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        The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in the Year 1641. With the precedent Passages, and Actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy End, and Conclusion thereof by the King's blessed Restoration, and Return...

      Oxford: Printed at the Theater, 1707. . First octavo edition, three volumes bound in six as usual. Portrait frontispiece in each volume. Contemporary panelled calf, corners a little worn, rebacked in a lighter calf, gilt tooled spines with red morocco labels, one contemporary, others new. A very good sound set. Originally published several years earlier in three folio volumes.

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        Archaeologia Britannica Giving some account additional to what has been hitherto publish'd of the languages, histories and customs of the original inhabitants of Great Britain: from collections and observations in travels through Wales, Cornwal, Bas-Bretagne, Ireland and Scotland. Vol. I Glossography.

      Printed at the Theater for the Author,Oxford, 1707. Title page with engraving of Oxford's Sheldonian Theatre, 2p list of subscribers, dedications, 436 pp and index. Contemporary tooled leather boards, spine rebacked with 5 raised bands and gilt tooling. Interior clean and bright. Edward Lhuyd (1660-1707), born near Oswestry, was a Welsh scholar at Jesus College, Oxford, and Curator of the Ashmolean Museum. From 1695 to 1701 he travelled exhaustively through the Celtic countries; this volume (only v. I was published) is the result. In many ways Lhuyd anticipated the methods of modern comparative linguistics. His book is also a fascinating source of material on late Cornish, still spoken when Lhuyd made his journey, and of course on the other languages studied. An exceptional example of this seminal work

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        Considerazioni intorno alla poesia degli Ebrei e dei Greci

      presso Francesco Gonzaga In Roma, presso Francesco Gonzaga, 1707. Due parti in un volume; pp.XVI, 61; 131. Unito: Ragionamento di Biagio Garofalo in difesa delle considerazioni sopra il libro ?Della maniera di ben pensare? ove si stabiliscono gli argomenti di esse considerazioni e si dichiarono varj luoghi d?autori greci a torto impugnati. In Roma, presso Francesco Gonzaga, 1708. Pp.63. Due opere in un volume in 8vo. Pergamena coeva, tagli rossi, tassello al dorso con titolo in oro.

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        Memoires d'artillerie... seconde edition augmentee de nouvelles matieres et de plusieurs planches. a paris, chez rigaud, 1707.

      Due volumi di m. 24, pp. (52) 394; (8) 422 (2). Antiporta figurata, grande stemma al frontespizio, testate, cul-de-lamp e 194 tavole fuori testo di cui molte ripiegate. Legatura coeva in piena pelle. Dorsi scuriti e abilmente controfondati, qualche macchietta d'inchiostro alle carte preliminari del primo volume, poche tracce d'uso, complessivamente esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Le carte geografiche ben ripiegate e senza strappi. Come in tutte le copie censite le pp. 147-150 curiosamente legate in fondo al volume. Opera di grande fascino, dotata di un apparato iconografico davvero notevole; una delle opere più documentate sull'artiglieria del tempo.

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        A Journey From Aleppo to Jerusalem at Easter, A.D. 1697: The Second Edition, in which the Corrections and Additions, which were sent by the Author after the Book was Printed off, are inserted in the Body of the Book in their proper places

