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2014-02-11 11:39:47
Petronius Arbiter Titus
. . Graesse V, 239 - Schweiger II, 724 - Ebert 16521.- Erste von Burmann herausgegebene Ausgabe mit umfangreicher Kommentarsammlung.- Satyricon oder Satyrikon ist ein nur in Teilen erhaltener, satirischer Roman von Titus Petronius Arbiter (* ca. 14, 66 n. Chr.), er erschien zur Zeit Neros.- Titel mit Namenstempel u. kl. hinterlegter Fehlstelle durch Stempelrasur, leicht gebräunt, wenige Bll. leicht wasserrandig, Ebd. berieben u. bestoßen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-02-11 07:56:32
Nigrinus Caspar (Pseud.?)
. . Vgl. Zachert-Zeidler III, 1201 (E.A. v. 1709) - sonst für mich nicht nachweisbar (u.a. nicht in Wellcome, Osler, Waller u. Blake).- Fünfte Auflage (erstmals 1709 erschienen); in allen Auflagen selten.- Kompilation aus 32 medizinischen Autoren, vor allem von A. Magnus und dessen gynäkologischen Abhandlungen, ferner von Paracelsus, Galenus, Schenk u. a. Mit einigen Kuriosa: Warum Gehängten Haare wachsen, warum Haare bei Schrecken in die Höhe steigen, warum Gift bei manchen schneller und bei manchen langsamer wirkt und warum der Mensch zur Winterzeit einen schlechten Geruch hat.- Etw. braunfleckig, sonst schönes Exemplar in einem alten Pergament-Manuskripteinband.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-02-10 17:08:03
Marx, Johann Jacob,
Nürnberg, Zieger 1709.. [28] Bl., 406 S., [73] Bl. Mit Kupferstich-Frontispiz. Titelblatt in Rot- und Schwarzdruck. Zeitgenössisches Ganzpergament mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel (offenbar ein Beiband entnommen und Rücken entsprechend gekürzt). Pergament-Blattweiser. Einband etwas fleckig, auch im Schnitt. Offenbar ein Beiband entnommen und Rücken entsprechend gekürzt. die Pergament-Blattweiser teils ausgerissen mit entsprechenden Fehlstellen im Papierrand. Mäßig gebräunt, stellenweise etwas fleckig.. (I) VD18 10291059. Wellcome IV, 72; Blake 291. (II) VD18 10200061. OCLC 634614264. (III) VD18 11595639. (I) Seltenes pharmakologisches Lexikon mit genauen Erklärungen von Chemikalien, Heilmitteln und -pflanzen, im Anhang ein "Vollkommenes Lexicon, Aller fremd- und einheimischer Materialien, welche sowol in Handlungen als Apothecken geführet und gebrauchet werden". (II) Richter, Christoph Friedrich, Phisicalischer tractat von der raren Conzenille: in welchem nicht allein deroselben Beschaffenheit und Natur untersuchet, auch die davon unrecht gehegte Meynungen widerleget Worden, sondern auch viel merckwurdige Sachen, ihren Namen, Vaterland, wie auch das Gewächse, worauf sie befindlich, ferner, wie sie gewartet und gesamlet Wird, und endlich den unterschied und nutzen derselben betreffend, nebst andern curieusen Dingen enthalten sind, zuerst in Lateinischer Sprache herausgegeben von Christoph Friedrich Richtern, L.M. jetzo aber auf vieles ansuchen guter Freunde ins Teutsche übersetzet. Leipzig: Zu finden bey Christian Emmerichen, 1703. [2] Bl., [1] gefalt. Kupferstich, 72 S. Se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
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2014-02-09 18:22:37
[Pomponius Mela - notae].
