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2012-05-01 12:11:19
DERHAM, William.
Imp. James Knapton, at the Crown. London, 1696. . 16 cm. 6 h. 132 pág. Ilustr. con una lám. plegada y figuras, en el texto. Alguna pequeña mancha en el margen de varias hojas. Ejemplar algo mareado por lo leído. Enc. en pergamino, lomera rotulada, cierres. Primera edición. * Rarísima primera edición de esta obra de William Derham (1657-1735), párroco y filósofo natural inglés que fue el primero en ofrecer una estimación precisa de la velocidad del sonido. En 1696 salió a la luz por vez primera el tratado que presentamos, que se reeditó en numerosas ocasiones. Le siguieron Physico-Theology (1713), Astro-Theology (1714) y Christo-Theology (1730). A pesar de que las tres obras se concentran en la aportación de argumentos teológicos para demostrar la existencia y los atributos de Dios, no están exentas de observaciones científicas, pues éste era un ámbito de gran interés para Derham, que construyó un telescopio de grandes dimensiones que empleó para determinar la velocidad del sonido (se sirvió también para este propósito de un par de relojes de bolsillo sincronizados). Interesado por las manchas solares y fascinado por las lunas de Júpiter, publicó los datos meteorológicos diarios de Upminster entre los años 1697 y 1699. Realizó estudios sobre migraciones de aves y se interesó por el comportamiento de los barómetros de mercurio, entre otros. horología, relojes, tratados [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Farré [Barcelona, Spain]
2012-04-30 18:47:36
Gyraldus, Lilius Gregorius
Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Hackius, et al, 1696 - Giraldi, Giglio Gregorio (Lilius Gregorius Gyraldus) 1470-1552) was an Italian scholar and poet, born at Ferrara, "where he early distinguished himself by his talents and acquirements. he removed to Naples, hwere he lived on familiar terms with Jovianus Pontanus and Sannazaro; and subsequently to Lombardy, where he enjoyed the favour of the Mirandola family. At Miland in 1507 he studied Greek under Chalcondylas; and shortly afterwards, at Modena, he became tutor to Ercole (afterwards Cardinal) Rangone. About the year 1514 he removed to Rome, where, under Clement VII, he held the office of apostolic protonotary; but having in the sack of that city (1527) which almost coincided with the death of his patron Cardinal Rangone, lost all his property, he returned in poverty once more to Mirandola, whence again he was driven by the troubles consequent on the assassination of the reigning prince in 1533. The rest of his life was one long struggle with ill-health, poverty and neglect; and he is alluded to with sorrowful regret by Montaigne in one of his Essais (i. 34) as having, like Sebastian Castalio, ended his days in utter destitution. He died at Ferrara a man of very extensive erudition; and numerous testimonies to his profundity and accuracy have been given both by contemporary and by later scholars. His HISTORIA marked a distinctly forward step in the systematic study of classical mythology; and by his treatises DE ANNIS ET MENSIBUS, and on the CALENDARIUM., he contributed to bring about the reform of the calendar, which was u … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-30 18:47:36
Gyraldus, Lilius Gregorius
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2012-04-30 08:31:29
DRYDEN, John, and John BLOW.
London: Printed by J.Heptinstall, for Henry Playford, at his Shop or at his House 1696. Folio, pp. [2], 30; title within a mourning border, printed music throughout, with the text of the Ode on the verso of the title-page as well as within the music; small dampstain to lower inner margin, two or three short nicks to blank lower margin neatly repaired, but a very good copy in modern panelled calf, gilt; bookplate of Thomas Wyatt Bagshawe, book-label of J. O. Edwards.First edition of Dryden's moving elegy to his friend Purcell. The musical setting by Blow, for flutes and two counter-tenors, is generally considered his finest work.On Purcell's death in November 1695 he was at the height of his powers and reputation, with stage and publishing commissions pouring in. The advertisements here list the Harmonia Sacra and Deliciae Musicae as well his revision of Playford's Introduction to Music and proposals for the publication of his instrumental works by his widow. His pre-eminence would be sealed by Playford two years later with the publication of the first volume of Orpheus Britannicus.Dryden and Blow were both old friends of Purcell. Purcell was linked to Dryden through the Howards (Dryden's wife, Lady Elizabeth, was a patron, her niece a pupil) and composed new music for the 1690s revival of Dryden's The Tempest, as well as King Arthur (1691, often considered Purcell's dramatic masterpiece) and The Indian Queen (1695). Blow's career had intertwined with that of Purcell for many years. Purcell may once have studied under him; Blow's Venus and Adonis (1681) was an important prec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2012-04-24 16:29:31
Félibien des Avaux, Jean Francois
1696. (XIV), 249 pp. text by J. F. Félibien, the son of the early art historian André Félibien and a noted architect and architectural historian in his own right, presenting a systematic approach to the history of European architecture through the 14th century, heavily annotated throughout. 4to. Early calf, rubbed, spine chipped. Paris (Denys Mariette) 1696. Second edition, the first published in 1687. Félibien praised the Gothic style, which at the time was held in disrepute.
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2012-04-23 07:05:40
[CHINA] MARIANI, Sabino (1665-1721), päpstlicher China-Gesandter und Missionar.
