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        Della Biblioteca Volante di Gio. Cinelli Calvoli Patrizio Fiorentino e Forlivese... Scanzia Nona - ID. ID., Scanzia XII. - ID. ID., Scanzia XVIII.

      Venezia, per Andrea Poletti, All'Italia, 1700; Roma, Francesco de Lazari, 1697; Ferrara, Bernardino Barbieri, 1716. 3 Voll. in-8° piccolo (17 X 11), di pp. 112; pp. (16)+127; pp. 160. Leg. piena pergamena coeva (un piccolo guasto al dorso del terzo volume). Buoni es. (10496) N.B. Il prezzo di Euro 200 deve intendersi per ogni singolo volume della raccolta. Volumetti rari della nota Biblioteca Volante in cui Giovanni Cinelli Calvoli censiva le tante pubblicazioni "minori", soprattutto opuscoli, plachette e fogli volanti che sfuggivano agli occhi accademici di gran parte dei letterati ed eruditi dell'epoca. Come è noto la raccolta iniziata dal Cinelli a Firenze nel 1677 proseguì fino alla sua scomparsa nel 1706, e fu poi proseguita da alcuni continuatori, sempre con lo stesso nome del Cinelli, anche dopo la sua morte. Essa divenne una pubblicazione quasi itinerante, a seconda degli spostamenti dell'autore, in modo piuttosto disordinato; ad es., come si può constatare, la Scanzia XII apparve 3 anni prima della Scanzia Nona. Il fiorentino G. Cinelli Calboli (1625-1706), medico e bibliografo, laureatosi a Pisa, fu amico del Magliabechi e dell'illustre medico Bernardo Ramazzini. Ebbe grossi guai con la Scanzia Quarta, bruciata per mano del boia, e la sua raccolta ebbe prosecutori postumi che continuarono ad abusare del suo nome. Su di lui cfr. D.B.I., XXV/pp. 585-9. Ottino e Fumagalli, n. 605. INTERNET/10496

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        Territorii Senensis Nova et Accurata Tabula

      Leida 1700 - Carta geografica tratta dal "Thesaurus Antiquitatum et Historiarum Italiae, Neapolis, Siciliae Sardiniae .", monumentale opera di Georgius Graevius pubblicata nel primo quarto del XVIII secolo. Map taken from the "Thesaurus Antiquitatum et Historiarum Italiae, Neapolis, Siciliae Sardiniae ." by Georgius Graevius, published in the first quarter of the eighteenth century. Work by Bastian Stoopendal. Copperplate, in good conditions. Rare. Pellegrini, Il territorio senese nella cartografia antica, XIV. Dimensioni 370 305mm

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        Progetto di un carro da combattimento

      Ignota 1700 - Progetto di un carro da combattimento, senza titolo, senza date, in folio, senza autore, solo tavole. Probabilmente fine settecentesco o inizio ottocento. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Oceana of James Harrington, and His Other Works, Som Whereof are Now First Published from His Own Manuscripts. The Whole Collected, Methodiz'd, and Review'd, with an Exact Account of His Life Prefix'd,

      London: Booksellers Of London And Westminster, 1700. First Collected Edition. Hardcover. Very Good +. 12 7/8" Tall. Frontispiece, Portrait, Folding Plate. First Collected Edition. Frontispiece, Title, Xliv [Including His Portrait], 546, (1), The Last Page Being An Advertisement. Original Full Paneled Calf, Six Raised Bands, Red Morocco Spine Label And Elaborate Gilt Tooling In Each Compartment, Tooled Rules And Embellishments On Both Covers, Gilt Tooling On Edges. Covers With Some Wear, Some Loss Of Leather At Corners, But Covers Well Preserved And New Very Nicely Refurbished, Binding Solid. Contents Clean, Complete, Pages Square, Original Endpapers, Two Front Blanks And One Rear Blank; Page Edges With Original Publisher's Red Coloring Intact. Wing H816, Kress 2225.

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        An essay upon the probable methods of making a people gainers in the balance of trade. Treating of these heads, viz. Of the people of England. Of the land of England, and its product. Of our payments to the publick, and in what manner our ballance of trade may be thereby affected. That a country cannot increase in wealth and power but by private men doing their duty to the publick, and but by a steady course of honesty and wisdom, in such as are trusted with the administration of affairs. By the author of The Essay on Ways and Means.> The second edition.

      London: James Knapton 1700 - 8vo., (16) + 204pp., with the 6 folding tables as called for, contemporary mottled calf with an old rebacking, small patches of surface wear to joints, later endpapers. A very good sound copy. Wing D.310. Kress 2216. Goldsmiths 3651. Mattioli 887. First published in 1699, this is perhaps Davenant's most coherent treatise on political arithmetic. His front-rank position in the history of economics is mainly based upon his insight into the importance of quantitative arguments, the use of political arithmetic, and his contributions to the theories of money, international trade and public finance. His failure to produce a coherent theoretical system is reflected by his flirtations with both mercantilism on the one hand and almost a free-trade position on the other. The present work includes much in the area of what might now be called 'applied' economics - population studies, marriage, immigration, family incomes, poverty, home consumption and so forth.

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        Insekten, Dachs mit Jungen; Kupferstich mit Zeitkolorit wahrscheinlich von Sibylla Merian

      um 1700, Nürnberg/Augsburg - Insekten und Dachse?, original Kupferstich; originally coloured and very rare copper engraving, probably from Sibylla Merian das Bild selber ist tadellos in Ordnung, der Kupferstich hat einen breiten Rand, jedoch am Rand mit einigen Wurmlöchlein

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        The Natural History Of Lancashire, Cheshire And The Peak, In Derbyshire: With An Account Of The British, Phoenician, Armenian, Greek And Roman Antiquities In Those Parts

      Oxford 1700 - 1700. 112 pages. No dust jacket. Black cloth boards with a black leather spine and gilt lettering. Rebound copy, with 20th C boards. Includes photocopy portrait of Author, but not original copy. Includes hand coloured pullout map. Pages are bright and clear with some light thumb marks, foxing and tanning to edges. Some pages have some light nicks and tears to edges. Corner of front endpaper is missing. Pullout map is tanned at edges with some foxing and a large tear to crease. Corner of hailstone plate missing. Few chips and tears to other plate edges. Inscriptions to endpapers and front pastedown. Binding has remained firm. Boards are mildly rub worn, with some light shelf wear to spine, edges and corners, corners are bumped. Slight crushing and wear to spine ends. Light scrapes and marks to boards. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cuneum

      Amsterdam 1700 - Opera per la prima volta pubblicata nel "Theatrum Civitatum et admirandorum Italiae", pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1663. Johannes Blaeu, durante la sua lunga attività editoriale pubblica tre volumi sulle città italiane. Nel 1663 i primi tre, suddivisi in Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli e Sicilia. Alla sua morte i suoi eredi danno alla luce altri due volumi datati 1682 incentrati sulle città del Piemonte e della Savoia, poi ristmapti da altri editori nel 1693 e 1697. Il francese Pierre Mortier pubblica una ristampa nel 1704/5, intitolata "Nouveau Theatre de l’Italie". L’opera è in quattro volumi e comprende le lastre del Blaeu, ritoccate e modificate in piccola parte, integrate dall’aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe di proprio disegno, raffiguranti le città della parte settentrionale della penisola, racchiuse nel primo volume dell’opera. L’atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese ed olandese. La particolarità che differenzia le due edizioni di Blaeu e Mortier è rappresentata dal fatto che il testo non è al verso della singola mappa (che quindi è bianca nel retro), ma si trova all’inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell’opera diede origine ad un’ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts ed edita nel 1724/5. Le opere tratte dalla prima edizione del Blaeu, 1663, sono caratterizzate dalla presenza del testo al verso e sono piuttorsto rare. Incisione in rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Esemplare tratto dal "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie" pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5 o nel 1724. Bibliografia: Koeman pp. 332/338, Cremonini pp. 83-90. Dimensioni

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        Von Erbauung des Zimmerholzes. Oder, die vorzüglichste Art, verschiedene Länderyen mit gutem Zimmerholze zu versehen. Nach der vierten Englischen Ausgabe ins Deutsche übersetzt und hrsg. von H.v.F.P.[d.i. Peter Graf F. von Hohenthal-Königsbrück 1726-1794].

      Pappband der Zeit, 8, 10 Bl, 541 S., 11 Bl Register, zahlreiche gestochene Vignetten im Text -Kanten berieben, Gelenke etwas angeplatzt, Namenseintrag auf dem Innendeckel, Papier zum Teil etwas fleckenspurig, gutes Exemplar. Orig.Titel: The timber-tree improved. Ellis (1700-1758), agriculturist and writer ... worked in the brewing industry in London until he bought Church Farm, Little Gaddesden, near Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire... and he began to write about farming, describing improvements made by himself and others. Ellis's most important work was The Modern Husbandman (8 vols.), which came out in instalments, ending in 1744. His many other publications include Chiltern and Vale Farming Explained (1733) A Complete System of Experienced Improvements Made on Sheep, etc. (1749)... Ellis was twice married, but nothing else is known about his personal life. He died in 1758. [Oxford DNB].