[Netherlands, 1709].. Folio (212 x 325 mm). Latin ms. on paper, with Greek interspersions. 32-37 lines. 207 numbered pages, interleaved. Contemporary marbled half calf with giltstamped labels to gilt spine.. Commentary on Pomponius Mela's famous cosmography. "De chorographia" (also "De situ orbis") is considered the oldest Latin geographical work. The date and location of the manuscript's origin, not found in the text, are taken from the spine labels as quoted above, and are confirmed by the paleographical evidence (clearly a Northern continental hand of the late 17th or early 18th century). The ms. contains no corrections and thus is probably the fair copy from a rough draft. Although numerous similar commentaries were in print at the time (among them several by eminent Dutch scholars such as Isaac Vossius and Jacobus Gronovius), the text of the present notes does not agree with any known printed counterpart and would seem to constitute a unique, purely private enterprise - probably that of a Latin teacher, as Mela's text was popular at Latin schools throughout the early modern period. - Binding slightly rubbed; corners bumped. Paper evenly browned throughout. A well-preserved and well-legible late Baroque classical scholar's manuscript.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-02-08 08:17:44
Schillinger, F. C. :
Nürnberg, Lochner, 1709.. ... durch das Türkische Gebiet im Jahr 1699. angefangen und 1702. vollendet ... Nebst Beschreibung vieler Orientalischen Völckern, deren Landschafften, Religion, Policeye, Gebräuch, Sitten, Art, Tracht etc. Mit doppelblattgroßem gestochenem Titel, 2 gefalteten Kupferkarten, 8 Kupfertafeln, 4 Blatt, 534 Seiten, 5 Blatt, Lederband der Zeit, 17 x 10 cm,. Einband berieben und mit reparierter Eckfehlstelle, gestochener Titel mit altem Namenszug, innen gebräunt. Schillinger reiste mit den Jesuitenpatern W. Weber und W. Meyer, die beide die Reise nicht überstanden, über Malta und Cypern nach Syrien, Armenien, Georgien, Persien und Indien.
Bookseller: Antiquariat H. Carlsen
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2014-02-08 00:37:33
Sperber, Julius.
Frankfurt und Leipzig, Holle, 1709.. (16 x 9,5 cm). 78 (1) S. Halblederband der Zeit.. Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieses seltenen, erstmals 1674 in latainischer Sprache erschienenen Werkes. - Der fürstlich anhaltinische Rat, Kabbalist und Alchemist Sperber (um 1540-1616) gilt als Mitbegründer des Rosenkreuzer-Ordens, der sich als Bewahrer eines sehr alten bis auf den Urvater Adam zurückgehenden Wissens versteht. Von Frick wird er dabei der alchemistisch-pansophischen Gruppe um Mögling, Maier und Fludd zugerechnet. Die meisten seiner Schriften wurden erst 50 Jahre nach seinem Tode von Benedikt Bahnsen herausgegeben. - Papierbedingt gering gebräunt. Vorsatz und vereinzelt im Text mit Anmerkungen von alter Hand. Am Schluss 14 weiße Blätter beigebunden. Einband etwas berieben, sonst gut erhalten. - Vgl. Ferguson II, 392 (Anm. Ausgabe 1674)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber
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2013-12-26 17:40:02
London Printed and Sold by the Booksellers of London and Westminster 1709 - 8vo., 16pp., lightly used, disbound A satirical poem on the "Act for Naturalizing Foreign Protestants" and Daniel Defoe, which was primarily aimed at the Huegenots. One of three versions printed in 1709, and this a possible Piracy. All editions are scarce. Foxon C20
Bookseller: A. R. Heath Rare Books
2013-12-18 18:48:56
NICHOLLS, William
London: Printed for J. Holland, and W. Taylor, 1709., 1709. The Second Edition. 8vo. Contemporary full black polished morocco, fine extra gilt to spine with gilt titles; decorative gilt panelling to boards with unusual 'sun with face' tool; combed marbled end papers; all edges gilt. Neat early owner's name to f.f.e.p; some gentle age toning; corners bumped; light wear to extremities. A fine example of a Queen Ann period English binding.
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books
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2013-11-28 16:22:14
Sintelaer, John
London G Harris, next to the Bagnio in St. James's Street, et al 1709. Cover worn and detached, with upper board detached at title page. Scattered dust soiling and browning. Fold out plate with tape reinforcement at gutter and minor loss. First chapter page darkened and weak at gutter and becoming detached, otherwise contents firm First Edition Leather cover 200mm x 120mm (8" x 5"). 363pp. Frontispiece engraved portrait and fold out engraved plate. '..Unto Which is Added, the True Way of Curing, not only the Consummate and Invererate, but also the Mercurial Pox, Found to be More Dangerous than the Pox itself..'.
Bookseller: Barter Books
2013-11-20 15:52:28
Nürnberg, 25. Oktober, 1709.. Einblattdruck. 35 x 42 cm. Vorliegendes Dekret des Nürnberger Stadtrats unterstellt der hiesigen Judenschaft, mit Zinswucher und Betrug christliche Nürnberger um Hab und Gut gebracht zu haben. Zinsgeschäfte zwischen Christen und Juden seien aber illegal, nur öffentlich bestellten Sensalen sei das Zins- und Wechselgeschäft mit Juden erlaubt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2013-11-20 08:20:35
LAMY R. P.
