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2018-04-01 06:28:04
BAJERI, Joh. Jacobi. (BAIER, Johann Jakob)
Norimbergae (Nuremberg): Wolfgangi Michahellis, 1708. First edition. Small 4to. (viii), 102 pp. Contemporary full vellum, gilt lettered morocco label, the 19th century armorial bookplate of Cecil Deedes to the front pastedown. Frontispiece and 6 folding plates of fossils, all finely engraved by Johann Georg Puschner. Slight wear to the spine label, a little foxing to the frontispiece and some light marginal dampstaining at intervals, a very good copy overall. An uncommon and groundbreaking work in the sciences of geology and palaeontology, being an early attempt to provide a systematic classification of the fossils found in and around Nuremberg. The work paved the way for later analyses of fossils and the history of the earth on a more scientific basis. Baier proposed issuing additional volumes, but only managed a single supplement (published 1730) before his early death at the age of 58. His son Ferdinand subsequently published an equally scarce second supplement in 1757 and an expanded second edition a year later using his papers. The fine plates feature just under 200 illustrations of samples collected. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
2018-03-29 19:18:11
Menghi, Giroloamo [hier: Mengus, Hieronymus].
Gedruckt zu Frankfurt am Main, (verlegt) Simon Holzer in Innsbruck 1708. [8] Bll., 283, [3] S., 1 leeres Bl., 279, (17) S. Späterer(?) Lederband auf 3 Bünden mit Strichlinienverzierung und Schließen. Geringf. stockfleckig, minimal fingerfleckig. Eine Schließe (eingerissen, schließt aber noch). Umfangreiche Sammelschrift des Girolamo Menghi zum Exorzismus. - Graesse IV.489 (nur mit dem 1. Teil). Caillet II.7378 ebenfalls mit (tatsächlich?) in Frankfurt gedruckter Ausgabe mit beiden Teilen, allerdings für Joh. Adolph: "Curieux recueils d`exorcisme tardivement mis à l`index de 1709. On a réuni les deux ouvrages de J. Mengus, le Flagellum daemonum et le Fustis daemonum." Kein Exemplar mit vorliegender Adresse `Prostat Oeniponti apud Simonem Holzerum` im KVK für deutsche Bibliotheken nachgewiesen (allerdings wg. Innsbruck in Österreich). Da bereits (allerdings `tardivement`) mit Dekret vom 4. März 1709 auf dem Index, liegt hier wohl die letzte und umfangreichste ("Quibus novi Exorcismi [...] superaddita fuerunt") Ausgabe vor. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Aberglaube ; Drucke - Druckwerke - des 18. Jahrhunderts; Lateinisch - Latin; Okkulta Magie Zauberei Alchimie Scharlatanerie Spuk
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schmetz am Dom [Germany]
2018-03-10 06:06:01
Cowell, John
1708. Fine Copy of the 1708 Edition of Cowell's Law Dictionary Cowel[l], John [1554-1611]. [Kennett, White, Editor]. A Law Dictionary: Or, the Interpreter of Words and Terms, Used Either in the Common or Statute Laws of That Part of Great Britain, Call'd England; and In Tenures and Jocular Customs. London: B. Browne, R. Sare [et al.], 1708. [352] pp. Main text printed in parallel columns. Itle page preceded by one-leaf publisher catalogue. Folio (12-1/2" x 8"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules to board raised badns and lettering piece to spine endpapers renewed. Ritle page and text printed within ruled borders. Moderate toning, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to a few leaves, light edgewear and a few minor chips to edges of preliminaries, tiny hole to center of leaf with publisher catalogue, early and later annotations to (blank) recto of that leaf, small library stamp to title page. An attractive copy. $750. * Penultimate edition of a work first published in 1607, edited and enlarged, presumable by Kennett. Cowell "advanced the opinion that the English Monarchy was an absolute monarchy, and that the king only consulted Parliament by his 'goodness in waiving his absolute power to make laws without their consent'" (DNB). As indicated by such definitions as "King," "Prerogative," "Parliament" and "Subsidies," this bias affected his scholarship. It was so strong, in fact, that the first edition was suppressed by the House of Commons. White added a preface that attacked Cowell's detractors. Later law lexicographers of the following century found Cowell's work ess … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [US]
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2018-03-09 14:55:03
Cowell, John
1708. Fine Copy of the 1708 Edition of Cowell's Law Dictionary Cowel[l], John [1554-1611]. [Kennett, White, Editor]. A Law Dictionary: Or, the Interpreter of Words and Terms, Used Either in the Common or Statute Laws of That Part of Great Britain, Call'd England; and In Tenures and Jocular Customs. London: B. Browne, R. Sare [et al.], 1708. [352] pp. Main text printed in parallel columns. Itle page preceded by one-leaf publisher catalogue. Folio (12-1/2" x 8"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules to board raised badns and lettering piece to spine endpapers renewed. Ritle page and text printed within ruled borders. Moderate toning, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to a few leaves, light edgewear and a few minor chips to edges of preliminaries, tiny hole to center of leaf with publisher catalogue, early and later annotations to (blank) recto of that leaf, small library stamp to title page. An attractive copy. $750. * Penultimate edition of a work first published in 1607, edited and enlarged, presumable by Kennett. Cowell "advanced the opinion that the English Monarchy was an absolute monarchy, and that the king only consulted Parliament by his 'goodness in waiving his absolute power to make laws without their consent'" (DNB). As indicated by such definitions as "King," "Prerogative," "Parliament" and "Subsidies," this bias affected his scholarship. It was so strong, in fact, that the first edition was suppressed by the House of Commons. White added a preface that attacked Cowell's detractors. Later law lexicographers of the following century found Cowell's work esse … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-03-09 06:07:28
