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2013-08-18 20:39:55
Gerard Valk
1702. Map of the Spanish region of Catalonia with the Mediterranean coast line from the French border via Barcelona to Tortosa.
Bookseller: Art Source International Inc. [Boulder, CO, U.S.A.]
2013-08-11 15:28:07
CLARENDON, Edward Hyde, Earl of
Oxford: printed at the Theatre,, 1702–07–04. begun in the year 1641. With the precedent Passages, and Actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy End, and Conclusion thereof by the King's blessed Restoration, and Return upon the 29th of May, in the Year 1660… [Together with] The Life of Edward Earl of Clarendon…Written by Himself. 4 volumes, folio (420 × 264 mm). Contemporary calf neatly rebacked with the original spines laid down, spine elaborately gilt in compartments with floral tools, red and green morocco labels, yellow edge stain. Half-titles in each volume, engraved portraits by White and Burghers after Clarendon's portrait by Lely, engraved title vignettes, 19 fine head- and tailpieces and large historiated initials by Burghers, smaller woodcut initials. Near-contemporary ownership inscription to title page of volume II. An attractive, fresh set in excellent condition. All first editions save second volume (1707 rather than 1703). Clarendon's History of the Rebellion has been described as "the most sophisticated and finely balanced history yet written in English" (ODNB). The book, long delayed after Clarendon's death, is a magnificent Oxford production and a superb example of Oxford typography, adorned with finely engraved embellishments by the University engraver, the Dutchman Michael Burghers, "one of the handsomest books hitherto produced in England" (Barker, The OUP and the Spread of Printing, p. 28). An uncommonly attractive set, clean and handsomely bound, and including the first edition of the Earl's autobiograph … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-09 09:10:17
FRANCKENS, August Hermann
Germany: Verlegung Des Waysenhauses, 1702. First edition. Full leather. Text in German. Leather dry and worn, lacking the spine, endpapers chipped on edges, thus good only. Very thick and seems to have three volumes in one with a register (index) in the rear. Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2013-08-08 13:14:22
Bisaillon, Peter:
New York & Philadelphia. 1702, 1712, 1714.. 3pp. Folio. Old fold lines. Light wear and soiling, earliest document more heavily so. Good plus. Three significant early manuscript documents relating to French Canadian trapper and Indian trader and interpreter Peter Bisaillon and his trading activities in North America, including an official license from the Province of Pennsylvania. Bisaillon (1662-1742) - whose name appears in the documents spelled variously Besallion, Bizaillon, and Beselion - came to Canada with his four brothers in the late 17th century. He was part of Henri Tonti's expedition down the Mississippi that went in search of La Salle in 1686. Two or three years later he moved to Pennsylvania where he engaged in business with Jacques Le Tort as an employee of Dr. Daniel Coxe near present-day Spring City. Coxe ceased business in 1692, but Bisaillon and his associates continued to trade in the wilds of Pennsylvania and the western provinces, maintaining ties with various Indian tribes and Canadian trappers. Jealousies and competition within the fur trade and between the colonies was fierce and Bisaillon frequently ran into trouble when his competitors' patrons were in power. In 1712, Bisaillon finally found some measure of security in the patronage and employ of James Logan, the secretary of the province, who was consolidating control over both political power and the Indian trade. This endeavor would eventually help precipitate the French and Indian War, as Pennsylvania challenged France for control over the trade in the Ohio country. The first document c … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-08 10:14:09
Montfaucon, Bernard de, 1655-1741
Parisiis, Apud Joannem Anisson... MDCCII [1702]. Quarto; 18 p. l., 526 p., 3 plates (4, e4, i4, 4, u2, A-Vvv4 (Vvv4 blank)). Folding plate at p. 23; plates at pp. 323, 451; engraved text vignettes. Printing and the Mind of Man 175 says of the author, "What Mabillon did for the study of Medieval Latin documents, Montfaucon, after Mabillon's death the leading member of the congregation of St. Maur, achieved in the field of Greek studies." This is an account of the principal libraries of Italy and their contents, based on a three-year study (1698-1701). "...an especially valuable feature of this book for those interested in classical Rome was its central section, providing a twenty-day itinerary round Rome's buildings, monuments, and sculptures, and embodying information from the note-books of the late 16th century sculptor Flaminio Vacca." Full calf binding by Dragonfly, with gilt decorated spine and corners. Excellent condition. NUC 392: 247 (NM 0729192). Stock#OB326.
Bookseller: The Owl at the Bridge
2013-07-30 03:15:51
Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of
1702. Anglesey, Arthur Annesley, Earl of [c.1677-1737]. The Privileges of the House of Lords and Commons Argued and Stated, In Two Conferences Between Both Houses. April 19, and 22, 1671. To Which is Added a Discourse, Wherein the Rights of the House of Lords are Truly Asserted. With Learned Remarks on the Seeming Arguments, And Pretended Precedents, Offered at that Time Against Their Lordships. London: Printed and Sold by J. Nutt, 1702. [xxiv], 64, 63-78, 81-179, [5] pp. Pagination irregular but complete. Octavo (6" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary calf, rebacked in period-style calf, blind rules to boards, blind fillets along joints, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to boards, corners bumped and lightly worn. Some toning to text, early armorial bookplate to verso of title page, internally clean. * Only edition. Anglesey was an important Anglo-Irish statesman during the Commonwealth and Restoration periods. Originally a Parliamentarian, the anarchy of the last months of the Commonwealth converted him to monarchism. He played an important role in bringing about the Restoration and used his influence to minimize revenge and violence on the Regicides and other opponents of the Crown. Privileges defends the right of the House of Lords to amend money bills. It relates to a debate between the two houses that took place in 1671. OCLC locates copies in 8 North American law libraries. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:140 (1).
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2013-07-25 16:07:51
SCHENK, Petrus
Amsterdam., 1702. ad Tamesin Emponium toto Famigeratis-simum, Sedes Regia. Image size: 210 x 257 mm. Framed size: 387 x 425 mm. Copperplate engraving. Framed in handmade wooden frame. Good condition. Some toning. The lower margin cropped (not affecting the engraved surface) and contemporary paper has been used to remargin. This delightful pre-fire view of London was engraved and published by Pieter Schenk (1660-1711) in his exquisite atlas of 100 views from the four continents of the world. 'Hectatompolis, sive Totius orbis Terrarum Oppida Nobiliora Centum; exquisite collecta atque eleganta depicta'. In the foreground the 'lively' Southwark region of London is well engraved, whilst over London Bridge, on the north bank of the River Thames, the cathedral of St Pauls towers above all its surrounding buildings. The view has a 'frame' border, and the titles appear in both Latin and Dutch. The Schenk family were to become famous engravers and publishers in Amsterdam. The name Schenk will always closely linked with the name Valk; another well known Dutch engraving and publishing family via their linking in both business and family terms.
