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2018-12-04 03:33:35
Francis Hare
London: Printed for J. Nutte. Condition: Very Good. First edition, 1705, very good, bound in late 19th century half pebbled dark red morocco and red cloth boards, (4) 74 pp. A contemporary account of the Duke of Marlborough's brilliant strategy to provide relief for Austria during the War of Spanish Succession; the Battle of Blenheim was an overwhelming victory against the French and changed the course of the war. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-30 17:04:26
Johannes Baptiste HOMANN
Norimberga, 1705. Carta geografica di Sicilia, Sardegna e Malta, proposte in un'unica tavola tratta dal "Atlas Novus Terrarum Orbis" edito circa nel 1720. Bisogna risalire alle carte degli antlanti tolemaici per ritrovare le due isole maggiori rappresentate in un'unica tavola. Il disegno delle isole non è aggiornato e segue il modello del Magini dal quale riprende gran parte della toponomastica. Molto decorativi i grandi cartigli, con le figure allegoriche della vendemmia e mietitura, con accanto Vulcano; in basso, a destra, si trova la veduta di Catania prima del terremoto, e a destra La Valletta presentata da un cavaliere dell'Ordine di Malta. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in perfette condizioni. Johann Baptist Homann's well-engraved map of Sicily, Sardinia and Malta has a large decorative title cartouche. With ships in the sea and an inset of Valetta in lower right and Catania with mount Etna lower left. Johann Baptist Homann (1663-1724) was a German engraver and publisher, who established himself and his family as perhaps the most famous German map publishers. Following his death in 1724, the business continued under the name Homann Heirs. L. Dufour - A. La Gumina, "Imago Siciliae", p. 171; Sicilia 1477-1861 - La collezione Spagnolo- Patermo, n. 175 532 495mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-11-30 15:11:42
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-30 07:06:19
Laurence Echard
1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-28 15:30:46
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-27 02:55:10
Sammelband: A Sermon Preach'd Before King Charles II on the Fast (Appointed Jan 30.) For the Erecrable Murder of His Royal Father. By Robert South Printed for Eliz Sawbridge, London Undated. [1705] First edition. Uncommon. ESTC T142938. [4], 5-28p. Frontis portrait of King Charles by Vander Gucht. Fast-day sermon from the restoration preached by the Royalist and clergyman Robert South (1634-1716). Religion and Allegiance: In Two Sermons, Preach'd Before the King's Majesty. The One, on the 4th July, An. 1627, at Outlands. The Other, on the 29th of July, the Same Year, at Alderton. By Roger Maynwaring Reprinted for John Baker, London 1709 Second edition. Uncommon. ESTC T46704. [2], 3-40p. Roger Maynwaring (1590-1653) was impeached by the commons for these sermons, which resulted in their repression, his imprisonment, and a fine of £1,000. The two sermon's [Maynwaring] delivered "at Oatlands on 4 July 1627 and at Alderton on 29 July attracted both controversy and the enthusiastic approval of Charles I...[They] appeared in August, contained much commonly accepted divine right theory...However, the sermons transgressed the boundaries of that thinking in two respects: instead of vague generalizations they applied theory to particular circumstances and policies, and they extended the religious obligation of obedience in such a way as to ignore the claims of common law and parliamentary precedent." - ODNB The Perils of False Brethren, Both in Church and State: Set Forth in a Sermon Preach'd Before the Right honourable the Lord-Mayor, Aldermen and Citizen's of London, at the Cathedr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blueberry Books Bookseller [Bradford-on-Avon, GB]
2018-11-21 23:24:24
Nach der letzten Römischen Sixtiner Edition Übers. durch C. Ulenberg. Mit 1 (von 2) Frontispizen und zahlr. Textholzschnitten von E. Porzel nach J. J. Sandrart. 3 Teile in 1 Band. Endters Sohn u. Erben, Bamberg 1705]. 29,5 x 23,5 cm. 17 (von 19) Blatt, 956, 396, 368 (von 374) Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln und vier Bünden mit Messingecken und zwei Messingschließenbändern (Vorsätze erneuert. Titelblatt und Frontispiz zum AT fehlt. Die letzten Seiten vom NT fehlen. In Teil zwei sind die Seiten 175-255 beschädigt und mit Textverlust). Eine der zahlreichen Ausgaben der geschätzten katholischen Bibelübersetzung von Caspar Ulenberg, die zuerst 1630 in Köln veröffentlicht wurde. In der Bearbeitung von Mainzer Gelehrten fand die Übersetzung als »Katholische Mainzische Bibel« weite Verbreitung. Enthält die bereits 1641 von Endters verwandten Holzschnittillustrationen von Sandrart. Vgl. BMC Bible 199, Schmidt 384ff und Graesse I, 379.- Leider fehlt das Titelblatt und einige Seiten. Sehr schön ist der Einband!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schaper [Hamburg, Germany]
2018-11-19 23:14:32
LORENZ DE, RADA Francisco.
