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2017-12-09 18:50:52
Dirckinck, Joanne R.P. (der Societet Jesu Priestern)
Cöllen, Bey Hermann Dehmen 1702 - . Schöner Ledereinband mit roten Lederrückenschilde, 8°, gutes Exemplar. Neue Vor- und Nachsätze. 592 S. 1.Aufl. Das ist: kurzer Begriff der Leben und Tugenden unterschiedlicher Gott verlobten Jungfrawen/So durch Unterweisung und Anführung der Societet Jesu Priestern zu soders hocher Vollkommenheit und Heiligkeit gelangt seynd. Auß Büchern unterschiedlicher Sprachen zusammen gezogen/Geistlichen und andern der Tugendt geflissenen Personen zur Lehr und Aufferbawung därgestellt. 1001 grams
Bookseller: Anti-Quariat (Inh. Udo Koch) [Germany]
2017-12-09 07:33:14
D. Edwards, London, 1702. Memoirs of the last Roman Catholic British monarch, deposed in the Glorious Revolution, by William of Orange (Netherlands) and Mary (James' Protestant daughter). 16 mo, (8), 83pp. Bound full old brown calf, respined with faux leather and gold gilt title. Board edges rubbed; light general foxing throughout, o/w good condition. Contemporary previous owner signature at last page, "Mary Reynolds" [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA [Garrison, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-12-08 01:46:05
1702. Original antique print. Copy in reverse after Zeeman / Nooms print: 'De Salemander een Oostindis vaerder.' (The Salemander a East Indian sailing ship.) It shows: A Dutch sailing vessel undergoing heavy repairs. The main mast is only half-length. A rowing boat filled with sailors is approaching. Rare. Etching on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: This print is a separately published print, reference: Hollstein Copie B./Dutuit 72, 4th state.Artists and Engravers: Engraver: Bernardus Cleynhens (Dutch 1702-1779, active from 1742). Original engraving by: Reinier 'Zeeman' Nooms. Published by Bernardus Kleynhens in c. 1740. Reiner 'Zeeman' Nooms (1623-1664) was a Dutch maritime painter, known for his highly detailed paitings and etchings of ships. Condition: Excellent, given age. Two small binding holes in the left margin, some stains in the margins. Storage location: RC-A9-19 The overall size is ca. 12.2 x 7.9 inch. The image size is ca. 9.6 x 5.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 31 x 20 cm. The image size is ca. 24.5 x 13 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-12-07 20:22:38
Valk, G. & L.
Gerard and Leonard Valk ca. 1702. 49x60cm. Full original colour. Excellent condition. The Loire Valley is often divided into three sections. The Upper Loire includes the Sauvignon blanc dominated areas of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé. The Middle Loire is dominated by more Chenin blanc and Cabernet franc wines found in the regions around Touraine, Saumur, Chinon and Vouvray.
Bookseller: Garwood & Voigt [Sevenoaks, United Kingdom]
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2017-12-07 05:58:55
Julien Gineste,Sébastien Morlighem Sandra Chamaret
Used [Publisher: Ypsilon (2 novembre 2010)] 1702
Bookseller: amazon.fr
2017-12-06 14:56:26
MISSON MAXIMILIEN