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        Die Hochzeit des Lammes umd der Braut, bey der herannahenden Znkunfft [!] Jesu Christi, durch ein Beschrey in dieser Mitternacht, zur heiligen Wache. 22 Bl., 416 S., 10 Bl. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz, doppelblattgr. Titel mit gestoch. Vignette und 14 gefalt Kupfertafeln (alle wegen Übergröße seitlich gefaltet). Halbpergamentbd d. Z. (fleckig) mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Offenbach, Bonaventura de Launoy, (um 1700). - Erste Ausgabe des pietistischen Werks, der Titel mit handschriftlicher Jahreszahl "1701". Eine 2. Auflage erschien 1709. Petersen (1649-1727) wuchs in Lübeck auf und besuchte dort das Katharineum. Schon als Schüler schrieb er 1668 ein Hochzeitsgedicht für Dietrich Buxtehude. Dieser vertonte später Petersens "O wie selig sind, die zu dem Abendmahl des Lammes berufen sind" in einer Kantate (BuxWV 90). Es wird neuerdings angenommen, dass Petersen auch das Libretto der Abendmusik Buxtehudes von 1678 'Die Hochzeit des Lammes' verfasste. Seit 1675 war er mit Philipp Jakob Spener in Frankfurt am Main befreundet. Durch ihn gewann er Zugang zum Pietismus. 1680 heiratete er, damit Standesschranken überschreitend, die adelige Johanna Eleonora von Merlau. Gemeinsam mit ihr entwickelte er eine eigenständige, radikale Spiritualität in Affinität zu extravaganten Formen pietistischer Mystik, die zum ersten Mal im 1685 veröffentlichten 'Spruchkatechismus' zu Tage trat. Später geriet er wegen seines Eintreten für den Chiliasmus und wegen seiner Verbindungen zu der Visionärin Rosamunde Juliane von der Asseburg mit seinen Amtsbrüdern in Konflikt, wurde im Januar 1692 seines Amtes enthoben und musste Lüneburg verlassen. Den Rest seines Lebens verbrachte er als theologischer Schriftsteller, in enger Arbeitsgemeinschaft mit seiner Ehefrau, auf seinen Gütern in Niederndodeleben bei Magdeburg, ab 1724 im heute nicht mehr existierenden Thymern (Thümern) in der Nähe von Groß Lübars (Möckern) und unternahm mehrere Reisen zu seinen Anhängern. – Leicht gebräunt, gutes Exemplar. – VD17 3:601967R (nur Halle; Kriegsverlust der Berliner Staatsbibliothek); Faber du Faur 1425c. Vgl. Jantz 1968 (Ausgabe 1714). Nicht bei Goedeke III 202, 23. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Deß Getreuen Eckarths Ungewissenhaffter Apotecker: In welchen Wie ein rechtschaffener Apotecker beschaffen seyn/ was er vor Tugenden an sich nehmen/ und welcherley Laster er fliehen soll; Hernach bewehrteste Artzeney-Mittel in allerhand Kranckheiten und Zufällen menschlichen Leibes zu gebrauchen; Dann sonderliche Philosophische/ Politische/ Medicinische/ am meisten aber Chymische Observationes, Anmerckungen und Elaborationes ... Endlich welcher gestalt man sich auf Reisen ... verhalten soll; Mit Beyfügung Sinn- und Lehr-reichen/ erschröcklichen und lustigen Begebenheiten vorgestellet werden.

      Augsburg und Leipzig, Kroniger und Göbel 1700.. Mit gest. Frontispiz. 6 Bll., 1 w. Bl., 1288 S. Lederband d. Zt. VD17 75:652357X; Brüning, Bibliographie der alchemistischen Literatur 2959; Dünnhaupt 12. - Eine von mehreren "medizinischen" Bildungsromanen Ettners von Eiteritz, in deren immer wiederkehrender Rahmenhandlung zwei Studenten unter Führung ihres Hofmeisters statt sich im politischen Diskurs zu üben, in die medizinische Fachwelt eingeführt werden. - "Seine von gründlichem Fachwissen erfüllten lehrhaften Romane wurden von den Zeitgenossen durchaus ernst genommen. In der Tat bieten sie auch dem heutigen Leser noch eindrucksvolle Schilderungen der damaligen medizinischen und pharmazeutischen Praxis von einer Lebensnähe, die neuere Medizinhistoriker in den Schatten stellt" (Dünnhaupt S. 1427). - Lädierter Lederband. Anfangs einzelne Wurmspuren, Erscheinungsjahr im Titel angeschnitten, die S. 1109/10 mit hinterlegtem Loch (etwas Textverlust), Besitzvermerk von 1740, wenig fleckig.

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        [Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems; Discourses and Mathematical Demonstrations Concerning Two New Sciences] Systema cosmicum [Dialogo]. In quo dialogis IV. de duobus maximis mundi systematibus. Ptolemaico & Copernicano, rationibus utrinque propositis indefinitiè ac solidè differitur. Accessit alterâ hâc editione praeter conciliationem locorum S. Scripturae cum terrae mobilitate, ejusdem Tractatus de motu, nunc primum ex italico sermone in latinum versus; [bound with ] Discursus et demonstrationes mathematicae circa duas novas scientias [Two New Sciences] pertinentes ad mechanicam et motum localem . . . Quibus accedit appendix De centro gravitatis quorundam solidorum

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Apud Fredericum Haaring, et Davidem Severinum Bibliopolas [through 1700], 1699. Vellum. Very Good. First Leiden Edition of the Dialogo (Fourth Latin Edition, Fifth Edition overall) of Galileo's celebrated defense of the Copernican view of the solar system, bound with bound with the First Latin Edition (third overall) of the Two New Sciences. Two volumes in one. 4to: [16],494,[26]; [6],282(misprinted 826),[4], with copper-engraved portrait of Galileo, additional engraved title page (after Stefano della Bella), dated 1700, showing Aristotle, Ptolemy and Copernicus discussing the heliocentric and geocentric models of the solar system, and numerous woodcut illustrations. In addition to Galileo's texts, this edition includes (following conclusion of the Dialogo) the introduction to "Astronomia nova" (pp. 446-454), in which Johannes Kepler argued in favor of heliocentrism based upon his ten-year-long investigation of the motion of Mars; the Latin translation of Paolo Antonio Foscarini's "Epistola R.P.M. Pauli Antonii Foscarini, Carmelitani, circa Pythagoricorum, & Copernici opinionem de mobilitate terræ, et stabilitate solis: et de novo systemate seu consitiutione mundi" (Letter concerning the Opinion of the Pythagoreans and Copernicus about the Mobility of the Earth and Stability of the Sun, and the New Pythagorean System of the World, pp. 455-487), in which Foscarini defends the Copernican theory against charges that it conflicted with Scripture, and "The judgment of the Cardinals against Galileo and his abjuration (pp. 488-494), first printed in Riccioli's "Almagestum," in 1651. Period full vellum over boards, titled in manuscript to spine, edges speckled black, plain period end papers. A handsome, unsophisticated copy, rare in this condition. Vellum soiled and stained, scattered minor foxing, some thumbing to final few leaves, but a tight, clean example. PMM 128 (Dialogo first edition) & 130 (Discorsi). Carli and Favaro 395. Dibner 8 and 141. Norman 858. First Leiden Edition of the Dialogo (Fourth Latin Edition, Fifth Edition overall), bound with the First Latin Edition (third overall) of the Two New Sciences. Galileo's discoveries with the telescope (described in Sidereus nuncius, in 1610), confirmed his belief that the Sun is the center of the solar system and Earth a planet, as Copernicus had argued. But by 1616, the Inquisition had pronounced Copernican theory heretical, and Galileo was admonished not to “hold or defend” it. Then in 1624, Maffeo Cardinal Barberini, friend, admirer, and patron of Galileo for a decade, was named Pope Urban VIII, and granted Galileo permission to write a book about theories of the universe but warned him to treat the Copernican theory only hypothetically. That book, the Dialogo (Dialogue Concerning the Two Chief World Systems, Ptolemaic & Copernican), was first published, in Italian, in 1632. In it, Galileo gathered together all the arguments (mostly based on his own telescopic discoveries) for the Copernican theory and against the traditional geocentric cosmology put forth by Ptolemy and Aristotle. (The Dialogo takes the form of a discussion between a spokesman for Copernicus, one for Ptolemy and Aristotle, and an educated layman for whose support the other two vie.) Reaction against the book was swift. The pope convened a special commission, which recommended that the Inquisition bring a case against Galileo. Galileo confessed to having overstated his case and was condemned to life imprisonment, though he never spent a day in a dungeon; the Dialogo remained on the Inquisition's Index of prohibited books until 1822. The two new sciences with which the second book deals are mechanics and motion (kinematics). Together, they underlie modern physics, and the Two Sciences is considered the "first modern textbook in physics" (Dibner), "not only because it contains the elements of the mathematical treatment of motion, but also because most of the problems that came rather quickly to be seen as problems amenable to physical experiment and mathematical analysis were gathered together with suggestive discussions of their possible solution." (Dictionary of Scientific Biography) Newton claimed he derived the first two laws of motion from this book. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, with dust jackets carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Historia Hialmari regis Biarmlandiæ atque Thulemarkiæ, ex fragmento runici Ms.ti literis recentioribus descripta, cum gemini versione Johannis Peringskioldi.

      - (Stockholm, Enaeus (?), 1700 eller 1701.) Folio. (43) s. Fläck på titelbladet. Sammanbunden med: HADORPH, Johan (utg.) Dahle laghen, then i forna tijder hafwer brukat warit öfwer alla Dalarna och them som in om Dala råmärken bodde. Nylig igenfunnin uthi ett gammalt MS.to sampt nu medh summarier och concordantier uplagd med hans kongl. May:ts egen bekostnat. Stockholm, Johan Georg Eberdt, 1676. Folio. (14),+ 36,+ (8) s. Sammanbunden med: HADORPH, Johan (utg.) Then gambla Skåne lagh, som i forna tijder hafwer brukat warit, och nu aff ett gammalt pergamentz MS.to med flijt uthskrifwin, medh nyare codicibus jempnförd och förbättrat, som på nästfölliande blad finnes antecknat, sampt medh hans kongl. May:ts bekostnat uplagd. Stockholm, Johan Georg Eberdt, 1676. Folio. (8),+ 72,+ (14) s. Fläckig titelsida. Nära samtida hfrbd med något nött och fläckig rygg med upphöjda bind. Med äldre innehållsförteckning i bläck på försättsbladet. Ur. L. F. Rääfs bibliotek. Fiske s. 245. Warmholtz 2563. Schück IV, s. 142ff. Rudbeck 29 resp. 30 (för lagarna). Andra utgåvan av stockholmstudenten Lucas Halpaps berömda falsarium av en ?Hjálmers saga? Den publicerades först som dissertation under Johannes Bilberg 1690. Peringskiöld, upprymd av det fantastiska fyndet, ombesörjde denna nyutgåva med runskriften avritad i träsnitt jämte fornnordisk, latinsk och svensk uttolkning. Den publicerades sedan återigen 1705 i Hickes stora Theasurus. Falsariet avslöjades 1774 av C. G. Nordin, men blev ändå 1797 översatt till franska av Ch. Pougens i dennes ?Essai sur les antiquités du Nord? Dedikationen till Dalalagen i den vanliga sättningen.

