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2016-01-20 21:51:53
LAUFENBURG/Rhein
Kupferstich von Jos. Schmutzer, nach "B. Beauson delin 1707", 1737, 32 x 43,5 cm. Aus: M. Herrgott, "Genealogiae ... Habsburgicae". - Links oben Titelkartusche. Sehr schönes, gut erhaltenes, breitrandiges Blatt mit Mittelbug. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Baden-Württemberg
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2016-01-19 06:21:06
PAPIN, Denis.
"First edition, very rare, of one of the earliest works on steam power, the basis of the Industrial Revolution. "In 1707 [Papin] sent the Royal Society a monograph [the present work] describing a design of engine which he had developed on far-sighted high-pressure principles. The following year he returned to London to seek support for his invention. Although Leibniz admired it and suggested refinements, Sir Isaac Newton turned it down and Thomas Savery criticized it most severely, accusing Papin of poaching his ideas" (Smith, p. 139). Papin used the engine described in this book to power the first steam-driven vehicle. Published simultaneously in 1707 in French at Cassel and in Latin at Frankfurt, this Leipzig imprint is not recorded in bibliographies. Only one copy is listed on OCLC (Freiberg University of Mining and Technology); no copy on COPAC. The Latin edition is more complete than the French for, as the preface to the French edition tells us: "It was thought right to suppress in this French edition the demonstrations needed to prove all that is proposed ... those who enjoy such kinds of reasoning [may] find them easily at the end of the work in the Latin edition" (translation from Smith, p. 147). These 'demonstrations' occupy pp. 62-94 of the present work.<br/><br/> Papin (1647-1712?) arrived in Paris in 1670 intending to practise medicine, but soon became disillusioned and, having developed a taste and talent for mathematics and machinery, sought the patronage of the wife of the minister Colbert. She arranged for him to lodge in the Louvre and to assist Huygens, wh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2016-01-18 19:05:23
Marperger, Paul Jacob.
Hamburg, Benjamin Schiller, 1707. Zweite Ausgabe; die Erstausgabe erschien 1704. - Durchg. etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Humpert 268 u. 3814; vgl. NDB XVI, 235 u. Katalog der Menger-Bibliothek S. 55. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 350 Kl.-8°. 1 Bl., 306 S., 2 Bll., Mod. Ppbd. m. etw. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückenschild. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
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2016-01-18 19:05:23
Marperger, Paul Jacob.
Hamburg, Benjamin Schiller, 1707. Kl.-8°. 1 Bl., 306 S., 2 Bll., Mod. Ppbd. m. etw. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückenschild. Zweite Ausgabe; die Erstausgabe erschien 1704. - Durchg. etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Humpert 268 u. 3814; vgl. NDB XVI, 235 u. Katalog der Menger-Bibliothek S. 55. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Marperger, Das Neu-Eröffnete Manufacturen-Hauß, In welchen Die Manufacturen insgemein, dero differenten Arten, erfordernten Materialien, davon dependirenden Künstler vorgestellet werden, Auch welche Manufacturen einem Lande und Stadt nützlich seyn, wie selbe glücklich zu introduciren und beyzubehalten, Wobey auch Von denen Handwerckern, deren Zünfften, deren Rechts-Gebräuchen und Mißbräuchen gehandelt wird, Manufaktur, Manufakturen, Berufe, Handwerk, Industrie
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-01-13 13:11:40
[BEVERLEY, Robert, ca. 1673-1722];
Amsterdam Chez Thomas Lombrail 1707 12mo; [4], 432, [16]pp, plus 14 finely executed plates (based on the engravings from the first part of Theodor De Bry's Grand Voyages) and a folding table. Engraved title page, with the coat of arms of Virginia, precedes the printed title page. Translated from the English ("The history and present state of Virginia, in four parts," first published in 1705). Contemporary full calf, the spine, in six compartments, very richly gilt with a red morocco label lettered in gilt. A very handsome, well-preserved copy Sabin 5116. Howe B-410. Church 821. JCB I 93. Near Fine
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd.
2016-01-09 03:12:20
DRENTHE / Niederlande (Netherlands):
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Cornelio Pynacker n. Frederick de Wit b. Covens & Mortier in Amsterdam, 1707-1741, 37,5 x 48 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, S. 308. - Zeigt die niederländische Provinz Drenthe. - Oben links Titelkartusche; darunter Erklärungen. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2016-01-03 18:53:46
Mauriceau, François:
Nürnberg, Johann Hofmanns seel. Wittib. und Engelbert Strecken, 1707. 8°. 7 n.n. Bl., 607 S. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, 22 Kupfertafeln und 3 Holzschnitten im Text. Lederband der Zeit. Vgl. Waller 6359 (für Ausgabe 1687. - Nicht bei Blake. - Titelauflage der Ausgabe von 1681 bzw. 1687 beim gleichen Verlag. Zweite deutsche Ausgabe des zentralen Werkes. Mauriceau (1637-1709) war Wundarzt und nicht Mediziner. Seine ausgeprägte Beobachtungsgabe erlaubte ihm viele Irrtümer seiner Vorgänger zu korrigieren. Er führte als erster Geburten im Bett aus und sprach sich gegen den Gebärstuhl aus. Sein Lehrbuch wurde zum meistübersetzten Werk der Geburtshilfe. - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig. Einband bestossen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Zürich, Switzerland]
2015-12-23 14:28:42
Luther, Martin und M. Nicola Haas:
Leipzig, Gleditsch, 1707. 26 nn. Bl., 328 Bl., 134 Bl., 94 Bl., 179 Bl.,mit insgesamt 25 Kupferstichen. Ledereinband über Holzdeckel, ca. 36,5 x 24 cm. Einband berieben und bestossen, stellenweise beschabt. Deckel mit kleinen Holzwurmlöchern, die Schließbänder nicht mehr vorhanden. Bindung im ersten Fünftel gelockert, Buchblock angebrochen (keine losen Seiten). Die ersten ca. 50 Blatt mit einzelnen stecknadelgoßen Wurmgängen. Etwa 15 Blatt am Rand hinterlegt, etwa 15 Blatt mit kleinen Ausrissen im weißen Rand. Die letzten 4 Blatt (Augsburger Konfession) mit Blattverlust und Einrissen (ca. 1/5 Blattverlust mit Textverlust). Vorsätze um 1900 erneuert. Stellenweise etwas gebräunt, bzw. feuchtigkeitsrandig.Restaurierungswürdiges Exemplar. Versand D: 4,50 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Morch-Israel
2015-12-20 08:13:40
John SENEX (1678 - 1740) London, 1721. Copper engraving with original outline hand colour (Good, some transference oxidization from the map once having been folded within an atlas), 60.5 x 51 cm (24 x 20 inches).