Henry Van Bulderen, La Haye. 4 voll. in 12?(mm 165x95); antiporta figurato inciso finemente in rame, pagg. (22 su 28 mancando l'avviso al lettore, compresi l'antiporta incisa finemente in rame con la figura dell'Italia, incoronata, astata e con cornucopia e il frontespizio in rosso e nero), 338, una carta bianca, 2 carte manoscritte di indice e 7 carte bianche; Tom. II: 356, da 357 a 436 manoscritte (dopo la pag 356 Ë inserita una stampa raffigurante l'Italia centrale con ai lati 6 vedutine di Roma e Napoli) proveniente dall'opera "De Jouy Victor Joseph Etienne. L'hermite en Italie ou observations sur les moeurs et usages des italiens au commencement du XIX siËcle, Paris, Pillet, 1824"; Tomo III: pagg. 414, 415-510 manoscritte; ADDISSON: (8), 389, (11). Nella collazione dell'opera oltre alle pagg. manoscritte menzionate alla fine dei tomi, ve ne sono molte altre intercalate nel testo a stampa per tutti i volumi (che non abbiamo segnalato in modo specifico per semplicit? di collazione. Assai copioso l'apparato iconografico con 84 tavole incise in rame, 41delle quali ripiegate fuori testo. Elegante mezza pelle verde ottocentesca, dorso a piccoli nervi con titoli in oro entro riquadri a secco, tagli rossi. Rarit? tipografica.Presumibile COPIA di CORREZIONE da parte dell'autore per una futura edizione corretta e ampliata con numerose pagg. coeve manoscritte a inchiostro bruno, correzioni sul testo a stampa con aggiunte di carta, cassature e rimandi e note al margine del testo. Queste pagine manoscritte, in gran parte in aggiunta alla fine del testo gi? pubblicato, anche quando … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-12-06 14:56:26
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Henry Van Bulderen. 4 voll. in 12°(mm 165x95); antiporta figurato inciso finemente in rame, pagg. (22 su 28 mancando l'avviso al lettore, compresi l'antiporta incisa finemente in rame con la figura dell'Italia, incoronata, astata e con cornucopia e il frontespizio in rosso e nero), 338, una carta bianca, 2 carte manoscritte di indice e 7 carte bianche; Tom. II: 356, da 357 a 436 manoscritte (dopo la pag 356 è inserita una stampa raffigurante l'Italia centrale con ai lati 6 vedutine di Roma e Napoli) proveniente dall'opera "De Jouy Victor Joseph Etienne. L'hermite en Italie ou observations sur les moeurs et usages des italiens au commencement du XIX siècle, Paris, Pillet, 1824"; Tomo III: pagg. 414, 415-510 manoscritte; ADDISSON: (8), 389, (11). Nella collazione dell'opera oltre alle pagg. manoscritte menzionate alla fine dei tomi, ve ne sono molte altre intercalate nel testo a stampa per tutti i volumi (che non abbiamo segnalato in modo specifico per semplicità di collazione. Assai copioso l'apparato iconografico con 84 tavole incise in rame, 41delle quali ripiegate fuori testo. Elegante mezza pelle verde ottocentesca, dorso a piccoli nervi con titoli in oro entro riquadri a secco, tagli rossi. Rarità tipografica.Presumibile COPIA di CORREZIONE da parte dell'autore per una futura edizione corretta e ampliata con numerose pagg. coeve manoscritte a inchiostro bruno, correzioni sul testo a stampa con aggiunte di carta, cassature e rimandi e note al margine del testo. Queste pagine manoscritte, in gran parte in aggiunta alla fine del testo già pubblicato, anche quando intercala … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2017-12-04 19:17:00
RUDBECK Olof sr.
Folio (440 by 320mm). 22 folding sheets on guards, original marbled boards, Macclesfield Library bookplate to front pastedown. [Uppsala],
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.
2017-12-04 16:49:25
Used [Publisher: NYR Children's Collection] 1702
Bookseller: amazon.com
2017-12-04 15:24:52
Janssonius, J. / P. Schenk et G. Valk.
Janssonius ca. 1702. 41x51 cm. North orientated to the left. Full contemporary hand colour. Excellent.
