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2015-02-10 13:23:52
Leuckfeld, J. G.
Wolfenbüttel, G. Freytag, 1709 (Erste Ausgabe). 8 Bll. + 478 Seiten + 5 Bll. (durch Index Capitum und Index Rerex erschlossen), mit gest. Frontispiz und 13 weiteren Kupfertafeln, Halbleder der Zeit ca. 17 x 20 cm mit lederverstärkten Ecken, Einband bestoßen und beschabt, Rücken teilweise (sauber) geklebt, Innendeckel mit Exlibris und mit handschriftl. Bleistift-Vermerk "enthält den 1. Abdruck der niederdeutschen Gandersheimer Reimchronik in Hroswithas Gedicht auf die Gründung des Gandersheimer Stifts", Titelseite und einige Seiten/Tafeln geringfügig fleckig/waserrandig, insgesamt schönes Exemplar dieser äußerst selten angebotenen und vollständigen Original-Ausgabe. Erste Chronik zu Gandersheims Geschichte in deutscher Sprache.
Bookseller: Detlef Schmalstieg
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2015-01-31 00:03:43
nbsp;London - Printed for W. Taylor, 1709 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition.. Three Short Treatises, Viz. , I. A Modest Plea for the Clergy, &c. II. A Sermon of the Sacerdotal Benediction, &c. , III. A Discourse published to undeceive the People in point of Tithes, &c. Formerly Printed, and now again Published by Dr. George Hickes, In Defense of the Priesthood, and True Rights of the Church, against the Slanderous and Reproachful Treatment of the Clergy, in a late Book of Pernicious and Blasphemous Doctrines, falsely Intituled, The Rights of the Christian Church. First edition. With an extensive, unpaginated notice 'To the Reader' to front and with separate title pages to each treatise. There is an addition treatise preceding the other three entitled An Item against Sacriledge: Or, Sundry Queriesconcerning Tithes. George Hickes (1642 - 1715) was an English divine and scholar. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David Arthur Pailin, with bookplates to front pastedown inscribed August 1997 in ink and with pencil notes to front blank by Pailin. Condition: In a calf binding. Externally,smart but with slight wear to extremities and odd marks to boards. Internally, firmly bound but with much of front free endpaper lost and no paper to pastedowns. Bright but with slight handlingmarks and offsetting to endpapers, otherwise generallyclean throughout and slight evidence of past worming to very front. Overall: VERY GOOD.
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA [Bath, United Kingdom]
2015-01-11 18:31:17
Mabillon, Johannis
Caroli Robustel, Luteciae-Parisiorum, 1709. Large folio, pp. [32], 460, 457*-460*, 461-648, [32]; extra engraved title page by P. Giffart after P. Monier, woodcut device on title page, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, large folding double-page facsimile, 58 full-page engravings in the pagination (15 double-page), plus several smaller woodcut illustrations; bound with: Librorum De re Diplomatica supplemtetum., Luteciae-Parisiorum: Caroli Robustel, 1704, pp. viii, 116; woodcut device on title page, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, 8 engraved folding facsimiles and 2 full-page engraved facsimiles in the pagination, 6 smaller engravings and 5 woodcuts in the text; contemporary full calf, gilt-decorated spine, new red morocco label; occasional spots and stains throughout, leaves occasionally wrinkled, some neat restoration at the joints and corners; in all a good, sound, and complete copy. First published in 1681, "this work established the study of diplomatics. Written as a refutation of Daniel Papebroch's questioning of the authority of several of the charters in the Benedictine Abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Pres, the work established new principles for the study of documents, and was well received by, amongst others, Colbert and his successor Le Tellier. At the behest of the latter, Louis XIV, sent Mabillon in 1685 to Italy, where he acquired some 3000 books and manuscripts for the royal collection. The Supplementum of 1704 was written in response to the Jesuit Germon's attempt to disprove Mabillon's theories" (Macclesfield 4590). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2015-01-02 18:43:05
BION, Nicolas
28 engraved plates (one double-page & folding) & one engraved headpiece. 4 p.l., 347, [5] pp. 8vo, cont. speckled calf (joints & corners carefully repaired), spine richly gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Paris: la Veuve de J. Boudot et al., 1709. First edition of one of the most comprehensive works on scientific instruments of the time. The instruments described here include mathematical and astronomical apparatus, slide-rules, the compass of proportion, micrometers, microscopes, pendulum clocks, navigational instruments, globes, sundials, etc. Bion (ca. 1652-1733), King's engineer for mathematical instruments, was one of the leading instrument makers in France, "producing globes, sundials, mathematical instruments, and mechanical machines with equal accuracy...Bion published several works, and they as well as his instruments were probably responsible for his fame...These writings had great success and went into many editions."-D.S.B., II, pp. 132-33. Very good copy. ❧ Tomash B155-"The work is encyclopedic and gives descriptions of the mathematical instruments commonly available at the beginning of the eighteenth century." .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2014-12-15 11:17:16
SCHROËR (Samuel).