- Prior to 1707, Scotland was a separate nation from England, even though the two kingdoms were ruled by the same monarch. While England had a burgeoning global empire, Scotland had no colonies and was eager to enter the realm of global imperialism and trade. From 1698 to 1700 she endeavored to set up her own colony of ‘New Caledonia’ on a remote section of the Caribbean cast of Panama known as the Isthmus of Darien. The present map sheet features two attractive and fascinating maps depicting and contextualizing the so-called ‘Darien Scheme’. The upper map, A Draft of the Golden & Adjacent Islands, focuses closely in on the main Scots base of ‘New Edinburg’ and the adjacent area. The lower map depicts the greater region, extending from Nicaragua, in the northwest, over the Colombia, in the southeast. It shows that, in theory, New Caledonia occupied a strategic location that could potentially become a great entrepôt of trade between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Historical Context During the mid-1690s, Scotland was in an ebullient mood. It’s economy was buzzing and it finances seemed to be on a stable and progressive footing upon the establishment of the Bank of Scotland in 1695. Yet, the Scots were envious of the vast wealth flowing into London from England’s overseas colonial ventures, most notably the West Indies sugar trade and the profits yielded by the English East India Company (EIC). As many Scots had served and thrived in English colonial service, Scotland felt confident that it had both the financial and human resources to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
2015-12-16 14:59:57
Dickenson, Jonathan:
Leyden: Pieter van der Aa, [1707?].. [28]pp., printed in double columns (with the actual printed foliations, totaling 50, referring to the columns). Folding map and three in-text illustrations. Folio. Modern three-quarter cloth and marbled boards, spine gilt. Faint stain in upper outer corner of most text leaves. Closed tear in foremargin of leaf A1. Good. The Frank C. Deering copy, with his gilt leather bookplate on the front free endpaper. Dickenson's harrowing narrative was first published in Philadelphia in 1699, and in London in 1700 and 1701. All of those editions are rare, the first being exceedingly so. The next edition came out in 1707, by Dutch printer Pieter van der Aa, who produced folio and octavo versions, both of which were the first to contain illustrations. This is the scarcer folio edition. Dickenson's story is not exactly an Indian captivity narrative, although often considered such. He and his companions were shipwrecked on the Florida coast in 1696 and walked several hundred miles north to St. Augustine and safety. Indians stole from them and harassed them, but little else. The map shows the eastern seaboard of the United States, as well as Cuba, Hispaniola, and Jamaica. The three engravings show Dickenson's tribulations at the hands of the Florida Indians. EUROPEAN AMERICANA hypothesizes a 1708 publication date. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 708/36. VAIL 305. Octavo van der Aa edition: CLARK I:73. HOWES D317. AYER 74. SABIN 20017. SERVIES 262.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2015-12-14 16:25:58
Dickenson, Jonathan
Leyden: Pieter van der Aa, 1707. [28]pp., printed in double columns (with the actual printed foliations, totaling 50, referring to the columns). Folding map and three in-text illustrations. Folio. Modern three-quarter cloth and marbled boards, spine gilt. Faint stain in upper outer corner of most text leaves. Closed tear in foremargin of leaf A1. Good. The Frank C. Deering copy, with his gilt leather bookplate on the front free endpaper. Dickenson's harrowing narrative was first published in Philadelphia in 1699, and in London in 1700 and 1701. All of those editions are rare, the first being exceedingly so. The next edition came out in 1707, by Dutch printer Pieter van der Aa, who produced folio and octavo versions, both of which were the first to contain illustrations. This is the scarcer folio edition. Dickenson's story is not exactly an Indian captivity narrative, although often considered such. He and his companions were shipwrecked on the Florida coast in 1696 and walked several hundred miles north to St. Augustine and safety. Indians stole from them and harassed them, but little else. The map shows the eastern seaboard of the United States, as well as Cuba, Hispaniola, and Jamaica. The three engravings show Dickenson's tribulations at the hands of the Florida Indians. EUROPEAN AMERICANA hypothesizes a 1708 publication date. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 708/36. VAIL 305. Octavo van der Aa edition: CLARK I:73. HOWES D317. AYER 74. SABIN 20017. SERVIES 262.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2015-12-10 13:46:48
Alvarez de Colmenar, Juan:)