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2013-07-24 14:01:14
MANESSON MALLET, ALAIN.
Le premier enseigne les elémens de la géometrie pratique, & donne toutes les notions de chaque terme concernant cette science. Le second explique la trigonométrie, ou la mesure des distances par les instrumens géometriques, comme sont les piquets, les cordeaux, le demicercle, le quarré géometrique, le compas de proportion, l'astrolabe, la boussole, le baston de Jacob, la planchette, & aussi par les sinus & les logarithmes. Le troisiéme montre la planimétrie, ou la mesure des superficies (ce que le vulgaire appelle l'arpentage,) avec les methodes de transfigurer, d'augmenter, & de diviser toutes sortes de terres, bois, &c. Le quatriéme regarde la stereométrie, ou le toisé de toutes sortes de corps de telle capacité & figure qu'ils puissent estre. Ouvrage enrichi de cinq cens planches gravées en taille-douce. Dedié au roy. I-IV. Paris, chez Anisson directeur de l'imprimerie Royale. 1702. 8:o. Porträtt,(24),346,(1) s. Med grav. titelvinjett & initial. + (12),337 + (14),359,(1) + (12),281,(1) s. Med 493 grav. illustrationer i texten. Fyra vackra samtida skinnbd från Frankrike med upphöjda bind, rikt guldornerade ryggar och dubbla bruna titeletiketter i marokäng, kantförgyllningar och rödstänkta snitt. Ryggskinnet lite nött upp- och nedtill. Bra inlagor med endast smärre skavanker. I del I en solkfläck på preliminärbladet och en mindre pappersförlust i nedre yttre hörnet på s. 1. Liten ljus fuktfläck i övre marginalen på s. 77-118. Del II har ett mindre hål i yttermarginalen på s. 47 och en minimal pappersförlust i yttermarginalen på s. 53. Några rostfläckar i bild och text på s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2013-07-24 01:30:19
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen []-No Publisher Given. Book. A scarce copy of this controversial pro-Lutheran work from the early eighteenth-century in fourteen pamphlets. In German and Latin, written inGothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation. ) [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1, 000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e. g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
2013-07-19 19:50:54
Marban, Pedro
The first edition of the first work on the language of the Moxos, and the only one for 200 years; printed in Lima. N.d. [1702]. Lima. Joseph de Contreras. In 12mo (147 m x 92 mm). 16 + 664; 202 + 1. Slightly later Spanish or South American mottled calf, gilt-stamped spine, red gilt morocco label, gently worn. Ownership signature on verso of title page, internally bright and clean copy, last folio slightly soiled. First edition. Marban?s is a very rare and singularly important vocabulary of the Moxos language, the first of its kind and the only for almost two centuries. The catechism, present herein, is usually lacking. The Arte is notable both as an important linguistic piece and an early South American imprint. "The language of the nation of the province of 'los Moxos,' in Bolivia, South America. Their language is related to the Maipure. This is the only work on the subject" (Sabin). ?Hasta hace poco este era el unico libro impreso referente a la lengua de los moxos? (Medina). The book is undated, Sabin records the date as 1701, while Medina believes it to be 1702; quite possibly, Medina is more accurate. A manuscript note on the front free endpaper of the present copy indicates it was purchased by the noted London firm, Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., in 1918, while a stamp on the front pastedown gives evidence it was later sold by the American Antiquarian Society. ?Como hermano en la Compañía llego a Sevilla en 1671 desde el Colegio de esa ciudad, a fin de embarcarse para Indias en la misión que conducía a Chile el P. Lorenzo Arizabalo. Destinosele luego de su llegada al Colegio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-18 18:05:57
Flavius, Josephus (translator Sir Roger L'estrange)
London: Printed for Richard Sare, 1702. First edition thus. Translated into English by Roger L'Estrange Knight Viz. I. The antiquities of the Jews, in twenty books. II. Their wars with the Romans, in seven books. III. The life of Josephus written by himself. IV. His book against Apion, in defence of the antiquities of the Jews, in two parts. V. The martyrdom of the Maccabees. As also; VI. Philo's Embassy from the Jews of Alexandria to Caius Caligula. All carefully revis'd, and compar'd with the original Greek. To which are added, two discourses and several remarks and observations upon Josephus. Together with maps, sculptures and accurate indexes. & & Folio (pages 381 x 240mm): [iv]; 1130 (with various mispaginations); complete with engraved frontis, two double-page maps and two other engraved plates. A Very Good copy on account of general toning, soiling and wear. In worn contemporary boards that have been rebacked, preserving an early spine label. & & Josephus was a soldier, translator and early historian of the Jewish culture and the First Roman-Jewish War. After leading the Jewish armies against Rome, Josephus was captured and detained as a translator for Vespasian and Titus, eventually earning his freedom and becoming a Roman citizen. He then negotiated against Jerusalem on behalf of the Roman army, the failure of which led to sacking the city. His historical works have been studied extensively for clues into Roman culture, Judaism, early Christianity and the Dead Sea Scrolls.
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2013-07-17 19:05:07
Ancient Philosophers
London : printed for John Nicholson, at the King's Arms in Little Britain and Tho. Newborough at the Golden Ball in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1702, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First Edition. Full Book Title: The lives of the ancient philosophers : containing an account of their several sects, doctrines, ... : extracted from Diogenes Laertius, Causabon, Menagius, Starley, Gassendus, Charleton and others, ... .... with an appendix containing the lives of several later philosophers ... taken from Eunapius, and an account of the women philosophers, written originally in Latin by Aeg. Menagius to Madam Dacier. Provenance; from the library of Sir henry Fitzherbert with his bookplate. Very good copy in the original, full tree calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with a gilt-blocked label and cross-bands; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 564 pages; Physical description; [16], xxx, [2], 564, [12] p., [9] leaves of plates. Notes; Final leaf is numbered xxix on the recto. Referenced by: ESTC T121892. Other names; Charleton, Walter, 1619-1707. Stanley, Thomas, 1625-1678. 564 pages. Inventory No: 193512.