Lipsiae, apud Joannem Fridericum Braunium, 1709. - in-4. 63pp. Simplement broché à l'époque sans couverture. Edition Originale (?) de cette curieuse dissertation sur la conception du Christ par la Vierge Marie. "Le sujet de ce livre et la manière dont il est traité l'on fait supprimer aussitôt qu'il a paru; ce qui l'a rendu fort rare. Mais on l'a réimprimé par la suite, sous le même format et avec la même date; c'est ce qui fait que ces deux éditions sont estimées et qu'on ne met aucune différence entre elles" (Peignot). Papier uniformément bruni comme souvent dans les livres allemands de cette époque. Peignot, Dictionnaire Critique, Littéraire et Bibliographique des principaux livres condamnés au feu (1806), II, pp.116-117. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2014-12-04 16:26:16
Sperber, Julius:
Franckfurt u. Leipzig, Bey Hermann Heinrich Holle, 1709.. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz, 78 S., Kl.-8°, Pappband d. Zt.. Ferguson II, 392 (Anm. zur Ausgabe 1674, welche unter dem Titel "Gründliche Einleitung zur wahren Erkänntnüss des Drey-einigen Gottes und der Natur" erschien). Eine weitere Textausgabe erschien 1730 in Roth-Scholtz "Deutsches Theatrum Chemicum". - Julius Sperber (Pseudonym Julianus de Campis; um 1540-1616), fürstlich anhaltischer Rat des Fürsten Christian von Anhalt zu Dessau (nach anderen Quellen: Leibarzt), Kabbalist u. Alchemist. Als Verfasser von "Echo Der von Gott hocherleuchten Fraternitet, deß löblichen Ordens R. C." gilt er als Mitbegründer des Rosenkreuzer-Ordens (vgl. Frick "Die Erleuchteten", S.156 u. 158). Seine Schriften wurden überwiegend erst posthum herausgegeben. - Einband fleckig, berieben u. bestossen; Rücken fehlt überwiegend; Vorsatz mit Besitzervermerk; Titel mit Kürzel; tlw. gebräunt u. etwas fleckig, sonst ein gutes Expl.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange
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2014-12-01 15:32:58
Apicius; Lister, Martin (ed.)
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [U.S.A.]
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2014-11-30 09:05:10
Apicius; Lister, Martin (ed.)
Amsterdam: Janssonio-Waesbergios, 1709. Second Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Later calf, worn at the edges, hinges cracked but binding sound. Title page in red and black with a lovely extra engraved title of a working kitchen. Scattered foxing and browning, old stamp and name to soiled endpapers, otherwise clean. (xxxvi), (1), 277, (xliv)pp. Bitting 13, Vicaire 32, Cagle 1076, Graesse A160 "(belle édition") A fine scholarly edition of Apicius, the major source for our knowledge of the cookery of the Roman world. A sort of variorum edition with a long section of variant readings at the rear before the index. Size: 8vo (octavo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000065.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [US]
2014-11-29 11:43:24
Abendana, Isaac
1709. An Important Source of Information About Jewish Law and Custom in Seventeenth-Century England Abendana, Isaac [1650-1720]. Discourses of the Ecclesiastical and Civil Polity of the Jews. Viz. Of Their Courts of Judicature. Laws Concerning Tithes. Institution of the Priesthood. Their Liturgy. Their Schools. Their Feasts, Fasts, Coins, Weights, and Measures. Written by Isaac Abendana, A Learned Jew. Being Very Useful for Divines of all Perswasions. London: Printed for Samuel Ballard, 1709. [viii], 100 [i.e.200] pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary three-quarter calf over marbled boards with later rebacking, front free endpaper and rear endleaves renewed, speckled edges. Moderate rubbing to boards and extremities, some chipping to spine ends, corners bumped, rear hinge starting, crack in text block between pp. 196 and 197. Moderate toning to text, faint dampspotting in a few places. Later annotations in pencil to rear endleaf, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A nice copy of a scarce title, very few copies of this edition in North America. * Second and final edition, a reissue of the first edition with a cancel title page. Born in Spain, Abendana, a member of the Sephardic community, was hakam (local rabbi) of the Spanish Portuguese Synagogue in London. He also pursued an academic career. He taught Hebrew at Cambridge University and went on to join the faculty of Magdalen College, Oxford. A prolific writer, he was England's authority on Jewish religion, culture and law. This reputation was due in part to his annual Oxford Almanack. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2014-11-27 15:06:26
Autori Vari
Leipzig, J. Gross 1709 4° Pagine 547 + indici. Legatura in tutta pergamena coeva. Titolo oro al dorso su tassello.10 tavole nel testo. Esemplare uniformemente brunito dovuto alla qualità della carta.