Rom, 24. November 1696.. Italienische Handschrift auf Papier, 1 1/2 SS. auf 2 Bll., c. 27 x 20,5 cm. Falt- u. Knickspuren, leicht angeschmutzt, zweites Blatt mit öffnungsbedingter Randfehlstelle, zwei kleine Löcher (minimaler Textverlust).. Als Finanzbeamter der apostolischen Datarie an den Gemeindevorstand von Soriano nel Cimino (Prov. Viterbo) in Finanzangelegenheiten der Gemeinde. - Mariani, zuvor langjähriger Mitarbeiter der apostolischen Datarie, begleitete 1702 den päpstlichen Legaten Kardinal Tournon nach China, wo dieser die Einhaltung der Riten unter den dortigen Christen überprüfen sollte. Gemeinsam mit dem Jesuiten Joachim Bouvet wurde Mariani 1706 Leiter einer Delegation des Kaisers von China. Nach anfänglichen diplomatischen Erfolgen Tournons und Marianis am chinesischen Kaiserhof fielen beide jedoch wegen Missachtung der Etikette und aufgrund von Konflikten mit den Jesuiten bei Kaiser Kangxi in Ungnade. Mariani wurde 1707 aus Bejing verwiesen und verbrachte die folgenden Jahre als Prokurator der römischen Kongregation Propaganda Fide in Macao; zeitweilig unter Arrest. Als Mariani 1719 auch aus Macao verwiesen wurde, begab er sich ins indische Madras ( - damals unter portugiesischer Herrschaft), wo er zwei Jahre später verstarb. - In China war Mariani bekannt unter dem Namen "Sha Guoan" [Cha-Quc-Ghan]. Nach zuvor nur sporadischen Kontakten zwischen der Katholischen Kirche und China festigten sich die römisch-chinesischen Kontakte im 17. Jahrhundert, v.a. aufgrund der Bemühungen seitens der Jesuiten. Der Misserfolg der Mission Tournons und Marianis führte 1722 z … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-20 23:39:55
excudebat E. Jones, impensis A. Swall & T. Childe, Londini, 1696. Liturgia, Seu Liber Precum Communium, Et Administrationis Sacramentorum, Aliorumque Rituum atque Ceremoniarum Ecclesiæ Juxta Usum Ecclesiæ Anglicanæ: Una Cum Psalterio Seu Psalmis Davidis, Ea Punctatione distinctis, qua Cantari aut Recitari debent in Ecclesiis. Itemque Forma & Modus Faciendi, Ordinandi & Consecrandi Episcopos, Presbyteros, Diacones. Engraved frontispiece and 51 additional engraved plates. 8vo. [168 x 95 x 32 mm]. [25], [164] ff. Contemporary "sombre" binding of black goatskin, the covers tooled all-over in blind, with repeated draw-handles, a stylised and a naturalistic flower, buds, palmette and roundels. The spine divided into five panels, tooled in blind with repeated draw-handles, a wedge-shaped floral tool and roundels, the edges of the boards tooled with a blind roll, plain endleaves, darkened edges. (Spine slightly faded and rubbed, corners a little bumped). Wing B.3694A, with reference to an engraved frontispiece but no mention of the other plates (and while the frontispiece is lettered in Latin, the additional plates are captioned in English, implying that they were intended for another work). This version of the Liturgy was largely translated into Latin by John Durel. There is some browning throughout, and the upper corner of D11 and D12 are torn (though they are separated by a plate that has not been torn). The binding is a little out of square, as a result of use. It is nevertheless in good condition, and is a handsome example of a "sombre" binding, with a profusion of small tools … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: George Bayntun ABA ILAB PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2012-04-12 14:17:14
(Alexander the Great) Curtius Rufus, Quintus
Frankfurt & Leipzig: Joachim Wilde, 1696. Folding map, frontis, [12], 843, [27] pp. Quintus Curtius Rufus was a Roman historian, writing probably during the reign of the Emperor Claudius (41-54 AD) or Vespasian. His only surviving work, Historiae Alexandri Magni, is a biography of Alexander the Great in Latin in ten books, of which the first two are lost. This is a German translation by in 1653 by Lehsten. Contemporary vellum. Vellum darkened, else Very Good.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2012-04-08 19:54:43
Otto, Jakob.
Ulm, Christian Balthasar Kühns Erben für Georg Wilhelm Kühn, 1696. 4to. (6), 547, (45), (4), 549-696, (4), 64 (not: 46) pp. With engr. frontispiece and a folding table. Contemp. vellum with ms spine title. Edges sprinkled in red. Later edition (one of three variants printed the same year) of this revised text first published in 1685 by Jakob Otto; one of the last important revisions of the "Carolina". - Slight brownstaining to margins; minute wormhole in frontispiece. From the library of the Regensburg lawyer Sebastian Seelmann (cf. Kobolt), a member of Harsdörffer's "Pegnesian Order of the Flowers" since 1668. VD 17, 1:012318C. Kohler/Sch. XXXIX.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-04-07 08:20:15
GACON François
- S.n., Cologne 1696, in 12 (8,5x15cm), (4) 191pp. (4), relié. - Edition originale. Un titre frontispice. Reliure en plein veau d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Acccroc avec manque au premier nerf. Ensemble frotté. Gacon fut un furieux invectiveur, décidé à s'en prendre à toutes les hypocrisie de son temps, il s'attacha particulièrement à alimenter ses haines littéraires, notamment contre Boileau, Bossuet. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First Edition. As a frontispiece. Full contemporary calf. Back tooled raised. Acccroc with missing the first nerve. Rubbed together. Invectiveur Gacon was a furious, decided to take all hypocrisy of his time, he was particularly attached to feed his literary hatred, including against Boileau, Bossuet --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! (4) 191pp. (4) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2012-04-05 13:19:18
Otto, Jakob.
Ulm, Christian Balthasar Kühns Erben für Georg Wilhelm Kühn, 1696.. (6), 547, (45), (4), 549-696, (4), 64 (falsch: 46) SS. Mit gest. Frontispiz und einer mehrf. gefalt. Tabelle. Pergamentband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 4to.. Spätere Ausgabe (eine von drei Druckvarianten im selben Jahr) der erstmals 1685 erschienenen Bearbeitung durch Jakob Otto, eine der letzten wichtigen Bearbeitungen der Carolina. - Zu Beginn im Rand leicht braunfleckig; das Frontispiz mit winzigem Wurmloch. Aus der Bibliotek des Regensburger Advokaten und Notars Sebastian Seelmann (vgl. Kobolt), seit 1668 unter dem Namen "Silvius" Mitglied des Pegnesischen Blumenordens in Nürnberg, mit seinen charakteristischen hs. Signaturvermerken an Rücken und Vorderdeckel. - VD 17, 1:012318C. Kohler/Sch. XXXIX.
