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2012-02-27 19:26:11
London: printed for Dan. Brown [et al. ], 1707. First edition, 8vo, [8] & unpaginated lexicon in double column; contemporary paneled calf, red morocco label on spine, sprinkled edges; imperceptibly rebacked, with original spine laid down; spine a little scuffed, else a very good, sound copy. "The first English dictionary to make any considerable use of woodcuts; the next development in this respect does not appear until 1727, when Bailey in his Universal Etymological English Dictionary, Volume II, illustrates scientific as well as heraldic terms" (Starnes & Noyes, p. 94). Often passed off as a later edition of Blount because of its similar title and design, this dictionary, while owing a debt to Blount, is in fact a new work by an anonymous author who placed an emphasis on science, which Starnes & Noyes call "the most formative and forward-looking feature" of it. In fact, pages [7-8] are proposals for printing Harris' Lexicon Technicum. Alston V, 89. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2012-02-13 11:34:10
Juengken, (Jüngken) Johann Helferich
- Editio Secunda. - Frankfurt, Joannis Ziegeri, 1707, Kl.8°, VIII, 344 pp., 200 pp.; pp.201-408, (4), Ledereinband der Zeit. Johann Helferich Juengken, "zu Frankfurt am Main, geboren am 19. December 1648 in Caldern bei Marburg, beerdigt am 7. Januar 1726 zu Frankfurt a. M., studirte zuerst Theologie, dann Medicin zu Marburg und Giessen und promovirte 1672 zu Heidelberg. Von dieser Zeit an führte er viele Jahre ein herumziehendes Leben. 1672 wurde er Arzt zu Murten in der Schweiz, erhielt l675 den Titel als herzogl. Pfalz-Birkenfeld'scher Hofarzt. 1677 zog Juengken von Murten weg und wurde Physicus zu Waiblingen und Leibarzt der Gemahlin des Pfalzgrafen von Veldenz und des Grafen von Witgenstein. Unter die Frankfurter Aerzte wurde er 1679 aufgenommen, aber schon 1681 vom Grafen Truchsess als Amtsarzt zu Lohr angestellt. 1682 begleitete er als Reisearzt den kaiserlichen Gesandten, Grafen Hohenlohe. 1683 wurde er Stadtarzt zu Speyer und Leibarzt des Grafen zu Erbach, 1686 Physicus zu Mosbach. Erst 1689 zog er dauernd nach Frankfurt, wurde 1690 Garnisonsarzt, 1693 Hospitalarzt, 1695 Physicus. Er führte den Titel eines Leibarztes des Landgrafen von Hessen-Homburg, des Grafen Isenburg-Offenbach, des Grafen von Stolberg-Gedern und als Mitglied der Leopoldiniseh-Karolinischen Akademie der Naturforscher den Namen Apollonius. Seine Schriften sind: "Chymia experimentalis curiosa" (1681; 1682 ; 1701) - "Commentarius de notis Agricolae in Poppii chymiam" (1686) - "Praxis medica'' (1689; 1698) - "Compendium chirurgiae manualis" (1691) - "lnstitutiones seu fundamenta medicinae modernae ec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Medicusbooks
2012-02-05 16:13:52
Della Casa Giovanni
Giuseppe Manni, Firenze, 1707. 12 opere in 3 voll. in-8° (213x148mm). PP. XI, (1), 62 (Notizie intorno alla vita.), 111 (Rime), 218 (Annotazioni), (7) (Parallelo tra Petrarca e della Casa), 34 (Ragionamento di Francesco Bocchi sopra le prose vulgari di Mons. Della Casa), 22 (Istruzione al cardinale Caraffa), 93 (Lettere), 180 (Galateo, Trattato degli ufficj comuni tra gli amici superiori e inferiori, Orazioni), (20), 275 (Latina monimenta), 32 (Orazione per la Lega contra l'Imperator Carlo V), (2). Cartonatura marmorizzata moderna. Capilettera, testatine e finalini decorati e figurati. Al primo vol. ritratto del Della Casa inciso in rame da Cosimo Mogalli. Ex-libris nobiliare. Due dedicatorie di Carlo Maria Carlieri, una delle quali (il nome del dedicatario è al frontespizio del vol. I) al conte Ferrante Capponi. Fioriture usuali. Bell'esemplare. Pregevolissima edizione di tutte le opere volgari e latine del Della Casa dovuta alle cure dell'abate Giambattista Casotti, del quale sono le Notizie intorno alla vita e agli studi del Della Casa, scritte in forma di lettera e pubblicate anche separatamente a Firenze nello stesso anno. Della Orazione per la Lega contro l'Imperator Carlo V, non essendone stata permessa la pubblicazione in Firenze, si fece la stampa altrove, a Lione. I vocabolaristi, però, come indica il Gamba, non si sono serviti dell'edizione francese, ed hanno preferito la stampa che si trova nella parte prima del vol. II delle Prose Fiorentine. Le opere latine erano già state edite dai Giunti nel 1564 con il titolo onnicomprensivo di Latina monimenta. Gamba, 288: … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2012-01-30 11:26:45
ALGHISI, Tommaso.
