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2019-01-17 18:07:09
Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss. 1705 De Fer Map Of Mexico, Florida, And The Gulf Coast Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1705 de Fer Karte von Mexiko, Florida und der Golfküste WEITERE BILDER AUF ANFRAGE WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: Le Vieux Mexique Ou Nouvelle Espagne Avec Les Costes De La Floride. Beschreibung: Ein ungewöhnlich 1705-Karte von Nicolas De Fer von Mexiko, die Golfküste und Florida. Zentriert auf den Golf von Mexiko, zeigt diese Karte von der Baja California, Florida und Kuba, in den Prozess, den Golf von Mexiko, Teile von New Mexico als weit nördlich als Santa Fe und so weit südlich in Mittelamerika als Panama abdeckt. De Fer bestimmt diese Karte veranschaulichen das volle Ausmaß der spanischen Herrschaft in Nordamerika sowie französische Dominanz der Küste zwischen Florida und Texas. Französische Siedlungen zeichnen sich in Biloxi Fort und Fort Maurepas, die zur Kenntnis genommen, aber nicht namentlich genannt. Auch innerhalb der Regionen farblich gekennzeichnet als Teil von Spanien, Fort Saint Louis, La Salle Kolonie fehlgeschlagen wird auch darauf hingewiesen. Die Minen von St. Barbe oder die Santa Barbara Silber-Minen von Chihuahua-Durango vielleicht diese Karte auffälligste Merkmal ist seine dramatische Darstellung der "Les Fameuses Mines de Ste. Barbe " … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps [11221, US]
2019-01-17 07:22:17
Aphra Behn
[8] pp 500 [6] adverts. Fifth edition of Behn's works, including Oronooko. The book is bound in contemporary panelled calf with red speckled edges, rebacked most attractively with raised bands and a tan morocco spine label. New paste-down and end-paper followed by original blank leaf and title page; the printed text collates complete as per ESTC description with continuous register and usual errors in pagination, thus page 376 numbered 377 and page 378 omitted; pages 402-460 numbered 442-500 (see Harvard copy) with three terminal advertisement leaves. Marginal paper repair to page 87 at tail of page, just touching the last letter of the final four lines of printed text; similar paper repair to page 131, touching final letters of half a dozen lines close to the tail of the leaf recto and verso (K2). A few other leaves with corners repaired, not touching text. Like all Behn's works, very uncommon in trade and at auction where one copy only appears in the records from 1963. Aphra Benn was the first English woman to earn her living by her pen as dramatist and novelist, breaking a series of cultural barriers and becoming a role model for future generations of writers. As Virginia Woolf puts it, Behn was 'forced to make a living on her wits' and in recent decades the product of that wit has found a more enthusiastic audience than at any time since the Restoration period when Behn achieved her early success. ESTC T108457
Bookseller: Modernfirsteditions [UK]
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2019-01-17 07:22:17
Aphra Behn
London: R Wellington, 1705 Book. Near Fine. Full-Leather. 5th or later Edition. [8] pp 500 [6] adverts. Fifth edition of Behn's works, including Oronooko. The book is bound in contemporary panelled calf with red speckled edges, rebacked most attractively with raised bands and a tan morocco spine label. New paste-down and end-paper followed by original blank leaf and title page; the printed text collates complete as per ESTC description with continuous register and usual errors in pagination, thus page 376 numbered 377 and page 378 omitted; pages 402-460 numbered 442-500 (see Harvard copy) with three terminal advertisement leaves. Marginal paper repair to page 87 at tail of page, just touching the last letter of the final four lines of printed text; similar paper repair to page 131, touching final letters of half a dozen lines close to the tail of the leaf recto and verso (K2). A few other leaves with corners repaired, not touching text. Like all Behn's works, very uncommon in trade and at auction where one copy only appears in the records from 1963. Aphra Benn was the first English woman to earn her living by her pen as dramatist and novelist, breaking a series of cultural barriers and becoming a role model for future generations of writers. As Virginia Woolf puts it, Behn was 'forced to make a living on her wits' and in recent decades the product of that wit has found a more enthusiastic audience than at any time since the Restoration period when Behn achieved her early success. ESTC T108457 Please contact Christian White at Modernfirsteditions if you would like more info … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Modernfirsteditions Ltd ABA/ ILAB/ PBFA [Ilkley, United Kingdom]
2019-01-13 06:53:42
Laurence Echard