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        Desertum Pharan mystice explicatum, cum quadraginta duabus in eo mansionibus filiorum Isràél ad Palaestinam pergentium: . . . Kalisz, printed by the college of the Society of Jesus, 1685. 4to. With an engraved frontispiece, showing a map of the Holy Land and the route of the Exodus with the 42 stations numbered. Contemporary overlapping vellum.

      Jochera 5908; KVK/WorldCat (3 copies); for the author: ADB XII, p. 165; the map not in Laor; Nebenzahl; Vilnay. Very rare first edition, in Latin, of a work on the Desert of Paran and the 42 "stations" visited by the Israelites following their Exodus from Egypt. Each chapter gives a theological description of one of these stations of the Exodus. Paran is a biblical site where the Israelites spent most of their 40 years of wandering, and is associated with the Sinai Peninsula. The book was written by the Silesian Franciscan theologian Amand Hermann (d. 1700) and printed in Poland by the printing office of the Jesuit College in Kalisz.With inscriptions dated 1698. Foxed throughout, but otherwise in good condition.

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        Venet. Reip. Dominium nec non Pontificii Iuris Ditionum pars maxima et nobilissima in quibus exercituum Caesarianorum Gallorumque itinera et castrametationes, nec non praeliorum loca exquisite demonstrantur

      Amsterdam 1700 - Incisione in rame, mm 485x568, fascinosa coloritura d'epoca a tutto campo, titolo in alto al di fuori della cornice. Non comune carta con bellissimo cartiglio a destra raffigurante una battaglia che riporta la seguente dicitura "Lombardia inter Carolum austriacum Philippum Andegavensem disputata. Capto Gallor. Generali Villeroy".Ottimo esemplare conservato perfettamente

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        Matthiae Stephani . Commentarius in Novellas Justiniani Imperatoris perspique demonstrans veteris juris mutationem sive derogationem correctionem et abrogationem nec non juris novi constitutionem ejusque explicationem. Editio nova ex Auctoris manuscripto multis modis aucta. Accesserunt Notae Johannis Brunnemanni JC. quondam ad hunc Autorem in Collegio privato propositae. Cum indice triplici tum titulorum Novellarum tum materiarum et quaestionum tum etiam legum in Codice per Novellas mutatarum

      impensis Nicolai Foersteri, Lipsiae 1700 - Il volume presenta sovraccoperta di carta protettiva (posteriore) in parte lacera e comunque removibile, la copertina in pergamena sottostante  in ottimo stato. Tagli spruzzati. Antica firma d\'appartenenza sul frontespizio, leggerissime naturali bruniture Capolettera ornato testatina (6) + 754 + (96) p. 202x162 mm p.perg. coeva con titolo manoscritto sul dorso

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        Blumenstück. Öl auf Leinwand. Anfang 18. Jahrhundert. 75 x 60 cm. Im Goldrahmen mit floralem Schnitzwerk und Messingschildchen.

       1700 In Landschaft inszeniertes Blumenstillleben mit Tulpen, Dahlien und weiteren sommerlichen Blüten.- Dabei eine Fotografie des Gemäldes, diese verso mit handschriftlicher Expertise aus dem Jahr 1964 von H. Hubert (Chef-Experte der Kunstabteilung des Dorotheums in Wien), welche das Bild als \'Arbeit eines deutschen Malers des 18. Jh. aus dem Kreis des Werner Tamm\' einordnet.- Mittig im Bild wenige schwache weiße Rückstände von Fasern, verso kleiner (Zoll-)Stempel. Goldrahmen mit kleinem Abplatzer an oberer linker Ecke.- Aus der Sammlung Häusler, Kiel. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Religiöses Ölgemälde wohl um 1700 mit der Jungfrau Maria, dem Jesuskind, Heiligen und Engelsköpfen.

       Grosses religiöses Ölgemälde wohl um 1700. Oben auf einer Wolke Maria mit dem Jesuskind, untenstehend der geflügelte Erzengel Gabriel sowie 2 Heilige mit Liliensträußen in der Hand. Im Himmel oben schweben 4 Engelsköpfe. Unten mit einer Landschaft in der FerneÖl auf Leinwand auf Leisten gezogen. Bildmaß: 75 x 64 cm ( Höhe x Breite ). Von schlechter Erhaltung: Das Bild stärker angestaubt und eingedunkelt, etwas fleckig, berieben, mit Randläsionen und einigen kleinen Löchern, etwas angeknickt und craquelliert. ( Reinigungs- und restaurierungsbedürftig ). Unsigniert. ( Bitte beachten: Hier aufgrund der Größe und der Gefahr der Beschädigung bitte nur Selbstabholung in meinem Ladengeschäft ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versand D: 5,00 EUR Ölgemälde, Maria, Jungfrau Maria, Jesus, Jesuskind, Erzengel Gabriel, Heilige, Putten, Engelsköpfe, Öl, Leinwand, Google

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        1. L'Asie. 2. Amerique Septentrionale & Meridionale. 3. L'Afrique. 4. L'Europe. [Set of four continents]

      Amsterdam. c.1700 - Set of four maps. Size: 585 x 500 mm. Mounted size: 730 x 630 mm. Fine condition. Crisp and clean impressions. Map of Europe has some browning. Copper engraving. Original colour. A beautiful set of the four continents. Each map shows, in excellent detail, the extent of the exploration of the world up around the year 1700. Each map has separate decorated cartouches for the title and the scales. The map of the Americas, a map closely aligned with the Jaillot map of 1674, has two excellent vignettes in each lower corner, each depicting encounters between Europeans and Native Americans. California is shown as an island. The map of Africa has a set of wonderful cartouches, one featuring "exotic" wild African animals.

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        The Order of the Gospel, Professed and Practiced by the Churches of Christ in New England, Justified by the Scripture, in Answer to Several Questions Relating to Church Discipline.

      Baldwin, London 1700 - viii 86p bound in 19th century half calf with gilt lettering to spine, binding tight, two pages publisher's adverts in back, running header "The Order of the Churches in New England Vindicated" in Gothic letter, library stamp to verso of title, Presbyterian library name also in gilt on spine, text clean, tight margins, very well preserved and complete [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A massive Spanish manuscript choir book in Latin

      An early eighteenth century Spanish Graduale Romanum, or Roman Gradual (the second of two volumes), with thick wooden boards and iron fittings, containing music and text for the proprium missal (proper of the mass), including a Peruvian credo and with an index to both volumes at the end arranged mostly alphabetically under five headings for the introits, graduals, tracts, alleluias, offertories and communions. Such choir books were produced at this large scale so that they could be set on a lectern and the entire choir could gather around them to sing. Their style changed little from the sixteenth to the early nineteenth century. The combination of a mass for the Franciscan Copertino and the Peruvian credo may suggest that the choir book came from Spanish Franciscans, even though there are also masses for Jesuits and a Portuguese credo.  [Spain? : circa 1700, with additions to at least 1767]. An extremely large manuscript choir book (75.5 x 57.5 x 15.5 cm) in black and red ink on sheepskin parchment, with plainchant music (5-line staves in red measuring 56 mm with square and diamond notes in black, mostly with a c-clef on the middle or second line, sometimes an f-clef or both, sometimes with a b-flat or f-sharp) and the text in a large rotunda gothic hand (about 16 mm in height) in black with headings and some other words in red, 3 three-line (about 25 cm) and 11 two-line (about 18 cm) elaborately decorated initials in 2 or more colours, mostly in red and blue, but some with other colours and gold, and hundreds of 1-line (about 8 cm) decorated initials (black or black and yellow interlaced gothic; red, blue or duplex red and blue so-called Lombardic, sometimes with white interior decoration; and a few others); eighteenth century (?) black half goatskin with black sheepskin sides, over beechwood (?) boards (the boards 17 mm thick!), on 6 double cords (hemp ropes?), each board with 2 long iron anchor/catch plates running across the entire width (all 4 the same, but with 2 iron clasps anchored on the front and catching on the back), each with 2 iron bosses, a 5th boss in the centre of the board, thin iron strips covering the seam between back and sides, iron edge-pieces at the head and foot and the upper and lower parts of the fore-edge, the anchor/catch plates and edge pieces secured with countersunk flat-head screws, the thinner plates with round-head iron pins; with a blank front pastedown and four leaves of a similar gradual (perhaps formerly part of this one) used as free endleaves at front and back and as the pastedown at the back; and with parchment-covered cloth tabs, labelled in manuscript; "l49" [= 155] ll. plus 5 endleaves (1 blank and 4 manuscript), including pastedowns; some leaves with tears, mostly repaired at an early date, some with the text retouched on the repair, some minor abrasions and an occasional heading in the older leaves shaved, but most leaves in good condition. The binding has numerous small worm holes in the boards, but is also generally good. Most of the leaves 10-102 show a consistent style (as do their 2- and 3-line initials in red and blue) and are probably the oldest part of the book. Some parts may have been added soon after and others probably still later. The text ends halfway down 149r and the index begins immediately on the same page, continued on 149v. This index covers the texts of volume 2 only up to leaf 135 and the leaves after 102 are irregularly covered. The leaves 135 to 149 contain five credos following the text of the Roman Catholic mass: "Credo de Piedra" (1 36r-138v), "Credo Constantino" (138v-141r), "Credo Portugues" (141r-143r), "Credo Peruano" (143r-145v, a Peruvian credo) and another without title but with "Monja" or "Monia" written in the margin (146r-149r). The front pastedown is blank, but the other four endleaves, appearing to come from a similar choir book, are numbered 131-133, [134], and include the introit, gradual, tract, alleluia and communion for the feast of Corpus Christi (some of the slips used to repair the leaves of the main text also appear to come from a similar choir book). These also appear to be among the oldest leaves and may match 10-102 in style. The foliation is irregular, with no 127 and with the leaves between 130 and 146 (which differ in style from those before and after) numbered [130 bis], [130 ter], [130 quater], 131-133, 133 [bis], 134-135, [135 bis], 134 [bis], 135 [ter], 136-145. The index has no reference to a leaf 127, suggesting it did not begin a new part of the text. lt appears to have been cut out, leaving a stub, yet only one-and-a-half words appear to be lost: leaves 124-130 contain two versions of the Credo from the Roman Catholic mass, the first (124v-126v) ending "Et vitam venturi secu[li. Amen.]" and the second (128r-130v) complete. Perhaps leaf 127 was almost entirely decoration and was cut out to be displayed or sold. The three unnumbered leaves between 130 and 131 clearly do not match any of the others and are probably the latest in the book. Their 5-line staff is smaller (45 mm), their text is written in a broad-bibbed pen rendering of a roman printing type, and they are added to the end of the index in a different hand than the rest. They contain masses for four saints who were canonizer in the years 1746 to 1767, so they must have at least been made after 1767 and could be even later. The four are Saint Camillus de Lellis (1550-1614) from Naples, who established Ministers of the infirm or Camillians; Gerolamo Emiliani (1486-1537) from Venice, who established the Somaschi; Iosé de Calasanz (1557-1648) from Aragon, who established Piarists; and Giuseppe da Copertino (Cupertino) (1603-1663), a Franciscan from Apulla (the heel of the Italian boot). The Franciscans were the most active missionaries in Peru from the 16th to the 18th century, though many were martyred and many of their missions were destroyed by uprisings in 1742. These are followed by masses for Saint Philip Neri, canonizer 1622 (133v-134v) and the ]esuit Saints Ignatius de Loyola (134) and Francis Xavier (135). Volume 1 was apparently less extensive, for the index records leaves up to 135 for volume 2 but only up to 79 for volume 1. The large size required a whole skin for each leaf, so that the book had to be assembled from separate leaves rather than quires of bifolia, though the compiler generally arranged it so that the facing pages of an opening are either both skin side or both flesh side.

