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2010-10-04 15:28:54
Gedalia ibn Yahya
Proops Brothers, Amsterdam, 1697. 12mo. 8 pages, 100 leaves. Original leather, tooled with a beautiful decorative design. Raised bands, bottom third of spine missing, heavy age wear on binidng. A very important and popular work on Jewish history from time of creation to the 16th century, including biographies of rabbinic personalities. The history is infused with stories which made the work very popular. Writing on pasted endpaper and free frontendpaper. Small stamp of previous owner, M.A. Halevy on outside margin of title page and last page. Hinges starting. Last few pages creased. Page 62 has a fold. Staining to top edge of some pages, not affecting text. Rippling to pages. Text in Hebrew, in 'Rashi script.' Binding poor to fair, interior overall good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2010-07-30 20:10:40
D'affigny, Marius
Printed By J.D. For Andr. Bell at the Cross Keys in Bible in Cornhil Near Stocks Market,, London, 1697. Pp.xxiv, 91. Original 17th century edition. Rebound in brown cloth with title gilt on spine. Rare and scarce. Size: 12 Mo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dublin Bookbrowsers [Dublin, NONE, Ireland]
2010-05-29 03:50:06
WHITWORTH (Charles)
- progressively from the Year 1697 to 1773: also of the Trade to each Particular Country, during the above Period, distinguishing each Year. In Two Parts. With a Preface and Introduction, First Edition, 2, lxx, 79, 2, 91pp folio, modern calf backed marbled boards old style, a very good copy, London, Robinson, 1776. Goldsmith 11428 - the sole edition. Adam Smith had a copy of this book in his library - see Bonar, p.196. The present book is notable for its early descriptions of the various trading countries and the commodities they produced - a great deal of information is given on America. Photograph available on request.
Bookseller: Jeffrey Stern Antiquarian/STERN ACADEMIC
2010-05-04 20:51:09
Coke Edward
Printed by the Assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkyns, Esquires [etc.], London, 1697. Contemporary blind-panelled calf, gilt, rubbed, joints cracking but quite firm, some foxing and browning, yet a crisp copy The last 17th century edition of the seventh part of the "Reports", containing in its preface Coke's rejoinder to the polemic levelled against his speech and charge at the Norwich assises, and beginning with Coke's famed report of "Calvin's Case" [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2010-05-01 11:55:56
[Dryden, trans.] Virgil
London: Jacob Tonson, 1697. First Edition. With a finely engraved titlepage and sculptural frontispiece and 101 additional and very beautiful full page copper engraved plates. Folio in fours, (334 x 220mm.), contemporary calf, the spine with raised bands and lettering label gilt, skillfully rebacked using original materials at some point in time. 690 pp. A decent and well preserved copy, solid and sound with the paper occasionally toned or mellowed by time, occasional spotting as might be typical. Plate and engravings in good order though with these particular attributes. An exquisitely printed work. The quality of the engraving work is absolutely superb and the setting of the type of the very highest quality. Having this book in one’s hands makes one reflect upon how wonderful a folio edition of Shakespeare might have been had Tonson ever undertaken the task. Dryden’s translation, first published one year previous to this edition, one much acclaim and in fact would remain the standard for generations.
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.
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2010-05-01 10:38:44
PINDAROS [PINDARUS].
Oxonii [Oxford], E Theatro Sheldoniano [Sheldonian Theatre], 1697. Gestoch. Titel, Frontispiz, [18] Bl., 497 S., [46] Bl., 77 S. [1] Bl. Folio. Leder d. Zt. auf 6 Bünden mit Blindpräg. u. weinrotem Rückenschild. ¶ Pindaros (522-445 v. Chr.). - Erster Druck der ersten in England erschien. Pindaros-Ausgabe. Zweispaltiger griech.-latein. Paralleltext, einspaltige Kommentare in eleganter Kursivschrift. "Sehr selten. ... Die Uebers. ist aus Schmid's Ausg. genommen, so auch das Beste in den Noten. Varr. aus 5 Bodlejan. Mscr., Sudorius lat. Uebers. u. Benedict's Paraphrase sind beigefügt" (Schweiger, 236). - Nicolas Le Sueur (1545-1594), franz. Jurist und Philologe. - Die letzten 77 S. (einer anderen Papiercharge) enth. "Pindari Opera Omnia Viz. Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, & Isthmia / Latino carmina reddita per Nicolaum Sudorium in Curia Parisiensi Inquisitionum Præsidem". - Gedruckt bei Fitz-Herbert Adams. - Auf grossem Papier. - Kapitale angeplatzt, Deckel mit Schabspuren; Titel u. Frontispiz mässig, sonst vereinzelt braun- o. stockfleckig, lagenweise schwacher Wasserrand. S. 275/276 mit Quetschfalte u. unterlegtem Einriss. - Selten!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Pabel [Germany]
2010-04-30 14:51:05
[Cox, Nicholas]
London: Printed by J. Dawks, for N. Rolls, in Petty-Canons-Hall, in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1697. Fourth edition. Engraved frontispiece and 4 folding plates. [10], 138, 91, 2-78, 71, 90; [8, tables], 101. [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Bound in full 18th-century panelled calf, with new spine and red leather lettering piece. Very good copy. Bookplates of William Pinkerton (ink signature G.M. Rivington Wilson on bottom), and of Charles Dunlap. Fourth edition. Engraved frontispiece and 4 folding plates. [10], 138, 91, 2-78, 71, 90; [8, tables], 101. [1] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. "Cox's book is well composed, comprehensive, and compact. It fills a space in the not overcrowded list of old English hunting and hawking books and certainly compares favourably with John Ray's additions to the 'Ornithology,' which deal with fowling and hawking" (Schwerdt I, p. 123). As for the angling section, "Nicholas Cox is of the superstitious, astrological, necromantical order of angling writers. He makes us acquainted with divers miraculous streams and unaccountable fishes." (See long note in Westwood & Satchell, pp. 68-69.). Wing C-6706; Schwerdt I, pp. 122-23; Westwood & Satchell, pp. 68-69; Sherwin (1946), lot 146 (part); Maclay Sale lot 173
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2010-04-29 23:18:01
John Locke
London: printed by H Clarke, 1697. First edition. Hardcover. Good. Period full natural tan calf leather binding. 12mo. 4 3/4" x 7 1/2". [i]/ 174 pages. [i]/ 7 pages. [1 page errata] + 4 pages of publishers adverts. Lacks front and rear blank end page. Owners name reads ex. libris Thomas Young. A further owners name is on the top edge of the title page. Title page water stained and torn to edges with 15% loss. not effecting the print. Edges worn with slight loss to head and foot of the spine. Page corners worn and creased with some loss.