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2013-07-17 11:12:16
Mather, Cotton
London: Thomas Parkhurst, 1702 Folio, recently rebound in calf, consists of 7 books in one volume, folding map (linen-backed), [30], map, 38, [2], 75, 238, [2], 128-222, 100, 88, 118, [4] pp. As usual, lacking errata leaves, and first two blanks, left half of map made up in facsimile, first signature A (AN ATTESTATION, which should be bound after the title page is placed before the map) is bound incorrectly after D (per Church and Holmes). Minor marginal annotations, dampstaining affecting upper inner quarter of the first three books, some chips and folds in corners, occasional soiling, and wax remnant on title, leaves 6L2 and 6L3 with smaller margins, apparently taken from another copy; modern bookplate tipped in on front pastedown. First ad leaf out of register and trim, the other worn and extended at the inner margin, both with slight loss of text. Handsomely rebound in full panel calf, sewn endbands, title label on spine. The first edition of Cotton Mather's (1663-1728) Magnalia Christi Americana has long been regarded as the most famous work produced during the colonial period. It contains a wealth of information on a broad range of subjects, and gives the reader a clear picture of colonial life. Of particular interest is his discussion of the Salem Witch trails, for which he challenges some of the methods used, and seems to be distancing himself from those events. Some historians would argue he played a not insignificant role in what happened in Salem. Other highlights include his discussion of the development of Harvard College, and the escape of Hannah Duston (1657 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-15 13:39:45
Dr. Brown in his Anatomical Lecture upon that Subject
London - Tho. Parkhurst, 1702 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scarce first edition of John Gardiner's reply to Dr. Joseph Browne, concerning the Circulation of the Blood. Bound in leather. Possible First Edition. The title page is missing. Publication information from the ESTC, Citation No. T61948. This book has been rebound. The title given is The Circulation Vindication. With a manuscript contents page, the first entry being this work by John Gardiner. The full title of this work is given as, A Discourse Concerning the Circulation of the Blood Being an Answer to the Objections lately Alledg'd Against It; Especially by Dr. Brown in his Anatomical Lecture upon that Subject. As noted by the ESTC, this workis A reply to Dr. Joseph Brownes A lecture of anatomy, against the circulation of the blood, published in late 1701 -ESTC. John Gardiner, 1675 - 1749,was also the author of An inquiry into the Nature, Cause, and Cure of the Gout. Joseph Browne, died c. 1721, was an English physician and satirist. Browne was educated at Lincoln College, Oxford, and in1694 transferred to Jesus College, Cambridge, where he graduated MB in 1695. It is not known which university awarded him a medical doctorate. Browne practiced as a physician, and was an industrious writer, whose effrontery is discernible through an obscure and rambling style. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography notes that, Early in his career he damaged his credibility by lecturing and writing against Harvey's theory of the circulation of the blood. Browne is noted in the annals of the Royal Col … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-15 13:34:58
Merseburg, 1702. 1st Edition . Vellum. Good. 24mo - 5.5"x3.25. Book Title pg. Dem Wohlgebohrnen herrn herrn Rudolph von Bunau Auff Corbeta A. Konigl. Majestat in Polen und Chursurstl (Kurfurst) Durghl. zu Sachsen (Saxony) In Administration des Stisftes Merseburg wohlbestalten Hoff und Justitien-Rathe Meinem Hochgeehrtesten Herrn und Hochgeneigtesten Patron; Title 1st Chap: Ginleitung zur Deutchen Historie Borbereitungauth; Author: Geborsamster Knecht; Pub'l. Merseburg an der Leipziger, 1702; pp 1040 + abt. 30 pp register; To see picture, click to next;
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2013-07-15 13:34:58
Merseburg, 1702. 1st Edition . Vellum. Good. 24mo - 5.5"x3.25. Book Title pg. Dem Wohlgebohrnen herrn herrn Rudolph von Bunau Auff Corbeta A. Konigl. Majestat in Polen und Chursurstl (Kurfurst) Durghl. zu Sachsen (Saxony) In Administration des Stisftes Merseburg wohlbestalten Hoff und Justitien-Rathe Meinem Hochgeehrtesten Herrn und Hochgeneigtesten Patron; Title 1st Chap: Ginleitung zur Deutchen Historie Borbereitungauth; Author: Geborsamster Knecht; Pub'l. Merseburg an der Leipziger, 1702; pp 1040 + abt. 30 pp register; To see picture, click to next;
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2013-07-15 10:37:28
Louis Moreri
Amsterdam - Aux Depens de la Compagnie, 1702 Book. Good. Hardcover. A scarce early set of french encyclopedias listing the historical and mythological lives and actions of patriarchs, judges, kings, popes, holy fathers,doctors, and bishops. Ninth edition, with four volumes bound in two, in its original french form. Listed alphabetically. Featuring an engraved frontispiece by G. V. Gouwen, decorative head and tail pieces and illuminated capitals. Le grand Dictionaire historique, ou le mlange curieux de l'histoire sacre et profanewas Louis Morri most famous work, and the first of its kind. Pierre Bayle, author of the noted The Historical and Critical Dictionary described Morri's dictionary, and said of him The first compilers of dictionaries made many errors, but they deserve a glory of which their successors ought never to deprive them. Morri has given himself a great deal of trouble, has been useful to everybody, and has sufficient information for many. Complete in two volumes. Condition: In original vellum bindings with calf spine labels. Externally, rubbing and handling marks to the boards. Lossand lifting to theback stripof volume two. Front board of volume two is held by the cords only, with rear joint starting. Volume one's front joint is starting. Binding is lifting to the pastedowns. Internally,both volumes are firmly bound with bright pages with the occasional instances of spotting and handling marks,verynice copies given their age. Previous owners bookplate to the front pastedown of volumetwo. Overall: GOOD..
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
2013-06-28 10:08:50
Bacon, Francis
London Printed by S. G. & B. G. for William Lee, and are to be sold at his Shop at the sign of the Turks head in Fleetst. G+ : in Good plus condition without dust jacket. 19th Century rebind with new and marbled endpapers. Frontispiece re-laid and edge repairs in places to prelims. Minor hole in page 86 of part 1 and 4 cm tears to corresponding 3 pages. Occasional Foxing. Aeg. Engraved bookplate to rear of title page dated 1702. Bookplate to front paste down Third Edition Half-leather cover with brown cloth covered boards five raised bands and six compartments with blind stamped emblems 310mm x 190mm (12" x 7"). Title page & frontispiece (4), Dedicatory Epistle to King Charles (2), To The Reader (1), General Table (3), To The Reader (4), Title Page (1), The Life of Francis Bacon (17), Part 1, 222, Part 1 continued with title page 99 + list of Bacon's works(1), bla. Engraved Portrait Frontispiece also contains wood-cut head pieces and initials. The Third Edition, According to the best Corrected Copies, Together With His Lordships Life by William Rawley.