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        La coûtume de la prevosté et vicomté de Paris

      - Chez Guillaume Cavelier ; Chez Charles Osmont , à Paris 1700, in-folio (25x39cm), (10) 576pp. (4), relié. - Prima edizione, marrone periodo di pelle di pecora rare.Pleine. Torna con cinque nervi ornato e di avere un pezzo di marocchino rosso. Lacune alla testa e la coda goffamente ripristinati stesso per gli angoli. Graffi e scalfitture sul coperchio anteriore. Alcuni molto piccolo striscione mouillures.Un recante l'indirizzo di Carlo Osmont è stato incollato al posto dell'indirizzo dell'editore; la parte anteriore della pagina può essere letto a testa in Chez Guillaume Cavelier 1700 (non sappiamo il motivo per la sostituzione, o forse Charles Osmont condiviso quest'anno e venduto lo stesso). Spese di copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare. Reliure en pleine basane brune d'époque. Dos à cinq nerfs richement orné et présentant une pièce de titre de maroquin rouge. Manques en tête et en queue malhabilement restaurés, même chose pour les coins. Epidermures et entailles sur le premier plat. Quelques très infimes mouillures. Un Bandeau portant l'adresse de Charles Osmont a été contrecollé en place de l'adresse de l'éditeur ; au recto de la page on peut déchiffrer à l'envers Chez Guillaume Cavelier 1700 (nous ne connaissons pas la raison de cette substitution, ou peut-être Charles Osmont partageait-il cette édition et en vendait-il lui-même). Exemplaire frais.

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        Historie des Ouden en Nieuwen Testaments, Verrykt met meer dan vierhonderd Printverbeeldingen in koper gesneeden.

      Amsterdam, Pieter Mortier 1700 - 2 delen in 1 band, (titelprent, 16) 282 (8), (titelprent, 24) 163 (11) p. Origineel Leer met ribben, goudbestempeld, met goud op snede en geciseleerd boekblok, Folio (De band is aan de randen plaatselijk licht geschaafd, enkele kleine vlekjes in de marges vanwege het gebruik. Zeer fraaie editie van de eerste uitgave van de prentbijbel van Mortier, ook wel de Grote Mortierbijbel genoemd. Het werk is gedrukt op dik, royaal papier en bevat naast de gravures een beschrijving van de bijbehorende geschiedenissen door David Martin. Geïllustreerd met 2 titelprenten, 5 kaarten, 428 gravures op 214 bladen en 29 ovalen vignetten. De gravures zijn van de hand van diverse kunstenaars waaronder Jan Luyken, Jan Goeree, Bernard Picart en Gerard Hoet. Boven de 428 gravures staat een opschrift met het bijbehorende bijbelgedeelte en een titel in zowel het Nederlands als het Frans. De kaarten zijn onder andere van de hand van Johannes van Luchtenburg en verbeelden resp. een wereldkaart, het paradijs, de woestijnreis, het Heilige Land en de zendingsreizen. Drie van de kaarten zijn versierd met afbeeldingen langs de randen door Jan Luyken. Het geheel is gebonden in een aantrekkelijke band van rood leer en rijkelijk versierd met goudopdruk op zowel de platten als de rug met een motief van bloemen en ranken, de snede van het boekblok is verguld en geciseleerd met een ornamentaal motief.) Berg, A.J. van den/Thijs, B. (2009). De prentbijbel van Mortier, in Met Andere Woorden van 28 januari / Coelen, P. van der (1998). De Schrift verbeeld. Oudtestamentische prenten uit renaissance en barok, p. 177 / Eeghen, P. van & Kellen, J.P. van der (1905). Het Werk van Jan en Casper Luyken Deel II, p. 491-499, nr. 351 / Jansen, C. (2010). De Bijbelcartografie van 1500-1800, p. 98 / Poortman, W.C. (1983). Bijbel en Prent. Deel II: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 98-105

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        Malta. [View of the castle, fortifications and harbour of Valetta]. [Malta(?), ca. 1700?]. 14 x 44 cm. Ink and colour wash drawing, signed in the lower right corner: "Rademaker". Mounted in a rice-paper window kept under passe-partout.

      Beautiful and detailed watercolour drawing, drawn in brown ink with grey and brown washes. The fortifications are rendered in a very careful and detailed way. The view is probably drawn from the peninsula Floriana, part of the city of Valetta, with the fortification Manoel at left and the fortification Tigné in the centre, both with the flags of the Order of the Knights of St. John flying on the towers and ships in full sail leaving the harbour for the open sea. Above the border at the centre is written "Malta".Cut down to the border (except for a tab left at the top for the title), but in fine condition, with only a couple small spots in the sky.

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        Ethica Naturalis Seu Documenta Moralia E Variis Rerum Naturalium Proprietatib[us] [ Emblem Book C1700]

      Beverley Tucker, Senate Printer, Nuremberg 1700 - pages; . .virtutum vitiorumq[ue] symbolicis imaginibus collecta. Engraved title followed by 100 leaves, printed recto only, each with engraved illustration after Jan and Caspar Luiken, numbered I-C. Nineteenth century morocco backed cloth, marbled endpapers. Provenance: A. Kuhnholtz-Lordat (bookplate). An educational emblem book based on various aspects of nature and human nature with 100 engraved emblems by Jan Luiken (41 images) and Caspar Luiken (59 images). Each emblem is accompanied by a 10-line Latin verse in letterpress by the German engraver and publisher Johann Christoph Weigel. Largely Natural history-like emblems, includes Whaling plates and natural disasters. Dogs, cats, poultry, horses, horses, Camel human condition- disease, famine, war, old age, poverty . # Praz 533; # Landwehr, German, 639; # Klaversma & Hannema 471/472 ; 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Religiöses Ölgemälde wohl um 1700 mit der Jungfrau Maria, dem Jesuskind, Heiligen und Engelsköpfen.

      Grosses religiöses Ölgemälde wohl um 1700. Oben auf einer Wolke Maria mit dem Jesuskind, untenstehend der geflügelte Erzengel Gabriel sowie 2 Heilige mit Liliensträußen in der Hand. Im Himmel oben schweben 4 Engelsköpfe. Unten mit einer Landschaft in der FerneÖl auf Leinwand auf Leisten gezogen. Bildmaß: 75 x 64 cm ( Höhe x Breite ). Von schlechter Erhaltung: Das Bild stärker angestaubt und eingedunkelt, etwas fleckig, berieben, mit Randläsionen und einigen kleinen Löchern, etwas angeknickt und craquelliert. ( Reinigungs- und restaurierungsbedürftig ). Unsigniert. ( Bitte beachten: Hier aufgrund der Größe und der Gefahr der Beschädigung bitte nur Selbstabholung in meinem Ladengeschäft ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        MANOSCRITTO TITOLATO "LIBRO DI EDITTI DECRETI E NOTIFICAZIONI VESCOVILI" D. DONATO POPOLI RACCOLSE E ORDIN

      1700. LATINO 0,7 Bel manoscritto con legatura a cartelliina chiusa da laccio di cuoio in tutta pergamena, con titoli manoscritti alla coperta ant e al dorso, quest' ultimo con applicazioni decorative in cuoio.All' interno raccolta di editti, notificazioni ecc. in forma sciolta o rilegata, in bella grafia sono riportate le spiegazioni di questi.Pagine numerate, le ultime bianche, alcune con richiami a fine pagina. Raccolta vasta e particolareggiata, indice all' inizio USATO

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        L'Amerique en Plusieurs Cartes Nouvelles et Exactes; et en Divers Traittes de Geographie, & d'Histoire

      Halma, [Amsterdam 1700 - (8 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches). 82, [2] pp. 15 double-page engraved maps. Contemporary calf, spine with raised bands Rare issue of Sanson's petite atlas of the Americas, first published in 1657. The maps include detailed charts of North, South and Central America, the West Indies, Canada, Mexico, Florida and the southeast, and a map of New Mexico showing most of the Spanish southwest territory with California depicted as an island. The maps are titled as follows: 1) Americque Septentriole 2) Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France, &c. 3) La Floride 4) Audience de Mexico 5) Audience de Guadalajara, Nouveau Mexique, Californie, &c. 6) Audience de Guatimala 7) Les Isles Antilles, &c. 8) Amerique Meridionale 9) Terre Ferme, Nouveau royme de Grenade, &c. 10) Guiane divisee en Guiane, et Caribane 11) Le Perou, et le cours de la rivre Amazone 12) Le Chili 13) Le Brasil 14) Le Paraguay subdivise en ses principales parties, suivant les dernieres relaons 15) Detroit de Magellan, Terre, et Isles Magellanicques, &c. Various states of the maps have been identified by Burden, Kershaw and Cumming, though none conform definitively to this issue of the atlas. Grid lines were added to the plates for publication in Halma's edition of Description de tout l'Universe (Amsterdam:1700), suggesting the place and date of publication for this unrecorded edition. Sabin 76712; Phillps Atlases 1151 (first edition); Streeter Sale 68 (undated edition); Kershaw, Early Printed Maps of Canada 137; Burden 324-327; Cumming 97. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Le Figurine

      1700 - Serie completa di 60 incisioni all’acquaforte, tratte da Salvator Rosa. Bellissime prove, impresse su carta vergata coeva, due su ogni foglio, con pieni margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. La serie delle Figurine di Salvator Rosa ebbe un grande successo, documentato dal numero di imitazioni che sono conosciute. A complete set of sixty etchings of the Figurine series, atre Salvator Rosa. Very good impressions, printed on contemporary paper, (2 in one page), in perfect conditions. Wallace p. 330, 133. Dimensioni 95 145mm

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        Gole after Cornelis Dusart - Dutch ice skating scenes.