Bookseller: Garwood & Voigt [Sevenoaks, United Kingdom]
2017-12-02 13:44:45
1702. Antique print, titled: 'General Charte von Konigreich Daenemark nebst dem Herzogthum Holstein.' - Denmark with Schleswig-Holstein and the southern coast of Sweden. The large title cartouche is embellished with a fishing net, anchor and casks. Drawn by F.L. Gussefeld and published by Homann Heirs. Copperplate engraving / etching with hand colouring on hand laid paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'F.L. Gussefeld' after 'Homann Heirs'. The Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 maps. Condition: Fair, given age. Paper slightly browned. Edges with a few tiny tears and minimal paper loss lower left and top right … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2017-12-02 13:44:45
1702. Antique Map, titled: 'Tabula Geographica Campaniae ( ).' - Detailed map of the Champagne region in France by J. B. Homann, covering the region Champagne-Ardenne with Reims, Troyes and Épernay. The map shows an allegoric cartouche as well as two city views; Reimes and Troyes. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 maps. Condition: Good, given age. Right side … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-12-02 13:44:45
1702. Antique Map, titled: 'Insula Danicae in Mari Balthico sitae ( ).' - Map of the Danish islands situated in the Baltic Sea by J. B. Homann, (after J. Hübner's map of the region ) with great figure and superb coloured title-cartouche with views on Copenhagen, Malmö, Cronenburg etc. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 maps. Condition: Good, given age. Top ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-12-02 13:44:45
1702. Antique Map, titled: 'La Generalite Proprie Taire De Lyon ( ).' - Detailed regional map of the Beaujolais region including the cities of Lyon, Clermont Ferrand, Roanne, Saint Etienne and Vienne. Fully engraved with mountains, forests and tiny villages. A decorative title cartouche incorporates a legend and distance scale. Engraving / etching with hand contemporary colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-12-02 13:44:45
1702. Antique Map, titled: 'Agri Parisiensis Tabula particularis, qua maxima Pars Insulae Franciae ( ).' - Incredibly detailed map showing everything from tiny villages to forests, farmland, walled cities and more. Centered on Paris, the map extends to show these cities at the extremities - Ablis, Messe, Herissy, Senlies, and Mante. Details in Paris includes its fortifications and the gardens at Vincennes. Beautiful cartouche with several putti. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-12-02 13:44:45
Antique print, titled: 'Ducatus Luneburgici et Comitatus Dannebergensis accurata Descriptio.' - This detailed regional map includes Hamburg, Luneberg, and as far south as Hannover, Braunsweig. The Aller and Elbe Rivers cut across the area. Fortified cities, small towns and monasteries fill the landscape along with topographical depictions of hills, mountains and forests. At the top right is a large title cartouche fringed by mythological figures with a coat of arms and scale of miles. Copperplate engraving / etching with contemparary hand colouring (cartouche later colour) on hand laid paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2017-12-02 13:44:45
Antique Map, titled: 'Dominia Anglorum in Praecipuis Insulis Americae ( ).' - Five maps on one sheet (Barbados, Bermuda, Jamaica, Antigua and Barbuda, and St. Kitts and Nevis) based on J.B. Homann's map, showing British possessions in the Caribbean. At upper right of the sheet text in German relating to the areas depicted. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-12-02 13:44:45
Antique Map, titled: 'Accurate Carte der Upländischen Scheren mit der Situation und Gegend umb die Konigle Schwedisch Haupt und Residentz Stadt Stockholm.' - Map of the area east of Stockholm, embracing the area to the island Ljusterö on the north and Värmdö. with two panoramic views of Stockholm below. The views are uncolored as issued. Large decorative title cartouche. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-12-02 13:44:45
1702. Antique Map, titled: 'Stutus Ecclesiastici nec non Magni Ducatus Toscanae ( ).' - Map of central Italy with fine detail of topography, roads, cities, fortifications, etc. Decorated with a title cartouche incorporating the arms of Rome and Tuscany. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 maps. Condition: Good, given age. Neatly repaired tear bottom edge, bare … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2017-12-02 13:44:45
1702. Antique Map, titled: 'Septem Provinciae seu Belgium Foederatum quod generliter Hollandia ( ).' - Detailed antique map of the seven provinces of the Belgian Federation (Dutch Federation) , what is today Holland or the Netherlands. The title cartouche in the upper left corner features the armorial coasts of the seven states: Gelderland, Holland, Zeeland, Utrecht, Friesland, Overijsel and Groningen. This map was drawn by Johann Tobias Mayer and published by Homann Heirs. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 map … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-30 21:01:02
Madox, Thomas
1702. London, 1702. Only ed.. London, 1702. Only ed. "Indispensable to Historians of Mediaeval Conveyancing" [Madox, Thomas (1666-1727)]. Formulare Anglicanum: or, A Collection of Antient Charters and Instruments of Divers Kinds, Taken from the Originals, Placed Under Several Heads, And Deduced (In a Series According to the Order of Time) from the Norman Conquest to the End of the Reign of King Henry the VIII. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson and R. Knaplock, 1702. [xii], xxxiv, 209, 212-441, [11] pp. Pagination irregular, text complete. Two folding copperplates, one of seals and one of early hands. Folio (7-1/2" x 12-1/2"). Recent period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed, retained early armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Title page printed in red and black. Toning to text, light foxing in places, some edgewear to plates. An attractive copy. $600. * Only edition, one of two issues from 1702. "It is a most valuable collection of mediaeval charters, which is indispensable to historians of mediaeval conveyancing.": Holdsworth, The Historians of Anglo-American Law 42. English Short-Title Catalogue T97560.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [US]
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2017-11-30 15:19:09
Antique Map, titled: 'Domini Veneti cum vicinis Parmae Mutinae, Matuae et Mirandol ( ).' - Detailed map of northern Italy by J. B. Homann. This map shows Venice and its adjacent states Parma, Modena, Mantua and Mirandol. Large title cartouche, key and scale. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 maps. Condition: Good, given age. Bottom margin with small repaired … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-29 14:31:37
RENNEVILLE, CONSTANTIN de).