Bookseller: Golden Books Group
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2010-04-28 12:45:42
Louis Hennepin
Guillaume Broedelet 1697 Utrecht, 1697 Good lacking back board 1st Hardbound 12mo 506p Internally very good to fine. Engraved and printed title pages, two folding engraved plates two large folding engraved maps. Plates are of an American buffalo and the FIRST STATE OF THE FIRST PUBLISHED VIEW OF NIAGRA FALLS, the height of which Hennepin, in his usual manner, exaggerated to 600 feet. This work also includes Hennepin's pretended expedition to the mouth of the Mississippi, which he appropriated from Le Clercq's "Premier Establissement de la Foy dans la Nouvelle France (Paris 1691)" Despite Hennepin's propensity to exaggerate and even plagiarize, Nouvelle decouverte remains one of the most important volumes in early history of North America. He lived for eleven years on this continent and penetrated farther into the then unknown interior than anyone before him (Lande 423 note). Streeter I:104, Howes H416. Howes rate this item as an e.. Hardcover.
Bookseller: The Book Collector
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2010-04-15 19:07:29
Joh. Francisco Buddeo
Johann. Frid. Zeidlerl. Madgeburgicae: Johann, Firdk. Zeiderl, 1697. Small octavo [30], 704 pages. Contemporary full vellum, early ink notations in several margins and on rear blank. Latin. Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [U.S.A.]
2010-04-14 09:51:07
Coronelli, Vincenzo (1650-1718)
Venice, 1697. A globe gore of the Dutch discoveries in the Spice Islands, Papua New Guinea and Australia from the northwest Cape to the Gulf of Carpentaria around Weipa. The map incorporates the discoveries of Tasman's 1st and 2nd voyages in 1642 to 1644; Hartog's discoveries in Eendracht in 1616 in the Concordia; de Witt's discoveries in 1628 on the northwest coast. There is also reference made to discoveries by van Colster in the Arnhem and Carstensz in the Pera in 1623. Coronelli also refers to the uncertainty regarding the location of Marco Polo's "Java Minor", noting that while in the opinion of some it could be identified with Sumatra, others believed it to be Sumbawa or New Holland. The Italian text below the map which is headed "Nuova Guinea". Lovely vignettes of a fanciful "Australian native life" including palm trees, elephants and deer. One of the most attractive early Australian maps. Copper engraved map 28x23 cm with descriptive text in Italian beneath the map and on the verso of a folio size sheet. There is 3mm hole in the very low margin. Otherwise in excellent , crisp condition. Clancy p.41, ill.2.13, Clancy p.93, ill.94-95, Tooley p49, no. 352. Shirley, R. Maps in the atlases of the British Library, T.CORO-13a.
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints [U.S.A.]
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2010-03-28 05:14:39
a Kempis, Thomas
Abel Roper/Roger Clavel, London, 1697. ".commonly ascrib'd to Thomas a Kempis, Made English by Luke Milbourne, a Presbyter of the Church of England". This is an awkward verse translation, the 1st edition thus, quite rare. A good copy in a restored hardcover binding with new endpapers and leather spine. Original leather boards are worn on all edges; there is a chip from the lower corner of the frontis page; entire volume is moderately foxed. 328 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: PAGE ONE TOO [Albuquerque, NM, U.S.A.]
2010-03-25 08:46:27
Delphinus, Hieronymus (pseud.?)
