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        An Account of Denmark, As it was in the Year 1692.

      1692 1692 - 4th edition, carefully revised. + An Account of Sueden, As it was in the Year 1688. Together with an Extract of the History of that Kingdom. 4th edition, with Additions. London: Tho. Longman 1738. [8] + XXIV + 432 pp. Clean and well-preserved copy on strong paper bound in one nice full leatherbinding with coloured label and goldlines on spine and boards. * Edvard Gibbon's copy; Gibbon mentions Lord Molesworth and his "State of Denmark" in his Autobiography.Robert Molesworth [1656-1725], English diplomat and author. 1689-92 he was envoy at the Danish court. In 1694 he published this book which contained strong criticism of the Danish monarchy, particularly the army, the church and the enslaved position of the people. [Den store danske encyklopædi / The Danish Encyclopedia]. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Opera philosophica. Editio ultima. Nunc denum hac editione diligenter recognita, & mendis expurgata. (4 Titel in 6 Teilen). Angebunden ein weiterer Titel von Rene Descartes: Tractatus de homine, et de formatione foetus. Quorum prior notis perpetuis...

      ...Ludovici de La Forge, M. D. illustratur. (Claudii Clerselier praefatio, Gallicae editioni praefixa, & in Latinum conversa). Lateinische Ausgabe. - 7 Teile (6 Teile "Opera philosophica" und 1 Teil "Tractatus de homine") in 1 Band., Mit zus. 1 gest. Portrait des Verfassers von Frans van Schooten, 6 Holzschnittdruckermarken (auf den Titelblättern) und zahlr. teils ganzseitigen Textholzschnitten. Enthält in den "Opera philosophica": 1. Principa philosophiae 2. Specimina philosophiae: seu Dissertatio de methodo recte regendae rationis, & veritatis in scientiis investigandae: Dioptrice et Meteora 3. Passiones animae 4. Meditationes de prima philosophia, in quibus dei existentia, & animae humanae a corpore distinctio, demonstrantur 5. Appendix, contines objectiones quintas et septimas in Renati Des Cartes Meditationes de prima philosophia, cum ejusdem ad illas responsionibus, & duabus epistolis, una ad Patrem Dinet (...) 6. Epistola Renati Des Cartes ad celeberrimum Virum D. Gisbertum Voetium. Einband berieben und bestoßen, etwas beschabt und leicht fleckig Kapitale mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen Rückengelenke teils angeplatzt und mit winzigen Bezugsfehlstellen Deckel mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen in den Ecken und Vorderdeckel auch mit wenigen winzigen Bezugsfehlstellen durch Wurmfraß Vorsätze etwas gebräunt und stark leimschattig vorderer Innendeckel mit kleiner Bezugsfehlstelle durch Wurmfraß Vordervorsatz etwas angerändert (winzige Randfehlstellen) die ersten 2 Blätter gering angerändert und am Kopf schwach wasserrandig teils etwas stockfleckig und leicht gebräunt wenige Lagen des letzten Titels ("Tractatus de homine") stärker stock- und braunfleckig sowie etwas gebräunt (Papierqualität in diesem Titel unterschiedlich) Seite 11 des 1. Teiles ("Principia philosophiae") etwas fleckig vereinzelt kleine Läsuren im weissen Rand zu Beginn des 2. Teiles ("Specimina philosophiae") 4 Seiten mit Kopierstiftanstreichungen und Marginalien Blatt S. 161/162 des letzten Teiles ("Tractatus de homine") mit repariertem Einriss (geringer Buchstabenverlust auf Seite 161) übermalter Besitzvermerk auf dem Vordervorsatz kleiner, teils übermalter Wappenstempel verso Titel des 1. Teiles ("Principia philosophiae").Die "Opera Philosophica" hier in der 2. bei Blaeu (Blaviana) erschienenen Ausgabe von 1692-1698 (vorher 1685) - frühere Ausgaben (1656 u.ö.) erschien bei Elzevier. Der "Tractatus de homine..." hier in der 1. lateinischen Clerselier-Edition von 1677 (insgesamt 3. lateinische Ausgabe - hier erstmals zusammen mit "De formatione foetus") - Clerselier hatte 1664 die erste französische Ausgabe dieser posthumen Veröffentlichung von Descartes herausgegeben (bei der vorliegenden Ausgabe von 1677 handelt es sich um eine lateinische Übersetzung dieser von Louis de La Forge kommentierten französischen Ausgabe). Zu "Tractatus de homine..." vgl. Garrison/Morton (5. ed.), 574 (zur Schuyl-Edition "De homine figuris..."): "Descartes considered the human body a material machine, directed by a rational soul located in the pineal body. This book was the first attempt to cover the whole field of animal physiology'".

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        Under Irrdische Goldgrub. Das ist Trewhertziger Bericht Von dem Zustand der armen Seelen im Fegfewr. Warumb, und wie denselben zu helffen, und sie auß ihren Peinen, und Qual zuretten. Von zehen gemeinisten Weegen Zum Fegfewr. Alles In fünfftzig kurtzen Discursen verfasset, mit underschidlichen Geschichten, und Historien bewehrt, so wol den Seelen-eifferigen Predig- und Pfarrherren, als anderen Geist- und Weltlichen, hoch- und nideren Personen sehr nutzlich, den abgeleibten, und Nothleydenden Seelen aber zu sonderm Trost vorgestelt [...].

      Zug, Karl Franz Haberer (gedruckt von Heinrich Reinhart Wyssing in Luzern), 1692. 4°. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. Mit Holzschn.-Vignetten u. -Initialen. 4 Bll., 545 S., 7 Bll. - Angeb. - Steil, Friedrich. Geistlicher Lust- Und Heyl-Brunn, Das ist: Auserlesene neue Predigen Auf alle Fest-Tage des Jahrs, In welchen sowol viele heilsam-springende Wasser-Röhre Biblischer Concepten, sinnreichen Sententzen deren Heil. Vättern; als anmuthigen Historien [...] erquicken [...]. Sulzbach, Johann Christoph Lochner, 1697. 8 Bll., 311 S., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel, dreiseitigem Farbschnitt u. vier Schließbändern. Sammelband mit zwei seltenen Predigtsammlungen; vermutlich jeweils in erster u. einziger Ausgabe. - Einband leicht bestoßen bzw. fleckig. Innendeckel m. zeitgen. Besitzvermerk. Titel u. Widmungsbl. des zweiten Titels m. seitlichem Ausriß durch. entf. Blattweiser. Gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Ad 1) VD17, 12:627572V; nicht bei Welzig. - Ad 2) VD17, 23:688269Z; nicht bei Welzig. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Suter, Under Irrdische Goldgrub. Das ist Trewhertziger Bericht Von dem Zustand der armen Seelen im Fegfewr. Warumb, und wie denselben zu helffen, und sie auß ihren Peinen, und Qual zuretten, Steil, Geistlicher Lust- Und Heyl-Brunn, Das ist: Auserlesene neue Predigen Auf alle Fest-Tage des Jahrs, Predigt, Predigten, Predigtsammlung, Predigtsammlungen, Predigtensammlung, Predigtensammlungen

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        Spicilegium antiquitatis sive variarum ex antiquitate elegantiarum vel nocis luminibus illustratarum vel recens etiam editarum fasciculi [...]. Berlin, Ulrich Liebpert, 1692.