Pieter vander Aa,, Leiden, 1707 - Leiden, Pieter vander Aa, 1707. 2°. (4) Bl., 80, 84, 128, 52, 56 S., (32) Bl. Register. Mit Kupfertitel, ganz Kupfer zur Widmung, 1 grossen gef. Karte, 1 gefl Tafel, 164 Textkupfer. Marmor. Leder d. Zt., Rücken recih vergoldet mit roten Rückenschild, goldgepr. Supralibros. Cf. Brunet I, 206 (franz. Ausg.). - Erste holländische Ausgabe, zeitgleich mit der französischen "Les délices de l' Espagne et du Portugal". Die Karten und Ansichten wurden von Alvarez de Colmenar (fl. 1707-1741) vor Ort gezeichnet, die beiden ganzs. Kupfer und die Titelvignette stammen von Jan Goeree (1670-1731), die Textkupfer, welche Ansichten vieler Städte bieten, sind nicht signiert. Das Werk bietet eine ausführliche Beschreibung beider Länder, sowohl geschichtlich als auch geographisch und soll als "Wegweiser" sein für Reisende dienen. - Schönes Exemplar, vorderes Aussenglenk etwas defekt, Leder etwas berieben. Die erneuerten Vosätze leimschattig. - Mit Exlibris Emanuel Stickelberger und Dietegen Stickelberger auf Vorsatz. Sprache: Niederländisch / Nederlandse / Dutch Marmor. Leder d. Zt., Rücken recih vergoldet mit roten Rückenschild, goldgepr. Supralibros. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz AG
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2015-12-09 16:53:45
(Leipzig), 1707.. Einblattdruck mit großem Kupferstich (18,2 x 27 cm) und zweispaltigem typographischen Text. 38,5 x 31,1 cm. Nicht bei Drugulin und Snoilsky. - Überaus seltenes Blatt, das eine Zusammenkunft des schwedischen Königs Karl XII. mit dem neu eingesetzten König von Polen, Stanislaus Lesczcyski, in Karls Hauptquartier im sächsischen Altranstädt überliefert. - Ein hier beiliegendes zweites Blatt mit dem vorausgegangenen Friedensschluß vom 7. Dezember 1706 ["Abbildung der offenen Taffel, woran beyderseits Königliche Majestäten ... bey der nach geschlossenen erwünschten Frieden ersten Zusammenkunft, Abends gespeiset in dem Königl. Schwedischen Haupt-Quartier Alt-Rannstadt den 7. (17.) Decembr. Anno 1706"; der untere Erklärungstext mit Impressum fehlt hier] ist bei Drugulin (II, 3796) und Snoilsky (S. 203) hingegen verzeichet. Snoilsky zitiert als Impressum: "Leipzig, auff den Auctions-Platz, in Rothhaubts Hoff am Markte. 1707". Da beide Blätter ganz offensichtlich vom selben Drucker stammen, muß es sich entweder um nacheinander erschienene Flugblätter oder eine Serie zum Friedensschluß handeln. Der einzige für uns auffindbare Nachweis von Exemplaren dieser Drucke in öffentlichen Bibliotheken ist eine Handschrift, in der neben unseren beiden Blättern noch ein weiteres, eine Generalstabs-Quartierliste Karls XII. im Quartier Altranstädt, beigebunden ist (Akten über den schwedischen Einfall nach Sachsen, siehe: L. Schmidt, Katalog der Handschriften der königl.-öffentlichen Bibliothek zu Dresden, Bd. III, Wiesbaden 1906, S. 257). - Kleine, alt hinterlegte Randläsuren, lei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2015-12-06 21:45:34
(Gundling, Nicolaus Hieronymus).
Franckfurt und Leipzig, bey Christoph Bachmeyer 1707. 8°. Titelbl., 6 nn. Bll., 541 S., mit 6 (v. 8) gef., gest. Taf., 15 nn. Bll. (Register), mit e. Titelblattvignette, Kopfleisten, Initialen u. Schlussvignetten - Angebunden: (GUNDLING, Nicolaus Hieronymus). Des. Heil. Römischen Reichs freye Stadt Nürnberg. Ohne Impressum (um 1700), 8°. 1 gest. Taf., Titelbl., 2 nn. Bll., 158 S., 1 nn. Bl. (Inhalt), mit Kopfleisten, Initialen u. Schlussvignetten. - Angebunden: (GUDE, Heinrich Ludwig). Der Staat von Preussen. (Halle, Rengerische Buchhandlung vor 1708). 8°. Gest. Frontisp., (Titelbl.) 122 S., mit Kopfleisten u. Initialen. - Angebunden: PREUSSEN. - Wohlgemeinte und Unvorgreiffliche Anmerckunge (!) bey der..Beschreibung des Staats von Preussen. Ohne Impressum (um 1708). 8°. (Titelbl.), 40 S., mit Kopfleisten, Initialen u. e. kleinen Ziervignette. Halblederband aus neuerer Zeit, Einbanddeckel marmoriert, Buchschnitt rotgefärbt. Seiten nur schwach gebräunt u. wenig fleckig. Mit Besitzstempel (Sammlung Heimeran) und Besitzeintrag von alter Hand am vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt (Johann Michael Böck. 1837). Will, Nürnbergisches Gelehrten-Lexicon 1,58. Vgl. ADB 10,129f. (Gundling). VD18 11295112 (Gude). Vgl ADB 10,87. Jöcher 2,1242f. Bircher 9140 u. 9141 (Gude) - Sammelband mit vier selbständig erschienenen Werken - die Nürnberg betreffenden, anonym erschienenen, Schriften verfasste Nikolaus Hieronymus G. (1671-1729), Frühaufklärer, bedeutender Jurist u. ab 1707 Professor an der neugegründeten Universität in Halle. - Heinrich Ludwig G. (gest. 1707), gab eine Reihe zum praktisch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker
2015-12-06 12:47:15
Church of England.
London : Printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd ; printers to the Queens Most Excellent Maje, 1707-01-01. London : Printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd ; printers to the Queens Most Excellent Majesty,, 1707-01-01. Hardcover. Good. Octavo. 416 unnumbered pages. Frontispiece portrait of Queen Anne; 50 engraved plates of New Testament scenes on 49 leaves. Contemporary black calf, ornate gilt dentelle, raised bands, compartments decorated in gilt, all edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Rubbing, small crack along joint. Leaves ruled in red. Occasional spotting. Early signature of Elizabeth Walter.