Bookseller: Barter Books
2013-06-11 14:15:50
ANONYME ; [ DOMAT, Jean ]
André Chevalier 1702 1 vol. in-folio reliure de l'époque pleine basane marron, dos à 6 nerfs ornés (fleurons), Chez André Chevalier, Luxembourg, 1702, 6 ff. n. ch. (faux-titre, titre, épître, préface), XXXI pp., 2 ff. n. ch. (Tables), 548 pp. , 10 ff. n. ch. (titre, avertissement et préface du tome 2), 271 pp. et 18 ff. n. ch. (tables) Bon exemplaire de l'importante édition publiée en 1702 à Luxembourg. Il s'agit de la première édition posthume, base de nombreuses rééditions. Belle fraîcheur intérieure, rel. lég. frottée en plat, coins et nerfs, mq. au dos en queue en coiffe et mors mais un agréable exemplaire d'une édition de référence. D'aguesseau exprimait ainsi son admiration pour Domat :"Personnen'a mieux approfondi le véritable principe de la législation. Il descend jusqu'aux dernières conséquences : il les développe dans un ordre presque géométrique. ... C'est le plan général de la société civile le mieux fait et le plus achevé qui ait jamais paru, et je l'ai toujours regardé comme un ouvrage précieuxque j'ai vu croître et presque naître entre mes mains". Français
Bookseller: Librairie Du Cardinal
2013-06-09 20:05:25
Jean Baptiste NOLIN (1657 ca. - 1708)
Il Nolin installò l?attività editoriale di famiglia a Parigi, in via Rue St. Jacques, dove incise e vendette numerose mappe; su molte di queste, riportò erroneamente la dicitura di ?incisore del Re? e ?geografo del Duca di Orleans?. Il concorrente Guillaume De L?Isle lo accusò e lo fece condannare per plagio, ma la sua attività continuò ad espandersi. L?opera è tratta dal celebre Theatre de la guerré en Italie.., per la prima volta edito nel 1691. Incisione in ramei, alcune pieghe di carta, coloritura coeva dei contorni, in buono stato di conservazione. Parigi Paris 470 570
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-07 12:39:05
Commelin Isaak
Amsterdam, Estienne Roger, 1702. 1702 Due volumi in 12° (15 X 9). Primo vol. pag. 8, 32, 688 con antiporta inciso e 13 tavole. Secondo vol. pag. 776 antiporta figurato e 17 tavole Legature in piena pelle coeva con ornamenti e titolo in oro al dorso. Il primo volume contiene, tra le altre, le prime carte delle coste del Sud Africa, Madagascar, Bali e Java. E' questa la prima edizione francese, curata da A. C. de Renneville, della edizione olandese del 1608 dei viaggi di Isaak Commelin. In quegli anni gli olandesi erano alla ricerca di nuove rotte per l'Oriente, compresa la ricerca di un passaggio a Nord-Est tra il Polo e la Russia. Il primo volume documenta questo viaggio fatto tra il 1591 e il 1595 che documenta inoltre il periodo in cui l'equipaggio svernò nella Nova Zembla, oggi Novaya Zemlya. Si trova poi il resoconto del viaggio capitanato da Houtman negli anni 1595-96 che doppiando il Capo di Buonasperanza traccio la rotta di maggior successo che in seguito avrebbe dato vita alla celebre Compagnia delle Indie Orientali. Il secondo volume tratta la circumnavigazione del globo completata della flotta del generale Oliver de Noort che raggiunse i Mari del Sud attraverso lo stretto di Magellano ritornando dopo 3 anni dal Capo di Bonasperanza. La relazione di Paul van aerden verso le Indie Orientali. Il secondo viaggio del Jaque van Neck, ecc. A questi due volumi fecero seguito, in anni successivi, altri tre volumi che resero conto di altre esplorazioni olandesi. Perfetto stato di conservazione, carta croccante e bianca, legature eccellenti. Opera rara.
Bookseller: Biggio Giuseppina
2013-06-06 10:41:31
De Rossi, Domenico.
Pubblicata sotto gl'auspicij della S.ta di N.S. Papa Clemente XI. Rilegatura in piena pergamena. Roma, 1702; ril. in pelle, pp. 143, 53 tavv. b/n, cm 34x52. italiano ril.
Bookseller: Libro Co. Italia s.r.l.
2013-05-17 16:01:26
DE ROYAUMONT Lemaistre de Sacy - FONTAINE Nicolas?
chez Jean Villette 1702 in 4° (cm 29x21,5), pp. 2 b., 16 nn. (Epistre, Avvertissement, Approbation, Table), 552, 2 b.; leg. coeva in p/pelle, ds. a 5 nervi con fregi in oro; grande vignetta con motto al front. (2 angeli che sorreggono una croce con cartiglio In hoc signo vinces), 2 grandi testatine e qc. finalino. Rinchiusi alla Bastiglia per la loro appartenenza al giansenismo, i due A. composero questa parafrasi e commento dei testi sacri, ill. da 267 vignette a m/pag. incise in rame da autore sconosciuto. L'opera ebbe grande successo e fu stampata da vari editori. Mancano le 2 cuffie e i 2 capitelli, angoli un po' smussati, ma leg. solida, esemplare abbastanza fresco con lievi e rare fior. 581/24
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria La Fenice
2013-05-07 16:46:37
Whiston, William [1667 - 1752]
Cambridge: Unitersity-Press By B. Tooke. Good with no dust jacket. 1702. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Square 8vo 8" to 9". 545 pages; Full leather, quite scuffed, edges worn, front cover detached, back hinge weak. Paper little age toned though not brittle, stitching tight. Whiston is best know as the translator of Josephus. This work is uncommon. .