      ?LA HOLLANDOISE SUR LES PATINS?? en ?LE HOLLANDOIS SUR LA GLACE??Etsen met aquatint vervaardigd rond 1700 te Amsterdam door Jacob Gole (ca. 1660 ?? 1737) naar Cornelis Dusart (1660-1704). Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (prent) elk: 25,5 x 18 cm.Onder de prenten wordt uitgelegd, bij de vrouw: ?On vas tu cher Gilot je sens rompre la glace,/ Si je m?enfoce au moins que je t?embrasse.?? En bij de man: ?Ca la pipe a la main, venez, chers camarades,/ Bravons le froid, et faisons cent gambades.??Bernardino de Mendoza, Spaans geschiedschrijver ten tijden van de Opstand vertelde met ontzag over de rapheid van de Hollandse schaatsers: Zij hebben platte, houten schoenen aan de voeten die met een over de wreef lopende riem vastzitten. Aan de zool van dit schoeisel zit een stuk metaal, zo dik als een pink, dat van voren in een krul oploopt zoals de Turkse pantoffels. Op dit schoeisel gaan zijn vlug over het ijs en bewegen daarbij hun voeten met een zekere regelmaat. Zij staan er zo vast op dat zelfs boerenvrouwen en meisjes er zich snel op voortbewegen met manden eieren of andere zaken op hun hoofd. Zij hebben een ongelofelijk vlugge vaart, vooral als de wind tegen hun achterste blaast, want er is geen paard dat hen kan bijhouden.Prijs: ?1.250,- /stuk (incl. lijst, BTW margeregeling).

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        L'Asie, Distenguee En Ses Principales Parite Scavoir La Turquie En Asie, L'Arabie, La Perse, L'Inde, La Chine, La Tartarie, Les Isles Du Iapon, Des Philippines, Des Molucques, De La Sonde, De Ceylan Ou Des Maldives

      Amsterdam Holland: Gerard Valck, 1700. Copper-engraved map of Asia, with original hand coloring; colored cartouche at top left; no date and circa 1700; 58.5 cm x 49.0 cm approx.; laid-down to cardstock; darkened, slightly paler along old fold line; few closed tears visible at bottom edge, unobtrusive; not much of a margin; still an interesting and good-looking map of the area, with a colorful cartouche. . First Edition. Not Bound. Good. `.

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        Schöne und rahre Landschafften in Italien und andern Ländern nach dem Leben gezeichnet von Joh. Wilhelm Baurn Solche von Melchior Küßel in Kupffer gestochen

      Augsburg: Johann Ulrich Krauss, 1700. Oblong 4to (240 x 282 mm). 18 plates: engraved title and 17 numbered etchings, engraved captions in German, by Melchior Küsel after Baur. Watermarks: 1) hunting horn, 45 x 32 mm., lettered below A I F; 2) serpent (95 x 37 mm.) coiled around an anchor(?) with leaf-shaped upper escutcheon lettered MD(?). Most in very good impressions. Some marginal soiling or foxing, a stain to title from erasure of shelfmark, crease marks to a few plates, plate 6 just shaved at foremargin. Modern morocco-backed boards (bowed). Provenance: Carl Gustav Schmidtsche Bibliothek, purple ink-stamp on title with ink shelfmark no. 494 (old attempts to erase the same number elsewhere on title-page causing small stain).*** only separate edition of a suite of delightful landscape etchings after the miniature painter and engraver J. W. Baur, etched by Melchior Küsel, Augsburg engraver and goldsmith, and published by his son-in-law Johann Ulrich Krauss, the preeminent Augsburg print publisher of his generation. The etchings show mountainous or riparian vistas from Italy, the Alps, the Pyrénées, and Dalmatia, dotted with castles, waterfalls, grazing sheep, etc., most painted from life by Baur on his travels to and from Italy in the 1630s. These sensitive small format landscapes and views, which Baur painted habitually on vellum and with which he came to be associated, are depicted as subjects in their own right or dominate foreground scenes of, for example, Neapolitan peasants playing ball, hunting parties, mythological or religious subjects such as Daphne and Phoebus or St. Leopold's discovery of his wife's veil (on which site he founded Klosterneuburg), or even a pair of unidentified strolling angels. This is one of at least five different thematic tirages à part published by Krauss of selected plates from Baur's and Küsel's Iconographia, a four-part collection of Baur's work, encompassing a Passion suite as well as a selection of his landscapes, emblems, garden views, etc., first published (also by Krauss) in 1670-72 and reprinted four times thereafter, with the last edition appearing in 1702. The plates appeared in part 3 of the Iconographia; for this issue the imprints were re-engraved within the image, the plates were renumbered, and the captions, in letterpress in the Iconographia, were engraved (and occasionally shortened) in the lower blank margins of each plate. I locate no copies in the US; OCLC and KVK list 4 copies in German libraries. In N. America there are copies of the Iconographia (various editions) at Harvard, Univ. of Louisville, Getty Center, the Univ. of Laval, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. VD17 1:073094G (16 plates only); Hollstein German 22:476-490; cf. Thieme-Becker (Seeman reprint) 3:89-90 and 22:73-4.

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        [Emblem Book] Alle De Wercken, soo Oude als Nieuwe van den Heer Jacob Cats, Ridder, oudt Raadtpensionaris Van Hollandt, &c. : Op nieus vermeerdert met des Autheurs Tachtig-jarig Leven, Huyshoudinge en Bedenckingen op Zorg-vliet. Hier komen noch by des Dichters Gedachten Op Slapeloose Nachten, Nevens zijn gansche Twee En Tachtig-Jarigleven. Door hemzelf in dichtmaat beschreven, en nooit voor deezen gedrukt

      T'Amsterdam / T'Utrecht: Daniel van den Dalen. François Halma. De wed. van A. van Someren / J. en Wilhelm vande Water. Boekverkopers, 1700. Early Reprint. Vellum. Fine. Profusely illustrated edition of Cats's complete collected works, first published in 1655. Two folio volumes bound in one, each separately paged and signed, and each with additional engraved title page bearing a portrait of the author, as well as sectional title pages with engraved vignettes. [28],666 [i.e. 662: 183-184 repeated and 343-348 omitted],[10]; [18],390,[6],393-608,61,[1] pp, with full-page portraits of the author and of Anna Maria Schurman, three double-page plates, and more than 400 superb copper-engraved half- and quarter-page plates (most from the original designs of Adrian van de Venne), numerous tailpieces of bouquets, and historiated initials. Recent period-style full vellum binding by Fitterer, mustard lettering piece decorated and lettered in gilt, end papers renewed. An exemplary example in a magnificent vellum binding, occasional spotting and minor marginal browning internally, else fresh and bright with deep rich impressions of type and plates. Cats was a Dutch statesman and writer of emblem books, a type of popular, seventeenth-century literature consisting of woodcuts or engravings accompanied by didactic verses pointing a moral or presenting an ethical concern often related to love and marriage. (Dutch artists of the Golden Age, including Vermeer, used such books as inspiration for motifs in their paintings and prints.) The sources upon which Cats draws for this combination of emblem literature and love poetry are chiefly the Bible and the classics and occasionally Boccaccio and Cervantes. His first book, Sinne-en minnebeelden ("Portraits of Morality and Love") contained 96 emblematic engravings with text in Dutch, Latin, and French, each emblem with a threefold interpretation, expressing what were for Cats the three elements of human life: love, society, and religion. Perhaps his most famous emblem book, written in a more homely style than his earlier works, is Spiegel van den ouden en nieuwen tyt ("Mirror of Old and New Times"), with 128 emblematical engravings accompanied by quotations, many of which have become household sayings. Two other works—Houwelyk ('Marriage') and Trou-ringh ('Wedding Ring'), with 59 plates—are rhymed dissertations on marriage and conjugal fidelity. Finally, in one of his last books, Ouderdom, buyten-leven en hof-gedachten ("Old Age, Country Life, and Garden Thoughts"), with 27 plates, Cats writes movingly about his declining years. (Adapted from the Encyclopedia Britannica) N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Alle de Wercken, soo Oude als Nieuwe... De laatste Druk. Hier komen noch by des Dichters Gedachten Op Slapeloose Nachten, nevens zijn gansche Twee en Tachtig-Jarig Leven

      Amsterdam: Daniel van den Dalen and François Halma; Utrecht: Wilhelm vande Water, 1700. Two volumes. Second edition. Folio. (28), 666, (10) [pp. 183-184 repeated and page numbers 343-348 omitted as usual, the text and signatures continual]; (18), 390, (6), 393-608, 61, (1) pp. Contemporary mottled full calf, spine with raised bands, gilt lettered red labels, gilt decorated to the spines, elaborate gilt borders to the boards which also feature a central gilt device. Two portraits of the author and Anna Maria Schurman and three double page plates plus hundreds of superb engravings, a few full page but mostly set in the text. One of the double page plates and two text leaves with marginal tears without loss, some light rubbing to the extremities, a very handsome set. The life and works of this Dutch writer was first published in 1655. Cats' literary work primarily consists of moral poetry and these editions of his writings are embellished with numerous fine copper engravings of varying sizes including engraved title pages, head & tailpieces, vignettes and, most notably, hundreds of emblematic illustrations to accompany the verses. A lovely example of an extraordinary work.