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2015-12-03 05:29:01
Francis Sandford, Samuel Stebbing
London : M Fenour, for John Nicholson; and Robert Knaplock, 1707 A good copy of the 2nd enlarged edition in contemporary full leather binding with 5 double page plates, 70 full page engravings and 2 double page genealogical tables. This edition was brought up to date by Samuel Stebbing, who added material for the years from 1677 to 1707, to Sandford's substantial work begun when he was Lancaster Herald of Arms in Charles II's reign. The quality of the work - from the material, to the paper, to the illustration - is very high, with some of the paper resembling light card. This copy was owned by Henry, Duke of Kent (1671-1740); Thomas Philip de Grey (2nd Earl of Grey - known as Lord Grantham - 1781-1859), and the Drummond Clan. There are armorial bookplates for all three on the front pastedown and fep - the Drummond plate with the motto 'Gang Warily'. The contemporary full leather binding is complete, but the spine joints have worn and there is wear to corners, with leather loss, and some damage to the title label on the spine, which has raised bands and elaborate gilt decoration. There is a gilt border to the boards. The page edges are lightly speckled. The endpapers are marbled with repair (failed) to the front endpapers; and the verso's and 2 initial and final blanks have spotting. The second initial blank has some creasing and repair. This copy has been priced to take account of the cost of binding repair. Internally, the contents are in very good condition. With title page in red and black; dedication 2pp; To the Reader 2pp; subscribers list 2pp; half title to Book I; t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: E C Books [United Kingdom]
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2015-12-01 15:03:31
Francis Sandford, Samuel Stebbing
M Fenour, for John Nicholson; and Robert Knaplock, London 1707 - A good copy of the 2nd enlarged edition in contemporary full leather binding with 5 double page plates, 70 full page engravings and 2 double page genealogical tables. This edition was brought up to date by Samuel Stebbing, who added material for the years from 1677 to 1707, to Sandford's substantial work begun when he was Lancaster Herald of Arms in Charles II's reign. The quality of the work - from the material, to the paper, to the illustration - is very high, with some of the paper resembling light card. This copy was owned by Henry, Duke of Kent (1671-1740); Thomas Philip de Grey (2nd Earl of Grey - known as Lord Grantham - 1781-1859), and the Drummond Clan. There are armorial bookplates for all three on the front pastedown and fep - the Drummond plate with the motto 'Gang Warily'. The contemporary full leather binding is complete, but the spine joints have worn and there is wear to corners, with leather loss, and some damage to the title label on the spine, which has raised bands and elaborate gilt decoration. There is a gilt border to the boards. The page edges are lightly speckled. The endpapers are marbled with repair (failed) to the front endpapers; and the verso's and 2 initial and final blanks have spotting. The second initial blank has some creasing and repair. This copy has been priced to take account of the cost of binding repair. Internally, the contents are in very good condition. With title page in red and black; dedication 2pp; To the Reader 2pp; subscribers list 2pp; half title to Book I; te … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ecbooks
2015-11-22 18:05:43
OBERRHEIN:
- Kupferstich von 2 Platten gedruckt v. Johann Konrad Fuchs b. Jeremias Wolff in Augsburg, dat. 1707, 142 x 53,5 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, Landkarten der Pfalz am Rhein, 1513-1803, S. 35; Ritter, Die Landkarten von Jeremias Wolff und Johann Friedrich Probst, in: Cartographica Helvetica, 35 - 2007, S. 22; Gier-Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck und Verlagswesen, S. 1255 f. - Jeremias Wolff war als Kupferstecher, Kunsthändler, Buchhändler u. Verleger in Augsburg von 1688-1724 tätig. - Zeigt den Rheinlauf mit beidseitigen Gebieten von Mainz bis Rheinfelden. - Die größeren Städte wie Freiburg, Basel, Breisach, Strassburg, Landau, Philippsburg, Mannheim etc. mit Befestigungsanlagen. - Unten links große fig. Titelkartusche. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Seltener Augsburger Einblattdruck! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2015-11-17 12:15:08
Hevelius, Johannes and Giovanni Riccioli
GORGEOUS HAND-COLORED EARLY 18th c. DOUBLE HEMISPHERE MAP OF THE SURFACE OF THE MOON - based upon the models of Johannes Hevelius and Giovanni Riccioli, this map is the first comparative chart of the Moon. Both spheres illustrate the same side of the Moon and each is topographically detailed, offering a greater than 360 degree viewing with all visible features weighted equally. The left hand map is by Hevelius with place names rendered in his nomenclature; the right hand map is by Riccioli with place names rendered in his nomenclature. Though the two systems of naming would go on to compete with each other for another 140 years, eventually Hevelius' Latin names gave way to those of Riccioli's (and those names remain in use today). The map measures a full 20.5 x 23.5 inches (52.07 x 59.69cm) and first appeared in 1707 in Johann Baptist Homann's Neuer Atlas, then again in 1742 as plate no. 11 in Doppelmayr's important Atlas Coelestis. Because both were published by Homann's Nuremburg firm, there is literally no discernible difference between the two publications; this fact makes it all but impossible to discern which of the two publications this map originated within. The lunar map on the left, "composed by Hevelius is considered a foundational map in the science of Selenography - or lunar cartography. This map first appeared in Hevelius' 1647 work Selenographia, [a work which] laid the groundwork for most subsequent lunar cartographic studies. Here the moon is presented as it can never be seen from Earth, at greater than 360 degrees and with all visible features given eq … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Atticus Rare Books [West Branch, IA, U.S.A.]
2015-11-10 21:17:04
Al-Tugrai, Hassan ibn Ali.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2015-11-06 12:07:01
ROSSI, Domenico
1707 - Impreso en ROMA, Stamperio alla Pace, MDCCVII-MDCCIX. (1707-1709). En folio, 4 volúmenes. Ecuadernación de época en plena piel, lomo dorado con cinco nervios y dos tejuelos. 1) XXXII p., incluso portada, 105 laminas grabadas, 130 p., 7 h. 2) 4 h., incluso portada, 103 laminas grabadas, 234 p., 3 h., 21 h., 1 h. 3) 6 h., incluso portada, 102 laminas grabadas, 224 p., 3 h., 19 p., 1 h. 4) XV p., 100 laminas de la 17, con el COLOFON. Excepcional ejemplar con 414 preciosas laminas grabadas. En portadas aparece sello tintado "Biblioteca de las Artes Antonio Canovas Vallejo" [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: C.M.Garrido
2015-10-28 09:57:22
Henao Colón, Larriategui, Bartholome de
1707. ex officina Eugenii Antonii Garcia. Salmanticae. . 1 Vol. . Antport. + Port. + 10H + 408 pp. + Index (27 pp.) pp. Folio. Pergamino. Derecho (General), Idiomas (Latín), Siglo XVIII . Interesante y rara obra sobre derecho civil y jurisprudencia escrita por Bartolomé de Henao Colón y Larriategui. Profesor de la Universidad de Salamanca y autor de ascendencia vascongada. Buen ejemplar con texto a dos columnas y portada a dos tintas. Ilustrado con viñetas xilográficos y capitulares orladas. Encuadernado en pergamino con lomera caligrafiada. .