FIRST EDITION of one of the finest books on urology, with respect to both printing and illustration, and one of the best early books on lithotomy. Alghisi, a native of Florence, was probably the first to use an indwelling urethral catheter to drain urine away from the wound after lithotomy. The fact that he advocated the inclined position of the patient with his head raised led to its general adoption. See Murphy, The history of urology, p. 100, (illustrating plate XVI). Kiefer catalogue 12.Small folio, pp. 24, CX, (1)licence, and 16 fine engraved plates. Half-title, engraved vignette on title by Cosimo Mogalli, some fine and large woodcut ornaments. Contemporary sheep, ends of spine and corners repaired, no free endpapers. A few small marks but generally an excellent copy.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips
2011-12-02 17:13:54
UPPER RHINE -
. Large engr. map of the Upper Rhine, printed on 2 plates. Augsburg: Jeremias Wolff 1707. 53,5 x 142 cm. * J. Wolff was engraver, art dealer, bookdealer and publisher in Augsburg from 1688-1724..
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2011-11-30 16:23:32
FONTENELLE BERNARD.
Aux dépens de Paul et Isaac Vaillant,, A Londres, 1707. "Pp. 181 (9). Frontespizio in rosso e nero e bell'antiporta incisa in rame. Unito a: Entretiens sur la pluralité des mondes S.n.t. Pp. (8) 103 (1). Con antiporta figurata ed una tavola rip. f.t. Unito a: Histoire des Oracles S.n.t. Pp. 119 (3). Con antiporta figurata. Unito a: Lettres galantes de monsieur D'Her***. S.n.t. Pp. 160 (8). Con antiporta figurata. Unito a: Poesies pastorales. S.n.t. Pp. 150 (6). Con antiporta figurata. Cinque opere in un volume di cm. 16, solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con nervi passanti. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Collezione completa delle "Oeuvres diverses" di Fontenelle. Il nostro esemplare presenta il titolo complessivo della raccolta solo in un occhietto al secondo volume. "
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2011-11-26 22:22:13
SPOOR (Henricus).
Ultrajecti [Utrecht], Typis Gerardi Muntendam, 1707. In-quarto (181 X 240) basane fauve, dos cinq nerfs ornés, caissons dorés avec fleuron central, pièce de titre maroquin rouge, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées (reliure de l'époque) ; (1), frontispice, titre, 6 pages non chiffrées (dédicace et préface), 199 pages, 1 page non chiffrée (index des gravures et errata), (1). EDITION ORIGINALE de ce rare traité, qui connut deux autres éditions en 1709 et 1715. Il contient en frontispice une belle gravure allégorique de P. Bodart d'après un dessin de G. HOET, et 99 PORTRAITS gravés de personnages grecs et romains : dieux, souverains, chefs militaires, philosophes, poètes et écrivains, femmes vertueuses et courtisanes, héroïnes, scientifiques, etc. Chaque portrait est accompagné d'une courte biographie en latin du personnage représenté, et en regard de chaque portrait on trouve des épigrammes également en latin relatifs au personnage. BEL EXEMPLAIRE de cet intéressant et curieux travail iconographique. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ERIC CASTERAN [TOULOUSE, MP, France]
2011-11-12 01:43:59
eminent Spanish authors, and now first made English by Captain John Stevens
London - Samuel Bunchley, 1707 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition.. Full calf leather binding with gilt lettering to spine. The first edition of this scarce and importantwork. Contains 3 Spanish stories and a play translated into English by John Stevens. The Spanish works are attribued to Francesco Lopez de Ubeda and Andres Perez de Leon, Fernanso Rojas, Gonzales and Juan de Avila. John Stevens (c. 16621726), was a translator and antiquary. He settled in London in 1695 to make a living as a professional writer, putting his command of Spanish and Portuguese to practical, though not lucrative, use. Over the next thirty years he published over twenty translations, mainly from the Spanish, in addition to histories of Spain and Portugal and a painstakingly researched Spanish dictionary. He satisfied the contemporary taste for books of travel by making available some of the classics of the conquista: accounts written from an Iberian, rather than an English point of view. Though self-deprecating about his literary style, he produced a lively and successful translation of Quevedo's comic satires. He preferred fact to fiction, and required a tale to carry a moral. The austere and devout Quevedo, champion of absolute monarchy, was his favourite writer, and in 1709 he recruited him to the tory cause by translating two of his political works in defence of Dr Henry Sacheverell. Condition: The binding is firm and the rear board is attached, though by the cords only. The front board is detached but present, and the rear inner hinge is strained. There is some wear to the extremities … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2011-10-31 16:54:45
Collectible [Publisher: Firenze, per il Carlieri all´Infegna di S. Luigi] 1707
Bookseller: amazon.com
2011-10-28 09:16:34
Abraham a S. Clara - Abraham a Sancta Clara (d.i. Johann Ulrich Megerle)
Hertzen, Würzburg 1707. Gest. Frontispiz, Titel, 5 Bl., 98 (von 100) Kupfertafeln u. 198 (von 200) Seiten Text. 4°. Etwas späterer Halblederband. Erstausgabe.. Starke Gebrsp. Einband beschabt. 2 Taf. (Sol/Ignis), 1 Textbl. (Ignis) u. 4 Bl. Register fehlen. Frontisp. ausgeschnitten u. auf fliegenden Vorsatz mont., Titel u. zahlr. Taf. u. S. beschädigt, teils mit Ausriß u. teils hinterlegt, teils mit auch größerem. Textverlust. Taf. ohne Verlust, teils gebräunt u. fingerfleckig. - Schönes Emblembuch des berühmten Predigers mit lat.-deutschen Gedichten, Erläuterungen u. Fabeln zu Tugenden u. Lastern. Verso Titel zusätzl.montiert großes gest. Brustbild des Verfassers.