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2012-04-03 12:15:45
Roma, 1696. Incisione in rame, 170x230, testo nella parte inf. del foglio. Non comune. Carta topografica del territorio limitrofo a Fano, di cui è indicato il giro delle mura. Si notano il fiume Metauro e l'Arzilla. Lievi fioriture marginali, ben conservato. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2012-03-26 07:10:54
Aeschines and Demosthenes
[Oxford:] excudebat Johan. Crooke, 1696 [date in Greek]. First edition of the two antagonistic orations of Æschines and Demosthenes as edited, with a Latin translation, by the young Oxford students Peter Foulkes and John Friend, who were both about twenty when this volume was printed. Contemporary calf. Gilt spine with red morocco label. . Octavo. With three engraved portraits, of the two orators and of Cicero, by M. Burg; these are included in the pagination. The Latin translation is printed at the bottom of each page. Joints, corners a bit rubbed, a little light foxing. A very good copy. This was for many years a popular edition; and was reprinted in 1715 if not oftener: but the first is the preferable edition, and is considered very correct. The explanation of the more difficult Greek words at the end, was among the principal causes of its popularity" (Dibdin I, 487).
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I
2012-03-26 07:10:54
Aeschines and Demosthenes.
[Oxford:] excudebat Johan. Crooke, 1696 [date in Greek]. "This was for many years a popular edition; and was reprinted in 1715 if not oftener: but the first is the preferable edition, and is considered very correct. The explanation of the more difficult Greek words at the end, was among the principal causes of its popularity" (Dibdin I, 487). Octavo. . [16], 151, [1], 182, [2], [18, index] pp. With three engraved portraits, of the two orators and of Cicero, by M. Burg; these are included in the pagination. The Latin translation is printed at the bottom of each page. Contemporary calf. Gilt spine with red morocco label. Joints, corners a bit rubbed, a little light foxing. A very good copy. First edition of the two antagonistic orations of ®schines and Demosthenes as edited, with a Latin translation, by the young Oxford students Peter Foulkes and John Friend, who were both about twenty when this volume was printed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A. [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-03-22 19:01:04
Tolosa, Bernardo de Ugarte, 1696, (al fin:) 1697, 22x33, frontis, 22 hojas, 361 págs. 47 hojas de índice. Frisos colofones y letras capitulares. Anotaciones de época en márgenes. Frontis con trocito de margen recortado. Junto con "SUPLEMENTO DE LOS FUEROS, PRIVILEGIOS Y ORDENANZAS DE ESTA PROVINCIA DE GUIPUZCOA". San Sebastián, Lorenzo Riesgo y Montero, 1758, 91 págs. 1 hoja. Escudo de armas de Guipúzcoa grabado en portada. Las dos obras encuadernadas en un volumen en holandesa piel de época con la lomera gofrada, cortes tintados. (38505).
Bookseller: Librería J. Cintas [Madrid, Spain]
2012-03-11 13:48:17
Visscher, Nicolas
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2012-03-05 11:48:34
Abraham a St. Clara:
Tl. 1 u. 3 Salzburg, bey Melchior Haan / Tl. 2 u. 4 Nürnberg, Johann Georg Lochner, 1696, 1752, 1692, 1752.. 13 Bll., 457 S., 5 Bll. / 4 Bll., 453 S., 17 Bll. / 11 Bll., 556 S., 8 Bll. / 5 Bll., 433 S., 11 Bll., 8°, Tl. 1 in braun marmoriertem Pappband d. Zt., Tl. 2-4 in Leder d. Zt., mit Rotschnitt. Abraham a Sancta Clara oder Abraham a Santa Clara, bürgerlich Johann Ulrich Megerle (1644-1709), bedeutendster kath. Prediger der Barockzeit, u. Schriftsteller. Seine Predigten waren populär, weil unterhaltsamen u. satirisch. Kaiser Leopold I. ernannte ihn 1677 zum Subprior u. Hofprediger. Während den Türkenkriegen versuchte er die Bevölkerung aufzumuntern, Tausende strömten zu den Massenpredigten. Ab 1690 leitete Abraham a Sancta Clara die deutsch-böhmische Ordensprovinz der Augustiner-Barfüßer, kehrte jedoch 1695 nach Wien zurück, wo er auch verstarb. - Judas der Erz-Schelm ist sein Haupterk. Die vier Teile um Judas Ischariot erschienen über fast 10 Jahre (1686, 1689, 1692 u. 1695). Durch Judas' Verrat soll Jesus an die Römer ausgeliefert (u. schliesslich gekreuzigt) worden sein. - Teil 3 in Erstauflage. Die beiden Bände von 1752 (im Gegensatz zur EA) eigentlich jew. mit Frontispiz, das hier aber fehlt! Die Einbände sind dem Alter entsprechend deutlich berieben u. etwas bestossen; die Seiten leicht gebräunt u. stellenweise etwas braunfleckig; bei Tl. 1 wurde von einem Blatt der Rand abgeschnitten (evtl. fehlen dadurch gedruckte Randanmerkungen), sonst gute Expl.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange
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2012-03-01 12:54:56
London: Charles Bill and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, 1696. Small folio, pp. [18], being [473]-492 of the Acts of Parliament, removed; browned, some foxing. Text in black letter throughout. Establishes a provision for "Seamen who by age, wounds, or other accidents shall become disabled for future service at sea, and shall not be in a condition to maintain themselves comfortably, may not fall under hardships and miseries, may be supported at the public charge, and that the children of such disabled seamen ... may in some reasonable manner be provided for and educated." This act also provides for the founding and endowing of a Seaman's Hospital at Greenwich, the services of which will be available to all seamen who "register themselves, in and for His Majesty's sea-service," as well as their families.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2012-03-01 12:54:56
London: Charles Bill and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, 1696. Small folio, pp. [18], being [473]-492 of the Acts of Parliament, removed; browned, some foxing. Text in black letter throughout. Establishes a provision for "Seamen who by age, wounds, or other accidents shall become disabled for future service at sea, and shall not be in a condition to maintain themselves comfortably, may not fall under hardships and miseries, may be supported at the public charge, and that the children of such disabled seamen...may in some reasonable manner be provided for and educated." This act also provides for the founding and endowing of a Seaman's Hospital at Greenwich, the services of which will be available to all seamen who "register themselves, in and for His Majesty's sea-service, " as well as their families.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2012-02-22 12:39:07
VILLEDIEU ( Madame DESJARDINS , dite Madame de )
A Lyon , Chez Antoine BESSON , ( 1696 ) . Reliure époque , veau raciné , dos à nerfs ornés , piece de titre , in-12 de 403 pages , divisé en six parties .Recueil amusant d'histoire sur les amours du Prince de Parme avec la duchesse de Valentinois ( GAY p731 ) . Vignette du libraire au titre .Un trou de ver traverse une marge , emportant qq lettres à la fin , rares rousseurs . [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LA FRANCE GALANTE [Saint MARTIN sur LAVEZON, France]
2012-02-20 13:58:00
Mailly, Chevalier de.