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa [Bilbao, Spain]
2015-10-26 10:18:50
LE SAGE, Alain-René,
Amsterdam, Henri Desbordes, Marchand Libraire dans le Kalvestraat, 1707. (sic). 1 blank, engrd. allegorical frontispice, title w. engrd. title-vignette, 2 unnumbered leaves, 348 pp. & 2 unnumbered leaves (table des matières). Full contemporary vellum with ink-titled spine. 12°. First edition published in France in 1707 and probably simultaneously in Amsterdam (or = Paris?). Very good copy w. an ExL. of Swets on pastedown. Cf. for the Paris first edition (?) VICAIRE 39531, who does not state an engrd. frontispice; BRUNET however does. The first edition outside France in the same year as the first Paris edition. ¶ A very sound copy. RARE. Only 4 copies in major European libraries: one in Oxford one in Berlin, one in the SWB. and one in the BN. Collation en langue francaise sur demande. FORT RARE. Le catalogue de la Bibliothèque Nationale décrit cette éditon comme "2ème" et "Description matérielle : VIII-318 p. : index ;", pas mentionnant la frontispice, ni dans VICAIRE, pendant BRUNET mentionne une frontispice pour cette édition.
Bookseller: INTERNATIONAAL ANTIQUARIAAT
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2015-10-16 08:57:21
Cellarius Christoph, 1638-1707
Cellarius Christoph, 1638-1707 - Geographia, Atlas, anno 1797, Cellarius Ch., 26 Karten, komplett Geographia Antiqua, Atlas, edited in London, anno 1797, 8°, original leather binding, spine cracked, blank leaf, cracked, frontispiz, 3 leaves, 180 pages, 26 coppermaps, 1 copperengraving. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat
2015-09-29 19:23:32
EUSTACHI, Bartolomeo (1500-1574)
Leiden, Jan van der Linden, 1707. Two parts in one volume, 8vo; contemporary stiff vellum, inked title on spine; (12), 358, (6), 98, (12) + 47, (1) pp. and 8 engraved plates. A fine copy.RARE SECOND EDITION (first Venice 1564) of the first book devoted to the structure and function of the teeth.Eustachi is credited with being the first anatomist to study the teeth in detail. He based his work on the dissection of fetuses and stillborn infants, and in the Dentibus he described the first and second dentitions, pointed out that the crowns of teeth were composed of two separate layers (enamel over dentin), and provided a clear description of the dental pulp and root canal. He also set out to explain how teeth develop, and offered suggestions on how to treat various dental diseases.The volume also includes the first specific treatise on the kidney, the first account of the Eustachian tube in the ear, the first description of the thoracic duct, and the Eustachian valve.Garrison-Morton, 3668; DSB, IV, pp. 486-88; Hoffmann-Axthelm, pp. 141-42. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2015-09-27 19:56:12
HOMANN, J. B.
Nürnberg, Homann, vor 1707.. Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte, Bildausschnitt 48,5 x 56,5 cm, Blattgr. 54 x 63,5 cm.. Sandler, Johann Baptista Homann, Die Homännischen Erben, Matthäus Seutter und Ihre Landkarten, p 58 (Nr. 12); schon im ersten 1707 im Homann-Verlag erschienen Atlas enthalten, wohl eine Kopie der gleichnamigen Karte von N. Visscher, zeit Katalonien von den Pyrenäen bis zum Mittelmeer, mit dekorativer Titelkartusche unten rechts; mit der üblichen Mittelfalz, etwas gebräunt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH
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2015-09-26 16:14:17
SAINT AUGUSTIN.
J.-B. Brovellio. Lille. 1707. . avec des notes par M. du Bois. 3ème édition. 6 vol. in-12, reliés 1/2 vélin aux coins, environ 3335pp. TBE.
Bookseller: Epsilon [Paris, France]
2015-09-25 14:49:54
BRUCE, John:
London, printed by Authority of the Honorable Court of Directors, 1810.FIRST EDITION 1810, 3 volumes, complete set. 4to, approximately, 315 x 250 mm, 12½ x 10 inches, pages: viii, 1 - 572; [4], 1 - 677; [4], 1 - 693, all with half - titles, bound in half morocco, gilt lettering to spines, gilt top edges, marbled boards and endpapers. Volume 1 lacking pages 77 - 78, Volume 3 lacking pages 69 - 72, the same pages are missing in the Bodleian Library's set, the text appears complete, 22 pages of light foxing and 7 pages with slightly heavier foxing to Volume 1, shallow creases and scoring to some margins, looks like a paper fault, 2 small edge tears neatly repaired nowhere near text, light foxing to blank endpapers, bookplate on pastedowns and small bookseller's label to lower edge, a few small handling marks otherwise a very good tight clean set. See: Catalogue of the Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature, Volume 2, page 86 Commerce section; The Kress Library of Business and Economics 1777 - 1817, page 284, B. 5619. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2015-09-10 13:50:04
Ittig, Thomas. Alberti Felde.