Click here to see our other books! The Roman History From the Building of the City to The Perfect Settlement of the Empire by Augustus Caesar From the Settlement of the Empire by Augustus Caesar to the REmoval of the Imperial Seat by Constantine the Great From the Removal of the Imperial Seat by Constantine the Great to the Taking of Rome by Odo Acer K of the Heruli and the Ruin of the Empire in the West and from the Ruin of the Wester n Empire to its Reinstitution by Charlemagne From the reinstitution of the Western Empire by Charlemagne to the Taking of Constantinople by the Turks Laurence Echard 1705-07 W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al : London 8" by 5" 452pp, [16]; 560pp; [12], 524pp, [32]; 461pp, [7] SUMMARY The complete four volume set of Laurence Echard's History of Rome. Illustrated,Leather Binding,Scarce Overall Condition: Good This book weighs 3 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 36.99 EU Postage: £ 25.99 European Postage: £ 27.99 Asia Postage: £ 47.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 69.99 DESCRIPTION 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2019-01-11 07:02:43
Tabula Nova Imperii Turcarum in Europa .... / Estats de L'Empire des Turqs en Europe ... (Das Osmanische Reich in Südosteuropa) Es handelt sich hierbei um eine originale, kolorierte Kupferstich-Landkarte des Osmanischen Reichs in Südosteuropa von Alexis Hubert Jaillot aus dem Jahr 1705. Titel: Tabula Nova Imperii Turcarum in Europa, Ad Usum Serenissimi Burgundiae Ducis // Estats de L'Empire des Turqs en Europe divises suivant lestendue des Beglerbeglicz ou govenements Gebiet bzw. Ort: Osmanisches Reich in Südosteuropa mit Griechenland im Zentrum Kartograph: Alexis Hubert Jaillot (1632 - 1712) - Ausgabe von Covens & Mortier Jahr: 1705 Größe des Plattenbereichs: 46 x 62 cm Technik: Kupferstich Zustand (Perfekt/ Sehr gut/ Gut/ Ordentlich/ Mäßig/ Schlecht): In gutem Erhaltungszustand Bemerkungen: Diese sehr seltene Karte stellt detailliert die Ausdehnung des Osmanisches Reiches in Südosteuropa um 1680 mit Griechenland im Zentrum dar, basierend auf einer Karte von Sanson. Ergänzt wird der Kartenbereich durch eine dekorative figürliche Kartusche und einen Meilenanzeiger. English description: This rare map depicts the territories of the Ottoman Empire in southeast Europe around 1680 and is centered at Greece. The decorative map is based on a map by Sanson and is in good condition. - - - International buyers welcome. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. - - - Für die Suchmaschine: view map engraving Ottoman Empire Türkei Turkey türkisch --- Auf Wunsch stellen wir Ihnen gerne ein kostenfreies Echtheitszertifikat aus --- --- If you wish, we will gladly provide a c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Historische-Landkarten [Hamburg, DE]
2019-01-09 02:57:32
[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]
2019-01-08 05:59:19
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]
2019-01-06 06:43:38
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]
2019-01-03 02:09:03
[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]
2019-01-01 07:02:39
Aristotle; Dacier, André (notes)
London: Printed for Dan. Browne and Will. Turner, 1705. First edition in English of Aristotle's Poetics, the earliest extant work of Western literary criticism. Aristotle's argument encompassed multiple modes of poetic imitation or mimesis, including tragedy, epic, comedy, and lyric, but his treatment of tragedy is the only section that survives. He famously claims that tragedy, rightly composed, produces a transformative catharsis in the audience, purging spectators of dangerous emotions: the experience of tragedy "by means of Compassion and Terror perfectly refines in us, all sorts of Passions." Compressed in scope and unified in action, tragedy emerges as the most powerful poetic form: "that which is well compacted, is much more agreeable, and touches us more sensibly than that which is diffused. . . . We may be convinced of this Truth, if we put Sophocles's Oedipus, into as many Verses as the Ilias contains." The unknown translator of this first English edition declares the argument of the Poetics to be a basic truth, timeless and inescapable: "Whoever shall boast that he has obtained this Art by rejecting the ways of the Ancients, and taking a quite different one, deceives others, and is himself deceived; because that's absolutely impossible." In addition to the translator's preface, the text is extensively annotated, with detailed endnotes by French translator André Dacier after each chapter. ESTC T116276. A landmark of Greek philosophy, surprisingly scarce in commerce. Octavo, measuring 7.5 x 4.5 inches: [40], 1-120 129-192 209-256 241-256 241-256 273-511 [1] … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers [U.S.A.]
