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2019-10-11 18:13:32
1700. Condition: Neuwertig. Enzyklopädie, Das 20. Jh. in Wort, Bild und Ton. Zustand: Neuwertig. Die Bücher sind noch original verpackt (bis auf drei). Goldschnitt. Neuwert: 1700,00 Euro Originale Tonaufnahmen von 1900 bis 1999. (z. Bsp. Ansprache von Bismarck) Auf den Buchseiten befinden sich Tondokumente, die mit dem beigefügten Lesegerät abgespielt werden können. Info: Raucherhaushalt.
Bookseller: emmaimmermuede [Naumburg (Saale), DE]
2019-10-11 15:58:27
Albrizzi Giovanni Battista (1698-1777)
Venice, Italy: Giambatista Albrizzi, 1700. Good to very good condition. [ALBRIZZI, Giovanni Battista (1698-1777); Zucchi, Francesco (1692-1764); Filosi, Giuseppe]. Forestiere illuminato intorno le cose più rare, e curiose, antiche, e moderne della città di Venezia, e dell' isole circonvicine; con la descrizione delle chiese, monisterj, ospedali, tesoro di S. Marco, fabbriche pubbliche, pitture celebri, e di quanto v'è di più riguardevole. Opera adornata di molte bellissime vedute in rame delle fabbriche più cospicue di questa metropoli. In Venezia [Venice]: Presso Giambattista Albrizzi Q. Gir., MDCCLXI [1761]. Hardcover. Reprint. Leather-bound. Thick octavo (170 x 110mm), pp. (18), 343, (9 index) + 42 unpaginated plates. Signatures: *2 a⁸ A-Y⁸ [including initial and terminal blanks]. Original Italian text. Handsomely rebound in half calf; five raised bands; twin red morocco lettering-pieces; gilt rules, tooling and titling. Untrimmed fore edge. Engraved frontispiece. Title-page with woodcut printer's device. Double page copper-engraved birds eye view of Venice bound-in after the introduction. Forty engraved plates by F. Zucchi (twenty-five double page). Capitals and some decorative initials. Index to rear. Bookplates to front pastedown. Condition: GOOD to VERY GOOD. The binding is very secure and the covers very clean indeed. The textblock shows some light browning, however it remains largely clean. The double page engraved view of Venice and the double engraved plate of the church of S. Nicolo di Castello and the Capuchin monastery of S. Antonio Abate at p. 86 are not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-10 20:38:30
Paris, Compagnie des Libraires associez au Livre de la Semaine Sainte, 1700. In-8 (190 x 126 mm), 1 f. bl., 8 ff. n. ch., 752 pp., 1 f. bl. Maroquin vieux rouge, triple filet doré en encadrement sur les plats, fleurs de lys dorées en écoinçons, armes au centre, dos à nerfs orné des mêmes motifs, roulette sur les coupes, tranches dorées, légers frottements, petit défaut aux deux coiffes avec départ de fente sur deux mors, mouillure marginale pp. 375-500, certains feuillets brunis (reliure de l'époque). Cet ouvrage, imprimé en latin et en français, comprend les explications, instructions et prières des cérémonies se déroulant tout au long de la Semaine sainte. Il est illustré de 4 planches gravées en taille-douce à pleine page. La traduction est due au célèbre abbé de Villeloin Michel de Marolles (Génillé, 1600 - Paris, 1681), personnage érudit à la curiosité insatiable, dont l'exceptionnelle collection d'estampes fut acquise par Louis XIV pour former le premier fonds du Département des Estampes de la Bibliothèque royale. Attaché à la maison de Nevers, il traduisit de nombreux poètes et historiens latins. Sa traduction de L'Office de la Semaine Sainte fut de nombreuses fois réimprimée tout au long du XVIIe siècle et jusque dans le premier quart du XVIIIe siècle. L'épître à Monseigneur Molé, garde des Sceaux, est un plaidoyer en faveur de la prière en langue vulgaire à laquelle une partie de l'Église s'était farouchement opposée, de crainte que l'intelligence du texte ne donne prétexte à «des audaces criminelles». Selon Marolles, il suffira de défendre la lecture en français … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre-Adrien Yvinec [France, Paris]
2019-10-10 09:11:26
Ariosto, Ludovico
Venice, Italy: Heirs of Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1700. Good condition. [ARIOSTO, LUDOVICO (1474-1533)]. Orlando furioso. Tutto ricorretto, & di nuove figure adornato. Con le annotationi, gli auvertimenti, & le dichiarationi di Ieronimo Ruscelli. La vita dell'autore descritta dal signor Giovan Battista Pigna. Gli scontri de' luoghi mutati dall'autore dopo la prima impressione. La dichiaratione di tutte le istorie, & favole toccate nel presente libro, fatte da m. Nicolò Eugenico. Di nuovo aggiuntovi li cinque canti del medesimo autore. Et una tavola de' principii di tutte le stanze. Con altre cose utili, & necessarie. In Venetia [Venice], appresso gli Heredi di Vincenzo Valgrisi. M. D. LXXX. [1580]. Hardcover. Reprint. Vellum-bound. Two parts in one volume, Quarto (4°) (250 x 180 mm), pp. [16], 654, [32]. Collation: *8, A-Z8, AA-UU8 (fol. UU8 blank). Later vellum over stiff boards; smooth spine with titles in gilt; red dyed page edges; initial and terminal blanks. Italian text in Italic and Roman type, the cantos printed in double columns. Title-page within an elaborate architectural woodcut border containing Valgrisi's serpent device and medallion portrait of Ariosto (a reverse copy of the one by Giolito), imprint set in type within a cartouche placed in the lower part of the border. Another Valgrisi device on the separate title-page of the second part ("I cinque canti"), which contains the Annotationi by Ruscelli. Many woodcut historiated initials, framed headings, and tail-pieces; fifty-one full-page woodcut illustrations (attributed to Dosso Dossi [Kupferstich & Holzschnitt", p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-09 12:38:05
MANUSCRIT
(1700) Beau manuscrit ancien, réalisé au début du XVIIIe siècle. L'abécédaire, composé de grandes lettrines ornées et mises en couleurs, n'est pas complet : il comporte 23 feuillets de lettres simples (il manque les lettres J, R, et U), et 11 feuillets de lettres doubles. Les feuillets sont calligraphiés sur le recto seul ; certains d'entre-eux présentent les traces d'une restauration assez grossière. Les textes, évocations de passages de la Bible ou sentences morales, sont rédigés à l'encre brune. Le premier feuillet, faisant office de couverture, présente des traces d'usage plus marquées que sur les pages intérieures, traces d'usage par ailleurs : on voit que l'abécédaire a été lu et relu. On croit y lire "Von Mutter 1721", ce qui est parfaitement plausible, mais le texte est partiellement effacé. Rare et émouvant document. En l'état.
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2019-10-09 02:22:28
Pliny the Younger
Milan, Italy: Alexandrum Minutianum, 1700. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. In hoc volumine continentur. C. Plinii Cecilii Secundi epistolarum libri nouem. Eiusdem Plinii libellus epistolarum ad Traianum cum rescriptis eiusdem principis Eiusde panagyricus Traiano Caesari dictus cu enarrationibus Ioannis Mariae Catanaei. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi. xv. Calendis. Februarii [1506]. Hardcover. Folio (300 x 210mm), ff. [2], CCXXVIII, [6] (numbered leaves). Signatures: [pi]² a-x⁸ y⁶ z⁸ &⁸ [con]⁶ [rum]⁶, A⁶ B⁸ C-D⁶ [chi]⁶. Title from verso of final leaf. Imprint from colophon (recto of final leaf): 'Omnes sunt quaternioes praeter... ...tabula terniones & primu unione nullo numero notatu. Impressum Mediolani apud Alexandrum Minutianum anno salutis. M.D.vi.xv. Calendis Februarii'. Later calf-backed marbled boards, spine gilt, brown lettering-piece. Latin text in Roman letter interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary and shoulder notes, in lines of sixty. Index at rear in four columns. Numerous decorative woodcut floriated capitals. Spaces for capitals, with guide letters. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Contents generally very clean with light browning and occasional insignificant stains and spots. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Sent recorded delivery and dispatched promptly. Paypal only. Please check out my other books. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-09 02:22:28
Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus
Venice, Italy: Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem, 1700. Very good condition. [PLINY THE YOUNGER (Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus)]. C. Pli. Caecilii Junioris Nouocomensis Plinii Secundi Veronensis Nepotis libri Epistolarum nouem addito nu[n]c [et] Decimo cum Panegyrico.i.oratione de laudibus Traiani I[m]peratoris una cum luculentissima Ioannis Mariae Catanaei expositione his omnibus libris adiuncta felice sydere incipiunt : quarum diligentissime nuper recogniti fideliterque impressi. Venetiis [Venice]: per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellensem. Anno Dni. M.CCCCC.XIX. [1519] Die. XV. Decembris [December 15]. Hardcover. Folio (315 x 220 mm), ff. [4], CCXLVII (247 leaves numbered in Roman numerals). Signatures: .[ ]4 a10 b-z⁸ [&]⁶ A-G⁸. Modern vellum binding. Title-page with woodcut device and surrounding border with dolphin motifs. Imprint from colophon: 'Venetiis per Ioannem Rubeum Vercellesem Anno Dni MCCCCCXIX. Die XV Decembris'. Latin text in Roman letter in up to 46 lines, interspersed with occasional words and paragraphs in Greek, with surrounding commentary in small characters in lines of sixty and shoulder notes. Index at front in four columns on unpaginated leaves. Numerous and variable decorative woodcut floriated and historiated capitals. Ten repeat woodcut illustrations of Pliny working at a desk. Terminal blank present. Condition: Collated complete. Binding secure. Head perhaps a little short, otherwise margins correct. Largely fresh interior, the leaves generally very clean with very occasional signs of light browning. No marginalia or inking. Scarce post-incunabulum. Paypal on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-09 00:14:03
John Toland. James Harrington.