Frederici Lankisii & Benjamin Shiller,, Lipsiae & Hamburg: 1707 - Pagination: [8], clxii, 802, [82]. Tryphone: [6], 40 pp. Contemporary vellum with yapp edge, old ink title to spine, old ownerÕs signatures to bottom of front pastedown. Jacobi Friderici (18th c. writer?). Very minor browning (as usual), otherwise a fine copy. Illustrations: Portrait frontispiece, wooduct initial and decorative head and tail pieces. "The works of Ittigius who is called "diligens antiquitatis ecclesiasticae cultor" by Cave, may afford helps to the study, as well as collection, of the earlier Fathers of the Church: a study not less gratifying than profitable; and instrumental alike to the illustration and confirmation of the truths of Christianity" [-Dibdin]. A comprehensive bibliography of the early church fathers organized by geographic location. OCLC locates only 2 copies of the Felde work. Citations: Graesse III: 439. Besterman 6087-88. Dibdin I:73. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Dark Parks Rare Books & Collectibles
2015-08-29 14:59:46
LE MAISTRE DE SACY
Paris: ChezGuillaume Desprez, 1707. Fine. ChezGuillaume Desprez, Paris 1707, 8 tomes en 8 Vol. in-12 (8,5x14cm), (14) 521pp. et 467pp. et 413pp. et 491pp. et 490pp. et 424pp. et 417pp. et 370pp. (2), 8 volumes reliés. - First reprinting of the Bible called Port Royal. Binders of the time in full blue morocco night. Back with five nerves decorated with florets and casters cold. Lace and Cold mesh coaching boards. Golden lace coaching contreplats. Golden roll on turns. All edges gilt. Some very tiny friction, otherwise fine copy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première réimpression de la Bible dite de Port-Royal, illustrée d'un frontispice non signé ; elle parut initialement en 1696, grâce à Pierre Thomas du Fossé qui continua le travail laissé à la mort de De Sacy et rassembla ses manuscrits. Reliures de l'époque en plein maroquin bleu nuit. Dos à cinq nerfs ornés de fleurons et roulettes à froid. Dentelle et filet à froid en encadrement des plats. Dentelle dorée en encadrement des contreplats. Roulette dorée sur les coupes. Toutes tranches dorées. Quelques infimes frottements, sinon très bel exemplaire, rare dans cette condition. Célèbre édition de la Bible, traduite de la Vulgate par Le Maistre de Sacy, dans une version qui devint la référence officielle au XVIIIe siècle. L'ensemble des écrivains de Port-Royal travailla à ce grand oeuvre, durant de nombreuses années. Jamais la bible n'avait été aussi accessible à un si large public, ses qualités littéraires la firent adopter par la plupart des écrivains au XIXe siècle. Ex-libris Gassot de Deffens collé sur le contreplat.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2015-08-21 17:31:12
WOLFF, Jeremias
Augsburg, Jeremias Wolff, um 1707.. Kupferstichkarte mit Grenzkolorit von M. Seutter nach G. de l'Isle, Bildausschnitt 46,5 x 64 cm, Blattgr. 50 x 66,5 cm. Szantai, Atlas Hungaricus, Wolf 1a. Ulbrich, Allg. Bibliographie des Burgenlandes, VIII/1411; Ritter, Die Landkarten von Jeremias Wolff und Johann Friedrich Probst, in: Cartographica Helvetica 35, p. 22. Seltene Karte des Balkans in Maulwurfshügelmanier, wie meist bei den Karten von J. Wollf nach einer Vorlage von G. de l'Isle, reicht von Oppeln im Norden bis Saloniki im Süden, von Rijeka im Westen bis zur Krim im Osten und zeigt somit neben dem eigentlichen Ungarn auch Kroatien, Slawonien, Bosnien, Serbien, Bulgarien, Nordgriechenland, Teile Albaniens, den europäischen Teil der Türkei, die Walachei, Siebenbürgen, Moldawien, Bessarabien sowie Teile Polens und der Ukraine; unten rechts dekorative Kartusche mit Kartentitel, Autoren- und Verlegerangabe; unten links Kartusche mit vier unterschiedlichen Meilenzeigern und Signatur von Matthäus Seutter ("Seutter hatte lediglich in einer kurzen Spanne zwischen seiner Rückkehr nach Augsburg 1702 und seiner Gründung eines eigenen Verlages um 1707 für Wolff gearbeitet." Ritter, p. 23); die Karten von Jeremias Wolf sind wohl nie als Atlas verkauft worden sondern erschienen als Einblattdrucke, dementsprechend selten sie die Karten heute; nach Wolffs Tod 1723 kamen die Platten an J. F. Probst der sie wiederum um 1760 an T.C. Lotter verkaufte; dieser brachte die Karte titelgleich jedoch mit neuer Kartusche mit seiner Verlegeradresse heraus; mit geglätteter Mittelfalz, am rechten Rand e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH
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2015-08-21 02:20:16
Louis Isaac LE MAISTRE DE SACY
First reprinting of the Bible called Port Royal.Binders of the time in full blue morocco night. Back with five nerves decorated with florets and casters cold. Lace and Cold mesh coaching boards. Golden lace coaching contreplats. Golden roll on turns. All edges gilt.Some very tiny friction, otherwise fine copy. ChezGuillaume Desprez Paris 1707 in-12 (8,5x14cm) (14) 521pp. et 467pp. et 413pp. et 491pp. et 490pp. et 424pp. et 417pp. et 370pp. (2) 8 volumes reliés
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2015-08-20 05:23:32
Larrey, de
Rotterdam: Chez Reinier Leers, 1707. First edition.. Hardback. Folio in 4s. (14 x 10 inches). Two parts in one volume. Part 2 has a separate title page, but the page numbering is consecutive. pp.[24], 562, [12], 563-938, [62], 48, [4]. Title-page of part 1 in red and black. Printer's device on each t.p., with motto: 'Tenet meliora'; capitals; marginal notes. Contemporary vellum, stamped in blind, red compartment git, rubbed, raised bands, somewhat soiled, lacks ties. Tear and creases to top of front free endpaper at the gutter. Some light spotting. O/w contents clean and bright. Binding firm and square. Text in French. On the history of England from the Britons to Richard III. 'Dissertation sur l'origine des parlemens, leurs droits et leur autorité, on pp.48 at end. Two parts (published in one volume in the same year) of an ambitious series: 'Histoire d'Angleterre, d'Ecosse et d'Irlande', tome premier-second were published by Leers in 1697-1698, covering the history from Henry VII to James I; in 1713 vol. 4 was published by Fritsch et Böhm, covering the history from Charles I to William III. A Very Good copy. Heavy book, requiring eye-watering and prohibitive amounts of extra postage overseas. Too heavy for some territories. Courier in UK. We reduce the default shipping charge for lighter books or use it for a tracked service if books are expensive or uncommon. We pack books securely in boxes, or corrugated card or cardboard, and protect corners with bubble-wrap.
