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2015-08-04 22:22:03
MAUNDRELL Henri
� Utrecht: Chez Guillaume van Poolsum, 1705. à Utrecht: Chez Guillaume van Poolsum, 1705. Fine. Chez Guillaume van Poolsum, à Utrecht 1705, In 12 (9x15cm), (10) 251pp., relié. - Reprint of the first edition published in French in 1704, rare, illustrated with 9 figures including 5 folding plates of Mount Tabor, Baalbek, cisterns of Solomon ... A Paris edition will also be published in 1705 The first edition English Date from 1703 to Oxford.Pleine sheepskin blond rooted posterior (c. 1790). Smooth back features 5 irons and repeated roulette. Head cover torn off. Émoussés.Aumônier two corners of the English Levant Company in Aleppo, Maundrell performed a pilgrimage to Jerusalem in 1696 along with 14 co-religionists. The narrative follows the form of a daily newspaper. Travelers passing through Lebanon and Syria, and Maundrell reports the first description of Baalbek known by the English and gives other descriptions of famous sites: Sidon, Palmyra, Tyre. The author focuses particularly on the premises of the Old Testament around Jerusalem, Samaria, Dead Sea, Nazareth ... --- 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] Réimpression de l'édition originale française parue en 1704, rare, illustrée de 9 figures dont 5 planches dépliantes du Mont Thabor, de Baalbek, des citernes de Salomon... Une édition parisienne sera également publiée en 1705. L'édition originale anglaise date de 1703 à Oxford. Reliure en pleine basane blonde racinée postérieure (c. 17 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2015-08-02 11:37:56
Edward, Earl of Clarendon
Oxford, Printed at the Theater, 1705. Full-Leather. Good/No Jacket. First two volumes in paneled calf, third volume rebound with new boards retaining original backstrip, second volume lacks final text page, front board of vol. 1 and both boards of vol. 2 cracked and loose at joint, boards rubbed, 1/2 inch chip from leather spine label of vol. 1. 1705 Full-Leather. xxv, 288, [2], 289-720; [viii], [1]-466, [2], 467-752; xiv, 364, [2], 365-773, [73] pp. Volume 1 is a 1705 printing, volumes 2 & 3 are 1706. Immense index follows text of third volume. ESTC T53940, N9850, T147811. An account of the English Civil War, the first comprehensive work on the topic, written by one of its key players who was subsequently banished. Originally written from 1646 to 1648, the author later combined it with his autobiography and updated it to include events since 1644. David Hume provided a critical but ultimately positive review of the work some fifty years after its initial publication from 1702-1704: "This age affords great materials for history; but did not produce any accomplished historian. Clarendon, however, will always be esteemed an entertaining writer, even independent of our curiosity to know the facts, which he relates. His style is prolix and redundant, and suffocates us by the length of its periods: But it discovers imagination and sentiment, and pleases us at the same time that we disapprove of it. He is more partial in appearance than in reality: For he seems perpetually anxious to apologize for the king; but his apologies are often well grounded. He is less partial in his re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Yesterday's Muse, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA [Webster, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-07-23 11:36:16
JAILLOT, Alexis-Hubert.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2015-07-22 11:20:06
JOSEPH I., Kaiser (1678 - 1711). - Huldi
4 Schabkunstblätter von El.Chr. Heiss, um 1705, je 33,5 x 23,5 cm. Thieme-Becker Bd. XVI, S. 318 als Ergänzung zu Le Blanc: "Zu nennen sind ... die allegor(ischen) Huldigungsblätter auf die Kaiser Leopold I. und Joseph I."- Vorhanden:1. "Omen Primum Genethliacum ... Natalitio Leonis Sidere Depromptum." Unter dem Zodiak-Sternbild des Löwen Ansicht der Stadt Wien, davor die Allegorie der "Austria" mit Wappen und Wiege, auf Wolken die Gottesmutter mit Kind. Im ornamentalen Rund (ebenso die folgenden). 2. "Omen Secundum ... ex ... JOSEPHI Nomine". Ein Genius beansprucht zwei Erdkreise, denn "Unus non sufficit orbis": römischer Kaiser (=Buchstabe "J" als Szepter) und spanischer König (=Buchstabe "O" für "orbis"), darüber Fama. 3. "Omen Tertium ... ex ... Josephi Symbolo, Olifero, Gladio, cum Lemmate: Amore et Timore" (=Ölbaum als Friedenssymbol, wofür er geliebt, Waffen als Kriegssymbol, wofür er gefürchtet wird). 4. "Omen Quintum Imperiale": Kaiserkrone, zwei Königskronen (Ungarn, Böhmen), Herzogshut und Reichsadler mit Waage (clementia/iustitia = Milde/Gerechtigkeit). - Alle Blätter mit den Originalrändern um die Plattenkanten, dort z.T. Altersspuren.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2015-07-21 20:00:48
Marchand Ch.
Nuremberg ca Very good. Map shows the city and the bay of Gibraltar and an insert map of the street of Gibraltar in the year of 1705, original colored, Copper print, 32 x 40.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG
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2015-06-08 06:48:15
MORTIER Pierre
Bella pianta della città di Mirandola in b.n., incisa in rame (cm. 53,2 x 45,5) e sotto passe - partout, con cornice (cm. 76 x 65,7). Mortier, editore attivo ad Amsterdam all?inizio del XVIII secolo, ristampò il ?Theatrum Civitatum...Italiae? di Blaeu del 1663 (che comprendeva soltanto lo Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli e Sicilia.), aggiungendovi un quarto volume dedicato al nord Italia e Toscana. Questa pianta di Mirandola è tratta dalla ristampa del 1704 / 5, intitolata ?Nouveau Theatre de l?Italie?. Molto ben conservata.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2015-06-06 17:35:00
[MAGNETISM] HALLEY, Edmund.
