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2008-12-05 12:25:46
OVID (PUBLIUS OVIDIUS NASO).
Edition nouvelle, enrichie de tres-belles Figures. P. &J. Blaev, Janssons à Waesberge, Boom, & Goethals, Amsterdam 1702. Folio. Titlepage in red and black and with an engraving. With several large, beautiful engravings in the text by Martin & Paul Bouche and others. (12)+574 pages. Text printed in two columns with text the original Latin in verse and the French prose translation. In contemporary full leather binding of brown calf. With richly ornamentally gilt spine and titlelabel on the spine in red leather with the title 'Ovide'. With gilt ornamental border on the front and back cover. Very minor edgewear and slightly bumped corners. Lower part of upper hinge with minor weakness. Bookplate on pastedown. Apart from a little brownstaining on the flyleafs the inside very crisp and clean.. A beautiful, clean copy of the great illustrated French edition of Ovid's masterpiece. All the stories are accompanied by lively, remarkable engravings that are finely preserved here
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2008-12-04 20:09:05
LUDOLFUS, HIUB. -JOB LUDOLF. -THE FIRST ETHIOPIAN GRAMMAR.
Frankfurt am Main, Apud Johannem David. Zunnerum et Nicolaum Wilhelmum Helwig,1702. Small folio. Very nice recent blue hcalf w. gilt lettering on spine. Title-page printed in red and black, w. woodcut vignette and stamp: "Jews college, London". Some brownspotting, but all in all a very nice copy. (12), 184, (8) (Index) pp. ¶ Second edition of Ludolfus' groundbreaking Ethiopian Grammar. The German, Job Ludolf, was the first to bring the study of Etiopian subjects into a system, and his present work is the first of its kind to see the light of day. It was unusal for the time to take up the study of something like the Ethiopian laguage, and after Ludolfus' important philological works followed a long period of neglect, which did not end till the second half of the nineteenth century, when these studies were finally resumed, causing them to flourish. Brunet III, pp. 1223.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2008-11-29 16:15:48
POTTER John
Lugduni Batavorum |(Leyde): Excudit Petrus Vander, 1702. Fine. Excudit Petrus Vander, Lugduni Batavorum (Leyde) 1702, in-folio (41x26cm), (5f.) 394pp. (7f.)., relié. - First Latin edition. 1 illustrated frontispiece and 9 large plates are not included in the pagination with 41 figures, depicting scenes of battles, ships, war machines ... Full Vellum time, back to Jansenist nerves (as in black pen) , large central medallion on the boards with cold frames and lilies in the spandrels. Vellum bearing tasks. Some pages are pitting and traces of yellow foxing in lower margin. Upper joint split largely lower joint split tail, without missing a tear to a box, despite these defects nice copy. After publishing notes on Plutarch and Basil Potter (1674-1747) published his graeca archeologia 2 in 8 volumes in English in 1698. The book was a reference to Greek archeology until the mid-nineteenth century. This Hellenistic later became Archbishop of Canterbury. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition latine, rare, et illustrée de 1 frontispice et 9 grandes planches non comprises dans la pagination comportant 41 figures, représentant des scènes de luttes, des navires, des machines de guerre... Impression sur deux colonnes numérotées. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque, dos à nerfs janséniste (titre à la plume noire), grand médaillon central sur les plats à froid avec encadrement et fleurs de lys dans les écoinçons. vélin portant des tâches … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2008-11-23 16:46:53
Scheuchzer, Johann Jakob:
Zürich, David Gessner, (1702-1715).. Kl.-8°. 169 (1) S., 56 S., 56 S., 64 (1) S., 63 (1) S., 63 (1) S., 80 S., 92 S., 2 leere Bl., 60 (2) S., (15) S. handschr. Register (nach Jahrgängen), 27 leere S. Lederband d.Zt. auf 4 Bünden mit handschriftl. Rückenschild .(leicht berieben, bestossen u. fleckig, Lederbezug am Rücken etwas spröde, Rückentitel gebräunt u. mit Fehlstellen).. HBLS VI, 167. - Feller/Bonjour 436. - Erste Ausgabe der komplett äusserst seltenen Folge von Bücher-Verzeichnissen, die als Vorläufer von Scheuchzers 1733 erschienenem Werk "Bibliotheca Helvetica" gelten. Johann Jakob Scheuchzer, Arzt, Naturforscher u. Historiker, wurde vor allem bekannt durch seine umfangreichen Bearbeitungen der Natur- u. Kulturgeschichte der Schweiz. Zudem interessierte er sich für Literatur und stellte in vorliegendem Werk zahlreiche Neuerscheinungen vor. Unser Exemplar mit handschriftl. Griffregister, mont. auf die jeweilige Titelseite. - Vorsatz mit handschriftl. Eintrag u. Titelseite mit Namenszug von alter Hand. Die festen Vorsätze mit Leimschatten. Die Laschen des Handregisters teilweise knitterfaltig u. mit kl. Einrissen. Stellenweise stockfleckig u. durchgehend leicht gebräunt.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
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2008-11-17 03:07:38
Morhof, Daniel Georg.
