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2011-12-26 16:08:11
MACCHIONI BARTOLOMEO.
per Marc'Aurelio et Orazio Campana,, In Roma, 1699 - Cm. 22, pp. (12), 194 (14). E' presente la carta di correzione inserita tra le pp. 180 e 181. Fregio xilografico al frontespizio, alcuni capolettera decorati e varie curiose figure incise in rame su piccole tavole fuori testo ed intercalate nel testo. Solida ed affascinante legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida con dorso a nervi e piatti inquadrati da cornici e fregi dorati. Esemplare genuino e marginoso, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Sono inoltre presenti frequenti correzioni ms. di mano coeva (dell'autore?). Si tratta della seconda edizione, ampliata rispetto alla prima del 1688, di quest'opera genealogica che si traduce in un interessante compendio storico di Chiusi e delle altre zone etrusche. Cfr. Lozzi (1234). Raro e, nel presente esemplare, impreziosita da una legatura decorativa. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2011-12-17 16:20:20
[Gustav Adolf Herzog zu Mecklenburg:]
Güstrow: Gedruckt durch Johan Lembeken 1699,. Titel mit Titelillustration, 18 Bll., 1 Tafel, 247 Seiten, 1 Tafel, 4 Bll., 240 Seiten, 142 Seiten, 1 Bl., Ldrbd. der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und Titelvergoldung auf rotem Lederschildchen, 18 x 14,5 cm. Schöne Ausgabe. Die Stiche stammen von Joachim Wichmann. - "Der Nahme der Hertzogen von mecklenburg ist nicht nur unter denen Grossen in Europa, sondern auch ausser diesem Welttheil in der Barbarey selbsten, wohin einige dieser Hertzogen durch Göttliche sonderbahre Schickung gekommen, bekandt. Unser Hertzog Gustav Adolph [...] hatte sich in denen viertzig Jahren, da Er der Regierung der Mecklenburgischen Lande vorgestanden, so wohl wegen kluger, gerechter und glückseeliger Beherrschung deroselben, alß wegen übriger, unter denen grossen Regenten des Röm. Reichs zu den allgemeinen Vater-Landes auffnehmen geführter conduite, einen unsterblichen Ruhm in der Welt gemacht. Jedermann muste diesen Herren, der zumahlen durch ein gantzes rares Exempel seine Studia auff einen hohen Gipffel allerhand Wissenschaften, in Sprachen und Disciplinen gebracht, und unter die Gelehrtesten Printzen der Welt nicht unbillich gezehlet worden, hoch admiriren und wehrt schätzen. Es waren Ihme an grosser Weltklugheit, an genauer Erkäntnus GOtt- und Weltlicher Sachen, an exemplarisch-Fürstlichem Leben, an erworbener Autorität und Ansehen bey denen Häuptern des Reichs, an allen grossen Fürsten-Tugenden sehr wenig in unsern Teutschen Landen gleich. Dijenige, die diesen unvergleichlichen Herren nur gesehen, oder in etwas mit Ihme unbzugehen die Gelege … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn
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2011-12-06 16:43:21
Bucelin, Gabriel
Frankfurt, Kroniger 1699. 34 cm. In 1 Band. Festeinband, Halbpergamenteinband der Zeit - ADB III, 462 - Brunet I, 1366 (vgl.) - Dimpfel 2 und 7 - VD17 3:015892Z (Bd. 1) - Umfangreiches topographisch-genealogisch-historisches Kompendium mit Kurzporträts der deutschen Provinzen und Grafschaften. Die einzelnen Teile: - Band 1/I. Nebentitel: Germania Sacra. Teil 1. (8, von 20), 151, (1), (2), 64 Seiten Titel rot und schwarz. VD17 3:015893G - Inhalt: Topographica Germaniae notitia; Germanica Chronologice designata. Bis 1654; Liste der deutschen Bistümer und ihrer Bischöfe. Nach dem Titelblatt fehlen 6 Blatt Widmung. - Band 1/II. Nebentitel: Germania Sacra. Teil 2. (2), 97, (1) Seiten VD17 3:015895X - Inhalt: Abbatiarum et monasteriorum Germaniae. - Band 1/III. Nebentitel: Pars Operis Tertia Genealogica Germaniae Notitia. (2), 282, (36), (306, von 310), 347, (35) Seiten mit zahlreichen Wappenholzschnitten im Text. VD17 3:015897N - Inhalt: Stammtafeln und Wappen deutscher und europäischer Herrscher. Ohne Aa3-4 (Residuum Genealogiae Welserianae. A) - Band 2/I. Ulm, Görlin 1662. (18, einschl. Kupfertitel), 423, (1) Seiten und 40 Kupfertafeln. VD17 1:086929Q (vgl.) - Erstausgabe. Inhalt: Topographica Germaniae notitia; Monasteriologiae Imperii Germanici. Teil 2; Agilolfingicae Familiae. Zwischen Band 1/III, und 1/III, 2 eingebunden. Drucktitel, Widmung und Vorrede ersetzt aus einem stärker beschnittenen Exemplar ergänzt, erste 8 Blatt unten Feuchtigkeitsrand, Besitzeintrag auf Titel gelöscht. Provenienz: Fürstl. Oranien-Nassauischen Bibliothek zu Dillenburg mit deren Exlbris und Samm … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-11-13 17:31:07
Ralph Winterton
London - Richard Chiswell, Sold by Percivall Gilbourne, 1699 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A late seventeenth century edition of Winterton's English translation of Jeremias Drexel, in a calf binding. Ralph Winterton, 1601-1636, was an English physician, and translator. His brother Francis was one of six hundred volunteers, commanded by the marquess of Hamilton, who went to serve under Gustavus Adolphus, and his death at Castrin in Silesia in 1631 depressed Winterton so much that he sought relief by translating De aeternitate considerationes (1632), the Considerations of Drexelius upon Eternitie. -DNB. Jeremias Drexel (also known as Drechsel or Drexelius), 15811638, was a Jesuit writer of devotional literature and a professor of the humanities and rhetoric. Condition: In a full calf binding,rebacked with the original boards. Externally, slightly worn. The joints are starting. Internally, generallyfirmly bound, with browning and foxing, with some marks. Onlya small strip of the front free-endpaperremains, with a copperplate ink inscription. Overall: GOOD..