      Oxford, Eng., 1707. 2nd Edition. Very Good -. Although the title page states "Printed at the Theater" it does not include "And sold by Jonah Bowyer" as is the case with other copies described in library records. ESTC T186568. [12], 145, [7] p.: engraved title vignette, 9 leaves of engraved plates (5 folded); 20 cm. 8vo. Signatures: a2 b4 A-T4. Full contemporary calf with 5 spine compartments between raised bands. The leather over the boards was added somewhat later (still 18th century) and is decorated in the Cambridge style, that is, having a stained central rectangle, a plain rectangular frame, and a stained outside border. A double blind rule borders each section with a blind-tooled decoration at the outer corners. In the center of the outer edge of each plain section is a small curved section that also was sprinkled. Inscription on front free endpaper: "E. Cooke, Nevington." Oval stamp of Homerton College Society at head of title page. Homerton College is now one of the colleges of Cambridge University. Front fixed endpaper bears a bookplate reading "Bibliotheca Novi Collegii Londinensis" (Library of the New College of London). Back endpapers bear an index written in an old hand. The author of this book, Henry Maundrell, was the chaplain of the Levant Company (an English trading company also known as the Turkey Company) at Aleppo from 1696 to his death in 1701. The first edition of his account of his 1697 journey to Jerusalem was published in 1703, two years after his death. His narrative describes the Easter pilgrimage to Jerusalem and back made by Maundrell and fourteen others in 1697. They travelled across northern Syria to Latakia and down the coast to Acre, arriving in Jerusalem for the Latin Easter. They then visited the valley of the Jordan and Bethlehem before returning to Jerusalem for the Eastern churches' Easter. Finally they returned to Aleppo by way of Damascus and Tripoli. This account became the most famous of those written by European travellers of the Holy Land in the period. In Very Good- Condition: leather is rubbed, most significantly at corners; slight loss of leather at ends of spine; leather over boards is crackling; front free endpaper is detached but present; pages and plates are clean and tight. Very scarce without the bookseller notation.

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        The Privileges of the Royal Burrows as Contained in Their

      1707. B[lack], W[illiam]. The Privileges of the Royal Burrows as Contained in Their Particular Rights, And the Ancient Laws and Records of Parliament, And Their General Conventions; Wherein is Considered the Privileges of Merchants, Privileges of Burghs, The Privileges of the Guld, The Privileges of the Four Burghs in Assisting the Chamberlan Air in Falsing Dooms, The First Constitution of the Convention, The Laws by Which They Enjoy Their Privileges, The Acts of Their Own Convention Which Confirm Their Privileges Granted by Their Kings and Parliament, The Jurisdiction and How Far It is the Interest of the Royal Burrows Now to Observe and Maintain Their Privileges, By Making Such Regulations as May Tend to the Advantage of Their Trading Society. With an Appendix Containing the Privileges and Jurisdictions of the Cities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen. Edinburgh: Printed by the Heirs and Successors of Andrew Anderson, 1707. [viii], 172, [43] pp. Octavo (4" x 6-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind double rules to boards, raised bands to spine. Toning to text, light foxing in places. Early owner annotations to front free endpaper and final text leaf, early owner signature near head of title page. A handsomely bound copy of a scarce title. * Only edition. One of two early works on the Scottish gild merchant and its royal burghs, which was much more powerful than its English counterparts and quite influential into the twentieth century. This book has a great deal of information about gild courts and the regulation of international commerce. OCLC locates 10 copies. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 5:13.

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        Capitoli, ordini e privilegi delle milizie toscane pedestri, ed equestri stabiliti, e concessi dall'Altezza Reale di Cosimo III Granduca di Toscana. Unito: Istruzioni a tutti gli ufiziali, cancellieri, depositarj, e caporali delle milizie pedestri, ed equestri di S.A.R. Tanto circa il modo di disciplinare, quanto intorno all'obbligo delle loro cariche. Compilate per comandamento di S.A.R. da gl'illustriss. signori sargenti generali di battaglia, Firenze, Stamperia di S.A.R. Unito: Esercizi militari con li quali si doveranno disciplinare tutte le milizie dell'Altezza Reale di Cosimo III Granduca di Toscana in tutti li suoi felicssimi stati, & c. e non altrimenti, & c.

      In 8°, piena perg. coeva (sguardie sostituite), pp.88. Bel front. figurato inc. in rame che precede il front. tipografico. Stemma mediceo con putti xilografato al front., capilettera e testatine xilografate. Unito: Istruzioni a tutti gli ufiziali, cancellieri, depositarj, e caporali delle milizie pedestri, ed equestri di S.A.R. Tanto circa il modo di disciplinare, quanto intorno all'obbligo delle loro cariche. Compilate per comandamento di S.A.R. da gl'illustriss. signori sargenti generali di battaglia, Firenze, Stamperia di S.A.R. Per Anton Maria Albizzini, 1707, pp.24. Segue: Esercizi militari con li quali si doveranno disciplinare tutte le milizie dell'Altezza Reale di Cosimo III Granduca di Toscana in tutti li suoi felicssimi stati, & c. e non altrimenti, & c., Firenze, Stamp. per Anton Maria Albizzini, 1706, pp.200. Stemma granducale xilografato al front. Capilettera e testatine xilografate. Contiene 73 tavv. n.t. inc. a bulino a piena p. raffiguranti militari che dimostrano dettagliati esercizi con il moschetto, la picca e la baionetta. In appendice le istruzioni e i comandi per le truppe di cavalleria. Importante pubblicazione di estrema rarità. Prezioso e raro insieme. (Cfr. Olschki, Militaria; ICCU)

