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2013-07-26 09:34:23
Phaedrus, freedman of Augustus, David Hoogstraten editor
Amsterdam: Franciscus Halma, 1701. Hardcover. Good. Engraved title page by Goerel/Boutats + 108 round copperplates on 18 full-page leaves signed I.V. Vianen (Jan van Vianen) dated 1701 + 49 woodcut initials & ornate figurative metal-cut head- & tail-pieces (some repeats but large & finely detailed). Quarto gilt-ruled calf (rebacked in leather with original red gilt title label laid on, tips worn) All edges marbled. Engraved Title + Titlepage in red & black with metal cut vignette "In hoc signo" + [28]pp prelims +160pp (inc. at end "Appendix Fabularum a Marquardo Gudio) +[82]pp indices, 99 Fables with 9 extra scenes illustrated in great detail in 108 roundelles. Lacks folding portrait of Prince of Nassau (often omitted), Plate 18 misbound at page 50. Some staining from former damp most evident to early leaves & at end of book but hardly affecting the plates. *Most luxurious of the Dutch Phaedrus editions specially made for the Prince of Nassau (Lamb Annales Phaedriani 96, Cohen-deRicci 797-9, Landwehr 247).
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2013-07-23 07:28:08
LUDOLF, Hiob
Francurti ad Moenum: Johannem David. Zunner, 1701. First edition. Hardcover. 4t0. pp. [8], 427, [1]. Ethiopic text and Latin translation on opposite pages. Title page is printed in red and black with the first three lines in Ethiopic. Bound in full period calf with spine gilt in six compartments – rubbed; a small spot on the front hinge is professionally strengthened. The title page contains scattered foxing and is age-toned / tanned around the edges. The interior pages are generally clean and crisp with only minor age toning and spots of foxing. The bottom corner tip of the margin on p. 273-74 is clipped / torn. Some discoloration is present on pp. 228-229 where a small slip of early decorative paper was used as a book mark. The inside front and rear covers contain an institutional stamp; a “released” stamp and an early institutional book plate are also located on the inside front cover. No other library or institutional stamps are present. The front free fly leaf displays a couple of inscriptions in early hands (one with date 1828). Hiob Ludolf (1624-1704) was an important German orientalist who is considered the founder of modern western Ethiopian studies. This is the first complete edition of Ludolf’s Ethiopic Psalter with Latin translation. (An earlier edition of Psalms I-V was published in Frankfurt (1699) as a specimen). Ludolf, with the assistance of Johann Heinrich Michaels, used the 1513 and 1518 editions of the Ethiopic Psalter as well as three manuscripts in preparing his new edition (See Darlow). Other Biblical hymns and prayers including th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books
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2013-07-22 14:06:13
GRANELLI, Karl].
Wien, J. G. Schlegel für J. B. Schönwetter 1701. 4°. 4 Bll., 116, 79 S. Mit allegor. Frontisp. u. 8 doppelblattgr. Kupferkarten v. Engelbrecht u. Pfeffel. Pbd.im Stil d. Zt. Tlw. etw. stockfl. bzw. gebräunt. Vors. erneuert. EA. Holzm.-Boh. II, 6042; De Backer-S. III,1672,1; Coreth 124; Wurzbach V, 309 - Erste Ausgabe der seltenen Topographie in alphabetischer Ordnung, die auch viel Geschichtliches enthält. Mit Karten von Nieder- und Öberösterreich, Steiermark, Kärnten, Tirol, Schlesien, Böhmen, Mähren u. Krain, alle mit hübscher Staffage. Versand D: 8,00 EUR Geschichte, Austriaca, Geographie
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2013-07-05 17:31:44
Ribeyro, Captaine Jean
Paris 1701 - (32),352 Pp. Large folding map and 7 folding plates, printer's device on title page Wear to edges of covers, and a light water stain to the outer margins of pages 267 to 325. The large folding map has some browning and a small tear to fold Full brown calf, with bands and gilt designed compartments to spine [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schooner Books Ltd.(ABAC/ALAC)
2013-07-03 16:36:09
Vergil / Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro, 70-19 B. C.)
Cantabrigiae, Typis Acaemicis, Impensis Jacobi Tonson Bibliopolae / Londin. MDCCI. [Cambridge, University Press, 1701]. Quarto; 1 p. l., 686 p., engr. frontis. Edited by Henry Laughton. One of the series of large quarto editions of the Latin classical poets published by Cambridge through Tonson. NUC 633: 583 records 16 copies. Bound in contemporary full calf, rebacked by Dragonfly Bindery, George & Pat Sargent. Bookplate of Matthew Kenrick. Very good copy. Stock#OB064.