London: for Jeffrey Wale and John Senex, 1705. Octavo, with four plates and a folding map, in recent half calf. Collected papers of celebrated astronomer and theoretical scientist Edmund Halley, including a significant world map marked with trade winds and variations of the compass.A wide range of subjects are treated in this first volume of the Miscellanea Curiosa (including the tides, magnetism, light, acoustics and gravity). Of particular interest is the paper titled An Historical Account of the Trade Winds and Monsoons, observable in the Seas between and near the Tropicks, with an attempt to assign the Physical Cause of the said Winds. It is accompanied by a folding map of the world marked with both the prevailing wind currents and magnetic variations. Halley had previously published significant global charts of the trade winds (1686) and magnetic variation (1702); here he combines the assembled data for presentation in a single compact chart.Although a man of science with limited naval experience, Halley was appointed captain of the first English scientific expedition. The Paramour departed in 1698, tasked with collecting magnetic and meteorological observations from the South Atlantic. William Dampier's departure in the Roebuck followed within months (he sailed from England in January 1699), and the interests of the two men overlapped in numerous respects. Dampier admired Halley's work, and his "Discourse on the Trade Winds" published in 1699 contained a map of similar design to Halley's earlier work. The extent of Halley's influence remains a matter of scholarly deba … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House [Australia]
2015-05-19 09:21:21
HEBREW BIBLE; BIBLE
1705. HEBREW BIBLE. Biblia Hebraica, secundum ultimam editionem Jos. Athiae, a Johanne Leusden denuo recognitam, recensita...adornata variisque notis illustrata ab Everardo van der Hooght. Four parts in one volume, paginated continuously in two sections. [25], 333; [1], 352, [22] ff. Engraved title-page to the first part and woodcut title-pages to parts II-IV, plus a general title-page printed in red and black. Thick 8vo., 205 x 125 mm, bound in contemporary Dutch calf, front and back boards covered in embossed gold cloth, brown cloth endpapers, edges speckled red. Amsterdam & Utrecht: Boom, Waesberge, Goethals, Borstius, Wolters, Halma, van de Water, and Broedelet, 1705. |~||~||~||~| Second Edition. The forward, in Latin, thoroughly establishes the textual history of this version, which "reproduced in the main the Athias-Leusden text...and became itself 'the parent of the ordinary reprints'" (Darlow & Moule). Annotated by Hooght (1642-1716) and edited by Johannes Leusden (1624-1699) with copious sidenotes in Latin adorning the Hebrew text, this version of the Old Testament was corrected by Joseph Athias (d. 1700) using both codices and printed texts -- the first to do so. "In 1661 and 1667 [Athias] issued two editions of the Hebrew Bible. Though carefully printed, they contain a number of mistakes in the vowel points and the accents. But as they were based on the earlier editions compared with the best manuscripts, they were the foundation of all the subsequent editions..." (NCE online, "Joseph Athias"). "Van der Hooght corrected the second edition of Athias according to t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ursus Rare Books
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2015-05-17 11:02:08
ALLARD, Carel (1648-c. 1709).
Amsterdam: Frederick De Wit, c. 1705. Corona Portugalliae cum ei affinibus Regnis Hispanicis WITH Exactissima et plane Nova Tabula, in qua summa cura delineate invetus Arragoniae Regissima et Navarrae, una cum Cataloniae Principatu; utque Galliae conterminis WITH Hispaniae utque Portugalliae WITH Curiosa Nova Tabula Complectens Regnum Valentiae et Murciae. 4 sheets, (21 1?8 x 24 ½ inches each). Fine engraved wall map of the Iberian peninsula, with SPLENDID ORIGINAL HAND COLOR IN FULL, the individual regions shown in different bold watercolors of pink, green, and yellow and HEIGHTENED WITH LIQUID GOLD, decorated with a fine compass rose pointing north with a GOLD-ENHANCED FLEUR-DE-LIS, explanatory text within a LARGE ARMORIAL CARTOUCHE, surrounded by a border of yellow wash (short marginal tear not affecting image, old central fold, slightly toned). A BRILLIANTLY HAND-COLORED wall map of Spain and Portugal in four sheets, with ELABORATE LIQUID GOLD HIGHLIGHTS, with explanatory text in both French and Dutch within a large cartouche, decorated with an a BRILLIANTLY COLORED COAT-OF-ARMS. The text is in two panels, French on the left and Dutch on the right, and is entitled "General Division of the Kingdoms of Spain and Portugal." It names the kingdom, principalities, and regions, and gives the major cities of each. Here, it tells us that Spain contains 11 kingdoms, 3 principalities, and the country of Estremadura. The 11 kingdoms are: Galicia, Leon, Old Castile, Navarro, Aragon, New Castile, Andalusia, Grenada, Valencia, Murcia, and the Islands of Majorca, Minorca, and Ibiza ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-04-21 07:10:28
CHOU, P'ei-ch'un.
Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-04-12 03:51:27
(Leuchsenhoffen, Johann Nikolaus von):
(Graz, Widmanstätter, 1705).. Kupfertitel, Kupfertafel (Sitzung der Landstände in der Grazer Burg), 24 Bll. (Text), 81 (65 numerierte und 16 unnumerierte) Wappentafeln. Gr.-4°. Mod. Pgmt. unter Verwendung eines spätmittelalterlichen Manuskriptes.. Erste Ausgabe, sehr selten. - Schlossar 62. Graff 1016. Gilhofer & Ranschburg Katalog 61 (1934): Österreich und die Nachfolgestaaten. Nr. 93: "Sehr seltenes, interessantes Austriacum". Wastler 9: "Calluzi, Kupferstecher in Graz. Radirte ein Buch aller Herren innerösterr. Statthalter und Räthe von 1565 bis 1665 und aller ihrer adeliger Wappen". - Das vorliegende Werk - einer der seltensten Druck der Grazer Offizin Widmanstätter des 18. Jahrhunderts - ist eine Auflistung der Mitglieder der innerösterreichischne Regierungen von 1565 bis 1705. Neben dem Text mit der reinen Aufstellung der Namen ist das Werk aufgrund der Kupfertafeln mit den dazugehörigen Wappen von Interesse. Einige der Wappentafeln enthalten auch ein kleines Porträt der betreffenden Person. Neben den Wappentafeln enthält das Werk einen schönen Kupfertitel und eine Tafel mit der Darstellung der Sitzung der Landstände in der Grazer Burg. Eine genaue Beschreibung des Werkes findet man: Hans von Bourcy, Leuchsenhoffens Saeculum Regiminis. In: Senftenberger Monatsblatt. Bd. 4 (1961) S. 99 ff. - "Eine amtliche Zusammenstellung der innerösterreichischen Statthalter sowie der übrigen Mitglieder der innerösterreichischen Regierung hat der innerösterreichische Regimentsrat Nikolaus von Leuchsenhoffen in seinem Werke 'Saeculum regiminis Austriae interioris anno 1665' geboten, e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthäus Truppe Buchhandlung & Antiquari
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2015-04-11 15:46:14
JAILLOT, Alexis-Hubert.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2015-03-26 20:27:08
J., A. D.:
Leipzig, Hieronymus Friedrich Hoffmann, 1705. 16,5 cm. TBl. r&s, 7 Bl., 688 S. [6] Bl. Es fehlt das gestochene Frontispiz und das erste Blatt des Registers. Neuer Pappband m. Rückenschild unter Verwendung akten Papiers. Noch gut. Insgesamt deutliche Wurmspuren und (Finger)Flecken. Titelblatt stark angerändert u. m. minimaler Textbeeinträchtigung in der Fußzeile. Aufs neue theils aus eigener Erfahrung/ theils aus anderer richtigen Anmerckung verfasset/ und in vielen Stücken vermehret von A.D.J., Fürstlicher Gärtner. Inhalt: Anonyme Vorrede. S. 1-92 1. Teil Küchengarten. S. 93-308 2. Teil Baumgarten. S. 309-341 3.Teil Orangerie. S.342-524 Obstbau in 7 Kapiteln mit Weinbau und Wetterzeichen. S. 525-573 Anhang über Heilkräuter. S. 574-630 2. Anhang Gartenmemorial (Gartenkalender). S. 631-688 3. Anhang Bienenzucht und Register. Über den Autor ist nichts bekannt, nicht bei Haller und Wimmer/Lauterbach 158 f. Nur zwei weitere Exemplare nachweisbar, davon eines in der FB Gotha. Sprache: Deutsch. Bitte beachten: Die angegebenen Versandkosten gelten für den Versand als Büchersendung (bis 1 kg). Wiegen Buch und Verpackung mehr, betragen die Versandkosten innerhalb von Deutschland 5,00 Euro. Sie werden von uns vor Versand nochmals darauf hingewiesen. Alle von Sonntag bis Mittwoch eingehenden Bestellungen werden am Donnerstag versandt. [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Bibliotheca Botanica [Adendorf, Germany]
2015-03-07 17:23:58
VISSCHER, Nicholas Janszen (1618-1679).