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        Rerum geographicarum libri xvii... amstelodami, apud joannem wolters, 1707.

      Due volumi di cm. 32, pp. (44) 1329 (99).Bell'antiporta allegorica incisa in rame, frontespizio in rosso e nero con vignetta centrale. Legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorsi a nervi con titoli su tasselli bicolore e ricchi fregi ai comparti. Rinforzi di pelle alle cuffie ed alcune gore chiare piuttosto marginali a varie sezioni di carte. Esemplare comunque genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. Testo su due colonne, in greco ed in traduzione latina. Ottima edizione, considerata come una delle migliori del '700 ed elogiata da Dibdin e Brunet.

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        ANATOMIA DEL CAVALLO, INFERMITA?, ET SUOI RIMEDII. Opera nuova, degna di qualsivoglia Prencipe, & Cavaliere, & molto necessaria à Filosofi, Medici, Cavallerizzi & Marescalchi. Adornata di bellissime Figure, le quali dimostrano tutta l'Anatomia di esso Cavallo. Divisa in due volumi.

      In-4 gr. (mm.350x232), 2 voll. in 1, p. pelle bazana coeva (dorso a cordoni con tit. oro, e risg., rifatti), pp. (4),250; 266; grande marca tipograf. ai due frontesp. Il vol. è molto ben illustr. da 64 xilografie a piena pag. nel t. che raffigurano il cavallo dal punto di vista anatomico. Il primo vol. "in cinque Libri copiosamente dichiara tutte le cose appartenenti alla detta Anatomia" - il secondo "in sei Libri tratta pienamente di tutte l'infermità del Cavallo & suoi rimedi". Magnifica opera, una delle pietre miliari della moderna medicina veterinaria, pubblicata per la prima volta a Bologna nel 1598: raggiunse le 15 ristampe nel 1769. Cfr. De Renzi "Storia della medicina in Italia",III,137: "Il Senatore bolognese Carlo Ruini diede la migliore monografia anatomica di quel tempo, e la sua "Anatomia del Cavallo" è stata, al dire di Cuvier, spogliata da tutti quei che hanno scritto sullo stesso argomento nei secoli XVII e XVIII" - Morton,285: "First book devoted exclusively to the structure of a single species other than man. Besides being one of the foundation-stones of modern veterinary medicine, it contains a description of the lesser circulation. The admirable plates are by some authorities attributed to Leonardo" - Mennessier,II, p. 465 - Nissen,I,3514 - Brunet,IV,1458 - Graesse,VI,191. Timbro di apparten. al frontesp., con qualche fiorit. o alone o uniformi arross., ma complessivam. un buon esemplare con barbe.

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        CURIOSITIES OF NATURE AND ART IN HUSBANDRY AND GARDENING. Containing several new experiments in the Improvement of Land, Trees, Fruits, &c. And also nice and useful Observations relating to the Vegetation and Propagation of Plants; with choice Secrets to make Plants, Flowers and Fruits larger, more beautiful, and to ripen earlier than usual

      London: D. Brown, A. Roper & Fran. Coggan First English edition, 1707. Hardcover. Good. Allegorical frontispiece + 12 copperplates (one of which in facsimile on old paper). Frontispiece attributed to Michael van der Gucht (1660-1725) Flemish engraver working in England. Octavo panelled calf blindtooled (tips worn, neatly rebackacked I matching leather). Frontis, titlepage +[14] +352pp some misnumbered but collated complete. Text foxed & browned but paper still quite crisp, stable & tight. The plates printed on different paper and are all unfoxed, and aside from slight marginal browning are whiter than the text. *Translated by William Fleetwood from Curiositez de la Nature et de l'Art sur la Ve´ge´tation, but author's & translator's names do not appear. This English version pre-dates the French first edition as given in British Library catalogue, and the chapter order does not correspond with the French.

