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2008-12-02 04:58:43
Beger, Lorenz [Begero, Laurentio] [Begeri, Laurentii]
Coloniae Brandenburgicae: Typis Ulrici Liebperti, Electoralis Typographi, 1692. [2], 6, 168pp. Other titles bound in same volume **Ulysses Sirenes Praetervectus, ex Delineatione Pighiana, Subjectis Aliisquibusdam de Ulysse Antiquitatibus Dialogo (1703) Coloniae Brandenburgicae, Typis Ulrici Liebperti, 24pp. **Poenae Infernales Ixionis, Sisyphi, Ocni et Danaidum, ex Delineatione Pighiana defumtae et Dialogo (1703) Coloniae Marchicae, Ulricum Liebpertum, 22pp. **Alcestis Promarito Moriens, et Vitae ab Hercule Restituta. Ex Manuscripto, Quod inter Regio-Electoralia Branden burgica Asserauter, Pighiano, Publici Juris Fecit et Dialogo (1703) Coloniae Brandenburgicae, Ulrici Liebperti, 27pp. **De Nummis Cretensium Serpentiferis Disquisitio Antiquaria, Qua Cretensium Ab Asia, Asiaticorumque a' Serpentibus Credita Origo Adstruitur...(1702) Coloniae Marchicae, Ulrici Liebperti, 35pp. **Colloquii Quorundam de Tribus Primis Thesauri Antiquitatum Graecarum Voluminibus as Eorum Authorem Relatio...(1702) 31pp. **Examen Dubiorum Quorundam...(1604) Berolini, Ulrici Liebperti, 15pp + 1. ANCIENT MYTHOLOGY, EARLY NUMISMATICS, etc. ENGRAVINGS THROUGHOUT. Bound in leather, raised bands on spine, marbled endpapers. Covers detached, front cover spilt, book bowed,, leather flaking. Interior is in Very Good Condition with BINDING TIGHT.. Hard Cover. Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Ex-Library.
Bookseller: Monroe Bridge Books, MARIAB Member
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2008-11-24 14:49:16
Hostus [Hostius Hosto Hosti], Matthaeus [Matthaei]; Adam [Adamus] Rechenberg. [Joannis Seldeni (i.e. Alessandro Sardi), Philippi Labbe, Guilielmi Budaei].
Amstelodami, [Amsterdam] Peter Le Clert, 1692.. Three parts in one volume. Octavo (205 x 180mm). Pp. (xxxii), 368, (viii); (xxii), 274; 275-638 (i.e. 538), (vi). (Numerous errors in pagination. Tome I, pp. 369-372 misbound; Tome III, pp. 451-537 misnumbered 551-637; pp. 568-569, 572-573 blank.) Plus engraved frontispiece portrait of Matthaeus Hostus chipped at corner with slight loss to background, skilfully restored on mount. Folding tables. Title-page printed in red and black, list of contents printed on verso. Woodcut device to title. Large, illustrated woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials; occasionally slight browning. Hardcover, bound in handsome modern vellum, lettering to spine, sprinkled edges. A fine copy. Crisp interior exceptionally well preserved, attractive binding. ~ First part, complete in itself, of the collective work, "Tractatuum series". This part is entirely made up of the works of Matthaeus Hostius, which are divided into three tomes, having each a separate title-page. First Tome contains 5 books (or parts); Second Tome contains 3 books; Third Tome contains 10 books. Each of the 18 books has a separate title-page. The "Tractatuum series" contains the following works: I. Matthaei Hosti: Historica antiquitas: Rei nummariae, Mensurarum, Ponderum, &c. in tres tomos distincta; II: Joannis Seldeni (i.e. Alessandro Sardi): Liber de nummis; III: Philippi Labbe: Bibliotheca nummaria; IV: Guilielmi Budaei: De asse & partibus eius libri V; Cum indicibus locupletissimis. Matthaeus Host (1509-1587). Adam Rechenberg (1642-1721). Alessandro Sardi (1520-1588). Gu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague
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2008-11-21 12:36:56
Rossi, Giovanni Giocomo & Domenico de:
Rome, c. 1692. Copper engraving, two sheets which can be joined, each 43 x 57.5 cms, engraved after Cantelli da Vignola by A.Barbey, black and white, blank verso. Trimmed to neatline. From Mercurio geografico, an unusual and finely engraved work. Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2008-11-21 12:36:56
Rossi, Giovanni Giocomo & Domenico de:
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2008-11-19 16:32:02
Gregoire Le Grand
Hilaire Baritel, 1692-01-01. leatherbound. Good. (OE31) - Lyon - Contiene 7(h) más 540 páginas - Grabado en la portada - Encuadernado en cuero completo con relieves en el lomo - Cantos pintados - Hojas presentan leves manchas de óxido - Lomo levemente desgastado - Buen estado
Bookseller: LIBROS EL CID CAMPEADOR [Santiago de Chile, (.), Chile]
2008-11-18 19:00:25
Vaillant, Joannem [Jean].