London: , 1700. Full modern calf. Six raised bands. Black morocco label with gilt particulars. Engraved frontispiece. Title red and black. XLIV, 546(I)pp. 8 x 12.
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons, Inc. ABAA, ILAB [Ft Lauderdale, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-10-08 19:53:10
Compagnie des Libraires associez au Livre de la Semaine Sainte, Paris, 1700. In-8 (190 x 126 mm), 1 f. bl., 8 ff. n. ch., 752 pp., 1 f. bl. Maroquin vieux rouge, triple filet doré en encadrement sur les plats, fleurs de lys dorées en écoinçons, armes au centre, dos à nerfs orné des mêmes motifs, roulette sur les coupes, tranches dorées, légers frottements, petit défaut aux deux coiffes avec départ de fente sur deux mors, mouillure marginale pp. 375-500, certains feuillets brunis (reliure de l'époque). Cet ouvrage, imprimé en latin et en français, comprend les explications, instructions et prières des cérémonies se déroulant tout au long de la Semaine sainte. Il est illustré de 4 planches gravées en taille-douce à pleine page. La traduction est due au célèbre abbé de Villeloin Michel de Marolles (Génillé, 1600-Paris, 1681), personnage érudit à la curiosité insatiable, dont l'exceptionnelle collection d'estampes fut acquise par Louis XIV pour former le premier fonds du Département des Estampes de la Bibliothèque royale. Attaché à la maison de Nevers, il traduisit de nombreux poètes et historiens latins. Sa traduction de L'Office de la Semaine Sainte fut de nombreuses fois réimprimée tout au long du XVIIe siècle et jusque dans le premier quart du XVIIIe siècle. L'épître à Monseigneur Molé, garde des Sceaux, est un plaidoyer en faveur de la prière en langue vulgaire à laquelle une partie de l'Église s'était farouchement opposée, de crainte que l'intelligence du texte ne donne prétexte à «des audaces criminelles». Selon Marolles, il suffira de défendre la lecture en français aux … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre Adrien Yvinec [Paris, France]
2019-10-08 12:03:47
LOCKE (John). Essai philosophique concernant l'entendement humain. Ou l'on montre quelle est l'étendue de nos connoissances certaines, et la manière dont nous y parvenons. Traduit de l'anglais par Pierre Coste, sur la quatrième édition.
1700. LOCKE (John). Essai philosophique concernant l'entendement humain. Ou l'on montre quelle est l'étendue de nos connoissances certaines, et la manière dont nous y parvenons. Traduit de l'anglais par Pierre Coste, sur la quatrième édition. Amsterdam, Henri Schelte, 1700. In-4 (19 X 25 cm), plein veau marron d'époque, dos à 6 nerfs, caissons et fers dorés. Pièce de titre manquante. 2, 4 (frontispice gravé de John Locke, page de titre), 4 (epitre), 8 (avert. du trad.), 1 (monsieur Locke au libraire), 12 (préface de l'auteur), 28 ( table des matières), 936 pp. 21 (table), 1 (privilège). Tranches mouchetées. Intérieur très frais. Très bel état de cette rare édition originale de la traduction Française de ce très grand traité philosophique. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie Douin [LA CELLE SAINT-CLOUD, France]
2019-10-08 01:58:46
Giovanni Meschinello
Padua, Italy: Conzatti, 1700. Good to very good condition. [MESCHINELLO, GIOVANNI]. Storica Dimostrazione della città di Padova nelle parti sue principali, con note, e critiche osservazioni. In Padova: Per li Conzatti, 1767. Hardcover. First edition. Five parts bound in one volume. Leather-bound. Small octavo (160 x 95mm), pp. 36; 47; 60; 28; [61]-144. Separate pagination and titles. Four folding engraved plates. Italian text. Contemporary calf backed marbled boards; gilt rules, tooling and titles to spine; morocco lettering-piece; chapter head-and tail-pieces; title-page vignettes; initial and terminal blanks present; bookplates to front and rear pastedowns; inked annotations to fep. Contents: Introduzione; Descrizione dell'Universita dello studio di Padova; La chiesa cattedrale di Padova; Annotazioni; Le due chiese du S. Antonio e di S. Giustina. Plates include: I. Gynmasii Patavinipars Exterior; II. Il palazzo della Ragione; III. Templum divi Antonii; IV. Templum divae Justinae. Condition: GOOD to VERY GOOD. Collates with OCLC 54185957 and thus complete. Binding secure. A little erosion to upper joint. Covers clean. Text-block slightly toned. Folding plates well preserved. Scarce. Paypal only. Sent worldwide by recorded delivery and dispatched promptly. Please check out my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-08 01:58:46
Phaedrus; Johannes Laurentius; Johannes Janssonius
Amsterdam: Johannes Janssonius van Waesberghe, 1700. Good condition. [PHAEDRUS, (ed. Johanne Laurentio)]. Phaedri Augusti Caesaris liberti, Fabularum Aesopiarum Libri quinque, notis perpetuis illustrati & cum integris Aliorum observationibus in lucem editi a Johanne Laurentio jcto. Amstelodami : Apud Johannem Janssonium à Waesberge & viduam Elizei Weyerstraet, Anno M.D.C. LXVII [1667]. Hardcover. First Edition. Leather-bound. Octavo (195 x 120 mm), pp. [62], 462, [204 index]. Errors in pagination: 179 & 185 misnumbered 197 & 183. Signatures: *-4*⁸ A-2S⁸ 2T⁶. Early, but not contemporary stiff vellum. Smooth spine with gilt titles on morocco lettering-piece. Speckled page edges. Latin and Greek text. Commentary in double columns. Engraved additional pictorial title-page by Christian van der Hagen [signed "Chr: Hagens sculp"]. 99 half-page engravings throughout the text, many depicting scenes from contemporary life. Title-page ornamental device. Capital initials. Indices. Errata at end. Includes section "Libellus variarum lectionem ex observationibus eorum quorum notae ad Phaedri Fabulas accesserunt collectus": pages [401]-462. Condition: GOOD. Binding tight and secure. Some marking to covers. There are cancellation plates to pages 133, 196 and 205. Lacking pages 275-286, removed due to censorship - Landwehr records that the 'brothel scene' on page 276 has often been defaced or removed, as is the case with this copy. Contents remarkably clean. Contemporary inked annotations to front endpaper. Scarce. Note: First Illustrated edition of Phaedrus to be published in the Netherlan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-08 00:28:15
OGILBY, John (1600-1676); BOWEN, Emanuel (1694-17)
London, United Kingdom: Thomas Bowles, 1700. Very good condition. [OGILBY, John (1600-1676); BOWEN, Emanuel (1694-1767); OWEN, John]. Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd; Being a Correct Coppy of Mr. Ogilby's Actual Survey of all ye Direct & Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales: Wherein are Exactly Delineated & Engraven, All ye Cities, Towns, Villages, Churches, Seats & Scituate on or Near the Roads With Their Respective Distances in Measured and Computed Miles. And to render This Work Universally Usefull & Agreeable, [Beyond any of its kind] are Added in a Clear & Most Compendious Method; 1, A full & Particular Description & Account of all the Cities, Borough-Towns, Towns-Corporate & Their Arms, Antiquity, Charters, Privileges, Trade, Rarities, & With Suitable Remarks on all Places of Note Drawn From the Best Historians and Antiquaries; 2, The Arms of the Peers of This Realm who Derive Their Titles From Places Lying on or Near the Roads; 3, The Arms of All ye Bishopricks & Deanaries, Their Foundation, Extent, Yearly-Value, Number of Parishes &; 4, The Arms & a Succinct Account of Both Universities & Their Respective Colleges, Their Foundations Fellowships & Lastly Particular & Correct Maps of all ye Counties of South Britain; With a Summary Description of Each County, its Circumference, Number of Acres, Boro & Market Towns & Parishes, Air, Soil, Comodities, Manufactures & What Each Pays... ... for the Direction of the Traveller [as they are] but the General use of the Gentleman and Tradesman. Printed & sold by Tho[mas]: Bowles Print & Map Seller in St. Pauls Church- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-07 18:33:14
DOLCE, Ludovico (1508-1568)
Venice, Italy: Gabriel Giolito, 1700. Good condition. [DOLCE, LUDOVICO (1508-1568)]. Le Prime Imprese Del Conte Orlando Di M. Lodovico Dolce. Da lui composte in ottava rima et nuovamente stampate. Con argomenti et allegorie per ogni canto, et una Tavola de' nomi & delle cose più notabili. All'illustriss et eccellentiss signor Francesco maria della rovere, prencipe d'urbino. In Vinegia [Venice], appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari. MD LXXII. [1572]. Hardcover. First edition. Vellum-bound. Quarto (4°) (230 x 170 mm), pp. [16], 212. Collation: * 8 A-M8 N10 (initial and terminal blanks present). Contemporary vellum over stiff boards, smooth spine with titles handwritten in ink. Italian text in Italic and Roman type. Twenty-five poems printed in double columns, each preceded by an argomento in verse, presented in an engraved cherub frame. Twenty-five allegorical woodcut illustrations accompanying each poem presented in a variant cherub frame. Title-page woodcut printer's Phoenix device; woodcut portrait of Dolce after index; woodcut historiated initials; framed headings with two different borders with figures and grotesques; head- and tail-pieces. Condition: Collated complete, binding secure, some marking to covers, light browning with some small spots, woodcuts very good, couple of minor tracks in the margins, thumbing to title, small hole to final textual leaf affecting two lines of text, insignificant minor inking to a couple of leaves, some ink and pencil writing to front endpapers, armorial bookplate to front pastedown, else very good. Scarce. Note: First edition, publishe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-07 16:24:16