Lübeck-Frankfurt, Johann Wiedemeyer, 1702.. 8°. Mit gest. Titelportrait. 10 Bll., 728 S.; 1 Bl., 510 S., 1 weißes Bl., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bünden, handschriftl. Rückentitel u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt.. Seltene Gesamtausgabe der Schriften Morhofs in deutscher Sprache; der zweite Teil mit dem häufig fehlenden, hier vorhandenen sep. Titel "Teutsche Gedichte". Enth. u.a. Morhofs berühmte "erste wirkliche Geschichte der Deutschen Literatur, umfangreich und gelehrt" (Wolfskehl). - Der Jurist, Polyhistor, Dichter u. Literarhistoriker Daniel Georg Morhof (1639-91) begann 1657 an der Univ. Rostock mit dem Jurastudium, besuchte gleichzeitig Rhetorik- und Poesievorlesungen und wurde nach dem Tod Andreas Tschernings Ordinarius für Poesie. Vor Antritt seiner Tätigkeit unternahm er eine Bildungreise durch Holland und England und wurde 1661 zum Dr. jur. promvoviert. 1665 wechselte Morhof auf den Lehrstuhl für Eloquenz und Poesie der neugegründeten Univ. Kiel, war seit 1673 zudem Prof. der Geschichte und leitete seit 1680 im Nebenamt die Universitätsbibliothek. Neben lateinischen Gelegenheitsgedichten und Epigrammen verfaßte er medizinische, juristische, theologische und naturwissenschaftliche Disputationen sowie poetologische Werke. - "He views the literature of all of Western Europe, and it is highly interesting to note his appraisal of the English language which is negative throughout, and of English literature, which is considerably more favourable. On p. 229 he cites Shakespeare" (Faber du Faur). - "Er bewunderte in der deutschen Dichtung vor Allen Flemming; nähert sich selbs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
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2008-11-09 18:05:31
Cicero Marcus Tullius. [Jeremy Collier; Henry Dodwell]. Translated By S. P. Gent
Printed for Jacob Tonson at Gray's-Inn-Gate; and Robert Gibson, London. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson at Gray's-Inn-Gate; and Robert Gibson, 1702. Published 1702. Revised, and with a preface by Jeremy Collier; and with an Apology for the Philosophical Writings of Cicero by Henry Dodwell. Includes the frequently-missing frontis portrait of Cicero and the four pages of publisher's advertisements at the back. Contemporary or similar period binding in paneled calf with gilt-stamped spine lettering, five raised spine bands, tooled floral designs at outer corners of both cover panels, outer edges speckled in red, [78], 368, [4] pages. Rubbed at the extremities with chips to spine ends and vertical crease to spine, joints a little tender but covers well attached, name on front free endpaper, title handwritten on front pastedown, margin chip to page 149/150, pages age-toned (some quite browned) but clean and unmarked. Hard Cover. Good/No. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC [East Granby, CT, U.S.A.]
2008-10-27 10:30:57
DE FER NICOLAS
Parigi, 1702. Incisione in rame, coloritura d'epoca ritoccata con ritocchi recenti, mm 227x338. Bell'esemplare su carta leggermente ingiallita. vedutistica.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2008-10-27 10:30:57
DE FER NICOLAS.