Bookseller: Libreria Segni nel Tempo
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2014-11-25 18:20:47
(Augsburg, Probst, 1709 ?, 1719 ?). Folio. Contemp. full calf. Spine worn. Cracks along hinges, but still holding. 2 engraved frontispieces (1 inserted after F X2). Title-page lacks. (116) pp. and 100 fine engraved plates. Tear in 1 plate and tear in 1 leaf (no loss). A large dampstain (faint) on bottom of leaves (plates mainly uneffected). Some scattered brownspots.Text in Latin and German in double columns. ¶ As the title-page is missing it is difficult to state whether it is volume 1 of a 2-volume edition or the 1719-edition which was only published in 1 volume. Vide Brunet IV,984.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2014-11-21 15:40:30
Antwerpen Verdussen, H. 1709. gebonden in recentelijke antieke lederenband 792 (4) 728 (8) pp. compleet met Met gegrav.titelplaat, 2 platen (Jesus en Maria) en 12 platen met de maandheiligen. redelijks staat enkel pagina's beschadigd des tands der tijd. gekleurde titelpagina. On the basis of Ribadineyra"s Flos Sanctorum Ros-Weydus wrote an extensive Calendar with Saint"s Lives. With plates of Jesus and Maria and 12 plates portraying the saints of the month
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2014-11-19 02:48:16
D. Narciso Feliu de la Peña y Farell
Jayme Suriá ImpressorBarcelona. 1709. 32X20. Pergamino. 3 Vol. 1vol, 11h+364Pág+19h. 2vol, 12h+504Pág+28h(indice falto de 2h). 3vol, 11h+655Pág+26h. Recorrido histórico de Cataluña desde los Santos, hechos o grandezas catalanas. Curiosa Obra. Muy buen estado. Ref 2.6 Biblioteca A.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques
2014-11-16 17:09:47
Eleonora Maria Rosalia, Herzogin zu Troppau und Jägerndorf:
Leipzig, Fritschen, 1709 bzw. Teil II: 1727.. Mit Druckermarke in Holzschnitt am Titel. 588 S., 5 Bll. Register; 1 Bl., 475 S., 1 Bll. Lederband d. Zt. 21,5 x 17 cm.. Bohatta, Fürstin Eleonore von Liechtenstein und ihr Granatapfel 9. Blake 460. Vgl. Lesky 186 und Bitting 465 (zu anderen Ausgaben). Erste außerhalb Österreichs gedruckte Ausgabe, die 9. überhaupt und die 4. des Kochbuches. Enthält ca. 1750 Rezepte zu allerlei Krankheiten, darunter zahlreiche Vorschriften für Frauen- und Kinderkrankheiten, aber auch für die Pest, Augen- und Ohrenleiden etc. Das Kochbuch enthält über 500 Rezepte für Suppen, Knödel, Gebratenes, Backwerk u.v.a. - II. Bohatta S. 131. Frühe Ausgabe des zweiten Teils. Enthält Ergänzungen und neue Rezepte zum medizinischen Teil des Granatapfels. - Einband etwas berieben, Kanten tls, beschabt und stärker bestoßen, ohne die Schließbänder. Etwas, stellenweise auch stärker gebräunt. Die Anfangslage mit kleineren Randläsuren. Fl. Vorsatz mit neuerer Zeichnung und Besitzeintrag. Im Ganzen ordentlich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
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2014-11-01 15:05:06
Printed for John Morphew and J. Woodward. Second edition of the first part; first edition of the second part.. Water-stain to the front board and spine of volume 1; edges a little rubbed; very good copies.. McBurney 45a. Part I first appeared in May 1709, with this second edition in July; part II (here in first edition) was published in October. 2 vols, 8vo, contemporary Cambridge-style calf, small hand-lettered paper spine labels. The bindings are similar in style, but not identical. Engraved frontis in volume 2 (none called for in 1). A scandalous roman à clef about amatory and other adventures of the upper classes. Undaunted by serving time in jail for writing her novel, Manley soon completed a second part and an equally scandalous Memoirs of Europe (1709), all three anonymously written under the guise of translation. Secret Memoirs became one of the most famous books of its kind and went through numerous editions in the first half of the 18th century. Ms. Manley?s attempt to pillory those of rank left few unscathed: on the rear blanks and free endpaper of volume 1 are contemporary ink notations, identifying over 80 characters in the text by name and page number.
Bookseller: The Brick Row Book Shop
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2014-11-01 12:57:13
Bos, Lambertus
Franeker, Franciscus Halma 1709. 2 volumes in 1 binding, (frontispiece, 38) 1326 (2) p. Contemporary Vellum, 4° (with 4 maps/plans and 1 folding engraving, fine copy).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2014-10-30 11:18:59
Petronius <Arbiter> und Francois Nodot (Trad.].