      1692. Folio. (8), 167, (1) pp. With 11 engraved head- and tailpieces, 6 engr. initials, 101 engravings in the text (many half-page- or full-page-sized), and 5 engr. plates. Contemp. vellum with giltstamped spine label. First edition. - Beger was one of the greatest archaeologists and numismatists of his age (cf. ADB II, 271ff.). The fine, large engravings show coins, gems, inscriptions, reliefs, statues, etc. - Variously browned and brownstained. Front hinge beginning to split at bottom; old gnawing marks at edge of front cover. Half-title loosened; old library duplicate stamp on title page. Insignificant tear to edge of p. 87f. All depictions of nudity in the engravings have been censored by a contemporary owner, who covered the offensive portions of the image with inked aprons or cross-hatching. Altogether a good, wide-margined copy. VD 17, 1:071966T. Brunet I, 735. Ebert 1841a. Lipsius/Leitzmann 31. Dekesel (17) B 68. BL (German books) B 624. Banduri 97. Goldhahn 158. NUC 43, 510.

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        Historisch Theologischer Grund-Riß (Grundriß) Der alt- und jeweiligen Welt/ Bey Abbildung der alten und heutigen CHristlich-Catholischen Helvetia, und sonderbahr des alten Christlichen Zürichs

      Einsideln, Heinrich Ebersbach, 1692. Erster Theil 24 S., 1106 S. Fol., Ledereinband Titelkupferstich, guter Satz, breiter Spiegel, Bordüren, Kapitale gut, RS und letzten Seiten etwas wurmlöchrig, insges. gut bis sehr gut erhalten Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Shõzoku Zushiki. (Clothes of the Japanese Imperial Court). Two volumes. [Kyoto] Tomikura Tahe Kanko, 1692.

      1692 1692 - Lvs 32 + 31. With numerous illustrations throughout. Woodblock printed. As issued with double pages folded in the Japanese manner. Original blue blind pressed paper wrappers, title labels, worn. An important study of the history of the Japanese court costumes including illustrations of robes, caps, hats, belts, swords, fans, shoes, etc. First edition.Provenance: Belonged to Tanak Chiyo (1906-99), a famous fashion designer. In addition a stamp of Nihon Daigaku Kenkyujo (Nihon University). [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        L'Afrique

      Amsterdam 1692 - Grande e decorativa carta del continente, edita ad Amstredam alla fine del XVII secolo. Come indicato nel cartiglio, questo lavoro è basato sulla mappa dell'Africa di Nicolas Sanson del 1668, stampata su due fogli. Rispetto a quest'ultima, le coste africane, in particolare quelle subequatoriali, appaiono più accurate, e anche l'idrografia è modificata e arricchita. Jaillot sposò la figlia di Sanson ed ereditò la tipografia di famiglia, dedicandosi all'attività cartografica. Le sue lastre furono poi vendute e pubblicate da Pierre Mortier ad Amstredam. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, in buono stato di conservazione. Fine map of Africa with a decorative title and scale cartouche. Alexis-Hubert Jaillot (1632-1712), was a French cartographer. He joined the Sanson heirs and redrew Nicolas Sanson's maps on a larger scale. 'Atlas Nouveau' (1674), sea-atlas ' Le Neptune François' (1693). This plate is from the newly engraved Dutch counterfeited edition of the ' Atlas Nouveau', published by Pieter Mortier in Amsterdam. R. L. Betz "The Mapping of Africa " (2007), map 118; O. I. Norwich, "Norwich's Maps of Africa", map 46 Dimensioni 880 670mm

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        La place Navone

      Parigi 1692 - Veduta della città edita a Parigi da Pierre Aveline, allivo di Gabrielle Perelle, dal quale riprende molto la maniera di incidere. Lastra nella tiratura di Pierre Crepy, databile circa al 1730. La veduta fa parte di una serie dedicata a tutte le città del mondo. Acquaforte, lievo restauri ai margini bianchi, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Rara. Dimensioni 325 215mm

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        Prospetto del Castello e Ponte Sant'Angelo di Roma restaurato e abbellito con li Angeli e le ferrate da papa Clemente Nono dato in luce con la dimostratione dell'artificiosa Girandola l'anno 1773

      Roma 1692 - Splendida veduta, di formato orizzontale, di ponte e Castel S. Angelo con la Girandola. L'incisione fu pubblicata per la prima volta da Matteo Gregorio de Rossi nel 1692, e ristampata da Carlo Losi nel 1773. L’illustrazione commemora l’inaugurazione di ponte S.Angelo dopo l’abbellimento con dieci Angeli marmorei con strumenti della passione di Cristo, disegnati da Bernini ed eseguiti in collaborazione con i più noti scultori del tempo. Acquaforte, foxing occasionale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Beautiful horizontal-format view of Ponte and Castel S.Angelo with Girandola. The etching was published for the first time by Matteo Gregorio de Rossi, in 1692, and reprint by Carlo Losi in 1773. The work commemorates the restoration of the Ponte S. Angelo, with the statues of the Angels, designed by Bernini. Etching,occasional foxing, in very good condition. Dimensioni 670 447mm

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        [Complete set of counterproof plates of globe gores and calottes for a 3 5-foot diameter celestial globe]