Cowell, John
London, 1708. Penultimate edition. Fine Copy of the 1708 Edition of Cowell's Law Dictionary Cowel[l], John [1554-1611]. [Kennett, White, Editor]. A Law Dictionary: Or, the Interpreter of Words and Terms, Used Either in the Common or Statute Laws of That Part of Great Britain, Call'd England; and In Tenures and Jocular Customs. London: B. Browne, R. Sare [et al.], 1708. [352] pp. Main text printed in parallel columns. Title page preceded by one-leaf publisher catalogue. Folio (12-1/2" x 8"). Recent period-style sprinkled calf, blind rules to board raised bands and lettering piece to spine endpapers renewed. Title page and text printed within ruled borders. Moderate toning, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to a few leaves, light edgewear and a few minor chips to edges of preliminaries, tiny hole to center of leaf with publisher catalogue, early and later annotations to (blank) recto of that leaf, small library stamp to title page. An attractive copy. $750. * Penultimate edition of a work first published in 1607, edited and enlarged, presumable by Kennett. Cowell "advanced the opinion that the English Monarchy was an absolute monarchy, and that the king only consulted Parliament by his 'goodness in waiving his absolute power to make laws without their consent'" (DNB). As indicated by such definitions as "King," "Prerogative," "Parliament" and "Subsidies," this bias affected his scholarship. It was so strong, in fact, that the first edition was suppressed by the House of Commons. White added a preface that attacked Cowell's detractors. Later law lexicographers of the fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2018-02-26 08:42:16
Johann Volckamer
"Nuremberg Hesperides" by Johann Volckamer is a truly rare and magnificent work of citrus. The work was published between 1708 and 1714 in Nuremberg. Each folio, copper engraving features a citrus fruit and blossoms floating in the sky above a stunning landscape. This work is extremely rare and features engravings from such artists as Decker, Glotsch, Kenckel, Krieger, Montalerge Pfan, and Steinberger. --- Overall Excellent. There may be a few minor imperfections to be expected with age. Please review the image carefully for condition and contact us with any questions.
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2018-02-25 19:15:51
1708. Antique Master Print, titled: 'Iris Susiana and Iris Bisantina.' - This print shows a Iris Susiana and two Iris Bisantina. Etching / engraving on hand-laid paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Georg Dionysius Ehret'. Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770) was a botanist and entomologist, best known for his botanical illustrations. He was born in Germany where he started work as a gardener's apprentice. He made his first illustrations in collaboration with Carl Linnaeus and George Clifford. Condition: Good, given age. Margins cropped close to the iamge edge. A faint dampstain in left side of the image. Crease in the middle of the sheet, as well as the lower right corner. Small drawing of a girl's face on the rear of the sheet. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCRC-A19-34 The overall size is ca. 8.6 x 13.3 inch. The image size is ca. 8.3 x 13.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 21.9 x 33.7 cm. The image size is ca. 21.2 x 33.3 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2018-02-24 20:08:04
Pozzo, Andrea
Augsburg, Jeremias Wolff, 1708. Quart, 34 x 20,5 cm(Einband minimal berieben, erste 5 Blatt hinterlegt und neu im Buchblock befestigt, fingerfleckig, wenig stockfleckig, kleine Randläsuren, teils restaurierte Einrisse, zwei Textblätter hinterlegt, 4 Blatt mit durchgehendem Fleck,..., ... die letzen 6 Blatt mit stärkeren Randläsuren und Braunfärbung, daher mit transparentem Japanpapier ganzseitig laminiert. Alle Mängel ohne Bild- oder Textverlust) - Andrea Pozzo (auch: Puteus bzw. Pozzi; Trient 1642 - 1709 Wien) war Maler und Architekt, er gehörte als Laienbruder dem Jesuitenorden an, für den er als Freskenmaler und Architekt zahlreiche Kirchen gestaltete. Für die Ordenskirche S. Ignazio in Rom, die keine Kuppel erhalten durfte, malte er 1684 in die Vierung erstmals eine "Scheinkuppel". Diese Trompe-l'oeil-Architektur hat Pozzo berühmt gemacht. Das vorliegende Werk erschien zuerst 1693 in Italien und wurde bald in andere Sprachen übersetzt, es ist eine Einführung in die perspektivische Architekturmalerei mit Erläuterungen ihrer geometrischen Voraussetzungen. Die Tafeln am Ende des ersten Bandes können als Anleitung zum Malen einer Scheinkuppel verstanden werden. Nach der Tafel 52 findet sich ein ungezählter Stich "Die Bau-Kunst-Ordnungen, wie sie aus dem Palladio und Scamozzio genommen sind" mit den entsprechenden Säulenordnungen. Unser Band zeigt deutliche Gebrauchsspuren, aber keine Anstreichungen oder Marginalien, und wird wohl in einer Malerwerkstatt oder Bauhütte benutzt worden sein. Die Schäden wurden fachmännisch und unter größtmöglicher Erhaltung des Originals rest … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck (Einzelkaufmann) [Germany]
2018-02-24 15:41:46
Moll, Hermann