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        PER LA FEDELISSIMA COMMUNITA' DI ROVIGNO CONTRO LI SIGNORI ANTONIO VALERIO, E FRATELLI COSTANTINI QU. SIG. DOT. ISEPPO.

      In-8 gr. (mm. 273x185), p. pelle bazana coeva (restaur.), dorso a cordoni con filetti e tit. oro, tagli rossi, pp. (2),216. Unito a: ?Stampa Fratelli Costantini contro la Communità di Rovigno al Taglio", pp. (2),122. Interessante raccolta di tutti gli atti relativi ad una controversia durata un intero secolo, dal 1707 al 1793, tra i Fratelli Costantini e la comunita' di Rovigno (Istria), per l'erezione di un forno sul fondo Drio Vier della Sagrestia di Santa Eufemia, con documenti che risalgono allo Statuto del 1531. Cfr. Fontana ?Bibl. degli Statuti dell?Italia Sup.?,II, p. 496. Esempl. molto fresco.

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        A SERMON PREACH'D AT SALTERS-HALL, TO THE SOCIETIES FOR REFORMATION OF MANNERS, IN THE CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER, OCTOBER 6TH, 1707

      London: Printed by J. Humfreys, 1707.. [4],[5]-56pp. Octavo. Extracted from bound pamphlet volume. Reside of old spine, somewhat foxed, title trimmed a bit close at fore-margin, just touching a portion of the inner frame, but a good copy, with the half- title. First edition. A relatively early publication by Watts, a sermon delivered before the influential activist association pursuing the suppression and prosecution of what they perceived as public and private immorality in behaviour, commerce and the arts. ESTC located only three copies in Britain, and six in the U.S. OCLC locates a total of ten original printed copies. Not in NCBEL. ESTC N22787.

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        The Barbacue Feast: Or, The Three Pigs of Peckham, Broil’d under an Apple-Tree: Where The Cooks were Numberless; The Company Masterless; The Meat Carv’d with Hatchets; And Punch drank by Pail-fulls. By the Author of The Trip to Jamaica

      London: Printed : And sold by B. Bragge, at the Raven in Pater-Noster-Row, 1707. First edition. Unbound. Good. London: Printed : And sold by B. Bragge, at the Raven in Pater-Noster-Row, 1707. Quarto. First edition. 28pp. Troyer p.232 (who notes, "I have been unable to locate a copy"), wrongly listing the publication date as 1706. In prose. Publishedat the height of Ward's popularity, shortly after his political poem 'Hudibras Redivivus' (1705-1707), this seems to have had a smaller, more specific, print run. An exceedingly rare pamphlet, containing the first known mention of the barbecue in the form in which it has become established. BL and Bodleian locations only. Stab-sewn, remains of one chord present. Browned throughout, more so at prelims. & last leaves. Numerals of leaves B4-C very slightly shaved. Trace of old vertical fold across centre of pamphlet, and several tiny paper holes to title corresponding to this. Residue of old paper repair to fore-edge of title, and small later paper repair to same at verso. Good copy. (**PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: This item will require special carriage arrangements - please contact us directly via e-mail or telephone for further details and to order**).