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        Desertum Pharan mystice explicatum, cum quadraginta duabus in eo mansionibus filiorum Isràél ad Palaestinam pergentium: . . . Kalisz, printed by the college of the Society of Jesus, 1685. 4to. With an engraved frontispiece, showing a map of the Holy Land and the route of the Exodus with the 42 stations numbered. Contemporary overlapping vellum.

      - Jochera 5908; KVK/WorldCat (3 copies); for the author: ADB XII, p. 165; the map not in Laor; Nebenzahl; Vilnay. Very rare first edition, in Latin, of a work on the Desert of Paran and the 42 "stations" visited by the Israelites following their Exodus from Egypt. Each chapter gives a theological description of one of these stations of the Exodus. Paran is a biblical site where the Israelites spent most of their 40 years of wandering, and is associated with the Sinai Peninsula. The book was written by the Silesian Franciscan theologian Amand Hermann (d. 1700) and printed in Poland by the printing office of the Jesuit College in Kalisz.With inscriptions dated 1698. Foxed throughout, but otherwise in good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Verhandeling van de sphærische of klootsche zonne-wysers; namelyk, hoe men op een sphæra convexa, of ronde kloot, allerley zonnewysers meetkonstig beschryven kan.Leeuwarden, Jacques Alexandre de Chalmot, 1761. 8vo. With 50 figures on 21 folding engraved plates by Jan Caspar Philips. Later half vellum, made from early materials.

      - Bierens de Haan 2521. First and only edition of an important work on spherical sundials by the Dutch mathematician Johann Hermann Knoop (1700-1769). It describes how to measure and construct different types of sundials, including one inside a hollow half sphere and a "gnomic" armillary sphere. The plates, engraved by Jan Caspar Philips (1690-1775), depict these sundials. They are bound at the end of the text and can be folded out while consulting the text.Knoop was curator of the gardens of Princes Maria Louisa in Leeuwarden, and teacher in mathematics in the same city.With two small stamps and a shelf label on title-page. Title-page browned and thumbed, with a waterstain in the lower margin, margins slightly browned throughout, with a few small spots. Otherwise in good condition, wholly untrimmed and with most bolts unopened. Binding also in very good condition.

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        Pratica di fabricar scene, e machine ne'teatri.Pesaro, Flaminio Concordia, 1637. 4to. With the woodcut coat of arms of the dedicatee Cardinal Grimaldi on the title-page and 49 woodcut diagrams and illustrations of decors and stage settings in the text, many illustrating the use of perspective to give an illusion of three dimensions and some showing mechanical systems, such as screens raised and lowered with pulleys. Decorated paper wrappers (ca. 1700?).

      - Berlin Kat. 2785; ICCU (5 copies); Percy Muir, Talks on book collecting, 1952, p. 96; Quagliarini, Costruzioni in legno nei teatri, 2008, pp. 100-101. Rare first edition, in the original Italian, of the first book devoted exclusively to stage design, stage architecture, machinery and special effects on stage. It is written in the form of directions to the architect who must transform a hall of state into a theatre. The author takes the reader backstage and reveals the secrets of the elaborate effects so often found in Renaissance theatre. He deals with the general problems of theatre construction, audience arrangement, scene construction and lighting. It is our main source of information on the scenic practice in the Italian Renaissance theatre and helped to spread that practice throughout Europe. From 1610 Sabbattini (1574-1654) had worked in Pesaro as chief architect and engineer in service of Francesco Maria Della Rovere (1549-1631), last Duke of Urbino. With early owners' inscriptions on title-page. With unobtrusive marginal restorations in the first and last leaves, including the blank lower half of the final leaf, and some faint stains, but otherwise in good condition. Spine of wrapper restored. Rare first edition of an essential source for any study of Renaissance theatre. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De disciplina puerorum, recteque formandis eorum & studiis & moribus, ...Basel, Joannes Oporinus (colophon: Bern, Samuel Apiarius, March 1556). With : (2) [MOREL, Guillaume, ed.]. Graecorum veterum selectae brevesque epistolae.Paris, Guillaume Morel, King's printer for Greek, 1562. With a remarkable woodcut device on the title-page. With the Greek text set in Claude Garamont's famous Grec du Roi and the Latin translation set in his Aldine-style italic. 2 works in 1 volume. 8vo (15 x 10 x 4.5 cm). Richly gold-tooled tanned sheepskin (ca. 1700), gilt edges.

      Ad 1: VD16, B1342 (5 copies); USTC 629492 (4 of the same 5 copies); ad 2: USTC 198586 (4 copies). Two rare works, both the first editions of these collections, in an elegant French binding from ca. 1700.Ad 1: Rare first and only collective edition of 27 Latin pedagogical works originally published separately in the first half of the 16th century. It includes texts by Louis Vives, Erasmus, Rudolph Agricola, Melanchthon, Christophe Hegendorf, Otho Brundels, Sebald Heyden and others. Even the separately published works are very rare and hard to bring together. This collection presents the essential pedagogical concepts and opinions of the Renaissance. Ad 2: Rare first edition of a selection of excerpts from Greek epistles by more than a dozen classical authors, printed by Guillaume Morel. The authors include Diogenes of Sinope, Apollonius of Tyana, Philostratus, Theophilact and many more. It is followed by a Latin translation. With extensive contemporary annotations in the Greek text of the Epistolae, owner's inscription and bookplate. With some running heads and page numbers in the Epistolae shaved, but otherwise in very good condition, with only minor browning and one quire of the Disiplina with a tiny marginal worm trail. Two rare collective editions of Greek epistles and Latin pedagogical texts, beautifully bound.

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        Koninglyke almanach: beginnende met den aanvang der oorlog, van anno 1701 .... Waer in duydelijk de loop der zon der ongeregtigheid, met zyn eclipsen, of de regtvaardige straf des heemels, door XVIII zinnbeelden in koopere plaaten vertoond word; ... | Almanach royal. Commencant[!] avec la guere de l'an 1701 jusques .... ou est exactement observé le cours du soleil d'injustice; avec ses eclips; ou la juste punition du ciel. Demonstré dans XVIII emblemes. ..."Paris" [= Amsterdam], "imprimé â l'imprimerie royale du Petit Louis" [= Carel Allard, 1706?]. Small folio (32 x 21 cm). Engraved print series with an engraved title-page and 24 engraved prints (9 single-page and 15 double-page; 18 bound in and 6 loosely inserted), the double-page prints with extensive letterpress text flanking and/or below the engraving. Contemporary marbled-paper wrappers.

      Atlas van Stolk 3182; Brunet I, pp. 194-195; Cohen, col. 28; KVK & WorldCat (3 copies); Muller, Historieplaten 3038-3071. Extremely rare complete emblematic print series (plus alternative versions of several prints) mercilessly satirizing and ridiculing King Louis XIV of France, his grandson King Philip V of Spain, the Marquise de Maintenon (whom Louis XIV had secretly married after she had been his mistress for years), many others in Louis XIV's court and his allies in the War of the Spanish Succession (1700/01-1714). Most prints, like the title-page, have texts in both Dutch and French. The title and many of the prints gleefully note the total eclipse of the sun that occurred on 12 May 1706, supposedly the day Philip V abandoned his siege of Barcelona (which had been taken by the British six months earlier), presenting it as the total eclipse of the Sun King.In 1877 Muller noted the "great rarity" of all these prints, surviving in far fewer numbers than satirical prints of poorer quality and less importance. "Their value as expressions of the spirit and life of the common people is inestimable: indeed, there is almost no period in our history for which we possess such a rich treasure of prints." They also influenced the better known series on the 1720 South Sea Bubble, two of the present prints serving as direct models for prints in that series. The title-page attributes the emblems to "the leading masters of our century" and some of the plates have been attributed to Romeyn de Hooghe and/or someone from his school, Laurens Scherm and the publisher Carel Allard himself.Although no two copies of the print series have the same makeup, and many of the emblems exist in variant forms, the present set of prints includes the engraved title-page, at least one of each of the 19 emblems noted by Muller, and two versions of some, so it may be called "complete". The present copy includes a major variant not recorded by Muller (or elsewhere).With 6 prints loosely inserted, 3 of them with a slightly tattered fore-edge, 1 also with a marginal tear along an old fold repaired with tape, and 1 bound print slightly browned, but still generally in very good condition. The spine of the marbled wrapper is mostly lost and the sides rubbed, with a few small and minor tears and stains, but the binding structure remains sound. One of the best and most extensive copies of an extremely rare and important popular satirical print series from the War of the Spanish Succession.