LENAIN DE TILLEMONT -
Charles Robustel, 1700. LENAIN DE TILLEMONT - Histoire des empereurs et des autres princes qui ont régné durant les six premiers siècles de l'église, de leur guerre contre les juifs, des écrivains profanes, & des personnes les plus illustres de leur temps - Paris ; Charles Robustel, 1700 - 6 volumes In-4° - Vignettes aux titres, bandeaux par B. Audran, culs-de-lampe - Reliure de l'époque veau havane glacé (fentes partielles à 2 mors, certains coins usés, de rares et petites épidermures à quelques plats, 2 très petits manques de cuir au 1er plat du tome I) - Dos à nerfs ornés (1 coiffe élimée, 3 autres légèrement accidentées) - Pièces de titre et de tomaison maroquin brun (de légères variations de couleurs) - Tranches rouges - Bbon exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: le livre d'occasion [saint brieuc, ., France]
2019-10-07 08:54:27
Aristophanes
Frankfurt, Germany: Johann Spies, 1700. Good to very good antiquarian condition. [ARISTOPHANES (450-380 BC)]. Nicodemi Frischlini Aristophanes, veteris comoediae princeps: poeta longe facetissimus & eloquentissimus: repurgatus à mendis, et imitatione Plauti atque Terentii interpretatus, ita ut ferè carmen carmini, numerus numero, pes pedi, modus modo, Latinismus Graecismo respondeat. Francoforti ad moenum, excudebat Ioannes Spies. M. D. LXXXVI. [1586]. Hardcover. First Frischlin edition. Octavo (170 x 120mm), ff. [8], 368 (numbered leaves with terminal blanks intact). Signatures: ›‹8 A-Z8 Aa-Zz8. Greek - Latin parallel text. Exquisite contemporary renaissance binding, probably produced by Caspar Horneffer, in blind-stamped pigskin over stiff wooden boards, front and rear cover with a large central panel depicting in great detail the crucifixion and the Resurrection of Christ respectively. Woodcut printer's device to title-page and verso final textual leaf. Decorative woodcut floriated capital initials and tail-pieces. Sections: [1] Vita Aristophanis, a Nicodemo Frischlino conscripta, [2] Compendium eius comparationis, qua Plutarchus Aristophanem cum Menandro confert, [3] Defensio Aristophanis contra Plutarchi criminationes, [4] De veteri comoedia, eiieusq́ue partibus, [5] Plutus, [6] Equites, [7] Nubes, [8] Ranæ, [9] Acharnenses. Condition: collated complete, binding tight and secure, covers with some grimy marks and light rubbing, old inking to title-page, mild browning and some insignificant spots to contents, final few leaves with light marginal staining. Provenance: nic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-07 01:47:31
Nicolas Coeffeteau (1574-1623)
Paris, France: Sebastien Cramoisy, 1700. Fair to good condition. [COEFFETEAU, NICOLAS (1574-1623)]. Tableau de L'innocence, et des graces de la bien-heureuse Vierge Marie Mere de dieu, Reine des hommes & des Anges. A Paris, Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, rue S. Jacques, aux Cicognes. M.D CXXI. [1621]. Hardcover. First Edition. Vellum-bound. Thick duodecimo (140 x 110 mm), pp. [16], 1068. Signatures: a⁸ A-2X¹² Yy⁸. French text. Contemporary full vellum binding. Initial and terminal blanks present. Title-page woodcut vignette. Woodcut illustration. Decorative initials. Head- and tail-pieces. Shoulder notes. Condition: FAIR to GOOD. Binding secure. Covers with some marks and wrinkles. Title-page with slight edge erosion, leaf following title partially missing, remaining textual leaves clean and well preserved. Initial and terminal blanks with ragged fore edges. Some inked annotations to front blank. Extremely rare - not in Copac; USTC (number 6002827 - incorrect publication date recorded) registers only one copy, at Bibliothèque Municipal, Bordeaux. Note: Nicolas Coeffeteau (1574 - 21 April 1623) was a French theologian, poet and historian born at Saint-Calais. He entered the Dominican order and lectured on philosophy at Paris, being also ordinary preacher to Henry IV, and afterwards ambassador at Rome. In 1606 he was vicar-general of the congregation of France, and received from Marie de' Medici the revenues of the sees of Lombez and Saintes. He also administered the diocese of Metz, and was nominated to the diocese of Marseille in 1621, but ill health obliged him here to take a co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-07 01:47:30
Anon
France: Anon, 1700. Good condition. Scholarly compendium including numerous classical works, Aesop's fables and a lengthy account of European geography in Latin and Greek, manuscript on paper in Royal French binding [France (Paris), late seventeenth century]. Hardcover, full leather, 220 x 154 mm, 241 leaves (plus doublures), evidently complete, in single column of up to 40 lines in a single scrawling italic hand, titles and some opening words in larger version of same, numerous calligraphic pen swirls, stunning original binding of brown leather over thick pasteboards bound with 5 thongs at spine, gilt-tooled with arms of kings of France (in form of 1578-1790) below a crown and within the collars of the Orders of St. Michel and 'du roi' as central cabouchons, each board also with gilt floral border with large fleur-de-lys set at corner, spine gilt-tooled with fleur-de-lys and foliage in compartments, title "RHETO/RICA", finely marbled doublures, gilt edges decorated with green marbling. Condition: GOOD. Bumped at edges, slight scuffs, some splits at spine, but solid in binding, slight discolouration and a few small spots throughout. Note: This is a curious volume in that its humble contents do not on first impression sit easily with the grandeur of its royal binding. The main contents of this volume are those of a late seventeenth-century scholar (excerpts from Cicero, Coriolanus, with sections on the Roman wars with Carthage, the ancient kings of Prussia and Bithnia, Theodoric the Ostrogoth, Attila the Hun, Nero's crushing of a revolt in Roman Britain, as well as the anima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-06 22:11:35
Polybius (of antiquity)
Basileae [Basel], Switzerland: Herwagen, Johann, 1497-1559?, 1700. Good to very good condition. [POLYBIUS (c. 208 - c. 125 BC)]. Polybii Megalopolitani Historiarum libri priores quinque, Nicolao Perotto Episcopo Sipontino interprete - item, Epitome sequentium librorum usque ad Decimumseptimum Vuolfgango Musculo interprete. Basileae [Basel], per Ioannem Hervagium [Johann Herwagen], Anno M.D.XLIX. [1549]. Hardcover. First edition. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (in 6s) (340 x 210mm), pp. [8], 282; [10], 323, [11]. Collation: α⁴ a-z⁶ 2a⁴ β⁴ A-2C⁶ 2D¹⁰ (-2D10) [$4 signed (-α1, y4, β1, +2D5, 2D6)]. Pages α1b, 2a4a, b, and β1b are blank. Date of imprint from colophon. First part Greek, second part Latin. Rear index. Separate pagination and title-pages. First title with woodcut printer's device. Roman letter. Historiated woodcut initials. Shoulder notes. Wide margins. Re-backed retaining the contemporary blind ruled boards. Gilt titles and bands. Red page edges. Condition: GOOD to VERY GOOD. Textually complete but lacking one leaf (2D5) of index at rear. Binding very secure. Covers scuffed. Corners repaired. Text-block remarkably clean with title-page showing a few brown spots. Couple of minor marginal repairs. Endpapers renewed. Scarce. [USTC 684677]. Note: Editio princeps of the fragments from books VI-XVII of Polybius' Histories, with Latin translation by Wolfgang Musculus, and second edition of books I-V, reproducing the Latin translation given by Niccolò Perotti in the early 1450s. This edition was committed to the Basler printer Johannes Herwagen (Hervagius) b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-06 16:44:56