Bookseller: Kaner & Kaner GbR
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2011-09-29 14:47:00
Maundrell, Henry
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 fourte … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-09-26 20:45:11
Maundrell, Henry
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 fourte … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera
2011-08-28 02:48:53
MAITRE-JAN (Antoine)
Troyes, Jacques Le Febvre. (14), 573, (1)pp veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné (rel. de l'époque) 1707, 1707, in-4, (14), 573, (1)pp, veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné (rel. de l'époque), Première édition, peu commune, de cet ouvrage qui est l'une des pièces majeures de l'histoire de l'ophtalmologie. Antoine Maître-Jan (1650-1730) divise son ouvrage en deux parties: description de l'oeil puis de ses maladies. L'auteur distingue trois catégories de maladies: les maladies du cristallin connues vulgairement sous le nom de cataractes; maladies du corps vitré, de l'humeur aqueuse, de la rétine, du nerf optique, etc.; maladies situées entre le globe & l'orbite. Tous les exemplaires conservés dans les institutions possèdent (14) ff liminaires. Le feuillet ê4 n'existe apparemment pas; il y a cependant une réclame en bas du feuillet ê3, notée "La", qui ne correspond pas au feuillet qui suit, A1. Ex-libris manuscrit Baillot. Exemplaire en état moyen, avec traces de morsures en marge des premiers feuillets, sans atteinte au texte, et plusieurs surcharges à l'encre sur les gardes et sur le titre. Coiffes et coins usés. Blake p. 284; Waller n° 6166; Wellcome IV-32
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
2011-08-14 13:49:08
COWLEY, Abraham (1618-1667).
London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1707. Hardcover. Very Good. 2 volumes, 8vo (193 x 116mm). [2],LXXVIII,[8],894,[2]p.) Engraved portraits of Abraham Cowley, Martin Clifford, Thomas Sprat, William DíAvenant, Pindar, Thomas Hobbes and Dr. Scarborough (vol. I) and Dr. Harvey, King Charles II, Mrs. Catherine Philips, John Evelyn Esq., and George Villiers (vol. II) Engraved folding plate of mythical creatures (Orpheus playing lyre?) and full-page engraving of David playing harp, pastoral scenes and heraldic vignettes opening books of David plus two others (vol. II). Text including ëThe mistress: or, several copies of love-versesí, ëPindarique odes, written in imitation of the stile and manner of the Odes of Pindarí, ëDavideis, a sacred poemí, and ëCutter of Coleman-Streetí with separate title-pages, pagination and register are continuous; with the final advertisement leaf. Late 19th-century full calf by Jeremiah Larkins, marbled endpapers, edges stained yellow; (edges trimmed close affecting some printed marginalia, lightly toned, some dustsoiling; spines crudely repaired, calf chipped at edges, corners rounded). Booklabel the Chaucerhead Bookshop to rear pastedown. Tenth Edition. Abraham Cowley was one of the leading English poets of the 17th century, with 14 printings of his Works published between 1668 and 1721. The Works were collected in 1668, when Thomas Sprat, afterwards bishop of Rochester, brought out a splendid edition in folio, to which he prefixed a graceful and elegant life of the poet. There were many reprint … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books [US]
2011-08-02 08:49:24
Fabricii, Jo Alberti
Hamburgi: Christiani Liebezeit, 1707. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. Full vellum, 21 cm, 230 pages, frontis engraving. Very good copy but for label on spine, stamp of Bibliothek de Regierung zu Merseburg on front free endpaper.