Bookseller: Rooke Books
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2011-11-01 19:12:10
VARGAS (Francisco)
- Lettres et memoires de François de Vargas, de Pierre de Malvenda, et de quelques Eveques d'Espagne touchant le Concile de Trente. Traduits de l'espagnol, avec remarques, par M. Michel le Vassor.- Amsterdam, Pierre Brunel, 1699; en 8º mayor piel de época, frontis que representa los participantes en el Concilio de Trento, retrato de Guil Trumbull, 13 hojas preliminares, incluida portada a dos tintas,567 pp. - 2 h. Bello exlibris en papel del Conde de de Mollart, pegado en la guarda, otros en tinta en anteportada y portada. Buen ejemplar completo de esta obra importante por contener umerosas cartas de obispos españoles desde Trento. Primera edición. Palau nº 352283.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ [Spain]
2011-10-27 21:13:36
Langbain Gerard
London: Tho Leigh at the Peacock against St Dunstan's Church and William Turner at the White Horse without Temple Bar., 1699. Book measures 7 3/8 x 4 3/4 inches.Weight 600grams.Collation complete, [16]+182pp, 15pp index, 9pp book catalogue, page number 151/152 repeated.Bound in full calf, with raised bands. Calf rebacked and repaired, rubbed on edges of boards with some minor wear loss. binding in good clean firm condition, with strong hinge joints.Internally, text block holding firm, no loose pages, early previous owners signature on title page, endpapers repaired, silked, 2 small college blind stamps, some minor staining to margin of about 20 leaves. Pages in good clean condition. A good clean copy, in a good solid binding.. First Edition. Very Good. 8vo.
Bookseller: George Jeffery Books
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2011-09-23 11:55:21
Barockzeitschrift - Stübel (Stubel, Stiefel), Andreas (hier anonym):
Wahrenberg, Johann Georg Freymund (d.i. Leipzig, Groschuff), 1699. 126 S., S. 127-252.. Mit 2 gest. Frontispizen. 8°. Moderner marmorierter Pappband im Stil des 18. Jahrhunderts mit Rückenvergoldung und Rückenschild. Durchgehend gebräunt; etwas stockfleckig; zu Beginn mit 2 größeren Wasserflecken - diese zu Beginn etwas stärker, dann schwächer werdend und am Schluß (S. 104) nur noch ein sehr schwacher Wasserfleck im Seitensteg; erstes Frontispiz mit kleinem Eckabriss (außerhalb der Abbildung) und 2 schmalen Läsuren im Bundsteg (geringer Bildverlust). Die ersten beiden Teile (Pacquet) des ersten Jahrgangs - insgesamt erschienen von 1699 bis 1703 drei Jahrgänge mit je 12 Teilen. Holzmann-Boh. I, 7897 (dort Stubel); Deutsche Drucke des Barock, Bd. 10, B 9228-9239; vgl. Goedeke III, 237.86 (nennt diesen Titel nicht). Stübel (1652-1721) war auch Herausgeber von Augustus Buchner; vgl. Dünnhaupt 858-861.
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2011-07-14 15:13:45
Estius, Guilielmus
1699. Viuda de Ioannis Baptistae Verdussen. Antuerpiae, (Amsterdam). . 1 Vol. . Port.+ 2 H + 731 pgs.(635)+ 31 H pp. Folio. Plena Piel. Idiomas (Latín), Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (General), Siglo XVII . Con grabado de G. V. Heylen Fecit en portada. Error tipográfico en la paginación (a partir de la página 707 le sigue la 612). Encuadernado en plena piel con dorados y tejuelo en lomera. No aparece esta edición en el Catálogo de Patrimonio. Visagra interior fatigada. Texto en buen estado .
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa [Bilbao, Spain]
2011-03-15 07:48:03
GARTH, Sir Samuel
London: Printed : And Sold By John Nutt., 1699. (xxii); 94 pages. Engraved frontispiece. Minor water-stain to first few pages. Contemporary sprinkled sheep, expertly rebacked, morocco label. A nice crisp copy. Written by a distinguished physician, this is a satire on the opponents of the newly founded dispensary in the Royal College of Physicians, where free advice and prescriptions could be obtained from the best doctors. The first three editions were all published in the same year, with the poem considerably altered. Wing G275. Third edition, corrected by the Author. Hard Cover. 8vo. Book.