1709 - in-4 (245 x 180 mm.), viij pp., (10) ff., 508 pp., (30) ff., pp.1-4, (11) ff. de planches, 8 planches dépl. dont 3 cartes et plans, reliure veau moucheté, fleurons et roulettes dorés au dos, étiquette de titre rouge, tranches marbrées, coins frottés, manque de qqs. mm. sur coupe inf. du premier plat, 1 pl. rognée court avec perte de texte, inscriptions anciennes au stylo à plume sur page de titre, bel exemplaire. L'ouvrage se compose comme suit : page de titre, avis du traducteur au lecteur, préface, lettre du Père Lamy à l'auteur de la traduction, approbation, table des chapitres, Introduction à l'Écriture Sainte livre I à III, table d'une nouvelle disposition de l'Écriture Sainte, Avertissement, table des semaines, table des passages de l'Écriture Sainte, table des Matières, catalogue d'éditeur, planches animaux et arbres.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Richard
2013-10-24 22:26:10
Giunti. New. Hardcover. <p>A cloth-covered slip-case (size 367 x 510 x 155 mm) contains three volumes bound in silk with printing on the spines: volume 1, XXXIV-134 pages, 16 plates; volumi 2 e 3, 132 facsimile plates with over 1000 drawings and sketches. </p><p>Limited edition of 400 numbered copies, Italy. </p><p>THE SECRET of the chemical composition of china having been discovered in 1709 (until then an exclusive perquisite of Chinese handicraft) , the first European hard porcelain manufactory opened in Meissen, Germany, in 1710. Its most skilful decorator and painter, the accomplished J. G. Höroldt (1696-1775) gave his name to a style thanks to which the 'chinoiseries' (fanciful imitations of Oriental models, in fashion since the second half of the seventeenth century) produced in Meissen, soon became the only ones to compete, in the Old Continent, with Eastern chinaware. </p><p>This limited edition book (edited by Rainer Behrends, in Italian, German, French, English and Spanish) presents the reproduction in facsimile of the entire Schulz Codex, the celebrated collection of designs and patterns of Chinese subjects used until the end of the nineteenth century for the decoration of some of Meissen's most famous porcelain. </p> Our Promise to You: ALL OUR DUST JACKETS COME WITH CLEAR BRODART PROTECTIVE COVERS. (Please read listing to determine if this book comes with a dust jacket.) Your order will be CAREFULLY PACKAGED IN A BOX for safe transition. We strive for 100% customer satisfaction! .
Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books
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2013-08-23 08:51:06
Ignatius of Loyola
Oxonii - E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1709 Book. GOOD ONLY. Hardcover. First edition.. A scarce collection of the letters of Ignatius of Loyola, with extensive notes by John Pearson. First edition. In Latin and Greek. Ignatius of Loyola (1491 July 31, 1556) was a Spanish knight from a Basque noble family, hermit, priest since 1537, and theologian, who founded the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) and was its first Superior General. Ignatius emerged as a religious leader during the Counter-Reformation. Loyola's devotion to the Catholic Church was characterised by unquestioning obedience to the Catholic Church's authority and hierarchy. Copperplate inscription to front blank, of one William Smith of Manchester, dated 1860. Condition: In a calf binding. Externally, rather worn. Backstrip missing from spine and some marks to boards. Front board held by cords only. Internally, firmly bound. Loss to top of title page, not affecting text. Generally bright with the occasional handling mark. Overall: GOOD ONLY.
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
2013-08-18 18:20:17
GILDON, Charles
London: Printed for Dan Brown, at the Black Swan without Temple-Bar, G. Sawbridge, at the Three Flower-de-luces, in Little Britain […], 1709. Hardcover. Second Edition corrected. 2 volumes. Volume I. pp. [22], 380. Volume II. pp. [32], 325, [17]. Contains 7 plates. Rebound preserving original blind paneled calf boards. The boards show rubbing and wear and the board edges are carefully restored. Interior blank paste downs and fly-leaves are renewed preserving original book plates. Interior pages are age-toned and contain much uniform foxing. The plates are printed on better quality paper and are generally clean and bright. This is not an edition of Apuleius’s famous “Metamorphosis” but an original work by the English critic, dramatist and satirist Charles Gildon, following the general outline of Apuleius. The name, Carlo Monte Socio, which appears on the title page, is a pseudonym. Gildon satirizes the libertine behavior and excesses of his day. The protagonist in this version of the tale is changed into a Bolognese lapdog instead of an ass. [See J. Lamb, “Modern metamorphoses and disgraceful tales” in "Critical Inquiry" Vol. 28, No. 1, 2001]. First printed in 1708. [ESTC T116537; Lowndes 59].