      Hardcover. Near Fine. Folio [ca 40 x 25.5 cm, with folded sheets measuring 40 x 51.5 cm]. 48 engraved plates of celestial globe gores, 2 plates of the polar culottes, and 2 further plates of equatorial rings, horizon circles, etc. Bound in contemporary carta rustica, sheets untrimmed, housed in a purpose-made quarter-vellum box. An excellent copy. Exceedingly rare complete set of the counter-proof version of the engraved gores for Coronelli's 3.5-foot celestial globe. This issue is before the addition of the engraved captions and figures; it was intended to show the heavens as they would appear to an observer on earth, as opposed to the conventional celestial globe that represents the stars as seen on an imaginary sphere from the outside. This copy is in exceptional original condition: a set of untrimmed sheets in their original binding, exactly as they would be received by a globe maker. On 7 December 1692 Sr Carlo Malavista, in a lecture on the development of astronomy at the Accademia Fisico-Matematica in Rome, described Coronelli's globes as the most perfect yet produced. He ends his peroration with remarks on the difficulty of using a celestial globe. "Both these globes give to the eye the appearance of being equal, but they are not equally useful to the eyes of the mind, that is, the intelligence, because to express the earth on a globe can be very well done, because the earth is in the shape of a ball on which we walk. The sky on the other hand is the opposite of this. As we stand on the earth the sky is above us, and we observe it as concave and not convex." It was the accepted convention, as Malavista pointed out, to depict the heavens on a celestial globe as they would appear to an observer beyond the heavens. Malavista continued: "To make it easier to understand, the illustrious Giovanni Ciampini, Director of the Academy, has thought fit to have the celestial globe of Coronelli divided into two halves in concave form, so that the stars are seen in their proper location, agreeing with the way we look at them in the sky..." This is the first record in print of Coronelli's concave globes. When Coronelli issued in 1693 a new edition of the celestial globe with fewer names of constellations, he put the proposed innovation into practice by producing the globe in two versions, convex and concave. In Coronelli's account of his travels of 1696-97, Viaggi d'Italia in Inghilterra (1697), a 'Notice to the Public on the globes of Father Coronelli' is appended to vol. II (pp. 204-5). This reports that the celestial globes have been printed, some in convex forms, some in concave form, and that they have been made in this way, not through the mistake of the author, as some so knowledgeable people thought, but for their greater usefulness. The Accademia degli Argonauti made the same point in 1704: "critics construed as a mistake" what was done with the greatest erudition and for the use of our astronomers, namely that our Cosmographer engraved the celestial globe in concave and convex..." A mounted example of the gores for the "concave" globe is recorded in the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum' (Helen Wallis, preface to the facsimile edition of the Libro dei globi Venice 1693 (1701), Amsterdam 1(1969) p. ix. which omits 2 of the plates missing from the BL example reproduced here) This 'concave' version, as distinct from the more standard 'convex version,' was produced by counter-proofing the original plates, not by re-engraving them: A strongly inked impression of the 'convex version' would be made on a sheet of impermeable paper, and then a second impression immediately made from that sheet while the ink was still wet, so that the plate image is reversed. The final two plates in our copy are not part of the Libro dei globi but are added and appear to be pattern plates for globe makers.

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        Peloponneso oggi Morea, Conquistata dall'Armi della Serenis. Repub. Di Venezia

      Venezia 1692 - Carta geografica della Morea tratta dal Corso Geografico Universale di Coronelli. Incisione in rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. From "Corso Geografico Universale" by Coronelli, without text on verso. Engraved in Coronelli's flamboyant and unique style. Dimensioni 630 470mm

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        Nouveaux elemens de Geometrie ou De la Mesure du corps qui comprennent tout ce qu'Euclide en a enseigné : les plus belles Propositions d'Archimede & l'Analyse.

      Chez Andre Pralard, Paris 1692 - In-8. Relié plein cuir. Dos cinq nerfs, orné. Tranches jaspées. Gravure en frontispice. Titre orné vignette. (20+351 pages). Bandeaux, culs-de-lampe et nombreuses figures. Ex-libris manuscrit sur page de garde, date manuscrite en chiffre arabe sur page de titre. Coiffes arasées, dos frotté. Plats frottés, tâchés, griffés, épidermures. Néanmoins les cahiers ne sont pas déréglés. Quatre feuillets in fine avec traces de combustion sans atteinte au texte. Bel exemplaire en dépit de rousseurs éparses. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Complete set of counterproof plates of globe gores and calottes for a 3.5-foot diameter celestial globe].

      - 48 engraved plates of celestial globe gores, 2 plates of the polar culottes, and 2 further plates of equatorial rings, horizon circles, etc. Bound in contemporary carta rustica, sheets untrimmed, housed in a purpose-made quarter-vellum box. An excellent copy. Exceedingly rare complete set of the counter-proof version of the engraved gores for Coronelli¿s 3.5-foot celestial globe. This issue is before the addition of the engraved captions and figures; it was intended to show the heavens as they would appear to an observer on earth, as opposed to the conventional celestial globe that represents the stars as seen on an imaginary sphere from the outside. This copy is in exceptional original condition: a set of untrimmed sheets in their original binding, exactly as they would be received by a globe maker. On 7 December 1692 Sr Carlo Malavista, in a lecture on the development of astronomy at the Accademia Fisico-Matematica in Rome, described Coronelli¿s globes as the most perfect yet produced. He ends his peroration with remarks on the difficulty of using a celestial globe. ¿Both these globes give to the eye the appearance of being equal, but they are not equally useful to the eyes of the mind, that is, the intelligence, because to express the earth on a globe can be very well done, because the earth is in the shape of a ball on which we walk. The sky on the other hand is the opposite of this. As we stand on the earth the sky is above us, and we observe it as concave and not convex.¿ It was the accepted convention, as Malavista pointed out, to depict the heavens on a celestial globe as they would appear to an observer beyond the heavens. Malavista continued: ¿To make it easier to understand, the illustrious Giovanni Ciampini, Director of the Academy, has thought fit to have the celestial globe of Coronelli divided into two halves in concave form, so that the stars are seen in their proper location, agreeing with the way we look at them in the sky.¿ This is the first record in print of Coronelli¿s concave globes. When Coronelli issued in 1693 a new edition of the celestial globe with fewer names of constellations, he put the proposed innovation into practice by producing the globe in two versions, convex and concave. In Coronelli¿s account of his travels of 1696-97, Viaggi d¿Italia in Inghilterra (1697), a ¿Notice to the Public on the globes of Father Coronelli¿ is appended to vol. II (pp. 204-5). This reports that the celestial globes have been printed, some in convex forms, some in concave form, and that they have been made in this way, not through the mistake of the author, as some so knowledgeable people thought, but for their greater usefulness. The Accademia degli Argonauti made the same point in 1704: ¿critics construed as a mistake¿ what was done with the greatest erudition and for the use of our astronomers, namely that our Cosmographer engraved the celestial globe in concave and convex.¿ A mounted example of the gores for the ¿concave¿ globe is recorded in the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum¿ (Helen Wallis, preface to the facsimile edition of the Libro dei globi Venice 1693 (1701), Amsterdam 1(1969) p. ix. which omits 2 of the plates missing from the BL example reproduced here) This ¿concave¿ version, as distinct from the more standard ¿convex version,¿ was produced by counter-proofing the original plates, not by re-engraving them: A strongly inked impression of the ¿convex version¿ would be made on a sheet of impermeable paper, and then a second impression immediately made from that sheet while the ink was still wet, so that the plate image is reversed. The final two plates in our copy are not part of the Libro dei globi but are added and appear to be pattern plates for globe makers. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Cabinet de la bibliotheque de Sainte Genevieve. Divisé en deux parties. Contenant les Antiquités de la Religion des Chrétiens, des Egyptiens et des Romains, des tombeaux des poids et des médailles, des monnaies des pierres antiques gravées et des minéraux, des talismans, des lampes antiques, des animaux les plus rares et les plus singuliers, des Coquilles les plus considérables, des fruits étrangers et quelques plantes exquises.