Bookseller: The Owl at the Bridge
2013-06-26 08:15:35
Holmia literata. (Hamburg), apud T. G. Volgnau, 1701. 4:o. (2),97,(1) s. Titelsidan med en vinjett föreställande Stockholms sigill med S:t Erik. Samtida fläckigt pergamentbd. Ryggen med ett par små brännhål. Pärmarna ngt bågnade. Interfolierad med intressanta samtida kompletterande anteckningar. Några av anteckningsbladen dock urrivna. Sporadiska lager- och rostfläckar. Enstaka mindre fuktfläckar i den övre marginalen. Med E. Bergströms respektive Pehr Erik Thyselius namnteckningar, den senare daterad 1835. Intressant ex.. Almquist Sveriges bibliografiska litteratur 226. Ågren Svensk biografisk uppslagslitteratur 251, noten. En andra upplaga utkom 1707. Tryckt i Hamburg men förlagd av Volgenau i Stockholm. Biobibliografisk handbok över litterärt verksamma stockholmare. Författaren förestod bokauktionerna i Stockholm och Uppsala. Anteckningarna består i första hand av kompletteringar av de biografiska uppgifterna både vad gäller omnämnda personers yrken och levnadsdata
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2013-06-16 11:05:26
FONTANA, Fulvio, S.J. (1648-1723). -
Firenze, Miccioni e Nestenus, 1701.In-folio. Solida legatura coeva in pergamena, dorso con nervi. Ritratto di Cosimo III Granduca di Toscana, una tav. f.t. con le armi medicee sorrette da figure allegoriche, e 37 belle tavv. inc. in rame a p. pagina n.t. che mostrano varie battaglie navali della flotta toscana, per lo più contro i turchi tra il 1573 e il 1688, in cui sono messe in risalto le diverse posizioni di combattimento. (10), 260, XXIII pp.; il ritratto, le armi medicee e le prime 4 tavole anticamente colorate a mano (tavola III con un paio di piccole corrosioni dovute al colore abilmente restaurata); esemplare fresco e marginoso. Prima edizione di un'opera molto stimata. L'Ordine di Santo Stefano venne fondato da Cosimo de' Medici nel 1561 per proteggere i traffici mercantili toscani e combattere i turchi e le scorrerie dei pirati barbareschi nel Mediterraneo. Nel 1571 le galere dell'Ordine parteciparono alla battaglia di Lepanto. Al principio vi sono notizie su Pisa e Livorno. Moreni I, 385. Lozzi 5461. Olschki, Choix, 13976 (senza il ritratto). Vinciana, Aut. Ital. del '600, 578. First edition. The Holy Military Order of the Knights of Santo Stefano was founded in 1561 primarely to protect Tuscan shipping against Barbaresque and Turkish pirates. With a portrait, full-p. engr. coat-of-arms, and 37 engr. plates of naval battles. Portrait, arms and first 4 plates coloured by an early hand (3rd plate slightly damaged by colour corrosion neatly repaired); a fresh and large copy bound in contemp. vellum.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2013-06-12 15:41:17
Tesauro Emanuele
in Torino, Per Gio Battista Zappata, 1701.Due voll. in un tomo in-folio (370x240mm); pp. (4), 138, (2); (2), 164, (4) (il secondo vol. reca il titolo "Istituto della Venerabile Compagnia della fede cattolica sotto l'invocazione di San Paolo" in quanto ne contiene, appunto, lo statuto); bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena. Dorso adorno di titolo in oro su tassello, fregi e fiorellini in oro. Tagli a spruzzo. Ex-libris antico. Splendida antiporta allegorica incisa in rame dal Tasnière, da invenzione di Sebastiano Tarico, raffigurante la conversione di San Paolo caduto da cavallo, con immagini di Gesù e di putti adagiati su nembi e con varie altre figure sacre. Capilettera, testatine e finalini riccamente istoriati od ornati su rame. Bellissimo e fresco esemplare ad ampi margini. Seconda edizione, più corretta e vasta della prima (apparsa nel 1657-58) dell'opera più importante edita in antico sulla Compagnia di San Paolo di Torino, oggi Banca Intesa Sanpaolo. Nata nel 1563, in pieno clima di Controriforma, per arrestare il propagarsi dell'eresia protestante, la compagnia si dedicò in seguito per lo più all'Amministrazione dei "Monti di Pietà" e alle opere di carità e di assistenza, volte soprattutto contro la speculazione e l'usura. La prima parte si occupa della fondazione e dello sviluppo della Compagnia, mentre la seconda tratta dei privilegi, degli statuti, di scritture e documenti vari. Kress Library, 2236. Cat. Einaudi, 5572. Cat. Vinciana, 5006. Dervieux, E. Tesauro, 47.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-12 12:54:04
Francesco Maria COSTANTINI
Romae, ex Typographia Ioannis Francisci de Buagnis 1701 tracce d'uso e lievi fori di tarlo alle rilegature, fioriture e lievi bruniture, nel complesso buon esemplare 2 voll. (opera incompleta) COSTANTINI, Francesco Maria. - Nacque in Venarotta (Ascoli Piceno) il 19 febbr. 1639 da Giovan Domenico, patrizio di antica nobiltà marchigiana, e da Dea Massini, cugina del famoso giureconsulto ascolano Serafino Massini. Primogenito di dieci [...] testo in latino su due colonne; imprimatur datato 1700; fontespizi (quello del vol. I in rosso e nero), capilettere e vignette incise; errore di numerazione al tomo I dove la pag. 120 è riportata [...]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2013-06-11 05:31:25
Coronelli Vincenzo
Tivani Antonio 1701 - 1705 in cui si spiega con ordine alfabetico ogni voce, anco straniera, che puo avere significato nel nostro idioma italiano, appartenente a' qualunque materia .. Autore Frà Vincenzo Coronelli - In folio - pp.pp 32nn + 44 + 1628 col; 12nn + 36 + 1246 col; 12nn + 32 + 1244 col; 16nn + 48 + 1834 col;12nn + 36 + 14324 col + 11nn ; - Pergamena - Cinque volumi - Vol. I° e IV hanno entrambi una incisione a piena pagina ed una tav. più volte ripiegata - Vol. V° una tav. più volte ripiegata. - Titoli manoscritti ai dorsi - Frontespizi rosso e nero - Piccola mancaza al margine della col 1198 del vol.3° senza perdita di testo - rari segni di tarlo al vol 4 - Tomo I : A - AETomo II : AF - ALTomo III : AM - AOTomo IV : AP - AZTomo V: BA - BH
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl
2013-06-10 20:49:59
Zacchia Paolo
Lugduni, Sumptibus Anisson & Joannis Posuel, 1701. 1701 3 volumi in-folio (350x225mm), pp. (16), 442, (2); (4), 443-784, (62) di indice [numerazione continua]; (8), 254, (44) di indice, (2) bianche; bella legatura coeva in p. pergamena flessibile con legacci e titoli elegantemente calligrafati al tempo in verticale ai dorsi. Frontespizi in rosso e nero con vignetta incisa. Antiche firme di appartenenza. Qualche fioritura, alone e lavoro di tarlo marginale sparso senza perdite di testo. Splendido esemplare nel complesso. Reimpressione lionese curata dall'Horst (l'opera iniziò ad apparire dal 1621 nelle varie parti edite a sé) di questa estesissima trattazione di medicina legale in dieci libri scritta ad uso tanto dei medici che dei giureconsulti, autentico caposaldo della letteratura antica in materia. Importanti capitoli sono dedicati alla pazzia, alla tossicologia, alla simulazione delle malattie, alle gravidanze, agli errori professionali, alla prova docimastica intesa ad appurare se il feto avesse respirato o meno prima della morte, alle possessioni demoniache, alla somiglianza dei figli con i genitori, all'impotenza, alla deontologia medica e agli errori professionali. Lo Zacchia (Roma, 1583-ivi, 1658), medico personale di papa Innocenzo X, fu, con l'Ingrassia, il Codronchi, il Fedele, il massimo medico legale italiano a cavallo fra Cinquecento e Seicento. Cfr. (varie edizioni): Garrison / Morton, 1720. Hirschberg, V, 1020. Goldsmith, Z 4. Blake, 497. Olschki, Choix, 9785-86. Capparoni, Profili bio-bibliografici, II, pp. 135-37. Krivatsy, 13186 e sgg. Hirsch, VI, 352-5 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-10 17:05:23