[ohne Ort / ohne Verlag] "In Holland gedruckt" [Ebert ebd.], 1709.. Drei Bände in einem Band. gestochenes Frontispiz, Titel in rot/schwarz gedruckt mit allegorischer Vignette xlix; [3nn] 383; gestochenes Frontispiz, Titel in rot/schwarz gedruckt mit allegorischer Vignette [1] 293 S.; [4] 126 S. Kl.-8° Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit Lederrückenschild und Wappensupralibros des Abtes Gottfried von Göttweig und farbigem Schnitt. Mit 9 (2 davon ausfaltbaren) Kupfern.. Ebert 16520; Schweiger II, 724 ff.; Engelmann / Preuss II, 478; "Die beste Nodosche Ausgabe (...)". Ebert ebd. und Schweiger ebd. . Lateinisch-französische Paralellausgabe in der Neuherausgabe und Übertragung von Francois Nodot, in der erweiterten, verbesserten und bis heute maßgeblichen Auflage von 1709. Den Einwänden zu seiner Anfangs nicht unumstrittene Neuherausgabe aufgrund der Belgrader Manuskriptfunde von 1688, begegnet Nodot in seiner beigebunder Streitschrift. Sehr dekoratives und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar mit dem Wappen des Abtes Gottfried Bessel (1714-1749)auf beiden Deckeln, der als 50. Abt des Stiftes durch den Neubau der abgebrannten Gebäude in barocker Pracht in die Geschichte einging und mit Leibniz befreundet war. Außergewöhnlich dekoratives Exemplar in prächtiger Ausstatung mit stilvollen Kupfern in sehr scharfem und kräftigem Abdruck. Mit dezenten Stempeln verso Titel und winzigem Wurmgang außerhalb des Textes auf den ersten Blättern.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder
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2014-10-25 10:41:11
By the Author of the London Spy [Ward, Edward "Ned"]
London: H. Hills, in Black-fryars, near the Water-side, 1709. First edition. Wrappers. Very Good. A Very Good copy of the first edition, first printing of this notable Poem in the Publisher's original wrappers and printed on laid paper (pages foxed, some chipping to the spine, tiny tear to the front wrapper's top edge, a few tiny corner chips, two small ink corrections to the text on page three, a small marignal bracket mark to the margin of page three and of page ten, pages with expected toning), printed and issued during the Reign of Queen Anne and in the same year that Samuel Johnson was born. Comprised of twelve pages, including the wrappers, this small pamphlet presents a single poem, presented in the form of a dialogue between the wife and her cuckolded husband. The rear wrapper presents "Moral Reflections on the forgoing Dialogue", also given in a poetic form. While published anonymously, the poem was the work of Edward "Ned" Ward, a prolific satirical and travel writer who also worked as a publican best known as the author of The London Spy -- which he described as a "complete survey" of the London scene. The copy herein described is a remarkable survivor on an exceedingly scarce to rare item. A Very Good copy. EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE TO RARE.
Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC
2014-10-25 10:41:11
By the Author of the London Spy [Ward, Edward "Ned"]
London: H. Hills, in Black-fryars, near the Water-side, 1709. First edition. Wrappers. Very Good. A Very Good copy of the first edition, first printing of this notable Poem in the Publisher's original wrappers and printed on laid paper (pages foxed, some chipping to the spine, tiny tear to the front wrapper's top edge, a few tiny corner chips, two small ink corrections to the text on page three, a small marignal bracket mark to the margin of page three and of page ten, pages with expected toning), printed and issued during the Reign of Queen Anne and in the same year that Samuel Johnson was born. Comprised of twelve pages, including the wrappers, this small pamphlet presents a single poem, presented in the form of a dialogue between the wife and her cuckolded husband. The rear wrapper presents "Moral Reflections on the forgoing Dialogue", also given in a poetic form. While published anonymously, the poem was the work of Edward "Ned" Ward, a prolific satirical and travel writer who also worked as a publican best known as the author of The London Spy -- which he described as a "complete survey" of the London scene. The copy herein described is a remarkable survivor on an exceedingly scarce to rare item. A Very Good copy. EXCEEDINGLY SCARCE TO RARE.
Bookseller: Allington Antiquarian Books, LLC
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2014-10-22 16:52:39
New edition. The two parts are separated by a false titre.Plein mottled calf time. Back tooled raised. Part of title in red morocco. Lack tail. A gash on the top plate. Good exemplaire.Cette edition has been enhanced commentary on civil order 1667 All text sets the judicial, civil and criminal system; he beget latest modern civil procedure code. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez les associez à Paris 1709 in-4 (18x25cm) (16) lxj (3) 504pp. ; xxiv 272pp. relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2014-10-16 18:21:53
Lugdunum (Lyon), Ex Officina Petri Valfray, MDCCIX [1709]. Leder der Zeit auf 5 Bünden mit vergoldetem Lederrücken-Titelschild und Rotschnitt; kl. 4°; (56) 568 cxii (2,12) 39 (9) Seiten.. Leder spröde und oberflächlich teils etwas brüchig. Einige Lagen stehen etwas vor dem Block; Block dennoch fest; wenige Wurmlöcher im Einband. Bei den Appendices am Schluss des Bandes mit größerer Kolumne häufig oben die Kopfzeile mit Paginierung beschnitten (bereits zeitgenössisch entstanden).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Fluck
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2014-10-14 07:14:05
Dezalier D'Argentville A.J.