Th. Bowles and John Bowles 1708-26, London - Copper engraving, original hand colored in outline when published. This antique map was published in Hermann Moll’s atlas ,The World Described, or a New and Correct Sett of Maps . , in London at J. & T. Bowles circa 1708-26. The map was printed from two plates. Due to the large size it was often published several folded in Hermann Moll’s atlases. Traces of the old folds are minor visible. A very nice example with good margins. Overall in excellent condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Germany]
2018-02-24 04:53:32
John Wilkins; Editor-John Nicholson; Editor-Andrew Bell; Editor-Benjamin Tooke
London: J. Nicholson; A. Bell; B. Tooke; R. Smith. London: Printed for J. Nicholson; A. Bell; B. Tooke; and R Smith, 1708. viii, [6], 274; [10], 90; [8], 184 p. Lacking engraved frontis portrait accompanying title page. All additional engraved plates are present. 8vo. 3 volumes (5 parts) bound in 1. Leather bound. Fully bound in contemporary dark brown leather. Cover has been professionally restored and repaired, with a protective coating applied. 5 raised bands. 6 compartments. Burgundy title plate on spine with gilt lettering. Gilt borders along band edges. Tight binding and solid boards. Moderate shelf wear. Slight fading to gilt and lettering on spine. Scuffing to board and spine ends. Minor rubbing to boards. Bumping to corners. Extensive chipping and loss at head and tail of spine. Moderate darkening around edges of endpapers. The name "John" has been inscribed lightly in lower portion of inside endpaper. Primarily, pages are clean and unmarked, with minor occasional splotching. Text block is clean and tight. Illustrations are bright and clear. Overall, a superior, well-restored volume. John Wilkins was an English clergyman, natural philosopher and author, as well as a founder of the Royal Society, and Bishop of Chester from 1668 until his death. His writings dealt primarily with fringe scientific concepts at the time, cryptology, philosophy, and occasionally religion and the art of rhetoric in preaching. Wilkins was known for blending scientific knowledge with occult concepts, developing vast and thought provoking notions. Included in this collection are various disc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-02-22 03:18:40
VAUBAN
Édition parue un an après la très rare originale qui fut condamnée. Très bon exemplaire de cette édition publiée sous le manteau.Bien complet des 4 tableaux dépliants. Pleine basane mouchetée, dos à nerfs orné, tranches mouchetées rouge. Très bon s.l. s.n. 1708 1 volume petit in-8°. Livre
Bookseller: Librairie Seigneur [LE POËT EN PERCIP, France]
2018-02-17 01:12:59
Stobæus, Andreas (preses)- Gemzæus, Andrea (respondent)
Londini Gothorum, 1708, (42) s, genomgående fuktrand, bortklippt namnteckning på titelsiden utan textförlustbundet, bundet i modernt pappband.Lidén, 16; Warmholtz 594; Cappelin 117; Enligt B&B 300/2381 är den rar. Literis Abr.Haberger, Acad.Car, &Gub. Typogr.
Bookseller: Gregers Antikvariat [SE]
2018-02-16 15:10:57
GIORGI, Federico.
Ceresoli, p. 286; Harting 268; Schwerdt I, p. 206; Souhart, cols. 216-217; cf. G. Malacarne, Lords of the sky: falconry in Mantua at the time of the Gonzagas. First edition of an early and "esteemed" (Harting) work on falconry, containing detailed information on the breeding and training of falcons, hawks, and sparrow hawks, with notes on their feeding and care. It was an important source for Turberville's The booke of faulconrie or hawking, the best known work on hawking of the 16th century. With a dedication to Marchese Carlo Gonzaga, whom Giorgio appears to have served as falconer. Carlo Gonzaga was a member of the well-known Italian Gonzaga family, which ruled Mantua from 1328 to 1708. At the Gonzaga court there, falconry was practiced according to ancient traditions and was an important part of the family's favourite pastime: hunting.With early owner's inscription. Several restorations in the gutter, some spots on the title-page, thumbing in the first couple leaves, and faint dampstains in in the margins of the last leaves. Good copy. Some brown specks on the wrappers and the spine slightly soiled, but otherwise good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2018-02-11 20:24:33
COLLECTIF
CHEZ JACQUES ESTIENNE 1708 - R300107400: 252 pages - tranches rosées - quelques traces de mouillures en tête de page sans conséquence sur la lecture - dos à 5 nerfs - titre et caissons dorés sur le dos - 3 photos disponibles. In-12 Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Mouillures Classification Dewey : 840.05-XVIII ème siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le-Livre
2018-02-05 13:43:57
Drou, Petrus Lambertus (1639-1721)
Monachii, Riedl, 1708. 8°. Mit 1 gestochenen Porträtfrontispiz von Petrus Lambertus. 6 Bl., 484 S., 2 Bl., Pappband der Zeit. Einband etwas bestoßen. Vor- und Nachsatz wurmspurig. Sonst sehr gutes und sauberes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Drou, Pierre Lambert le, Belgien, Augustiner, Attritio, Contritio, L.
Bookseller: \"erlesenes\" - Antiquariat und Buchhand
2018-02-05 13:43:57
Drou, Petrus Lambertus (1639-1721)
Monachii,, Riedl, 1708. 8°. Mit 1 gestochenen Porträtfrontispiz von Petrus Lambertus. 6 Bl., 484 S., 2 Bl., Pappband der Zeit. Einband etwas bestoßen. Vor- und Nachsatz wurmspurig. Sonst sehr gutes und sauberes Exemplar. Lateinisch Band:
Bookseller: "erlesenes" - Antiquariat & Buchhandlung [Austria]
2018-02-04 22:04:30
Bohse, August):
Frankfurt und Leipzig, Gleditsch 1708. - Zum Vierdten mahl aufgeleget und mit allen Fleiß corrigiret. 19 Bll., 744 S. Lederband d. Zt. Rücken rissig und mit kl. Fehlstellen an den Enden. Gebräunt. - - - BITTE UM BEACHTUNG: AUSLIEFERUNG BESTELLTER BÜCHER KANN BETRIEBSBEDINGT ERST AB 14.02.2018 GESCHEHEN!!! - - - PLEASE NOTE: ORDERED BOOKS WILL BE SHIPPED NOT BEFORE 14/02/2018 !!! [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
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2018-02-04 16:45:15
Hottinger, Johann Jakob.