17. Onnakunjyōhōki 女訓重宝記 early 1700s? Osaka. Publ by Morita Shōtarō 毛利田庄太朗  2 vols in one, string bound in fukuro toji 26 x 18cm with modern brushed title slip and housed in a modern chitsu with clasps 26 x 19cm. 7cm margin at the top throughout. 44 cho with black and white original woodblock prints, two hand-colored, and Japanese text. Recent title slip in Japanese text laid in. Onnakunjyōhōki 女訓重宝記 is a type of Jyoshiyō Ōraimono 女子用往来物, or instruction manual for women. It is an early- to mid-18th century etiquette book in which vol 1 depicts women in detailed kimono and hairstyles of the period, while vol 2 includes more extensive text and focuses on women working in the household. Household work shown includes serving tea and hand washing laundry, but also extends to the arts. One chapter, for example, is entitled Someruhiden そめるひでん, Secrets of Dyeing, and a woodcut shows women with lengths of fabric and tools used in the art of dyeing. Although the date given by the previous owner is Tenma period 天和 1681-84, the hairstyles of women appear to be from the Genroku period (c.1690) and the sophistication of the woodcuts lends itself to a later period. It is possible that Nishikawa Sukenobu 西川 祐信 (1671 - 1750), a well-known mid-18th century Kyoto artist, or a follower, had a hand in this sophisti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Boston Book Company [US]
2019-10-06 08:55:19
Le Clerc, M. (Charles Gabriel), 1644-1700
London, UK: J. Walthoe, R. Wilkin, J. and J. Bonwicke. Good condition. [Le Clerc, M. (Charles Gabriel), 1644-1700; Le Clerc, Daniel, 1652-1728]. The compleat surgeon: or, the whole art of surgery explain'd in a most familiar method. Containing the principles of that art; and, an exact account of tumours, ulcers, and wounds, simple and complicated: with those by Gun-Shot: As also of Venereal Diseases, the Scurvy, Fractures, and Luxations: with all sorts of chirurgical operations; the bandages and dressings, which are illustrated in forty copper plates; the Method of diffecting the Brain, by M. Duncan; several Reflections and New Machines by M. Arnaud. Likewise, a Chirurgical Dispensatory; shewing the Manner of preparing all such Medicines as are most necessary for a Surgeon; and particularly the Mercurial Panacca. Written in French, by M. Le Clerc, Physician in Ordinary to the late French King. The sixth edition. To which are added, the method of midwifery; of preparing the unguentum matris, and the unguentum styracis; a short introduction to botany; and some examples of reports in surgery. London: Printed for J. Walthoe, R. Wilkin, J. and J. Bonwicke, and T. Ward. MDCCXXVII [1727]. Bound together with: [Le Clerc, M. (Charles Gabriel), 1644-1700]. A description of bandages and dressings, according to the most commodious ways now used in France. Translated into English, with forty copper plates representing the figures of the several parts of each dressing. London: Printed for J. and J. Bonwicke, and R. Wilkin in St. Paul's Church-yard, J. Walthoe and T. Ward in the Temple. M … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-06 06:45:56
John Donne
London: Augustine Mathewes, 1700. Good condition. [DONNE, JOHN (1572-1631)]. Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions, and Severall Steps in my Sicknesse. Digested into I. Meditations, Upon our Humane Condition. 2. Expostulations, and Debatements With God. 3. Prayers, Upon the Severall Occasions, to Him. London: Printed by A[ugustine]. M[athewes]. and are to be sold by Charles Greene, 1634. Softcover. Fourth edition. 24mo (103 x 55 mm), 524 pages. Unpaginated. Signatures: A-Y12 (Y11, Y12 blank). Colophon verso final textual leaf. Contemporary stamped and panelled limp vellum. Covers with intersecting gilt rules, central floral ornament, and fleurs-de-lys corner-pieces. Smooth spine gilt-ruled and -tooled. English text. Additional engraved title-page (with effigy of John Donne in his death shroud based on his marble effigy in St. Paul's) by William Marshal. Type-ornament head-pieces. Decorative and capital initials. Terminal blanks. The work divided into twenty-three parts, chronologically ordered, each part consisting of three sub-sections (meditation, expostulation and prayer). Condition: GOOD. Some soiling and wear to covers with much of the gilt faded or absent. Engraved title-page slightly browned at head and archivally repaired and rehinged with a little loss to top inner corner and fore-margin. Light browning and soiling throughout. Four textual leaves provided in facsimile. Wanting initial blank. Final two blanks present, the last used as a pastedown. Minor ink marks to a couple of leaves, not touching text. Provenance: old ink ownership inscription of Elizabeth Berron to a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 21:56:44
Henry VIII (and reputedly Thomas More)
Lyon, France: Rouillé, Guillaume, (Lyon) 1518?-1589, 1700. Good condition. [Henry VIII, King of England]. Regis Angliae Henrici huius nominis octaui Assertio septem sacramentorum aduersus Martinum Lutherum. Lugduni [Lyon], apud Guliel. Rouillium, sub scuto Veneto. M.D. LXI. [1561]. Softcover. First Lyon Edition. Quarto (215 x 155mm), pp. [lxxxxvi], 195, [1]. Signatures: 2b-2n4 a-z4 A4 B2. Near contemporary yapp style limp vellum, title inked to spine, Latin text in Roman and Italic letter, title within architectural columnar woodcut border, with a stamp of a saint(?), decorative woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, shoulder notes. Published with section "Literarum, quibus invictissimus princeps Henricus VIII: Rex Angliae dominus Hyberniae, ac fidei defensor respondit ad quandam epistolem Martini Lutheri ad se missam, & ipsius Lutheranae quoque epistolae exemplum". [USTC 153046]. Collated complete. The binding very secure. Covers with moderate marks and cockling, the top edges slightly chipped. First four leaves with some staining. A few very small brown spots or burn marks, however the majority of leaves remain clean. Lacking ties. Rare. Note: Henry's text (for which he received the title 'Fidei defensor') here has a lengthy polemical and virulently anti-Reformation preface by Gabriel de Saconay (1527-80), preceptor of the cathedral in Lyons. This attracted a satirical rebuttal by Calvin, 'Congratulation à vénérable prêtre messire Gabriel de Saconay touchant la belle et mignone préface dont il a remparé le livre du roi d'Angleterre'. Originally printed in London in 1521 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 21:44:49
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
London, UK: W. Strahan, J.F. & C. Rivington, T. Longman, et al, 1700. Very good condition. [CERVANTES SAAVEDRA, MIGUEL DE]. The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote. Translated from the Spanish. To which is Prefixed, Some Account of the Author's Life. By T. Smollett. Illustrated with Twenty-Eight new Copper-Plates, Designed by Hayman, and Elegantly Engraved. London: Printed for W. Strahan, J. F. and C. Rivington, T. Longman, T. Caslon, B. Law, T. Lowndes, W. Nicoll, Richardson and Urquhart, G. Robinson, T. Cadell, R. Baldwin, W. Goldsmith, L. Knox, J. Murray, E. Newbery, J. Debret and J. Fox, 1782. Hardcover. Fifth 'Smollett' Edition. In four volumes. Leather-bound. Small octavo (180 x 110mm), pp. [xl], 293; (2), 314; [xi], (1), 331; (2), 322 + twenty-eight engraved plates. Signatures: * A2 a12 b8 B-N12 O3; * B-O12 P; * a6 B-O12 P10; * B-O12 P5. Contemporary full calf; smooth spines; gilt rules and titles; twin lettering-pieces in red and black morocco; initial and terminal blanks present; dedication and twenty-nine page account of the life of the author in volume I; capital initials; twenty-eight engraved plates throughout the set (including frontispiece to volume one) by Grignion, Ravenet, Scotin et al after designs by Francis Hayman. Condition: VERY GOOD. Collated complete. Bindings tight and secure with hinges strong. Minor wear to covers. Head of spine to volume IV a little rubbed. Textblock remarkably fresh and clean with some faint age browning mostly to endpapers. Without inking or ex-libris plates. Corner fold to one blank leaf. An original unrestored … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 16:35:44
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius [St Augustine of Hippo]
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1700. Good condition. [AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (St. Augustine of Hippo, 354-430)]. Divi Augustini librorum pars septima. Libri De civitate Dei xxii. In eosdem commentaria Thome Valois et Nicolai Triveth : cum addtionibus Jacobi Passavantii et theologice veritates Francisci maronis. Basilae [Basel] : ex ædibus impressorijs Johann Amerbach, J. Petri & J. Froben, M.D.V. [15 January 1505]. Hardcover. Two parts in one volume. Leather-bound. Folio (2°) (310 x 230 mm), ff. 300, (55) [Unnumbered leaves]. Collation: a-k⁸/⁶ l⁶ m⁸ n-z⁶ A-K⁶/⁸ L-M⁶ N-O⁸ P-S⁶/⁸ T-Y⁶, a⁸ b-h⁶ i5. Part II with error in collation. Imprint from colophon (y5v): XV die me[n]sis ianuarij. Latin text in Gothic Rotunda script, occasional words or paragraphs in Greek. Double column and surrounding commentary in lines of 54-64, with headline. Bound in 18th century full calf with four spine bands, the compartments gilt ruled and tooled, page edges speckled. Verso a¹ with large woodcut and verse, a² recto with Introduction by Conradus Leontarius, a² verso Argument, verso a² - recto a3 table for Book I, a3 commentators' preface, recto a⁴ onwards with 22 chapters of text and commentary, verso Y5 colophon, recto Y⁶ index with verso blank. Part II with a separate title-page and register: Principaliu[m] materiaru[m] librorum sancti Augustini de ciuitate dei summaria annotation. Shoulder notes. Contemporary colouring: consistently rubricated with large and small initials and paragraph marks alternating in red or blue, beautiful 7-line illuminated initial opening part I. Tsarist era library stamp on ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 16:33:14