Justus DANKERTS (1635-1701)
Carta geografica dell'Italia settentrionale. La firma dell'editore Justus Dankerts, defunto nel 1601, dovrebbe collocare l'esecuzione di questa carta entra tale anno, che rappresenta anche l'anno di inizio della guerra di Successione spagnola a cui fa riferimento il titolo. La grande casa editrice dei Dankerts nel 1680 iniziò a raccogliere le proprie carte in un unico atlante, di cui curò svariate edizioni fino circa al 1700. Successivamente le lastre dei Dankerts furono acquistate dalla famiglia Ottens che le pubblicarono, con la loro firma, verso il 1720. Incisione in rame, due fogli uniti, magnifica coloritura coeva con ritocchi, in perfette condizioni. Bibliografia: Terre di Langobardia p. 88, 35. Amsterdam Amsterdam 950 575
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-09 10:24:48
Ovidio Nasone Publio
a Paris, chez Pierre Emery, 1701. 1701 2 voll. in-8° (192x120mm), pp. (14), 602, (6); (8), 631; legatura coeva p. pelle nocciola con ricche impressioni floreali e vegetali in oro, titolo su tassello granata e tomaison egualmente in oro entro scomparti su dorso a nervi. Tagli spruzzati. Sguardie in marmoreggiatura policroma. Antiporta incisa su rame da Ertinger al primo vol. con Ovidio nell'atto di comporre, un putto sorreggente il serto poetico e figure mitologiche sullo sfondo. Frontespizi in rosso e nero con fregi calcografici centrali con un canestro di fiori. 189 incisioni calcografiche a m. pagina con scene mitologiche desunte dal poema ovidiano, disegnate e incise da Ertinger. Fregi floreali intercalati n.t. incisi su rame. Iniziali ornate. Bell'esemplare con dorsi abilmente restaurati e qualche brunitura. Bella e ricercata edizione delle "Metamorfosi", nella traduzione francese in prosa dell'abate Jean Baptiste Morvan de Bellegarde (Piriac, Nantes, 1648-1734), riccamente illustrata da Ertinger e dedicata a Luigi Augusto di Borbone. Le "Metamorfosi" hanno fine alla p. 418 del II vol. e sono seguite da "Le Jugement de Paris" (419-489), "Les Abeilles" (490-508; traduzione di un episodio del IV libro delle virgiliane "Georgiche"), "Epitres choisies d'Ovide" (508-631). Graesse, V, 89. Manca al Cohen-De Ricci.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-06 13:30:26
Dampier Guillaume
Amsterdam, Paul Marret, 1701 e 1705. 1701 Quattro volumi in 8° piccolo cm 16x10 legature in piena pelle coeva titoli e fregi oro, dorsi a 5 nervi. Antiporta incisi ai primi tre tomi e frontespizi in rosso e nero ad ogni volume. Questa seconda edizione, corretta e aumentata di un volume e assai rara a trovarsi completa è così suddivisa: Tomo primo, Nouveau voyages atour du monde: pag. (7) 340 (2) e 5 tavole. Tomo secondo: Suite du voyage atour du monde avec un traité des vents qui regnent dans tout la Zone torride, pag. 227 (2) 104 e tre tavole. Tomo terzo: Supplement du voyage atour du monde, pag. (7) 273, (19) e tre tavole. Tomo quarto: Voyage de Guillame Dampier aux terres australes avec le voyage de Lionel Wafer pag. 274, (8) e 16 tavole. Le zone descritte sono, tra le altre: Le coste delle isole delle Indie Occidentali, Le Isole di Capo Verde, il passaggio al largo della Terra del Fuoco e le coste meridionali del Cile, del Perù e del Messico; l'isola di Guam, di Mindanao e delle altre Filippine, le isole orientali che sono vicine alla Cambogia e alla Cina; Formosa, Lucon, Celebes e la Nuova Olanda, le isole di Sumatra, di Nicobar, di Sant'Elena e il Capo di Buona Speranza. Dove si tratta dei territori di tutti questi paesi, dei loro porti, delle piante, dei frutti, e degli animali che vi si trovano: dei loro abitanti, dei loro costumi, della loro religione, del loro governo, della loro economia, ecc. Opera rara a trovarsi completa. Ottimo stato.
Bookseller: Biggio Giuseppina
2013-05-09 15:15:16
FERRO Giovan Francesco
APPRESO BERNARDINO POMATELLI 1701 Legatura coeva "alla rustica" in cartonnage beige, con tre punti in cuoio alle cerniere. Al piatto inferiore, annotazione storica sulle origini di Comacchio vergata a penna con grafia corsiva settecentesca. Al dorso, titolo e autore abbreviati, nonché numero di collocazione, manoscritti a penna con grafia d'epoca. Antiporta inciso a bulino su matrice di rame con titolo e autore entro ricca cartella composta di nastri, trofei d'armi, trombe e altri oggetti allegorici (fra cui strumenti allusivi alle arti e alle scienze); lungo i lati sinistro e destro, due divinità identificabili (probabilmente) con Minerva e Mercurio. Frontespizio con nota di possesso settecentesca d'un frate francescano, vergata a penna - (26) - 540 pagine numerate. Alcuni capilettera decorati e fregi tipografici impressi a silografia; diverse piccole illustrazioni silografiche incluse nel testo, con antichi rilievi e monete: quasi tutti sono realizzati a silografia ad eccezione di una raffigurazione ovale incisa all'acquaforte (p. 113). Tre tavole fuori testo: una, impressa su due fogli ripiegati, è una pregevole veduta prospettica di Comacchio incisa all'acquaforte da "Antonius Luciani Venetus [...]": la città appare circondata dalle acque e (come recita una didascalia) da "valli [...] che girano cento e trenta miglia"; le altre due tavole incise, impresse su una sola pagina, rappresentano (rispettivamente) le due facce d'una medaglia in onore dell'autore del libro e antichi reperti. Il raro volume (in prima edizione) è una monografia sulla città di Comacchio, nota loca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C
2013-05-03 20:40:23
anon
University Printers, Oxford, 1701. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Later but fairly early red morocco, 13 1/2" x 8 1/4". A bit of wear at edges, a few surface marks and scratches, attractively stamped and gilded with 5 raised bands, old name to front board scratched out. Title page trimmed and laid down. Attractively printed in two columns throughout. A few minor paper flaws, occasional light foxing and staining, but generally quite clean. Page edges gilt and tooled. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Inventory No: 042727. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2013-04-24 10:55:17
DRYDEN, John.