Zürich, In der Bodmerischen Truckerey, 1708. 20,5x15,5 cm. 8 n.n. Bl., 1112 S., 10 n.n. S. Register, 2 n.n. S. Halbpergamentband der Zeit mit marmor. Deckelbezügen. Haller III, 5. - Feller/Bonjour 397 f. - Wyss 262. - Titelauflage des dritten Teils von Hottingers Werk "Helvetische Kirchen-Geschichten", dem Zeitraum von 1516 bis 1700 umfassend. - Ausser bei Haller in dieser Form von den Bibliographen nicht erwähnt. - (Vorsätze mit Klebespuren, vorderes fliegendes Vorsatzpapier mit herausgeschnittenem Eintrag. Nur sehr wenige Flecken). [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat [Zürich, ZH, Switzerland]
2018-02-04 14:50:03
BERTINI ANTONI FRANCESCO
nella Stamperia Arcivescovale, 1708. Pp. (32) 176 (2). Preceduto da: TOCCI PIER FRANCESCO. Parere intorno al valore della voce occorrenza detto in Firenze nella causa del Cav. Francesco Fini contro il Sig. Filippo Dogliosi. In Firenze, appresso Piero Matini stampatore arcivescovale, 1707. Pp. (4) 81 (1). Due opere in un volume di cm. 24. Ottima legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli ms. al dorso e unghie; tagli spruzzati. Sporadiche e trascurabili fioriture, ultimo quaderno allentato. Esemplare ben conservato. Prima opera: Anton Francesco Bertini (1658-1726) fu medico di fama, erudito e buon prosatore. Quest'opera (conosciuta con il titolo di Giampaolaggine poiché rivolta contro Giovanni Paolo Lucardesi), di natura letteraria, si inserisce nell'ambito delle pubblicazioni polemiche che seguirono l'uscita de La medicina difesa dalle calunnie degli uomini volgari (Lucca, 1699), opera che conteneva un ampio e obiettivo esame delle dottrine mediche dei tempo, nonché l'elenco delle principali scoperte mediche e dei più valorosi scrittori di medicina del Seicento. Così Gamba (1797): "Quantunque la Giampaolaggine sia attibuita a Pier Francesco Tocci, tuttavia che sia scritta dal Bertini, e non dal Tocci, è asserito nella ristampa seguente [...] pochi libri critici e satirici ho letto con tanto piacere, quanto me en ha dato questa Giampaolaggine". Prima edizione, nella variante con l'aggiunta a c. a2 dell'epigrafe greca seguita dalla traduzione italiana. Per le notizie sull'Autore si vedano Cfr. Melzi, G. Anonime e pseudonime, I, p. 146 e DBI, 9, p. 535. Per il luogo di … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio
2018-02-02 20:05:46
5 Teile in 1 Band. Kl. 8. Zweiseit. Titelbl. in Rot/Schwarz, 6 Bl., 784 S. Pergamentband der Zeit (etwas gebräunt, Schließbänder fehlen, Rücken mit kleinem Bibliotheksschild). SELTENE ERSTE AUSGABE. Weiss 4349 Schoene 3, Horn/Andt 353 Behandelt im ersten Teil die Herstellung des Weines sowie verschiedener in grosser Geheim gehaltenen Wein-Tincturen, im zweiten wird erläutert, welche Weine der Gesundheit dienlich sind und zur Heilung von Krankheiten gebraucht werden können. Die Teile 3, 4 und 5 befassen sich mit der Kunst des Bierbrauens, der Herstellung von Met und Essig sowie der Brandweinbrennerei. Der große Erfolg des hier vorliegenden, in sich abgeschlossenen Werks veranlasste den Verleger 1708 zur Herausgabe eines in sich abgeschlossenen anderen Theils. Der doppelblattgroße Titel etwas gebräunt und mit Eckabriss (ohne Textverlust), teilweise etwas stärker gebräunt, wenige kleine Wurmlöcher.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Kochkunst Bibliothek
2018-02-01 17:40:46
PHILIPPSBURG:
- Kupferstich v. Coronelli, 1708, 18 x 38 Nicht bei Fauser und Schefold. Seltene Ansicht. Im Blatt - am rechten Rand - einige kleine Wurmlöcher.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH
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2018-02-01 17:40:46
MAINZ:
- Kupferstich v. Coronelli, 1708, 14 x 44 Seltene Ansicht!
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2018-02-01 17:40:46
PHILIPPSBURG:
PHILIPPSBURG: Panoramaans., 'Filisburgo', Kupferstich v. Coronelli, 1708, 7,7 x 38 Nicht bei Fauser und Schefold. Seltene Ansicht. Im Himmel drei kleine Wurmspuren Artikelnummer: 78438.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-01-31 15:40:58
CELLARIUS, Andreas (c.1596-1665)
[Amsterdam: G.Valck & P.Schenk, 1708. Copper-engraved celestial map, with full original colour. One of the finest and most highly decorative celestial charts ever produced, from the Valk & Schenk edition of Cellarius. This composition, of great artistic élan, presents a view of the constellations of the Northern Sky from the Harmonia Macrocosmica by Andreas Cellarius, the finest celestial atlas ever produced. According to the Classical astronomy, championed by Aristotle and Ptolemy, the stars were mounted on a huge, transparent, crystal sphere that was part of a geocentric system, in which all of the stars and planets rotated around the Earth. The present image was created during the great era of Dutch map-making, a period that saw the perfection of the art of representing scientific ideas in engraving. It was reprinted by Janssonius in 1661, and again in 1708 by Gerard Valck and Petrus Schenk, who added their names to the plates. Andreas Cellarius was born in about 1596 in Neuhausen, a small town near Worms in the Rhine-Hesse region of Germany. From 1625 to 1637 Cellarius worked as a schoolmaster in Amsterdam and The Hague, and in 1637 moved to Hoorn, where he was appointed as headmaster or rector of the Latin School. He published a number of works during his lifetime, but the last and greatest was the Harmonia Macrocosmica. Cellarius resigned from his post as headmaster in early 1665 and died in Hoorn in November of the same year. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Cel. 3.