Bookseller: Roger Collicott Books [Widecombe in the Moor, DEVON, United Kingdom]
2011-02-23 03:56:09
BENTLEY, Richard
J.H. for H. Mortlock, London. Small 4to. "Fourth Edition." pp. [4], 280. Complete. With frontispiece engraving of the Hon. Robert Boyle. An extra 19th century plate of the author Richard Bentley is also included after the dedication. Bound in modern half calf with marbled boards. Pages are generally clean; a faded name is written with small letters in an early hand on the title page (upper corner); minor chipping to outer edge of title. All edges gilt. Richard Bentley (1662-1742) English scholar and literary critic. He was made keeper of the Royal Libraries and was later appointed Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. In 1692 he was nominated first Boyle lecturer (named after scientist Robert Boyle). He then delivered a series of sermons trying to refute Thomas Hobbes and atheism. In particular, the lectures tried to show how the recent work in physics by Sir Isaac Newton offered proof of God’s existence. Bentley even corresponded with Newton on the subject. Originally the sermons were printed separately - several editions of each being issued. In 1693 the tracts were first collected together under the present title with separate paginations. The so-called "fourth edition" of 1699 is advertised as "corrected" and it displays continuous pagination. [ESTC R21357; Wing B1931]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books [Concord, MA, U.S.A.]
2011-01-26 06:48:04
Erasmus von Rotterdam -
[o.O.] Joh. Christiani Cörneri 1699. 1699 866, 37 S. Kl-8vo. 866, 37 S. Pgmt.d.Zt. Einband begriffen und fleckig, Vorsätze mit kleinen Ausrissen, sonst altersgemäß gut erhalten. Pgmt.d.Zt. Titelblatt in Latein und Griechisch, Text lateinisch. Versand D: 4,80 EUR
Bookseller: HENNWACK - Berlins größtes Antiquariat [Germany]
2010-10-29 00:58:48
Lamy, Bernard.
Parisiis: Excudebat Joannis Anisson, 1699. 4to (12.6 cm, 10.25"). 2 vols. in 1. I: [2] ff., xvi, 661, [1] pp., [25] ff.; 3 plts. II: [2] ff., lxiv, 326 pp., [15] ff.; 3 plts. Bernard Lamy (1640–1715) was an Oratorian priest, philosopher, and biblical scholar. After getting himself exiled to Grenoble for excessive Cartesianism, he went on to do significant work in biblical studies, and this present work is especially notable: Lamy here contends that Jesus died on the cross on the eve of the Passover (thus at the same time as the Passover lamb was being killed), not during the first day of the Passover. This view, while considered radical at the time, is now generally held by biblical scholars.    This work was first published under the title Harmonia, sive concordia quatuor evangelistarum in 1689. This second edition is printed in small roman types with some italic, Greek, and Hebrew. Ornaments include an ornate woodcut fleur-de-lis on the title-pages, plus initials and headpieces. Vol. II (bound in) consists of the Apparatus chronologicus et geographicus, chronologies and geographical descriptions with three fine fold-out plates: a map of Judea, a plan of Jerusalem, and a plan of the temple.    Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 7230 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882).         On Lamy, see: New Catholic Encyclopedia, VIII, 354–55. 18th-century vellum over boards with raised bands, lightly soiled; on the covers an ornate mandorla inside a composite frame. Crack in the vellum along front joint, joint itself sound. Ex-library with paper labels on spi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
2010-10-16 09:48:20
IGNOTO.
Rossi Michelangelo e Pier Vincenzo, Roma. 1699 - Pianta prospettica da ovest raffigurante la città di Trento. Presente nell’angolo superiore sx. lo stemma inquadrato della famiglia Madruzzo. Secondo stato del rame. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Imago tridenti: incisioni e libri illustrati dal XV al XVIII secolo" di Franco Cappelletti, scheda n. 23b pag. 113. Formato: Incisione su rame di dimensioni 12x17 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige
2010-10-10 08:47:53
Dennis, John
Bookseller: Golden Legend, Inc. [US]
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2010-10-06 19:49:48
DENNIS, JOHN.
London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1699. First edition. 4to, modern blue quarter morocco, blue cloth sides, gilt lettering. Bound without the half-title. The second play of several by the critic and miscellaneous writer John Dennis (1658-1734), an enemy of Alexander Pope and considered by many to the first professional English literary critic. Some light foxing; remains of a bookseller's description on the front free endpaper; very good copy with decent margins.