Amsterdam, d'Estienne Roger, 1702-07. Small 8vo. (15,5 x 10,5 cm.). Bound in 7 contemp. full calf. Richly gilt spines, titlelabels with gilt lettering. 3 titlelabels gone. Slightly rubbed, a few repairs to top of spines. Stamp on title-page and verso of. 7 engraved frontispieces. Ca. 4500 pp., 69 engraved plates, mostly large folded maps and charts. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2017-11-28 16:27:07
Antique Map, titled: 'Regionis quae est circa Londinum specialis repraesentatio ( ).' - Very detailed map showing the area from Essex to Surrey and shows a lovely view of London with a high level of detail, stretching from Old London Bridge and Docklands to the farmlands in the west. The London view is uncolored as issued. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2017-11-28 16:13:06
Stuart, James Edward "The Old Pretender" (1688-1766)
1702. Signed "Jacobus R.". Oblong Folio. Old folds. Signed "Jacobus R.". Oblong Folio. PIRATES. James Stuart was the son of King James II (1633-1701) who reigned from 1685-1688. In the text of the letter James refers to his love for the Society of Jesus.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2017-11-28 14:56:54
Madox, Thomas
1702. London, 1702. Only ed. "Indispensable to Historians of Mediaeval Conveyancing" [Madox, Thomas (1666-1727)]. Formulare Anglicanum: or, A Collection of Antient Charters and Instruments of Divers Kinds, Taken from the Originals, Placed Under Several Heads, And Deduced (In a Series According to the Order of Time) from the Norman Conquest to the End of the Reign of King Henry the VIII. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson and R. Knaplock, 1702. [xii], xxxiv, 209, 212-441, [11] pp. Pagination irregular, text complete. Two folding copperplates, one of seals and one of early hands. Folio (7-1/2" x 12-1/2"). Recent period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed, retained early armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Title page printed in red and black. Toning to text, light foxing in places, some edgewear to plates. An attractive copy. $600. * Only edition, one of two issues from 1702. "It is a most valuable collection of mediaeval charters, which is indispensable to historians of mediaeval conveyancing.": Holdsworth, The Historians of Anglo-American Law 42. English Short-Title Catalogue T97560.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-11-27 22:48:38
Marbán, Pedro (S.J.). Language of the Moxo Indians of Upper Peru.
[Lima] Joseph de Contreras [1702]. 12mo.[16] + 142 + [22]p + pp163-202 + [1]f index. Roman letter. Contemporary vellum; title calligraphically lettered in ink on spine; remains of ties; edge of back cover rubbed. The earliest grammar, dictionary, and catechism of the Moxo Indians of Upper Peru, and the first work on this indigenous language of the Americas. Moxo is related to the Arawak family of languages which includes Taino, spoken by the Caribbean Indian aborigines. The Spanish–Moxo Catechism is separately paginated in the form of a supplement. The author, Pedro Marbán (1647-1713), a Jesuit missionary from Seville, travelled to Peru in 1675 to devote his final years to converting the Moxo Indians, whose language he had learnt to master. The tribe inhabits the lowlands of Beni in south-eastern Bolivia, where Moxo is still spoken. The handsome Lima imprint remained the unique, authoritative work on the Moxo language for the following two centuries. The preliminaries are dated:1701, the Catechism:1702. The book was re-edited by Julius Platzmann in 1894. An exceptionally fresh, crisp copy in its original binding. Leclerc 2361; Medina, Lima, 712; Palau 150837 & 150838; Sabin 44465 (‘ the only work on the subject’); Sommervogel V,517. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2017-11-26 15:46:30