Madrid, D. Martinez Abad, 1705. in-folio, pp. (10, compresa antiporta figurata), 622, legatura del XIX secolo in mezza pelle e angoli, fregi, titolo e iniziali di antico possessore (''I.M.R.''), impresse in oro al dorso. Magnifico antiporta allegorico, titolo in rosso e nero entro cornice silografica; completo di 61 tavole f.t. raffiguranti personaggi in combattimento inseriti entro complesse strutture geometriche, che vengono riproposte ed ingrandite nella metà inferiore delle tavole per calcolare le distanze tra i duellanti, angoli e inclinazioni. Prima edizione del terzo e ultimo volume, volendo a se stante, dell'opera ''Nobleza de la espada, cuyo esplendor se expressa en tres libros''. Si tratta dell'opera spagnola dedicata alla scherma più completa. Esemplare con restauro al margine esterno del titolo, antiporta rinforzato e con antichi segni a penna, antichi restauri ai margini degli ultimi due ff. Pardoel 1559. En Garde 21. Thimm p. 235. Vigeant p. 108 and Castle p. XXIII. Palau VII, 675: ''Esta obra es la màsextensa de esgrima espanola''. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-11-17 22:08:33
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-17 15:46:46
Jean Baptiste Morvan de Bellegarde
London: Geo Strahan, 1705. A scarce work. With a preface by the translator, 'giving an account of the author and some peculiar things in his writings; of the French manner of writing and expresion, compar'd with the English; of the general desire and study of Knowledge in the French ladies, &c. Jean Baptiste Morvan of Ballegarde was an ecclesiastic moralist and religious writer. He was also and avid historian as well as a Greek and Latin translator. He wrote several works on morals, religion and history. CONDITION In a full calf binding with gilt stamping to spine. Externally, worn to the head and tail of spine. Loss to the extremities and to the head and tail of spine. Calf is lifting to front board at head of joint. Rubbing to the extremities. A very small amount of worming to front pastedown. Both hinges are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to front pastedown, Christopher Rowe. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are generally bright considering age. Instances of occasional light spots throughout, heavier to the first and last few pages. Small ink spill to preface affecting one word. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-12 02:06:16
1705. *** See My Other Listings This Week ! ****** HERE OFFERED FOR SALE : A STUNNING, UNIQUE, COMPLETE LARGE SIZE KING JAMES BIBLE !!! WITH ORIGINAL FULL DARK CALF LEATHER "SCOTTISH BINDING" Comprising continuous rectangular gilt rolls separated by continuous arced gilt and floral patterns filling the entire leather surfaces. The spine has a traditional period semi circular mirror pattern to all compartments. The lower board edges have been neatly repaired as has a small area to lower front hinge. BINDING VERY FIRM and INTACT EXTERNALLY and INTERNALLY. THE WORK is 100% COMPLETE in ALL RESPECTS : I. THE KING JAMES BIBLE (OT & NT) by Andrew Anderson, Edinburgh. Printer to the King. II. THE BOOK of PSALMS also by Andrew Anderson. Printer to the King's Excellent Majestie. INTERNALLY - LEAVES are generally bright, crisp & intact. Occasional staining as seen. Blank end papers a bit toned / dusty. Marbled paste downs (no marbled ends - as issued?) The text block is good and square. Gilt / lacquered edges a bit tarnished. Original twin metal clasps intact - though lower front is missing a pin, Lovely old ownership inscriptions of the Forbes family to ffep as seen. Also to NT title facing blank. WOULD MAKE a LOVELY GIFT !!! SIZE : 9 1/2" x 7 1/2" x 2" (Quarto.) WEIGHT is 2kg when very carefully packed. UK is £24.99 by Royal Mail Special Next Day Delivery. Extra will be billed at end of auction. US etc is £24.99 by FULLY TRACKED & INSURED 5 DAY AIRMAIL. OTHERS / OTHER RATES & SPEEDS PLEASE ASK. PLEASE NOTE THAT I NO LONGER SHIP to FORMER USSR, AFRICA or CHINA. &a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: william_cairns_books [Lincoln, Lincolnshire, GB]
2018-11-11 21:53:04
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-10 09:12:11
L'HERITIER, Marie-Jeanne.