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
2010-10-05 10:54:35
HOLLES, Denzil
1699. HOLLES, Denzil. MEMOIRS OF DENZIL LORD HOLLES, Baron of Ifield in Sussex, From the Year 1641, to 1648. London: Printed for Tim. Goodwin at the Queen's Head against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street, 1699. First edition: The text was taken from papers written by Lord Holles during the winter of 1647-48 but edited by John Toland and first published in 1699. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Holles by R. White. Holles' "Epistle dedicatory," dated February 14, 1648, is addressed 'to the Unparallel'd Couple' Oliver St. John and Oliver Cromwell, 'the two grand Designers of the Ruin of three Kingdoms.' And the text includes an account of Marston Moor and the events of 1647, including the seizure of the King. Octavo: A-P8,Q4. [i-iv],v-xv,[xvi],213,[19] pp. Errata list on p. [xvi], and p. [19] has a publisher's advertisement immediately below the end of the index. Contemporary calf binding with a blindroll along the back-edge of both boards. The binding is scuffed and has cracked joints, though both boards are still attached, showing shallow loss at heel and crown, loss of label and some scaling on back. Armorial bookplate of Sir Hew Dalrymple of North Berwick Baronet and Lord President of the Session (1698-1737), who was a strong supporter of the union of Scotland with England, on front pastedown and a modern ink ownership on the first flyleaf. The majority of the front free endpaper has been torn away and only a stub remains. Very good overall. Abbott 1228; Wing H2464; Lowndes (1871) II, p. 1092. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2010-09-28 11:13:35
La Bruyère, Jeab de
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2010-04-30 12:12:33
FÉLIBIEN, André, Sieur des Avaux et de Javercy
Engraved frontis. & 65 finely engraved full-page illus. in the text. Title printed in red & black. 12 p.l. (incl. frontis.), 542 pp. 4to, early 18th cent. French red morocco, triple gilt fillet round sides, gilt fleurons in each corner, spine gilt. Paris: chez la Veuve & J.B. Coignard, fils, 1699. "The Principes, first published in 1676, is a handbook of the principles and practices of the three arts of architecture, sculpture, and painting. By far the most important section is that on architecture. The author states that the book is written for the general public: its purpose is to do away with craft "secrets" and "mysteries," to make the many crafts associated with the arts intelligible to the layman, and by implication to give these crafts some uniformity. It is not only an early treatise written for the layman, but one of a group of treatises emphasizing practicality over principles... "The fact that the author of the book was a person of considerable distinction in academic and court circles, and that the work was dedicated to Colbert's son, then surintendant des bâtiments, suggests political interest in a systematization of the techniques as well as the products of the crafts. However, Félibien's approach to his subject is as personal as it may be official. It is in marked contrast to the selective and exclusive approach of the architectural treatises which preceded it, and which focused on principles of design rather than of execution, and to the handbooks, which were concerned with a single craft, and with drawing and measuring rather than with tools. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2010-04-27 17:05:36
KNIGHT, SIR ROGER L'Estrange
London: R. Sare and N. Nindmath, 1699. Rebound into paper covered boards with hand-written lettering to the spine. Some browning to the spine and the upper edges of the boards, with usual darkening to the outer page edges. Foxing to the pages throughout, but the text is still legible.. Third Impression, Corrected and Amended. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2010-04-25 15:07:34
Stoke, Melis, Cornelius van ALKEMADE, editor]
[Leyden?]: nd [ca. 1699]. 35 engraved plates (one double page), some titled in contemporary hand. Folio (16-1/2 x 10-1/4 inches). French issue of the atlas volume of HOLLANDSCHE JAAR-BOEKEN OF RIJM-KRONIJK, the third edition (Leyden, 1699), and first illustrated, of Melis Stoke's (ca. 1235-1305) medieval chronicle. With 35 engravings after paintings in the Carmelite Monastery at Haarlem of medieval Dutch royalty, with the final plate a smiling Death. The Leyden 1699 edition is relatively common, while this issue with French title page and no imprint, is scarce. We locate only one institutional copy worldwide, at the New York Public, which, like the present copy, omits Stoke's text and contains only the 35 plates. The French title suggests that the plates were issued alone. Brunet V 547 , Lipperheide 939, Graesse VI, 502 (all for Leyden, 1699 edition); for this edition: Guigard IV, 3067 (citing the copy in "Catalogue des livres rare et curieux de Francisque Michel"). Uncut, in contemporary marbled wrappers, binding split and perished, two leaves with minor marginal repair, plates clean.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-04-21 22:45:14
Garth, Samuel
London, Eng: John Nutt, 1699. 3d Edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. "The Third Edition, Corrected by the Author." [22], 94 p.: engraved frontispiece; 20 cm. 8vo. Expertly rebacked with the original leather spine label reattached and the original leather on the boards, decorated in a variant of the Cambridge style: sprinkled calf with plain central panels set off by blind-tooled borders. Modern endpapers. Includes the original list of subscribers to the dispensary, dated 22 Dec. 1696. Manuscript notations in the text explaining some of the fictitious or abbreviated names. Engraved bookplate of the John Ruhräh Fund of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland. Oval stamp of the library at the foot of the title page and the first and last pages of text. Withdrawn stamp at foot of back of title page. A satire on the opponents of the dispensary organized by the Royal College of Physicians, written by an English physician who had advocated the establishment of such dispensaries for the relief of the sick poor, to guard against the greed of the apothecaries. This mock heroic poem went through three editions in 1699, the year of its publication. In Very Good+ Condition: ex-library, as described above; original leather is rubbed and stained; pages are clean and tight.
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera, IOBA [Lansdowne, PA, U.S.A.]