      Dezallier, Paris 1692 - 2 parties en 1 vol. in-folio (45,2 x 29 cm) de (6)-224-(8) pp., 45 planches numérotées, 2 titres et 1 portrait gravés, veau granité, dos orné à nerfs, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, tranches jaspées (reliure de l'époque). Éditon originale illustrée de 2 titres frontispices, 2 vignettes, 1 portrait de l'auteur et 45 planches numérotées dont 5 sur double page - collation conforme à la table, le tout gravé par Frantz Ertinger. La plus belle description du cabinet de Sainte Geneviève établie par son procureur général le Père Claude Du Molinet (1620-1687) qui avait commencé dès 1660 à recueillir les éléments du cabinet définitivement installé en 1675 avec la bibibliothèque dans le but affirmé "d'être utile aux Sciences, aux Mathématiques, à l'Astronomie, à l'optique, à la géométrie et surtout à l'histoire soit naturelle, soit Antique, soit moderne". Par ailleurs vers 1671, les génovéfains avaient reçu en don une partie importante des collections de Peiresc et Du Molinet s'attacha particulièrement à leur description. « Du Molinet ne croit plus guère aux légendes qui s'attachaient à bon nombre de curiosités, mais ces curiosités sont toujours là, oiseaux de paradis, corne de licorne, caméléon, main de sirène : tout le répertoire et familier des cabinets de curiosités est présent et l'auteur se sent toujours obligé de rapporter les vieux récits, même s'il prend quelque distance. » (Schnapper). Bel exemplaire à grandes marges sur grand papier. Ex-libris J. B. surmonté d'un heaume. Restaurations discrètes. Catalogue Lacombe, 2460 ; Antoine Schnapper, Le Géant, la licorne et la tulipe. Les cabinets de curiosités en France au XVIIe siècle, p. 282.

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        The Young-Students-Library, Containing Extracts And Abridgment Of The Valuable Books Printed In England And The Forreign Journals From The Year Sixty Five, To This Time To Which Is Added A New Essay Upon All Sorts Of Learning: Wherein The Use Of The Scien

      John Dunton, London 1692 - pp. frontispiece, [xviii], 477, blank, [16 - Alphabetical table]. Original pitted calf with blind stamped decoration and later spine neatly integrated. An interesting work, handsomely bound in which is reviewed a number of books on a variety of subjects including Locks' philosophical essay on 'Human Understanding', Magelaillan's 'New Relation of China', Stanley's 'History of Philosophy' etc. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Horae Diurnae Breviarii Romani, Ex Decreto Sacro-Sancti Concilii Tridentini Restitutum, PII V. Pont. Max. jussu editum, & Clementis VIII. primum, nunc denuo Urbani PP.VIII. auctoritate recognitum

      Lugduni [Lyon]: Apud Petrum Valfray, 1692. Hardcover. Very Good. Hardcover. A late seventeenth century Latin liturgical book containing rites of the Catholic church, including prayers, hymns, readings, and notations for daily use. It includes a Commune Sanctorum, a collection of psalms, readings, and notes common to a category of saints. There is a ten page handwritten supplement in Latin bound in following the Commune Sanctorum, a handwritten small sheet tipped in between pages 386-387, and a clipping from another contemporary book affixed to back of title page. Bound in contemporary full leather with gilt ruling and ornaments to covers. Gilt decorated spine with five compartments. Chipping, bumping and a small crack to leather at lower edge of spine. Hinges are tender. Printed in black and red with small illustration to title page and two full page engravings. Missing free endpapers. Very good. Bookplate of previous owner affixed to front pastedown. 454 pages; Sanctorum: i-cxxx pages. REL/042415.

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        Prolegomena in Scripturam Sacram. Ubi...propositiones 26, 27 et 28 circa restrictiones mentales à Innocentio XI damnatae...exponuntur. Duo theologiae moralis Principes et ambo inse summo Venerabiles ob insignes et heroicas suas virtutes Frater Leander a Sanctissimo Sacramento et Pater Thomas Sanchez à quorumdam recentiorum calumnia vindicantur, et infallibilitas Summi Pontificis in definiendo ex Cathedra seorsim et independenter à Concilio Generali et Ecclesiae consensu accedente, adversus Illustrissimum Clerum Gallicanum et Gallicanae Ecclesiae libertatum vindices defensatur. Auctore P. Fr. Ioánne a S. Thoma, Navarro... Ordinis Discalceatorum S. S. Trinitatis.

      Salamanca: Salmanticae, apud Viduam Lucae Perez, 1692. 4to.; 12 hs., 456 pp. Encuadernación en pergamino, de la época.

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        Antiquitas Ecclesiae dissertationibus monumentis ac notis illustrata opera et studio. Tomus I: Continens opus chronologicum ac Caesaris imperio usque ad Iustiniani obitum. ... multaque Antiquitatis monimenta ad haec spectantia nunc primum ex MSS. Codicibus exhibentur, notis & variis lectionibus illustrantur. Tomus II: continens Opus Geographico-Hierarchicum. De Institutione Ecclesiarum per orbem universum à Christo, & Apostolis, ac Apostolorum Principe Petro, eiusque Successoribus Romanis Pontificibus facta. ... ex MSS. codicibus pro magna parte nunc primum erutae Dissertationibus, Appendice, & monumentis Geographicis illustrantur. Opus posthumum

      Romae (Rome), Typis Sacrae Congregationis de Propaganda Fide, 1692-1697. 2 vols. Folio (33,5x23 cm). Vol.1: Contemporary vellum with morocco title-label, edges painted. Vol. 2: Contemporary calf, spine richly gilt in compartments, with ribbons, with morocco title-label (covers sl. spotted and discolored). Vol. I: xxxii,652 (p.497-652: Appendix),(xviii: Index),(ii: Errata) and (ii inserted improved ! Errata) pp. Vol. II: xxxviii,(ii),904 pp. (p. 493-792: Appendix, p. 793-904: Index, printed in 3 columns). Printed in 2 columns. With 3 engraved vignettes, engraved plate (medals), woodcut in text (coin) and folding genealogical table. Convent-stamp on title vol. I and stamps on fly-leaf vol. II; a few sl.brown spots, some pages sl. browned, but in all a fine set. Different old ownership-inscriptions. Not uniformly bound: vellum and leather but bindings in fine condition. DACL Leclercq, T.IX,451: "on y rencontre d'excellentes etudes, particulièrement en Tome II, telles les dissertations II et III (reproduites par Rocaberti). La pièce principale du Tome I est une dissertation 'de antiquis romanorum pontificum catalogis ex quibus Liber Pontificalis concinnatus fuit et de Libri Pontificalis auctore et praesantia', précédant l'édition en 3 colonnes parallèles du catalogue libérien, de l'abrégé félicien (texte du Vat. Reg. 1127, avec des variantes Paris 1451) et du texte complet (jusqu'à Felix IV) du Liber Pontificalis (d'après l'édition de Mayence)".