Amsterdam: Frederick De Wit, c. 1705. - Single sheet, (21 ¼ x 24 ¼ inches; 18 ¼ x 22 ¼ inches to the neat line; full margins showing the plate mark). Exceptionally fine engraved map of Switzerland with MAGNIFICENT ORIGINAL HAND COLOR IN FULL, with the individual regions shown in different bold watercolors of green, pink, and yellow, the topographical features shown pictorially, HEIGHTENED WITH LIQUID GOLD, the fine compass rose pointing north with a GOLD-ENHANCED FLEUR-DE-LIS, surrounded by a border of yellow wash (separating along old central fold, slightly toned). A beautifully detailed map of Switzerland and surrounding regions in present-day France, Germany, and Italy with EXCEPTIONALLY FINE HAND COLOR HEIGHTENED WITH LIQUID GOLD. This map features two decorative cartouches: the larger is flanked by two putti, one in military garb, and the smaller has one putto and reads "Illustrissimis. Potentissimis ac Florentissimis Rebus-Publicis Helvetiorum, Tigurinae, Bernensi Basiliensi Scaphusinae Novam hanc & postomnes alias Exactissinam Helvetiae Tabulam d. d. d." Originally published by the second Nicholas Visscher, a new edition of this map was later published by his son Nicholas (1649-1709) in his monumental work "Atlas Minor" (1680). Versions were also issued by Peter Schenk and Frederick De Wit in "Atlas Maior" (as here) at the end of the 17th century and subsequently reprinted in various editions. Deftly illustrated with topographical features, in particular the extensive mountain ranges, with hundreds of small villages named. A small compass rose sits below a cherub hol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
2015-03-01 21:45:53
Florinus, Francici Philippi (i.e. Franz Philipp Florin). [Donauer, Johann Christoph]
Nurnberg, Frankfurt, Leipzig: Riegel, 1705. Nunmehro zum Andern mal gedruckt. GOOD. Folio. [8] ff. (lacking half-title), 1230, 415 [i.e. 178] pp., [28] ff. In this copy the Forward is misbound before the Dedication. Illustrated throughout with large engravings in the text + 38 engraved plates (of 40: lacking Nos. III & XIX, also lacking engraved frontispiece). Two text leaves (p. 679 and p. 3 of Book VIII) torn with loss, final leaves wrinkled and soiled. Later German calf (19th-century?), very worn but sound, all edges gilt. Preserved in a fitted cloth case (Cloverleaf Studio) A MASSIVE, LEATHER-BOUND FOLIO WRITTEN FOR THE ARISTOCRATIC PROPRIETOR AND DESIGNED TO PROVIDE GUIDANCE FOR RURAL LIFE. This second, improved edition of Florin's "Prudent and Lawful Steward," is surely THE LAST GREAT HAUSBUCH OF THE GERMAN ENLIGHTENMENT. It is described by NDB as "the most extensive and most splendidly illustrated work of German Hausvätter literature." This "household book" was addressed to the Hausvater -- the master of the household -- and was written in the vernacular German rather than in Latin. It combined theory with practical information about building and agriculture and thus dealt with wide-ranging matters that in modern terminology would be classified as morals and ethics, psychology, pedagogy, personnel management, engineering and architecture. This exhaustive technical manual for management of estates was compliled in nine books, and covers general building, industry, devices, weather, seasons, landscape gardening, agriculture, tobacco production, horticulture, horses, ve … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC
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2015-02-23 08:01:25
VISSCHER, Nicholas Janszen (1618-1679).
Amsterdam: Frederick De Wit, c. 1705. - Single sheet, (21 x 24 ½ inches; 19 ½ x 23 1/8 inches to the neat line; full margins showing the plate mark). Fine engraved map of Ceylon (Sri Lanka), surrounded by a border of yellow wash with original hand color in full, the individual territories shown in different bold watercolors of yellow, green, and pink, the title within a STUNNING HISTORIATED CARTOUCHE HEIGHTENED IN LIQUID GOLD, with north oriented to the right, decorated with a fine compass rose pointing north with a GOLD-ENHANCED FLEUR-DE-LIS (old central fold, slightly toned). Very fine engraved map of Sri Lanka, emphasizing Dutch interest in the island and embellished with LIQUID GOLD. The elaborate title cartouche depicts three Ceylonese figures with an elephant and palm tree, and the colorist has added a lovely marble effect to the title placard. Topographical features are beautifully illustrated, with Adam's Peak prominently shown near the center of the island. Adams Brugh, also known as Adam's Bridge or Rama's Bridge, links Mannar Island (off the coast of Sri Lanka) with Rameswaram Island (off the coast of India). Small Dutch flags dot the coastal cities, as well as a few interior settlements, to emphasize the Netherlands' recent takeover of the island from the Portuguese. The capital city of Kandy (here, "Candy") is indicated with a drop of LIQUID GOLD and colored red. Other regions and provinces include: Kadawatha ("Cadduwata"); "Caneel Landen" (Cinnamon Lands); Mangul Korale ("Mangul Corla"); Wanni Region ("Landschap Wanny"); and "Alhier syn veel olifanten" ("Here … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
2015-02-21 21:40:40
DE L'ISLE, Guillaume (1675-1726) - SCHENK, Peter (1645-1715).
Amsterdam: Frederick De Wit, c. 1705. - Single sheet, (21 ¼ x 24 ½ inches; 17 ½ x 22 ¾ inches to the neat line; full margins showing the plate mark). Striking engraved map of South America with EXCEPTIONALLY FINE ORIGINAL HAND COLOR IN FULL, the individual territories shown in different bold watercolors of yellow, green, and pink, the Tropic of Cancer and Prime Meridian shown in red, the title in an elaborate historiated title cartouche HEIGHTENED WITH LIQUID GOLD, decorated with a fine compass rose pointing north with a GOLD-ENHANCED FLEUR-DE-LIS, surrounded by a border of yellow wash (slight separation at old central fold not affecting the image, slightly toned). Fine copper-engraved map with MAGNIFICENT HAND-COLOR IN FULL and LIQUID GOLD HIGHLIGHTS. With the Advertisement, "Ie rends raison dans ma Nouvelle Introduction ala Geographie des changemens que jay faits sur cete carte" ("I acknowledge the changes that I have made on this map in my New Introduction to the Geographie"). Relief is represented pictorially, and the routes of Magellan, Schouten, Medana, Sarmiento, le Maire, Gallego, Olivier, and Drake are shown. Also depicted are the Equator, the Tropic of Capricorn, and the Prime Meridian. Scattered throughout are interesting notes about individual places. For example, "On dit que du Lac des Xarayes sort un fleuve qui va tomber dans le fleuve des Amazones" ("They say that a river flows out from the Lac des Xarayes and flows into the Amazon River") and "Les Brasiliens dissent que les 2 Rivieres de St. Francois et de R. la Real viennent de Rio della plata et courent lo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [U.S.A.]
2015-02-19 09:33:20
DE WIT, Frederick (c. 1630-1706).