Bookseller: Moe's Books [United States]
2011-06-30 06:11:53
SURERY DE SAINT REMY (Pierre).
chez Rigaud,, A Paris, 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. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2011-04-07 00:10:04
Druzbicki, Gaspar (Kaspar, Kasper, Gaspare)
Joan. Jacobi Remy, Monachii (München), 1707. (1 Bl.), 240 S., (1 Bl.); geboren 1589, gestorben 1662, kathol. asket. Schriftsteller, Jesuit u. Autor einer Vielzahl an Meditationen über das Leben u. Leiden Christi, sowie von Streitschriften und Versuchen; Ausgabebezeichnung: Nunc denuo typis datae altera vice; wunderschöner, dunkelbrauner Ganzlederhandeinband neuerer Zeit aus der Werkstatt der Buchbindermeisterin Monika Schellhase (Schwelm); Unikat; Besitzervermerk auf dem Titelblatt, Blätter teils fleckig u. teils mit kl. Randläsuren; schönes Expl. dieses seltenen Titels Size: 13,5 cm [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Rainer Kocherscheidt [Velbert, Germany]
2011-03-29 22:52:53
Beverley, Robert
Thomas Lombrail, Amsterdam 1707 - Contemporary calf, 12mo., five raised bands, spine label is faintly readable. (6), 432, (16) pages, 14 plates, folding table. Binding is secure. Pages have no browning and very little foxing. Translated from the English. Howes B410. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bookhouse
2011-03-14 08:00:54
Hoare, William
Pieter Van Der Aa, Leyden 1707 - 27 pages, plus 3 pages index. In a more recent hardcover binding. The voyage of William Hoare to the East Indies in 1618. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Tinakori Books
2011-02-08 20:14:04
Medizin - Gufer, Johann.
Luzern, Heinrich Rennward Wyssing, 1707. 13x8 cm. (18) Bl., 306 S., (27) S. Register, (21) S. HLdr.-Bd. des 19. Jahrhunderts. Erste und einzige "Schweizer" Ausgabe. - Erschien erstmals 1668 in Augsburg bei Göbel unter dem Titel "Tabulae medicae seu medicina .: kleine Hauss-Apotheke ." und erlebte viele Ausgaben. - (Einbd. berieben. Es fehlen die Seiten 95/96 und 97/98 sowie im Veterinärteil am Schluss S. [4/5]. Im Gelenk gebrochen. Fast durchgehende kleine Wurmspuren. Widmung auf Innendeckel). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat [Zürich, ZH, Switzerland]
2011-02-02 05:56:37
DELISLE, Guillaume.
Paris. 1707 - Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 63 x 50 cm. (25 x 19½ inches) Good condition - dark patches to lower margins, some offsetting and slight browning to centre-fold. Delisle was an important French cartographer of the early 18th century. He held the position of First Royal Geographer to the King. A map of Egypt, Nubia and Abyssinia. From Africa in the west to the Arabian peninsula in the east and the Mediterranean sea in the north to Sudan in the south. Scales top right. Interesting notes in the countries explains who rules these areas. In Royaume de Gorhan it explains that these inhabitants have a particular language and reside in the desert. Atlas de Geographie.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2010-10-24 10:11:12
Black, William
1707. Edinburgh, 1707. One of Two Early Works on the Scottish Gild Merchant 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 (6-1/2" x 4"). 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. $450. * 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 regu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2010-10-06 19:49:48
MAUNDRELL, HENRY.
Oxford: Printed at the Theater, 1707. 8vo, near-contemporary full panelled calf, black morocco label, gilt rules and lettering. Nine copper-engraved plates (five folding). ¶ Maundrell (1665-1701) was stationed in Aleppo from 1696 to 1701 as chaplain of the Levant Company. His account of Baalbeck and Palmyra are the first such descriptions by an Englishman. Engraved armorial bookplate of "Colonel Cooper" on the front pastedown. Edges rubbed; hinges starting, but sound; very attractive copy.
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop
2010-10-06 13:22:16
Ward, Edward, attrib.
London: B. Bragge, 1707. Sixth edition. (ii),i-x,11-104;(iv);55pp. Engraved frontispiece of a Description of the Calves-Head Club. Contemporary full leather in a Cambridge-style binding tooled on the boards in panels. Spine in 6 compartments with raised bands. Black leather lettering label, gilt. Old, neat hinge repairs, light wear to corners and spine tips, some old marginal notes, else a very good copy. Also includes 'A Vindication of the Royal Martyr, King Charles I' by Samuel Butler, and 'The True Presbyterian Without Disguise' by Sir John Denham, Knight. ETSC T2721. The Calves Head Club was formed in derision of the memory of King Charles I. It fell out of favor after the Restoration. ESTC T2721. Very good.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2010-10-06 13:22:16
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2010-09-21 16:16:27
Roland Freart
London, 1707. 2nd edition. Hardback. Very Good/None. 1092 Folio. 'In a Collection of Ten Principal Authors who have Written upon the Five orders, viz Palladio and Scamozzi, Serlio and Vignola, D. Barbero and Cataneo, L.B. Alberti and Viola, Bullant and de Lorme, Compared with one another. Written in French by Roland Freart, Sieur de Chambray; 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 Esq., Fellow of the Royal Society'. Condition notes: Restored and rebacked, modern quarter leather on marbled boards. Small knick to leather of spine, on front cover. New end papers; title page backed. Some marginal graffiti esp p 48, probably late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, and elaborate drawings- in fact, exercises in draftmanship- to blank pages and some margins (eg p82), clearly by a student using the work rather than an idle book-defacer. Some soiling; occasional damp stains. Some page edges ragged. This carefully-restored book has clearly had serious use, but has been rescued and now represents a good copy of this scarce work. Text and plates of the main work (Evelyn's translation of Freart) are complete; Evelyn's Account of Architects and Architecture is complete. Alberti's Treatise is missing one leaf (page 69-70). Photos on request.