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        La Morée et les isles de Zante, Cefalonie, S.te Maure, Cerigo &c.

      1692. Incisione in rame, colorata d'epoca ai confini, mm 560x850. Bel cartiglio in basso a sin. che al centro riporta il Leone veneto circondato da dodici piante di fortezze del Peloponneso. Sanson è il fondatore della moderna cartografia francese; alla fine della sua dinastia le lastre vennero acquisite da JaillotOttimo esemplare che presenta qualche macchia ed una lieve stampa in controparte del colore ossidato.

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        MÜNCHEN. - Gnadenbild. - Herzogspital., "Wahre Abbildung der Schmertzhafft- und Wunderthettige Mueter Gottes ... bey dem Herzog Spittal in München" usw. Bekrönte Ganzfigur der Mutter Gottes mit Schwert, Sternennimbus und Engelweisung, darüber der Kruzifixus. Sie stehen in einer "mit Goldt und Marmor kostbahr geziehrten" Altararchitektur, die "die Churfürstl. Gnedigiste Herrschafften Maximilian Emmanuel und dero Frau Gemahlin Maria Antonia ... aufsezen lassen den 28. Merzen Ao. 1692." Unten die Inschrift.

      Kupferstich von Michael Wening, dat. 1692, 65 x 36 cm. Nicht bei Maillinger und Lentner. - Sorgfältig mit altem Bütten angerändert. Schöner, gleichmäßiger Druck. - Extrem selten! Heiligenbilder, Andachtsbilder, Gnadenbilder, München, Oberbayern, Wallfahrtsorte

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        Miscellaneous Essays: by Monsieur St. Evremont. Translated out of French. With a Character, by a Person of Honour here in England [i.e., Knightley Chetwood]. Continued by Mr. Dryden

      London: John Everingham, 1692. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH. [16], 376pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary calf, rebacked, new endpapers. Very good. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH. [16], 376pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Dryden contributed the last half of the "Character." A second volume of Essay appeared two years later. Saint-Evremont (1613-1703) was exiled in 1663 for criticizing Mazarin's treaty with Spain (1659) and spent the rest of his life in the English courts of Charles II, James II, and William III. "A man of sceptical and epicurean temperament, one of the most distinguished of the 'libertins', he wrote with light, sober, witty elegance short disquisitions on many subjects, literary and other, and his literary criticism had considerable influence in England, where he was on intimate terms with courtiers such as Buckingham and writers such as Hobbes, Waller, and Cowley ... " - Oxford Companion to French Literature. He is buried in Westminster Abbey. Macdonald 137(1)

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        Summa diversorum tractatuum, in quibus quamplurimæ vniuersi iuris selectiores, methodicæ, practicæ, ac decisiuæ conclusiones circa iudicia, contractus, vltimas voluntates, & delicta, ad forum sæculare, ecclesiasticum, & consientiæ spectantes, ordine alphabetico ad instar vberrimi repertorii habentur . Tomus primus [-quartus] .

      Venetiis, apud Paulum Balleonium 1692 - 4 volumi in fol.,Vol. 1: pp. [16], 510, [62], 150, [2]; Vol.2: pp. 4, 463, 69, 178 ; Vol. 3: pp. 4, 448, 66, 116 . Vol. 4: pp. 442, 46; 12, 200, 40. Marca sul front. del v. 1; sui front. dei v. 2-4;nei fregi presenti agli inizi dei singoli libri. Marca editoriale Un'aquila bicipite con una corona tra le due teste; al centro uno stemma con le iniziali PB intrecciate simmetricamente. Editio veneta, innumeris accessionibus à Guido Antonio Sabello I.C. Auctoris filio diligenter collectis, & sparsim hoc signo [mano] notatis, locupletata. Rilegatura coeva in t. pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Vari interventi di restauro ai piatti. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 1200 euro.

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        Ducatus Cliviae Pars':.

      - Kupferstich v. Nicolas Person aus Quotidiani Martis Labores . b. Nicolas Person in Mainz, 1692, 18 x 27,5 Meurer, Das Festungsbuch des Nicolas Person, Nr. 38. - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Hünxe-Drevenack, Emmerich / Griethausen / Kleve, Goch-Gaesdonck und Kamp-Lintfort. - Die Städte Kleve, Emmerich, Rees, Wesel, Rheinberg, Alpen, Xanten, Kalkar und Goch mit Befestigungsplänen. - Unten mittig Titelkartusche. - Seltene Karte!

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        Instruction familière sur les pières communes & publiques du Matin & du soir.

      Paris André Pralard Format: 12° [18] 267 [3] S Mit kleiner Holzschnitt-Titelvignette Weinrot-brauner geglätteter Maroquinband der Zeit über 4 Bünden mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung Deckel mit dreifacher Filetenvergoldung und großen Eckfleurons Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung sowie dreiseitigem Goldschnitt Kapital mit kaum sichtbarer Abschürfung Gelenke leicht von oben eingerissen kaum beschabt minimal bestoßen 1692 - In keiner Bibliothek weltweit nachweisbar*** Erste Ausgabe. Prachtvoll gebundenes Exemplar eines außergewöhnlich seltenen französischen Gebetbuchs mit Anleitung zur christlichen Religionsausübung in der Familien mit Morgen- wie Abendgebeten: "Quoyqu'on ait déja donné plusieurs Formules des Prières publiques & communes qu'on peut faire au matin & au soir dans les familles chrestiennes, on a crû toutefois pouvoir encore publier celles-ci comme étant plus en ordre & plus instructives que celles qui ont parû jusques-ici". Herausgegeben wurde das Büchlein von dem Pariser Schriftsetzer und Drucker Pierre Aubouyn (1640?-1712) mit der Approbation "De Monsieur Courcier Docteur de la Maison & Société de Sorbonne, Chanoine & Théologal de Paris" (datiert am 8. April 1690) sowie mit weiteren Genehmigungen von Geistlichen der theologischen Fakultät der Sorbonne (Blampignon de S. Médéric, Presdeseigle de Sens, L. Hideux des SS. Innocens, L. Ellies Dupin, Professeur Royal). Der reizende Einband aus geglättetem weinroten Maroquin ist am Rücken mit leuchtendem floralen Goldstempeln geprägt und zeigt auf den Deckeln zwei konzentrische Rechteckfelder jeweils aus dreifachen Goldfileten mit feinsten Eckfleurons. Gegen Anfang und Ende leicht leimschattig, sonst kaum fleckig. Das Exemplar ist durchgehend sauber mit roter Tinte regliert. In keiner Bibliothek der Welt über KVK und auch nicht im Worldcat nachzuweisen – äußerst selten. Nicht bei Barbier und Goldsmith. Erste Ausgabe. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Epistolae omnes, partim ab auctore latino sermone Conscriptae, partim cum Responsis Doctorum Virorum ex Gallico translatae: In quibus omnis generis quaestiones philosophicae tractantur...