Amsterdam: F. de Witt, c. 1705. Single sheet, (21 x 24 ½ inches; 15 ¾ x 22 ¼ inches to the neat line; full margins showing the plate mark). Fine engraved map of the Lyonnais with ORIGINAL HAND COLOR IN FULL, the individual territories shown in different bold watercolors of yellow, green, and pink, the title cartouche surrounded by the coats-of-arms of each of the regions depicted (Lyonnais, Auvergne, Bourbonnais, Beaujolais, Forez, and la Marche) and HEIGHTENED WITH LIQUID GOLD, and the distance scale embellished with three figures, two male and one female, holding what appear to be cartographic tools (slight separation at old central fold not affecting the image, slightly toned). Fine copper-engraved map with EXCEPTIONAL HAND COLOR in full, embellished with LIQUID GOLD, showing the central part of France. The title cartouche is surrounded by the coats-of-arms of each of the regions depicted (Lyonnais, Auvergne, Bourbonnais, Beaujolais, Forez, and la Marche) - although here, the last three have been left blank (seen also in other copies). Important cities are indicated with a dot of LIQUID GOLD, including: Gort, Limoges, Belac, Gueret, Nevers, Moulins, Bourbon lancy, Clermont en Auvergne, Thiers, Flour, le Puy en Velay, Villefranche, Beaujeu, and Rouanne. The Lyonnais is a historical province of France, which gets its name from the city of Lyon. "As a former province or gouvernement of the ancient regime, Lyonnais was bounded on the north by Burgundy; on the east by Dombes, Bresse, and Dauphine; on the south by Languedoc; and on the west by Auvergne and Bourbonnais. The o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-02-18 20:33:27
SPENCER, John
Lpz., Zeitler 1705.. Editio tertia indicibus novis locupletioribus instructa. gr.-8°. 10 Bll., 1504 S., 41 nn. Bl. Mit gest. Titelvign. HLdr. d. Zt. Mit Rückengoldpräg. vgl. Brunet V, 486; Graesse VI, 464 - John Spencer (1630-1693), Geistlicher und Gelehrter, Master des Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Als Theologe und Hebraist wurde er durch das vorl Werk bekannt, eine Dritte Auflage der erstmals 1685 erschienenen Pionierarbeit der vergleichenden Religionswissenschaft. Darin entwickelt er die These, daß das Judentum nicht die erste Religion der frühesten Menschheitsgeschichte war. Er baute seine Thesen auf Maimonides auf und verwendete dazu die gesamte in seiner Zeit bekannte theologische, wissenschaftliche und übrige Literatur. Dabei ging er erstmals mit den Methoden der Aufklärung vor. Durch seine Wiederentdeckung der Rolle Ägyptens für die biblische Tradition wurde er auch ein Vorreiter der Ägyptologie und löste eine Welle der Ägyptenbegeisterung aus. - "The foundations of the science of comparative religion. In this work Spencer maintained that many Jewish laws and customs could be linked with those of other Semitic peoples" (Encyclopedia Judaica XV,261)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
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2015-02-15 19:58:49
ALLARD, Carel (1648-c. 1709).
Amsterdam: Frederick De Wit, c. 1705. Single sheet, (21 x 24 5/8 inches; 23 3/8 x 19 ½ inches to the neat line; full margins showing the plate mark). Fine engraved map of Portugal with SPLENDID ORIGINAL HAND COLOR IN FULL, the title within a MAGNIFICENT HISTORIATED CARTOUCHE, the individual regions shown in different bold watercolors of pink, green, and yellow and HEIGHTENED WITH LIQUID GOLD, decorated with a fine compass rose pointing north with a GOLD-ENHANCED FLEUR-DE-LIS, surrounded by a border of yellow wash (short marginal tear not affecting image, old central fold, slightly toned). A BRILLIANTLY HAND-COLORED map of Portugal with ELABORATE LIQUID GOLD HIGHLIGHTS, embellished with a SUPERBLY ILLUSTRATED historiated title cartouche. The cartouche shows both allegorical and Native American figures, with a ship in the background, emphasizing Portugal's colonial endeavors. The cartouche also features four coats-of-arms and a dedication to Alexandre Nunes da Costa (1655-1712). Da Costa inherited the title of Agent of Portugal in the United Provinces upon his father's death in 1697, and he remained in that position until he died 1712. The Da Costas were one of the most important Sephardic Jewish families in Amsterdam, who had escaped Portugal during the Inquisition. The Sephardic community in Amsterdam played an extremely important role in Dutch colonialism and transatlantic trade, using family networks to facilitate importing goods, in particular, sugar. Allard was part of a family of map publishers that flourished in Amsterdam during the 17th century, publishing the wor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-02-11 13:07:15
Bosman, Guillaume (Willem),
Autrecht, Antoine Schouten, 1705.. 1. Französische Ausgabe mit einem ganzseitigen gestochenen Portrait vom Autor, einem Frontispiz, Titel-, Kopf- und Schlussvignetten, sowie 17 teils mehrfach gefalteten Tafeln mit Abbildungen von Befestigungsbauten, Tieren und vielem anderen mehr, (8 Bl.), 520 Seiten, 10x16, braunes O Ldr der Zeit mit einem roten Rückenschildchen. Ordentliches Exemplar dieses sehr seltenen Titels in der ersten französischen Ausgabe, der Einband fachgerecht restauriert und am Rücken mit leichten Rissen, der Schnitt und im Buchinnern stellenweise etwas unfrisch, die Tafeln stellenweise hinterlegt
Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Baldreit
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2015-02-07 12:46:40
de Fer, Nicholas
Europe: Paris de Fer. N 1705. Copper engraved map of Portugal and part of Spain by Nicholas de Fer from his "Atlas ou Recueil de Cartes Geographiques" Original old full wash colour; verso blank. The map shows the south western part of the Iberian peninsular: Portugal; the Algarve, and parts of the kingdoms of Estramadura, Andalusia,Grenada, Leon and Castille extending down to the straits of Gibraltar. Good dark impression; colours bright; old ink number to upper blank margin; guard attached to upper margin; light diagonal creases towards centre fold other small printers creases/ wrinkles to centrefold; old ink title to verso. Nicholas de Fer (1646 - 1720) was the son of cartographer Antoine de Fer. Nicholas was established as an engraver, cartographer, and map publisher in Paris. De Fer was a prolific cartographer with over 600 maps and atlases to his credit. De Fer's work, though replete with geographical errors, earned a large following because of its considerable decorative appeal. In the late 17th century, De Fer's fame culminated in his appointment as Geographe de le Dauphin, a position that offered him unprecedented access to the most up to date new cartographic information. He would later be appointed Geographe de Roi to the kings of both France and Spain. Pastoureau, FER II C [72]. Europe Spain & Portugal Portugal
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [GRC]
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2015-01-27 11:13:15
JAILLOT, Alexis-Hubert.