2010-04-07 07:43:09
Lamy, Bernard
Parisiis: Excudebat Joannis Anisson 4to (12.6 cm, 10.25"). 2 vols. in 1. I: [2] ff., xvi, 661, [1] pp., [25] ff.; 3 plts. II: [2] ff., lxiv, 326 pp., [15] ff.; 3 plts.. 1699 Bernard Lamy (1640?-1715) was an Oratorian priest, philosopher, and biblical scholar. After getting himself exiled to Grenoble for excessive Cartesianism, he went on to do significant work in biblical studies, and this present work is especially notable: Lamy here contends that Jesus died on the cross on the eve of the Passover (thus at the same time as the Passover lamb was being killed), not during the first day of the Passover. This view, while considered radical at the time, is now generally held by biblical scholars. This work was first published under the title Harmonia, sive concordia quatuor evangelistarum in 1689. This second edition is printed in small roman types with some italic, Greek, and Hebrew. Ornaments include an ornate woodcut fleur-de-lis on the title-pages, plus initials and headpieces. Vol. II (bound in) consists of the Apparatus chronologicus et geographicus, chronologies and geographical descriptions with three fine fold-out plates: a map of Judea, a plan of Jerusalem, and a plan of the temple. Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 7230 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882). 18th-century vellum over boards with raised bands, lightly soiled; on the covers an ornate mandorla inside a composite frame. Crack in the vellum along front joint, joint itself sound. Ex-library with paper labels on spine; old pressure-stamps, including one on title-page of vol. I. Upper … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2010-03-27 14:30:14
BONANNI FILIPPO
Romae: D. ANT. HERCULIS(1699). [ROMA-NUMISMATICA] (cm 36,7) Bella piena pergamena originale con nervi e tit. al dorso, frontis + pp da 457 a 869 + 1 p. con registro. E' il solo secondo volume (di due) di questa celebre opera, che e' una delle piu' rare dellautore. Contiene complessivamente 46 tavole incise in rame di notevole fattura. 22 tavv illustrano medaglie, 18 tavv edifici, piante, obelischi, compresi 10 angeli; 6 tavv piu' volte ripiegate rappresentano monumenti, palazzi e vedute, tutte firmate da valenti incisori come Alessandro Specchi e Girolamo Frezza. Molto belle quelle sul Tevere, S. Ignazio, Montecitorio e Castel SantAngelo. Il Cicognara la definisce: Opera classica in questa materia per la dottrina e laccuratezza. Esemplare molto bello, con incisioni assai nitide e in ottima tiratura. Manca a Choix ed a Berlin-Katalog. Rossetti 1374; Cicognara 2779; Schudt 1261; Platner 307; Brunet I 1086; Graesse I 480.[f50]. Illustr.: Alessandro Specchi e Girolamo Frezza. Libro. Book Condition: buono. Binding: Rilegato
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2010-03-24 20:44:37
Aesop
Amsterdam: Henricum Wetstenium, 1699. Amsterdam: Henricum Wetstenium, 1699. Upper hinge cracked and repaired, good. Small 8vo. [ii], 16 leaves, 155p, [xxxiii]. All text pages ruled in red. Bound in full maroon morocco with marbled endpapers, a.e.g., the spine with gilt panel ornaments and title.
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2010-03-13 18:32:36
WOODWARD, JOSIAH.]
printed for B. Aylmer, London, 1699. First edition, 8vo, pp. [22], 163, [1] and without the separately printed 8-p. 'An abstract of the penal-laws' at the back; engraved portrait frontis, title within a double ruled border; 6-p. Proclamation in black letter; recent half speckled calf antique over marbled boards, gilt-lettered direct on spine, and wrongly attributing this title to Daniel Defoe; very good and sound. Wing W-3512. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2010-03-11 18:34:48
Clark, Samuel. 1626-1701
London: Printed for Jonathan Robinson, at the Golden Lyon in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1699. Two titles inone volume. Wing C4489a, C4490. OCLC locates 6 copies. Wing C4491 is bound with the above. . OCLC locates 2 copies.. Full leather. front and rear cover have a blind tooled design. New leather spine with gilt label. new end papers and headbands.Front cover has a small piece of paper affixed to it. Internally some darkening of pages. Overall very good to very good +. 8vo. [1], [14], 40 pp. [1], 70pp. 3 titles in 1 volume. Wing C4490 has the errata page as well as a price list of other works by Samuel Clark. Bound with the above is: Clark, Samuel. 1626-1701. An excertation concerning the original of the chapters and verses in the Bible: wherein the divine authority of the points in the Hebrew text is clearly proved, by new and intrinsick arguments. London, [s.n.], 1698. Wing C4491. [6], 47 pp. [i.e. 57 pp]. Pages {51-57] misnumbered as pages 41-47.
Bookseller: Richard L. Press, Fine and Scholarly Boo
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2010-02-28 21:03:13
Women) Zanten, Laurens van
By Jan ten Hoorn, boekverkooper, Amsterdam, 1699. Luyken, J. First Edition. In four parts, each with half-title and separate pagination and signatures. Engraved pictorial title and eleven plates by J. Luyken. [16], 192, [4], 128, [4], 159, [1, blank], [4], 198 pp. 1 vols. 4to. Compendium of short biographies illustrating the rise and fall of princesses, women martyrs of the church, and other notable women from history. With eleven "curious" plates by Luykens depicting murders, executions, and other violent deaths. Contemporary vellum. Minor soiling to covers, engraved title with contemporary repair to lower margin, one gathering loosened, lower corner of one page torn with loss of one letter in marginal gloss, else a fresh, fine copy Engraved pictorial title and eleven plates by J. Luyken. [16], 192, [4], 128, [4], 159, [1, blank], [4], 198 pp. 1 vols. 4to First Edition. In four parts, each with half-title and separate pagination and signatures. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-02-01 11:10:21
HENRY III, KING OF FRANCE (1551-1589)
Cologne : Chez Pierre Marteau. [Note: False Imprint. Printed By Elzevier, Amsterdam], 1699, Hardback. Inst. Stamp to the title. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a contrasting morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 472 pages; Language: French. Description; 472pp. 16cm. Subjects; Marguerite de Valois, queen consort of Henry IV, king of France 1553-1615. Sancy, Nicolas Harlay de 1546-1629. 472 pages. Inventory No: 138575.
Bookseller: MW Books [Ireland]
2010-01-28 18:48:27
House of Lords.