Bookseller: John Taylor Books P.B.F.A.
2015-08-19 09:02:22
Vauban, Sébastien Le Prestre, marquis de
S.l.: s.n., 1707. Hardcover. Fair. [2], v-xii, 268 p., 2 folded leaves of plates: tables; 16 cm. Signatures: *6(-1) A-L12 M2 (12mo). Remains of full calf with gilt-tooled title on spine. Modern box covered in maroon cloth with gilt-tooled title on spine and front section. Title vignette (printer's device?). Woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces, and initials. Circular stamp of Dickinson College Library on title page (sold at an auction of items withdrawn from the library). The author, Sébastien Le Prestre Vauban (1633-1707), is considered one of the greatest military engineers of all time. In this treatise he used statistical data to support his argument that all taxes should be repealed and replaced by a standard 10% tax on all agricultural output and on all income from trade and manufactures. After the work was condemned by the royal government, he attempted to reclaim all the copies that he had given away. He was fairly successful--WorldCat shows only one copy dated 1707. In Fair Condition: lacking 2 leaves of plates?; lacking front board; back board is detached; lacking much of leather and gilt from spine; lacking leaf preceding title page; title page is lightly soiled; minor loss at a few lower page corners; light soiling of a few corners. Box is clean and bright.
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera [U.S.A.]
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2015-08-17 13:15:05
Asien. -
Berlin:. Die schöne und detailreiche Karte stammt aus einem der ersten deutschen Schulatlanten, dem "Geographischen Atlas bestehend in 44 Land-Charten ...", der unter der Leitung des herausragenden Mathematikers Leonhard Euler (1707-1783) entstand und erstmals im Jahr 1753 als Vorzeigeprojekt der Preußischen Akademie der Wissenschaften erschien. - Die Karte zeigt den gesamten eurasischen Kontinent zusammen mit der Inselwelt Südostasiens..
Bookseller: Nürnberger Buch- und Kunstantiquariat
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2015-08-12 10:07:04
Haas, Nicolaus.
Leipzig: Verlag Johann Ludewig Bleditsch, 1707. Full Vellum. Good. Folio, 37 by 24 cm. 14 cm thick. Leaves are numbered, not pages, and so the page count is double, plus plates. [25], 328, 134, 94, 179 leaves, with a total of 248 full-page engraved plates. (By sections, Old Testament up to the Prophets: 135 plates, the Prophets, 11 plates, the Apocrypha, 6 plates, the New Testament, 96 plates.) Our copy has considerably more plates than described on OCLC, which gives the plate count as 135. While this number is in accord with the plate count for the first section, we would note that otherwise the leaf count is near identical with our collation. This OCLC summation does suggest there are maps -- there are none in our copy, and we believe that this is a misdescription, as there is no evidence of anything removed from our copy, and we collated every text page for completeness. Vellum heavily worn and darkened, with loss at spine head and the vellum lifted from adjoining boards at top. Tears along lower edge as well. Lacking FFEP and possibly prelim. blanks. The first leaf hanging by a thread, and the hinge is loose, affecting the first few gatherings. Roughness to the early leaves, with a few tears, corner creases and typical heavy wear that afflicts old bibles in Genesis. Three of the early plates have longish closed tears -- several inches each. By the end of Genesis the condition has improved and stabilized, and most of the leaves that follow, throughout the Old and New Testaments, are well-preserved -- they have age toning and some scattered soiling, but the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB [West Windsor, VT, U.S.A.]
2015-08-02 11:26:38
Brown, Thomas
Briscoe Sam. THE WORKS OF MR. THOMAS BROWN, IN PROSE AND VERSE. 1707 - 1711. First Edition. 'The Works of Mr. Thomas Brown, in Prose and Verse; Serious, Moral, and Comical'. London: Printed for Sam. Briscoe, 1707-1711. Four volumes. Contemporary early 1900s full leather. Gilt titles and red and green labels on full gilt spines. All edges yellow. Bookplates. Ink ownership signatures. Very light rubbing and wear to extremities. Commensurate with age light age-toning, light scattered foxing. Very good. Thomas Brown (1662 -18 June 1704), also known as Tom Brown, was an English translator and writer of satire. Brown was born in Shropshire; he is identified with the Thomas Brown, son of William and Dorothy Brown, who was recorded christened on 1 January 1663 at Newport. His father, a farmer and tanner, died when Thomas was eight years old. He took advantage of the free schooling offered in the county during his day by attending Adams' Grammar School at Newport, afterward continuing his education at Christ Church, Oxford and there meeting the college's dean, Dr Fell. Fell was well known as a disciplinarian, and Brown throughout his life displayed a disdain for restrictions. The legend behind Brown's most recognised work is therefore plausible: it states that Brown got into trouble while at Oxford, and was threatened with expulsion, but that Dr Fell offered to spare Brown if he could translate an epigram from Martial (I, 32, 1): "Non amo te, Sabidi, nec possum dicere quare; Hoc tantum possum dicere, non amo te". According to the story, Brown replied without missing a beat: "I do no … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: E.C. Rare Books. ABA . ILAB . ABAC . [North Vancouver, BC, Canada]
2015-07-28 09:43:55
Vauban, Sébastien Le Prestre, marquis de
S.l.: s.n., 1707. Hardcover. Fair. [2], v-xii, 268 p., 2 folded leaves of plates: tables; 16 cm. Signatures: *6(-1) A-L12 M2 (12mo). Remains of full calf with gilt-tooled title on spine. Modern box covered in maroon cloth with gilt-tooled title on spine and front section. Title vignette (printer's device?). Woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces, and initials. Circular stamp of Dickinson College Library on title page (sold at an auction of items withdrawn from the library). The author, Sébastien Le Prestre Vauban (1633-1707), is considered one of the greatest military engineers of all time. In this treatise he used statistical data to support his argument that all taxes should be repealed and replaced by a standard 10% tax on all agricultural output and on all income from trade and manufactures. After the work was condemned by the royal government, he attempted to reclaim all the copies that he had given away. He was fairly successful--WorldCat shows only one copy dated 1707. In Fair Condition: lacking 2 leaves of plates?; lacking front board; back board is detached; lacking much of leather and gilt from spine; lacking leaf preceding title page; title page is lightly soiled; minor loss at a few lower page corners; light soiling of a few corners. Box is clean and bright.