Bel exemplaire conservé dans sa reliure de l'époque. Paris, chez la Veuve de Claude Barbin, 1705.In-12 de 1 frontispice, (13) ff., 493 pp., (4) pp., 5 pl. dépliantes de musique. Très légère mouillure en tête. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, quelques discrètes restaurations. Reliure de l'époque.164 x 94 mm. / A very fine copy preserved in its contemporary binding. Paris, chez la Veuve de Claude Barbin, 1705.12mo [164 x 94 mm] of 1 frontispiece, (13) ll., 493 pp., (4) pp., 5 fold. pl. of music. Very light waterstain in the upper part of the pages. Brown calf, spine ribbed and decorated, red morocco lettering piece, a few restorations. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Camille Sourget [Paris, France]
2018-11-07 09:06:07
F Lanckisch
When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Description: F Lanckisch; Martinus Geierus, Constringntiae bibliorum Germanico - hebraico - Graecae, (German, Hebrew, Greek) Deutsche, Hebraische und Griechische Constringntz-Bibel : Zusammengebracht und abgefasset ... Leipzig ; Franckfurth, 1705. Published Leipzig and Frankfurt Johann Heinrich Richtern 1705. Embossed vellum covers with figure at center, raised bands, hand written title on spine (faint). Marbled end papers. Not paginated. 18lbs Martin of London, Los Angeles, CA Measures Approx., 11.5" x 17.5" x 4.5" Condition: Cover has discolorations, darkening, stained, edge wear, heavily rubbed. Bumped corners with some loss to vellum. Loss to top edge of spine. End paper, title page has partially separated from the hinge. Chipping and loss to first several pages including end, title and frontis pages and end papers and pastedown. Some insect holes, foxing. Tight. phb734 We have a fine selection of quality items for sale at Amphora Art & Antiques. International as well as domestic customers are welcome - please contact us with questions regarding shipping or listings, and we will assist you quickly. All items can be inspected in-person or are available for pickup from our large Gardena warehouse with no additional fee or charge. The authenticity of all items listed are guaranteed to be as represented - all efforts are taken to ensure accurate and descriptive condition reports and photographs. We reserve the right to use another shipping carrier other t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amphora_art_antiques [Gardena, California, US]
2018-11-06 18:03:32
1705. "Critica historico-chronologica in Universos annales ecclesiasticos Eminentissimi & Reverendissimi Cæsaris Cardinalis Baronii, in qua rerum narratio defenditur, illustratur, suppletur, ordo temporum corrigitur, innovatur, & periodo Græco-Romana, nunc primu`m concinnata munitur / Tomus tertius, Ab initio Pontificatu^s S. Martini, ad initium Imperii Ottonis Magni, seu ab Anno Christi DCXLIX ad CMLXII. Tomus I-IV.," by Antoine Pagi; Franc¸ois Pagi, Published by Sumptibus Societatis, Antverpiae, 1705.Folio.Size 9 3/4 by 15 1/4". Latin text. Very good condition(006) Refund Policy: We will issue a FULL REFUND, 100% money back if you are not satisfied with your purchase. Items must be returned to us within 20 days in order to receive a refund or replacement. Buyer is responsible for the shipping costs. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution.
Bookseller: MotkaCom (motka) [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-11-03 21:42:48
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-02 20:54:03
Samuel Puffendorf
1705. Baron Samuel von Pufendorf was a German jurist, political philosopher, economist, statesman, and historian. Among his achievements are his commentaries and revisions of the natural law theories of Thomas Hobbes and Hugo Grotius. With a previous owner's bookplate with family crest of 'Ferrars' to verso of front free endpaper with ink inscription beneath. CONDITION Expertly rebound in a quarter calf binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart, lightly rubbed in places. Internally, generally firmly bound, with spotting to some pages. Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-02 20:54:03
Samuel Puffendorf
London: Ben. Motte, 1705. Baron Samuel von Pufendorf was a German jurist, political philosopher, economist, statesman, and historian. Among his achievements are his commentaries and revisions of the natural law theories of Thomas Hobbes and Hugo Grotius. With a previous owner's bookplate with family crest of 'Ferrars' to verso of front free endpaper with ink inscription beneath. CONDITION Expertly rebound in a quarter calf binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart, lightly rubbed in places. Internally, generally firmly bound, with spotting to some pages. Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-31 21:39:00
Laurence Echard
1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-31 21:39:00
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-31 19:32:49
Bibel -] Caspar David Ulrich (Hg.) Johann Rudolf Holzhalb, Georg David Nessenthaler (Ill.)