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2010-09-19 14:38:49
Wolffgang, And. Matth. (Stecher).
Augsburg. 1707. J.M.Roth - Augsburgisches Friedens - Gedächtnüs Die „ Augsburger Friedensgemälde „ sind jährlich erscheinende Einblattdrucke mit erläuterndem Text, die an den Westfälischen Frieden von 1648 erinnern sollten. Die Initiative dazu ist von der evangelischen Barfüßergemeinde ausgegangen. Zwischen 1651 und 1789 erschienen insgesamt 138 Blätter mit Kupferstichen unter Beteiligung von 55 Künstlern als Zeichner und Kupferstecher; allein für das Jahr 1653 ist kein Kupferstich, sondern nur ein Gebet gedruckt worden. „ Die Reihe ist somit ein Musterbuch der Augsburger Künstler dieser Zeit". Die Druckplatten wurden von der Barfüßer-Pfarrei aufbewahrt; es folgten immer wieder Nachdrucke, die in Sammelbänden mit eigenem Titel und einer Einführung verlegt wurden. Nach der Herausgabe im Jubiläumsjahr 1748 folgten bis 1789 noch 41 Jahrgänge. Sämtliche Jahrgänge wurden 1790 ein letztes Mal mit neuem Titel versehen herausgegeben. Lit.: Seitz, Augsburg. Anhand der großen Auswahl der gezeigten Blätter, an der teils bedeutende Stecher und Zeichner der Augsburger Schule beteiligt waren, lässt sich die Stielentwicklung des Augsburger Kupferstichs vom Hoch- über den Spätbarock bis zum Rokoko ( etwa ab 1740 ) verfolgen; die letzten Stiche zeigen sogar frühklassizischtischen Stil. - In leuchtenden Farben kolorierter Kupferstich. Sprache: Deutsch Kolorierter Kupferstich. 46 x 31cm. mit dem Text.
Bookseller: P. u. P. Hassold OHG [Dinkelscherben, Germany]
2010-09-13 13:28:10
DU PERRON, Jacques Davy; Jacques-Auguste de Thou; Charles de Saint-Denis, Seigneur de Saint-Evremond; Charles Cotolendi
Small 8vo. London: Printed for Tho. Osborne . . .; and Sam. Butler, 1707. Small 8vo, contemporary full panelled calf, modern antique-style rebacking in matching calf, backstrip with four blind-ruled raised bands, black morocco backstrip label lettered & ruled in gilt. [ii(ad leaf)], [x], 329, [7("An Index...," Errata, & ads)] pp. Covers rubbed; handsomely rebacked in period style; some trivial foxing; an attractive copy. First Edition of these translation from French miscellanies of several eminent 17th-century Frenchmen. Du Perron (1556-1618) was a Cardinal, theologian, and diplomat. De Thou -- known as 'Thouanus' -- (1553-1617) was a statesman and scholar known for his brilliant, highly controversial history of his own times. Saint-Evremond (1610-1703) was a soldier who became a Maréchal de France and an author who lived in exile in London for many years and died there. The final section of the book is 'Arliquiniana', taken from the writings of Charles Cotolendi (died c. 1710) about the witty remarks and anecdotes of Dominique Biancolelli (1640-1688), a celebrated French actor who specialized in the role of Harlequin. A second volume of the present work appeared in 1708, but this volume is complete in itself.
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2010-08-10 17:34:55
Stahl, Georg Ernst; Brunschwitz, Johannes Georgius
Halae Magdeb., Litteris Christ. Henckelii, 1707, Kl.4°, 40 pp., orig. Broschur. Georg Ernst Stahl (1660-1734), "went even further in his therapeutic criticism. In 1707 he matched Hoffmann's initiatives with a thesis entitled "De impostura opii" (On the Imposture with Opium=, that was publicly defended by his student Johann Georg Brunschwitz. The argument of the thesis was that treatment with opium betrayed both patients and doctors, because it effected only a transient mitigation of symptoms. Even worse, since salutary, physical movements and powers, guided by the soul, were "stupefied" and "dazed" by the drug, harmful matter (materia peccans) was not hindered in enhancing lesions and ultimately destroying the patient's body. If the primary affection of a disease could not be reached by therapeutic means, it was better to hope for help by "nature and time". Evidently, Stahl's animist theory of health and disease played a major role in this almost complete rejection of opiates. Yet Brunschwitz gave also some case histories from his teacher practice to illustrate the negative effects and declared the usual corrections of the drug as "false" (i.e. ineffective). Opium should not be given except in cases where the symptoms "really urged" its use, ran the conclusion." Andreas-Holger Maehle, Drugs on Trial., Experimental Pharmacology and Therapeutic, Innovation in the Eighteenth Century, pp.144-145 (Clio Medica 53) [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2010-08-10 03:42:30
DELISLE, Guillaume
Paris., 1707. Copper engraving. Original colour. Good condition - dark patches to lower margins, some offsetting and slight browning to centre-fold. Size: 63 x 50 cm. (25 x 19½ inches) Delisle was an important French cartographer of the early 18th century. He held the position of First Royal Geographer to the King. A map of Egypt, Nubia and Abyssinia. From Africa in the west to the Arabian peninsula in the east and the Mediterranean sea in the north to Sudan in the south. Scales top right. Interesting notes in the countries explains who rules these areas. In Royaume de Gorhan it explains that these inhabitants have a particular language and reside in the desert. Atlas de Geographie.