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2018-12-31 06:40:10
Laurence Echard
Condition: Good. Click here to see our other books! The Roman History From the Building of the City to The Perfect Settlement of the Empire by Augustus Caesar From the Settlement of the Empire by Augustus Caesar to the REmoval of the Imperial Seat by Constantine the Great From the Removal of the Imperial Seat by Constantine the Great to the Taking of Rome by Odo Acer K of the Heruli and the Ruin of the Empire in the West and from the Ruin of the Wester n Empire to its Reinstitution by Charlemagne From the reinstitution of the Western Empire by Charlemagne to the Taking of Constantinople by the Turks Laurence Echard 1705-07 W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al : London 8" by 5" 452pp, [16]; 560pp; [12], 524pp, [32]; 461pp, [7] SUMMARY The complete four volume set of Laurence Echard's History of Rome. Illustrated,Leather Binding,Scarce Overall Condition: Good This book weighs 3 KG when packed Australia Postage: £ Free UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 36.99 EU Postage: £ 25.99 European Postage: £ 27.99 Asia Postage: £ 47.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 69.99 DESCRIPTION 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-30 12:08:01
5 Bände in 1, Zueignugs Schrift und Vorrede fehlen, ansonsten inkl aller !!! Kupferstiche komplett,originaler Einband, Buchrücken beschädigt, Bindung fest, ex Libris, sowie Bleistifteinträge im Vorsatz, ansonsten keine Marginalien, teilweise leicht gebräunt, insgesamt schönes, absolut museales Buch ! Religion / Bibel / Bilderbibel Historischer Bilder Bibel in sich haltend die Abbildung der Historien aller Patriarchen deß Buch Mose .... gezeichnet und in kupfer gestochen von Johann Ulrich Kraus in Augsburg anno MDCCV 5 Bde in 1, Zueignugs Schrift und Vorrede fehlen, ansonsten inkl aller !!! Kupferstiche komplett, Johann Ulrich Krauß, auch Kraus oder Krauss (* 1655 in Augsburg; † 1719 ebenda) war ein deutscher Zeichner, Kupferstecher und Verleger in Augsburg. Inhaltsverzeichnis Er stammte aus einer seit dem 16. Jahrhundert in Augsburg tätigen Maler-, Kupferstecher- und Künstlerfamilie und war der Sohn des Johann Jakob Krauß. Krauß erlernte sein Kunsthandwerk in Augsburg bei Melchior Küsel (1626-ca.1683), einem Schüler von Matthäus Merians d. Ä. (1593-1650). Nach mehrjährigem Aufenthalt in Wien trat Krauß in den Augsburger Verlag Melchior Küsels ein. Im Jahr 1685 heiratete er dessen Tochter Johanna Sibylla Küsel. Unterstützt von seiner gleichfalls als Kupferstecherin tätigen Frau, wurde Kraus bald zu einem der angesehensten und produktivsten Kupferstecher Augsburgs, sein Verlagsgeschäft wurde bekannt und erfolgreich. Er soll sogar Angebote verschiedener Fürstenhöfe abgelehnt haben. Sein Verlag scheint zwar durch die Verwüstungen des Spanischen Erbfolgekrieges (1701-1714) stark … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: kunstkammer-heidelberg [Heidelberg, DE]
2018-12-29 21:28:49
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]
2018-12-29 14:32:55
Laurence Echard
W Freeman; J Walthoe; T Newborough, et al, 1705. Condition: Good. 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 Please note that due to different condition ratings used by eBay Australia, the condition rating at the head of the listing will always be rated … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-26 13:51:11
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]
2018-12-23 01:01:56
BIBEL - ULENBERG, Caspar (Übers.).