House of Lords., London, 1699. 776 pages A HUGE HEAVY TOME weighing about 4.5 kg will require additional P&P. Cover very tatty but all still holding together. A bookplate & a couple of small rubber stamps show this once belonged to an university library. Interior in nice clean condition. Picture of this book available. See my other listings for othe House of Lords Journals between the late 1600s & mid 1800s. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Tony Hutchinson [Seale, United Kingdom]
2009-11-25 20:29:52
Bray,Thomas D.D. (1658-1730)
London: Printed by E.Holt for Will. Hawes 3rd edition, 1699. Hardcover. Good. Two Works in One Volume small octavo newer binding [14] +200pp and [48]pp including music. Paper browned and small corners turned down or creased. Both works collate as in British Library copy except that the blank before titlepage has been replaced at a later date. End papers are new. *Bray was an influential English cleric & philanthropist, founder of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in 1699. Sent by the Bishop of London to Maryland he founded parish libraries there, encouraged English clergy to visit or emigrate to America. The Dr.Bray Associates were instrumental in Georgia in the education of plantation slaves. This work was written for young people on the importance and meaning of Baptism into the church (WING B-4299 & B-4288).
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2009-10-08 16:29:18
Dunstar, Samuel
London: T. Bennet, et al. 1699. First edition. First edition. Small 8vo. (8),131,(8)pp plus 4 pp of ads. Bound with 'The Bath and Bristol Guide: Or, The Tradesman's amd Traveller's Pocket-Companion. Bath: Printed by T. Boddely. No date, but probably 1751. Together two volumes bound in one. Bound to style in full calf with a 'Cambridge'-style panel design in blind on the boards; spine in five compartments with raised bands, red leather lettering label, gilt; marbled endpapers. Some staining and darkening of some of the text block, which is cropped closely, but overall the text block is very good in a fine binding. Scarce. Wing D2617. Cox, Travel, III, p. 141. ESTC R17303. Very good.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2009-08-16 06:33:13
Siebmacher, Johann
Nürnberg, Helmer 1699. 33 cm. 6 Teile, Zusatz zu Teil 5, Anhang zu Teil 6, Register. In 1 Band. Mit 622 Kupfertafeln und 1 Textkupfer, Titel rot und schwearz. Neuer Pergament-Band - Lipperheide 1965 Rc 10 (Ausg. 1605) - VD17 3:005348G - Die erste Folio-Ausgabe. Enthält: I. Haupttitel, Vorrede, Erklärung des Kupfertitels, Widmung, Zwischentitel. 6 Bl., 115 Tafeln mit 227 Kupfern (1-226 + 169*) - II. Zwischentitel, 84 Tafeln mit 166 Kupfern (1-164, 38*, 85*) - III. Zwischentitel, 101 Tafeln mit 201 Kupfern (1-200 + 130*) - IV. Zwischentitel, 101 Tafeln mit 201 Kupfern (1-200 + 116*) - V. Zwischentitel, 161 Tafeln mit 318 Kupfern (1-312, 6*, 23*, 24*, 60*, 73*, 90*) - Zusatz zu Teil 5: Zwischentitel, 30 Tafeln mit 57 Kupfern (1-56 + 8*), 2 w. Bl., Register über den Zusatz zu Teil 5. 2 Blatt - VI. Titel, 2 Blatt Vorrede und Farbenerklärung (mit Textkupfer), 25 Tafeln mit 25 Kupfern. - Anhang zu Teil 6: Zwischentitel, 5 Tafeln mit 5 Kupfern. - Register zu Teil 1-5: 27 Blatt - Buchblock aufwendig restauriert und neu eingehängt, ohne den Kupfertitel, Blattränder mit Feuchtigkeitsspuren, Teil 1 Blattränder unterlegt mit geringfügigem Textverlust in der Vorrede, ebenso im Anhang zu Teil 6 und im Register -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-05-28 11:19:37
[BONNEFONS, Nicolas de]
Bordeaux:: Chez Simon Boe,, 1699.. First Edition, thus. small 8vo, pp. 264. Bound in contemporary full calf, spine gilt. Contemporary name on the title-page. Closed tear to one leaf (with very minimal loss). A very nice clean copy. Rare, this edition not in OCLC; which lists just a Paris 1741 edition with this title; Querard 3, col. 345; See Henrey, volume 1, p. 186; see Bitting p. 48 (who lists a 1684 edition and indicates that the first edition was issued in 1650, but that it has never been seen). This book, under the title: "Le Jardinier Francois" was written by Bonnefons and published in Paris in 1651. It was popular enough that a 4th edition was issued in 1654. It was translated by John Evelyn in 1658, being his first published work on horticulture. Evelyn notes that this book was "the first and best of that kind that introduced the use of the olitorie (ie kitchen) garden to any purpose"[Henrey Vol. 1, p. 186]. Bitting: "The work is divided into three parts: the first treats of the soil; the second treats fruits and vegetables; the third is about the manner of conserving fruits in their natural state, dry, with salt and vinegar, sweet wine, cider, and honey, liquid with sugar, dry and pastes, conserves of flowers and massepains." Nicolas De Bonnefons was valet de chambre du Roi.