Bookseller: Noah's Ark Book Attic
2013-05-02 12:31:09
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of
Pr. at the Theater by Ro. Mander & Guil. Delaune Oxford: Pr. at the Theater (by Ro. Mander & Guil. Delaune), 1702–04. Contemporary speckled calf panelled in blind with plain calf, decorated with blind-tooled corner fleurons, spines with gilt-stamped leather title-labels; edges and extremities rubbed, joints cracked or starting, some acid-pitting to speckled portions, spines each with small paper shelving label. Each front pastedown with institutional bookplate over private collector's bookplate, and with early inked gift inscription. Title-pages with small institutional rubber-stamp in lower margin; half-titles lacking. Pages generally clean; occasional minor spotting mostly confined to margins. One instance of early inked marginalia.. Folio (39.7 cm, 15.75). 3 vols. I: Frontis., [4], xxiii, [1], 557, [1] pp. II: Frontis., [14], 581, [1] pp. III: Frontis., [22], 603, [23] pp. (half-titles lacking). First edition of this crucial account of the tumultuous 1640s and 50s in England, written by an author whom Allibone lauds as "one of the most illustrious characters of English history"; Allibone also quotes the Edinburgh Review's description of the present work as "one of the noblest historical works of the English nation."Each volume commences with a copper-engraved frontispiece and title-page vignette, the former done by Robert White after a painting by Lely, the latter signed M[ichael] Burg[hers]. Burghers also engraved a substantial number of head- and tailpieces for the work, as well as decorative capitals.
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2013-04-20 10:36:01
(Müller, Johann Ulrich)
8°. Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt, 373 S., 59 n.n. S. Register und 64 Tafeln mit je einer gestochenen Karte mit gedruckten Erklärungen. Pergamentband der Zeit. 2. Band (von 2). Vergleiche Philipps 512 für die Ausgabe von 1692. - Der zweite Band des "Neu aussgefertigten Kleiner Atlas" der erstmals 1692 mit dem Titel "Kurtz-bündige Abbild- u. Vorstellung Der Gantzen Welt" in Ulm gedruckt erschien. Die kleinen Karten wurden nach Bodenehr von Hipschmann gestochen. Die Kärtchengrösse ca. 7,5 x 6 cm. Der zweite Teil mit identischer Kartenanzahl wie die Ausgabe von 1692 enthält. 16 Karten von Asien mit China, Japan, Philippinen - 16 Karten von Afrika - 18 Karten von Nord- und Südamerika, inkl. je einer Karte der Arktis und Antarktis, Detailkarten von Kanada, Nordamerika, Mexiko mit Kalifornien, Brasilien, Argentinien. Die restlichen 14 Kärtchen zur historischen Geographie. - Titel und Vorsatz mit getilgtem Stempel. Sauberes Exemplar. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2013-03-14 20:00:49
Taylor, Jer.
London., John Meredith., 1702. 35 x 23 cms, engraved portrait, (xv), xxviii, vi, 1-146, 146-432, (xii), + (viii), xiv, 188, (iv) pages, 20 engraved plates ( 2 double page ) outside the text, 98 engravings inside the text. Contemp. calf, with gold decorated spine. Some wear at edges and corners. Some staining, last 10 ff. with more staining. Last 4 p. with the catalogue of the editor. ninth edition. 3 Parts in one. in total 4 titlepages, dated 1702-1703. Large plates sometimes dated 1678. KEYWORDS: Biblia
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Rijzende Zon [SE]
2013-03-03 21:43:38
Matthiae, Christian (1584-1655).
In quo quatuor monarchiæ magnæ. Omnesque reges & imperatores qui in illis regnarunt. Nova et artificiosa methodo describuntur, omniaque ad usum oeconomicum, politicum et ecclesiasticum accommodantur. Autore Christiano Matthiæ. Frankfurt & Leipzig: Johannes Justus Erythropilus, 1702. 4:o. Engraved frontispiece, (30),1144,40,(60) pp. Contemporary vellum. Handwritten title on spine. Owners name on titlepage (WG Rigeman 1711, 2 Decemb.). Bookplate on front pastedown (Bibl. Hammer, Stockholm). Edges of boards worn with vellum cracked. Spine with two old amateur repairs, one large. 22,5 x 17,5 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok- & Bildantikvariat AB [SE]
2013-02-25 15:29:38
1702. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Size: 12mo (approx. .. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 15909.
Bookseller: Bygone Books
2013-02-21 11:02:55
HOMANN, GIOVANNI BATTISTA.
In Atlas Novus Terrarum, edito a Norimberga dal 1702 e in numerose ristampe, sino al 1753. Norimberga, 1720 ca. Incisione in rame, colore d'epoca, cm 50 x 58,5 (alla lastra). Titolo in basso al centro, entro cartiglio sormontato da figura mitologica, con sottostante raffigurazione di due corrieri a cavallo, trombe e volto femminile. In alto a destra 3 scale grafiche di 120 miglia italiane, di 48 miglia galliche e di 30 miglia germaniche; sottostante cerchio con orientamento. Margine graduato su tutto il perimetro, senza reticolato. La carta deriva dalla Italia Nuova del Magini e perci? si richiama alla carta maginiana. Nella tavola in oggetto sono rappresentate le principali vie di comunicazione. Margini laterali leggermente rifilati, bella coloritura d'epoca e bella impressione, lievissime e rare macchiette di foxing. Buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-02-14 11:30:25
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Amsterdam., Jacob Lindenberg., 1702. 45 x 30 cms, col. engraved title-page, xx pp., col. engraved frontispiece, 278, 112, 70 folios, i f., engraved col. titlepage ( of the new testament, 132 folios, 4 doublepage maps and 56 plus 20 plates outside the text, most signed : Rom. de Hooge. some water staining / some ff. with small tears, last fol. with spots. newer flyleaves. Front and back cover: stamped calf on wood. spine : 20th century calf ( by a shoemaker? ). corners with protective brass pieces. 2 contemp. brass clasps. titlepage of the new testament pasted on. Maps : orbis vetus / temple de Jerusalem / de reysen Christi / de reysen Pauli. total weight : 9 kilos. KEYWORDS: Biblia Nederland.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat DE RIJZENDE ZON [Netherlands]
2013-01-25 18:56:32
Bellini Giuseppe Maria.