[Bamberg, Endter] 1705. 3 Tle. in 2 Bdn. 2°. 19 Bll. 956 S.; 1 Bl., 396 S., 1 Bl., 374 S. Mit 3 gest. Titel. v. J. C. Marchand u. hunderten gr. Textholzschn. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. m. Blindpräg. Berieb. Mit je 2 intakten Messing-Schließen. Gest. Wappen-Exlibris a. d. Innendeckeln. Erste u. letzte Bll. randverstärkt, geklebt. Drucktit. v. Bd. 1 fehlt. VD18 12528609-001; Lex. f. Th. u. K. X, 362 - Reich illustrierte Bibel. Versand D: 18,00 EUR Theologie, Religionsgeschichte, Bibel
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2018-12-22 14:33:58
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. 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]
2018-12-22 00:49:00
[CUNAEUS (Pierre), BASNAGE DE BEAUVAL (Jacques)]
(1705) Barbier IV, 324. Brunet II, 442. Édition originale en français de cet important ensemble, illustré de 5 frontispices gravés et de 67 gravures hors-texte (cartes, plans, vues costumes), souvent dépliantes, sur 68 (il manque la dernière planche du tome III, intitulée Moutons de Syrie). Le premier volume contient la traduction du "De Republica Hebraeorum", de Petrus Cunaeus, par Hugo Willem Goérée ; les tomes II et III contiennent des travaux du père de G. Goérée complétés par lui, ainsi qu'une traduction de G. Outram, "de Sacrificiis libri II". Exemplaire bien complet des quatrième et cinquième volumes de complément (Antiquités judaïques...) qui manquent parfois. Très bel exemplaire hormis la coiffe restaurée et le déficit d'une planche : la reliure, en veau blond uniforme, est élégante, soignée et en bel état ; le corps de l'ouvrage est très frais, ainsi que les belles planches gravées, au tirage vigoureux. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2018-12-20 17:02:57
Edward Hyde, Earl Of Clarendon
/font>, 1705 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A mixed edition collection in their original bindings, of the most influential contemporary history of the Civil War, 'The History Of The Rebellion and Civil Wars In England' by Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon. Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon was a notable English historian and statesman, and grandfather of two English monarchs, Mary II and Queen Anne. He is best known for this work, his 'History of the Rebellion' first published between the years 1702? 1704, but written between the years 1646 and 1648 (recording events up until March 1644). This text is often considered as being the first full-scale, detailed history of the Civil War, and is also important due to the role Clarendon himself played in the events detailed in the work. Moreover, Clarendon's involvement in the action invariably influenced his account, with the work being written from a royalist perspective, hence advancing Clarendon's own viewpoint and politics. Indeed, the work was even involved in the publishing war between supporters of the rival Roundheads and Cavaliers. Complete in three volumes, bound in six. Featuring a portrait frontispiece of Edward, Earl of Clarendon to each volume. A mixed edition set with: Volume I, Part 1 published in 1705 Volume I, Part 2 published in 1705 Volume II, Part 1 published in 1712 Volume II, Part 2 published in 1706 Volume III, Part 1 published in 1706 Volume III, Part 2 published in 1706 Volumes I, Part 1 and 2, Volume II part 2, and volume III part 1 and 2 are first octavo editions, with volume II part 1 being a later edi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
2018-12-19 10:01:18
August der Starke
Original Dokument in sehr guter Erhaltung. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS DEUTSCHE HANDSCHRIFT KURFÜRST FRIEDRICH AUGUST I. "DER STARKE" VON SACHSEN AUF PAPIER HIGHLIGHT DER SÄCHSISCHEN WIRTSCHAFTSGESCHICHTE ANNO 1705 DIE PRIVATISIERUNG DER SÄCHSISCHEN POST PAPIERGEDECKTES SIEGEL MIT GROSSEM ALLIANZWAPPEN DEUTSCHE HANDSCHRIFT AUF PAPIER - ANNO 1705 DIE PRIVATISIERUNG DER SÄCHSISCHEN POST DATIERUNG Leipzig, 13.I.1705. VERFASSER Friedrich August I., "der Starke", Kurfürst von Sachsen (1670 in Dresden - 1733 in Warschau). Aus der albertinischen Linie des Fürstengeschlechts der Wettiner stammend. Ab 1697 auch König von Polen und Großfürst von Litauen (als August II. in Personalunion). August der Starke gilt als eine der schillerndsten Figuren höfischer Prachtentfaltung des ausgehenden 17. und beginnenden 18. Jahrhunderts und begründete als Prototyp absolutistischer Selbstdarstellung durch seine rege Bautätigkeit und sehr ausgeprägte Sammelleidenschaft im Wesentlichen den Ruf Dresdens als prunkvolle barocke Metropole - und das bis heute nachwirkend. Unter Friedrich August I. erlebte der Kurstaat eine enorme wirtschaftliche, infrastrukturelle und kulturelle Blüte. BESCHREIBUNG Überzeugend gut erhaltene deutsche Handschrift auf Papier aus dem Jahre 1705 - gleichzeitig ein Highlight der sächsischen Wirtschaftsgeschichte: Die Privatisierung der Sächsischen Post. Es handelt sich bei dieser Handschrift um einen Vertrag im Namen des Kurfürsten. Von der "Königl Pohln. und Churfürstl. Sächß. Teutschen Geheimen Cammer Canzley" ausgefertigte Zweitschri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Sachsen, DE]