Amsterdam, Pieter Mortier, c.1705. Original colour. 535 x 570mm. A large and decorative map from Mortier's issue of Jaillot's 'Atlas Nouveau', with fine baroque title and scale cartouches. KOEMAN: Mor 1.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2015-01-22 21:43:28
Mortier, Pierre
Greece: Amsterdam Petrum Mortier 1705. Copper engraved map of Macedonia by Pierre Mortier from his "Atlas Antiquus" edited by Joannes Clericus. Original outline colour; verso blank. The map shows the kingdom of Macedonia, birth place of Alexander the Great; part of Thesaly and Epirus and an unnamed, strangely shaped Kerkyra. Dark impression: generally clean and bright; age toning to edges . Mortier, Pierre 1661 - 1711 Pieter (Pierre) Mortier (1661 - 1711) was a French cartographer, engraver, and print seller active in Amsterdam during the later 17th and early 18th centuries. Pieter Mortier was listed as a member of the booksellers guide on 27 august 1685. Being from French heritage, he had more easy access to French cartographers such as De L'Isle, Sanson, Jaillot, de Fer and De Wit. Consequently, much of Mortier's business was built upon leveraging the sophisticated Dutch printing establishment to issue embellished high quality editions of previously contemporary French maps. In the greater context of global cartography, this was a significant advantage as most Dutch map publishes had, at this point, fallen into the miasma of reprinting their own outdated works. By contrast, the cartographers of France were producing the most accurate and up to date charts anywhere. Mortier's cartographic work culminated in the magnificent nautical atlas, Le Neptune Francois. Upon Pierre's death in 1711 this business was inherited by his widow. In 1721 his son Cornelius Mortier took over the day to day operation of the firm. Cornelius partnered with his brother-in-law Jean Covens to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [GRC]
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2015-01-21 11:27:54
MORTIER Pierre (1661-1711)
Amsterdam, s.d. (1705). Amsterdam,, s.d. (1705).. Magnifica veduta, incisa in rame e colorata d'epoca (mm. 405 x 550) di “Pouzol ville du Royaume de Naples”. Bell'esemplare marginoso. Cfr. Cremonini, “L'Italia nelle vedute e carte geografiche dal 1493 al 1894”, n. 206, p. 88.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2015-01-13 21:58:08
SCHENK, Pieter.
- Petri Schenkii Sive ipsius Aedificiorum Romanorum, Integrorium collapsorumque, Conspectus Duplex. [.] Petrus Schenk, Sculptor Amstelaedamensis. MDCCV. [Pieter Schenk, Amsterdam, 1705]. Formato oblongo (de 21x27 cm). iii, 100 folios. Encadernação da época inteira de pele. Ilustrado com 100 gravuras de página inteira da autoria de Pet. Schenck com panoramas da cidade de Roma e com as legendas em Latim e em Holandês. Exemplar com ex-libris modernona foolha de guarda anterior. Colecção de belas e raras gravuras com os panoramas de Roma, mostando monumentos antigas em diferentes fases da sua decadência, incluindo o Coliseu, o Arco de Constantino, o Arco de Septímio Severo, o Arco de Tito, Capitólio, a Coluna de Trajano, o Palatino, o Tibre, a Porta Flaminia, os Mausoleus (Augusto, Celtius, Hadrianu. etc.), Castel Sant'Angelo, vários templos (Concordia, Fortuna, Isidis, etc.), o Panteão, etc. As gravuras encontram-se numeradas de 1 a 100. [EN] Oblong 4º (21x27 cm). Binding: contemporary full calf. With engraved title page, 1 folio of dedicacy; 1 folio of index; and 100 full page views of the city of Rome, with 2 line text in Latin and Dutch underneath, engraved on the plate, all plates signed Pet: Schenck. Graesse VI, 299. Hollstein XXV, 1497-1596. Nagler XVII, 157, 177. Language: Latim / Latin Location/localizacao: M-4-C-24 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Portugal]
2015-01-11 18:20:17
. ankol Kupferstich ( anonym ) n. Johan Lithen, um 1705, 13,5 x 24. Seltene Ansicht. - Wahrscheinlich aus Faber, S., Leben Carl XII, Ff/M., Riegel, 1706-1708. - Die Ansicht ist altmontiert.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2015-01-09 21:36:45
M NADAL
Chez Pierre Ribou, 1705. Book. Fair. Hardcover. First Edition. 4 ½ x 6 ½. TITLE: SAUL, TRAGEDIE. Par M. NADAL 1705 AUTHOR: NOT SURE, THE BOOK APPEARS TO BE IN FRENCH the author may be M. Nadal PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: Chez Pierre Ribou, Paris 1705 EDITION: First Edition assumed CATEGORY: Super Rare, Plays ---NOT SIGNED--- BINDING/COVER: Hardback without dust jacket CONDITION: (All defects if any are formulated into pricing by ViewFair Books Books. If ViewFair Books miss any defects or highlights on any book/printings, our policy is to make immediate amends to any customer): The outside is a little rough, but the book is over 300 years old. Decorated endpapers, the front endpaper is not present, Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. SIZE: 4 x 6 ½ (approximately) PAGES: Sectional pages Extra pictures located at the following: ViewFair Books/store/catalog/004153-2.jpg BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: First Edition assumed. Chez Pierre Ribou, Paris 1705. Fair/None dust jacket condition as issued. THERE ARE NO OTHER COPIES OF THIS EDITION FROM 1705 FOUND FOR SALE ON THE INTERNET!!!!! COMPETITIVE PRICING! InvCode 004153 ViewFair Books : E 3K H 3.5K V 2.7K.