1705. 2 (41,5 x 27,5 cm), Altes Testament, 1. Teil: Titelbl. des Tafelwerks m. gestochenes Vignette, Titelbl., 1 gestochene Taf. (von Jo. Rudolf Holzhalb), 2 Bl. Zueignung m. Kupferstich (dito), 11 Bl. Zueignung, Vorrede, Kurze Anzeige, Zeitrechnung, Register, 22 S. Heilsamer Unterricht von der Vortrefflichkeit des Göttlichen Worts [...] von J. C. Ulrich, 292, 130 u. 146 S. 2. Teil: gestochenes Frontispiz (von J. R. Holzhalb), Titelbl., 182, 66, 118 S. - die beiden Teile m. 30 gestochenen Taf. (gezeichnet von Georg David Nessenthaler), 3 gestochene Falttaf (Karte Delineatio und Beschreibung Palaestinae [...], [Götze Moloch Synedrium u. a.], [Tempel Ezechiel u. a.]) Neues Testament: Titelbl. des Tafelwerks m. gestochener Vignette, 371 S., m. 30 gestochenen Taf. (gezeichnet von G. D. Nessenthaler), 1 gest. Faltkarte (Land-Charte über die Reysen der H. Apostel [...]), nach S. 154 2 Bl. Beschreibung der Stadt Jerusalem u. 1 gestochene Falttaf. (Abriss der Stadt Jerusalem [...] u. a.), Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln auf 6 Bünden, Goldpräg. a. Rücken u. Deckeln, Rundum-Farbschnitt, Vordere Rückenkanten geplatzt, Kopf etw. läd., Deckel etw. kratzspurig, Schnitte etw. abgegriffen, Schliessen fehlen, flieg. Vs. randrissig u. tlw. löchrig, Besitzereintrag a. Vakatbl., erstes Titelbl. des Tafelwerks lose, tlw. etw. stockfl., die Tafeln des Alten Testaments nicht in ihrer Reihenfolge eingebunden, einige Falttaf. in den Falzen bzw. im Bund rissig allg. gutes Ex. Zweispaltiger Druck. Die von Georg David Nessenthaler separat erschienenen gestochenen Tafeln eingebunden. - Johann Caspar Ulri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2018-10-27 21:35:30
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-23 07:24:37
Pierre MORTIER (1661 - 1711)
1705. Bellissima grande veduta panoramica a volo d'uccello della città incisa da Bastian Stoopendal. Esemplare tratto dal primo volume del "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie" pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5 e nel 1724, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Baleu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande "libro delle città", manchevole delle piante di gran parte della parte settentrionale della penisola. Il Blaeu, durante la sua lunga attività editoriale pubblica tre volumi sulle città italiane. Nel 1663 i primi tre, suddivisi in Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli e Sicilia. Alla sua morte i suoi eredi danno alla luce altri due volumi datati 1682 incentrati sulle città del Piemonte e della Savoia, poi ristampati da altri editori nel 1693 e 1697. Il francese Pierre Mortier pubblica una ristampa nel 1704/5, intitolata "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie". L'opera è in quattro volumi e comprende le lastre del Blaeu, ritoccate e modificate in piccola parte, integrate dall'aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe di proprio disegno, raffiguranti le città della parte settentrionale della penisola, racchiuse nel primo volume dell'opera. L'atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese ed olandese. La particolarità che differenzia le due edizioni di Blaeu e Mortier è rappresentata dal fatto che il testo non è al verso della singola mappa (che quindi è bianca nel retro), ma si trova all'inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell'opera diede origine ad un'ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts ed edita nel 1724/5. Incisione in rame, in buono stato … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-21 01:52:27
[Daniel Defoe]
London: Not Stated. Bound together with the first edition of his Reply to a Pamphlet. Volume II of eventual VIII under the broader title of Review, although each volume stands alone and all are incredibly scarce. Known holdings for this volume are the British Library and Trinity College Cambridge. Collated: Volume complete of itself despite errors in pagination. Pamphlet to rear is also complete and first state with curved brackets and line 11 reading 'quiet' to page 24. (ESTC P1863, ESTC T56960) This volume of Defoe's Review collects the four page weekly issues of the periodical together with a dated title page, preface and index. Bound together from unsold original weekly issues which were continuously paginated. This is evident in the varying paper and type quality throughout as well as numerous errors in pagination as standard. The pagination and issue numbers began anew for Volume II, starting on Tuesday, February 27 1705. Volume II runs from February to December 1705 in 127 parts. Defoe's Review is one of the earliest examples of the political periodical which became popular in the 18th century. In the aftermath of a century of political upheaval and Civil War, political writing would be at the forefront of literature, resulting in the beginning of publications such as The Spectator and The Examiner, and from it the success of authors such as Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift. Defoe's Review was an early innovator in the field, publishing a regular political essay and discussion on current affairs, and set the standard for the periodical style that was to come. It is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-21 01:52:27
[Daniel Defoe]