Antique map, untitled. A map of the Pacific ocean, with the coast of Peru in the right edge and the outline of New Guinea in the left edge. In between are various newly discovered islands, such as Cocos Island and Verraders Eylant (Traitor's Island). This map illustrates the voyage of Jacob le Maire and Willem Cornelisz. Schouten, who found a new passage south of Argentina. An inset map shows a detail of the Le Maire Strait, another shows the coast of New Guinea. Engraving on hand laid paper. Description: From the French edition (translation by Renneville) of Commelin's 'Recueil des Voyages qui ont servi a l'etablissement et aux progres de la compagnie des Indes Orientales, Formees dans les Provinces Unies des Pais-bas.', Amsterdam: Estienne Roger, 1702.Artists and Engravers: Author: Constantin de Renneville. Condition: Good, given age. Two original folds, as issued. A few small wormholes in the lower margin (repeated because of the folds). Small holes from binding in the right margin. A few faint scattered stains in the image. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-C1-22 The overall size is ca. 15.8 x 6.9 inch. The image size is ca. 14.3 x 5.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 40.1 x 17.6 cm. The image size is ca. 36.2 x 13.2 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-25 17:34:05
Reimann Johann Balthasar
RISM A, R 1006 - Eitner VIII, 174 - ADB XXVII, 702.- Sehr seltene Liedersammlung für Orgel ganz in Kupfer gestochen. Jeweils auf 2 Systemen notiert, (Melodiestimme und bezifferter Bass) mit 362 Melodien für das Kirchenjahr, von denen 118 von Reimann selbst komponiert sind. Dieser wurde 1702 in Breslau geboren, war nach "tüchtiger Ausbildung seiner Stimme" (ADB) Chorsänger in seiner Vaterstadt, dann Unterorganist und schließlich seit 1730 Organist in Hirschberg (Schlesien) wo er 1749 starb. Sein dem Breslauer Oberkonsistorialrat Johann Friedrich Burg zugeeignetes Choralbuch, enthält neben den Melodien auch ein zwei Seiten umfassendes (gestochenes) Vorwort des Verlegers. Unser Exemplar mit drei handschriftl. Ergänzungen (4stimmiger Satz von "Gelobet seist du Jesu Christ", "Es ist das Heil" u. "Jesus meine Zuversicht").- Der gestochene Titel (von C. M. Trapp) zeigt eine kirchenmusikalische Aufführung (Orchester und kleiner Chor).- Etw. gebräunt u. tls. wasserrandig.# Very rare collection of songs for organ, engraved throughout.-
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller [Austria]
2017-11-25 05:19:19
Antique Map, titled: 'Nova Maris Caspii et Regions Usbeck ( ).' - Detailed map of Central Asia centered on the Caspian Sea, showing Uzbekistan to the east of the Caspian sea and northern Persia. The finely engraved, hand colored title cartouche decorates the map which identifies towns such as Astrakan, Eriwan, Isphahan, Samarkand, and Cabul, and shows trade routes. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlase … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-24 14:07:27
Antique print, titled: 'Africae dei Mater Alicubi Nota & Haec Ibidem Benefica.' - Scarce map of Africa, most of South America, Caribbean and south of Europe, by H. Scherer, printed in ca. 1702 (dated 1699) for Scherer's 'Atlas Novus' (1702-1710). While this map is primarily focused on Africa, it also covers most of Europe, the Arabian Peninsula, the South Atlantic and most of Brazil and the Caribbean Islands. The Christian theme of this map of Africa is boldly presented in the graphic illustration of a Jesuit and a native African kneeling before the Virgin Mary and Jesus. The map itself is a fine example of the state of geographic knowledge (or lack thereof) at the beginning of the 18th century. Heinrich Scherer was a professor of mathematics in Munich and a devout Jesuit. Engraving / etching with hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Heinrich Scherer' after an anonymous artist. Heinrich Scherer (1628-1704) was a Professor of Hebrew, Mathematics and Ethics at the University of Dillingen until about 1680. Thereafter he obtained important positions as Official Tutor to the Royal Princes of Mantua and Bavaria. It was during his time in Munich as Tutor to the Princely house of Bavaria that his lifetime’s work as a cartographer received acclaim and recognition. Scherer’s world atlas, the Atlas Novus, first published in Munich between 1702 and 1710 and reissued in a second edition between 1730 and 1737, forms a singularly unusual, almost revolutionary work in terms of the development of European ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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