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        Tutte le opere . . . divise in V. parti et di nuovo con somma accuratezza ristampate. (bound with) De vanitate consiliorum liber unus, in quo vanitas et veritas, rerum humanarum politicis & moralibus rationibus clare demonstratur & dialogice exhibetur; (bound with) Libri tres de origine urbium earum excellentia et augendi ratione quibus accesserunt Hippolyti a collibus incrementa urbium sive de causis magnitudinis urbium liber unus

      Florence: n.p., 1700. Edizione Testina. Vignette of Machiavelli's portrait on title. Separate dated title pages to all parts except the Historie fiorentine which begins the volume. Dell'arte della guerra contains typographical figures depicting military formations and a double-page woodcut illustration depicting an army camp, and a manuscript table of contents following L'asino d'oro. Contemporary half vellum and marbled boards, manuscript titles on spine. Despite some browning and damp-staining, an excellent copy with an ownership inscription dated 1801 on the paste-down. I. Early edition of the political works of Machiavelli, which include: --Gli otto libri delle Historie Fiorentine. --Discorsi di Nicolo Machiavelli cittadino et secretario fiorentino, sopra la prima deca di T. Livio a Zanobi Buondelmonti et a Cosimo Rucellai. --I sette libri dell'arte della guerra di Nicolo Machiavelli cittadino et secretario fiorentino. --L'asino d'oro di Nicolo Machiavelli cittadino et secretario fiorentino, con tutte l'altre sue operette: La contenenza delle quali haurai nella seguente carta. --Il principe di Nicolo Machiavelli al magnifico Lorenzo di Piero de Medici. La vita di Castruccio Castracani. Il modo che tenne il Duca Valentino per ammazzare Vitellozzo Vitelli, Oliveretto da Fermo, il signor Pargolo, & il Duca di Gravina. I ritratti delle cose di Francia & di Alemagna. This particular publication is called the Edizione Testina, named after the author's woodcut portrait on all the half-titles. Five variant editions are known, all showing 1550 as the (fictitious) year of printing on the title page, but which in reality are seventeenth-century forgeries. The Testina edition constitutes an interesting bibliographic case because of the particular difficulties of identification for the presence of variants, omissions and rearrangements. Machiavelli's masterpiece, Il Principe, is the work with which he "founded the science of modern politics" by analyzing Cesare Borgia's much-admired "mixture of audacity and prudence, cruelty and fraud, self-reliance and distrust of others" (PMM). Machiavelli firmly believes in the separation between politics and ethics, as each have different objects and goals. The term "Machiavellian" has come to mean a ruthlessness and immorality behavior in politics. He stated that total freedom from the religious power was the principle of a healthy State. The work was written in 1513 but was not published in Rome until 1532, five years after Machiavelli's death. Il Principe exerted an enormous influence across disciplines and nations. The work soon became a practical examination of how "power" functioned. It was first placed on the Index of Prohibited Books, in the banned absolutely category, in 1559. The list of rulers who read and used the work is very long: "Henry III and Henry IV of France were carrying copies when they were murdered; Louis XIV used the book as 'his favorite nightcap'; an annotated copy was found in Napoleon Bonaparte's coach at Waterloo." Machiavelli (1469-1527) is known as the father of modern political theory. Born in Florence, he was a diplomat for 14 years in Italy's Florentine Republic during the Medici family's exile when the city was run by Girolamo Savonarola, a Dominican friar. No official records of Machiavelli's life appear until 1498, immediately after the fall of Savonarola's government, when he would have been 29. The Florentine Republic had been reinstated, and Machiavelli was appointed as secretary of the Second Chancery, a position in which he coordinated relations with Florence's territorial possessions. As the "Florentine secretary," he had opportunities to meet and observe many of the major political figures of the period. When the Medici family returned to power in 1512, Machiavelli was dismissed and briefly jailed. II. First edition of a little known political work. Written in the form of a dialogue in twenty-five inquiries (Consultationes), in which Vanitas (Vanity) and Veritas (Truth) discuss issues concerning policy-making in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. A commentary on techniques of making correct political decisions, the author examines the notion of prudence or practical reason (prudentia) stemming from Cicero's work. The third Consultatio of the work, De discordiis civilibus, et unione animorum (On discord between citizens, and on unanimity) is the most helpful passage to understand the author's use of prudentia. Vanitas expresses concern about the dissent among citizens, while Veritas encourages to embrace it as long as it is viewed as the guiding principle of the world. Here we can see a similarity with Machiavelli's Il Principe in asserting that a statesman's duty is to find an appropriate means of using those very internal tensions for the advantage of his own goals as well as those of the state. Although this works contains both similarities and contrasts with Machiavelli's thinking, it is very controversial due to its discrepancies at the point where Lubomirski describes the duties and characteristics of a ruler. It swings from being a pessimistic view of the political situation in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth to a commentary on techniques of making correct political decisions. Lubomirski (1642-1702) was a Polish politician that fought in wars against Sweden and Hungary. In contrast to his father, Jerzy Sebastian Lubomirski (1616-1667), military commander and one of the most significant magnates of the seventeenth century, Stanislao was free of private ambitions and always acted according to the interests of the Republic. He was a prolific writer of poetry, plays, religious and historical treatises. III: Scarce edition of a penetrating operetta in which the author deals with the legal and economic problems related to the birth of the modern city and state. Botero (1544-1617), an eminent economist and political theorist, joined the Jesuit Order in 1560 but left due to disagreements with his superiors. He became secretary to Cardinal Charles Borromeo, but in 1559 moved to Turin as tutor to the children of Charles Emmanuel of Savoy. A passionate reader of Machiavelli, he exposed his political views in his most famous work, Della Ragion di Stato (1598), the first to express the concept of the Reason of the State, in which Botero argues, against Machiavelli, that a prince's power must be based on some form of consent of his subjects, and princes must make every effort to win the people's affection and admiration.

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        Les oeuvres de Clément Marot valet de chambre du roi Revues et augmentées

      à La Haye: chez Adrian Moetjens, 1700. Fine. chez Adrian Moetjens, à La Haye 1700, petit in-2 (14x8cm), XVI, 318 pp., (2), (319) 732, (14) pp., 2 tomes reliés en un volume. - The works of Marot knew many editions in the sixteenth, seventeenth much less. Contains an abstract of the life of the author. Pretty edition, the most sought 'according Brunet (III 1458) adds:' It is difficult to obtain copies of well preserved margins and whose leaf does not have a red tint. 'This is the case enjoyed our copy. Full modern flap Vellum, a pastiche of Dutch-type binding. Back mute. Pages redone guards. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Les œuvres de Marot connurent de nombreuses éditions au XVIème, beaucoup moins au XVIIème. Contient un abrégé de la vie de l'auteur. Jolie edition, la plus recherchee ' selon Brunet (III, 1458) qui ajoute : ' Il est difficile de s'en procurer des exemplaires bien conservés de marges et dont les feuillets n'aient pas une teinte rousse. ' Ce qui est le cas apprécié de notre exemplaire. Reliure en plein vélin moderne à rabats, pastiche d'une reliure de type hollandais. Dos muet. Pages de gardes refaites.

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        Orbis terraqueus in tabulis geographicis et hydrographicis descriptus, . Strassbourg, "ïn officina libraria editoris" [= bookshop of the compiler Paulli], 1670. Small 8vo (18 x 11 cm). Boards (ca. 1700?).

      - Besterman, WBB 1157; Koeman, Collections of maps and atlasses in the Netherlands, p. 29; Meurer, "Orbis terraqueus .", in: Imago mundi, 36 (1984), pp. 64-65; Phillips, List of works relating to cartography, p. 70. First and only edition of the first carto-bibliography, systematically listing over 2200 maps and sea charts, mostly arranged geographically. The structure is clearly presented in the hierarchical table of contents, which divides the book into three main parts, each with its own pagination and series of quire signatures. The first part covers maps of the ancient world, sacred and secular. The second part gives the main catalogue of geographical maps, briefly covering the world and the arctic before continuing with Europe, arranged by countries and sub-divided by duchy, province, department or county, followed by Africa, Asia and America. It covers maps by the 16th and 17th century's leading publishers of atlases and single-sheet maps, including Ortelius, Hondius, Blaeu, Janssonius, Visscher, Sanson, De Wit, Danckerts and Allard, but also includes maps from more fugitive sources like local histories. The last part describes some 130 sea charts, pilot guides and sea atlases, mainly by Goos, Van Loon and Theunis Jacobsz.With a marginal stain in the corner of the first 2 quires. Binding somewhat rubbed and hinges reinforced. Good copy of a rare pioneering work of carto-bibliography.

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        Observationes medicae rariores in quibus multa ad anatomiam et medicinam sp

      Amstelodami|(Amsterdam): apud Henricum & Johanem Boom, Henricum Westenium, 1700. Fine. apud Henricum & Johanem Boom, Henricum Westenium, Amstelodami (Amsterdam) 1700, 1694, in 12 (16x9,5cm), (4) 69pp. (8) 96pp., relié. - Rare second edition of Blaes illustrated 12 boards. Rare edition of Thomas Sydenham, found in European libraries. We do not know if this is the first. Title pages in red and black. Absent Brunet. Calf full time, back with nerves tooled, red morocco title. Friction. This book by Gerard Blaes (1625-1692), physicist, anatomist (he was the founder of comparative anatomy) and Dutch physician who practiced in Amsterdam and was a famous leader, is one of the most famous treatise Teratology , the science of monsters. Syndeham Thomas (1624-1689) was an English physicist and physician, he is famous for having introduced medical opium, laudanum and morphine as an analgesic and analgesic against pain. Both books are Syndenham Blaes and medical treatises containing various observations, the part about the monsters that are past observations. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Deuxième édition rare de Blaes illustrée de 12 planches. Rare édition de Thomas Syndenham, introuvable dans les bibliothèques européennes. Nous ne savons pas s'il s'agit de la première. Pages de titre en rouge et noir. Absent à Brunet. Reliure en plein veau d'époque, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Frottements. Cet ouvrage de Gerard Blaes (1625-1692), physicien, anatomiste (il fut le créateur de l'anatomie comparée) et médecin hollandais qui pratiqua à Amsterdam et fut un fameux chef de file, est l'un des plus célèbre traité de tératologie, la science des monstres. Thomas Syndeham (1624-1689) fut un physicien et médecin anglais, il est célèbre pour avoir introduit en médecine l'opium, le laudanum et la morphine comme antalgique et analgésique contre la douleur. Les deux livres de Blaes et de Syndenham sont des traités de médecine contenant diverses observations, la partie sur les monstres se trouvant après les observations.