COOK, CAPTAIN JAMES; RICKMAN, John; Ellis, William
London, UK: E. NEWBERY, 1700. Fair to good condition. [COOK, CAPTAIN JAMES; RICKMAN, John, officer on board the Discovery; ELLIS, W. (William), -1785, attributed name]. Journal of Captain Cook's last voyage to the Pacific Ocean, on Discovery; performed in the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780. Illustrated with cuts and a chart, shewing the tracts of the ships employed in this expedition. A new edition, compared with, and corrected from, the voyage published by authority. London: Printed for E. Newbury, at the corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCLXXV [1785]. Hardcover. Second edition. Leather-bound. Octavo (8⁰) (220 x 140 mm), pp. [8], lvii, [1], 376p, plates: map. Contemporary full calf. Smooth spine with gilt bands. Initial and terminal blanks plus half-title present. Folding engraved map. 10 engraved plates. Condition: Fair. Collated complete. Binding worn with hinges cracked and tender. Rubbing and scuffing to covers. Points and spine ends worn and rubbed. The contents are mildly toned and browned with some scribbling to front pastedown partially removed. One or two small holes affecting text. The plates are complete and in good order, however the map has suffered significant loss (see image). Extremely scarce. Listing Note: Based on John Rickman's 'Journal of Captain Cook's last voyage' (1781), but edited and extensively revised by David Henry and intended to form the sixth volume of his 'An historical account of all the voyages round the world, performed by English navigators', 1773-75. Sometimes also attributed to John Ledyard or to William Ellis. Rickman, seco … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 15:34:24
Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)
Venice, Italy: Bernardino Stagnino, 1700. Good to very good condition. [DANTE ALIGHIERI]. Opere del divino poeta danthe con suoi comenti: recorrecti et con ogne diligentia novamente in littera cvrsiva impresse. Impressa in Venetia [Venice]: Per Miser Bernardino Stagnino da Trino de Monferra, del. M.CCCCC.XX [1520] A. di. XXVIII. Marzo. Hardcover. Second Stagnino Edition. Vellum-bound. Thick quarto (205 x 150 mm), ff. [12], 441 [i.e. 440] (numbered leaves). Signatures: 2A¹² a-z⁸ [et]⁸ 2a-2z⁸ 2[et]⁸ 2[con]⁸ 2[rum]⁸ A-E⁸. Imprint from colophon on leaf 438: "Comento di Christoforo Landino Fiore[n]tino sopra la comedia di Danthe ... reuista [et] emendata ... per ... Pietro da Figino". Register at end. Italian text in italic type with some roman, in 51 lines of commentary partially surrounding text. Near contemporary full vellum binding with titles hand written to spine in black ink. Speckled page edges. Title-page printed in red and black, with ornamental woodcut border (repeated recto a²) incorporating winged angels playing instruments and other classical motifs, plus two woodcut vignettes depicting St. Bernardine of Siena holding the sacred monogram of Jesus on a board, and God confronting Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden (repeated recto a²). One full-page woodcut depicting Virgil and three images of Dante (verso a¹). 98 xylographic illustrations in the text throughout, loosely based on those in the 1491 edition of Dante's works. Floriated initials. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Shoulder notes. Later initial and terminal blanks. Comprises the Divina commedia, edite … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 13:33:29
John Harris
London: D. Midwinter, 1700. Fair to good condition. [HARRIS, JOHN (c.1667-1719)]. The History of Kent. In five parts. Containing, I. An Exact Topography or Description of the County. II. The Civil History of Kent. III. The Ecclesiastical History of Kent. IV. The History of the Royal Navy of England. V. The Natural History of Kent. London: Printed and sold by D. Midwinter, at the Three Crowns in St. Paul's Church-Yard. MDCCXIX [1719]. Hardcover. First edition. Complete in one volume. Full leather. Thick folio (2°) (400 x 270 mm), pp. [2] portrait frontispiece facing title-page, [1] blank, iii dedication, [1] blank, iv - preface, ii - ode to Kent, iv - list of subscribers, 592, xl - index. Signatures: [ ]² A² a-c² B-Z⁴ ²A-⁴F⁴ ⁴G-⁴Q². Contemporary paneled calf, at one time rebacked. Spine with six raised bands. Compartments fully gilt ruled and tooled. Red morocco lettering-piece. English text in double columns. Illustrated with 43 fine engravings (35 double-page views and 1 single-page view of important Kentish houses; 1 extra-large plate a panoramic view of Rochester between p.250-251; 2 diagrammatic plates; 4 double-page maps). Head- and tail-pieces. Decorative capitals. Shoulder notes. Small illustrations in the text. Genealogical tree. Initial and terminal blanks present. Armorial bookplate of William John Mercer to front pastedown. Condition: FAIR to GOOD. Collated complete. Upper cover almost detached. Some rubbing and bumping to extremities. Contents lightly browned. Couple of marginal repairs. Mark to fore edge. Plates largely very good, some with minor creases. Scarc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 12:17:48
Sprenger, Jacob; I. Heinrich; J. Nider; B. Basin..
Frankfurt, Germany: Basse, Nikolaus, 1700. Fair to good condition. [Occultism] [Sprenger, J., Institoris, H., Nider, F.J. a.o.; (ed. Johann Fischart)]. Malleorum quorundam maleficarum, tam veterum quam recentiorum authorum (...). Francofurti ad Moenum, Nicolai Bassaei, M. D. LXXXII. [1582]. Hardcover. Vellum-bound. Reprint. Second volume (only) of two (see below). Small octavo, pp. (8), 704, [23 - Index]. Latin text in roman and italic letter. Later full vellum with yapp edges, the smooth spine with hand-written titles. Woodcut printer's device on title-page and on verso final leaf. Capitals and decorative initials. Head- and tail-pieces. Shoulder notes. Index at rear in double columns. Colophon verso final leaf. Contents displayed on title-page: I - Bernard Basin Opusculum de artibus magicis etc., II - Ulrici Molitoris, Constantientis..., III - Flagellum daemonum of Girolamo Menghi, IIII - Gerson De probatione spirituum, V - Thomas Murner Liber de pythonico contractu, VI - Felix Hemmerlin (Malleolus) De exorcismis & De credulitate daemonibus adhibenda; VII - Bartholomaeus de Spina De strigibus. Condition: Binding tight and secure. Textblock slightly cropped and with some mild toning. Lacking section VI due to censorship, p. 379-450, the volume is otherwise complete in itself; note that section VI is inked out on the title-page. Just a few other words inked out throughout. Scarce. Note: Selling here is the second volume only of a set originally made up of two separately edited volumes. A rare and important second Frankfurt edition of famous and notorious treatises on or aga … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 12:15:26
Hugo Grotius [Groot, Hugo de]
Amsterdam: Johann & Cornelium Blaeu, 1700. Very good condition. [GROTIUS, HUGO (1583-1645)]. Hugonis Grotii Annotationes in libros Evangeliorum. Cum tribus tractatibus & Appendice eo spectantibus. Amsterdami [Amsterdam], apud Joh. & Cornelium Blaeu, cIↄ Iↄ xxxxI [1641]. Hardcover. First Edition. Leather-bound. Thick folio (2°) (320 x 260 mm), pp. [4], 1060; [1], 4-85, [39]. Signatures: A-Z⁶ Aa-Zz⁶ Aaa-Zzz⁶ Aaaa-Tttt⁶ Vuuu⁴ A-I⁶ K⁸. Latin text with some words and paragraphs in Greek and Arabic. Roman letter in lines of 43. Beautifully bound in contemporary blind-stamped vellum. Title-page printed in red and black and with woodcut device. Handsome engraved portrait of Grotius by Willem Delff after Michiel van Miereveld. Large decorative initials. Head- and tail-pieces. Initial and terminal blanks present. Index to rear in double columns. Corrigenda: [5] p. at end. Errata slip pasted to final page. Contains: - Annotationes in Libros Evangel (Matth, Marci, Lucae, Ioan) - Epistola Thessalon - Epistola Iohannis - Ad Apocalypseos - Ad Ephesios - Ad Iacobi - Explicatio Iohannes - Explicatio Decalogi - Appendix (...) de Antichristo - Elenchus Loc. Script. & Index - Corrigenda. Condition: VERY GOOD. Collated complete. Binding tight and secure. Covers with some marks and stains. Contents remarkably clean. Limited contemporary annotations to just a few leaves. Scarce. Hugo Grotius (1583-1645) was a prodigious Dutch lawyer. He entered Universityat Leyden at 12; and was appointed Historian of the States General at 18, and Advocate Fiscal at 24. He travelled to England in a diplomatic cap … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 11:34:44