Cm. 17,5, pp. 213 (1). Con testatine e finalini incisi, bei capilettera ornati e con due tavole incise f.t. di cui una più volte ripiegata. Legatura coeva in cartonato alla rustica con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Esemplare in barbe, con testimoni, marginoso e parzialmente intonso. Ben conservato. Il Mazzucchelli riporta che tale opera ""si stampò alla macchia di Padova, benché abbia in fronte la data di Lione"". Cfr. Mazzucchelli II, pt. II, p. 685. L'opera è un'interessantissima monografia sulla Basilica di S. Pietro in Ciel d'oro a Pavia. Le due tavole all'interno rappresentano la planimetria e la pianta della Basilica in cui si trova l'Arca con il sepolcro di S. Agostino e il sacello di S. Appiano.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-21 13:27:19
Leeuwarden, Netherlands: Karst Tjallings, 1702. Paperback. Very Good -. 7, [1] p.: 19 cm. Signatures: A4 (4to). Woodcut title vignette. Not in Knuttell or Worldcat. A response to "Aanmerkingen op de Memorie van den Fransche Resident Barre, Aan de . . . Staaten Generaal . . . den 31. Maart 1702" (Gravenhage: Meyndert Uitwerf, 1702), Knuttel, 14755. Contents: Extract Uit het Register der Resolution van de . . . Staaten Generâl der Vereenig de Nederlanden. Sabbathi den 8 April 1702 -- Extract Uit de Aanspraak van de Heer Mourlag, Ambassadeur van de Koning van Vrankrijk Hendrik de IV . . . 26. Augustus 1593 -- Als meede een Extract uit de Memorien van den heer de Sully. An extremely scarce pamphlet relating to the War of the Spanish Succession. In Very Good- Condition: title page stained; lightly creased and soiled; stitching is gone, with slight tears at the stitching holes; otherwise a solid copy of a very scarce item.
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera, IOBA [Lansdowne, PA, U.S.A.]
2013-01-08 01:41:43
COMBER, Thomas
London: Printed for Robert Clavell, Samuel Roycroft, [et al. ], 1702. Fourth edition. Two volume set. Folios. A corrected and enlarged edition of Dean Comber's great work, intended to reconcile Protestant dissenters to the church of England. Contemporary full calf. Ex-library with spine letters, bookplates, paper labels on the rear free endpapers, and small number stamp at the bottom of the first text page of each volume, else no other markings. Early owner's small embossed heraldic stamp on the title page of volume 1 and signature on volume two. The binding is worn, both front boards are detached, a fair only sound set. ESTC N27312. Fair. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2013-01-07 00:39:48
PUFENDORF, Samuel.
Written by the famous Samuell Puffendorf, late Chancellor of State in that Kingdom. Faithfully translated from the original High-Dutch, and carefully continued down to this present Year. London, J. Brudenell, 1702. 8:o. (7),+ (blank),+ 112, 111-221, 238-278, 269-284, 273-287, (blank),+ 353-624,+ (8) s. Titel tryckt inom ram, och med bläckstänk, annars mycket ren inlaga. Något nött samtida skinnband, ryggen med svagt upphödja bind, pärmarna med spegeldekor, röda stänksnitt. Skada på övre bakre fals och övre kapitäl. Pampigt exlibris från Hugh Cecil Earl of Lonsdale. Warmholtz 2522 not. En ovanlig engelsk översättningen av "Continuirte Einleitung zu der Historie der vornehmsten Reiche und Staaten von Europa, worinnen des Königreichs Schweden Geschichte, und dessen mit auswertigen Kronen geführte Kriege insonderheit beschrieben werden", som utkom 1686. En svensk översättning utkom 1688. Den engelska översättningen är gjord av Charles Brockwell, som även skrivit fortsättningen upp till slaget vid Narva och lite till. Rörig paginering och även rörig arksignering, andra delen börjar med s. 353 och har beteckningen A2, men det skall vara Aa1
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2013-01-05 21:22:24
Amsterdam., Jacob Lindenberg., 1702. 45 x 30 cms, col. engraved title-page, xx pp., col. engraved frontispiece, 278, 112, 70 folios, i f., engraved col. titlepage ( of the new testament, 132 folios, 4 doublepage maps and 56 plus 20 plates outside the text, most signed : Rom. de Hooge. some water staining / some ff. with small tears, last fol. with spots. newer flyleaves. Front and back cover: stamped calf on wood. spine : 20th century calf ( by a shoemaker? ). corners with protective brass pieces. 2 contemp. brass clasps. titlepage of the new testament pasted on. Maps : orbis vetus / temple de Jerusalem / de reysen Christi / de reysen Pauli. total weight : 9 kilos. KEYWORDS: Biblia Nederland. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Rijzende Zon [Tilburg, N.-BR, Netherlands]
2013-01-03 18:51:31
Bocaccio
Jacques Gaillard, Cologne, 1702. Third Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Illustrator: Romain de Hooge. 2 volumes in contemporary full leather, heavily worn at edges, hinges split but boards still attached. A few ink marks to titles, minor dampstaining and wear to endpapers and last few pages, otherwise clean. With the lovely Hooge illustrations throughout. Volume 1 with a frontis and the title in red and black. 366pp (plus table), 427 plus table. Styled the Second Edition but really the third after 1697 and 1699. Graesse: "tres recherchée a cause des gravures..."les éditions posterieures [apres 1697, 1699 et 1702] ne sont ni rare ni estimées". Brunet 142 Size: duodecimo (12mo). Text is clean and unmarked. Illustrator: Romain de Hooge. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Myths, Legends & Folklore; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 040048. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2013-01-03 16:56:42
Marban, Pedro
The first edition of the first work on the language of the Moxos, and the only one for 200 years; printed in Lima. N.d. [1702]. Lima. Joseph de Contreras. In 12mo (147 m x 92 mm). 16 + 664; 202 + 1. Slightly later Spanish or South American mottled calf, gilt-stamped spine, red gilt morocco label, gently worn. Ownership signature on verso of title page, internally bright and clean copy, last folio slightly soiled. First edition. Marban?s is a very rare and singularly important vocabulary of the Moxos language, the first of its kind and the only for almost two centuries. The catechism, present herein, is usually lacking. The Arte is notable both as an important linguistic piece and an early South American imprint. "The language of the nation of the province of 'los Moxos,' in Bolivia, South America. Their language is related to the Maipure. This is the only work on the subject" (Sabin). ?Hasta hace poco este era el unico libro impreso referente a la lengua de los moxos? (Medina). The book is undated, Sabin records the date as 1701, while Medina believes it to be 1702; quite possibly, Medina is more accurate. A manuscript note on the front free endpaper of the present copy indicates it was purchased by the noted London firm, Bernard Quaritch, Ltd., in 1918, while a stamp on the front pastedown gives evidence it was later sold by the American Antiquarian Society. ?Como hermano en la Compañía llego a Sevilla en 1671 desde el Colegio de esa ciudad, a fin de embarcarse para Indias en la misión que conducía a Chile el P. Lorenzo Arizabalo. Destinosele luego de su llegada al Colegio … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-01-03 03:47:44
CLARENDON, EDWARD HYDE, EARL OF.