London. Jacob Tonson. 1701. Consisting of title-page as above, printed in red and black, followed by another title-page: POEMS on Various Occasions; and Translations from several authors. By Mr. John Dryden. Now first publish'd together in one Volume. London, Jacob Tonson. [1701.] The date has been erased from the title-page. xv, [5], 232 pages. Followed by, FABLES Ancient and Modern; Translated into Verse, from Homer, Ovid, Boccace, & Chaucer: with Original Poems. London. Jacob Tonson. 1700. Comprising of: half-title, title, [38], 648 pages [with usual faults in pagination]. Bound in contemporary panelled calf with label to spine reading, 'DRYDEN'S WORKS VOL III.' Small folio. First edition thus. Binding worn, with both inner and outer joints cracked, but firm; second title-page [Original Poems] strengthened from the blank verso at edges and with two small paper repairs; some browning; the occasional marginal tear; else a very good copy. This book is heavy and will incur extra postal charges. Please contact us directly for a shipping quote.
Bookseller: David Miles Books [United Kingdom]
2013-04-21 14:35:57
Botello de Moraes y Vasconcelos, Francisco. [also Botelho].
14 lvs, [1]-10, 9-38, 1 lv., [2] pp., 39-268, 257-476 pp. Sm. 8vo. Contemporary vellum, title lettered in manuscript. First edition. Palau 33684. Sabin 6797. Medina, BHA 2027. Leclerc 75. Ticknor p.42. Inncencio II: 642. Numerous errors in pagination. A heroic poem on the discovery of America by Columbus and the Spanish conquests -influenced mostly likely by Bacon's view of conquest as philosophical, rather than just military- written in Spanish by the Portuguese born writer Francisco Botello de Moraes (1670-1747) who lived most of his life in Spain and Italy. Composed in his youth and never completed, with gaps left blank at a number of stanzas (libro i, stanza 78-107; ii. 60-80 ; iii. 103-143; vi. 88-228; vii. 54-73, 87-128, 157-176; viii. 17-77, 102-301, 311-363; ix, 1-200, 222-262, 281-381, 383-449, 502-522; x. 134-162, 198-298). For an excellent discussion of Botello de Moraes see See Ruth Hill: Sceptres and Sciences in the Spains: four humanists and the new philosophy, pp. 191-244. Provenance: Ex Libris Jos M. Rodriguez MCMXXXVIII/ Bibliotheca Chizigonana on front pastedown. Boards soiled, hinges and small tears neatly repaired, owner's bookplate on front pastedown, corner chip to front endpaper, later inscription on verso of half-title, occassional browning, overall a very good copy.
Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB
2013-03-25 09:54:51
(Psalmbok)
Medh the stycker som ther til höra, och på följande bladh uptecknade finnas. Uppå Kongl. Majtz: nådigsta befalning åhr MDCXCV öfwersedd, och nödtorfteligen förbättrad; och åhr 1701 i Stockholm af trycket uthgången. Stockholm: Henrich Keyser, 1701. Extra graverat dubbelsidigt titelblad,(12),grav. pl., 824, grav. pl.,276,grav. pl.,277-416,(58) s. Samtida skinnband med renoverade spännen. Pärmarna med bindpressad spegeldekor. Rygg med fem markerade bind och enkel linjedekor. Stänkta snitt. Några äldre understrykningar. Första bladet i registret med lagning i marginalen. Försättsblad, eftersättsblad, sista sidan och graverade titelbladet med små lagningar i kanten där spännena gjort avtryck. Nött rygg, titeletiketten med sprickor. Ganska nära skuren. Komplett ex. 19 x 11,5 cm
Bookseller: Antiquaria
2013-02-13 09:27:44
Spanhemius, Fredericus. / Spanheim, F.
Leiden., Boutestein, Luchtmans, du vivie, Severinus., 1701. 3 volumes, large folio. 38 x 24 cms, TOMUS I.; engraved portrait by P. v. Gunst after Meriaen. (18), 1-102,+ ( 34, 1 ), 1-960, (40) . + TOMUS II.; (14), 1-780,(29), + TOMUS III.; (6), 1-675, (27) pages. With 12 doublepage maps outside the text. Contemp. uniform blind stamped vellum. Exlibris; Vereenigde Doopsgezinde Gemeente te Amsterdam. 7 raised bands. Some ff. with minor water stains at margins. Published 1701-1703. 12 Maps, each circa 37 x 48 cms : Orbis Vetus, + Palaestina Vetus, + Roman Imperium Orientale, + Diocesis Orientis, + Diocesis Aegypti, + Diocesis Asiana Pontica, + Praefectum Illyrici Orientalis, + Imperium Romanum, + Vicariatus Italiae, + Diocesis Africana, + Diocesis Galliarum, + Diocesis Hispariarum
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Rijzende Zon
2013-01-14 14:09:03
[Patkul.] (THOMASIUS, Christian. Utg.)