Halle: 1697. Second edition (preceded by the first edition of 1685). [8], 159 pp. Text in Latin and German. 1 vols. 8vo. EUNUCHS. Judicial and theological opinions (in Latin and German) regarding the controversial marriage in 1666 of the castrato and court favorite, Bartolomeo de Sorlisi, with a young Dresden girl, Dorothy Lichtwer. The discovery of the marriage, which had the blessing of Johann Georg II, Elector of Saxony, provoked a cry of outrage in many circles, including the Lutheran theological establishment as well many in the legal community, and Sorlisi soon became the unfortunate victim of much abuse and mockery. Upon his death in 1672, the marriage was adnnulled in 1672, but the firestorm of controversy which erupted did not abate for many years to come. So controversial was the Sorlisi-Lichter marriage, however, that EUNUCHI CONIUGIUM went through a total of nine editions, of which this is the second. Editions followed of 1718, 1730, 1737, and 1759. OCLC locates only four copies in the US of the first (Harvard, Harvard Law, NY Academy of Medicine, and UCLA); of this second edition, only one copy is found in the US (Harvard Law). Gay-Lemonnyer. Bibl. des ouvrages relatifs à l'amour (4. éd.); II, col. 193. Disbound. Title page a little soiled, slightly foxing hear and there, a few leaves dog-eared.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-03-03 22:24:46
de Vallemont, Pierre Le Lorrain
a Amsterdam, Suivant la Copie imprimée a Paris chez Jean Anisson MDCXCVII (1697), in-12, 2nde édition corrigée, augmentée & enrichie de figures en Tailles-douces, (30)+392p avec frontespice gravée et 22 planches gravées de 224 armoiries + (8)+463p. Reliures plein veau de l'epoque sur cinque nerfs, pièces du titre maroquin doré, doses richement ornées d'or, coines des plates dorées, tranches jaspées; ongles avec crevasses aux bouts, feuille de titre tome I manque le coin bas, 1 planche avec accroc. 6 parts en 2 volumes.
Bookseller: Antikvariatet i Norrköping [SE]
2010-03-03 16:14:24
N/a
London - E. Whitlock, 1697 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Disbound pamphlet attributed to Francis Atterbury, after material supplied to him by Bartholomew Shower. Francis Atterbury (16631732), was bishop of Rochester, a politician, and a Jacobite conspirator. Atterbury became occupied in the dispute between the High Church and Low Church. The majority of the clergy were on the High Church side; the majority of King William's bishops were inclined to latitudinarianism. In 1700 the Convocation, of which the lower house was overwhelmingly Tory, met after a gap of ten years. Atterbury threw himself with characteristic energy into the controversy, publishing a series of treatises. His Letter to a Convocation Man, which, by setting out the case for the right of the convocation of the Church of England to meet alongside parliament, set in train the so-called convocation controversy, and launched not only the high-church agitation for ecclesiastical reform, but Atterbury's own career in ecclesiastical politics. The pamphlet was published anonymously, and although some suspected Atterbury as the author, none could be sure. Its effect was sensational, and Thomas Tenison, archbishop of Canterbury, alarmed at the political implications of any popular pressure for the recall of convocation, encouraged William Wake, himself a future archbishop, to publish a response. Condition: The binding is generally firm and the majority of the pages are attached. The half title and title pages, and pages 65 to 68 are detached but present. Pages 57 to 64 are attached by one cord only. The pamphlet is dis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2010-01-15 11:20:32
Coke, Edward
The last 17th century edition of the seventh part of the "Reports", containing in its preface Coke's rejoinder to the polemic levelled against his speech and charge at the Norwich assises, and beginning with Coke's famed report of "Calvin's Case". Contemporary blind-panelled calf, gilt, rubbed, joints cracking but quite firm, some foxing and browning, yet a crisp copy. Printed by the Assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkyns, Esquires [etc.], London, 1697.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2010-01-10 23:30:49
COLLIER.JEREMY.;
Printed for R.Sace and H.Hindmarsh.London.,1697. SECOND EDITION,corrected and much enlarged.2 parts in one 8vo volume.vi,222.viii,190.2pp publishers advert leaf.The second part with its own title page and pagination.Previous owners name on first title page.A very good copy lacking the blank free endpapers,the printed books complete.Contemporary full brown speckled calf with blind tooled ruled and decorative borders.Spine with four raised bands,the compartments ruled in blind.New red title label to spine,lettered and ruled in gilt.Overall a near very god copy.:bind.phil.reli.
Bookseller: Paul Foster Books [United Kingdom]
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2009-12-10 16:30:19
Sturlasson, Snorre
Wankiwianis, Stockholm, 1697. På svenska/latin. 25+830 sidor. Samtida skinnband. Upphöjda bind. För och eftersättsblad saknas. Gravyr på titelbladet. Bandet något nött, med en äldre lagning i ryggens överkant. Inlagan i fint skick.. Sturlasson, Snorre ca 1179 - 1241. Första svenska översättningen av Heims Kringla
Bookseller: Jones Antikvariat
2009-12-06 13:00:27
Jones D[avid]. Gent
London: R. Baldwin, 1697. First edition. 8vo, contemporary full calf, the spine with blind tooled compartments between raised bands, one compartment with a paper title label lettered in manuscript, board edges tooled in blind, page edges sprinkled red. [xii], 80, 80, 80, 64, 80, 110 pp. A very pleasing and finely preserved copy, internally, quite fresh and clean, the paper crisp and the text-block sturdy and sound, the contemporary binding solid and with minor age-wear at the extremities. FIRST EDITION OF WHAT LOWNDES CALLED “A SCANDALOUS WORK.” The author, a captain in the King’s Life Guards, published this series of letters reputed to be between and English peer and a French official between 1676 and 1689, claiming them to be secret diplomatic transactions previously concealed and now divulged. Modern historians are unsure and opinions conflicting in how much accuracy or reliance can be placed on the text. The author wrote a number of other historical works.