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
2018-01-31 15:40:58
CELLARIUS, Andreas (c.1596-1665)
Amsterdam: G. Valk & P. Schenk, 1708. Copper-engraved celestial map, with full original colour. Unframed. One of the finest and most highly decorative celestial charts ever produced, from the Valk & Schenk edition of Cellarius The Classical constellations of the Northern Hemisphere. This composition, of great artistic élan, presents a view of the constellations. It is from the Harmonia Macrocosmica seu Atlas Universalis et Novus (Harmonious Universe or New and Universal Atlas) by Andreas Cellarius, the finest celestial atlas ever produced. According to Classical astronomy, championed by Aristotle and Ptolemy, the stars were mounted on a huge, transparent crystal sphere that was part of a geocentric system, in which all of the stars and planets revolved around the Earth. The present image was originally engraved in 1660 by Jan Janssonius, during the greatest era of Dutch map-making, a period that saw the perfection of the art of representing scientific ideas in a graphic form using engravings. It was reprinted by Janssonius in 1661, and again in 1708 by Gerard Valk and Petrus Schenk, who added their names to the plates. Andreas Cellarius was born in about 1596 in Neuhausen, a small town near Worms in the Rhine-Hesse region of Germany. From 1625 to 1637 Cellarius worked as a schoolmaster in Amsterdam and The Hague, and in 1637 moved to Hoorn, where he was appointed as headmaster or rector of the Latin School. He published a number of works during his lifetime, but the last and greatest was the Harmonia Macrocosmica . Cellarius resigned from his post as headmaster in early 166 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
2018-01-31 09:42:24
LOCKE, John.]
London: printed for A. and J. Churchill, 1708 - Octavo (182 x 108 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, plain spine with raised bands, edges sprinkled red. 19th-century ownership inscription, "Hayman", to front free endpaper verso. A fine copy, the contents bright and clean, with a few tiny marks to boards and the front hinge cracked but firm. First edition, a superb unsophisticated copy of the first authorised collection of any letters by Locke, including the letter in which Molyneux first explains the so-called Molyneux problem. Published four years after Locke's death, the volume is presumed to have been compiled and edited by Locke's cousin and principal heir Peter King. The collection comprises two sets of correspondence: first are the letters between Locke and William Molyneux (1656–1698), the Irish experimental philosopher, which began after Molyneux sent Locke a gift copy of his Dioptrica nova in 1692. Their friendship would last until Molyneux's death six years later, "and Molyneux's criticisms and suggestions were taken into account in the second and later editions of Locke's Essay The most notable of Molyneux's contributions to Locke's second edition was the so-called Molyneux problem, included as an addition to the chapter on perception. The question posed was whether a blind man who had learned to distinguish by touch between a cube and a sphere would be able, on gaining his sight, to differentiate the objects without touching them. Molyneux thought not and Locke agreed. The problem had profound philosophical implications and became a key topic in British philo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-31 09:42:24
[LOCKE, John ]
London: printed for A. and J. Churchill,, 1708. Octavo (182 x 108 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, plain spine with raised bands, edges sprinkled red. 19th-century ownership inscription, "Hayman", to front free endpaper verso. A fine copy, the contents bright and clean, with a few tiny marks to boards and the front hinge cracked but firm. First edition, a superb unsophisticated copy of the first authorised collection of any letters by Locke, including the letter in which Molyneux first explains the so-called Molyneux problem. Published four years after Locke's death, the volume is presumed to have been compiled and edited by Locke's cousin and principal heir Peter King. The collection comprises two sets of correspondence: first are the letters between Locke and William Molyneux (1656–1698), the Irish experimental philosopher, which began after Molyneux sent Locke a gift copy of his Dioptrica nova in 1692. Their friendship would last until Molyneux's death six years later, "and Molyneux's criticisms and suggestions were taken into account in the second and later editions of Locke's Essay … The most notable of Molyneux's contributions to Locke's second edition was the so-called Molyneux problem, included as an addition to the chapter on perception. The question posed was whether a blind man who had learned to distinguish by touch between a cube and a sphere would be able, on gaining his sight, to differentiate the objects without touching them. Molyneux thought not and Locke agreed. The problem had profound philosophical implications and became a key topic in British philosop … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-28 16:48:17
Bedingfield Heigham
A most unusual Household Inventory of the contents of what must have been the principal house in the village of DALSTON. Unpublished manuscript1708 Manuscript Inventory, 11th May 1708, bifolium on a heavy paper stock, approx 54 cm x 37 cm. Signed B. Heigham in the presence of the witnesses Owen Lloyd & Joshua Miles. With red wax seal showing the head of a bewigged gentleman. A signed receipt for the £400 sum. A most unusual Household Inventory of the contents of what must have been the principal house in the village of DALSTON. The contents are sold by one Bedingfield Heigham, merchant, to Thomas White of the Middle Temple, gentleman (who actually owned the property), for £400 ( about £32,000 today). The house contains more than 20 rooms with luxurious furnishings, oil paintings, large quantities of pewter and silver plate, China and Delft ware, tapestry hangings, a garden with 16 Cyprus trees, frames for hot beds, and with Laurel trees in boxes in the forecourt. The kitchen, besides the usual accoutrements, contains a Musket, Blunderbuss and Bandoleers. There are full and half length family portraits, Maps, battle scenes and a portrait of King Charles amongst others. The house has a marble fireplace and steel and iron hearths in other rooms. There are brewing vessels, and fourteen dozen glass bottles. The stables hold two coach geldings, harness etc. Part of the house is let to the Lady Marthagres Hickes. Bedingfield Heigham ( whose father of the same name had died circa 1795/6) was married to Esther White, probably the sister of Thomas White. The contents of the house, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Underwood Antiquarian Books [UK]
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2018-01-28 10:04:36
ÉTOFFES LYONNAISES).