      Knochii, 1692. 3 voll., in 8°, m. pelle, cc.nn. 4 + pp. 340 + 2 cc.nn. (1° vol.) + cc.nn. 2 + pp. 351 + 2 cc.nn. (2° vol.) + cc.nn. 8 + pp. 374, i volumi sono arricchiti da numerose piccole inc. schematiche nel t. Front. fig. Antip. del primo vol. con ricca inc. raffigurante l'autore. Mende ai dorsi.

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        Iunan, Queicheu, e Quangsi Provincie della China. Yunnan, Guizhou and Guangxi.

      Venice: 1692 - Copper engraving. Later colouring. Size: 60.5 x 45 cm. Fine condition A beautiful map with decorative cartouche and decorated scale. The map also bears the name of Padoani, Dom., who sold maps for Coronelli in Venice.

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        OPUS MERLINI COCAII poetae mantuani Macaronicoum. Totium in pristinam formam per me Magistrum Acquarium Lodolam optimo redactum, in his infra notatis titulis divisum. Zanitonella, quae de amore Tonellli erga Zaninam tractat. Phantasiae Macaroncon, divisum in viginti quinque Macaronicis,. Moscheae Facetus liber in tribus partis divisus. Libellus Epistolarum & Epigrammatum.

      Abraham van Somerem,, Amsterdam [ma Napoli], 1692 - in-8, pp. (32), 419, (4), bella leg. p. pelle coeva con tripla cornice oro ai piatti, fregi, nervi e tass. al d. Magnifica ediz. in bel carattere ed elegantemente impressa. Ritr. del Folengo inc. in rame in antip. Fregi e final. xilogr. Con 25 belliss. vignette in rame a m. pag. Contiene alcune delle opere più significative dell’A.: Zanitonella, Maccheronee, Moscheide, Epistole ed Epigrammi, da cui traspare l’ironico e inconfondibile stile del poeta mantovano, monaco benedettino (Mantova 1491 - Campese di Bassano 1544). Picc. dif. alla cerniera del piatto ant. Parenti p. 18. Graesse II, 608. Belliss. esempl. su carta finissima in barbe. [059]

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        Arithmétique pratique et raisonnée, où l'on void la manière de se servir utilement des nombres, pour régler tous les comptes qui conviennent aux fermiers généraux & particuliers; aux traitans, aux marchands, aux banquiers, aux ingénieurs, aux toiseurs, aux arpenteurs, &c.

      Paris, Chardon, 1692. ____ Le mathématicien bourguignon Claude Irson était "juré teneur de livres pour l'ordre et l'examen, la vérification et liquidation de toutes sortes de comptes". Ses ouvrages sont importants pour l'histoire de la comptabilité à partie double. C'est à lui qu'on doit l'emploi du mot "Bilan' qui remplaça le mot "Balance" pour caractériser les situations comptables annuelles. C'est ici un traité d'arithmétique appliquée. Publié pour la première fois sous le titre d' "Arithmétique universelle" (1674), cette dernière édition est la plus étendue, et ne sera suivie que d'un abrégé. Bon exemplaire. *****. In-4. [250 x 180 mm] Collation : (14) pp., 1 tabl. dépl. 557, (2) pp. Veau, dos à nerfs orné, filets d'encadrement sur les plats, tranches marbrées. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Traité historique des monnoyes de France, avec leurs figures, depuis le commencement de la Monarchie jussqu'à présent. Augmenté d'une dissertation historique sur quelques monnoyes de Charlemagne, de Louis le Debonnaire, de Lothaire & de leurs successeurs, frappées dans Rome

      1692. A Amsterdam chez Pierre Mortier 1692, In-4 plein veau de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs trés orné, piéce de titre de maroquin rouge, tranches rouges. 12 pages pour la préface, xxxvi pages pour "PROLEGOMENES SERVANT D'INTRODUCTION AU TRAITE HISTORIQUE DES MONNOYES DE FRANCE", + 331 pages pour le TRAITE + 12 pages pour la table des matiéres et enfin 204 pages pour la DISSERTATION HISTORIQUE. Bien complet du fronspice. 59 planches en hors texte d'une trés belle qualité d'impression et nombreuses figures dans le texte. Contient également une TABLE CONTENANT ANNEE PAR ANNEE LES PRIX DU MARC D'OR ET D'ARGENT DEPUISL'AN 1144, LE NOM DES ESPECES, LEUR LOY, LEUR POIDS ET LEUR VALEUR. Petit manque de cuir en queue, frontispice et page de titre brunis en bords avec un manque de papier au frontispice, néanmoins trés bon exemplaire pour cet ouvrage de référence en numismatique.

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        Historia Salisburgensis. Hoc est, Vitae Episcoporum, Et Archiepiscoporum Salisburgensium; Nec non Abbatum Monasterij S. Petri ibidem. Ac Quae Per Illos Ab Anno Domini 582. per XI. continua saecula, usque ad annum 1687. gesta fuere, Historica Relatione Proposita. Intermixtis insuper Rebus memorabilibus, quae illorum temporibus passim in Orbe Terrarum contigerunt.

      Salisburgi, Mayr,1692. 31 x 22 cm. [20] Bl., 1278 S., [28] Bl. Original Pappband der Zeit mit R

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        Some Considerations of the Consequences of the Lowering of Interest

      1692. First Edition . [LOCKE, John]. Some Considerations of the Consequences of the Lowering of Interest, and Raising the Value of Money. London: Printed for Ansham and John Churchill, 1692. Small octavo (3-3/4 by 6 inches), 19th-century three-quarter brown calf gilt, raised bands, brown morocco spine labels, marbled boards. $15,000.First edition of Locke’s important economic tract, “one of the scarcest and also one of the most important of his writings on mercantile and monetary theory” (AMEX Bank Library 269).After the Revolution Settlement of 1688, the question of lowering the rate of interest was topical: many London merchants wanted cheap money and Locke was thus prompted to look at his ‘old essay’ and prepare it for publication under the title Some Considerations of the Consequences of the Lowering of Interest. “Locke controverts the view of Sir Josiah Child that the rate of interest could be fixed at a low rate, say 4 percent, by law. Locke, though ready to approve of a legal rate of 6 percent, argues that ‘generally speaking’ the price of the hire of money cannot be fixed by law; and that any attempt to fix the rate of interest below ‘the true and natural value’ can only harass trade and is sure to be defeated by the devices of expert traders” (Palgrave II:632-33). “The reasoning exhibited… gave Locke a permanent place among the founders of political economy. Locke showed conclusively the fallacy of [Secretary to the Treasury] Lowndes’ schemes for altering the standard, and the bill passed in April 1696 for the restoration of the coinage was in substantial accordance with Locke’s principles” (AMEX Bank Library 271). In Locke’s “magnificently hard-money discussion,” he “superbly put his finger on the supposed function of the Mint: to maintain the currency as purely a definition, or standard of weight of silver” (Rothbard, Economic Thought befoe Adam Smith, 321-22). “Locke’s writings on money and his arguments against devaluation have almost been regarded as gospels for ‘sound money’ men” (Li, Great Recoinage of 1696-9:104-5). The first edition of Some Considerations was published anonymously, but subsequent editions bore Locke’s name. This copy Yolton State A, bound without page 193 (errata). Attig 494. Kress 1792. Goldsmiths 2941. Wing L2760. ESTC R23025. OCLC lists 27 copies in institutions, including Harvard, Princeton, Cambridge, Yale and Columbia. Interior quite clean, front joint a bit tender. Quite rare.