Bookseller: FairView Books
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2015-01-02 12:50:48
BOSMAN Willem.
James Knapton and Dan. Midwinter London 1705 - First edition in English, 8vo., [8], 493, [19]pp., engraved folding map by Moll, 7 engraved plates, contemporary sprinkled calf, rebacked, morocco lettering piece, an excellent copy. "The standard work concerning the Gold Coast of this period." (Cardinall). Bosman was Chief Factor for the Dutch at the castle of São Jorge de Elmina. His work is written in the form of letters and, as well as providing an unflattering view of the "very fraudulent and crafty, idle and careless" natives, describes the forts and factories of the coast. Cardinall 256; Goldsmiths 4153; Hogg 144b. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books
2015-01-01 16:57:58
MORTIER Pierre
chez Pierre Mortier s.d. (ma 1705). Bella pianta planimetrica schematica della città di Ferrara (cm. 50,6 x 60,3), in b.n. e inc. in rame, sotto passe - partout, con cornice (cm. 65,5 x 75,8). In alto a destra grande e ricco cartiglio ornamentale e in basso a destra elenco di 18 principali luoghi di interesse (chiese, castello, etc.). Pianta tratta dalla ristampa dell?opera del Blaeu ?Theatrum Civitatum?Italiae? del 1663, realizzata dal Mortier nel 1704 / 5 col titolo ?Nouveau Théàtre d'Italie..?. Cfr. Cremonini ?L?Italia nelle vedute e carte geografiche?, scheda n. 55, p. 87 (la pianta viene inicata sotto il n. 140). Esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2014-12-27 17:19:41
Cornwall James and Robert Gardiner (preps.)
Printed by the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins [etc.], London 1705 - Modern 1/4 calf over decorated boards, light browning and minor staining (essentially marginal), else a good, tall, usable copy Only edition of a work of high utility, indexing and so providing access to the substantial number of published collections of conveyancing precedents, termed "very necessary" by Holdsworth, here in its final form, continuing Townsend's work of 1667 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA
2014-12-27 17:19:41
James and Robert Gardiner (preps ) Cornwall
London: Printed by the Assigns of Richard and Edward Atkins [etc.], 1705. Modern 1/4 calf over decorated boards, light browning and minor staining (essentially marginal), else a good, tall, usable copy Only edition of a work of high utility, indexing and so providing access to the substantial number of published collections of conveyancing precedents, termed "very necessary" by Holdsworth, here in its final form, continuing Townsend's work of 1667
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
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2014-12-12 18:22:54
Harris, John
London: Printed for Thomas Bennet. 1705. First Edition. Hardcover. In two volumes. [14], lxvii, 826, [16]pp; [4], 928, 56, [12]pp. There are several pagination errors. Contemporary full paneled calf stamped in blind on the sides, spines elaborately decorated in gold and with brown and red labels lettered and decorated in gold, edges also decorated in gold. With engraved frontispieces, twenty-one inserted plates, nine maps (four large foldout and five double-spread), in-text illustrations. With the bookplates of noted businessman, banker and collector Richard Lather of New Rochelle, New York. Some wear to boards and spines. Internally extremely clean, with no wormholes. One of the plates has a narrow horizontal toning line. Overall, a nice, very good set. Sabin 30482. ; Folio .
Bookseller: Lyrical Ballad
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2014-12-11 09:09:30
SPENCER, John.
Lpz., Zeitler 1705.. Editio tertia indicibus novis locupletioribus instructa. gr.-8°. 10 Bll., 1504 S., 41 nn. Bl. Mit gest. Titelvign. HLdr. d. Zt. Mit Rückengoldpräg.. vgl. Brunet V, 486; Graesse VI, 464 - John Spencer (1630-1693), Geistlicher und Gelehrter, Master des Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Als Theologe und Hebraist wurde er durch das vorl Werk bekannt, eine Dritte Auflage der erstmals 1685 erschienenen Pionierarbeit der vergleichenden Religionswissenschaft. Darin entwickelt er die These, daß das Judentum nicht die erste Religion der frühesten Menschheitsgeschichte war. Er baute seine Thesen auf Maimonides auf und verwendete dazu die gesamte in seiner Zeit bekannte theologische, wissenschaftliche und übrige Literatur. Dabei ging er erstmals mit den Methoden der Aufklärung vor. Durch seine Wiederentdeckung der Rolle Ägyptens für die biblische Tradition wurde er auch ein Vorreiter der Ägyptologie und löste eine Welle der Ägyptenbegeisterung aus. - "The foundations of the science of comparative religion. In this work Spencer maintained that many Jewish laws and customs could be linked with those of other Semitic peoples" (Encyclopedia Judaica XV,261)
Bookseller: Burgverlag Buchhandelsges.mb.H.