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        De munt der graaven van Holland EDITION ORIGINALE

      Te Delft gedrukt: Bi Andriez Voorstad, 1700. Fine. Bi Andriez Voorstad, Te Delft gedrukt 1700, pet. in-folio (20x32cm), (24) 192pp. (8), relié. - First edition, illustrated with a handsome frontispiece unsigned (Dutch lion in the middle of a ruined classical portico) and 64 boards with several figures of rooms (up to 10 per board). They are numbered I to XLV, some numbers are a series of several boards. Some figures in texte.Plein vellum Dutch era. Spine ribbed decorated with blind fillets. Title pen. Large central medallion with cold frames and corner finials. Some spots in borders. Beautiful copy, a particularly interesting freshness very appréciable.Etude on coins and medals Dirk Dutch first until Phillip III, from 863 in 1578 The book is divided according to the famous characters that appear on coins and medals . --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, illustrée d'un fort beau frontispice non signé (le lion hollandais au centre d'un portique classique en ruine) et de 64 planches avec plusieurs figures de pièces (jusqu'à 10 par planche). Elles sont numérotés de I à XLV, certains numéros étant des séries de plusieurs planches. Quelques figures in texte. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque hollandais. Dos à nerfs orné de filets à froid. Titre à la plume. Grand médaillon central à froid avec encadrements et fleurons angulaires. Quelques taches en bordures. Bel exemplaire, d'une fraicheur très appréciable. Etude particulièrement intéressante sur les monnaies et les médailles hollandaises de Dirk 1er jusqu'à Phillip III, soit de 863 à 1578. Le livre est découpé selon les illustres personnages qui figurent sur les monnaies et médailles.

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        SEX POMPEI FESTI ET MAR VERRII FLACCI DE VERBORUM SIGNIFICATIONE

      1700. SEX. POMPEI FESTI ET MAR. VERRII FLACCI DE VERBORUM SIGNIFICATIONE Lib. XX. Notis et Emendationibus Illustravit Andreas Dacerius, in Usum Serenissimi Delphini. Amsterdam, Sumptibus Huguetanorum, 1700. Quarto. [xxx]596, [iv]96 + [22]pp. Title in red and black. Copper-engraved frontispiece, title emblem, and headpiece to text. A handsome edition, "in usum delphini." A beautiful copy, internally very clean, in contemporary vellum boards with blind-stamped cartouche. Marcus Verrius Flaccus (ca. 55 BC - ca. 20 AD) the teacher of the Emperor Augustus' grandsons, completed an encyclopedic dictionary ("On the Meaning of Words"), the contents of which are known today only from a lengthy summary written about 150 years later by Sextus Pompeius Festus. Festus' work, although only the second half of the alphabet survives, contains a wealth of information on life under Augustus. Theodore Lyman Jr.'s copy.

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        Koninglyke almanach: beginnende met den aanvang der oorlog, van anno 1701 . Waer in duydelijk de loop der zon der ongeregtigheid, met zyn eclipsen, of de regtvaardige straf des heemels, door XVIII zinnbeelden in koopere plaaten vertoond word; . | Almanach royal. Commencant[!] avec la guere de l'an 1701 jusques . ou est exactement observé le cours du soleil d'injustice; avec ses eclips; ou la juste punition du ciel. Demonstré dans XVIII emblemes. ."Paris" [= Amsterdam], "imprimé â l’imprimerie royale du Petit Louis" [= Carel Allard, 1706?]. Small folio (32 x 21 cm). Engraved print series with an engraved title-page and 24 engraved prints (9 single-page and 15 double-page; 18 bound in and 6 loosely inserted), the double-page prints with exten

      - Atlas van Stolk 3182; Brunet I, pp. 194-195; Cohen, col. 28; KVK & WorldCat (3 copies); Muller, Historieplaten 3038-3071. Extremely rare complete emblematic print series (plus alternative versions of several prints) mercilessly satirizing and ridiculing King Louis XIV of France, his grandson King Philip V of Spain, the Marquise de Maintenon (whom Louis XIV had secretly married after she had been his mistress for years), many others in Louis XIV's court and his allies in the War of the Spanish Succession (1700/01-1714). Most prints, like the title-page, have texts in both Dutch and French. The title and many of the prints gleefully note the total eclipse of the sun that occurred on 12 May 1706, supposedly the day Philip V abandoned his siege of Barcelona (which had been taken by the British six months earlier), presenting it as the total eclipse of the Sun King.In 1877 Muller noted the "great rarity" of all these prints, surviving in far fewer numbers than satirical prints of poorer quality and less importance. "Their value as expressions of the spirit and life of the common people is inestimable: indeed, there is almost no period in our history for which we possess such a rich treasure of prints." They also influenced the better known series on the 1720 South Sea Bubble, two of the present prints serving as direct models for prints in that series. The title-page attributes the emblems to "the leading masters of our century" and some of the plates have been attributed to Romeyn de Hooghe and/or someone from his school, Laurens Scherm and the publisher Carel Allard himself.Although no two copies of the print series have the same makeup, and many of the emblems exist in variant forms, the present set of prints includes the engraved title-page, at least one of each of the 19 emblems noted by Muller, and two versions of some, so it may be called "complete". The present copy includes a major variant not recorded by Muller (or elsewhere).With 6 prints loosely inserted, 3 of them with a slightly tattered fore-edge, 1 also with a marginal tear along an old fold repaired with tape, and 1 bound print slightly browned, but still generally in very good condition. The spine of the marbled wrapper is mostly lost and the sides rubbed, with a few small and minor tears and stains, but the binding structure remains sound. One of the best and most extensive copies of an extremely rare and important popular satirical print series from the War of the Spanish Succession.

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        Koninglyke almanach: beginnende met den aanvang der oorlog, van anno 1701 .... Waer in duydelijk de loop der zon der ongeregtigheid, met zyn eclipsen, of de regtvaardige straf des heemels, door XVIII zinnbeelden in koopere plaaten vertoond word; ... | Almanach royal. Commencant[!] avec la guere de l'an 1701 jusques .... ou est exactement observé le cours du soleil d'injustice; avec ses eclips; ou la juste punition du ciel. Demonstré dans XVIII emblemes. ...“Paris” [= Amsterdam], “imprimé â l'imprimerie royale du Petit Louis” [= Carel Allard, 1706?]. Small folio (32 x 21 cm). Engraved print series with an engraved title-page and 24 engraved prints (9 single-page and 15 double-page; 18 bound in and 6 loosely inserted), the double-page prints with extensive letterpress text flanking and/or below the engraving. Contemporary marbled-paper wrappers.

      Atlas van Stolk 3182; Brunet I, pp. 194-195; Cohen, col. 28; KVK & WorldCat (3 copies); Muller, Historieplaten 3038-3071. Extremely rare complete emblematic print series (plus alternative versions of several prints) mercilessly satirizing and ridiculing King Louis XIV of France, his grandson King Philip V of Spain, the Marquise de Maintenon (whom Louis XIV had secretly married after she had been his mistress for years), many others in Louis XIV's court and his allies in the War of the Spanish Succession (1700/01-1714). Most prints, like the title-page, have texts in both Dutch and French. The title and many of the prints gleefully note the total eclipse of the sun that occurred on 12 May 1706, supposedly the day Philip V abandoned his siege of Barcelona (which had been taken by the British six months earlier), presenting it as the total eclipse of the Sun King.In 1877 Muller noted the "great rarity" of all these prints, surviving in far fewer numbers than satirical prints of poorer quality and less importance. "Their value as expressions of the spirit and life of the common people is inestimable: indeed, there is almost no period in our history for which we possess such a rich treasure of prints." They also influenced the better known series on the 1720 South Sea Bubble, two of the present prints serving as direct models for prints in that series. The title-page attributes the emblems to "the leading masters of our century" and some of the plates have been attributed to Romeyn de Hooghe and/or someone from his school, Laurens Scherm and the publisher Carel Allard himself.Although no two copies of the print series have the same makeup, and many of the emblems exist in variant forms, the present set of prints includes the engraved title-page, at least one of each of the 19 emblems noted by Muller, and two versions of some, so it may be called "complete". The present copy includes a major variant not recorded by Muller (or elsewhere).With 6 prints loosely inserted, 3 of them with a slightly tattered fore-edge, 1 also with a marginal tear along an old fold repaired with tape, and 1 bound print slightly browned, but still generally in very good condition. The spine of the marbled wrapper is mostly lost and the sides rubbed, with a few small and minor tears and stains, but the binding structure remains sound. One of the best and most extensive copies of an extremely rare and important popular satirical print series from the War of the Spanish Succession.

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        Historia Christi Persice conscripta.With: (2) XAVIER, Hieronymous (Jerónimo de EZPELETA Y GOÑI). Historia S. Petri Persice conscripta.(3) DIEU, Ludovicus de. Rudimenta linguae Persicae. Leiden, Bonaventura and Abraham Elzevier, 1639. 3 works in 1 volume. 4to. Vellum (ca. 1700?).

      - Rahir 473, 486-487; Smitskamp 310-312; Willems 477, 490. First editions of three pioneering works of Persian scholarship prepared for publication by Ludovicus de Dieu (1590-1642) and printed and published by the Elzeviers in Leiden. The first and longest is a life of Christ originally written in Portuguese by an unknown author and translated into Persian by Xavier (1549-1642) and his pupil Abd al-Sattar (active 1597-1615) at the Mogul court. The second work is a life of Saint Peter from a life of the Apostles newly written by Xavier in Persian, perhaps also with the aid of his Persian-speaking students. The third work, written by De Dieu or possibly by Johann Elichmann (ca. 1600-1639?) and edited by De Dieu, is the first printed grammar of the Persian language and served as the principal source for at least two that followed in the next fifty years. At the end it gives the first two chapters of Genesis in Persian translation.With an owner's motto on the title-page. With the title-page of the first work and its conjugate somewhat browned and some slightly browned patches in the third work, but further in very good condition, with only an occasional leaf showing minor marginal blemishes. Spine label worn and tattered, but the binding is otherwise good. Three pioneering works of Persian scholarship, printed in matching style by the Leiden Elzeviers at the height of their careers.

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        Die Churfürstl.Brandenburg. Residentz Stätt Berlin, Cöln, und FriedrichsWerder.

      - Kupferstich ( v. 2 Platten ) v. Broebes aus Merian, Brandenburg ( 2. Aufl.), um 1700, 32 x 61,5 Schultz, Stadtpläne von Berlin, Nr. 42: Ernst, Berlin in der Druckgraphik, Broebes Nr. 1; Kiewitz 543; Berndt, 59. - Selten! Nur in der Zugabe zur 3. Aufl. der Topographie Brandenburg enthalten. ( Wüthrich, Bd. 4, Seite 342 ) Besonders hervorzuheben ist die Darstellung der Befestigungsanlagen.

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