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera [USA]
2015-07-24 21:32:58
STRABO (Strabo of Amasia).
Amsterdam: Joannes Wolters, 1707. Folio, with a fine engraved title-page, parallel text in Greek and Latin in double columns; well-preserved contemporary vellum, spine elegantly lettered in ink with in gilt ornament between raised bands, covers ornately gilt with complex central emblematic device. The best edition of Strabo's enormous Geography, his kolossourgia or colossal work as he described it himself. The influential Greek geographer who travelled widely, studied under both Aristotelian and Stoic teachers, and spent some decades in Rome, wrote his work early in the first century. Along with the less-known geographers Aratus and Geminus, Strabo promulgated the idea that the torrid zone of the spherical globe was occupied throughout its length by an ocean which divided his continent from another antipodal one in the southern hemisphere. This edition is based on the critical edition by the great classical scholar Casaubon, here further edited with the addition of extensive notes from the best commentators, and with the addition of text that had been omitted from the sources available to Casaubon. 'The annotations of preceding learned men are arranged with skill in their respective places, by the care and diligence of [this edition's editor] Almeloveen' (Dibdin). The "Geographies" of Strabo were 'by far the most important source for ancient geography, a priceless document of the Augustan age, and a compendium of important material derived from lost authors' (OCD). The work represents the classical world's most significant contribution to the science of geography. The first … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House [Australia]
2015-07-10 16:53:56
Rogissart, sieur de; Havard, abbe
par la Compagnie des libraires, avec privilege du Roy 1707 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. Ouvrage enrichi d' un très - grand nombre de Figures en Taille - douce. Rogissart, de - H(avard). Paris, par la Compagnie des libraires, avec privilege du Roy, 1707. 4 volumi in - 12°, piena pelle coeva, dorsi a 5 nervi con fregi e titoli in oro.... I: (16), 334, (2) pp. con antiporta, 2 carte geogr. e 38 tavole incise in rame f.t.; II: (4), 359 pp. con antiporta e 20 tavole f.t.; III: (4), 302 pp. con 49 tavole f.t.; IV: (4), 266 con antiporta e 44 tavole f.t. La maggior parte delle tavole sono ripiegate. Bellissimo esemplare di questa rara edizione (completo). Quérard, La France littéraire, VIII, p. 116 (ne cita altre ma non questa). Fossati Bellani, I, 352 (es. incompleto). Cremonini, L' Italia nelle vedute, cita l' ediz. 1706.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2015-07-04 17:37:31
Garnier, Jean- ). Garnerius ( R. P.- ).
Lyon, Molin, 1707. In- 12, (8)- 218- (2) pp., maroquin rouge à la du Seuil, roulette or sur les coupes, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure, rel. de l' ép. Première édition lyonnaise, après 2 éd. parisiennes, en 1688 et 89. Publication posthume de ce texte de J. Garnier, érudit théologien, "l' un des plus savants jésuites de son temps", spécialiste de théologie morale et de casuistique. "Manuel" du confesseur, "Juge, médecin et ami du pénitent". Etonnant papier utilisé pour les gardes : volutes et oiseaux or sur fond rose ; défauts insignifiants, bel ex. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Thierry Gauville [Gatteville- le- Phare, France]
2015-06-23 21:23:46
Bonfrerii, Jacobi (Jacques Bonfrère, Jakobus Bonfrerius); Johannes Clericus (Jean Le Clerc); Brocardo Monacho (Burchardus de Monte Sion, F. Brochardus); Eusebius of Caesarea; Jerome (trans.); Franciscus Halma (François Halma)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-06-20 10:17:07
AA, PETER VAN DER.
Leiden, Van der Aa, um 1707.. 3 Bll., 119 SS., 3 Bll. Register; 96 SS., 4 Bll. Register; 43 SS., 3 Bll. Register; 58 SS., 3 Bll. Register; 32 SS., 3 Bll. Register mit insgeamt 5 gefaltete Kipferstichkarten und 25 gefalt. Kupferstichtafeln, 8° ( 18 x 12 cm.), Ganzleder der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung und Deckelblindprägung. ( Ecken und Kanten leicht bestoßen ).. Sabin 3. - Der komplette Bd. 2 ( v. 28 ) der berühmten Reisesammlung, erschienen bei Pieter van der AA. Die Karten (jeweils in 1. Ausgabe ) zeigen alle Amerika. Sie wurden auch in anderen Publikationen van der Aa's benutzt ( z. B. Galerie Agreable). Folgende Reisen werden in diesem Band behandelt. 1.) Kolumbus 1. Reise. 2.) Kolumbus 2. Reise. 3.) Reise Vaco de Gamas. 4.) Kolumbus 3. Reise und 5.) Reisen v. A. de Ojeda, A. Vespucchi, C. Guerre und P. A. Nino. - Gut erhaltener Band der vollständig nahezu unauffindbaren Reihe.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2015-06-16 15:15:36
Clarendon Edward
Printed at the Theater Oxford, Oxford, 1707. Complete in 3 volumes. Large paper copy. Books measures 18 1/2 x 12 1/4 inches. Collation, xxiii[1],557, [14]581, [22]603, [1],[23] pages, each volume has an engraved frontis, engraved head and tail pieces, half title to each volume. Bound in full calf. Each volume professionally rebacked, retaining the original boards. raised bands, ornate gilt tooling within compartments. Boards lightly rubbed, a few minor scuff wear marks. Bindings in very good clean firm condition. Internally, pages in very good clean condition throughout. A very nice clean set, with wide margins, in attractive bindings. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: George Jeffery Books [HERTFORDSHIRE, United Kingdom]
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