2018-12-18 22:28:21
Smith, John
London: Printed for Samuel Crouch, at the corner of Popes-Head-Alley in Cornhill, 1705. Fourth edition, revised and expanded, first published in 1676 as THE ART OF PAINTING. [8], 108, [4, ads] pp.; A4, B-H8. 1 vols. 8vo. 1705 Colorist's Manual, with MS Recipes. A classic manual of "vulgar [i.e., commercial], painting" on wood surfaces, including sundials, apparently by the English clockmaker, John Smith, previously published in 1676, 1687, and 1701; and in subsequent versions of 1723 and 1769; with chapters added here on the art of coloring maps with watercolors An interesting copy, with 7 pp. of manuscript recipes in a contemporary hand inserted between the Preface and the Table of Contents. These include recipes for making Invisible Ink; how "To take Ink away from Parchment or Paper" (includes the use of a "good Deale of fresh Hors dung"); how to mix a variety of colors, including reds with "Brasil", "Purpell Colour", "Twany Colour", a "good Green", etc. ESTC T98430. Contemporary panelled calf, rebacked with a period spine, morocco lettering piece. Some minor paper flaws, else fine.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 21:49:03
Tabula Nova Imperii Turcarum in Europa .... / Estats de L'Empire des Turqs en Europe ... (Das Osmanische Reich in Südosteuropa) Es handelt sich hierbei um eine originale, kolorierte Kupferstich-Landkarte des Osmanischen Reichs in Südosteuropa von Alexis Hubert Jaillot aus dem Jahr 1705. Titel: Tabula Nova Imperii Turcarum in Europa, Ad Usum Serenissimi Burgundiae Ducis // Estats de L'Empire des Turqs en Europe divises suivant lestendue des Beglerbeglicz ou govenements Gebiet bzw. Ort: Osmanisches Reich in Südosteuropa mit Griechenland im Zentrum Kartograph: Alexis Hubert Jaillot (1632 - 1712) - Ausgabe von Covens & Mortier Jahr: 1705 Größe des Plattenbereichs: 46 x 62 cm Technik: Kupferstich Zustand (Perfekt/ Sehr gut/ Gut/ Ordentlich/ Mäßig/ Schlecht): In gutem Erhaltungszustand Bemerkungen: Diese sehr seltene Karte stellt detailliert die Ausdehnung des Osmanisches Reiches in Südosteuropa um 1680 mit Griechenland im Zentrum dar, basierend auf einer Karte von Sanson. Ergänzt wird der Kartenbereich durch eine dekorative figürliche Kartusche und einen Meilenanzeiger. English description: This rare map depicts the territories of the Ottoman Empire in southeast Europe around 1680 and is centered at Greece. The decorative map is based on a map by Sanson and is in good condition. - - - International buyers welcome. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask. - - - Für die Suchmaschine: view map engraving Ottoman Empire Türkei Turkey türkisch --- Auf Wunsch stellen wir Ihnen gerne ein kostenfreies Echtheitszertifikat aus --- --- If you wish, we will gladly provide a c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Historische-Landkarten [Hamburg, DE]
2018-12-18 17:07:38
[Addison, Joseph]
London: Jacob Tonson, 1705. First edition. Engraved headpieces and vignettes. [xii], 534, [10, index] pp., with half-title. 8vo. An incredibly fresh and clean copy of the first edition of Addison's account of his grand tour experiences in Italy. "After travelling south to Marseilles Addison took ship for Italy on 12 December 1700, but was driven back by a storm. In the end he reached Genoa by land, and then proceeded through Pavia to Milan and then Venice, after which he followed the accustomed route south, choosing to go via San Marino and Loreto as he journeyed briefly to Rome and then on to Naples. He climbed Vesuvius, sailed round Capri, and sailed back up the coast to Rome. Here he passed a more extended sojourn, visiting churches, annotating architecture and antiquities, and undertaking trips out to literary shrines such as Tivoli and Frascati. There were poetic echoes on almost every corner for a man as deeply imbued in the ancient corpus as Addison, and he was to coin the phrase 'classic ground' to express a pervading atmosphere of ageless accomplishment, as the familiar texts sprang unbidden into his mind" (ODNB). It was while crossing the Alps in December of 1701 that Addison wrote the poem "A Letter from Italy," one of his most popular. ESTC T74575. Contemporay Cambridge calf, citron morocco spine label, red sprinkled edges. Small chip to head of spine, else fine. Old shelf label at foot of spine, book label on front pastedown.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 01:32:11
[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]
2018-12-18 00:17:41
RAMAZZINI, Bernardino.
FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH of the first book on industrial medicine. See G&M 2121: "Ramazzini wrote the first comprehensive and systematic treatise on occupational diseases. It deals with pneumoconiosis and other diseases of miners, with lead poisoning in potters, with silicosis in stonemasons, diseases among metal workers, and even a chapter devoted to the 'diseases of learned men'." See also Printing and the Mind of Man 170: the book earned Ramazzini the title of "the father of industrial hygiene." This first English edition is very rare.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [UK]
2018-12-16 06:32:36
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]
2018-12-16 00:50:21
[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]
2018-12-14 20:53:54
Dionysio Gothofredo
Gleditchii & Knochii. Very good for age and use: has marginalia (in Latin: from an early owner!) and Latin essay in back on spare page. "The Body of Roman Civil Law/in Four Distinct Parts" by Dionysio Gothofredo (Denis Godefroy). The basis for English civil law, this is comprised of four parts covering jurisprudence practices. The original was ordered by Justinian I. Originally it had three parts, but when certain areas were noticed as missing or lacking in authority, Justinian ordered a fourth part. This particular edition is intriguing due to its many original aspects including the heavily embossed boards: the front has a center motif of a person with a sword, who appears male?, with a motto surrounding. Looks like the figure is sitting inside shutters with a square around, increasing in size with the outer looking like a row of chains. The back has a coat of arms motif as central with a shield at bottom with some kind of a bird to the right and maybe vases of flowers or grasses to the left. The design repeats like the front ending in a row of chains in final box before the edge. The spine is banded with an inset leather band "Corpus Juris Civilis" in what was once gilt or gold lettering. The volume itself is huge: approximately 4" high, 10" long and 8" wide. The vellum at back outside edge is missing and some sort of soft padding showing through. At the front, there are two sheets of paper that looked to have been glued down and have lifted. Opposite this, is a signature dated 1741 while on the top of the next page is a signature dated 1748. Most intriguing of all is the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: robinrarebooks [Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-12-14 16:25:53
lorefice
lorefice scholae divi anselmi doctrina sive mille et octiginta theses sanctiss. domini nostri clementis XI coelestinus lorefici a'motyca nicolao maria tedeschi. romae 1705 .