Lyon: Chez André Laurens, seul Imprimeur Ordinaire de la Ville, 1708 - Edition originale, in-8; 95p., [9p. Table], pp. 3-15: Lettres patentes et arrest du conseil, portant reglement pour la manufacture des Etofes de Soye, Or et Argent de la ville de Lyon, pp. 91-104: Ordonnance de Messieurs les Prevôt des Marchands & Echevins, juges de la Police des Arts & Métiers de la Ville de Lyon. Reliure d'époque en basane havane, double encadrement de filets dorés sur les plats avec fers aux coins dos à nerfs orné, coupes ornées, tranches dorées, gardes marbrées. Accroc à la coiffe supérieure, petit trou de vers en pied, quelques petites taches et épidermures, mais un bon exemplaire. Ouvrage fort intéressant, témoignant de l'encadrement très strict des activités de fabrication et commerce des étoffes dans la ville de Lyon, avec Maîtres-Gardes veillant à l'application des règlements, et amendes prévues pour les contraventions de toute nature. Parmi les nombreuses défenses, celle de travailler le Dimanche et jours de Fêtes, d'aller au cabaret durant le service Divin (amende de dix livres). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS
2018-01-27 23:10:09
- Grabado original. Medidas de la huella 39 x 49 cms. Muy buena conservación. Grabados,home,Cartografía La librería ofrece por tiempo limitado un descuento del 10%. El precio original de este ejemplar era de 450 EUR.
Bookseller: Orbis Antique Prints
2018-01-27 22:37:48
Rastell, John
1708. The First English Law Dictionary [Rastell, John (d. 1536)]. Les Termes de la Ley: Or, Certain Difficult and Obscure Words and Terms of the Common Laws and Statutes of This Realm Now in Use, Expounded and Explained. Now Corrected and Enlarged. With Many Great and Useful Additions Throughout the whole Book, Never Printed in Any Other Impression. London: Printed by Samuel Roycroft and James Rawlins, 1708. [iv], 556 [i.e.598] pp. Parallel Law French and English texts. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary paneled calf, raised bands and recent lettering piece to spine, early repair to head of spine. Light rubbing and a few shallow scuffs, moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front hinge cracked. Moderate toning to text, occasional dampspotting, occasional faint dampstaining to margins. $450. * Later edition. Corrected and greatly enlarged with Law French and an English translation in Parallel columns. This edition was translated by his son, William Rastell [1508?-1565]. First published in 1527, originally composed in French, with a Latin title page, Expositiones Terminorum Legum Anglorumae. The first English law dictionary, it "reflects the common law at the close of the year-book period with much fidelity.": Marvin, Legal Bibliography 599. English Short-Title Catalogue T59645.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-01-27 17:40:14
REYNEAU [Reynaud], Charles-Rene (1656-1728).
Jacque Quillau, 1708., Paris. 2 volumes. 4to. [6], xxiv, 486, [2]; xxviii, [487]-914, [4] pp. Original gilt-decorated speckled calf, raised bands, maroon calf spine label; joints worn & slight worming to volume I, corners showing. Very good, handsome set. Rare. LOVELY COPY OF ONE OF THE EARLIEST CALCULUS TEXTBOOKS. FIRST EDITION. Reyneau was a priest who served as a professor of philosophy at Toulon and Pezenas, and then as professor of mathematics at the College of Angers. While he made no significant discoveries in the field of mathematics, Reyneau had a talent for explicating new discoveries in mathematics. His most important work, the Analyse demontree, was a popular textbook in the early 18th century, and was the book used by Jean le Rond d'Alembert to learn the fundamentals of the subject. In it Reyneau describes, explains, and demonstrates the main theories found in the works of Leibniz, Newton, Descartes, Bernoulli, and other pioneering mathematicians of the day. "Reynau is important historically as the author of a textbook, written at the request of Malebranche, that was designed to provide instruction in the mathematics developed at the beginning of the eighteenth century. . . . "As late as 1694 all that Malebranche had for Reynau to do was edit Prestet's posthumous Geometrie. But, after abandoning the last shred of Cartesian mathematics, Malebranche chose Reyneau to write the entirely new textbook required by this turnabout (1698). / "Reyneau worked with two other Oratorians, Louis Byzance and Claude Jaquemet, who were better mathematicians than he. Reyneau had s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-01-21 22:47:49
LOCKE, John
Printed for A. and J. Churchill, London. [4], 540pp. [Bound uniformly with:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Second Letter. London. Printed by H.C. for A. and J. Churchill, 1699. First edition. [2], 452pp, [2]. With terminal errata. Marginal loss to X4, some browning to text. [And:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Letter, Concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke's Essay of humane Understanding: in a late Discourse of his Lordships, in Vindication of the Trinity. London. Printed by H. Clark for A. and J. Churchill, 1697. First edition. [4], 174pp, [2], 7, [5]. With half-title and two terminal advertisement leaves. 8vo. Three volumes. Contemporary blind-panelled sprinkled calf, contrasting morocco lettering-pieces, gilt. Rubbed, especially to spines, with some cracking to joints, with old lot ticket to spine of Vol I. Early ink-stamps of 'Philadelphia Frewen' to preliminaries of each volume. A handsome combination of three separate works, bound uniformly, with identical ownership and numbered 1-3. Perhaps somewhat counter-intuitively, the works are numbered anti-chronologically; the posthumous collection of 1708 (editor unsigned but presumably his nephew and literary executor Peter King) first, followed by two of Locke's replies to two efforts of Edward Stillingfleet to condemn his theory of knowledge in their late seventeenth-century pamphlet war relating to the Essay concerning humane understanding (London, 1690). From the library of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquates Ltd - ABA, ILAB [Wareham, Dorset, United Kingdom]