Chez Denys du Puis, Paris 1696 - 1re édition, (686) + 388 + 441pp. Titres décorées d'une gravure. Frontespice dans vol I. Ex libris "Bibliotheca Nobil. Franc. Deschamps. Ex Museo P. Deschamps" 3 volumes. Dos et plats légèrement frottées. Bon état, bel ensemble. Reliure plein veau, dos à nerfs, titres, tomaisons et dos ornées et dorées.
Bookseller: de KunstBurg
2012-02-16 21:52:10
[Juliis, Joseph de ]
Rome: Typis Sacr Cong. de Propag. Fide, 1696. First edition. Woodcut device on title-page. 108, [4] pp. A-O4. Text in Latin and Greek. Small 4to. Contemporary vellum. Front free endpaper missing, binding a bit shaken, mild dampstaining to first two leaves, mostly marginal. First edition. Woodcut device on title-page. 108, [4] pp. A-O4. Text in Latin and Greek. Small 4to. Scarce and elegantly printed handbook of Greek, published by the famous Society for the Propagation of Faith in Rome. OCLC locates only two copies in the United States (Penn State and St. Johns in Minnesota).
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2012-02-15 17:33:28
. Per li Principianti della Musica Figurata; Distinti in tre libri: Dal Primo spuntano li Principij del Canto Figurat; Dal Secondo spiccano le Regole del Contrapunto; Dal Terzo appariscono li Fondamenti per suonare l' Organo o Clavicembalo sopra la Parte. 5th edition. Bologna: Pier maria Monti 1696. With titlevignette, woodcut plate showing the compulsory Guido-hand and 1 textual woodcut vignette. 199 pp. Uncut in contemporary halfvellum. Name on flyleaf. Spine a little loose. * Successful main work for the acting Italian conductor of the cathedral to Imola. With many self-compositions this work contains a composition lesson for 2 and polyphonic works as wells as principles of bass accompaniment. <br>Missing portrait cut in wood..
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2012-01-25 14:11:29
GOMBERVILLE, Marin Le Roy de-
Pierre Daret,, Paris, 1696 - [15]-105 ff. First edition of this nicely illustrated moral emblem book by Le Roy de Gomberville (1600-1674). Engr. ills : title-vign., 2 part-titles, a dedicatory vign., 4 headpieces, 4 initials, full-page author's portrait by Pierre Daret (1604-1678), 102 (of 103) nearly full-page emblems after Vaenius' "Emblemata Horatiana" and 2 ill. to indicate the end of a part. Text in French, quotations in Latin. Ref. Landwehr, French, 476. BN Paris. BL London (1). Not in Emblem books Leiden. 1 volumes. 1243 g Contemp. Calf (corners bumped), mod. gilt ruled spine on 6 raised bands,(full-page plate showing Cardinal Mazarin, Minerva and Louis XIV and f. 96 lacking, title repaired & reinforced, part-title & p. 41 torn & repaired, lower margins repaired, upper part of f. 33 lacking, text written in the plate of f. 6, spots, dampstaining). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: de KunstBurg
2012-01-23 10:05:10
Placette (La Placette), Jean de la
Chez Robert Roger, Imprimeur & Libraire de S.A.E, Berlin, 1696. 8°, 14 Bll., 480 S. Lederband der Zeit auf 5 Bünden mit etwas Rückenvergoldung. Sprache: Französisch, Leicht berieben; hinterer Deckel in der oberen Ecke mit Stoßspur; Vorderdeckel mit einigen Schabstellen bzw. oberflächlichen Fraßspuren und mit 3 kleinen Wurmgängen (etwas Bezugsverlust); Ecken mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; hinteres Rückengelenk über die gesamte Länge angeplatzt, aber stabil; erste und letzte Bll. leimschattig (Titel und das erste Widmungsblatt stärker); erste Bll. etwas gebräunt; stockfleckig (erste und letzte Bll. stärker). Jean de la Placette (1639-1718); bedeutender französischer Theologe; Calvinist bzw. Hugenotte; nach der Rücknahme des Edikts von Nantes durch Ludwig den XIV. im Jahre 1685 emigrierte er nach Dänemark (Kopenhagen); Placette hatte den Beinamen "Le Nicole des Protestants"; sein gesamtes Werk stand auf dem Römischen Index librorum prohibitorum (Decr. 19 nov. 1703; 10 maii 1757). VD17 3:022951M. 1100 Gramm. Seconde edition (zuerst Amsterdam 1695). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2012-01-17 19:40:29
Spener, Philipp Jacob
Franckfurt am Mayn, In verlegung Johann David Zunners / Im Jahr Christi 1696.. 4°. Titelblatt in schwarz-rotem Druck, (10), 1052 [richtig 1060], (4) Seiten. Pergamentband der Zeit mit durchgezogenen Bünden.. VD17, 1:020995K. - Grünberg 63. - Bircher C2483. - Der ordentliche Pergamentband vor allem am Hinterdeckel gering fleckig und etwas berieben. Auf dem Vorderdeckel Abdruck eines Wasserglases und verblaßte ältere Tintenspuren. - Innen durchgehend leicht gebräunt, Vorsätze stärker. - Insgesamt gutes und sauberes Exemplar der für die pietistischen Glaubensinhalte eminent wichtigen Wiedergeburtspredigten, die den Buß- und Bekehrungsweg der Gläubigen vom verlorenen Sünder über den reuigen Büßer bis hin zum wiedergeborenen Christen illustrieren und somit eine sehr persönliche "subtilitas applicandi" pietistischer Bibelhermeneutik bieten. Mit der Wiedergeburt des geistlichen Menschen ist nach Spener die Vergebung der Sünden und der Beginn eines gottgefälligen Lebens verbunden; freilich kann der Wiedergeborene dieses Lebens wieder verlustig gehen; die ständige Prüfung der eigenen Rechtgläubigkeit ist damit ein ständiger, nicht endender und mühevoller Prozeß. - Das Leitbild des "Wiedergeborenen" und dessen "praxis pietatis" ist das zentrale Motiv der pietistischen Erweckungs-Bewegung, verlagert den Begriff von rechtem Glauben in den Bereich der innerlichen Erlebniswirklichkeit und befördert damit die Introspektion, die Selbst-Vergewisserung und letztlich damit die Aufklärung (als "Ausgang des Menschen aus seiner selbstverschuldeten Unmündigkeit") bis hin zur Empfindsamkeit und se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Otto W. Plocher