London: Not Stated. Bound together with the first edition of his Reply to a Pamphlet. Volume II of eventual VIII under the broader title of Review, although each volume stands alone and all are incredibly scarce. Known holdings for this volume are the British Library and Trinity College Cambridge. Collated: Volume complete of itself despite errors in pagination. Pamphlet to rear is also complete and first state with curved brackets and line 11 reading 'quiet' to page 24. (ESTC P1863, ESTC T56960) This volume of Defoe's Review collects the four page weekly issues of the periodical together with a dated title page, preface and index. Bound together from unsold original weekly issues which were continuously paginated. This is evident in the varying paper and type quality throughout as well as numerous errors in pagination as standard. The pagination and issue numbers began anew for Volume II, starting on Tuesday, February 27 1705. Volume II runs from February to December 1705 in 127 parts. Defoe's Review is one of the earliest examples of the political periodical which became popular in the 18th century. In the aftermath of a century of political upheaval and Civil War, political writing would be at the forefront of literature, resulting in the beginning of publications such as The Spectator and The Examiner, and from it the success of authors such as Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift. Defoe's Review was an early innovator in the field, publishing a regular political essay and discussion on current affairs, and set the standard for the periodical style that was to come. It is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-20 14:41:43
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-19 21:44:14
London: Taylor & Francis. Condition: Very Good. Former Library books. Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Better World Books Ltd [Dunfermline, GB]
2018-10-18 21:03:19
Dionysio Gothofredo Jc
Lipsia: Book is in good conditions for age and use,please take a look at pictures,thanks. Hello today for sell this Civil Law 1705 Corpus Juris Civilis Romani Dionysio Gothofredo Jc. Ancient Book, in good conditions for age and use,please take a look at pictures.For any other info or questions,please contact me.Thanks for looking and happy bidding. BOO001. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: STYLA [riga, riga, LV]
2018-10-17 21:38:33
Johannes Baptiste HOMANN (1663 - 1724)
1705. "Carta geografica di Sicilia, Sardegna e Malta, proposte in un'unica tavola tratta dal ""Atlas Novus Terrarum Orbis"" edito circa nel 1720. Bisogna risalire alle carte degli antlanti tolemaici per ritrovare le due isole maggiori rappresentate in un'unica tavola. Il disegno delle isole non è aggiornato e segue il modello del Magini dal quale riprende gran parte della toponomastica. Molto decorativi i grandi cartigli, con le figure allegoriche della vendemmia e mietitura, con accanto Vulcano; in basso, a destra, si trova la veduta di Catania prima del terremoto, e a destra La Valletta presentata da un cavaliere dell'Ordine di Malta. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in perfette condizioni." Johann Baptist Homann's well-engraved map of Sicily, Sardinia and Malta has a large decorative title cartouche. With ships in the sea and an inset of Valetta in lower right and Catania with mount Etna lower left. Johann Baptist Homann (1663-1724) was a German engraver and publisher, who established himself and his family as perhaps the most famous German map publishers. Following his death in 1724, the business continued under the name Homann Heirs. " L. Dufour - A. La Gumina, ""Imago Siciliae"", p. 171; Sicilia 1477-1861 - La collezione Spagnolo- Patermo, n. 175"
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-12 21:38:47
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-11 14:35:35
FER (Nicolas de).
Paris, chez l'auteur, s.d. [vers 1705-1711]. In-folio oblong, 196 ff. gravés soit 20 ff. dont le catalogue, le titre, l'introduction à la fortification (9 pl., 6 ff. de texte), le Canal de Maintenon (3 pl.), suivi de 167 plans et vues de villes fortifiées de France, des Pays-Bas, d'Allemagne, d'Europe de l'Est, d'Italie, d'Espagne, d'Afrique du Nord (la planche 97 n'existe pas), 2 ff. de table plus 8 pl. ajoutées non mentionnées dans la table. Numérotation des planches et quelques annotations à la plume du début du XVIIIe siècle. Pâle mouillure marginale à une dizaine de planches en fin d'ouvrage sans atteinte à la gravure, quelques-unes légèrement jaunies, marque de pliures à 3 feuillets ( catalogue, titre et table). Pleine basane de l'époque, dos à nerfs ornés de caissons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Un mors fendu, une coiffe arasée avec manque de cuir, coins usés, frottements. Reliure de l'époque. Célèbre atlas des villes fortifiées de France, Pays-Bas, Allemagne, Autriche, Italie, Espagne de Nicolas de Fer, cartographe et marchand de cartes et d'estampes, qui fut géographe ordinaire du Roi et des Enfants de France. Il fut publié pour la première fois en huit livraisons, de 1690 à 1695.Lexemplaire est complet de toutes les planches requises par la table, ( le plan de Saint-Omer, de plus petit format, provient d'un autre exemplaire ) Détails des cartes, plans et vues des villes fortifiées de France (36 pl.), des Pays-Bas (40 pl. ), d'Allemagne (42 pl.), d'Italie (21 pl.), d'Espagne (17 pl.) et d'ailleurs : Göttembourg, Belgrade, Constantinop … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran [France, Rouen]
2018-10-11 12:44:17
[Daniel Defoe]