Leipzig, Joh. Grossens Erben, 1701. 4:o. (32),+ 234,+ 50,+ (2),+ 195,+ (blank),+ (2),+ 30,+ 206 s. Småfläckar och enstaka bläckplumpar. Första avdelningen med rikliga samtida understrykningar och marginalanteckningar med bläck. Sammanbunden med: (BERGENHIELM, Johan?) Rättmätigh näpsst på den arga förrädarens Johan Rheinhold Patkuls skändelige i tryck uthgijfne deduction, med twänne biifogade oförnufftige responsis emot den i stora kongl. commisionen anno 1698 öfwer honom här i Stockholm fällte laga sentens och domb. Stockholm, Sal. Wankiffs enckia (1701). 4:o. (8) s. Sammanbunden med: (BERGENHIELM, Johan?) Justa animadversio in evulgatam scelerati proditoris Johannis Rheinholdi Patkuli infamen deductionem. Eique adiuncta bina temeraria responsa, quibus legitimam magnæ regiæ commissionis Holmiæ anno 1694 de ipso latam sentetiam eludere & labefactre annius est. (Stockholm, 1701?) 4:o. (8) s. Lila marmorerat pappband från mitten av 1800-talet, med röd titeletikett "Patkulliana". Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. Bring, Rättegångshandlingar, 1:1-3. Åhlen 16:118. Warmholtz 5319 resp. 5320. Åhlen, Ord mot ordningen, s. 58. Första verket är ett samlingsband (kallas ibland "Acta Patkuliana") och innehåller skrifter motsvarande Bring 1:5, 7-10, 14). Bring 1:6, "Solida sed modesta", är endast känd i ett exemplar (KB) och är inte heller här medbundet. Sista delen "Collectanea Livonica" innehåller handlingar för åren 1561-1691 rörande det livländska ridderskapets privilegier. Detta försvar av Johan Reinhold Patkul och angrepp på den svenska domen över honom v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [Sweden]
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2013-01-09 13:51:24
GRÖNING, Johann. + SCHWEITZER, Johann Heinrich.
Hamburg, Gotrf. Liebezeith, 1701. 8vo. (14),+ (2),+ 150,+ 112,+ 22,+ 3-96,+ 78,+ 97-128 pp.+ 3 engraved plates. One leaf, containing "Praefame" is missing from part 5. Bound with: SCHWEITZER, Johann Heinrich. Ius naturae et gentium, ex Hugonis Grotii nobili, de bello et pace, opere, methodo erotematicâ, in usum studiosae pubis, traditum, à Joh. Henrico Suicero. Zürich, David Gessner, 1694. 8vo. (6),+ 230,+ (3) pp. Small tear in p. 141 of the second part of the first work. Contemporary vellum with gilt, but oxidised title on spine. Blue edges. Traces of removed paper label on spine and stains on front board. Ink notation on front fly leaf, which also has a hole. Ink marking on the title page of the first work. Owner's notations of Valentin Otto Högemann, Berlin 1704 and Joh. Val. Otto Högemann, Halle 1734, on the back of the title page. From the library of Ericsberg castle. VD18 11405716 for the first title, VD17 1:009480V for the second. Warmholtz 5267 for part IV of the Bibliotheca universalis. One leaf is missing in the first work.
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2013-01-05 23:35:53
Partridge, William:
[Portsmouth]. July 23, 1701.. [2]pp. Oblong folio. Old fold lines. Embossed wax seal. Negligible soiling. Fine. Manuscript document signed by Lieutenant Governor William Partridge, calling for an election to replace Timothy Hillard in the General Assembly of the province. It is written in the hand of Charles Story, Secretary, who has also signed. New Hampshire was, at this time, under the governorship of Massachusetts Bay, which was the case until statehood in 1783. The document further lays out who can vote, when the election is to be held, and the terms of service. A note on the verso indicates that one Jno. Sheck [?] was elected to the Assembly. William Partridge was lieutenant governor from 1697-1702. A nice, early colonial New Hampshire document.
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2013-01-04 16:23:35
Thomas Fuller
Londini : Sam. Smith & Benj. Walford, 1701 Scarce first edition with remedies set out alphabetically and a listing of ailments at the rear. Unpaginated. Dr. Thomas Fuller (1654-1734) was born in Sussex. He was admitted to the Royal College of Physicians in 1679 and became an MD in 1681, establishing himself in Sevenoaks. In new red buckram binding with new endpapers. The original text is all present. What might have been the original fep is preserved but is browned and ragged. The title page has some browning at the edges. The text is generally clean but there is browning to page edges and this becomes more general in the final leaves at the rear of the book. The 2 blank leaves after the index of ailments are very browned and have ragged edges. Small light book - please enquire if you would like us to assess postage at cost.
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2013-01-03 15:29:27
REYNARD THE FOX
London: Printed by T. Ilive, for Edward Brewster, 1701. Early English Edition of the Reynard Fables [REYNARD THE FOX]. The Most Delectable History of Reynard the Fox. Newly Corrected and Purged, from all grossness in Phrase and Matter. Augmented and Enlarged with sundry Excellent Morals and Expositions upon every several Chapter. To which may now be added a Second Part of the said History: As also the Shifts of Reynardine the Son of Reynard the Fox, Together with his Life and Death, &c. London: Printed by T. Ilive, for Edward Brewster, 1701. [Bound together with:] [REYNARD THE FOX]. The Most Pleasant and Delightful History of Reynard the Fox. The Second Part. Containing Much Matter of Pleasure and Content. Written For the Delight of young Men, Pleasure of the Aged, and Profit of all. To which is added many Excellent Morals. London: Printed by A.M. and R.R. for Edward Brewster, 1681. [And:] [REYNARD THE FOX]. The Shifts of Reynardine The Son of Reynard the Fox, Or a Pleasant History of His Life and Death. Full of Variety, &c. And may fitly be applied to the Late Times. Now Published for the Reformation of Mens Manners. London: Printed by T.J. for Edward Brewster, and Thomas Passenger, 1684. Three parts in one small quarto volume (7 5/16 x 5 9/16 inches; 186 x 141 mm.). [156], [2, table of contents], [2, publisher's advertisements]; [111], [1, publisher's advertisements]; [8], 160 pp. Mostly black letter, with titles and side notes in roman letter. Sixty-two woodcuts in the first part, printed from thirty-nine blocks, and fifteen woodcuts in the second part, five repeated, al … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-12-31 17:20:56
NICOLAI Johanne
In-24 gr. (mm. 128x79), p. pergam. coeva, pp. (24),144. Interessante e curiosa operina sull?uso e l?abuso dei guanti, considerati dal punto di vista legale, rituale, sociale (per esempio, in caso di duello). "Prima ed unica edizione". Cfr. Brunet,IV,61. ?Jean Nicolai, savant et laborieux philologue né dans la Saxe (vers 1660-1708). Il fut nommé, en 1700, professor d?antiquités à l?academie de Tubingue. Ce savant a laissé un grand nombre d?ouvrages, recherchés et curieux, qu?attestent une immense lecture et une vaste érudition?. Biographie Universelle,XXXI, pp. 227-28. Esemplare uniformemente arrossato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2012-12-22 20:02:49
LAMY (R.P. Bernard)
Paris, chez Anisson, 1701, pl. veau moucheté époque, dos orné, bel exemplaire. (cachet ex-libris armorié Bibliothèque Graf von Arnim-Boitzenburg (1803-1868) puis cachet de la Bibliothèque de l'Académie d'architecture russe). Rare édition originale recherchée et très finement illustrée. Le père Lamy enseigna la philosophie à Saumur et Angers, mais se montra un trop fervent cartésien ce qui lui valut une condamnation à l'éxil. Il est resté célèbre pour son attachement à la défense du cartésianisme. ¶ DLF XVIIe p.574 - DSB VII, 611.