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        Silesia Inferiore, Dedicata Dal P. Cosmografo Coronelli, All'Illustri

      - Kolorierter Kupferstich v. Vicenzo Maria Coronelli aus Corso Geografico Universale ., 1692-1694, 45 x 60 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. S. 132. - Zeigt Niederschlesien. - Oben links

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        Les Avantures de Jacques Sadeur dans la découverte et le voiage de la Terre Australe. Contenant les coutumes & les moeurs des Australiens...

      Paris: Claude Barbin, 1692. Octavo, in contemporary mottled calf, spine panelled in gilt; fine armorial bookplate on front pastedown. A revised edition, prepared by François Raguenet, possibly from a manuscript by Foigny himself. The dangerously heretical nature of the first edition has been tempered here by concentrating on the fabulous rather than the social and political.One of the earliest and best of all imaginary voyages to Australia, Foigny's book refers to the inhabitants of his Terre Australe as "Australiens" - the first time that the term was used to describe an inhabitant of the southern continent.Foigny (c.1650-1692) had a turbulent life. A promising career as a Franciscan monk was scotched by his 'licentious behaviour' and he was forced to flee to Geneva and Protestantism. The narrative purports to be the dying gift of the sailor Sadeur to an anonymous narrator. Twice kidnapped and four times shipwrecked, Sadeur only survives when he is plucked from the sea by a gigantic winged monster which fortuitously drops him on the shores of Western Australia. Ashore, his luck continues: as an hermaphrodite himself (the Jesuit priests called him male as a convenience) Sadeur is especially acceptable to the hermaphroditic, asexual society that he discovers. The Australians' utopian rejection of the body is responsible for their society's rationality and harmony. In this world Sadeur's curiosity and levity about the topic is considered very de trop, yet worse his 'propensity to unseemly arousal' (Rees).As in many imaginary voyages - Swift's Houhnyhyms, and their debates about the extermination of the Yahoos represent perhaps the best known example - the perfection of the community tolerates no impurities. Thus, the otherwise detached Australians are involved in a brutal war of annihilation with the Fundian 'half-men': crucially, Sadeur cannot stomach the war, a fact only complicated when 'bored by decades of sexless bliss, rational discussions and indoctrinations, athletic exercises and peaceful gardening ... [Sadeur] falls for a female among the enemy' (Friederich).This important work, which combines several major traditions, is 'a major utopia, rich in satire and iconoclasm' (Gibson) and presents a narrative response to the strict regimentation of the utopia, particularly in the context of the Pacific (Spate comments: 'in part at least a send-up of Quiros').Although relatively more common than the 1676 and 1701 editions, this is still a very rare work on the market. Title slightly stained but a good copy, front flyleaf removed.

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        Mosellae et Rheni Confluxus. - Moguntiae - Person exc. - A 19':.

      - Kupferstich v. Nicolas Person aus Quotidiani Martis Labores . b. Nicolas Person in Mainz, 1692, 18 x 27,5 Meurer, Das Festungsbuch des Nicolas Person, Nr. 23. - Zeigt den Mosellauf von Treis bis zur Mündung in den Rhein und den Rheinlauf von Kaub bis Unkel. - Seltene Karte!

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        Gesamtansicht rheinabwärts gesehen; links die Pfalz; rechts Kaub und der Gutenfels ('Die Pfaltz n. Person exc. - A 15').

      - Kupferstich v. Nicolas Person aus Quotidiani Martis Labores . b. Nicolas Person in Mainz, 1692, 18 x 27,5 Meurer, Das Festungsbuch des Nicolas Person, Nr. 19. - Zeigt eine Ansicht vom Rhein auf die Pfalz und auf Kaub mit Gutenfels. - Seltene Ansicht!

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        Mosellae et Rheni Confluxus. - Moguntiae - Person exc.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Nicolas Person aus Quotidiani Martis Labores . b. Nicolas Person in Mainz, 1692, 18 x 27,5 Meurer, Das Festungsbuch des Nicolas Person, Nr. 40 (1. Ausgabe - ohne die Nummer oben rechts) - Zeigt den Mosellauf von Treis bis zur Mündung in den Rhein und den Rheinlauf von Kaub bis Unkel. - Seltene Karte!

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        Le cuisinier royal et bourgeois, qui apprend à ordonner toute sorte de repas, e la meilleure maniere des ragouts les plus à la mode e le plus exquis. Ouvrage tres utile dans les familles, e singulierement necessaire à tous maitres à hotels, e ecuiers de cuisine. Seconde edition, revue e augmentée. A Paris, chez Charles de Sercy, 1693 (Colophon: de l'imprimerie de Laurent Rondet, 1692)

      Charles de Sercy, 1692. in-12, pp. (20), 505, (46), leg. in p. vitello, titolo e ricchi fregi in oro al dorso a nervetti (cerniera ant. Fessurata). Impresa sul frontespizio, fregi e iniz. xilogr. Seconda edizione, rarissima, del libro di cucina più importante di Massialot. Pubblicato per la prima volta nel 1691, ebbe numerose edizioni e fu considerato autore fondamentale per la compilazione delle successive opere gastronomiche e per lo sviluppo dei ristoranti. La prima parte comprende modelli di menu distribuiti secondo le stagioni e pranzi realmente preparati dall'autore, mentre la seconda presenta per la prima volta le ricette proposte per ordine alfabetico, costituendo de facto un prodromo dei dizionari di cucina. Innovativi sono l'introduzione delle essenze nella preparazione dei fondi da cucina e l'utilizzo nelle ricette del cioccolato, fino ad allora considerato soltanto come bevanda. Ottimo esemplare, malgrado qualche fioritura e strappo al margine del ff. T2, con perdita di poche lettere; antico timbro con monogramma al frontesp.