Paris, Jean Mariette, 1709. Dorso e cerniere restaurate,vecchio rest.agli angoli.Sguardie azzurrine successive.Carta brunita, alcune gore ed un foro(mm 5 di diametro circa) alla tavola L.Antiche cancellature ad inchiostro al frontespizio.Manca una tavola Volumi : Pagine :2,4nn,208,2 più 31 tavv (manca la 32° tav, Pl.E di pag 70) Rilegatura :P.Pelle, fregi e tit. oro al dorso Misure :4° (h mm 250)
Bookseller: Libreria Al Vecchio Libro [IT]
2014-10-13 12:16:00
Charles Dellon
Cologne: Pierre Marteau, 1709 A very good early copy of this work, first published in 1685. 3 volumes in 2 with 4 engraved plates, 2 of which are folding. Mr Dellon, a physician, left France in 1668 travelling the coast of Malabar and practicing medicine. He was arrested by the Inquisition and sent for trial in Goa in 1674, suffering 2 years of imprisonment and torture, before being sentenced to 5 years in the galleys. Luckily he was released at the start of this sentence. His detailed account of the Inquisition has apparently been found to be accurate and provides a rare contemporary description of an Auto da Fe, and particularly interesting insights on the fate of the Portuguese New Christians. In contemporary speckled calf bindings with elaborately gilt tooled spines with raised bands and title and volume labels. Red page edges. The bindings have wear to top and bottom of the spine and spine joints, and corners, but are sound and in good to very good condition. Marbled endpapers with large bookplate of Bath reference library. The books were donated in 1920 by Mrs Miles, the widow of Colonel Samuel Barrett Miles, in memory of her husband. Also a small bookplate of Librairie Ecclesiastique. There are small blind stamped library marks at various points but these are not particularly noticeable. Library notes and ink signature of Colonel Miles to reverse of feps. Text with decorative head and tailpieces. Vol I: blank; title page; Dedication 8pp; Preface 9pp; Errata 1p; Text pp 1-476; 2 blanks; e/ps. Paper has light brown toning, more noticeable on some sections than others, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: E C Books
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2014-10-12 15:27:43
Dresden, Joh. Ch. Zimmermann 1709.. 8°. Titelbl. (in rot-schwarz Druck), [vermutlich fehlen zumindest 3 Bl. einer Widm. ?], 4 Bl. (Vorrede), 662 S., 4 Bl. (Verz.). Mit 5 gef. Taf. (med. Instrumente darstellend), 3 gest. Kopfleisten u. 2 gest. Schlußvign. - Angeb.: LINDERN, Franz Balthasar von. Speculum Veneris oder Venus-Spiegel, vorstellend wie die Venus-Kranckheiten überhaupt / wo kein Medicus noch Chirurgus zu gegen / im Fall der Noth / ein jeder für sich selbsten curiren / auch die sonst gewöhnliche Salvitations-Cur gantz leicht ohne einige Gefahr verrichten kann, Nach der sichersten Methode aus eigener Praxi aufgezeichnet und entworfen. Straßburg, Johannes Beck 1732. 8°. Gest. Frontispiz (nach Stridbeck, zeigt im Hintergrung Straßburg), Titelbl. (in rot-schwarz Druck), 6 Bl. (Vorrede, Inhalt), 376 S., 8 Bl. (Reg., Errata, Zuschrift). Mit 1 Textholzschnitt u. einigen Vign. u. Zierleisten. Schlichter Pergamentband der Zt. m. Sprengschnitt. Einband angestaubt u. leicht fleckig, aber ansonsten noch in einem altersgemäß guten Zustand, Ecken und Kanten minimal berieben, Papier (vorwiegend des ersten Werks) durchgehend stärker gebräunt, aber sonst frisch u. gut erhalten.. Vgl. Hirsch II, 506 (gibt keine deutschsprachige Ausg. an). Es handelt sich wohl um die sehr seltene, erste u. einzige Ausg. in dt. Sprache. Im "Jahrbuch der Auktionspreise" lässt sich ab dem Jahr 1960ff. kein Exempl. auf einer Auktion nachweisen (Einmal in lat. Sprache, 1966). Y. Gaukes, Arzt zu Emden in Ostfriesland, war Anhänger der Cartesischen Richtung und hat meist nur casuistische Mittheilungen hinter … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker
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2014-10-11 15:09:46
George Fox
London: Printed and Sold By Sowle in White-Hart Court in Gracious - Street. Good+; ***SALE. The price of this item has been temporarily reduced by . 40%. Sale price ends soon!***. 1709. Second Canadian Edition. Hardcover. Complete two volume set. Full tan calf leather bound covers with rebacked calf spines with 4 thick raised bands, with antiquated handwritten vellum spine labels. Covers are worn through at corners with visible age, but in overall nice condition for age. Boards and spines are straight. Bindings are tight. Title pages and first couple pages of each volume heavier on toning, soiling, and some very minor chipping at page edges. Text pages very lightly toned with only sparse foxing and in overall very good condition. Rare. This edition includes the preface by William Penn, and the testimony of Fox's wife. .
Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books
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2014-10-08 16:45:50
Barcelona, Jayme Suria 1709. De los progressos, y famosos hechos de la Nación catalana, de sus Santos, reliquias, conventos y singulares grandezas, y de los mas señalados y Rminentes Varones, que en Santidad, armas, y letras han florecido desde la primera poblaciòn de España año del Mundo 1788, antes del Nacimiento de Christo 2174 y del diluvio 143 hasta el preferente de 1709. Dividido en 3 tomos, Tomo segundo que contiene los sucesos desde el año 1163 hasta los de 1458. Su autor consagrale a la Magestat del Catolico Monarca Carlos Segundo y por su muerte a la Magestad de nuestro venerado y deseado monarca Carlos III. Encuadernado en pergamino. XI+504 páginas+28 h., de indice. Texto a 2 columnas. 31x22 cm. Ref: 2013 [LS/011671-2013]
Bookseller: Libreria Sanchez [Barcelona, Spain]
2014-10-08 09:25:44
Manley, Delarivier a.k.a Mary De La Riviere Manley]
Printed for John Morpeth near Stationer's Hall and J. Woodward in St Christopher's Church Yard. 1709 & 1710, London. 3 vols. First work 2 vols second edition, 8vo: [ii] vi 246 [4] & [xvi] 272 [4] pp. Bound in contemporary panelled calf with spine labels bearing gilt titles, remains of paper labels at foot of spines, wear to spine ends and corners with some loss of leather from spine ends, joints started and surface wear to leather on upper board of v.2, vol.1 lacking frontis but both vols with separately published 'Keys' bound in at rear (these 'Keys' detail exactly who Manley's allegorical text is actually referring to), bookplates to front pastedowns, some light browning/foxing but Keys quite toned, a few marginal notes in ink in second vol. Second Work: 1st edition, 8vo: [xvi] 319, 332-380 [iv]pp. collated and complete despite pagination error, near contemporary panelled calf with spine label bearing gilt titles, a little worn at corners and spine ends, joints rubbed & upper joint just starting from edges, paper label at foot of spine, bookplate on front pastedown, eps browned, text clean and bright, 'Key' bound in at rear. , 8vo 8" - 9" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: double - B - books [Bristol, United Kingdom]
2014-10-07 22:03:41
Paris. Materia: LA FLORIDA DEL INCA, conocida también como Historia de la conquista de la Florida (1605) es la primera crónica de Indias escrita por un autor mestizo y nacido en el Nuevo Mundo. Edición en francés de la primera mitad del siglo XVIII. Publicación: París, Chez Geofroi Nyon, 1709. Descripción: 8º menor (17 cm), 2 tomos en 1 volumen. 9 h., 281 p. = 249 p. 5 h. Encuadernación plena piel de época con escudo de armas en planos. Estado de conservación: En general buen estado. Papel algo tostado, pequeño agujero en pagina 113-114 del primer tomoque afecta al texto. Revisado completo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
2014-10-02 23:00:17
Eusebius, Pamphilus & Socrates, Scholasticus & Evagrius, Scholasticus
N, London, 1709. from our Lord's incarnation, to the twelfth year of the Emperor Mauricius Tiberius, or the Year of Christ 594. As it was written in Greek by Eusebius Pamphilus, Bishop of Casarea in Palestine; Socrates Scholasticus, native of Constantinople; and Evagrius Scholasticus, born at Epiphania in Syria Secunda. Made English from that edition of these historians, which Valesius published at Paris in the years 1659, 1668, and 1673. Also, the Life of Constantine in four books, written by Eusebius Pamphilus; with Constantine's Oration to the Convention of the Saints, and Eusebius's Speech in praise of Constantine spoken at his Tricennalia. Valesius's annotations on these authors are done into English, and set at their proper places in the margin; as likewise a translation of his account of their lives and writings. Pp. [ii]+20+[36](contents)+700+[22](indices), most text double column, 2 large folding maps [of Persia and the Roman Empire], the main title page printed in red & black, indices; f'cap. folio; contemporary blind tooled calf boards, lightly worn (heavier at corners), with early repairs to edges, and a few small surface chips, rebacked, with modern dark brown leather spine decorated in blind between raised bands, and gilt lettered red leather title label; new endpapers; the title page (which is chipped and torn at edges) neatly reinserted on a recent backing sheet, several small edge chips or splits with occasional neat paper repairs, a few tiny wormholes and a couple of small scorch marks, scattered light foxing, occasional creasing and soiling (including a f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kay Craddock - Antiquarian Bookseller [Melbourne, VIC, Australia]
2014-10-02 19:12:35
1709 - Paris, chez J. Estienne, 1709. Small 8:o. (6),297,(7) pp. Contemporary full calf with raised bands, richly gilt spine and gilt ornamentation on the edges of the boards. Red sprinkled edges. Spine insignificantly faded and with a printed library label. Rear flyleaf has a spot of sealing-wax inear the bottom. Some minor foxing. Occasionally a bit soiled, for example on pp. 132-33. With the signature of J. G. Sack dated in Paris 1713. First edition. The last 4 unpaginated pages consist of book advertisments. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB
2014-10-02 16:46:23
Cieza de Léon (Pedro de)
No Printer, London` 1709 - Provenance: ‘The Honorable George Baillie Esq., one of the Lords of the Treasury, 1724’ (engraved armorial bookplate); C.F.J Beausire (engraved ?19th century armorial bookplate). Small 4to, pp. [8],244,[12], engraved folding map of the Kingdom of Peru, folding view of the city of Cusco and 4 large vignettes within text, title rather browned, preliminaries slightly foxed, some spotting or light foxing elsewhere, lightly browned, new endpapers. Contemporary panelled calf, upper joint splitting, but holding very firm, spine ends very slightly chipped. *** A good copy of the first English edition of this account of the Spanish conquest and subsequent colonisation of Peru, difficult to find in commerce. Includes much on the habits and customs of the Incas. Cieza de Léon was a Spanish soldier who spent the years 1532 to 1552 with the Spanish armies in the Americas. Sabin 13056; cf. Hill 375 (first edition).