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        Den oförmodelige några höga potentaters sammankomst i det kongliga swenska hufvudkwarteret Alt-Ranstad den 18., 19.

      och 20 april år 1707. Stockholm, Johan H. Werner, (1707). 4:o. (7) s. Något solkiga marginaler. Tagen ur band. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Ej i Klemming. Warmholtz 5490. Skildrar det berömda besöket av Hertigen av Marlborough och August den starke hos Karl XII i lägret i Altranstädt. Marlboroughs intentioner var att utröna vilka planer Karl hade, när nu både Danmark och Polen var besegrade. August försökte rädda vad som räddas kunde. Tre bordsplaceringar avbildas i texten och visar de tre middagarna med respektive hög potentat som värd

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        A Parallel Of The Antient Architecture With The Modern, In A Collection Ten Principal Authors who have Written upon the Five Orders,......Made English for the Benefit of Builders. To which is added an Account of Architects and Architecture, in an Historical and Etymological Explanation of certain Terms particularly affected by Architects. With Leon Baptista Alberti's Treatise of Statues By John Evelyn

      London: D. Browne, J. Walthoe, et al, 1707. Second edition. leather_bound. Full modern half calf and marbled boards. Near fine./No Dust Jacket. Small folio, 34.5 x 22 cm. [a-e2, B-Z2, Aa-Gg2, A-X2], 110 leaves. Forty full page engravings, engraved vignettes and text illustrations; added engraved title page lacking, but provided in reduced facsimile. [FOWLER 130 notes his copy also lacks added title]. Second edition of Evelyn's translation. First published Paris, 1650 with the first English edition in 1664. Presents comparisons and illustrations of the orders of Palladio, Scamozzi, Serlio, Vignola, D. Barbaro, Cataneo, Alberti, Viola, Bullant and De Lorme. Contains Evelyn's interesting dedication to Sir Christopher Wren, and with his enlarged "Account of Architecture." "But despite its similarity to the major sixteenth-century architectural treatises, the `Parallele' is not simply a compilation of examples derived from earlier works -- it is a statement of a new point of view. It is the first architectural treatise of the seventeenth century to propose a fresh look at earlier architectural treatises." [see: MILLARD 76]. BRUNET Vol.I, p.1762. Minor stains, a few small tears repaired, first few unprinted leaves, and title page with slight loss at lower fore-edge margins only, old inked owner signature head margin of title page, two bookplates, raised bands, green leather spine label printed in gilt.

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        ANATOMIA DEL CAVALLO, INFERMITA' ET SUOI RIMEDII. Opera nuova, degna di qualsivoglia Prencipe, & Cavaliere, & molto necessaria à Filosofi, Medici, Cavallerizzi & Marescalchi. Adornata di bellissime Figure, le quali dimostrano tutta l'Anatomia di esso Cavallo. Divisa in due volumi.

      In-4 p., 2 voll. in 1, cartonato rustico coevo (restaur. all?ang. infer. per manc.; risg. rifatti), pp. (4),250; 266; grande marca tipograf. ai due frontesp. Il vol. è molto ben illustr. da 64 xilografie a piena pag. nel t. che raffigurano il cavallo dal punto di vista anatomico. Il primo vol. "in cinque Libri copiosamente dichiara tutte le cose appartenenti alla detta Anatomia", il secondo "in sei Libri tratta pienamente di tutte l'infermità del Cavallo & suoi rimedi". Magnifica opera, una delle pietre miliari della moderna medicina veterinaria, pubblicata per la prima volta a Bologna nel 1598: raggiunse le 15 ristampe nel 1769. Cfr. De Renzi "Storia della medicina in Italia",III,137: "Il Senatore bolognese Carlo Ruini diede la migliore monografia anatomica di quel tempo, e la sua Anatomia del Cavallo è stata, al dire di Cuvier, spogliata da tutti quei che hanno scritto sullo stesso argomento nei secoli XVII e XVIII" - Morton,285: "First book devoted exclusively to the structure of a single species other than man. Besides being one of the foundation-stones of modern veterinary medicine, it contains a description of the lesser circulation. The admirable plates are by some authorities attributed to Leonardo" - Mennessier,II, p. 465 - Nissen,I,3514 - Brunet,IV,1458 - Graesse,VI,191. Prime 73 cc. restaur. all?angolo inf. per manc. (da un max. di cm. 6x6 a 2x3); la tav. I (pp. 133/134), mancante di metà figura (ora riprodotta su carta antica), è stata restaur. in modo eccellente (v. ill.); lieve alone al marg. bianco, ma certam. un buon esemplare con barbe.