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2009-11-30 19:20:04
MENSO ALTING the YOUNGER
A10850 All with attractive cartouches. Near Fine. 425 x 320 mm approx.. Map.
Bookseller: Roger Collicott Books [Widecombe in the Moor, DEVON, United Kingdom]
2009-11-17 09:32:47
SPANISH LITERATURE: 17TH CENTURY].Quevedo Y Villegas, Francisco Gómez De.
London: Printed for R. Sare, F. Saunders and Tho. Bennet, 1697. - The first English translation of Quevedo's La Hora de Todos y la Fortuna con Seso, a biting satire of Spanish politics under the king's minister Olivaries, written under the guise of a prose fantasy. As a writer of prose satire, Ouevedo is of the first rank in Spanish literature. John Stevens was a prolific translator of Spanish literature and author on subjects Spanish. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf, gilt decorated spine. Wing Q-188. Binding somewhat rubbed, but internally a fine, clean copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop, ABAA
2009-11-16 17:57:02
[SPANISH LITERATURE]. Quevedo Y Villegas, Francisco Gomez De.
London: Printed for R. Sare, F. Saunders and Tho. Bennet, 1697. First edition in English. 8vo, contemporary mottled calf, gilt decorated and lettered spine. ¶ The first English translation of Quevedo's La Hora de Todos y la Fortuna con Seso, a biting satire of Spanish politics under the king's minister Olivaries, written under the guise of a prose fantasy. As a writer of prose satire, Ouevedo is of the first rank in Spanish literature. John Stevens was a prolific translator of Spanish literature and author on subjects Spanish. Binding, particularly the spine, rubbed; text fine.
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
2009-10-29 03:50:09
Den swenska wäl-öfwade jord-gumman hwilken grundeligen underwijser huru med en hafwande handlas/ en wåndande hielpas/ en barna-qwinna handteras/ och det nyfödda barnet skiötas skal. Mäst effter egen förfarenhet/ jemte wäl-öfwade personers skriffter/ alla läkare och feldscherer; men särdeles barnmoderskor och huusmödrar till gagn och nytta/ med tienliga figurer författat; och med kongl. maij:tz nådigste privilegio, samt wederbörandes approbation på egen bekostning utgifwin. Sthlm, N. Goldenaus tryckerij, 1697. 8:o. Extra grav. titelblad,(20),20,(4),1-328,(20,2 blanka) s. & 11 grav. plr. + PORTAL, PAUL. Then swenska wälöfwade jorde-gummans andra deel. Bestående uti ottatijo märckwärdige förlosningar, förrättade/ och på fransöska beskrefne. Men nu/ förtheras förträflighet/ på swenska öfwersatte och med några tienliga påminnelser, uthgifne af Johan von Hoorn. Sthlm, H. C. Merckell, 1723. 8:o. (32),233,(6) s. Två fina pergamentbd med infärgade titelfält (Johanna Röjgård). Stänkta snitt. Bra inlagor med enstaka lager- och småfläckar. Små rostfläckar på s. 3 och 263 i del I och på s. 47-48 och 229-30 i del II. Några lättare solkfläckar på s. 208-09 i del I och ett brännhål med liten textförlust på s. 321-22 samt en gultonad fuktfläck i nedre hörnet på s. 323-26. Små revor i yttermarginalen på s. 91 i del II. Med Trolleholmsbibliotekets stpl på första delens extra grav. titelblad.. Collijn Sveriges bibliografi 1600-talet 398-99. Bibliotheca Walleriana 4882 och 7577. Med två dikter av Sofia Elisabeth Brenner i första delen och en av Johan Lindestolpe i den andra. Ett porträtt förest … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2009-09-24 16:26:15
LE TELLIER Charles Maurice & ARCHEVÊQUE DUC DE REIMS
- Chez Jean Anisson, à Paris 1697, in-12 (10x17cm), 156pp. (2), relié. - First Edition. Periodo di pelle di pecora pieno. Torna lavorato in rilievo. una coda giglio coronato. Caps lisi. Due tesi sono stati pubblicati nel 1696 dai Gesuiti di Reims sul primato dottrinale di Molina sulla grazia, e proclamato come un dogma della Chiesa cattolica. Preoccupato per la pericolosità di queste teorie per la chiesa e l'università teologica di Reims, arcivescovo di Reims ritenuto opportuno esaminare il contenuto ed esporlo. Questa disputa teologica illustra il conflitto latente tra i gesuiti ei prelati della Chiesa cattolica. Il nome del proprietario è stata barrata sul frontespizio. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en pleine basane d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. une fleur de lys couronnée en queue. Coiffes élimées. Deux thèses furent publiées en 1696 par des Jésuites de Reims sur la prééminence doctrinale de Molina concernant la grâce, et l'annoncèrent comme un dogme pour l'église catholique. Soucieux de la dangerosité de ces thèses pour l'église et l'université theologique de Reims, l'archevêque de Reims crut bon d'en étudier le contenu et de l'exposer. Cette querelle théologique illustre le conflit latent entre les jésuites et les prélats de l'église catholique. Le nom du possesseur a été biffé sur la page de titre.