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2012-10-23 10:10:42
XÉNOPHON.
Oxonii [Oxford], E Typographo Clarendiano, 1701. In 8 de [6]-154-[6]pp., reliure en plein veau fauve de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs surlignés et soulignés de filets estampés, pièce de titre de maroquin bordeaux encadrée d'un double filet doré, titre doré, charnières externes restaurées, roulette dorée sur les coupes, texte en grec dans la partie supérieure des pages et texte latin en dessous, rousseurs éparses, trace d'un ex-libris décollé sur le premier plat, belle gravure représentant trois monuments de style néo-classiques, probablement de la ville d'Oxford, tranches rouges, bon et bel exemplaire. Belle édition de ce célèbre dialogue écrit par l'historien grec. Les sujets traités vont de l'économie rurale au gouvernement domestique, de la gestion de la maison aux esclaves, sans réference aucune à ce qui deviendra à l'époque moderne l'économie politique. Cet ouvrage fournit de nombreuses informations quant à la vie quotidienne et l'agriculture des athéniens au IVème siècle avant Jésus Christ. Xénophon (circa 426 ou 430 - circa 335 avant Jésus Christ), fut un historien et philosophe natif d'Attique, membre d'une riche famille aristocratique. Il fréquenta les sophistes dont Prodicos à thèbes et fut l'élève de Socrate. Il fut hostile à la restauration de la démocratie après la restauration des trente. Selon l'historien Luciano Canfora, il fut même l'un des deux commandants de la cavalerie lors de cette tyrannie, cavalerie faisant office de milice chargée de réprimer et d'éliminer les opposants. Il s'engagea dans l'expédition menée par Cyrus le jeune, fils de Darius II, contre so … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2012-08-27 18:14:42
J. Smith
London - For John Smith, Edward Cooper and David Mortier, 1701 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A rather scarce art gem from eminent French painter Charles le Brun on expression in painting and sculpture with forty-two illustrative plates. Bound in leather with gilt decoration. With Forty-Two ofForty-Threecopper-plates. Plate Thirty-Eight is missing. The spelling of 'Cheif' in the title is as printed. With only five copies of this text noted on the ESTC in the British Isles, held between the British Library and three Oxford colleges. The dedication is signed by the translator, J. Smith. Charles Le Brun, 1619 1690, was a French painter and art theorist, one of the dominant artists in 17th century France. He became Premier Peintre du Roi to Louis XIV. Condition: The text block binding is tight and firm. The front board is held by the cords only and could possibly detach in the post even after careful packing, and the rear hinge is cracked. There is wear to the extremities, including some rubbing and edge wear, with slight discolouration, and loss to the top of the spine. Internally the pages have some light browning and the occasional spot. Several pages and plates have repaired closed tears. There are two copperplate ink inscriptions to the second front blank. Overall the condition is good only with a good interior. A scarce text..
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2012-06-26 18:25:45
- Vols. 1-67. Trevoux, 1701-1767. Reprint.
Bookseller: Schmidt Periodicals GmbH [Germany]
2012-06-25 06:41:03
Rhenferd, Jacob.
Heronis Nautae, 1701. First edition of a collection of essays concerning the linguistic style of the New Testament; among them is Pfochenius's Diatribe de Linguae Graecae Novi Testamenti Puritate, the earliest printed treatise on the purity of its Greek style (1629). A preface by German orientalist Jacob Rhenferd (1654-1712), professor at Franeker (the Netherlands' second oldest university, until it was disbanded by Napoleon in 1811), outlines both the major tenets of his argument and the opposing arguments by Johannes Cocceius, Thomas Gataker, and others who identified Hebraisms. This is in Latin, Greek, and Hebrew, with sidenotes, scattered woodcut initials, and a few woodcut tailpieces; an engraved allegorical vignette signed J.G. graces the title-page.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2012-06-22 10:08:57
Cunnaeus, Petrus]
Amsterdam: Robbert Blokland, 1701. Amsterdam: Robbert Blokland. 1701. Hardcover. Contemporary full calf with raised bands on spine, faded gilt decoration and titles on spine, small loss of leather from base of spine and from corners of boards, extra engraved title page, ten folding engraved plates relating to the Temple in Jerusalem and a folding plan of the same , Small 8vo, [32] 466 [18] pp .
Bookseller: double - B - books [Bristol, United Kingdom]
2012-06-18 22:00:06
[Spanischer Erbfolgekrieg].
1701. (8) SS. Geheftet. 4to. Erste Ausgabe (noch im selben Jahr in Breslau nachgedruckt). Antifranzösische Denkschrift über die Hinrichtung des kaisertreuen neapolitanischen Patriziers Carlo di Sangro am 4. Oktober 1701 im Castelnuovo. Abgefaßt in Form abwechselnder Monologe des Königs von Frankreich (Louis XIV.), des Herzogs von Anjou (als Philipp V. König von Spanien) und des mit Frankreich verbündeten Herzogs von Medina einerseits und des Grafen di Sangro andererseits, schildert die Schrift wortspiel- und anagrammreich die Geschichte des standfesten Neapolitaners, der zu Beginn des Spanischen Erbfolgekriegs von den machthungrigen Bourbonen und ihren wankelmütigen Anhängern wegen seiner Spanientreue enthauptet wird. - Papierbedingt teils etwas braunfleckig; Bindung etwas gelockert. Selten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2012-06-18 14:39:19
Halley, Edmund
Paris, 1701. Ca. 1701. Edmund Halley's (discoverer of Halley's Comet) important chart of the world, showing the variations of the compass and winds, with original outline color. With Australia named 'Hollandia Nova', and with an incomplete coast line; New Zealand is not shown. North America with "Nova Brittania', Virginia, Carolina, Florida, and California as an island. From a French publication, with "Grave par Bourgoin le jeune" at the lower left, and No. 6 bis at the upper right. Image size: 19 1/2 x 8 1/2". With a very small hole at the Prime Meridian, not visible unless held to the light, otherwise very good.