2018-01-21 22:47:49
LOCKE, John
Printed for A. and J. Churchill, London. [4], 540pp. [Bound uniformly with:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Second Letter. London. Printed by H.C. for A. and J. Churchill, 1699. First edition. [2], 452pp, [2]. With terminal errata. Marginal loss to X4, some browning to text. [And:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Letter, Concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke's Essay of humane Understanding: in a late Discourse of his Lordships, in Vindication of the Trinity. London. Printed by H. Clark for A. and J. Churchill, 1697. First edition. [4], 174pp, [2], 7, [5]. With half-title and two terminal advertisement leaves. 8vo. Three volumes. Contemporary blind-panelled sprinkled calf, contrasting morocco lettering-pieces, gilt. Rubbed, especially to spines, with some cracking to joints, with old lot ticket to spine of Vol I. Early ink-stamps of 'Philadelphia Frewen' to preliminaries of each volume. A handsome combination of three separate works, bound uniformly, with identical ownership and numbered 1-3. Perhaps somewhat counter-intuitively, the works are numbered anti-chronologically; the posthumous collection of 1708 (editor unsigned but presumably his nephew and literary executor Peter King) first, followed by two of Locke's replies to two efforts of Edward Stillingfleet to condemn his theory of knowledge in their late seventeenth-century pamphlet war relating to the Essay concerning humane understanding (London, 1690). From the library of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquates Ltd - ABA, ILAB [Wareham, Dorset, United Kingdom]
2018-01-21 22:47:49
LOCKE, John
London: Printed for A. and J. Churchill, 1708. [4], 540pp. [Bound uniformly with:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Second Letter... London. Printed by H.C. for A. and J. Churchill, 1699. First edition. [2], 452pp, [2]. With terminal errata. Marginal loss to X4, some browning to text. [And:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Letter, Concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke's Essay of humane Understanding: in a late Discourse of his Lordships, in Vindication of the Trinity. London. Printed by H. Clark for A. and J. Churchill, 1697. First edition. [4], 174pp, [2], 7, [5]. With half-title and two terminal advertisement leaves. 8vo. Three volumes. Contemporary blind-panelled sprinkled calf, contrasting morocco lettering-pieces, gilt. Rubbed, especially to spines, with some cracking to joints, with old lot ticket to spine of Vol I. Early ink-stamps of 'Philadelphia Frewen' to preliminaries of each volume. A handsome combination of three separate works, bound uniformly, with identical ownership and numbered 1-3. Perhaps somewhat counter-intuitively, the works are numbered anti-chronologically; the posthumous collection of 1708 (editor unsigned but presumably his nephew and literary executor Peter King) first, followed by two of Locke's replies to two efforts of Edward Stillingfleet to condemn his theory of knowledge in their late seventeenth-century pamphlet war relating to the Essay concerning humane understanding (London, 1690). From the lib … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 22:47:49
LOCKE, John
Printed for A. and J. Churchill, London. [4], 540pp. [Bound uniformly with:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Second Letter. London. Printed by H.C. for A. and J. Churchill, 1699. First edition. [2], 452pp, [2]. With terminal errata. Marginal loss to X4, some browning to text. [And:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Letter, Concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke's Essay of humane Understanding: in a late Discourse of his Lordships, in Vindication of the Trinity. London. Printed by H. Clark for A. and J. Churchill, 1697. First edition. [4], 174pp, [2], 7, [5]. With half-title and two terminal advertisement leaves. 8vo. Three volumes. Contemporary blind-panelled sprinkled calf, contrasting morocco lettering-pieces, gilt. Rubbed, especially to spines, with some cracking to joints, with old lot ticket to spine of Vol I. Early ink-stamps of 'Philadelphia Frewen' to preliminaries of each volume. A handsome combination of three separate works, bound uniformly, with identical ownership and numbered 1-3. Perhaps somewhat counter-intuitively, the works are numbered anti-chronologically; the posthumous collection of 1708 (editor unsigned but presumably his nephew and literary executor Peter King) first, followed by two of Locke's replies to two efforts of Edward Stillingfleet to condemn his theory of knowledge in their late seventeenth-century pamphlet war relating to the Essay concerning humane understanding (London, 1690). From the library of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquates Ltd - ABA, ILAB [Wareham, Dorset, United Kingdom]
2018-01-21 02:38:35
Johannes (Jan) Kip after a drawing by Leonard Knyff
1708. Plate 9 from "Britannia Illustrata: Or Views of Several of the Queens Palaces, as Also of the Principal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Britain, Curiously Engraven on 80 Copper Plates." The topographical images of Kip and Knyff are significant for providing reliable illustrations of the development of the formal English garden in the Dutch-French style. Beautifully matted and framed. Will require extra funds for careful packing and shipping. Sorry, no overseas shipping for this item.
Bookseller: White Square - Fine Books & Art [Easthampon, MA, U.S.A.]