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2012-01-17 10:01:45
Amsterdam, J. Wolters, 1696. 4to. Cont. marbled boards pigskin-backed. Titlelabel in leather, gilt. Back a little rubbed. Internally fine with broad margins and clean, printed on good paper. 13,16,16,16,10,(2),12,(2),14,13,(1),13,(1) pp. and 10 fine engraved plates, known for their accuracy and details. ¶ First editions of the 9 tracts called "Epistolae", of which in all 14 were issued, containg Ruysch's answers to anatomical and physiological propositions proposed by different authors. <br>"Ruysch, professor of anatomy at Leyden and Amsterdam, is notable for his method of injecting vessels. The recipe for the material used by Ruysch has remained a secret. He gave the first description of bronchial blood vessels and vascular plexuses of the heart, demonstrated the valves of the lymphatics, and made a great number of other importent discoveries in anatomy" (Garrison & Morton). - Ruysch's prepartions of corpses were known for their dramatic appearences. He prepared e.g. the corpse of a child as it were alive so that Pater the Great was inclined to kiss it. His preparations was well known by the public, many were exhibited in different places, and in 1717 Peter the Great bought his collection for 30.000 Guilders. Some of the items are still held by The Museum of the Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg. - Wellcome IV:pp. 597-98.
Bookseller: Lynge & Son [Denmark]
2012-01-16 01:46:52
London: Richard Sare, 1696. First edition, small 8vo, pp. [2], xxix [i.e. xlv], [15], 144; occasional use of Greek and Hebrew type; full contemporary paneled calf with gilt rules and fleurons; joints cracked (cords holding), the whole rubbed and worn but sound, red morocco label on spine (rubbed); internally quite crisp. Wake (1657-1737) was a very prolific writer and the archbishop of Canterbury, "a man of wide reading, immense industry, and of a liberal and tolerant spirit." Wing W252.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2012-01-09 11:54:17
SCHENK, Peter (1645-1715)
Amsterdam: P. Schenk, 1696. Copper-engraved map, full period hand colouring. 21 3/4 x 24 1/2 inches. Lovely 17th century map of North and South America with California as an island. This elegant map is noted for its cartouches designed by Romein de Hooghe. "The most notable feature of this map is the two separate titles for North and South America. These, it is believed, are etched by the noted artist Romein de Hooghe. The cartography reflects that typical of the period for Amsterdam. Five Great Lakes are shown, the two western ones being left open to the west, there is an old style depiction of the Mississippi basin, and California is depicted in a Foxe style insular format" (Burden). Burden, The Mapping of North America 722; McLaughlin, The Mapping of California as an Island 120; Tooley "California as an Island," 56 in Tooley,The Mapping of America.
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2012-01-08 02:57:38
Venezia, 1696 - Incisione in rame di mm 460x610, tratta da "Corso geografico". Decorativa carta geografica dell'isola arricchita da un grande cartiglio col titolo in alto ed armi araldici di Pietro Lusignano re di Cipro in basso a sin.; dedicata a Giovan Battista Cornaro Piscopia.Vincenzo Coronelli (1650/ 1718) fu cartografo, geografo e cosmografo ufficiale della Repubblica di Venezia dal 1685 e lettore di geografia nel 1689. Fondò l'Accademia degli Argonauti, la più antica società geografica del mondo. Fu autore di oltre 2000 grandi carte geografiche. Ottimo esemplare con lievissimo alone centrale verticale causato dalla colla anticamente usata per la rilegatura.Stylianou, 138, Zacharakis, 678. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini
2011-12-29 07:15:33
Thomas Smith
Oxford: e Theatro Sheldoniano, 1696. Leather Bound. Very Good. E Theatro Sheldoniano, Oxford., 1696. Folio, [xii],l,[ii],159,[25]pp. Contemporary leather boards, Modern reback in contemporary style. Wear to extremities. Internally excellent. End pages have browning and chipping, the rest of the book is clean and bright, without markings, excessive soiling or foxing. See our pictures. <br><br> The library formed by Sir Robert Bruce Cotton (1571-1631) during the early seventeenth century was the major antiquarian collection in England at the time, and as early as the 1620s was a landmark in the political and cultural life of the country, containing as it did both outstanding literary manuscripts and important state records. The library counted Ben Jonson, Sir Walter Raleigh, and Francis Bacon among its borrowers. After his death the library passed successively to his son and grandson, and it was the latter, John, who authorized the publication by his librarian, Thomas Smith, of the first printed catalogue. This catalogue is particularly valuable, as it pre-dates the disastrous fire of 1731, which destroyed or damaged over two hundred of the manuscripts. Smith's catalogue is therefore the prime record for volumes now lost. Smith also knew the Cotton family well and the Latin essays, with which he prefaced his catalogue, are an important source for the history of the family and for the development of the collection.