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2009-09-07 15:58:57
Gansler, Rupert
Augsburg, Bencard 1697. Augsburg, Bencard 1697. 20 cm. (16 einschl. Frontispiz), 464, (16) Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz von Jacob Müller, Titel rot und schwarz. Festeinband, Ledereinband der Zeit mit Rücken-Blindprägung - Faber du Faur 1137 - Hayn / Gotendorf II, 500f. - Heitjan, Bencard Nr. 593 - VD17 12:108108L - Mit Namenverzeichnis der zitierten Autoren. "Es sind dies eine Anzahl Tractate im Geschmacke des Abraham a St. Clara und fast ebenso reich an Witz, Laune und Humor wie die Werke seines Vorgängers" (ADB VIII, 365). "This mixture of the learned and the burlesque is typically Southern German and found no parallel on the Protestant side" (Faber du Faur). Das Werk wurde später auf 3 Bände erweitert. Einband berieben, Kanten teilweise abgestoßen, Innendeckel Wurmspuren, teilweise stockfleckig -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-05-22 11:26:22
Cornelius NEPOTIS [C. NEPOS]
Johan Crooke, E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1697. 8vo., text in Latin and Greek, with a fine engraved frontispiece, engraved title-vignette and 25 engraved headpieces, small blank portion removed from front free endpaper; firmly bound in seventeenth century full panelled speckled calf, sides with blind panel enclosed by a double Oxford frame stopped at corners with a floral spray all in blind, the whole enclosing a speckled calf panel with a triple frame in blind, back with four raised bands, second compartment with paper label lettered in MS, all other compartments framed in blind, doublures tooled in gilt, speckled edges, a remarkably bright, fresh, crisp copy in wholly unrestored and most attractive contemporary binding. With the imprimatur of Fitzherbert Adams, Vice-Can of Oxford, dated 26 Dec 1696. This copy was formerly in the library of Thomas Talbot of Oriel College Oxford, and bears his eighteenth century signature on front paste-down. There is a second eighteenth century signature on front free endpaper. Cornelius Nepos' most famous work was first published in the reign of Theodosius I. This edition adds to the original accounts of twenty-two Greek and Carthaginian commanders his additional accounts of the Romans Cato and T. Pomp. Atticus. The edition is dedicated by the editor to Sir Roger Mostyn (1673-1734), third baronet of Mostyn Hall and MP for Flintshire and Cheshire between 1701 and 1734. The text of the Aristomenis is in Greek. The engravings are by the Dutch artist M. Burghers, who produced a number of the splendid plates for Plot's 'Staffordshire'. A lovely cop … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquarian bookshop Island Books [GB]
2009-04-23 15:16:03
Aquarellierte Federzeichnung um 1697. 45.5x91 cm. - Gent mit Umgebung bis Deinze, zeigt auch den Kanal von Gent nach Brügge, Leie und Ooidonk. Eingezeichnet sind die Truppenaufstellungen eines Lagers der Armee Maximilians II. Emanuel, Kurfürsten von Bayern. Er war 1691 von König Karl II. von Spanien zum Generalstatthalter der Niederlande ernannt worden und kämpfte im Pfälzer Erbfolgekrieg 1688 - 1697 auf den niederländischen Kriegsschauplätzen gegen Frankreich. Hübsche figürliche Kartusche mit militärischem Beiwerk, detaillierte Darstellung in schwarzer Tuschumrandung. Kurze Randeinrisse hinterlegt.
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-03-15 07:20:25
BULIFON Antonio.