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2014-12-09 11:31:28
RAVENEAU de LUSSAN
Chez Jacques Lefebvre, Paris 1705 - in-8 443 pages épidermures plats et dos, mouillure marge haute, défauts d'usages [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: France Champagne [France]
2014-12-07 16:56:44
R. Padre Fra Noe dell'Ordine di San Francesco
Bassano: Antonio Remondini 1705 PBd., 174 Seiten mit zahlreichen Abbildungen im Text, 12°, etwas berieben und bestoßen, Bindung locker, einige Seiten lose und eingerissen, stellenweise etwas fleckig, Titelblatt lose, eingerissen und geringfügig beschädigt, mehrere Bleistiftanmerkungen auf den Vorsätzen, sonst sehr guter Zustand, selten! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Reisebeschreibungen, Alte Drucke
Bookseller: Antikvariat Valentinska [Praha, Czech Republic]
2014-12-02 12:06:06
Pflanzen. -
Amsterdam: 1705. Die Stachelanone (Annona muricata) gehört zur Familie der Anonengewächse. Ihr Fruchtfleisch wird als Lebensmittel verwendet. - Das überaus dekorativ kolorierte Blatt, hier in einem tadelfrei erhaltenen Exemplar mit breitem Rand..
Bookseller: Nürnberger Buch- und Kunstantiquariat
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2014-11-30 19:29:50
John Milton
Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1705. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. Acceptable/No Dustjacket. 1705. Fourth Edition. 457 pages. No dust jacket. Brown hard boards. Firm binding, text pages reasonably clean considering age with occasional tanning and foxing.Text block heavily tanned. Boards are age worn and repaired with black tape.New repair required as front board is loose.Numerous marks and scuffs and edge wear to boards.
Bookseller: The World of Rare Books
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2014-11-30 18:24:45
NOVOA, Fray Gabriel de.
Salamanca, en la Imprenta de Maria Estevez, Impressora de la Universidad, 1705. - 4to.; 10 hs., 479 pp. Ligerísima roedura en el margen inferior exterior blanco de las primeras setenta páginas. Encuadernación del siglo XIX en media piel, con nervios y hierros en la lomera. El esperado «Tratado» para intentar dirimir las innúmeras cuestiones entre los frailes y los obispos, siempre con diferentes puntos de vista desde que la iglesia es iglesia.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
2014-11-30 16:13:23
. Kupferstich v. J. Böcklin n. Eosander de Goethe aus Theatrum Europäum, 1705, 29,7 x 90. Ernst, Eosander .., Nr. 15; Fauser, Nr. 1380. Mehrere Längsfalten (kl. Quetschfalten) durch die alte Einbindung. Einige kleine hinterlegte Einrisse am Rand. - Rechts und links, wie fast immer, knapprandig. - Die wohl schönste Frontalansicht in einem sehr guten Abdruck.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2014-11-28 18:21:44
Charles DU FRESNY SIEUR DE LA RIVIERE
Second edition, rare, after the original published in 1698 in Barbin. Full Sheepskin brown vintage. Back tooled raised. Head cover frayed. Friction. Foxing. The book belongs to aucunu type defined; in a very free way, a tale that combines Siamese anecdotes maxims on various topics: the palace, the court, the public, the Bois de Boulogne, the opera ... These considerations satirical Parisian society, pell -mêle do not have a narrative followed; the work will pave the way for Persian Letters of Montesquieu. It is a major source. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Estienne Rogier à Amsterdam 1705 in-12 (8x15cm) 213 (15) relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2014-11-22 16:29:43
John Seller, Hydrographer To The King
London: Printed for Richard Mount. Fair; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced by 40%. . Sale price ends soon!***. 1705. Hardcover. Full calf leather bound cover largely deteriorated though 18th-19th century rebacked leather spine strip in good condition. Boards and spine are straight. Loose binding though contents all still currently bound. Antiquated name written on front end sheets and paste down. Old book plate chipped. Woodcut half title page. Pages heavily toned but in good condition. Filled with illustrations including many fold-out plates. .
Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books
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2014-11-14 22:41:58
DE FER, Nicolas, (1646-1720).
Paris: dans l Isle du Palais, 1705. Imagen: 33x24. Con márgenes algo cortos. Mapa muy atractivo de Galicia. Grabado al cobre, con color a mano. Excelente estado.
Bookseller: Librería Antonio Castro [SEVILLA, SE, Spain]
2014-11-10 20:54:40
D'Anvers, Knightley
First edition of D'Anvers' translation into English of the abridgment of Henry Rolle, "[i]ts scientific method . . . far in advance of anything that had preceded it", carried forward to the letter "E" and further supplemented but never completed. Contemporary calf, a trifle rubbed, occasional light foxing and browning, a very good set; compare Cowley 192. Printed for . . . John Walthoe [etc.] [imprints vary], London, 1705-13.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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