London: Not Stated. Bound together with the first edition of his Reply to a Pamphlet. Volume II of eventual VIII under the broader title of Review, although each volume stands alone and all are incredibly scarce. Known holdings for this volume are the British Library and Trinity College Cambridge. Collated: Volume complete of itself despite errors in pagination. Pamphlet to rear is also complete and first state with curved brackets and line 11 reading 'quiet' to page 24. (ESTC P1863, ESTC T56960) This volume of Defoe's Review collects the four page weekly issues of the periodical together with a dated title page, preface and index. Bound together from unsold original weekly issues which were continuously paginated. This is evident in the varying paper and type quality throughout as well as numerous errors in pagination as standard. The pagination and issue numbers began anew for Volume II, starting on Tuesday, February 27 1705. Volume II runs from February to December 1705 in 127 parts. Defoe's Review is one of the earliest examples of the political periodical which became popular in the 18th century. In the aftermath of a century of political upheaval and Civil War, political writing would be at the forefront of literature, resulting in the beginning of publications such as The Spectator and The Examiner, and from it the success of authors such as Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift. Defoe's Review was an early innovator in the field, publishing a regular political essay and discussion on current affairs, and set the standard for the periodical style that was to come. It is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-11 12:44:17
[Daniel Defoe]
London: Not Stated. Bound together with the first edition of his Reply to a Pamphlet. Volume II of eventual VIII under the broader title of Review, although each volume stands alone and all are incredibly scarce. Known holdings for this volume are the British Library and Trinity College Cambridge. Collated: Volume complete of itself despite errors in pagination. Pamphlet to rear is also complete and first state with curved brackets and line 11 reading 'quiet' to page 24. (ESTC P1863, ESTC T56960) This volume of Defoe's Review collects the four page weekly issues of the periodical together with a dated title page, preface and index. Bound together from unsold original weekly issues which were continuously paginated. This is evident in the varying paper and type quality throughout as well as numerous errors in pagination as standard. The pagination and issue numbers began anew for Volume II, starting on Tuesday, February 27 1705. Volume II runs from February to December 1705 in 127 parts. Defoe's Review is one of the earliest examples of the political periodical which became popular in the 18th century. In the aftermath of a century of political upheaval and Civil War, political writing would be at the forefront of literature, resulting in the beginning of publications such as The Spectator and The Examiner, and from it the success of authors such as Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift. Defoe's Review was an early innovator in the field, publishing a regular political essay and discussion on current affairs, and set the standard for the periodical style that was to come. It is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-10 11:28:48
Husson Pierre Den Haag
Artist: Husson Pierre Den Haag; issued in: The Hague; date: ca, 1705. - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; - condition: Some restorations along the orig. outline colours; - size (in cm): 50 x 42; - description : Map shows Gibraltar and its surrounding with detailed representation of rivers and forests. On the upper map a total view of Gibraltar. Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula. In 1704, during the War of the Spanish Succession, a combined Anglo-Dutch fleet, representing the Grand Alliance, captured the town of Gibraltar on behalf of the Archduke Charles of Austria in his campaign to become King of Spain. The occupation of the town by Alliance forces caused the exodus of the population to the surrounding area of the Campo de Gibraltar.As the Alliance's campaign faltered, the 1713 Treaty of Utrecht was negotiated and ceded control of Gibraltar to Britain to secure Britain's withdrawal from the war. Unsuccessful attempts by Spanish monarchs to regain Gibraltar were made with the siege of 1727 and again with the Great Siege of Gibraltar (1779 to 1783), during the American War of Independence.Gibraltar became a key base for the Royal Navy and played an important role prior to the Battle of Trafalgar.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-10-10 06:10:28
Purmanni, Matthaeus
Frankfurt: Rohrlach. Condition: Good. First printing, 1705. Thick quarto, original glazed brown paper-covered boards, double page frontispiece showing a portrait of the author on the left and a man hammering up a sign to a palm tree on the right, title page in red and black, pp. (24), 784, 296 + 24 pp. Register. All 12 engraved plates present as called for, some of them bound in other places than stated in the printer's directions. Boards worn and rubbed, spine practically gone, front flyleaf half clipped off, contents good to very good, outer leaves showing some rounding and dog-ears, light worming to a few pages in the upper outer corner, light tanning and foxing throughout, occasional marginalia and annotations in an old brown ink, old ownership inscription to verso of flyleaf dated 1760. Possibly lacking 2 leaves of the index at rear, as OCLC indicates 28 pp. index as opposed to 24. Will need to be rebound. From the NCBI website: Matthaus Gottfried Purmann (1649-1711), born in Lublin, living 26 years in Wroclaw contributed considerably to the development of the German surgery. Purmann was a surgeon who established his position in the history of medicine not thanks to introducing of new surgical methods but mainly thanks to improving and describing of the surgical techniques used. He successfully performed complicated surgical operations i.e. Caesarean section, trepanation, tracheotomy, aneurysm resection. He was the author of several studies in the field of surgery. Since the editions of his works were limited they are a rarity now. Matthaus Gottfried Purmann achieved g … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Caliban Books [Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-10-07 13:52:59
Samuel Puffendorf