Bookseller: Second Life Books Inc
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2009-05-09 19:11:27
Mackenzie, George
Edinburgh: Printed for Thomas Broun. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Modern rebind, with new eps. Some thumbing, browning and occasional damp staining, as well as some contemporary marginalia to the first section of book. Ink names to eps and remnants of book plate to reverse of title page. 1699. Third Edition. Quarter leather with orange cloth covered boards. 160mm x 110mm (6" x 4"). viii + 263pp + viii (table of Scots Words). .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd
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2009-04-30 16:59:00
Mackenzie, Sir George
1699. Mackenzie, Sir George [1636-1691]. The Institutions of the Law of Scotland. Corrected, With an Alphabetical Table of Hard Words. Edinburgh: Printed for Thomas Broun, 1699. [viii], 263, [9] pp. Octavo (6" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary speckled calf, raised bands and gilt ornaments to spine. Corners lightly bumped, some rubbing to backstrip, joints starting at ends, hinges cracked but secure. Early annotation to verso of title page, interior notably fresh. Handsome. * Third corrected edition. First published in 1685, Mackenzie's Institutions still "contains much that is valuable and [it] is still consulted and referred to upon certain points." (Black). Mackenzie was Lord Advocate during the reigns of Charles II and James II. Best known for his role in the persecution of Scottish Presbyterians, which earned him the nickname "Bloody MacKenzie," he was in important jurist, scholar and author, and the founder of the Advocates Library, which is now part of the National Library of Scotland. OCLC and the ESTC locate 6 copies, 2 in the USA, neither in a law library. Black, "The Institutional Writers" in An Introductory Survey of the Sources and Literature of Scots Law 66. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 5:73.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2009-03-15 11:11:43
MILTON (John). [TOLAND (John)]
London Printed by John Darby. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, pp. 165 [166 Errata], contemporary calf, rebacked rather firmly, morocco label; some occasional worming in the margins, with a few leaves having slight worming of one or two letters of text, but a very good copy. Toland's life of Milton first appeared in an edition of Milton's prose works published in 1698, often referred to as Toland's edition, though he had little or nothing to do with the editing of the text: "The edition is commonly known as 'Toland's', but he was not the editor. He remarked elsewhere that he would have omitted several of the works" (Coleridge). Toland's life is printed in Volume 1 of the prose works, with the printed signature and date at the end of the preface: I. T. Sept. 3. This is the first separate publication of the life after its appearance in the three-volume prose works of 1698. Toland made some use of the biographical information found in Edward Phillips' Letters of State (1694). Toland emphasizes Milton's political interests and beliefs, which called forth an anonymous commentary, Remarks on the Life of Mr. Milton (1699), which emphasized instead Milton's poetry. Toland replied to this and other criticisms in Amyntor (1699). Wing T 1776. Coleridge 414. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2009-03-13 21:12:22
Lohner, Tobias
Venetiis: Apud Combi, & La Nou, 1699. Venetiis: Apud Combi, & La Nou,, 1699. 16 cm. tall, [16 leaves] (beginning with half title), 660 pp., [5 leaves] (index); old vellum over light boards now darkened, especially at spine with a few small stains on back cover and hand lettering faint, it is also pulling away from text block and a tear at top back joint that extends at short way across spine, front free endpaper detached, front hinge broken through, general age toning and spotting with upper and lower tips bent on early leaves, paper not fragile and entirety readable but good- only. Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Zubal Books [U.S.A.]
2009-03-11 02:13:55
RENUSSON (Philippe de) 1632 - 1699
Deux parties en un volume, 336 et 230 pg. + tables. A Paris, chez Nicolas Le Gras, 1699. Nouvelle reliure Sylvertex noire, intérieur très frais. (Dupin, bibliothèque choisie, 1454)
Bookseller: JURIDICA [Woluwe Saint-Pierre, B, Belgium]
2009-02-22 08:14:39
[BLACKMORE, RICHARD].
London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1699. First edition. 4to, modern brown boards, black lettering. A passionate account of the triumphs of King William by an ardent Williamite, the poet and physician Richard Blackmore (1654-1729). Here he celebrates the King's courage in the successfully concluded war against France, which many in Parliament had criticized. Very good copy.
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
2009-02-01 01:14:11
[Coutumes], DUPLESSIS (Claude), BERROYER (Claude) et LAURIÈRE (Eusèbe-Jacques de)
, Paris, Nicolas Gosselin 1699, in-folio, basane brune, dos à nerfs orné, tit. doré sur pc. en maroquin bordeaux, roulette sur les coupes, p. de tit. rouge et noire, vignettes, culs-de-lampe et lettrines, imprimé sur papier à grande marge, ex-libris ancien, (épidermures, mors fendus, coiffes accidentées, manques à la partie inférieure du premier plat, à la coiffe de pied, aux coupes et aux coins, p. de tit. lég. défraîchie, portrait pl. p. manquant, 2 ff. manquants à la fin remplacés par des photocopies faites à partir d'un ouvrage similaire, gardes défraîchies), texte très frais, 4 f.-900p.
Bookseller: La Mémoire du Droit (Librairie - Edition - Expertise) [France, Paris]
2009-01-12 01:10:52
Bömer, Anton.
Wien, Cosmerovius, 1699. Erstausgabe. - Der Jesuit Anton Bömer (1664-1709) war Doktor der Philosophie und Theologie. - Titel im Falz etw. verklebt. Schwach gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - De Backer/S. I, 1569, 4; VD 17, 12:115294K (nennt ein hier fehlendes Frontispiz, das jedoch auch bei zwei der drei hier zitierten Exemplaren fehlt u. offenbar nur einem Teil der Auflage beigebunden war). la Gewicht in Gramm: 350 12°. 4 Bll., 208 S., Mod. marmor. Ppbd. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2009-01-09 20:10:31
Franceschini, Marcantonio.