Oxford, Printed at the Theater, 1702-07. Folio. Bound in 3 contemp. full calf, Cambridge-style bindings, 5 raised bands, title-and tome labels in leather on backs. Cracking to hinges on 2 volumes, but covers not detached. Some rubbing and wear to extremities. Engraved portrait of the autor in vol.3. Htitles. (2),XXIII,557;(16),581;(24),603,(21) pp. Large engraved titlevignettes and many engraved head-and tailpieces. Internally clean and printed on good paper. ¶ First edition of the first volume, later issues of volume 2-3. Clarendon's great work was first published from a copy of a transcript made by his secretary, and it was the object of a violent attack by John Oldmixon for supposed changes and omissions, and the history was first published from the original manuscript in 1826. - Lowndes I: p. 467.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2012-12-29 09:34:37
DEL GIUDICE MICHELE.
DEL GIUDICE Michele. Descrizione del Real Tempio e Monasterio di Santa Maria Nuova di Morreale. Vite dè suoi arcivescovi, abbati e signori. Col sommario dei privilegi della detta Santa Chiesa di Gio. Luigi Lello ristampata d?ordine dell?Abbate Don Giovanni Ruano con le osservazioni sopra le fabriche e mosaici della Chiesa, la continuazione delle vite degli Arcivescovi, una tavola cronologica della medesima istoria, e la notizia dello stato presente dell? Arcivescovado. Palermo, Epiro, 1702. In 4to; cc.4 n.nn., pp.202; 136; 71; pp.40 (numerate da 23 a 62); cc.28n.nn.; pp.45; 45; 132; cc.2n.nn. In antiporta ritratto in ovale dell?Abbate Don Giovanni Ruano cui l'opera è dedicata. 31 tavole numerate su 33, incise in rame da Gaetano Lazara. Mancano le tavole n. 27 e 29. Sono presenti però 2 tavole non numerate a doppia pagina con i ritratti degli Arcivescovi succedutisi dal 1176 al 1673. Nel ?Sommario dei Privilegi? i sigilli del Re Guglielmo II, della Chiesa, della Città e dello Stato di Monreale. In fine vi è l?opuscolo ?De raedificatione monasterii?. Coleti avverte credesi comunemente che l?autore di questa descrizione sia l?Arcivescovo Torres, ma il Mongitore l?attribuisce al Lello (Lozzi 2870, nota). Timbro di appartenenza al frontespizio. Tracce d?umido. Lievi fori da tarlo alle prime carte che non intaccano il testo. Bruniture a qualche tavola con rinforzo al verso. Pergamena coeva, titolo calligrafato al dorso. Ex libris. Edita nel 1588 da Zanetti a Roma e di nuovo nel 1596 l?opera di Gian Luigi Lello sulla Basilica di Monreale fu ripubblicata con molte aggiunte da Miche … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2012-12-23 22:59:05
[Penn, William].
2 volumes in one, 12mo, contemporary calf, 1, [[14], 158, [6], 1, [6], 117 pp. Calf with moderate wear, and somewhat weak hinges, lacks front endpapers, moderate dampstaining in the second book, index leaf misbound, first page after volume one repaired with some loss of text, final leaf defective with loss of text at the top of the page, early owner's inscription on rear face papers; still a very decent copy. William Penn (1644-1718) was born in London, and in 1681 would make history by founding the colony of Pennsylvania. He started this enterprise with good intentions and considerable resources, and even managed to cultivate good relations with Native Americana in the area. However, by 1685 the colony became a financial failure for Penn, and his vision for an "ideal society" ended. Penn, a Quaker, had his share of squabbles with other religious leaders, but he was fortunate enough to have the means to publish his opinions. The present title was a popular work, and published in several editions. It contains a lot of useful information that presents Penn's views on life. He tells us that diet is important to a balanced life and recommends "eat therefore to live, and do not live to eat." He also tells us that "strong liquors" are not a bad thing if used in moderation. He also felt having good friends was very important, and advises a person to choose them like a wife, "till death separate you." ANB.
Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio Rare Books & Prints [United States]
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2012-12-20 15:53:16
GREGORY, DAVID and (ISAAC NEWTON). - [WITH THE FIRST PRINTING OF NEWTON'S "LUNAE THEORIA" AND THE FIRST UNVEILING OF NEWTON'S CALSSICAL SCHOLIA]
Oxoniae (Oxford), E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1702. Folio. Contemporary full calf, raised bands, rectangular blindtooled frames and central panel "mirror" on covers, Cambridge-style binding. leather at joints cracked, but cords intact so that covers not loose. Corners a bit bumped. Light wear to spine ends. Spine a bit rubbed. Pastedowns and flyleaves with browning. Title-page with large engraved vignette (Sheldon Theater). (12),494,(2) pp. With numerous textdiagrams. Very light browning to titlepage and a few marginal brownspots to last leaf, a fine clean copy, printed on good paper with wide margins.<br>On the verso of the title-page is pasted the book plate of Sir William Baird of Newbaith. He habitually pasted his armorial bookplate on the verso of the title-pages of the books in his large and fine library. ¶ First edition of the first text book of astronomy based on Newtonian principles. Apart from its importance in the remodeling of astronomy in conformity with physical theory, the work is of the utmost importance as a source book - it contains the FIRST PRINTING OF NEWTON'S PAPER ON LUNAR THEORY ("Lunae Theoria Newtoniana", pp. 332-336) as well as the FIRST EXPOSITION OF NEWTON'S CLASSICAL SCHOLIA, which Newton himself considered an important part of his philosophy.<br><br>Gregory, a Scottish mathematician, who taught at Edinburgh and Oxford, was one of Newton's closest friends and associates. Newton thought highly of his work and communicated for insertion it in his Lunar Theory. He also permitted Gregory to use the material of that which is known as his "Classical Schol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Son [Denmark]
2012-10-24 18:00:02
6 voll. in-8° (172x97mm), di cui i primi 5 di Antico Testamento e il sesto di Nuovo Testamento; i primi 5 voll. sono in paginazione continua, per complessive pp. (10), 5342 [i.e. 2644; numerosi sono gli errori di paginazione], (200); il sesto volume, con paginazione autonoma, consta di 632 pp. Legatura coeva p. pelle marrone con dorsi a nervetti adorni di titolo, tomaisons e fregi in oro entro scomparti. Tagli a spruzzo rossi. Al primo vol., antiporta calcografica con figurazioni sacre e allegoriche sottoscritta "Suor Isabella" (si tratta di Isabella Piccini). Impresa tipografica incisa su legno al frontespizio del primo vol., consistente in due colonne unite da un nastro entro cornice figurata, con il motto: "Plus ultra". In un ovale posto in alto al centro campeggia un leone rampante sovrastato da un'aquila bicipite. Fregi tipografici ornati su legno, centinaia di incisioni calcografiche intercalate n.t. a un terzo di pag. Lavori di tarlo alle pp. 443-490 del primo vol., toccanti anche lettere di testo. Qualche usuale brunitura. Annotazione di possesso settecentesca al contropiatto del primo vol. ("Alli otto di Setembre [sic] 1740 comprai la sagra Biblia divisa in cotesti sei tomi nel prezo [sic] di quatordici Pauoli... Ex libris Aloysij Marchesi 1796". Esemplare assai bello nel complesso. Edizione veneziana di inizio Settecento della Vulgata, di cui principale autore fu San Gerolamo, nel testo procurato sotto papa Sisto V, corretto e riveduto poi sotto il pontificato di Clemente VIII.