Paris, Joannis Jombert, 1692. Two volumes bound in one. Crown quarto (260x200 mm). Volume I: Two parts. Pp. (x), 188; 189-256, (16). With 87 engravings of coins, obverse and reverse; Volume II: (iv), 397, (33). With 88 engravings of coins, obverse and reverse. Woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. Hardcover, bound in handsome contemporary mottled full calf, spine with 5 raised bands, 4 gilt tooled or lettered compartments, head- and foot compartments left untreated, red sprinkled edges; contemporary printed thin ownership label at foot of title-page with first letter devoured by silverfish; one page with old small brown ink smudges not obscuring text, few sporadic spots. In fine condition. Excellent attractive copy. ~ The enlarged edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague [The Hague, Netherlands]
2008-10-31 10:58:36
BOUTET, Claude
Brusselle: Chez François Foppens, Libraire, M.DC.XCII [1692]. Early Reprint. Fifth Edition, "corrected and augmented by the author." 12mo:[14],158,[8]pp, with woodcut pantograph in text. Beautifully bound in period full speckled calf, spine richly gilt in five compartments divided by raised bands, expertly rebacked; edges speckled red, woodcut device on the title page. An excellent copy of this scarce treatise on the technique of painting miniatures and the illumination of books and manuscripts, and on mixing "beautiful colors," credited to the French artist who devised the oldest known chromatic circles, or color wheels. Bound with a second seventeenth-century work on the symbolic meaning of colors, presumably OCLC Number: 42621914 (no imprint on the title page, but from format [12mo] and pagination [78pp] the edition published in Amsterdam, by J. Sambix, in 1690, and usually attributed to Marc de Vulson de la Colombière. Both titles quite scarce. Province: blind stamp of Royal College of Art Library to title pages. ¶ N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. Near Fine.
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2008-10-15 14:51:12
LA BRUYERE Jean de
Paris: chez Estienne Michallet., 1692. Fine. chez Estienne Michallet., Paris 1692, Grd. In 12 (10x17cm), (32) 679pp. (9)., relié. - The original first edition was published in 1688, two other edition will follow, according to the first. This seventh edition that can be considered as the fifth first edition contains many additions. Title page red and black. Full Sheepskin brown time. Back tooled raised. Part of title in red morocco. Restorations caps, corners and joint. The characters were Heather implement a dynamic, constantly in motion. While the first edition puts more value in the translation of Characters of Theophrastus, editions from the 1689 fourth behave very many additions, and the fourth (first edition have been completed) has 764 points against 420 in the first The seventh that we propose in 1073 count from the original 420. The few handwritten marginal notes are intended to identify living characters in the satire, because the characters were primarily a painting of courtiers. Force Heather is having made universals guys. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] La première édition originale est parue en 1688, deux autres édition suivront, conformes à la première. Cette septième édition que l'on peut considérer comme la cinquième édition originale comporte de nombreuses additions. Page de titre rouge et noire. Reliure en pleine basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Restaurations des coiffes, c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2008-10-15 14:40:59
Hostus [Hostius Hosto Hosti], Matthaeus [Matthaei]; Adam [Adamus] Rechenberg. [Joannis Seldeni (i.e. Alessandro Sardi), Philippi Labbe, Guilielmi Budaei].
Amstelodami, [Amsterdam] Peter Le Clert, 1692. Three volumes in one. Octavo (205 x 180mm). Pp. (xxxii), 368, (viii); (xxii), 274; 275-638 (i.e. 538), (vi). (Numerous errors in pagination. Tome I, pp. 369-372 misbound; Tome III, pp. 451-537 misnumbered 551-637; pp. 568-569, 572-573 blank.) Plus engraved frontispiece portrait of Matthaeus Hostus chipped at corner with slight loss to background, skilfully restored on mount. Folding tables. Title-page printed in red and black, list of contents printed on verso. Woodcut device to title. Large, illustrated woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials; occasionally slight browning. Hardcover, bound in handsome modern vellum, lettering to spine, sprinkled edges. A fine copy. Crisp interior exceptionally well preserved, attractive binding. ~ First part, complete in itself, of the collective work, "Tractatuum series". This part is entirely made up of the works of Matthaeus Hostius, which are divided into three tomes, having each a separate title-page. First Tome contains 5 books (or parts); Second Tome contains 3 books; Third Tome contains 10 books. Each of the 18 books has a separate title-page. The "Tractatuum series" contains the following works: I. Matthaei Hosti: Historica antiquitas: Rei nummariae, Mensurarum, Ponderum, &c. in tres tomos distincta; II: Joannis Seldeni (i.e. Alessandro Sardi): Liber de nummis; III: Philippi Labbe: Bibliotheca nummaria; IV: Guilielmi Budaei: De asse & partibus eius libri V; Cum indicibus locupletissimis. Matthaeus Host (1509-1587). Adam Rechenberg (1642-1721). Alessandro Sardi (1520-1588). Guillaum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague [The Hague, Netherlands]