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books
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2013-08-14 11:31:58
Molyneux, William
London: Tooke. 1709. Hardcover. Good. 2nd edition, 1709 (first published 1692). Small quarto, tan library buckram, pp. (16), 301, (4), with 43 folding plates. Minor library marks including withdrawn stamp, perforated stamp on title page, text block slightly trimmed all the way around (now measured 6.25 x 9 inches; 16 x 23 cm), text otherwise nice and clean, occasional short edge-tear, minor tanning throughout. Second edition of the first major book on optics in English. RARE.
Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB
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2013-08-09 16:16:11
Hervieux (de Chanteloup, J. C.):
Paris, Prudhomme 1709.. Mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel und 2 Holzschnitt-Tafeln (davon 1 Musikbeilage). 10 Bll., 326 S., 1 Bl. Lederband d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenverg. und Rückenschild. Zweite Ausgabe des erstmals 1705 erschienenen Werkes. - Ronsil 1374; Wood 385: "A famous work on canary birds." - Vgl. Lindner 927.08: "Der französischen Ausgabe fehlt der dem Vogelfang gewidmete Anhang, der den deutschen Übersetzungen seit der dritten Auflage vom Jahre 1718 beigegeben wurde." - Das Frontispiz zeigt Vogelbauer. - Vordergelenk mit kleiner Wurmspur, etw. berieben und bestoßen. Vorsatz mit Besitzvermerk und kleinen Wurmspuren, kaum braunfleckig. Aus der Bibliotheca Tiliana.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2013-08-08 10:18:28
Berkeley, George
Dublin: Printed by Aaron Rhames, for Jeremy Pepyat 1709 [i.e., 1710] Second edition of Berkeley's first major work, significantly revised. "The whole text (B1-Ccb) has been reset and changes have been made; the chief of these are modifications in sections VII and XII...and the addition of a long passage to section LXXIII...Berkeley also added an Appendix [pp. 191-8] intended to answer the objections of Dr. William King, Archbishop of Dublin. Berkeley told Percival in a letter dated 1 March 1709/10 that the first edition of the book was not released for publication until this second edition was ready, the publisher fearing he had not printed enough copies of the first..." (Keynes 2). Contemporary paneled calf. Joints cracked, but cords sound, binding extremities rubbed, intermittent old dampstaining at foremargin. Octavo. With the final blank. Diagrams in text. Contemporary armorial bookplate of the Castle Menzies Library, bookplate of Edward Neville da Costa Andrade (1887-1971), the English physicist and Fellow of the Royal Society. A good copy with an interesting provenance. The subject of A New Theory of Vision is announced by the author in his first sentence: 'My Design is to shew the manner, wherein we perceive by Sight the Distance, Magnitude, and Situation of Objects. Also to consider the Difference there is betwixt the Ideas of Sight and Touch, and whether there be any Idea common to both Senses.' The treatise laid the foundation for Berkeley's doctrine of immaterialism, though this word was not used" (Keynes, Bibliography of George Berkeley, p. 3).
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I
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2013-08-06 17:40:41
FOX, GEORGE
London, 1709. 2nd Edition . Leather Bound. Fair. 8vo - 8"x5.25. Book Vol II only 2nd Edition, 1709; Vol II only (stated The Second Part); pub'l & printed by J. Sowle; pp 580, 36 table, 8 adver; First Ed. was in 1694 and became the classic text for Quaker study, after the Bible. The 1709 two vol. edition is more complete; Full leather, frt. cover detached. Spine leather cover deteriorated and gone but binding is tight. Hardboards themselves are in good condition, but their leather coverings have deteriorated and much is gone. First page is title pg. and it has a darkened right edge (see pic). Remainder of pages are good, binding is tight and there are two end pages in back; To see picture, click to next;
Bookseller: Barbsloft [United States]
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2013-07-30 00:23:42
Littlebury, Isaac
Edward Castle and Sam Buckley, 1709. 1st Edition. Hardcover Hardcover. Good. Littlebury, Isaac. The History of Herodotus. Translated from the Greek. 1709 (First?) Edition. Edward Castle and Sam Buckley, 1709. An interesting, antiquarian work about the renowned 5th Century BC Greek historian regarded as the Father of History in Western culture, Herodotus. Volume I of a two volume set. Very scarce, apparent First Edition of this book. Leather spine and tips over marble boards. Boards faded and worn. Spine cracking. Pages browned. Good condition for its age.