HENRI ESTIENNE
Geneva: Henricus Stephanus, 1700. Sixteenth century typographic masterpiece in good to very good condition. [ESTIENNE, HENRI]. Poetae Graeci Principes heroici carminis, & alii nonnulli. Homerus, Hesiodus, Orpheus, Callim. Aratvs, Nicand. Theocrit. Moschvs, Bion, Dionysivs, Colvthvs, Tryphiodorvs. Musaeus, Theognis, Phocylides, Pythagorae aurea carmina. Fragmenta Aliorum. Henrici Stephani tetrastichon de hac sua editione Quæ facie inuitat plures inuitat ocellos quum cultu corpus compta decente nitet Natiuo prius hi nos illexere decore, Illecebras dat nouus iste nouas. [Geneva]: Excudebat Henricus Stephanus, illustris viri Huldrichi Fuggeri typographus. Anno M. D. LXVI. [1566]. Hardcover. First edition. Two parts in one volume. Full leather. Thick folio (365 x 220mm), pp. 20, [lxxii], 410, [4], 411-781; [3], [lvii] [i.e. 56], 489 [i.e. 494] - errors in pagination (misnumbering). Signatures: *5 **4 A-D8 E4 a-2b8 c6 Aa10 Bb-Ii8 Klz8 Ll-Yy8 Zz6 Zzz4; a-g4 2A-2Z6 3A-3R6 3S4 3T3. Eighteenth century calf, spine with five raised bands, gilt floral designs in the compartments and red morocco title plate. Gilt rules to boards. A.e.g. and marbled. Endpapers and pastedowns marbled. Title transliterated. Greek and Latin text. Single column in lines of 40-50. Foliated initials. Shoulder notes. Estienne device on title-page (Schreiber 9). Five calligrams (or examples of concrete poetry) at the cc. 3A6, 3B1 & 3B2 of the second part. Unnumbered blank leaf and special title-leaf to the Odssey between p. 410 & 411. Initial and terminal blanks present. Bound in before the title page are three f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 11:12:36
England - Parliament
London, England: Richard Tottell, 1700. Good to very condition. [MAGNA CARTA] Magna Charta, cum statutis, tum antiquis, tum recentibus, maximopere, animo tenendis, nunc demum ad vnum, tipis ædita, per Richardum Tottill. Anno domini. 1576. Cum Privilegio ad Imprimendum Solum. Hardcover. Leather-bound. Reprint. Octavo (150 x 100mm), ff. [8], 247, [1]. Signatures: [par]⁸ A-Z⁸ Aa-Hh⁸. Imprint from colophon: "London in Fleetestreete within Temple barre at the signe of the Hand and Starre, by Richard Tottel, the 8 day of March, 1576". Later period-style full calf; four raised bands; morocco lettering-piece; blind rules; marbled endpapers; text Latin or Law French, then in English after fol.119; black letter; woodcut capitals and historiated initials; indexes; wide margins. Condition: VERY GOOD. Collated complete. Binding tight and secure. A little edge erosion to spine plate. Title leaf and succeeding leaf with neat professional edge repairs. Leaves very slightly browned and toned in places with occasional marginal stains. Very minor old underscoring and marginalia to approximately 18 pages. Old hand-inked title to fore edge. Rare. Note: Magna Carta (1215) stands as one of the truly great historic legal documents of Britain and the western world, leading directly to the establishment of constitutional government. Famously, thanks to the English barons, a reluctant King John was forced to accept certain liberties of his subjects and restraint of his powers within the law. Although at first renounced, amended versions were confirmed and reconfirmed by later monarchs throughout the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 11:12:36
Willughby, Francis 1635-1672; Ray, John 1627-1705
London, England: A. C. for John Martyn, 1700. Good to very good condition. [WILLUGHBY, Francis (1635-1672); RAY, John (1627-1705)]. The Ornithology in three books: wherein all the birds hitherto known, being reduced into a method sutable to their natures, are accurately described : the descriptions illustrated by most elegant figures, nearly resembling the live birds, engraven in LXXVII copper plates: translated into English, and enlarged with many additions throughout the whole work: to which are added, Three considerable discourses, I. of the art of fowling, with a description of several nets in two large copper plates, II. of the ordering of singing birds, III. of falconry by John Ray. London : Printed by A.C. for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, at the Bell in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCLXXVIII [1678]. Hardcover. First English Edition. Three parts in one volume. Full leather. Folio (370 x 240mm.), pp. [12], 441, [7] - index, [156] - plates. Signatures: A4 a2 B-Z4 Aa-Zz4 Aaa-Lll4 78*. Sympathetic replacement initial and terminal blanks. Handsomely rebound in 17th century-style paneled calf with blind rules and tooling, six raised spine bands, brown morocco lettering-piece with gilt titles. English text in Roman letter. Wide margins. Title-page in red and black; decorative floriated initials; 2 letterpress tables and small in-the-text tables; shoulder notes; index of bird species preceding plates; 80 engraved plates (2 plates unnumbered and unassigned following E2 showing hunting methods, plus 78 numbered plates of birds in a section to the rear); nice armorial … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 10:13:06
Quintus Curtius Rufus
Florence, Italy: Filippo Giunta, 1700. Good condition. [QUINTUS CURTIUS RUFUS]. De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Regis Macedonum. Impressum Florentiae: Opera et Impensa Philippi Giuntae Bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis M.D.VII. Mense Decembri [Dec. 1507]. Hardcover. First Giunta Edition. Octavo (155 x 105mm). 167 leaves. Terminal blank. Signatures: pi⁸ a-t⁸ u⁶. Imprint from colophon: 'Impressum Florentiae opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae Florentini, Anno Salutis. M.D.VII. Mense Decembri'. Printed by Filippo Giunta (1450-1517), founder of the House of Giunta in Florence. Bound in later stiff vellum, spine lettered in red. Caption title from leaf a¹: "Q. Curtii de rebus gestis Alexandri Magni regis Macedonum ...". Preliminaries by Pietro Bargeo (Pietro Angèli), and Luca della Robbia (Editor). Latin text in italic type. Simple title-page. Index at front. Errata on last two leaves. Spaces for capitals with guide letters. Leaves numbered in manuscript to top right of rectos. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Covers generally clean. Top edge slightly cropped. Light scattered foxing. Occasional old marginalia. Two small tracks in the margin affecting 12 leaves but not touching text. Rare post-incunabulum. Paypal only. Worldwide tracked shipping. Dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 09:01:36
Henry Holland
London: Jan Jansson, impensis Crispini Passaei, 1700. Good condition. [Author: H.H is Holland, Henry (British, Coventry 1583-ca. 1649)]. Title: HEROOLOGIA ANGLICA [first "o" printed as Greek omega] hoc est Clarissimorum et Doctissimorum aliqout [sic] Anglorum qui floruerunt ab Anno Christi M.D. usq ad Presentem Annum M.D.C.XX Vivae Effigies Vitae et elogia Duobus tomis Authore H.H. Anglo Britanno. Imprint: Jan Jansson, impensis Crispini Passaei Calcographus et Jansonij Bibliopolae Arnhemiensis, London, 1620. Softcover. First edition. Two parts bound in one volume. Folio (300 x 200 x 25mm), in 6's, pp. [20], 240 (with pagination continuous), 1 page of contents. Signatures: ›‹10 A-T6 V7. Contemporary vellum over card boards. Latin text. Engraved title-page with vignette map of England and view of London engraved by Crispijn van de Passe, 67 portrait and other engravings by the talented siblings Willem and Magdalena van de Passe. Woodcut capital and historiated initials. Tail-pieces and shoulder notes. Collated complete, with brilliant impressions of all 64 portraits as listed in the Table and 3 other engravings, including the tomb of Queen Elizabeth I (which with 3 of the portraits are plates outside the collation). The contents include two leaves of prelims (Post-Praefatio & Admonitio ad Lectorem) which are lacking in many recorded library copies (e.g. those at Cambridge) presumably to censor statements in the Latin text. The binding is secure. The covers are marked and slightly wrinkled to the rear, with a bottom corner bruised. The contents are slightly browned with very m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 09:01:20
Lucian of Samosata; [Thomas Francklin (trans.)]