In Pozzuoli e Napoli, presso Antonio Bulifon, 1693-1697 - Quattro volumi in 16mo; pp. 20 n.nn., pp. 466, 12 n.nn.; 12 n.nn., 399, 9 n.nn.; 12 n.nn., 355, 5 n.nn.; 12 n.nn., 373, 9 n.nn. 13 tavole incise in rame fuori testo di cui una piu' volte spieghevole. Insegna tipografica ai quattro frontespizi. Bazzana coeva, dorsi a cordoni con titolo e ricchi fregi in oro, abrasioni alle cuffie ed ad un dorso. Il volume IV in pergamena coeva. Raccolta rarissima che contiene 8 lettere di Galileo Galilei poco note. Volume primo: Lettera a Curzio Piacchena delle virtu' di un pezzo di calamita di cinque libbre datata Padova 16 di Novembre 1607; Lettera a Francesco Rinuccini innalzando l'Ariosto sopra il Tasso datata Arcetri 19 Maggio 1640. Volume quarto: Lettera al Principe Federico Cesi Principe dell'Accademia de' Lincei di varie faccende letterarie datata dalle Selve li 5 di Gennaio 1612. Il Galilei, "rimettendosi alla determinazione di V.E. e degli altri Signori Lincei" propone come titolo della sua opera di prossima pubblicazione: "Historia e dimostrazioni intorno alle Macchie Solari e loro accidenti ."; Lettera al medesimo su le stesse materie datata dalle Selve li 25 di Gennaro 1612. Galilei scrive di mutazioni da apportare al testo "che davano fastidio al Revisore"; Lettera al detto Principe Cesi su l'istesso soggetto datata dalla Villa delle Selve li 12 Maggio 1612. In questa lettera Galilei tratta della pubblicazione del "Discorso intorno alle cose che stanno sull'acqua"; Lettera dello stesso al medesimo intorno alle Macchie Solari datata Firenze li 26 di Maggio 1612. Informa i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: CASELLA STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO ALAI-ILAB
2009-03-15 07:17:37
Sammelband - Martin Luther
Jena, Dresden und Leipzig, Cölln bzw. Köln (d.i Büdingen), Leipzig. 8°, 1697-1703 u. ca. 1703. 1. Druck (1. Titel), 2. Druck (2. Titel), 1. Druck (3. Titel), früher Nachdruck der EA von 1702 (4. Titel)., 90 S., 1 Bl., 1 weisses Bl., 1 Doppelblatt (Titel), 4 Bll., 338 S., 111 S., 8 Bll., 174 S. 4 Titel in 1 Band. Pergamentband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit handschriftl. Rückentitel. Ohne das gest. Frontispiz (Portrait) des ersten Titels. Enthält: 1. Hoffmann, Gottfried (hier anonym): Curieuser Geschichts-Calender, des Hocherleuchteten und von Gott zur Verbesserung der Christlichen Kirchen auserwehlten Mannes D. Martin Lutheri, darinnen sein geführtes Gottseliges Leben und seeliges Absterben, wie auch seine um der Evangelischen Wahrheit willen erlittene viele Verfolgungen (.) nebst verschiedenen zur Erläuterung der Kirchen-Historie des vorigen Jahr-Hunderts dienliche Merckwürdigkeiten enthalten, und auf eine neue Art vorgestellet worden. 1. Druck Leipzig, Friedrich Groschuff, 1697.(90 S., 2 Bll., davon das letzte weiss - ohne das Titelportrait); 2. Baier, Johann Wilhelm: Gründliche Erweisung daß Lutherus, und die es Ihm gehalten weder an der Trennung der Kirchen noch der Ihnen beygemessenen Ketzereyen schuldig seyn (.). 2. Druck (zuerst 1695). (Jena), Johann Bielcke, 1697. (doppelblattgrosser Titel, 4 Bll., 338 S.); 3. Hilscher, Paul Christian: Beantwortung eines Päpstischen Büchleins, so unter dem Titul: Strittige Glaubens-Fragen von einem Ohne-Nahmen zu Prage Anno 1702. mit Bewilligung der hohen Obrigkeit, heraus kommen. Dresden und Leipzig, Johann Christoph Mieth, 1703. (1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2009-03-04 17:11:10
Tachenius, Otto
Autor/es: Tachenius Otto Editorial: Imp. Combi & La Nouij. Fecha Edicion: 1697. Lengua de Publicacion: latin. Subtitol: per ignem & aquam methodo inaudita : nouissimi salis viperini antiquissima fundamenta ostendens Accessit eiusdem authoris De morborum principe tractatus. Ciudad: Venecia. Tamaño: 15 (cm). Descripcion Frontis (con fecha 1678) 460 pag. 2 h. y 2 blancas. Marca tipografica en la portada que se representa Minerva. Pequeñas perdidas de papel en el frontis. Sigue: Ottonis Tachenii antiquissimae Hippocraticae medicinae clavis. Manuali experientia in naturae fontibus elaborata qua per ignem et aquam inaudita methodo occulta natura et artis compendiosa operandi ratione manifesta fiunt et dilucide aperiuntur. Imp. Combi & La Nouij. Venecia 1697. 208 pag. 1 h. 2 blancas. Error tipografico de paginacion: de la 49 a la 60 pero texto completo. Marca tipografica en la portada. Perdida en la parte superior de la portada afectando letras del titulo. Dos obras enc. en un vol. en pergamino de epoca deslucido. Papel oscurecido. Sinopsi: Otto Tachenius Tackenius nacio en la primera mitad del siglo XVII aunque se desconoce la fecha exacta en Herford (Alemania). Se dedico al estudio de la farmacologia la iatroquimica y la alquimia. Hacia 1640 parte hacia Prusia donde trabajo como aprendiz de apoticario en Lemgo Kiel y Danzig. En 1644 se fue a Italia donde estudio medicina en la universidad de Padua. Cuando obtuvo el titulo de doctor en medicina en 1652 se traslado a Venecia donde preparaba su remedio sal viperinum. Es conocido tambien por descubrir un procedimiento para obtener a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquària Malda, Llibreria [Barcelona, Spain]
2009-03-03 22:14:43
DIEUSSART, Karl Philip [Carlo Philippo]