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2010-08-07 20:33:56
AA, Pieter van der.
Leiden. , 1707. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 23 x 16 cm Map of America including California as an Island and with the northwestern part of North America blank. Decorative cartouche shows the division of the world among European nations. Native American holds tent aside to observe. Also includes globe, ship, navigational instruments such as cross staff and maps, feathered headdresses and garments.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-08-03 13:40:58
GRANDCHAMP Samuel
- Chez Pierre Marteau, Cologne 1707, in-12 (9x16cm), 535pp., relié. - Nouvelle édition, après l'originale de 1702 parue chez le même éditeur. Illustrée de quatre cartes dépliantes dont une de l'Italie avec ses différents royaumes et républiques. Reliure en plein veau d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Un léger manque en tête. Fente au mors supérieur en queue. Une déchirure à la carte de Mantoue. Frottements. Assez bon exemplaire. La guerre d'Italie constitue une excellente narration, fourmillant de détails pittoresques ; elle débute d'une manière fort romanesque avant d'entreprendre de conter les batailles du Piémont, de Milan et de Turin, et les intrigues politiques entre l'Espagne, la France, le Duc de Savoie et les duchés d' Italie. L'ouvrage puise en effet dans deux registres, les mémoires autobiographiques et le genre historique, et on y trouvera des aventures amoureuses, de nombreux voyages et descriptions comme un compte rendu rigoureux des batailles et des armées présentes en Italie. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition, after the original 1702 published by the same publisher. Illustrated four folding maps, one of Italy with its various kingdoms and republics. Full contemporary calf. Back tooled raised. Part of title in red morocco. A slight lack in mind. Slot in the upper joint tail. A torn map of Mantua. Friction. Pretty good copy. The war in Italy is an excellent narrative, teeming with picturesque details; it begins in a very romantic way to tell before starting the battles of Piedmont, Turin and Milan, and the political … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2010-07-06 10:05:18
SPERLING, OTTO. - DEDIKATIONSEKSEMPLAR.
Havniæ, Typhographéo Regiæ Majest. & Universit., 1707. 4to. Samtidigt hpergamentsbd. Titelblad i rødt/sort. (12),360,(40) pp. Teksten lettere brunet p.g.a. papirkvaliteten. Dedikation på inderside af forreste perm: "Clarissimo et Doctissimo Viro/ Dn: Andreæ Busæo/ D.D.D./ Otho Sperling". (Busæus (egentlig Anders Buss) er den norske historiker og retslærde, der en overgang var borgmester i Helsingør). ¶ Originaludgaven. - Bibl. Danica II:578 - Fiske I: p. 545.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2010-07-02 16:17:03
AA, Pieter van der.
Leiden, Van der Aa, c.1707. Maldives. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition. 27 x 15.5cm A fine and decorative map of the Maldives, many islands of the atolls of the Maldives are named. The map includes as well the neighbouring southern tip of India with Sri Lanka and the Indian Ocean towards Sumatra and the Street of Malacca. Ornated in the lower right corner with an allegoric title cartouche and a scale of mileage
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-04-28 16:45:43
Watts, Isaac
London: Printed for J. Humfreys, for John Lawrence, at the Angel in the Poultrey, 1707. Book. Very good+ condition. Hardcover. First Edition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. 56 pages of text, including half-title. Modern boards (circa 1960) with green vertical spine label; minor shelfwear. Minor foxing and age-toning scattered throughout text, and margins have been trimmed, not affecting text, but near the page header (top margin). Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown: Dr. William Sargant. Measures 6-5/8" in height. Isaac Watts (1674-1748)..