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2011-12-16 23:42:49
Zahn, Johann
Nürnberg. 1696 36 x 42,5 cm. aus J. Zahn: Mundi Mirabilis - in den weißen Rändern außerhalb des Plattenrandes teils etwas stockfleckig, mit unbedeutender, schwacher Queschfalte rechts neben der Mittelfalz, sehr gut erhaltene, seltene Welt- und Vulkankarte mit schönem Kolorit - unter Passepartout und Glas in Goldleiste gerahmt (54 x 58 cm) Versand D: 6,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat am St. Vith [Germany]
2011-12-01 20:23:42
Blackmore, Richard
Awnsham & John Churchill, London, 1696. Small folio. The third edition, corrected, to which is added an Index explaining the names of countries, cities, rivers, etc. (20),296,(4)pp. Errata description on final text page. Contemporary full calf tooled in a Cambridge design. Spine in six compartments with raised bands; red leather lettering label, gilt. Armorial bookplate. Hinges and spine tip neatly and nearly invisibly mended, light wear and soiling else a very good copy in contemporary binding. 'Prince Arthur' opens with Arthur's return to Britain to reclaim the crown, and culminates with the final single battle between Tollo and Arthur for control of the kingdom. Taken from Geoffrey of Monmouth, and modelled stylistically on Virgil ('I sing the Briton and his Righteous Arms'), Prince Arthur was a great favorite of King William. Wing B3082. See Lowndes 211. ESTC R11096. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.]
2011-11-29 13:52:12
TORRECILLA, Martin de.
Madrid, por Antonio Román, a costa de los Herederos de Gabriel de León, 1696. Folio; 2 hs., 804 pp. Encuadernación de época en pergamino.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [Zaragoza, Spain]
2011-11-26 13:19:45
Aurelius Victor.
Trajecti ad Rhenum, Apud Franciscum Halmam, Guilielmum vande Water, Bibliopol. M. DC. XC VI. [Utrecht, 1696] & second titlepage, dated [1696]. Illustrated with engravings of ancient coins. (Illustrata Quatuor Virorum Celeberrimorum, Anderae Schotti, Aeliae Vineti, Jani Gruteri, Merici Casauboni, Et Feminae Praestantissimae, Annae Tanaquili Fabri Filae Commentariis integris. Ut et Caesarum & Augustorum, Virorumque Illustrum iconinibus, tum editione in priori exhibitis, tum iteratae huic de novo additis, ex nummis veteribus expressis, & in aes eleganter incisis. Contextum recensuit, commentaries suis locis disposuit, & editionum, auctorum laudatorum, explicitorum, emendatorum, notatorum, antiquitatumque & rerum indices copiosissimos & certissimos adjecit Samuel Pitiscus.) Octavo; size of binding: 4 3/4 in. x 7 3/4 in. x 1 3/4 in. (thick), engraved titlepage, printed titlepage in black and red, with a small engraving: [41] pp., (p. [41] is a full page engraving showing nine coins), [1]-434 pp. + [74] pp. of indexes; second titlepage with woodcut ornament (Ex Officina Guilielmi vande Water [1696]): [1]-168 pp. + [26] pp. of indexes + printer's leaf: Trajecti ad Rhenum, Ex Officina Typographica Gerardi Muntendam. M. D. C. XCVI. [1696]). Besides the full page plate, there are 82 other smaller engravings of coins (some are double, showing both sides), in the first part, and 77 others in the second part. Bound in full, old panelled calf, with five raised bands on the spine, and a red morocco leather title label. gilt-lettered: AURELIUS VICTORIS VARIORUM, with simple gilt lines alon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. [Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.]
2011-11-11 21:21:45
Venice: Vincenzo Coronelli, 1696. unbound. very good(+). Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 17 5/8" x 23.75". Beautiful double page map of Croatia and the Dalmatian Coast. Shows place names, topographical and geographical details, coats of arms and historical political boundaries. Features an extravagant cartouche of two figures, one royal and the other religious, drawn by cherubs, horses, mermaids and mermen in a beautiful side wheel boat. Historical and chronology notes on either side. Italian text on verso. In excellent condition. Published by Vincenzo Coronelli (1650-1718), a Venetian map and globe maker. He obtained his Doctor of Theology in 1673 in Rome and became the cosmographer to the Republic of Venice in 1684.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2011-10-20 22:27:49
Eleonora Maria Rosalia, Herzogin zu Troppau und Jägerndorf.
1696. . Vgl. Wellcome II, 518; Krivatsy 11976; Horn-A. 125.- Zweite Ausgabe des erstmals 1695 erschienenen medizinisch-diätischen Werkes. 'Trotz der zahlreichen Auflagen ist das Buch nur in wenigen Exemplaren auf uns gekommen; die große Masse hat sich - der beste Beweis für die Wichtigkeit und Popularität des Werkes - im täglichen Gebrauch selbst aufgezehrt. Das Buch enthält über 1750 Rezepte für allerlei Krankheiten. ... Besonders groß ist die Zahl der Vorschriften für Frauen- und Kinderkrankheiten' (Bohatta, Eleonora).- Vereinzelt mit minimalem Feuchtrand im Außensteg oder minimal stockfleckig.