Bamberg: Johann Jacob Immel, 1697. hardcover. very good(+). 2 engraved half title pages, and illustrated with 65 leaves of fine engraved plates. [4], 101pp of text. Folio (measures 16 x 10.5 inches), bound in full old vellum (soiled); red edges. Bamberg: Getruckt bey Johann Jacob Immel, 1697. Text in German, printed mostly in double- column Gothic letters. A beautiful clean impression. Very scarce book with handsome plates. OCLC lists only 4 copies, including those at Cornell & Princeton Universities.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-02 03:12:47
Stahl, Georg Ernst; Coschwitz, Georg Daniel
Halae Magdeb., Litteris Christ. Henckelii, 1697, Kl.4°, 56; 62 pp., orig. Broschur. Georg Daniel Coschwitz, "Sohn eines Apothekenbesitzers, wurde 1670 in Konitz geboren, studirte Medicin in Halle, schloss sich hier der STAHL'schen Schule au und gelangte 1716 zur ausserordentlichen Professur in der Medicin. 1718 ward ihm in Bevorzugung gegen seinen weit tüchtigeren Collegen HEINRICH BASS die ordentliche Professur der Anatomie übertragen, und nun las er in der Folgezeit über Botanik, Anatomie, Chirurgie und Medicin. Er war ein fleissiger, aber massig begabter Mensch, als dessen Verdienste eigentlich nur die Erbauung eines anatomischen Theaters, das der Universität bis dahin vollständig fehlte, auf seine eigenen Kosten und die Fürsorge und Vervollständigung des ganz vernachlässigten botanischen Gartens zu verzeichnen sind. Neben seinen Lehrämtern war er noch Physicus, vielbeschäftigter Praktiker, besonders Geburtshelfer in Halle und Umgebung und Besitzer einer Apotheke. Literarisch bekannt wurde er hauptsächlich durch einige vorgebliche anatomische Entdeckungen, so von Klappen in den Ureteren: "De valvulis in ureteribus repertis" (Halle 1723, 4.), wo er fälschlich gewöhnliche Erweiterungen und Faltungen für Klappen ansah, und von einem neuen Speichelgange, der von den Glandulis submaxillaris und sublingualis ausgehend einen Bogen auf dem Zungenrücken in der Nähe der Epiglottis machen sollte, von wo aus zahlreiche Zweige über die Zunge vertheilt, an ihrer Oberfläche sich öffneten: "Ductus salivalis novus, per glandulas maxillares, sublinguales, linguamque excurrens, cum vasis l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2009-02-28 08:15:19
Coreal. Francois.
- JUSQU¿EN 1697. Traduits de L¿Espagnol avec une relation de la Guiane de Walter Raleigh & le Voyage de Narborougb á la Mer du Sud par le Detroit de Magellan. Ámsterdam. Chez F. Frederic Bernard. 1722. solo tomo II. 16x10 cm. 302 pp.+plano grabado y plegado de la ciudad de Lima + plano grabado y plegado de la Villa de Callao + grabado plegado de indio con canoa + grabado plegado(35x20 cm) vista desde el mar con barcos de la ciudad de Arica . Encuadernacion holandesa piel,nervios, tejuelos actual. contiene una relación en forma de diario de las Islas Palaos, en las Nuevas Filipinas, este tomo contiene: Peru ¿ Panama ¿ Popayán ¿ La Habana. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Torreón de Rueda [Spain]
2009-01-12 08:13:29
Daniel, Gabriel)
A Amsterdam (Rouen), chez Donato Donati 1697. 12mo (15,2 x 9 cm). 2 Bl., 414 S. 1 w. Bl. Gesprenkeltes Kalbsleder auf fünf Bünden mit braunem Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung, Stehkantenbordüre, Sprengschnitt. - Weller II, 127. Vgl. de Backer/Sommervogel II, 1797 f. Einige Blatt gering gebräunt, hin und wieder leicht altersfleckig, insgesamt aber sehr schönes Exemplar in einem dekorativen zeitgenössischen Einband. Auf dem Titel hs. Exlibris einer Klosterbibliothek.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Martin Sartorius [Köln, Germany]
2009-01-08 02:15:42
PELLICER DE OSAU SALAS Y TOVAR, José
Madrid 1697 - Fol.m, 124f (incl. port. con escudo grab. y otro escudo grab. en texto por Iuan de Noort), 4h (con escudo grab.) Perg. romana.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería
2008-11-30 01:19:41
Besold Christoph (1577-1638) - Besoldi Christophori
sumptibus Johannis Andreae Endteri filiorum, Norimbergae, 1697. Tagli colorati. Etichetta di collocazione al dorso, piccolo taglio orizzontale (5 cm circa) al piatto posteriore, perduti i risguardi, ex libris in seconda di copertina, foro all'ultima carta con perdita di qualche sillaba di testo Bell'antiporta calcografica su disegno di G. Strauch. Testatine finalini capilettera ornati e figurati bella marca tipografica al frontespizio parte del testo in gotico. (14) + 1138 + (48) p. 325x205 mm p.perg. coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [roma, ROMA, Italy]
2008-11-28 15:10:15
Defoe, Daniel
London: R.R. For Tho. Cockerill, 1697. This antique leatherbound first-edition volume is bound in calf with gilt spine lettering. Edgeworn; chipped at corners of covers, spine worn; covers detached but present. Ex-lib; bookplate on front inner board, some stamps on rear endpaper, but no external lib. markings, inner pages unmarked. Title page missing. Writing on rear endpaper that appears to be contemporaneous with the time of publication; unreadable. In this work, Defore advances his ideas on the role of women, arguing that "I have often thought of it as one of the most barbarous Customs in the world, considering us as a Civiliz'd and Christian Countrey, that we deny the advantages of Learning to Women ... " 336 pages; approx. 5"x8". IMAGE AT www.popeks.com/books/110249.jpg. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket.