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2012-06-17 05:07:55
Botello de Moraes y Vasconcelos, Francisco. [also Botelho]
Barcelona: Imprenta de Ivan Pablo Marti, por Francisco Barnola Impressor, 1701. First edition. Contemporary vellum, title lettered in manuscript. Boards soiled, hinges and small tears neatly repaired, owner's bookplate on front pastedown, corner chip to front endpaper, later inscription on verso of half-title, occasional browning, overall a very good copy.. 14 lvs, [1]-10, 9-38, 1 lv., [2] pp., 39-268, 257-476 pp. Sm. 8vo. Numerous errors in pagination. A heroic poem on the discovery of America by Columbus and the Spanish conquests - influenced most likely by Bacon's view of conquest as philosophical, rather than just military- written in Spanish by the Portuguese born writer Francisco Botello de Moraes (1670-1747) who lived most of his life in Spain and Italy. Composed in his youth and never completed, with gaps left blank at a number of stanzas (libro i, stanza 78-107; ii. 60-80 ; iii. 103-143; vi. 88-228; vii. 54-73, 87-128, 157-176; viii. 17-77, 102-301, 311-363; ix, 1-200, 222-262, 281-381, 383-449, 502-522; x. 134-162, 198-298). For an excellent discussion of Botello de Moraes see See Ruth Hill: Sceptres and Sciences in the Spains: four humanists and the new philosophy, pp. 191-244. Provenance: Ex Libris José M. Rodriguez MCMXXXVIII/ Bibliotheca Chizigonana on front pastedown. Palau 33684. Sabin 6797. Medina, BHA 2027. Leclerc 75. Ticknor p.42. Inncencio II: 642.
Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB [United States]
2012-06-16 19:31:07
Bellegarde [abbe de]
Michel David 1701 - 2 volumes ca. 10 x 17 cm reliés, chez Michel David, Paris, 1701. 542 + 529 pages. Rel. plein cuir moucheté, dos à nerfs orné de caissons à fleurons dorés, titre sur pièce grenat. Tranches mouchetées. Orné de petites gravures. Etat : frottements sur reliures, en particulier sur les bords; coiffes entières, dos solide, mais mors sup. lég. fendu sur 3 cm du t. I. Intérieur parfois bruni, rousseurs assez claires et peu gênantes. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Jullien [Switzerland]
2012-06-16 10:35:56
SANCHEZ TORTOLES (Antonio)
El entretenido repartido en catorze noches, desde la de la víspera de Navidad hasta la del día de los Reyes, celebradas en metáfora de academias, de verso, y prosa, en que se obstentan varios assumptos, muy provechosos y entretenidos.- Zaragoza, Pascual Bueno, 1701; en 4º pasta de época con lomo cuajado rozada en planos, 4 h. - 404 pp. Impresión a 2 columnas. Portada con pérdidas de papel y reforzada. Algunos defectos y manchas en el papel. Se trata de una muy heterogénea mezcla de prosa, verso y diálogo dividida en catorce noches que combina erudición divulgativa con poemas curiosos, como el dedicado al reino de Jauja, y todo tipo de curiosidades de interés para la época con el pretexto de ser una academia. Palau nº 296393. " Contiene la comedia: El nacimiento de Nuestro Señor Jesu-Christo, con loa, páginas 3 a 40 y el entremés El valiente, páginas 40 a 45. Raro en comercio.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ [MADRID, Spain]
2012-06-15 21:10:06
TRICTRAC
Paris: Charpentier, 1701. Enrichi de figures avec les jeux du Revertier, du toute-table, du tourne-case, des dames rabatues, du plain et du toc-BOUND WITH: Suite du Trictrac. 2 volumes in 1, 24mo, full mottled calf, decoratively gilt spine, front joint worn, end papers browned. Paris: Henry Charpentier, 1701. Second edition, revised and enlarged. A very good(+) copy. Very good(+). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-06-15 21:10:06
TRICTRAC
Paris: Charpentier, 1701. Second. hardcover. very good(+). enrichi de figures avec les jeux du Revertier, du toute-table, du tourne-case, des dames rabatues, du plain et du toc - BOUND WITH: Suite du Trictrac. 2 volumes in 1, 24mo, full mottled calf, decoratively gilt spine, front joint worn, end papers browned. Paris: Henry Charpentier, 1701. Second edition, revised and enlarged. A very good(+) copy.
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2012-06-14 14:24:47
Henricus Meyer, 1701,. GLDr.der Zeit auf 3 Bünde, [28], 852 S., kl.-8°. Einband etwas berieben; beide Deckengelenke leicht eingerissen. Titelblatt auf unterem Rand leicht ausgeschnitten. Ansonst Innen in sehr gutem Zustand. Sehr gut erhalten. * Seltener Exemplar. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. Please notify beforehand, if you want to visit us and see a specific book. Unser ZVAB-Bücher-Bestand befindet sich in unserem Lager am Stadtrand Prags, nicht in unserem Geschäft. Bitte, teilen Sie uns vorher mit wenn Sie uns besuchen möchten und bestimmtes Buch auswählen wollten *.