2014-09-29 22:32:51
FULLER, Thomas (1654-1734).
Joannem Hofhout,, Roterrodami, 1709 - [xxiv], 274, [xxx] pp. Small 8vo (10 x 17 cm.). Contemporary full marbled calf, spine with 5 raised bands, in compartments gilt tooled with floral patterns, gilt lettered on red morocco label (corners rubbed; outer edges of the sides partly worn; top of spine slightly damaged). Title printed in red and black. This 5th. Rotterdam edition is the first to be published at the continent, and is very rare, only two copies in the WorldCat. No copy in a Dutch library nor in the NLM. Fuller's Pharmacopoeia Extemporanea was widely used in the Low Countries. Besides this 5th Rotterdam edition of 1709, we have a 6th edition Amsterdam 1709. A 7th. edition Amsterdam 1717 & 1722, and in Leiden 1734. Edition 8th. Amsterdam 1731. The 10th. (and last) Amsterdam & Lausanne 1761. Fuller pharmacopoeia was first published in London in 1701, the last time it was published in Paris in 1785. --(A few pages slightly browned; some scattered light foxing and or light staining).
Bookseller: Sylco bvba
2014-09-28 15:18:13
Autori Vari
Leipzig, J. Gross 1709 4° Pagine 547 + indici. Legatura in tutta pergamena coeva. Titolo oro al dorso su tassello.10 tavole nel testo. Esemplare uniformemente brunito dovuto alla qualità della carta.
Bookseller: Libreria Segni nel Tempo
2014-09-26 18:20:08
ITALIEN - OVERBEKE, Bonaventura van.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer [Frankfurt, Germany]
2014-09-24 16:34:59
Opitius, Henricus (Heinrich Optiz) (ed.)
2014-09-24 16:34:59
Opitius, Henricus (Heinrich Optiz) (ed.)
2014-09-21 18:14:54
1709 - Stockholm, O. Enæo, 1709. 4:o. (24),74,(1) pp. & 1 engraved plate. Title page printed in red and black. Half calf from the beginning of the 20th century with raised bands, gilt spine, red title label and marbled edges (bound by Gustaf Hedberg). The spine and the upper part och the front board slightly faded. A small stain on the lower part of front joint. Some occasional minor stains. A small hole with loss of a letter on p. 45 and the last page has a few old repairs. Book plate.This is a Swedish translation of John Spencer's (1630-93) "A discourse against prophesies" which was published for the first time in 1663 and reprinted several times afterwards. The editor, Magnus Gabriel Block (1669-1722) was an industrious fellow, among other things he spoke eleven languages, was a qualified medical doctor and also a writer, eagerly criticising contemporary delusions like astrology, the predictions of Nostradamus and similar phenomena. He has added a lot of commentaries and Swedish case studies in the text. The plate is signed by J. Spiegelberg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB
2014-09-13 22:20:27
(København), 1709. Folio. Pragtfuldt helldrbd. i flammet kalv med rygforgyldning og rammeforgyldning på permer, helt guldsnit (pastichebind fra omkr. 1900). 19 blade, alle kobberstukket, så vel tekst som bladenes brede rammer der alle er forskellige med ornamentalt indhold, dyr og planter samt afbildninger af landets erhverv. Nogle blade fint repareret for marginale smårifter. Enkelte brunpletter.. Originaludgaven af dette hovedværk i dansk bogproduktion. Teksten, som er forfattet af Peder Griffelfeld, lod man helt igennem stikke i kobber for derved at afskære muligheden for eftertryk. Frederik Rostgaard, kongens geheimearkivar, kendt for sin bogsmag, forestod udgivelsen og tilrettelæggelsen. First edition of this monumental work in Danish bookproduction. The Royal Law established the absolute right of the Monarch to rule and defined the line of royal succession, and was more rigorous than other monarchal laws of Europe at the time. The titles and the text are engraved throughout by Michael Røg
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2014-08-27 09:32:45
Samuel Johnson
An excellent copy of this scarce second edition 2 volumes set of one of the most important lexicons in the history of the English language. Composed by Dr. Samuel Johnson (1709 - 1784). Johnson produced several revised editions, starting with this 1760 second 'corrected' edition, during his life.The books are complete, crisp paper though age-toned. The first and last pages in each of the boos are stained around their margins due to difussion from the bindings.Contemporary bindings which hold firm but need some restorarion on their hinges spinines and corners.On the first end leaves of each book there is an impressive signature by previous owner John George Ruck