Bookseller: Prestifilippo Nunzina Maria Pia [IT]
2018-12-14 15:50:06
lorefice scholae divi anselmi doctrina sive mille et octiginta theses sanctiss. domini nostri clementis XI coelestinus lorefici a'motyca nicolao maria tedeschi. romae 1705 . [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: booksandbooks.forsale [CATANIA, CT, Italy]
2018-12-14 00:57:33
[Daniel Defoe]
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 believed that Defoe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-13 17:54:01
Philipp Clüver (1580-1622)
Joh. Leonhard Buggel, Nürnberg, 1705. Noch Titel: "aller darinn befindlichen berühmten Läuder, Königreichen, Städten, Flüssen, Bergen, Wälder, Schlösser und Insulen, samt vielen andern Curiösen und denckwürdigen Sachen, absonderlich der hohen Potentaten, und fürnemsten Welt-Häupter, Religionen, und theils Sitten, Bräuchen, Barbarischer Länder Arten, item was sich in jetzigem noch fortwährendem Krieg in Europa hauptsächlich zugetragen. Nebenst der Kays. Successions-Ordnung von Julio Cäsare an, biß auf Leopoldum I. dieser Zeit Glorwürdigst regierenden Römischen Kayser. Allen Curieusen Liebhabern sowol der Geographie, als Geist- und weltlichen Historien, wie auch der studirenden Jugend zu sonderbaren Nuzen in dieser vierten Edition um ein merckliches verbessert, mit zweyen höchstnützlichen Registern veseben, und mehr als 30. schönen Land-Chärtlein ausgezieret. Worbey auch noch ein absonderlich höchst-nutzbares und dienliches Wercklein, die gründliche Beschreibung der Erd-Kugel nach ihrer Beschaffenheit befindlich." ORIGINAL-AUSGABE! Kollationiert! Leder-Einband mit angenehmer Patina, 3 Bünde, goldgeprägtes Rückenschildchen, Buchrücken wurde vom Buchbinder neu angefertigt, Kupfer von Phillip Clüver als Frontispiz, 701 paginierte Seiten mit zwei umfangreichen Registern: "Das I. Register der Kaitel dieses Werkleins" und "Das II. Register der vornehmsten Sachen / In gleichen der Länder / Städte / Vestungen / Schlösser / Flüssen und Bergen". Mit hübscher Endvignette und 26 Kupfern (Frontispiz + Falttafel zu den Tropen + 24 teilweise Falt-/Tafeln, alle intakt). AUSSERDEM: "Geographi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clement [Bonn, Germany]
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2018-12-12 23:51:05
[Daniel Defoe]
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 believed that Defoe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-12 23:51:05
[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]
2018-12-12 20:13:34
[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]
2018-12-09 07:00:25
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]
2018-12-09 02:35:47
Guillaume Dampier, Lionel Wafer
Paul Marret, Amsterdam, 1705. Condition: Good. 1st French Edition. Full Leather. Binding strong. Text complete - 274 pages plus 14 page index - but folding maps and plates have been excised. Printing error on Title Page:"Terres Austales". Vol IV covering Dampier's second voyage to Australia and New Holland bound with the "Voyage de Lionel Wafer". Library stamp for "Bibliothek Graf Spangensche" on title page. No Dustjacket.
Bookseller: Goldstone Rare Books [Ammanford, GB]
2018-12-07 19:27:17
Roth, Eber(hard) Rudolph
Ulm, Daniel Bartholomäi 1705. 12° Gestochenes Frontispiz, Titel in Rot- u. Schwarzdruck, 46, 10 S., 6 Bll., 502 S. Mit 1 gefalteten Holzschnitttafel u. 10 blattgrossen Karten in Holzschnitt. Leder der Zeit m. reicher Rückenvergoldung, goldgeprägtem Rückentitel u. Stehkantenvergoldung. Mit Abstand die erfolgreichste Veröffentlichung von Roth (1646 - 1715), der seit 1674 am Gymnasium in Ulm, zuletzt als Rector tätig war. Der handliche Reiseführer in alphabetischer Anordnung enthält teils sehr knappe, teils ausführliche Beschreibungen, so sind der Stadt Nürnberg 4 Seiten gewidmet. Zunächst anonym erschienen, erlebte er von 1646 bis 1715 17 Auflagen. Neben den Städtebeschreibungen enthält er einen Wegweiser durch Deutschland und die angrenzenden Länder, ein "Kurtzes Arzney-Büchlein" und "Reysender Pferde-Cur. Zu mercken, wann ein Pferd wohl reyset, und gesund ist" (dazu die Holzschnitt-Tafel). Die Karten zeigen Schwaben, die Niederlande, den Bodenseeraum (Karte kopfstehend), die Schweiz, Bayern, Frankreich, Böhmen, Ungarn, Italien u. Oesterreich.- Einband gering beschabt u. bestossen, Frontispiz mit schwachem Feuchtigkeitsrand, vereinzelt gering fleckig. Gutes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Eckert [Germany]
2018-12-06 07:24:36
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]
2018-12-05 00:55:56
Opera assai rara e ricercata Atlas Historique, ou Nouvelle introduction à l'Histoire, à la Chronologie & à la Géographie Ancienne et Moderne Autore Henri Abraham CHATELAIN (1684-1743) Pubblicato da François L'Honoré & Compagnie nel 1705 Senza tavole e mancante delle carte geografiche Presenti soli 2 tomi Formato in Folio Dimensioni cm 30 (L) x 45 (H)
Bookseller: Il Tempo che fu [IT]
2018-12-04 06:03:16
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]
2018-12-04 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]
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