Bologna, 1699.. Good/Marcantonio Franceschini (1648-1729) is considered the quintessential representative of Bolognese classicism of the late 17th century. Schooled in a baroque tradition arching back to the Caracci, the artist gracefully anticipated elements of the subsequent neoclassical style. Among his most important projects was the decoration of a suite of rooms in the Liechtenstein Garden Palace at Rossau-Vienna, commissioned by Johann Adam Andreas, Prince of Liechtenstein (1656-1712). The letter offered here is an elegant register of market pressures and personal anxieties involved in Franceschini's commercial negotiations. It shows the artist eager to prevent his agent from underselling terms Franceschini had established with Prince Johann Adam. Franceschini writes to the agent about the commission of two pictures for an unnamed client in Vienna. The artist implores the agent to price the paintings at sixty ducats each instead of fifty. He reveals that he normally charged Prince Johann Adam a greater sum for simpler pictures, and he fears that the prince might be offended to find out that his paintings were available more cheaply elsewhere.. 20 lines of text on 1 leaf watermarked laid paper (267 x 190 mm), addressed to an agent in the sale of two pictures. Slight tears where the paper has disintegrated under ink strokes result in negligible loss.
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio, ABAA [Tuxedo, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-01-04 11:12:42
Brand, Adam
RELATION DU VOYAGE DE MR. EVERT ISBRAND ENVOYE DE SA MAJESTE CZARIENNE A L'EMPEREUR DE LA CHINE EN 1692, 93, & 94, Amsterdam, Chez Jean-Louis De Lorme, Librairie fur le Rockin, a la Liberte, 1699, first edition, 250 pages with both frontispiece and map present, some wear to the fore edge corner tips, else a vg+ copy with just about fine contents void of any foxing whatsoever with attractive marbled end-papers, bound in a full leather 19th century calf binding with faux raised spine of six compartments, one of which is decorative and one which bears the title. A most uncommon work, this volume with a bookplate and a handwritten pencil notation that this is from the library of the Duke of Devonshire. Text in French of course. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: THE FINE BOOKS COMPANY / A.B.A.A / 1979 [ROCHESTER, MI, U.S.A.]
2008-12-06 23:57:53
LE CLERC, David and MANGET, Jean-Jacques:
Genève, J. A. Chouët - D. Ritter, 1699. Editio secunda. Three volumes, 1 engraved frontispiece (close cut in outer margin), 2 titles in red and black with engraved vignette, 124 folding plates (of 124, nr 93-94 on same plate, number 89, 90, 94, and 98 engravings in the text, about 10 plates with tears, about 10 worn in the margins, about 40 more or less browned, otherwise foxing and staining, some dampstaining in the margins), some engraving and woodcuts in the text. Worn contemporary vellum, defective spine labels. Folio. 35,5 X 22 cm. Text mostly browned, otherwise foxed, some staining, some marginal dampstaining. Some leaves in the middle of part II with worming in inner upper margin, some minor and other marginal worming
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB
2008-12-05 17:48:54
(FÉNELON, FR de SALIGNAC de la MOTHE) - [MAIN WORK OF UTOPIAN LITERATURE]
Bruxelles, Fr. Foppens, 1699. Small 8vo (12mo). Bound in a beautiful later full calf (ca. 1800) w. five raised bands on back. Gilt back and blindstamped ornamental borders on boards. All edges of boards gilt, and gilt borders on inside of boards. Hinges cracked and boards loosening, inner hinges crudely repaired. A bit of brownspotting, but internally a very nice copy. ¶ The very rare Bruxelles-edition, published same year as the first edition (Paris, Barbin). <br>Fénelon's main work, written when he was a tutor to the Duke of Burgundy in order to hold up Ulysses as an example for the young prince. Fénelon was a leader of the Quetism heresy, and in 1699, the year Télemaque appeared, Pope Innocent XII condemned his writings. <br>The true first edition of Fénélon's Télemaque appeared in one volume in 1699 under the title "Suite du quatrième livre de l'Odyssée d'Homère, ou les Aventures de Télémaque, fils d'Ulysse", and containing only half of what we consider Télémaque today. According to Brunet, the first edition was suppressed, and Moetjens printed a pirate-edition (called the second edition) in Haag with the same year and date (June), and a bit later the same year, the second part appeared. Several editions appeared the same year, and Brunet mentions one without printer or Place (but Paris), and the Liége- and Bruxelles-editions. "Dans les différentes éditions que nous venons de décrire dans lesquelles il le soit sont celles de LIÉGE, 1699, et de BRUXELLES, FR. FOPPENS, même date, l'une et l'autre impr. en France, en 2 vol. in-12, et en dix livres." (Brunet II:1212). Fopp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Son [Denmark]
2008-07-30 20:53:26
LA PLACETE, (ou Placette), Jean.
Amsterdam. Chez Daniel Pain, 1699. Edition originale, in-12; [xxii], 360p.; joli frontispice gravé. Reliure d'époque en pleine basane mouchetée, dos à nerfs orné. Coiffes manquantes, petit travail de vers aux extrémités des mors, coins émoussés. Intérieurement très frais, à bonnes marges. Protestant béarnais, théologien et moraliste (1639 - 1718), Jean La Placette quitta la France en 1685 à la révocation de l'édit de Nantes. Il se rendit à Copenhague et fut pasteur des réfugiés huguenots pendant trente ans. Il est l'auteur de divers ouvrages, édités en latin, français, anglais. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS [Gennes, France]
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