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2014-08-24 20:06:14
Muys, Wijer Willem
MUYS' work contains "the histories of 39 cases of various types of intermittents treated with sal ammoniac administered immediately preceding a paroxysm. The results in a tabular form at the end…written with much care. Considering the period at which it was prepared, it is a model inquiry" (Blake 318). "The curators of Groningen wished to appoint him [Muys] professor of science as the successor of Jean Bernouilli, but the surrounding regions (or "ommelanden") opposed the plan. In March 1709 he was appointed professor of mathematics at Franeker. Muys used the microscopes of Leeuwenhoek for his teaching.and he repeated some of the latter's experiments" (Waring 226). BOUND WITH: Two other works: Bidloo, Govard. Exercitationum anatomico-chirurgicarum decas secunda. Leiden: Jordanum Luchtmans, 1708 and De Gorter, Johannes. De perspiratione insensibli Sanctoriana-Batava tractatus experimentis propriis in Hollandia. Leiden: Jansoonios Vander AA, 1725. CONDITION & DETAILS: Frankfurt: Franciscus Halma. 1716. 4to. 7.75 by 6 inches. These works are technically quarto in size-and are catalogued as such in the collections in the major institutions, but the outer margins were trimmed pretty closely when bound. All works are complete. Bidloo: 3 parts in 1: [viii], 128, [4], [129]-216 pp, sixteen engraved plates; [47] pages. Muys: 100, [4] pages. Folding table. Gorter: [16], 246, [plate], 1 pages. Illustrated with sixteen copper-engraved plates, overall in very good condition. All of the plates show a very faded library stamp, but on most of the plates it is barely noticeabl … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-08-22 18:39:13
POULLAIN Henry, conseiiler en la Cour des Monnoyes
Frédéric Léonard, Paris 1709 - Reliure marbrée, tranches teintées. Un mors ayant été restauré en partie. Ex-libris de Justin Lallier. Intérieur frais avec texte en vieux français. 454p + 6p de corrections écrites + 37p de table des matières. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le Petit Livraire
2014-07-15 19:28:17
Fricx H.
Brüssel 1709. Karte zeigt den Stadtplan von Valencienne nahe der Belgischen Grenze, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 37 x 48. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend
Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG
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2014-07-03 14:03:44
Leuckfeld, Johann Georg:
Wolfenbüttel, G. Freytag, 1709.. Titel, Dedikation, 5 Bl., 478 S., 5 Bl.. Mit 13 teils gefalteten Kupfertafeln von Jacob Wilhem Heckenauer. 4° (20 x 16 cm). Pergament d. Z. auf durchgezogenen Bünden, mit Leder-Rückenschild und Wappensupralibro (roter Schild mit 2 diagonalen Goldbalken; Initialen: F C P V H Z S); marmorierter Schnitt.. Gering berieben, bzw. bestoßen und gebräunt; fliegender Vordervorsatz fehlt; teils feuchtigkeitsfleckig; Druckspiegel etwas gebräunt; mit dem Dublum-Stempel der "Bibl.-Univ. Wirceburg" (Würzburg) auf Spiegel. Der Wolfenbütteler Hofkupferstecher (seit 1709) J. W. Heckenhauer, Mitglied einer Augsburger Goldschmiede- und Kupferstecherfamilie, war vor allem als Portraitist tätig (Thieme/B. 16, 210f); einige Beispiele seiner Arbeit sind hier enthalten. Enthält auch das seit der Reformation verloren geglaubte lateinische Carmen der Roswitha über die Anlegung und Erbauung des gandersheimischen Stiftes, auf das der Mönch Bodo in seiner Stiftschronik Bezug nimmt und das Leuckfeld wieder ausfindig machte, bis es von der Äbtissin Henriette Christine für das Stift erworben wurde (S. 409-426), sowie das alt-niedersächsische Reim-Chronikon des Domherren Everhard. Loewe, V. (Bibliogr. d. Hann. u. Braunschw. Geschichte, 3430).
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg
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