London: T. Cadell, 1700. Very good condition. [LUCIAN of Samosata (c. 125 - after 180 AD)]. The Works of Lucian, from the Greek, by Thomas Francklin. London: Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand, MDCCLXXX [1780]. Hardcover. First edition. Leather-bound. Quarto (280 x 230 mm), pp. [xx], 480; [2], 588. Signatures: [ ]² A⁴ a-3p⁴; [ ]¹ B-4E⁴ 4F². English text. Initial and terminal blanks present. Bound in contemporary tan full-calf. Five raised spine bands with gilt ruled bands and lettering, plus red morocco lettering-pieces. Blind ruled frames to board. Title-page portrait vignettes by Isaac Taylor. Dedication. List of subscribers. Footnotes. From the library of George Granville Leveson-Gower, 1st Duke Sutherland (1758-1833), his bookplate to front pastedown of vol. I and armorial plaque to upper covers. Condition: VERY GOOD. Collated complete. Bindings secure. Some light wear to covers. Contents with some light foxing and toning. Paypal only. International tracked shipping. Dispatched securely and promptly. Please view my other books.
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 08:43:26
Plato
Lyon, France: Jean de Tournes, 1700. Good antiquarian condition. [PLATO]. Divini Platonis Operum, a Marsilio Ficino tralatorum, tomus primus [-quintus] ... Omnia emendatione, et ad Graecum codicem collatione Simonis Grynaei summa diligentia repurgata. Lugduni [Lyon], Apud Ioan, Tornaesium. M. D. XXXXX. [1550]. Hardcover. First and only de Tournes edition. In five volumes. Sextodecimo (16mo)(120 x 75mm), pp. 647 [i.e. 747], [5]; 668, [4]; 554, 85, [6]; 1017, [5]; 863, [1]. Collated complete; Signatures: vol. 1: a-z8, A-Z8, aa8 [aa8, blank]; vol. 2: a-z8, A-T8, [T7r, T8 blank]; vol. 3: a-z8, A-M8 [M6, M7r, M8 blank], a-f8 [f5, f6, f7, f8 blank]; vol. 4: a-z8, A-Z8, aa-ss8 [dd5, ss3 missigned dd4, ss5 respectively; ss7-8 blank]; vol. 5: a-z8, A-Z8, aa-hh8. Contents: vol. 1. Platonis vita. Eythrypho. Crito. Phaedo. Cratylus. Theaetetus. Sophista. Ciuilis. -- vol. 2. Parmenides. Philebus. Conuiuium. Phaedrus. Alcibiades primus. Alcibiades secundus. Hipparchus. Amatores. -- vol. 3. Theages. Charmides. Laches. Lysis. Euthedemus. Protagoras. Gorgias. Meno [+ volume 3 bound with Plato: Platonici dialogi sex. Lugduni, 1550]. -- vol. 4. Hippias maior. Hippias minor. Io. Menexenus. Clitopho. De republica I-X. Timaeus. Critias. -- vol. 5. Minos. De legibus I-XII. Epinomis. Epistolae. Near contemporary full calf, four raised bands, spines gilt, morocco titles labels, red speckled page edges, Latin text in Roman type with some Italics, printer's 'viper' device on titles and 'prism' device on all final leaves, capital initials, tail-pieces, shoulder notes, 85 pp. of Spuria in vol. 3, the t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 07:27:03
CICERO, Marcus Tullius
Venice, Italy: 1700. Good to very good condition. [CICERO, MARCUS TULLIUS]. Secundo volumine haec continentur. M.T.C. de natura deorum libri III. De divinatione libri II. De fato liber I. Scipionis somnium, quod è sex de rep. libris superest. De legibus libri III. De Universitate liber i.Q. Ciceronis de petitione consulatus ad Marcum fratrem liber I. Venetiis [Venice] in aedibus Aldi et Andreae, Asulani Soceri, mense Augusto M. D. XXIII. [Aug. 1523]. Hardcover. First Aldine edition. Volume 2 only (without vol.1, but complete in itself). Small octavo (165 x 100mm), ff. 214, (2) [numbered leaves]. Later stiff vellum, signatures: a-z8 A-D8, imprint from colophon recto penultimate leaf: 'Venetiis in aedibus Aldi et Andreae, Asulani Soceri, mense Augusto M.D.XXIII', errors in pagination: 158 numbered 142; 160 numbered 185, leaf 194 (B2) blank, terminal blanks present, Latin text in Roman and Italic letter type, printer's device on title-page and verso final leaf, spaces for capitals with guide letters, marbled endpapers. Collated complete, binding secure, covers a little grubby and marked, spine lacking title label, top edge very slightly cropped, contents largely fresh and clean, a little inking to ffep, no marginalia, small hole to front blank. Scarce. Notes: FIRST ALDINE EDITION, edited by Gian Francesco Torresani, and containing seven of Cicero's philosophical and political works, many of which survive only in part and whose missing fragments are designated multa desunt throughout: "On the Nature of the Gods", "On Divination", "On Destiny", the six surviving books of "The Dr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 07:27:03
M. Voltaire
Glasgow, UK: R. Urie, 1700. Good condition. [VOLTAIRE (François-Marie Arouet, 1694-1778); Carl Wilhelm Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick and Lüneburg]. Letters addressed to His Highness the Prince of ***** : containing, comments on the writings of the most eminent authors, who have been accused of attacking the Christian religion. Glasgow: Printed for R. Urie, MDCCLXIX [1769]. Hardcover. Reissue. Full leather. Duodecimo (170 x 105 mm), pp. [4], 152. Signatures: *4 A-M6 N4. Attractively bound in contemporary reverse calf; five raised bands; blind rules. Condition: GOOD. Textually complete but lacking initial and terminal blanks. Binding tight and secure. Lacking spine lettering-piece. Some rubbing with minor losses to extremities. Contents mildly browned. Some erosion to title-page affecting the initial letter. Pencil writings to front and rear pastedowns and title. Extremely scarce. Note: A reissue of the incorrectly dated "1759" [i.e. 1769] edition, with a cancel title page. The ten letters were written to Prince Brunswick. This work being a translation of: Lettres à Son Altesse Monseigneur le prince de *** sur Rabelais et d'autres auteurs accusés d'avoir mal parlé de la religion chrétienne. [ESTC: T181296]. Paypal only. Sent recorded delivery worldwide and dispatched promptly. Please view my other books.
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-05 07:11:30
John Stow [c.1525-1605]
London, UK: Richardi Meighen, 1700. Good condition. [STOW, JOHN (c. 1525-1605); HOWES, EDMUND (Ed.)]. Annales, or, A Generall Chronicle of England. Begun by John Stow: Continued and Augmented with matters Forraigne and Domestique, Ancient and Moderne, unto the end of the present yeere, 1631 by Edmund Howes, Gent [sic]. N.p. [Londini: printed by John Beale, Bernard Alsop, Thomas Fawcett, and Augustine Mathewes, impensis Richardi Meighen], 1631 [i.e. 1632]. Hardcover. Reprint (second edition of the Howes amendation). Leather-bound. Thick folio (320 x 220mm), pp. [20], 537, 540-819, 819-891, 891-897, 890, 900-901, 991-1014, 1003-1050, [2], 1057-1062, [4], 1063-1087, [29] (with pagination mis-numbered throughout, this volume collates closely with ESTC S117586). Signatures: *² [par.]⁸ A-4I⁶ 4K⁴ 4L-4M⁶ 4N² 4n⁴ 4O-4P⁶ 4Q⁴ 4R⁶ 4S⁸ (4S8 terminal blank lacking). Contemporary calf covers neatly rebacked with a new spine; gilt armorial crest to upper cover; red-dyed page edges; marbled pastedowns and endpapers. English text printed in black letter. Lines of sixty-seven printed in double columns. Illustrated title-page set within architectural woodcut border. Historiated initials; head- and tail-pieces; printed marginal/shoulder notes; includes indexes - alphabetical table. Printed by John Beale, Bernard Alsop, Thomas Fawcett, and Augustine Mathewes. Beale printed the preliminaries, quires A-G, and 2A-3C; Alsop and Fawcett printed H-Z; Mathewes printed 3D-4S, cf. STC. Includes an appendix or corollary of the foundations and descriptions of the three most famous universities of England: … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-03 08:56:27
FRYKE, Christopher and Christopher SCHEWITZER
London: D. Brown [et al], 1700. Octavo, pp. [xvi], 358, [ii]; an excellent crisp copy in contemporary dark calf, carefully repaired at joints preserving original gilt spine panels and label. First edition in English, translated from the Dutch by "S.L.". and a scarce and interesting book, with detailed descriptions of the Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius, Java, Ceylon, Formosa and Japan. Fryke, a surgeon with the VOC, tells the story of his voyages in the 1680s around the flourishing Dutch settlements in the East Indies. His compatriot Schewitzer's description of his wanderings in the region, from 1675 to 1683, include detailed descriptions of Ceylon, the pearl-fisheries and gem mines, and finish with his shipwreck and fortunate rescue. These were stirring times, as both authors' accounts make clear, with some evident enjoyment at describing terrible punishments meted out at sea and on land. Of particular interest is what may well be the earliest description in print of Walking the Plank (p.151) where a Venetian soldier travelling with the ship was punished for sodomy and the cruel sentence carried out: 'But the Venetian was not at all concerned; and when he stood upon the Plank, ready to be thrown off, he begged for nothing but a draught of Arack. The Master told him, he should have drink enough in an instant, and desired him to consider of his latter end, and to provide for futurity, but all Remonstrances were in vain to the last, and so he was thrown over'. Traditionally the earliest description cited for the plank has been for a usage of 1769, when a seaman named George Woo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books [Australia]
2019-10-02 16:12:17
anonymous
Unknown. 1700 RARE Handwritten Medical Manuscript Medicine Disease Cures Plague Fevers A rare, unique 18th-century handwritten medical manuscript. Written by an unknown hand, this work describes and discusses an abundance of medical topics including diseases such as plague, fever, measles, eye diseases, rashes, scarlet fever, rheumatism, cold, chest inflammation, liver diseases, kidney diseases, cholera, colic and cough, diarrhea, dysentery, dropsy, and much more! This treatise covers various treatments for these diseases as well as providing formulas and recipes for medicines. Item number: #7943 Price: $950 anonymous Des maladies 1700s Details: Collation: Complete with all pages Note: Included is an 18th century 8 of clubs playing card with a handwritten prescription formula for a diuretic. Language: French Binding: Vellum; tight & secure Size: ~6.5in X 4.5in (16.5cm x 11.5cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 7943 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-10-02 08:22:27
PLATO (428/427 or 424/423 - 348/347 BC)
Cambridge: J. Archdeacon, 1700. Good condition. [PLATO (428/427 or 424/423 - 348/347 BC); MILLS, JOSEPH (trans.)]. Plato's Apology of Socrates, Translated Into English, by the Rev. Joseph Mills. With Notes and an Appendix by the Translator. Cambridge: Printed by J. Archdeacon; sold by J. Woodyer, Cambridge; J. Beecroft, Pater-noster Row, and T. Cadell, in the Strand, London, M.DCC.LXXV [1775]. Hardcover. Second English Edition. Leather-bound. Small octavo (165 x 105 mm), pp. [2], xviii, [1], xviii-xxxi, [1], 99, [1]. Signatures: [ ]¹ a⁸ *a b⁸ B-G⁸ H². Initial and terminal blanks present. A leaf of "Additional subscribers" numbered xvii-xviii and signed *a, is inserted between gatherings a and b; this leaf also with errata. Bound in contemporary calf boards, re-backed with a new spine. Five raised bands. Green morocco lettering-piece. Gilt rules to board edges. Footnotes. Fleuron tail-pieces. Condition: GOOD. Collated complete. Binding secure. Some rubbing to spine ends. Title hand-written to front cover in red ink. Contents largely clean with a touch of browning to endpapers. Pencil inscription to front endpaper. A scarce title. Paypal only. Tracked international shipping. Dispatched securely and promptly. Please view my other books.