London: Ben. Motte, 1705. Baron Samuel von Pufendorf was a German jurist, political philosopher, economist, statesman, and historian. Among his achievements are his commentaries and revisions of the natural law theories of Thomas Hobbes and Hugo Grotius. With a previous owner's bookplate with family crest of 'Ferrars' to verso of front free endpaper with ink inscription beneath. CONDITION Expertly rebound in a quarter calf binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart, lightly rubbed in places. Internally, generally firmly bound, with spotting to some pages. Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-07 02:30:12
Ohne Autorenangabe:
Leipzig Frankfurt, Friderici Knochii - Frederici Gleditschii - Gleditsch/ Knoch, 1705, 1705. Editio omnium novissima 100 Seiten plus 148, 1871, 1023, 455, 329 Spalten 4°, Leder 5 Bünde, blindgeprägtes Leder, gestochenes Frontispiz - Kaiser Leopold I., 2 Metall-Verschlüsse, einige Seiten gering fleckig, einige Seiten fachmännisch restauriert, sonst guter Zustand Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchseite [Wien, WIEN, Austria]
2018-10-07 02:20:05
Ohne Autorenangabe:
Leipzig Frankfurt, Friderici Knochii - Frederici Gleditschii - Gleditsch/ Knoch, 1705, 1705. Editio omnium novissima 100 Seiten plus 148, 1871, 1023, 455, 329 Spalten 4°, Leder 5 Bünde, blindgeprägtes Leder, gestochenes Frontispiz - Kaiser Leopold I., 2 Metall-Verschlüsse, einige Seiten etwas fleckig, durchgehend etwas stockfleckig, die Seiten 307 bis 331 mit kleinen scheinbar brandlöckern, einige Seiten fachmännisch restauriert, sonst guter Zustand Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchseite [Wien, WIEN, Austria]
2018-10-06 07:01:20
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. CONDITION In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-03 22:08:19
EUCLID
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "The laws of nature are but the mathematical thoughts of God" - Euclid A rare and important study on the theories of Euclid. These theories include ancient Greek ideas on mathematics, particularly geometry. This book deals with practices in mathematics, such as finding and using square and cubic measures, as well as finding geometric angles of quadrilaterals. According to many mathematicians, this work is "the most influential book of mathematics of all time." This 1705 edition was published in Amsterdam by Henric Coets. It features various geometric drawings and illustrations throughout. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-03 22:08:18
Jean Baptiste Morvan de Bellegarde
London: Geo Strahan, 1705. A scarce work. With a preface by the translator, 'giving an account of the author and some peculiar things in his writings; of the French manner of writing and expresion, compar'd with the English; of the general desire and study of Knowledge in the French ladies, &c. Jean Baptiste Morvan of Ballegarde was an ecclesiastic moralist and religious writer. He was also and avid historian as well as a Greek and Latin translator. He wrote several works on morals, religion and history. CONDITION In a full calf binding with gilt stamping to spine. Externally, worn to the head and tail of spine. Loss to the extremities and to the head and tail of spine. Calf is lifting to front board at head of joint. Rubbing to the extremities. A very small amount of worming to front pastedown. Both hinges are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to front pastedown, Christopher Rowe. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are generally bright considering age. Instances of occasional light spots throughout, heavier to the first and last few pages. Small ink spill to preface affecting one word. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-03 07:09:11
Denis Petau
Antwerpiæ: Georgium Gallet, 1705. Three volumes, folio, pp. [48], 568 (i.e. 570 - pp. 471-72 repeated in the pagination), [8]; [12], 536; [8], 364; title pages printed in red and black, engraved device on title pages of volume I and II, woodcut device on title of volume III, engraved portrait frontispiece, woodcut head- and tailpieces, ornaments, and initials, woodcut diagrams (largely astronomical and mostly in the first volume), tables throughout; occasional mild dampstains largely confined to the fore- and bottom margins, tear in the fore-margin of 2L1 in volume I entering text (no loss), paper flaw in 2T4 in volume II just touching text, tears in the bottom margin of 2Y3 and 2Y4 in volume III; a pretty nice copy in contemporary full calf neatly rebacked to style, red and black labels lettered in gilt on spines, sprinkled edges and the fore-edges decorated with a faint picket-fence design. Volume I is apparently the second issue. Pétau (1583-1652), also known as Dionysius Petavius, was a French Jesuit theologian, and one of the most brilliant scholars in a learned age. In the words of my friend and colleague, Ed Glaser: "A staggering work on sidereal astronomy and the calculations of the calendar. First published in far less detailed fashion in 1627, the first part deals with the calendars of the ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Macedonians, Persians, Hebrews, and others. The second part examines different historical eras, celebrated eclipses, a chronology of the reigns of the Caesars, and the birth of Christ. The Uranologian contains Greek astronomical and chronological texts … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-10-02 23:16:39
De Fer Nicolas edit. & Van Loon inc.
1705. Raffigurazione geografica del territorio nord americano in particolare di Canada o Nouvelle France ed una parte degli Stati Uniti (Florida, Carolaina, Luisiana, Virginia...). Interessante evidenziare come l'estensione del Canada venga aumentata, verso sud, a discapito dei territori delle colonie inglesi.