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        Regno et Isola di Sicilia

      1692. "Carta geografica tratta dalla PRIMA EDIZIONE dell'atlante ""Accuratissima e nuova delineazione del Regno di Napoli con le sue provincie distinte"" edito da Antonio Bulifon. L'opera, interamente disegnata da Francesco Cassiano de Silva, è il primo atlante geografico interamente concepito, disegnato ed inciso a Napoli e rapprsenta il primo atlante sul Regno di Napoli. L'atlante è dedicato a Cosimo III de' Medici e stampato per la prima volta a Napoli nel 1692; una successiva edizione, postuma, viene curata dal nipote Luigi e stampata nel 1734 con il titolo Carte de' Regni di Napoli e di Sicilia. Una terza stesura viene pubblicata nel 1788. Esemplare nel secondo stato di tre, con il cartiglio vuoto, come nel primo stato, ma con diversa cornice decorativa. La modifica del cartiglio, rispetto alla prima tiratura, ha comportato qualche riposizionamento delle lettere dei testi, come per la E di MARE e la A di Grecia, nel mare Jonio; oppure la perdita di qualche lettera. Incisione in rame, intagliata da Cassiano da Silva, finemente colorata a mano, in eccellente stato di conservazione." "Nice map of Sicily taken from the first edition of the ""Accuratissima e nuova delineazione del Regno di Napoli con le sue provincie distinte"" published by Antonio Bulifon. The work, planned by Francesco Cassiano de Silva, is the first geographic atlas entirely planned, drawn and engraved in Naples and represents the first atlas about the Neapolitan Kingdom. The atlas is dedcated to Cosimo III de' Medici and printed in 1692; there is a postumous edition, edited by the nephew Luigi, and printed in 1734 with the title "" Carte de' Regni di Napoli e di Sicilia"". A third edition was published in 1788. Example in the second state, of three, with the right cartouche empty. Copperpalte, engraved by Cassiano da Silva, finely hand coloured, in excellent condition." Napoli Naples Valerio - Spagnolo , Sicilia 1477-1861, n. 146 p. 324 322 218

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        Giornale de Letterati del M.DC.XCII (1692) e primo di Modona.

      per gli eredi Cassiani, 1692. Ad ad'instanza de'Cozzi, e Capponi stampatori vescovali.In 8°; 12 fascicoli per un totale di pp. (10), 446 con 4 tavole di cui 2 ripiegate; cartonato editoriale coevo.Incisione calcografica al frontispizio raffigurante il recto e il verso di una medaglia (Franciscus II P. P. Margarita Farnensis e Felicitas Temp.).Il volume contiene:1 tavola ripiegata raffigurante i pozzi1 tavola illustrante un problema sollevato da Galileo1 tavola ripiegata illustrante parassiti (vermi) dei cani1 tavola raffigurante le 3 lune apparse contemporanemente in cielo la notte del 22 aprile 1691OTTIMO STATO DI CONSERVAZIONE.Segnaliamo che uno dei precedenti prorpietari ha apposto la nota seguente: "dopo l'ultima carta ne mancano probabilmente alcune altre".Rarissimo.

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        Le cuisinier royal et bourgeois, qui apprend à ordonner toute sorte de repas, e la meilleure maniere des ragouts les plus à la mode e le plus exquis.

      Ouvrage tres utile dans les familles, e singulierement necessaire à tous maitres à hotels, e ecuiers de cuisine. Seconde edition, revue e augmentée. A Paris, chez Charles de Sercy, 1693 (Colophon: de l'imprimerie de Laurent Rondet, 1692), - in-12, pp. (20), 505, (46), leg. in p. vitello, titolo e ricchi fregi in oro al dorso a nervetti (cerniera ant. Fessurata). Impresa sul frontespizio, fregi e iniz. xilogr. Seconda edizione, rarissima, del libro di cucina più importante di Massialot. Pubblicato per la prima volta nel 1691, ebbe numerose edizioni e fu considerato autore fondamentale per la compilazione delle successive opere gastronomiche e per lo sviluppo dei ristoranti. La prima parte comprende modelli di menu distribuiti secondo le stagioni e pranzi realmente preparati dall'autore, mentre la seconda presenta per la prima volta le ricette proposte per ordine alfabetico, costituendo de facto un prodromo dei dizionari di cucina. Innovativi sono l'introduzione delle essenze nella preparazione dei fondi da cucina e l'utilizzo nelle ricette del cioccolato, fino ad allora considerato soltanto come bevanda. Ottimo esemplare, malgrado qualche fioritura e strappo al margine del ff. T2, con perdita di poche lettere; antico timbro con monogramma al frontesp. Livres en bouche 117 (I ediz.). Vicaire, 574. Menell, All Manners of Food pp. 74-5: ''The social connotations of food were being made more and more explicit: not only was anything reminiscent of rusticity and the food of the peasants to be avoided, but the court and the 'best circles' were offered as models to be copied. The growing sense of ''good taste,'' national pride, and deference to the court as the fount of all fashion are all evident' (Mennell). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LES MONTAGNES DES ALPES OU SONT REMARQUES LES PASSAGES DE FRANCE EN ITALIE. LE DUCHE' DE MILAN ET LES ESTATS DU DUC DE SAVOYE ETC.

      1692. La carta rappresenta la parte nord ovest dell'Italia settentrionale. Questo esemplare mette in evidenza quelle che sono le caratteristiche principali delle mappe francesi rispetto a quelle olandesi e tedesche, dalle quali si distinguono per la maggior cura dedicata al disegno ed alle decorazioni dei cartigli. Prorpio l'eleganza tecnica di queste carte fece sì che le stesse mappe fossero esportate e copiate nei paesi vicini fino all'inizio del XVIII sec.Bibliografia: Motta, p. 7; Arrigoni-Bertarelli n. 868; Colombo-Rondanini-GRSD, p. 40. Aliprandi, vol. I, p. 183.

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        Biblia, Das ist: Die gantze Schrifft, Altes und Neues Testaments Teutsch, Doctor Martin Luthers. Auff gnädigste Verordnung Dess... Fürsten und Herrn Ernst, Herzogen zu Sachsen... Von etlichen Reinen Theologen dem eigentlichen Wort-Verstand nach, erkläret, ... Neben den christlichen Haupt-Symbolis, mit beygedruckt ... ein kurtzer ... Bericht von der Augspurgischen Confession.

      Nürnberg, Johann Andreae Endtners Seel. Söhne, 1692. Folio. (46 x 30 cm.). Contemp. full calf. Wear to top of spine. 2 compartments with old repairs. A closed tear to foot of spine. Remains of old gilting and title on spine. Spine rubbed. With 3 (of 4) clasps and catches in brass. Engraved titel and printed title in red/black. (38),(22),(66),686,950,(18) pp. A few brownspots on the first leaves. A dampstain in lower margin of the last 5 leaves. A few leaves in beginning and at end a bit frayed in right margins. A few leaves with loss of blank in margin. Internally in general clean and fine. With in all 42 engraved plates (incl. general title and portrait of Luther) and 1 engraved coat of arms (portraits, apostles, plates, parttitles, plans, map etc.). A few plates with dampstains to margins. This so-called "Weimerer-Bibel" or "Ernestinische Bibel" was first printed in 1641 and ran through 13 editions up to 1792.

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