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2019-10-02 00:50:03
Unknown
Unknown, 1700. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. A rare, early Russian skete's devotional. This journal-style work features red and black inks with charming, decorative headpieces for each section. This monastic devotional features prayers and hymn-texts used in Eastern Christianity. A skete is a monastic community in Eastern Christianity that allows relative isolation for monks, but also allows for communal services and the safety of shared resources and protection.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-10-01 01:40:38
PIO PANFILI
Senza Casa Editrice, 1700. Pio, Panfili. Manoscritto in bella calligrafia attribuito a Pio Panfili scritto per l' Ornatissimo e gentilissimo Giovine Signor Giovanni Buratti. 12 pagine in tre colori + la Raccolta di 32 incisioni con in fine la pianta di Bologna e (indice). Le incisioni in rame originali misurano da battuta a battuta 32 mm. x 145 mm. sono tutte sottotitolate. Evidentemente scompleto come da indice. Nel nostro esemplare sono presenti le seguenti incisioni: Voltone, e Palazzo Arcivescovile di Bologna. Voltone e Chiesa di S. Maria detta del Baraccano in Bologna. Veduta della Piazza della Fontana, e Palazzo publico della Città di Bologna. Piazza Maggiore di Bologna in veduta del Palazzo del Comune. Piazza Maggiore di Bologna in veduta del Palazzo pubblico, della Fontana. Veduta di Piazza Maggiore di Bologna. Piazza, e veduta esteriore del nuovo Teatro pubblico di Bologna. Veduta della Piazza d' Armi detta del Mercato in Bologna. Veduta del Foro de' Mercanti nella Città di Bologna. Veduta delle Torri Asinelli e Garisenda in Bologna. Veduta del Palazzo dell' Istituto delle Scienze di Bologna. Veduta della Chiesa e Piazza de' PP. Domenicani in Bologna. Veduta della Piazza detta Seliciata di S. Francesco in Bologna. Veduta della Dogana, e Carceri della città di Bologna. Porta e Dogana del Canale Naviglio nella Città di Bologna. Veduta del principio della Strada di Galiera nella Città di Bologna. Veduta della Chiesa di S. Benedetto de' PP. Minimi, e Porta della strada di Galiera. Veduta della Chiesa di S. Giacomo de' Padri Eremitani di Sant' Agostino. Veduta della Chi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2019-09-29 15:56:28
Dryden, John
Jacob Tonson, London, 1700. First edition of this collection of fables with nearly 12,000 verses translated or paraphrased from various including Homer, Chaucer and Ovid. Quarto, bound in contemporary calf Cambridge binding, tooled and lettered in gilt on spine, raised bands. In very good condition. One of the most prolific and versatile writers in literary history, John Dryden excelled as a poet, a playwright, a critic, and a translator. According to Dr. Johnson, "Dryden may be properly considered as the father of English criticism," and Pope saw in Dryden's work "better specimens of every mode of poetry than any other English writer" (Allibone, 524). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-09-29 08:55:12
[DRAWINGS - NATURAL HISTORY].
Album with 22 charming natural history drawings on 21 leaves, including an opening drawing of a puto in front of a column, apparently intended as a sort of title-page, followed by drawings of birds (5), flowering plants (14) and fruits/fruit-bearing plants (2).The boards are covered with marbled paper in a Dutch pattern, similar to Wolfe 35, dating from the late 17th to early/mid-18th century.Some spots and thumbing throughout, binding soiled and slightly worn along the extremities; a good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-09-28 23:55:12
KNOOP, Johann Hermann.
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 taught mathematics in the same city.With two small stamps and a shelf label on title-page. Title-page browned and thumbed, with a water stain in the foot margin, margins slightly browned throughout, with a few small spots. Otherwise in good condition, wholly untrimmed and with most bolts unopened. Binding in very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-09-28 23:11:50
Bosso, Matteo
Bologna. 72 112 unapg. leafes, 26,6 x 17,8 cm. Brown calf leather binding from about 1700. 2nd. extended edition "Editio II aucta" by Matthaeus Bossus (1428-1502) with contributions by Filippo Beroaldo (1453-1505). First edition was published 1492 in Florence by Antonio Miscomini + Francesco di Dino. Rom.typ. Print mark at last leaf: Bologna, Franciscus Plato de Benedictis, 20. VII. 1493. Red printed head at begin of text. Red edge. Detailed description of condition: Cover mildly rubbed and bumped corners, joints slightly splitted, title and last leaf with deleted inkmarks, edges waterstainted but only faint, only few old ink marks on edge of text. Front endpapers with old ink marks and engraved ex libris. At all a very good, complete, mostly clean and fresh copy with strongly printed text on good paper.
Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Thomas Haker e.K. [Germany]
2019-09-28 09:02:25
OGILBY, John (1600-1676); BOWEN, Emanuel (1694-17)
London, United Kingdom: Thomas Bowles, 1700. Very good condition. [OGILBY, John (1600-1676); BOWEN, Emanuel (1694-1767); OWEN, John]. Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd; Being a Correct Coppy of Mr. Ogilby's Actual Survey of all ye Direct & Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales: Wherein are Exactly Delineated & Engraven, All ye Cities, Towns, Villages, Churches, Seats & Scituate on or Near the Roads With Their Respective Distances in Measured and Computed Miles. And to render This Work Universally Usefull & Agreeable, [Beyond any of its kind] are Added in a Clear & Most Compendious Method; 1, A full & Particular Description & Account of all the Cities, Borough-Towns, Towns-Corporate & Their Arms, Antiquity, Charters, Privileges, Trade, Rarities, & With Suitable Remarks on all Places of Note Drawn From the Best Historians and Antiquaries; 2, The Arms of the Peers of This Realm who Derive Their Titles From Places Lying on or Near the Roads; 3, The Arms of All ye Bishopricks & Deanaries, Their Foundation, Extent, Yearly-Value, Number of Parishes &; 4, The Arms & a Succinct Account of Both Universities & Their Respective Colleges, Their Foundations Fellowships & Lastly Particular & Correct Maps of all ye Counties of South Britain; With a Summary Description of Each County, its Circumference, Number of Acres, Boro & Market Towns & Parishes, Air, Soil, Comodities, Manufactures & What Each Pays... ... for the Direction of the Traveller [as they are] but the General use of the Gentleman and Tradesman. Printed & sold by Tho[mas]: Bowles Print & Map Seller in St. Pauls Church- … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
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