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2011-10-14 11:07:42
Charles). Perrault
Used [Publisher: Paris, Dezallier, 1696-1700.] 1696
2011-09-24 15:57:28
1696. in his clear rounded hand, to 'Monsieur', the Comte d'Argenson, (Marc Pierre de Voyer de Paulmy, 1696-1764, Secretary of State for War, 1743-1757, under Louis XV), saying he has received his letter, "tomorrow I am thinking of leaving for Avignon" and that "there or elsewhere I will be always ready whenever His Most Christian Majesty desires anything of me", 1 side 8½" x 6½", [Paris], 24th January For the Prince to depart without taking leave of the King in person was an astonishing breach of etiquette. When he reached the Papal city of Avignon, after a week on icy roads, he revealed to his followers that he was really going to Spain, to get the help to invade England that he was not getting from France. In so doing he was hijacking his brother Henry Benedict, who had proposed to do just that.himself. The previous September, after 5 months in the heather following Culloden, Bonnie Prince Charlie was the most famous man in Europe. He took ship with the French from Loch nan Uamh on 20th September (old style) and landed at Roscoff.on10th October (new style). He arrived in Paris to enormous cheering crowds. One of the first to entertain him to supper was the Comte d'Argenson, who had kept abreast of his campaign with frequent reports from the Marquis d'Éguilles. (D'Éguilles. was captured at Culloden but freed after negotiating the surrender of Inverness). However, the honeymoon lasted only about a fortnight. Charles began demanding help for an invasion of England, which the French refused. They talked only in terms of a small expedition to Scotland. He had no gr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophie Dupre [United Kingdom]
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2011-09-16 12:21:26
Lebrun, Pierre (anon.):
Paris, J. Boudot, 1696. 12°. 2 Kupfertaf., 1 Textholzschn., (14 Bl.), 255 S. Ldr. d. Zt. mit RSch. und RVerg. (gering rissig, Ecken und oberes Kapital restauriert, unteres Kapital mit winziger Fehlstelle). Zweite Ausgabe der seltenen Schrift über die Wünschelrute als okkultes Hilfsmittel zum Aufspüren von Erdstrahlen, Wasser und Bodenschätzen. - Barbier II, 1287; Rosenthal 1820 (EA); Caillet 6223 zur EA 1693: 'Sur la decouverté des voleurs et de vols. - Découverte des eaux et des métaux. - Anges et démons. - Divination par des baguettes qui se remuaient sans qu'on y touchat. - Pratiques superstitieuses, etc.' - Die erste Tafel zeigt, wie Wünschelruten gehalten werden, die zweite mit Darstellung von Wünschelrutengängern. - Unter Anwendung seriöser wissenschaftlicher Methoden kann das umstrittene Phänomen der Wünschelrute heute als geklärt angesehen werden. Die Ursache des Wünschelrutenausschlages liegt nachweislich in der 'idiomotorischen Triggerung eines instabilen Kohnstammeffektes'. - Sehr gut erhalten. Innenspiegel mit vierzeiligem Eintrag in brauner Tintenschrift, Titel mit altem Namenszug. Teils gering fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2011-08-10 16:46:51
Thomas Smith
At the Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, 1696. [10],L,159,[24]; engraved frontispiece portrait; folio; original stamped vellum boards slightly warped and lightly soiled; short split at top of upper hinge; scattered foxing. A very good copy overall, with the ownership inscription of Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun (1655-1716), Scottish patriot, politician and writer. One of the three collections acquired by the British government to form the British Museum Library, the library of Sir Robert Bruce Cotton is "arguably the most important collection of manuscripts ever assembled in Britain by a private individual." (Wright, Sir Robert Cotton as Collector). Its greatness lies not only in the presence of spectacular treasures (such as the Lindisfarne Gospels and the only surviving manuscript of Beowulf) but also as the product of Cotton's forty-year effort to preserve manuscript materials, principally relating to England's history and governmental affairs, that would have otherwise likely been lost. Located in Cotton House in the Palace of Westminster, the library was housed in a narrow room measuring 37' x 6', in an unusual arrangement. A bronze bust of each of the Roman emperors, from Julius Caesar to Domitian (plus Cleopatra and Faustina) was mounted at the head of each bookpress. This "Emperor" designation for a bookpress formed part of the pressmark and was the means by which a particular manuscript volume was located. Compiled by Thomas Smith (1638-1710), the catalogue lists about 6,500 manuscripts in 950 volumes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: George Ong Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2011-05-21 07:48:59
Coronelli, Vincenzo Maria:
Venice, c. 1696. Copper engraving, 43 x 27 cms, black and white, restoration to elaborate border dividing the two images (3 x 0.4 cms hole neatly closed), blank verso; from 'Isolario dell'Atlante Veneto', perhaps the last of the great Italian ‘island books'. If Coronelli's St Paul's differs somewhat from the cathedral we know, it's worth bearing in mind that Wren's building only came into use in 1697 and was officially completed in 1708. Print
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2011-04-07 06:13:31
Corpus iuris canonici].
Basel, Emanuel u. Johann Georg König, (1695-)1696. 5 Teile in 1 Band. (34) SS., 1280 Spp. (12) SS., 754 Spp., (1) S. (12) SS., 406 Spp., (1) S. (8) SS., 158 Spp., (81) SS. (4) SS., 236 Spp., (20), (16), (86) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Hübscher blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 3 erhabenen Bünden mit doppeltem goldgepr. Rückenschildchen. Verblaßter dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. 2 intakte Schließen. Gr.-4to. Prächtige Basler Gesamtausgabe der seit 1582 unter diesem Titel herausgegebenen päpstlichen Rechtsbücher. "Das kanonische Recht hatte weite Felder, die sich mit dem römischen (weltlichen) Recht überlappten, großteils ergänzten sich beide Rechtssysteme: ius utrumque. Körperschaftsrecht, Strafrecht. Eherecht, Erbrecht, Eigentumsrecht, Vertragsrecht und vor allem Verfahrensrecht waren auch systematisch Gebiete des kirchlichen Rechts. Die gut ausgebaute und bestens funktionierende Rechtsprechung, die stets auch mit ausgezeichnet ausgebildeten Juristen besetzt waren, prägte das Abendland und hatte auch Vorbildfunktion. Die Materien des kirchlichen Rechts waren [bis ins] 18. Jahrhundert Gegenstand des Rechtsunterrichts" (Auvermann & Keip, Kat. Mundus Iuris, S. 22f). Enthält ferner (mit eigenem Titelblatt) die Einführung des Giovanni Paolo Lancellotti (1522-90) in das Kirchenrecht. - Papierbedingt teils unterschiedlich braunfleckig; der schön blindgepr. Einband wenig berieben und insgesamt außergewöhnlich frisch. Exemplar aus der Stiftsbibliothek Klosterneuburg mit hs. Besitzvermerk (dat. 1761) am Titel. VD 17, 1:009956Y. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2011-04-05 11:46:54
Church of England)
London: E. Jones, 1696. Hardcover. 12mo. Engraved frontispiece. Full calf, probably 18th century or early 19th century. Spine in 6 compartments; red lettering label, gilt; the remaining compartments with a Maltese cross impressed in blind. Plain endpapers. 19th century ownership signature scrawled across the title page. Light scuffing to the binding, some staining and soil to the text, front inner hinge neatly mended, else a very good copy. Includes the Psalter and rites of ordination: 'Una cum Psalterio seu Psalmis Davidis, Ea Punctatione distinctis, qua Cantari aut Recitari debent in ECCLESIIS, Itemque Forma & Modus Faciendi, Ordinandi & Consecrandi Episcopos, Presbyteros, Diaconos.' Wing B3694A; ESTC R214201. Very good. Item #16958.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.]