2008-09-23 16:06:49
Cantelli da Vignola de Rossi, Giacomo:
Rome,, 1692. Copper engraved title-page, 42 x 26.5 cms, black and white as issued, blank verso. Map
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2008-08-15 22:30:58
Les oeuvres de Monsieur le Chevalier de Mere
Paris, Mortier, 1692. 383 S., OHLdr., tome second,, Meregut erhalten,
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Rüger [Germany]
2008-04-01 06:19:17
Scultetus, Johannes
- Leiden, Boutesteyn & Lughtmans, 1692/93, 8°, 2 Bl., 288 pp., 4 Bl., 32 pp., 1 Bl., 343 pp., 8 Bl., 86 ganzseitige Kupfer (davon 3 Falttaf.), gest. Tit.bl., PgmtBd. d.Zt.; wohlerhaltenes Exemplar, Lamzweerdescher "Appendix" vorgebunden. EIN 300 JAHRE ALTES "BILDERBUCH" DER CHIRURGIE - Die umfangreichste aller Scultetus-Editionen mit mehr als doppelt so vielen Kupfertafeln wie in den früheren Ausgaben. Die schönste und umfangreichste Ikonographie der Chirurgie des 17. Jahrhunderts. Ein hochberühmtes Werk, prachtvoll gedruckt und ausgestattet. Die vorliegende, um 43 Tafeln vermehrte Ausgabe enthält zusätzlich einmaliges Bildmaterial zur Plastischen Chirurgie, Urologie, Orthopädie, Bluttransfusion und anders mehr. Die zusätzlichen Abbildungen sind von geübter Hand in der flüssigen Manier des holländischen Stils gegeben und zeigen überdies einiges aus dem Inventar der damaligen Krankenzimmer. Johann Schultes, oder Scultetus (1595-1645), Stadtarzt in Venedig und Ulm, gehört neben Albucasis und Paré zu den größten Illustratoren der Chirurgie. Ideenreichtum und Wagemut sprechen aus seinen operativen Darstellungen. Scultetus zeigt das ganze, umfangreiche chirurgische Intrumentarium jener Tage. Besonders hervorzuheben sind die Beiträge zur Traumatologie, Sectio Caesare, etc. - Wohlerhaltenes, frisches Exemplar, ganz weinige Seiten im äusseren Rand minimal fleckig. Der Lamzweerdesche "Appendix" mit den Zugaen vor den Scultetus gebunden. - - *The most complete illustrated account of surgical Instruments, the methods of bandaging and splinting, and operational procedures of the period … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Medicusbooks
2008-02-05 23:33:49
Zwickau: Joh. Leonh. Stümpfeld, 1692. A-Bb8 [-A2?; -A8 ?cancel]. Pp. [1, title (verso blank)], [5]-403, [5, register]. 1 vols. Small 16mo. German Miniature Song Book. Late seventeenth century pocket song and prayer book, intended for travellers and domestic usage. No corresponding copy has been located in the online VD17 (Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachraum erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts). Contemporary black leather, boards ruled in blind, single bronze clasp. Binding a bit rubbed, title leaf with loss of text at upper corners and a few letters along gutter, laid down. Lacking one leaf [?A2] from the first gathering, , with a stub at A8, but text and catchwords and pagination are continuous from the first gathering onward. A7 and B1 with some loss and old paper repairs. Some slight thumb soiling, generally an attractive volume.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2008-01-22 18:04:06
Havers, Clopton
Frankfurt u. Leipzig, G.W.Kühn, 1692, 8°, (16), 343, (39) pp., mit 2 Kupfern auf 1 gefalteten Tafel, Pappband der Zeit; ein unbeschnittenes und frisches Exemplar. THE FIRST MINUTE ACCOUNT OF BONE STRUCTURE - CLASSIC ON THE PHYSIOLOGY OF BONE! Erste lateinische Ausgabe. Clopton Havers (?-1702) beschreibt hier die von ihm entdeckten Kanälchen. Er schildert jeden Teil des Knochens einzeln und gibt einen Bericht seiner Bestimmung. Dabei geht er ausführlich auf das Periost ein, um welches sich von nun an der Streit um die Knochenbildung drehen sollte. Havers ist es der, der die große Bedeutung des Periost für Wachstum und Stoffwechsel des Knochens erkennt. Seine Kenntnisse der Anatomie des Knochens sind ausserordentlich gründlich und weitgehend, seine Schlüsse zeugen von langer reiflicher Überlegung und mühsamen Studiums. First Latin Edition. A work of great discovery. Havers was the first to describe the minute structure and internal architecture of bone. This discours contains much hitherto undiscovered information, with particular reference to bone growth, the periosteum, and the cartilages, where his observations were of fundamental importance. The first description of the microscopic appearance account of the vascular canals of long bones, which have ever since been known by the author's name as the Haversian canals. Havers also made important observations on the physiology of bone growth and repair. The Harversian lamelle, glands, folds are named after him. Russel 397; Waller 4153; Hirsch-H. III, 93f.; Journ. Bone & Joint. Surg. (1952, 702-707; Bick, Source Book Orthop. 59 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
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