2018-01-20 20:35:28
Henri Abraham CHATELAIN (1684 - 1743)
1708. A large and dramatic depiction of the Czars and their vast territories from 15th century to the early 18th century. Twenty-eight armorial shields, all colour coded, are seen, as well as 6 large coin faces shown. Vast map of Russia from Europe to China, and the western coast shown. Details such as; provinces,lakes,rivers,towns are shown. Clean paper with minor fold creases. Copperplate with fine later hand colour, good condition.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2018-01-19 20:01:16
NÜRNBERG: Schoppershof:
kolorierter Kupferstich aus Nürnberger Hesperiden, 1708, 31,5 x 20
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2018-01-18 14:19:08
Werner Spies
Used [Publisher: Hatje Cantz] 1708
Bookseller: amazon.co.uk
2018-01-17 10:52:06
BAD KREUZNACH und WORMS:
Kupferstich v. Coronelli, 1708, 18 x 13 (H) Oben Bad Kreuznach, darunter Worms.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-01-16 22:17:13
KING, William
The Art of Cookery, in Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry. With some Letters to Dr. Lister, and Others: Occasion'd Principally by the Title of a Book Publish'd by the Doctor, being the Works of Apicius Coelius, Concerning the Soups and Sauces of the Antients. With an Extract of the Greatest Curiosities Contain'd in that Book. To which is Added, Horace's Art of Poetry, in Latin. By the Author of the Journey to London. Published by London: Bernard Lintott, [1708]., 1708 8vo (192 x 119mm), pp. [8 (half-title, blank, title, blank, 'The Publisher to the Reader')], 160 woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces occasional light browning and spotting, half-title and Title marked contemporary ornamented leather, rebacked a very good copy. First authorised edition. The Art of Cookery, a satire on Horace's De arte poetica, was written by William King (1663-1712), first king's scholar at Westminster School and king's student at Christ Church, Oxford, and then a student of civil law. 'At Oxford he read widely but, as Dr Johnson calculated, could hardly have dispatched in eight years the twenty-two thousand books and manuscripts alleged, from his Adversaria by Joseph Browne' (ODNB). King's writing career was, however, undoubtedly prolific, starting with a co-authored defence of Wycliffe (1688) and moving on to a large number of poems, satires (including one on the Royal Society's secretary, Hans Sloane, in 1700) and polemical letters. His Journey to London(1698, the work which identifies King as the author of The Art of Cookery on its title) was a successful and witty parody of Martin Lis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pomelofee
2018-01-15 10:35:46
Jean Masson
Andreas Dyckhuysen, Leiden 1708 - Ut vice sit Commentarii Historico-Critici in plurima & praecipua Poetae Carmina. nova donantur luce, a prava vindicantur interpretatione celeberrimorum Commentatorum, imprimis Tan. Fabri, Andreae Dacieri, &c. Mit gest. allegorischen Frontispiz. [28], 374, [22] S. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Schönes Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe der Horaz-Biographie des Jean Masson (1680-1750), der noch weitere Lebensbeschreibungen antiker Autoren verfaßte. Brunet 30437. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schaper
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2018-01-08 16:28:55
Aloysii Mansi (Aloisio Mansi)
Apud Paulum Balleonium, VENEZIA, 1708. LATINO Volume rilegato in tutta pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso, trattasi del tomo III e IV, pertanto l' opera risulta incompleta. Frontespizi dei tomi con marca tipografica della famosa stamperia Baglioni. Testo su due colonne, presenti richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli. Tagli colorati a spruzzi rossi scoloriti, legatura salda, pagine ingiallite ma perfettamente fruibili. Pp. 452+368 Numero Pagine 820
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [Tarquinia, VT, Italy]
2018-01-08 16:28:55
Aloysii Mansi (Aloisio Mansi)
Apud Paulum Balleonium, 1708. LATINO 2,45 Volume rilegato in tutta pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso, trattasi del tomo III e IV, pertanto l' opera risulta incompleta. Frontespizi dei tomi con marca tipografica della famosa stamperia Baglioni. Testo su due colonne, presenti richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli. Tagli colorati a spruzzi rossi scoloriti, legatura salda, pagine ingiallite ma perfettamente fruibili. Pp. 452+368 USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele
2018-01-05 18:01:08
DICTIONARY]
Printed for Henry Rhodes, London 1708 - [380]pp. A reissue of the 1703 edition with a new title page and the addition of a supplement. Contemporary full panelled speckled calf. Rubbed with slight loss to head of spine, corners bumped with further loss. Near contemporary ink inscription (E a Philipps?) and later ink stamp of Lord Milford to FEP, otherwise an internally clean and crisp copy. This scarce historical example of the lexicographers art provides succinct accounts of great and learned men throughout the ages, be they military commanders or spiritual leaders, that are 'very useful for schools and all young gentlemen to know the time when each great man liv'd, and the remarkable actions of their lives.' ESTC cites eight copies in British institutions (inc. BL, Oxford) and a further five in the United States (inc. Yale). ESTC T140162. Size: 12mo Second edition to which is added a supplement.
Bookseller: Antiquates - ABA, ILAB
2018-01-04 07:05:23
Nicolaus Gurtler (1654-1711).
Ex officina Wetsteniana, Amsterdam,Netherlands: 1708. pp. [12], 915, (41) [Index] + Engraved frontis title page (drawn by Joseph Mulder and engraved by Willem de Broen) showing an enormous globe, the author and allegorical figures; Plus + Folding engraved map of the Old World (31 x 42 cm.) - "Orbis Terrarum Veteribus Cogniti Tabula" by Christoph CELLARIUS, showing not only Europe, Africa and Asia, but also Australia; and four woodcut decorated initial letters. Regular title printed in red and black with the Wetstein's engraved whetstone publisher's device. Latin text in roman types, with extensive passages in italic and Greek, and occasional Hebrew and fraktur. 4to. 205 mm. Old damp stain on the first few leaves. The early full leather binding is quite worn. ** The front pastedown bears an early autograph ownership - apparently that of Noel Antoine Pluche (1688-1761), noted French naturalist and writer. Full Title: Nicolai Gurtleri Origines Mundi & in eo Regnorum, Rerumpubl. Populorum; horumque Duces, Migrationes, Dii, Religio, Mores, Instituta, Res gesta, civiles, sacra, bellica. Referuntur omnia ad loca & tempora sua, & ex ipsis fontibus, fereque propriis Historicorum verbis ad modum Historiae Universalis, cum maxime Ecclesiasticae reprasentantur. Cum Indicibus necessariis, iisque locupletissimis. First and only edition of a detailed history of the ancient world, covering and comparing the cultures, religions, governments, (civil and ecclesiastical) legal systems, etc. of societies throughout the Old World. After a brief discussion of the pre-diluvian world, it covers the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Family Album [US]
2018-01-03 23:41:42
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm von).
Leipzig Gross und Gletitsch, 1708. (22 x 17,5 cm). (2) 559 (39) S. Mit 7 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Moderner Pappband im Stil der Zeit. Erste Ausgabe der ersten Rezension von Newtons berühmtem Werk. - Die vermutlich von Leibniz stammende Besprechung war sehr positiv gehalten, obwohl er wegen seiner Infinitesimalrechnung mit Newton im Prioritätsstreit lag. - Papierbedingt gering gebräunt und vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig, sonst wohlerhalten [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
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