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio [IT]
2018-10-02 08:49:21
Francois Fenelon
A La Haye: Chez Adrien Motjens, 1705. Condition: Good binding. 16mo. An early copy of the Avantures de Telemaque, Fils d'Ulysse, or the "Adventures of Telemachus, son of Ulysses." Written by Francois Fenelon while he was tutor of Louis, Duke of Burgundy, specifically for the purpose of teaching certain morals to the young 'Fils de France.' Text in French. Two volumes in one; divisional title page for Tome II; pagination and collation reset at the beginning of Tome II. Title pages in black and red; with seventeen engraved plates throughout. Some offsetting to the type of signature Bb, suggesting the leaves were sewn in before they were dry; previous owners' names in ink on the rear flyleaves and first title page; lacking endpapers. [26], 272, [2], 328 pp. Full leather, with raised bands, leather label, and tooling in gilt in compartments.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2018-09-30 21:28:58
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-09-29 14:34:02
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-09-28 20:55:09
Sammelband: A Sermon Preach'd Before King Charles II on the Fast (Appointed Jan 30.) For the Erecrable Murder of His Royal Father. By Robert South Printed for Eliz Sawbridge, London Undated. [1705] First edition. Uncommon. ESTC T142938. [4], 5-28p. Frontis portrait of King Charles by Vander Gucht. Fast-day sermon from the restoration preached by the Royalist and clergyman Robert South (1634-1716). Religion and Allegiance: In Two Sermons, Preach'd Before the King's Majesty. The One, on the 4th July, An. 1627, at Outlands. The Other, on the 29th of July, the Same Year, at Alderton. By Roger Maynwaring Reprinted for John Baker, London 1709 Second edition. Uncommon. ESTC T46704. [2], 3-40p. Roger Maynwaring (1590-1653) was impeached by the commons for these sermons, which resulted in their repression, his imprisonment, and a fine of £1,000. The two sermon's [Maynwaring] delivered "at Oatlands on 4 July 1627 and at Alderton on 29 July attracted both controversy and the enthusiastic approval of Charles I...[They] appeared in August, contained much commonly accepted divine right theory...However, the sermons transgressed the boundaries of that thinking in two respects: instead of vague generalizations they applied theory to particular circumstances and policies, and they extended the religious obligation of obedience in such a way as to ignore the claims of common law and parliamentary precedent." - ODNB The Perils of False Brethren, Both in Church and State: Set Forth in a Sermon Preach'd Before the Right honourable the Lord-Mayor, Aldermen and Citizen's of London, at the Cathedr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blueberry Books Bookseller [Bradford-on-Avon, GB]
2018-09-28 16:12:06
F Lanckisch
Leipzig and Frankfurt: Johann Heinrich Richtern, 1705. For a condition report of this listing, please view our item description and photos below. Please contact us with any inquiries or questions. Description: F Lanckisch; Martinus Geierus, Concordantiae bibliorum Germanico - hebraico - Graecae, (German, Hebrew, Greek) Deutsche, Hebraische und Griechische Concordantz-Bibel : Zusammengebracht und abgefasset ... Leipzig ; Franckfurth, 1705. Published Leipzig and Frankfurt Johann Heinrich Richtern 1705. Embossed vellum covers with figure at center, raised bands, hand written title on spine (faint). Marbled end papers. Not paginated. 18lbs Martin of London, Los Angeles, CA Measures Approx., 11.5" x 17.5" x 4.5" Condition: Cover has discolorations, darkening, stained, edge wear, heavily rubbed. Bumped corners with some loss to vellum. Loss to top edge of spine. End paper, title page has partially separated from the hinge. Chipping and loss to first several pages including end, title and frontis pages and end papers and pastedown. Some insect holes, foxing. Tight. phb734 We have a fine selection of quality items for sale at Amphora Art & Antiques. International as well as domestic customers are welcome - please contact us with questions regarding shipping or listings, and we will assist you quickly. All items can be inspected in-person or are available for pickup from our large Gardena warehouse with no additional fee or charge. The authenticity of all items listed are guaranteed to be as represented - all efforts are taken to ensure accurate and descriptive condition reports and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amphora_art_antiques [Gardena, California, US]
2018-09-28 13:52:47
Samuel Puffendorf
London: Ben. Motte, 1705. Baron Samuel von Pufendorf was a German jurist, political philosopher, economist, statesman, and historian. Among his achievements are his commentaries and revisions of the natural law theories of Thomas Hobbes and Hugo Grotius. With a previous owner's bookplate with family crest of 'Ferrars' to verso of front free endpaper with ink inscription beneath. Expertly rebound in a quarter calf binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart, lightly rubbed in places. Internally, generally firmly bound, with spotting to some pages. Overall Condition: Very Good Indeed.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-09-27 21:35:35
Laurence Echard
London: W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. All four volumes are incredibly scarce, even more so as a set. With the sixth edition of volume I, fourth edition of volume II, and the first editions of volumes III and IV. With an illustrated frontispiece and to the first three volumes and a red and black title page to all volumes. With the bookplate of famous sportsman, soldier and politician William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney to the first volume. Laurence Echard was a British historian and his Roman History series was incredibly popular. These four volumes span the vast history from the 'building of the city' to the taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Echard is also known for his The History of England series. In uniform full calf bindings. Externally, generally smart with heavy rubbing to the spines, joints and extremities. Small loss to the tail of the spine to volume III. Small loss to the head of spine to all volumes. Volumes III and IV are lacking the numbered spine labels. Prior owner's notations to the front endpaper to volume IV and to the rear endpaper of volume I. Both hinges to all volumes are slightly strained but firm. Prior owner's bookplate to the front of volume I, William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney. Another prior owner's signature to the front pastedown of volume II. Internally, all volumes are generally firmly bound. Pages are somewhat age toned with spotting throughout. Overall Condition: Good.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
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