Bookseller: Antikvariát Valentinská
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2012-06-14 12:49:21
HOWLETT, Robert.:
London, printed for H. Rhodes, 1701.. Hunting, Riding, Racing, Fireworks, Military Discipline, The Science Of Defence (sword fencing), Hawking, Tennis, Bowling, Ringing, Singing, Cock Fighting, Fowling, Angling. THIRD EDITION, 1701. 12mo, approximately 145 x 90 mm, 5¾ x 3½ inches, engraved frontispiece, showing six different recreations, musical notation in the text, pages: [vi], 1-182 plus [14] of adverts, bound in full contemporary speckled sheep, rebacked, double blind rules to edges of covers, new endpapers. Spine darkened, slight rubbing and scuffing to binding, tiny round piece of leather missing on top cover, corners worn with card tips just showing, frontispiece has tip of lower corner missing, occasional tiny closed tear to edges, all pages have pale age-browning, otherwise a very good copy. See; Chris Philip, A Bibliography of Firework Books, page 74; Westwood and Satchell, Bibliotheca Piscatoria, A Catalogue of Books on Angling, page110; (the fencing section is not listed in Thimm, Bibliography of Fencing and Duelling); John Resler Swift, Bibliotheca Accipitaria II A catalogue of Books Ancient and Modern Relating to Falconry, page 163; Schwerdt, A Catalogue of Books Relating to Hunting, Hawking and Shooting, Volume 4, page 49. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.
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2012-06-12 17:49:53
HELLWIG, L. Christoph
Erfurt, Joh. G. Starck 1701. 8°. 96 S. Mit 7 Holzschn. u. mehreren Tabellen. Pbd. d. Zt. m. marmor. Bezugspapier. Einzelne Wurmgänge u. -löcher am Tit. hinterl., wasserrandig, 1 Bl. mit kl. Randausriß. Houzeau/L. 1542ff. - Seltene erste Ausgabe des ersten "Hundertjährigen Kalenders". - Hellwig (1663- 1721) war Stadtphysicus in Erfurt, Erfinder einer Zahnbürste und Schöpfer des ersten "Hundertjährigen Kalenders". Er kürzte die von Abt Mauritius Knauer für 312 Jahre erstellte und berechnete Planetentafel auf hundert Jahre, nämlich von 1701 bis 1800 und behauptete damit, dass die Himmelskörper Mond, Saturn, Mars, Jupiter, Venus, Sonne und Merkur in einem wiederkehrenden siebenjährigen Zyklus das Wetter für je ein Jahr bestimmen würden. Die Holzschnitte zeigen die sieben - vor der Entdeckung der drei äußeren - bekannten Planeten. Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2012-06-12 11:16:02
PARS, Adriaan
Abraham de Swart,, Leiden, 1701 - 60-483-[13] pp . Early bibliography of authors born in the Netherlands or who wrote about the Low Countries, by Adriaan Pars (1641-1719). Engr. ills : front. by H. vander Aa after W. van Mieris, ill. on title, 30 half-page portraits i.a. A. Junius, H. Grotius, J. Dousa, J. Lipsius, Marnix of St-Aldegonde, P.C. Hooft, William the Silent. Title in red and black. Ref. Besterman 4199. STCN. BL London (1). BN Paris (2). 826 g Contemp. vellum , ink titled flat spine, (somewhat spotting).
Bookseller: de KunstBurg
2012-06-11 17:01:27
Dryden, John; Wenceslaus Hollar (illustrator)
London: Jacob Tonson, 1701. THIRD EDITION. Volume four of a four volume set. Full gilt calf from the late 18th century. Spine expertly relaid. Seven raised bands and compartmented with tooled designs on spine. Gilt lettering and gilt detalling. All edges marbled. Title pages in red and black. Title pages is a cancel. So, even though it says third edition, the text and illustrations are from the 2nd edition. Nice bright copy but with some age-toning to the text. Plates are bright and unfoxed. 690 pages. Frontispiece, 9 plates in the "Pastorals", 19 plates in the "Georgics", and 71 plates in the "Aeneis". Size of paper 13 inches by 8.5 inches. Many of these plates were engraved by Wenceslaus Hollar. See Macdonald 108. Overall in VERY GOOD condition. WENCESLAUS HOLLAR (known as Wenzel Hollar in Germany), was a Bohemian etcher, who lived in England for much of his life. He was born in Prague, and died in London, being buried at St Margaret's Church, Westminster. Hollar produced a variety of works; his plates number nearly 3000, and include views, portraits, ships, religious subjects, heraldic subjects, landscapes, and still life in many different forms. His architectural drawings, such as those of Antwerp and Strassburg cathedrals, and his views of towns, are to scale, but are intended as pictures as well. He reproduced decorative works of other artists, as in the famous chalice after Mantegna's drawing. Almost complete collections of Hollar's work are kept in the British Museum, the print room at Windsor Castle and the National Gallery in Prague. Hollar's oeuvr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ziern-Hanon Galleries
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2012-06-07 07:51:42
Filippo Sampiri & Eustachio Manfredi
Bologna: Constantino Pisarri, 1701. In handsome modern full leather binding; red leather label on spine, raised bands, gilt pineapple motifs stamped on front and back. With 12 plates by Bolognese engraver Ludovico Mattioli. Engraved frontis of Louis XIV. 12 poems in priase of Louis XIV arranged by month, each month beginning with a full-page illustration and a large pictorial initial.
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2012-05-31 10:48:03
DUHAMEL, Jean Baptiste
Two engraved plates (one folding) & woodcut diagrams in the text. 9 p.l., 615 pp. Large 4to, cont. calf (joints a bit rubbed), spine richly gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Paris: J.B. Delespine, 1701. Second edition, greatly enlarged, (1st ed.: 1698) of this indispensable source book for the history of French science in the second half of the 17th century. Duhamel (1624-1706), became the first secretary of the Paris Academy of Sciences upon its foundation in 1666. The first chapters deal with the foundation of the Academy. They are followed by year-by-year reports on the experiments and discoveries presented to the Academy by its members in the fields of astronomy, physics, chemistry, mathematics, anatomy, botany, etc. during the next thirty years. A fresh copy. There was a Hamburg reprint of the first edition which appeared in 1700. ❧ D.S.B., IV, pp. 221-22. .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2012-05-26 19:57:44
Various / Unstated
H. Rhodes, London, 1701. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Full, blind stamped leather, lacking front cover. Base of back strip gone, edges of back cover worn and chipped. Paper age toned, especially at edges of pages, but not brittle. Two leaves have piece torn out at bottom but text not affected. One page has several small, dark brown stains. Issued as a periodical, this bound 1701 volume has title pages for each month of the year. There were a total of thirteen volumes issued. Size: 8vo 8" - 9" tall. 768 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 4 pounds or less. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; 18th century; Books on Books. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 8136. .
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