Bookseller: Galleria Gilibert
2012-10-21 12:52:22
Ferrero di Lavriano Francesco Maria
Io. Baptistae Zappatae, Augustae Taurinorum, 1702. In-folio (400x250mm), pp. 208, bella legatura coeva in piena pelle con titolo in oro e ricchi fregi floreali e vegetali in oro entro scomparti su dorso a nervi. Tagli rossi. Splendida antiporta figurata incisa all'acquaforte e bulino da Bartolomeo Giuseppe Tasnière (Torino, 1676-1752) su invenzione e disegno di Giulio Cesare Granpin (Torino, 1650 ca.-1732) con grande stemma di Casa Savoia. Testatine, capilettera elegantemente decorati a racemi e fregi tipografici n.t. ornati in xilografia. 35 tavole a piena pagina incise all'acquaforte da Tasnière, Giffart e Bouchet su disegni preparatori di F.I.D. Lange, artista nativo di Annecy, con ritratti di conti e sovrani sabaudi dal leggendario capostipite della dinastia Beroldo a Vittorio Amedeo II. All'effigie del personaggio a mezzo busto entro medaglione si accompagna, in ogni tavola, una legenda entro cartiglio recante le notizie biografiche. Testo in latino in carattere tondo e in francese in carattere corsivo. Qualche brunitura e qualche gora marginale, segnatamente alle prime cc., ma bell'esemplare. Manca la carta con il medaglione senza ritratto. Prima edizione, assai rara a trovarsi iconograficamente completa (il Manno non parla che di 30 tavole, e raramente si trovano esemplari con un maggiori numero di ritratti), di importante opera storica di materia sabauda che riprende, nel titolo come nelle intenzioni encomiastiche, la Inclytorum Saxoniae Sabaudiaeque arbor gentilitia di Filiberto Pingone, edita a Torino nel 1581. Affascinante galleria di ritratti sabaudi, tra le più … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2012-08-18 18:18:57
Imprimerie royale, Paris. A Paris, Imprimerie royale, 1702. Env. 22 x 29 cm, 292 pages recto. Chaque page présente une médaille illustrée en taille réelle. Rel. plein cuir, dos à nerfs orné de caissons à motifs floraux dorés, titre sur pièce rouge. Plats lég. griffés, petit manque à la coiffe inf., coiffe sup. et coins râpés. Tranches rouges. Contre-plats jaspés, ex-libris. Frontispice. Page de titre : en dessous du titre, portion de texte découpée, avec en lieu et place une image collée.Bon état intérieur. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Jullien [Genève, Switzerland]
2012-06-28 21:35:12
CLARENDON EARL OF
OXFORD PRINTED AT THE THEATRE -4, 1702. FIRST EDITION, THREE VOLUMES, FOLIO (26 BY 40CM.), 557pp, 581pp, 603pp. RECENTLY (THIS YEAR, 2016) FINELY REBOUND AND RESTORED IN QUARTER LEATHER OVER NEW BROWN BOARDS, NEW ENDPAPERS. VOLUME 1: LACKS TITLE PAGE, HALF TITLE, PREFACE (xxiii pp), 557 pp. PROFESSIONAL REPAIR TO SOME EARLY PAGE EDGES. VOLUME 2: HALF TITLE, TITLE PAGE DATED 1703, DEDICATION (8pp), 581 pp, EARLY PAGES WORN TO THE EDGES, THEN VERY GOOD, EVIDENCE OF WORMING TO A FEW LATE PAGES. VOLUME 3: TITLE PAGE DATED 1704, DEDICATION, 603 pp, INDEX. ONE VOLUME CONTAINS THE ARMORIAL BOOKPLATE OF WILLIAM GRIFFITH OF NORTH WALES, DATED 1707. OVERALL A VERY HANDSOME AND TIGHT SET. EXTRA WILL BE REQUIRED POSTAGE OUTSIDE THE UK. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hawkridge Books [Bakewell, United Kingdom]
2012-06-28 08:20:58
Optatus Milevitanus ( Optatus (Bischof ) von Mileve) und M.Lud.Ell. Dupin ( Ed.)
Antvrpiae (Antwerpen), G. Gallet, Praefectum Typographiae Huguetanorum, M.DCCII. 1702. [10 nn], xlviii, 387 S., Titelblatt in rot/schwarz gedruckt und mit gestochener allegrorische Vignette, mit mehrfach ausfaltbarer Karte Fol. etwas späterer roter Halbleineband Graesse, V, 30.,- BBKL, V, 1226 ff.; maßgebliche dritte Auflage der Schrift über die Donatisten des Bischof Optatus von Mileve in Numidien (heute Mila , Algerien), der " um 365 ein Werk in 6 Büchern gegen die literarischen Angriffe des donatistischen Bschofs Parmenianus von Karthago" schreibt (BBKL). Erhalten ist allerdings nur eine Berabeitung um 385, "der ein unvollendetes 7. Buch und eine ältere Urkundensammlung angefügt ist." Durch eine versöhnlichen Unterton, versucht er die schismatischen Donatisten eine Rückkehr zur katholischen Kirchen zu erleichtern. Seine Ausführungen gelten als eine wichtige Quelle für die Kirchen- und Sakramentenlehre von Augustinus. Mit einer großformatigen Karten des Mittelmeerraumes und Nordafrika. Der Rücken etwas berieben, insgesamt wohlerhaten und in kräftigem Abdruck. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Germany]
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