2011-03-10 02:54:55
Lamy R. P. ; Hardouin R. P.
1696 - Suite du Traite Historique de l'ancienne Paque Juifs: Lettre Du P. Lamy Au R. P. F. P. D. L. O. Dans Laquelle Il Eclaircit Quelques Points De La Nouvelle Harmonie, Ou Concorde Des Quatre Evangelistes (1694) 120 pages; + Reflexions Sur La Nouveau Sisteme Du R. P. Hardouin Jesuite, Touchant La Derniere Paque De J. C. N. S (1693) 94 pages; + Response Du R. P. Lamy, Pretre De L'oratoire, A La Lettre De Mr De Tillemont, Sur La Derniere Pasque De Nostre Seigneur (1694) 128 pages; + Reflexions Sur Le Sisteme De Louis De Leon, Touchant la derniere Paque de Jesus-Christ notre - Seigneur (1695) 62 pages. + Reflexions Sur La Lettre D'un Docteur De Sorbonne, A Un Docteur De la meme Maison: E T sur l'Histoire Evangelique du R. P. Pezron de L'Ordre de Citeaux (1696) 66 pages. The cover is a bit loose; the spine is weary; First page is missing; 5 books bound together. A book of great rarity. Please contact us via e_mail if you have any questions regarding the book and for photographs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: BookStore Jerusalem
2011-03-07 12:38:46
[CATHOLIC CHURCH, Liturgy and Ritual.]
Lutetiae Parisiorum [i.e. Paris]: ex aedibus Leonardianis, 1696. Large folio, pp. [4], 480, clxxvi; preceding are 8 manuscript leaves (of various sizes) containing 3 settings of the Credo, and between pp. 218-19 (in the Mass for Holy Saturday) are 3 additional manuscript leaves, and 2 more manuscript leaves at the end containing a Credo; engraved vignette title-p. printed in red and black, pages printed with musical scores in red and black throughout with many historiated woodcut initials; elaborate contemporary blindtooled pigskin over wooden boards, edges stained red (but occasionally faded), some soiling, a few early paper repairs, an occasional worm hole touching a handful of letters, slight loss of leather at corners, small abrasions on front cover; brass hasps and clasps preserved, and preserving as well the striped cloth page markers (10 in all ) held together by a plain brass head plate at the top edge. A Catholic Graduale containing the Propers of the Mass according to the Cistercian use, and employing the black notes and red staves of the Georgian musical notation. This copy was acquired by the Cisterian monastery in Salem in southern Germany (Baden) following the fire in 1697 that destroyed many of the buildings. The monastery secularized in 1802 and the library was moved to Peterhausen, and thence was sold to the University of Heidelberg. A portion of the library, including this volume, was acquired by Baron von Lassberg. The Lassberg collection of post-incunabula was sold en bloc to an Anglo-American bookselling consortium in 1999. The Cistercian Monastery at S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2011-03-01 21:51:02
Rotterdam, Isaak Naeranus, 1696. - Klein 4to. (XII)+85+(10) pp. (doorschoten met blanke pagina's). Met wapenschild op titelpag. (houtgravure). Lijsten van dijkgraven, hooge heemraden, rentmeesters enz.1302-1694. Gebonden. Kalfsleer uit de tijd, rug verguld. Goed ex. (Restant van oud label om rug geplakt; papier hier en daar wat verbruind.
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat
2011-03-01 01:48:09
Trier -
Kupferstich von P.B. Bouttats, nach 1696. 26,8 x 17,4 cm (H). Rosar Nr. 4.13.2 Zeigt zwei Ansichten übereinander auf einem Blatt. Die obere Ansicht zeigt die belagerte Stadt Trier vom Markusberg auf den anderen Moselseite aus gesehen. Beherrscht wird die Stadtansicht von der monumental überhöhten Liebfrauenkirche und dem etwas kleiner dargestellten Dom. Außerhalb der Stadtmauern sind die Abteien und die Ruinen der Barbarathermen dargestellt. Die untere Darstellung zeigt die Schacht an der Konzer Brücke. Beide Darstellungen sind durch Zahlen oder Buchstaben numeriert. Unten rechts befindet sich die Signatur "P.B. Bouttats fecit.". Bouttats hat wohl die detailreiche Ansicht von Kraus-Waldtmann kopiert. Selten!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2011-02-25 20:53:51
Saint-Jure, Jean-Baptiste (Joannis):
Philipp Fievet, Wien / Johann Caspar Bencards, Dillingen 1696 / 1697. 2 Bände (Hauptband und Ergänzungsband "Geistlicher Mensch (...) Das andere Buch") in einem Band. gestochenes Frontispiz, zweifarbiges Titelblatt, 6 Bll., 616 S., 3 Bll., / 4 Bll., 423 S., 12 Bll., 8°, Ganzledereinband der Zeit, Einband berieben, Kanten stark bestoßen, Kapitale unfachmännisch mit neuerem Lederstreifen verstärkt, Papier stärker gebräunt, braun-/stockfleckig, die zweite Hälfte des zweiten Bandes mit altem Wasserrand, Vorsatz und Titel in der Falz angelockert / angelöst, innen ansonsten noch ordentlich, Versand D: 5,50 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hagena & Schulte GbR [Grafschaft-Ringen, Germany]

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