Parigi, 1702. Incisione in rame, coloritura d'epoca con ritocchi recenti, 227x338. Bell'esemplare su carta leggermente ingiallita. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2008-10-21 00:08:52
(Simon "The Fox" Fraser). Lovat (Scotland). Tenants.
1702. The tenants of the Lovat estate petition for a delay in producing the writs and securities of their holdings, as the protracted dispute between the Lovat family and the infamous Capt. Simon Fraser of Beaufort (who attempted a forced marriage to the family's heiress, young Amelia Fraser, before successfully kidnapping and wedding her mother, the dowager Lady Amelia Murray) has left them in a sorry state regarding the payment of creditors. Not only does this broadside touch on the common perspective of a great contemporary scandal, but it is of interest for its scarcity as well. => No holdings are listed by WorldCat, ESTC, or NUC Pre-1956.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2008-09-19 20:31:17
BOCACE, Florentin.(BOCCACCIO, Giovanni)
Cologne: Gaillard, 1702. Second. hardcover. very good(+). 2 volumes. 100 exquisite copper engravings by Romain De Hooge. Rubricated titles, 366pp (X) + 426pp(XI), untrimmed. 1/4 crimson calf. Cologne: Jacques Gaillard, 1702. Second Edition. Very good(+).A French translation of the Decameron. De Hooge, a major Dutch artist, was a follower of Callot. Brunet 1, 1007.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [United States]
2008-08-24 22:29:18
Petrus Schenk (1660 - 1718/19)
1702. Motivmass: 21,0x25,5 Blattmass: 26,3x31,5 Kupferstich aus: Hecatompolis sive Totius Terrarum Oppida Nobiliora Centrum Altkoloriert.
Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR
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2008-08-24 22:29:18
Petrus Schenk (1660 - 1718/19)
1702. Motivmass: 20,7x25,7 Blattmass: 26,3x31,5 Kupferstich aus: Hecatompolis sive Totius Terrarum Oppida Nobiliora Centrum Altkoloriert.
Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR
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2008-08-24 22:29:18
Petrus Schenk (1660 - 1718/19)
1702. Motivmass: 21,2x25,5 Blattmass: 26,3x31,5 Kupferstich aus: Hecatompolis sive Totius Terrarum Oppida Nobiliora Centrum Altkoloriert.
Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR
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2008-08-24 22:29:18
Petrus Schenk (1660 - 1718/19)
1702. Motivmass: 21,5x25,7 Blattmass: 26,3x31,5 Kupferstich aus: Hecatompolis sive Totius Terrarum Oppida Nobiliora Centrum Altkoloriert.
Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR
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2008-08-24 22:29:18
Petrus Schenk (1660 - 1718/19)
1702. Motivmass: 21,2x25,7 Blattmass: 26,3x31,5 Kupferstich aus: Hecatompolis sive Totius Terrarum Oppida Nobiliora Centrum Altkoloriert.
Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR
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2008-08-17 15:41:04
Ludolf, Hiob
Frankfurt: Johannes David Zunnerus, 1702. First edition, as stated. Hardcover. fair. Folios. 3 volumes bound in one. (16) 663pp. (44), (2) 54pp.* (16) (10), 184pp. (8). Contemporary embossed vellum with gilt embossed decoration and black lettering to spine. Raised bands. All three works are ground-breaking standards, both for the study of Ethiopian language and for the study of the history of linguistics. They constitute one of the first Ethiopian-Latin dictionaries and grammar books and, hence, introduced Ethiopian language and culture to the Christian world. The books appeared separately and were rarely combined, as is the case here. It is noteworthy that Walton used the Lexicon aethiopico-latinum for his New Testament Polyglot edition and this. Our copy of the Grammatica aethiopica is the second revised and corrected edition from the first London edition (1661), edited by Johannes Michael Wansleb. Ludolf was unsatisfied with the quality of the work and thoroughly revised the text. Text in Ethiopian and Latin. Separation to spine hinge, but complete. Scuffing, rubbing and staining to boards. Corners bumped and word. Browning, watermarks and occasional foxing to pages. Minor tears to edges of some pages. Library stamp to loose front endpaper. All three title pages in red and black lettering. The title pages of 2) and 3) are woodcut illustrated. In fair condition. *In 2), each page is divided by two columns. The pagination is according to columns, not pages, i.e. the page number reaches 103. References: Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th ed. (1911), vol. V17, p.114; C. Juncker … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2008-08-15 14:41:09
Petrus Schenk (1660 - 1718/19)
1702. Motivmass: 21,0x26,0 Blattmass: 26,3x31,5 Kupferstich aus: Hecatompolis sive Totius Terrarum Oppida Nobiliora Centrum Altkoloriert.
Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR
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2008-07-10 07:53:51
DE FER NICOLAS.
Parigi, 1702. Incisione in rame, coloritura d'epoca con ritocchi recenti, 235x352. Bell'esemplare su carta leggermente ingiallita.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2008-04-08 18:43:39
Leipzig: Joh. Grossii Haeredes, Thom. Fritschium & Frid. Groschuf / Typis Christiani Gozl, 1702. Leipzig: Joh. Grossii Haeredes, Thom. Fritschium & Frid. Groschuf / Typis Christiani Gozl, 1702. Hardcover. Very Good. Quarto. 565 pp. including index. Nine engraved plates, all but one of which is folding. Contemporary vellum. Old institutional bookplate, a nice, very good copy. Text in Latin. A supplemental volume to an annual series of books published from 1682 to 1734 containing surveys of recent advances in science and literature. An attractive copy.
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2008-04-03 18:10:05
Mather, Cotton
Printed for Thomas Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside, London, 1702. [XXX], Folding Map, 1-38, [2], 1-76, [2], 238, [2], 125-222, 100, 88, 118, [4] p., ads. Bound in antique-style spotted calf with a red morocco spine label. The map has been laid down, with the loss of a ¾ x 4 inch section along one fold. Lacking the blank leaf between books five and six, else complete. Two small marginal tears were long ago repaired with a few letters supplied in hand-written facsimile, and there is the odd other marginal tear, not generally affecting text in any way. The head of the first leaf of advertisements is trimmed close, touching the first line of text on the verso. A very good copy of a true cornerstone of American Literature and Americana. "It is the most famous book produced by any American during colonial times. Filled with a vast amount of valuable material it is indispensable to the student of New England history." - Church. HOWES M 391. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Clarel Rare Books [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]
2008-03-31 14:21:48
LONVAL (Le Prieur de) - BAYARD
Paris, Chez Charles Robustel, rue Saint Jacques. 1702 - in 12. Préface 7 ff. + 340 pp + 2 ff privilège du roi. Complet.Plein maroquin marron par Chambolle-Duru, dos à 5 nerfs, titre toutes tranches dorés. Très bel exemplaire - Lazare BOCQUILLET Chamoine d'Avallon qui s'est caché son le non de Prieur de LONVAL [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: BOUQUINERIE SAINT-LAMBERT
2007-09-27 23:31:20
Francofurti ad moenum: impensis Friderici Knochii, typis Martini Jacqueti, 1702. First edition, 4to, pp. [18], 140, 147, [3]; decorated initials, elaborate woodcut head-and tail-pieces throughout; somewhat later half art vellum and paste-paper covered wooden boards, a little chipped and soiled with negligible spotting and browning of text. With the late 19th-C. bookplate of Haverford College mounted to the front pastedown. Two parts in one, the first consisting of the polyglot in double column; the second, a gathering of 43pp. of notes in Hebrew, 11pp. "Buxtorfius in Clave Maforae, " and from pp. 55-147, a Glossarium Linguarum Orientalium Octuplex: Hebraicum, Chaldaicum, Syriacum, Samaritanum, Arabicum, Aethiopicum, Persicum, et Rabbinicum...(with separate title-page) by Andrea Othone. The text, largely derived from the Walton Polyglot (1655-1657) covers the first four chapters of Genesis, and is extremely interesting typographically in its use of exotic types for the eight oriental scripts it utilizes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
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