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2008-09-05 08:43:22
Suetonius:
Amstelaedami [Amsterdam], apud Henricum Westenium., 1697. 8vo. pp. [xvi], 445, [xlii]. With additional engraved title, letterpress title printed in red and black, and with 12 engraved numismatic plates, facing the first page of each life. Some very light marginal waterstaining in the index, otherwise clean. Near contemporary sprinkled prize-sheep with fully gilt back, headcaps and corners slightly rubbed, and with the arms of Breda on the covers. Some staining to the lower cover. A reprint of the first Graevius edition of 1672. Book
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2008-04-28 12:38:02
Hoffmanswaldau, Christian Hofman von.
Leipzig, Bey Thomas Fritsch 1697-1703. 8:o. Ergraved frontispiece, (42),403,(1 blank); (16),362; (2),360,(4) pp. Contemporary wellum. New endpaper at rear. Joints repaired. Soiling to engraved frontispiece. Old sealing wax to paste-downs. Partly watersoiling to lower edge. 17,5 x 10,5 cm.[#\66130]
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB [Göteborg, Sweden]
2008-03-29 10:13:21
LA SALLE, René-Robert Cavalier de (1643-1687) TONTI, Henri de (1650-1704)
Paris: Jean Guignard, 1697. 8vo., (6 2/8 x 3 5/8 inches). 6-page publisher's catalogue at end. Title-page with woodcut device, woodcut head- and tail-pieces. Fine modern red morocco gilt, antique; preserved in a brown cloth clamshell box by Lamb & Buck. Provenance: near contemporary ownership inscription partially obscured at the head of the title-page dated 1698; modern book label on rear paste-down. THE FIRST ACCOUNT OF LA SALLE'S LAST, FATAL VOYAGE First edition, second issue with cancels for pages 167-168, 171-172 and 185-188. Written by La Salle's lieutenant, Tonti, who had entered Louis XIV's service as a cadet in 1668, "serving in several Mediterranean campaigns and losing his right hand in battle. To mitigate the difficulties caused by the loss of his hand, Tonti fitted himself with an artificial hand made either of iron, copper, or silver, which may have been articulated. La Salle noted that Tonti could accomplish tasks that required the use of two free arms. Tonty sometimes used his metal hand as an instrument of diplomacy with Indians, who throughout the Mississippi Valley and Great Lakes knew him as "the man with the iron hand." Unable to obtain further royal patronage at the end of the Dutch wars, Tonti became the chief lieutenant of La Salle, who had been granted permission to explore the Mississippi and exploit its resources... As La Salle's lieutenant, Tonti achieved many firsts in the European exploration and settlement of the North American interior. During the winter of 1678-1679, Tonti supervised construction of the Griffon, the first sailing vesse … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2007-12-14 20:45:55
Hoffmanswaldau, Christian Hofman von.
Leipzig, Bey Thomas Fritsch 1697-1703. 8:o. Ergraved frontispiece, (42),403,(1 blank); (16),362; (2),360,(4) pp. Contemporary wellum. Small piece missing at foot of spine. Joints starting. Erster theil with underlinings in red on page 1-31.[#\60561]
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB [Göteborg, Sweden]
2007-12-09 14:01:36
[VANBRUGH, SIR JOHN].
London: Printed by J. O. for R. Wellington and Sam. Briscoe, 1697. First edition. 4to, modern blue half morocco, marbled paper sides, gilt lettering. Half-title and leaf of publisher's ads present. ¶ Vanbrugh's third play and one of his most representative and successful comedies of manners. Vanbrugh was at work on another play at the time of his death (1726), which his friend and colleague Colley Cibber completed and published as The Provok'd Husband and which was equally successful. Some slight stains to the half-title and title; very nice copy with generous margins.
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
2007-11-12 15:20:58
Boccacio.-
Amsterdam, George Gallet, 1697. 2 in 1 Bd. 8°. (22) 427 S.; S. 3-427, (12) S. Mit 100 gest. Titelillustr. von Romain de Hooge u. 4 Holzschnitt-Vignetten. Lederbd. d. Zt. (berieben u. stark bestossen, Rücken mit grösseren Fehlstellen an Kopf u. Fuss). Es fehlen die S. 1 & 2 von Bd. II. Gelenke sowie Buchblock (dieser an mehreren Stellen) sind angebrochen. Durchgehend gebräunt u. fingerfleckig. 4 cm Einriss auf S. 31 sowie Falz von S. 15 - 18 altrestauriert. 5 S. mit kleinerem Papierverlust am rechten Rande. Sprache: französisch / français / french.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Zürich, Switzerland]
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