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2010-04-25 09:36:14
LESAGE Alain-René
à Paris: Chez Claude Barbin, 1707. Fine. Chez Claude Barbin, à Paris 1707, In 12 (9,5x16,4cm), (12) 318pp. (5), relié. - First Edition Second printing, very rare, as well as the first edition, which in turn contains a frontispiece. Tchemerzine VII, 188/189. Full Sheepskin contemporary. Back tooled raised. part of title in red morocco. Head cap threadbare; tail headdress torn. 2 corners bumped. Friction. A clear, pale from fading on preliminary leaves mouillue. The lame devil is one of the rarest original eighteenth. We know that the first edition was exhausted in a few days and had to move quickly to a second printing; legend has it that two lords fought to the sword before the bookseller's shop Barbin to determine who would have the final copy of the second draft. It is this work which made Lesage a distinguished writer and immediately famous. The author had borrowed the frame Guevarra, the devil carrying a deadly rooftop and watching the scenes in the home. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale en second tirage, fort rare, presque autant que le premier tirage, qui contient lui un frontispice. Tchémerzine VII,188/189. Reliure en pleine basane d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Coiffe de tête élimée ; coiffe de queue arrachée. 2 coins émoussés. Frottements. Une mouillure claire et pâle allant s'estompant sur les feuillets préliminaires. Le diable boîteux est l'une des plus rares originales d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2010-04-24 21:06:55
Freart, Roland, Sieur de Chambray
London: D. Browne, J. Walthoe, et al., 1707. Second edition. leather_bound. Full modern half calf and marbled boards. Near fine.. 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.
Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-04-23 08:21:01
Homann, Johann Baptist:
Nuremburg, c. 1707. Nuremburg,, c. 1707. Copper engraving, 49 x 58 cms, original hand-colour, first state of plate 1, with portrait of Queen Anne and without any of the later modifications. Some light staining in the lower part of the map, and some underlining in ink, mostly of principal towns, with one or two names supplied in manuscript, blank verso. Map
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2010-04-18 16:51:16
Toland, John
London: Egbert Sanger, 1707. London: Egbert Sanger. Good. 1707. Hardcover. Good hardcover edition, has some previous owner's notations on the endpapers. Wear to spine ends and board edges. Light spotting to cover. Lower corner of the pages has a bump. Foxing to the text. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 177 pages .
Bookseller: Elders Bookstore [U.S.A.]
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2010-04-18 11:45:51
[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. First French Edition (with a new title page) of the first history of the Virginia colony "penned by a native and the best contemporary account of its aboriginal tribes and the life of its early settlers." (Howes) Sabin calls Beverley the "best authority," affording the "most vivid, comprehensive, instructive, and entertaining picture of Virginia at the date of his writing" and quotes Pinkerton: "A work of considerable merit." Beverley's History, one of the most outspoken books of Americanism before the War of Independence, satirized the 'Rapacious and Arbitrary' English governors and objected to the 'heavy Impositions' put upon the American colonies by the English, while celebrating Virginia's history and laws, featuring stories of early Virginia--including the Lost Colony and Pocahontas saving Captain John Smith--which became standard features of American history. Even so, large parts of the History derived from existing sources, though Beverley often gave even the borrowed material his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2010-03-30 19:34:06
[Dunton, John]
London: Printed for J. Morphew, 1707-08. First editions. 2 vols. 8vo. Contemporary panelled calf. Label on first volume lacking, some wear else a very attractive set in an appropriate binding, minor worming in Vol.II.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-03-28 14:43:56
Clarendon Edward Earl of
Oxford: Oxford : printed at the Theater, 1707. Complete in 3 volumes, last folio edition?. Collation, xxiii[3]557pp, [14]581pp, [22]603pp[1][19]pp index, complete with half titles, and frontis portraits. Bound in contemporary full panelled calf, raised bands, gilt lines, leather title labels. Calf rubbed on edges/corners, with some wear loss, hinge joints split or splitting, all boards firmly attached by bands cords, some scuff marking. Generally good attractive contemporary bindings. Internally, no loose pages, early previous owners bookplate, early signature/place dated 1741 on half titles, some occasional light dust marking on margins. Pages in very good clean condition. A very nice set.A52. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
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2010-03-05 15:58:55
PAPIN, Denis