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        Les Delices de l'Italie, contenant une description exacte du pais, des principales villes, de toutes les antiquitez, & de toutes les raretez qui s'y trouvent

      La Compagnie des Libraires, Paris, [second edition], 1707.. A guide to Italy for better-off French-speaking tourists. Hardback, 4 volumes, small octavo (17cm high by 10cm wide) 352 pages ([xvi], 334, [2]): 364 pages ([iv], 360); 308 pages ([iv], 302, [2]) & 298 pages ([iv], 266, [28, Table des Matières]) plus 150 copper-plate engravings, slightly under half of them folding: Binders full calf, the spines now having plain raised bands and titled direct; all edges sprinkled orange. ••••CONDITION•• The letterpress very clean with original margins and free of foxing; the plates mostly similar but a few have areas of dustmarking at the edges and a very few have old waterstains which do not appear on the adjoining pages. All four volumes have been robustly re-backed, perhaps in the Victorian era with the loss of the original marbled free end-papers (the inner plain ones preserved); most of the edges and corners somewhat worn although still quite serviceable.

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        A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans. + A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistle of St. Paul to the Ephesians.

      London, Awnsham & John Churchill, 1707. 4to. Bound together in one nice, contemporary full calf Cambridge-style binding. Professionally and neatly rebacked and edges restored. Binding with some overall wear causing darkening of the leather and wear to the blindstamping, but professionally restored as neatly as possible. First title-page with a bit of minor dust-soiling, but otherwise internally nice, clean, and well preserved. Armorial bookplate of George Kenyon to pasted down front end-paper (bookplate cut at edges). 142, (2, - advertisements) pp. + 60 pp.. Rare first editions of Locke's important commentaries on St. Paul's letter to the Romans and to the Ephesians respectively, two important works closely related to his general philosophical and political outlook, and more specifically connected to his work on tolerance."Before his death, Locke wrote instructions for his cousin and heir Peter King regarding certain unpublished works. The first of these posthumous publications to appear was a set of "paraphrase and notes" on the Epistles of St. Paul, the fruits of Locke's biblical studies during his later years and of his disputes with Edwards and Stillingfleet. The paraphrases of each of the five Epistles were brought out separately between 1705 and 1707, then reissued with a collective title page and an introductory essay in which Locke explained his method of reading and interpreting St. Paul. A paraphrase and notes was frequently reprinted during the eighteenth century and had several imitators." (Locke Bibliography)With his commentaries on the two letters of St. Paul, Locke sets out to bring forth a Christianity that is both reasonable and tolerant. He focuses on the difficulties of interpretation of the letters and criticizes previous interpretations, calling for a new method of interpretation that is based on reasoning. Thus, the present works are of great interest to the study of Locke's philosophy and thought in general and are of paramount importance to the understanding of his thoughts on Christianity. Locke Bibliography No. 701 + 702

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        De Custen van Denemarcken, en Sweden, van Valsterbon tot Schenkenes, als mede de cust van Pomeren...

      Meget dekorativt kobberstukket søkort over Østersøen mellem Skånes og Blekinges kyst og nordkysten af Pommern med Rügen. Amsterdam 1707. 52x42 cm. Arkmål: 67x54 cm. Smuk samtidig håndkolorering. Med 1 stor kompasrose. Velbevaret eksemplar.. Smukt eksemplar af Jacob Theuniszoons store søkort over den danske ende af Østersøen, fra østspidsen af Møn til Ølands sydlige odde. Det er den maritime slagmark fra Store Nordiske Krig, der ses her med Bornhom som centrum i billedet

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        Calendarium perpetuum universale: Das ist, Immerwährender allgemeiner Calender, der Natur und Zucht, Kunst und Wissenschaft, Tugend und Gesundheit, Vernunfft und Weisheit, Wirthschafft und Vergnüglichkeit. Erbauung der Gemüts-Ruhe und Pflantzung der Seeligkeit.

      Schwabach, (M. Hagen für J. L. Buggel in Nürnberg), 1707. (20) + 488 p. Engraved frontispiece, some woodcuts (diagramm) in the text. Later marbled paper binding, slightly worn, faded spine. Text with some foxing and browning. 19,5 X 15 cm

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