One folding engraved plate. 64 pp. 8vo, cont. polished calf (foot of spine a little chipped, browned as usual), spine richly gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Kassel: J. Estienne, 1707. First edition and a book of considerable rarity. By 1695, Papin had left his teaching position at Marburg and was given a place in the court of the Landgrave of Hesse in Kassel. Here he continued to devise a number of pumps and to work on steam pressure. "In 1705, Papin heard from Leibniz of Savery's engine, and received from him a sketch of it. In 1707 Papin published [in the present work] details of a new engine, a modified Savery engine -- not a modified Huygens' engine, as his previous one was...In 1707 Papin used his steam engine (originally conceived as a pumping engine) to drive a model boat on the river Fulda at Cassel; the pumping engine forcing up water to turn a water-wheel, which drove the paddles."-Wolf, A History of Science, Technology, and Philosophy, I, p. 550. Apart from the inevitable browning, a fine copy. In our copy there is a cancel label pasted to the title below "Feu." which corrects the reading to: "Mise en lumiere par mr. D. Papin" with a further cancel label pasted over the "mr." ❧ D.S.B., X, pp. 292-93. En Français dans le Texte 135-"C'est en 1698 que Papin faisait ses expériences, mais il n'en publia les résultats qu'en 1707, et déjà Savery et Newcomen avaient établi leur première machine à vapeur. Papin convient dans son ouvrage que les Anglais étaient arrivés aux mêmes résultats par les mêmes moyens. Toutefois ses communicat … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-02-16 08:50:39
Roth, Johann Philipp:
Wismar und Leipzig, Johann Christian Schmid, 1707. 112 Seiten. 16 x 9,5 cm. Pergamentband der Zeit. *Erste Ausgabe. - Frühes medizinisches Wörterbuch mit Übersetzung der lateinischen Fachtermini ins Deutsche. - Ein paar kleinere Wurmspuren am vorderen Innengelenk (nicht im Text). Wenig gebräunt, insgesamt gut erhalten. [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun [Gengenbach, Germany]
2010-02-05 11:31:12
Druzbicki, Gaspar (Kaspar, Kasper, Gaspare)
Monachii (M�nchen): Joan. Jacobi Remy, 1707. Monachii (München): Joan. Jacobi Remy, 1707. (1 Bl.), 240 S., (1 Bl.); geboren 1589, gestorben 1662, kathol. asket. Schriftsteller, Jesuit u. Autor einer Vielzahl an Meditationen über das Leben u. Leiden Christi, sowie von Streitschriften und Versuchen; Ausgabebezeichnung: Nunc denuo typis datae altera vice; wunderschöner, dunkelbrauner Ganzlederhandeinband neuerer Zeit aus der Werkstatt der Buchbindermeisterin Monika Schellhase (Schwelm); Unikat; Besitzervermerk auf dem Titelblatt, Blätter teils fleckig u. teils mit kl. Randläsuren; schönes Expl. dieses seltenen Titels. Leder. Sehr gut. 13,5 cm. Handeinband.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Rainer Kocherscheidt [Germany]
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2010-01-13 16:23:31
TILLOTSON J
London: B. Aylmer at the Three Pigeons, 1707. 5th Edition . Full Leather. Fine. Folio - over 12" Tall. Containing 54 Sermons and Discourses on Several Occasions together with the Rule of Faith. pp xviii; 755; index. Frontis engraving of author. Newly rebound in full black leather. Spine with raised bands emphasised with blind tooling. Gilt title label. New sewn headbands and new endpapers sewn in. Frontis backed onto new paper some time ago. A fine, robust copy
Bookseller: Goldcrestbooks [United Kingdom]
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2009-11-30 14:40:09
Catholic Church. Office of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Ad istanza di Gio. Maria Salvioni, Roma, 1707. 8vo. 448,xiii,[1]pp. Original calf with blind-stamped borders and spine. Expertly rebacked, retaining original spine. Decorative gold floral-design endpaper on inside of front and back board. Frontispiece engraving and title-page vignette. Rare 1707 edition of prayers and devotions to the Blessed Virgin Mary. Illustrated with 15 (including frontispiece) full-page engravings by Arnoldus van Westerhout, Benoit Farjat, Jacob Freij, Carolus Allet and Hieronymus Frezza after paintings by Joseph Passarus (a.k.a. Giuseppe Passeri 1654-1714). Passarus was an Italian painter and writer of the Baroque period. Decorative initial, ornamental tailpieces. Age wear, scuffing and minor staining on binding. One-inch surface crack near head of spine. Sporadic foxing throughout. Two-inch closed tear on bottom margin of page 335, not affecting text. Text in Italian. Tight copy in overall very good condition. Scarce. OCLC lists only 1 library worldwide owning this edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-10-24 05:45:29
John Locke
Awnsham & John Churchill, 1707. Condition: Good. Book Condition: Good Condition; Dustjacket: No Dust Jacket. John Locke Locke on St Paul Third Edition Hardcover (Full Leather) Awnsham & John Churchill, 1707 Good Condition Book Publishing Details Author:John Locke Full title:Locke on St PaulPublisher:Awnsham & John Churchill, 1707Edition:Third EditionBinding:Hardcover (Full Leather)ISBN:No ISBNSize:QuartoBook ID:1686 Comments & Item Features Third Edition. Category: Antiquarian & Rare, Philosophy. Era: Renaissance 16thc to 17thc. Language: English. ISBN: No ISBN. Book has been re-bound at some early stage in fairly plain leather. See our other similar listings in our eBay store: Mr Pickwick's eBay Store Book Condition Report Book Condition: Good Condition. Dust Jacket: No Dust Jacket. Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact. Heavy foxing front/rear pages, but body of book mostly clean and unfoxed. Previous owner's signature in ink. Edges badly foxed and browned. Size of Item & Shipped Weight Size: Quarto. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. All our sold items are shipped in stout board packing cartons, designed to exact fit the item shape, and we guarantee no damage in transit. Firm Shipping Costs This Item ($AU):$9.95for Australia Standard$14.95for Australia Express$19.95for Asia/NZ$15.95for USA/Canada$24.95for Europe$32.95for Elsewhere Warranty & Guarantee All items fully warrantied and guaranteed by Mr Pickwick as per the description in this listing. Any item which is not in t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mr Pickwicks Books and Antiques (mr-pickwick) [Katoomba, NSW, AU]
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