Bookseller: Yeomans in the Fork
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2013-07-24 07:57:05
Virgil
London: Jacob Tonson, 1709. Very Good. The third edition. 3 volumes ([2], 108, 211, [1] p.; [2], 213-545, [1] p.; [2], 549-857, [1] p.; 3 engraved frontispieces (portraits of Dryden), 101 additional leaves of plates; 20 cm. (8vo). Contemporary Cambridge-style calf with six spine compartments between raised bands. Gilt-tooled title and volume number in second compartment of each with gilt-tooled decorations in remaining compartments. Double gilt-rolled borders on boards with floral decoration in corners. Edges have blind-rolled decoration. All page edges speckled red. Title pages in red and black. Volumes 2 and 3 have no edition statement. Paged continuously. Engravings variously signed: M. vander Gucht, AE, and L. du Guernier. Includes Chetwood's Life of Virgil and Preface to the Pastorals (v. 1, p. 13-100) and Addison's An Essay on the Georgics (v. 1, 77-92). Neither work is signed. (Cf. D.N.B., 4:210 on Chetwood, and The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, 2:1100 on Addison.) ESTC, T64661. Small (3.5 x 3 cm.) dark green leather bookplate of Moncure Biddle on front fixed endpapers with gilt-tooled decoration. The library of Philadelphia investment banker and book collector Moncure Biddle (d. 1956) was sold by Parke-Bernet Galleries in April 1952. In Very Good Condition: edges are rubbed; front joints starting from head of spine on each volume; front boards of vol. 1 and vol. 3 have a few scrapes; pages and plates are clean and bright.&
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera
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2013-07-19 20:49:57
[La Fontaine, Jean de 1621 - 1695]
Paris:: Chez Charles Osmont,. 1709.. 12mo. Vol I: a4 2a4 e4 i8 o4 u4 A - S8/4. Vol II: ¹4 A - S8/4 T8. 2 volumes (; [6], 229, [5] pp).. Modern deep brown quarter-goat binding with marbled paper boards. Red edgestain.. Bindings - Fine. Text block - Nr Fine.. La Fontaine, "the greatest of Fabulists" [EB 11th], was not known for steady work and was content to spend most of his life as the pensioner of wealthy patrons. While both feckless & absent minded, he was also of keen intelligence and a poetic genius. . Title page device. Headpieces; tailpieces. 118 copperplate vignettes (one beginning each fable) by Francois Chauveau [1613 - 1676].
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
2013-07-18 01:52:03
KIP, Joannes
London: Printed for David Mortier..., Daniel Midwinter..., Henry Overton..., & Joseph Smith..., 1709. London: Printed for David Mortier..., Daniel Midwinter..., Henry Overton..., & Joseph Smith..., 1709.. Folio, engraved title, contents leaf and 79 double page plates, not including Hatfield (no. 24*). Two plates (4 and 29) with skilful repairs and one (49) with a couple of spots plus some repair to the margins of the title page and 5 plates, later armorial bookplate. Overall a good clean copy in 20th century half calf over 19th century marbled boards, some light wear to edges. An excellent collection of birds-eye views. As well as Royal buildings such as Windsor Castle and the Tower of London, the great country houses of the nobility include Badminton, Chatsworth, Grimsthorpe and Longleat, with striking depictions of the geometrical perfection of their grounds. First published 1707 with numerous other editions appearing in various formats until the middle of the century. ESTC lists 6 copies of this issue - of two examined, one included the Hatfield plate and one didn't.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
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2013-07-02 11:03:09
Gildon (Charles)]
Printed for J. Woodward and J. Morphew, 1709. FIRST EDITION, mostly rather browned, pp. [xvi], 174 [i.e.176], 145-304, 8vo, fairly recent half calf, minuscule inscription on verso of title 'W.S. Ogden, 1885', sound. The 'golden spies' are coins endowed with speech in this collection of tales anticipating The Adventures of a Guinea, and very much in the same picaresque, humorous, amorous and scandalous vein. Gildon (1665-1724) 'spent five years at the English College in Douai, but did not enter the Roman priesthood as his family had intended. He returned to England, aged nineteen, and two years later went to London, where he spent or was tricked by lawyers out of the greatest part of his paternal estate . Financial need forced Gildon to become a versatile professional writer, producing translations, biographies, essays, plays, verse, fictional letters, tales, and criticism as required. His earliest identifiable work was a flattering History of the Athenian Society (1692), commissioned by John Dunton. Dunton continued to employ Gildon, and in 1705 wrote that he: "is well acquainted with the Languages, and writes with a peculiar Briskness, which the common Hacks can't boast of, in Regard, they want the Life and Spirit, and the same Liberty, and Extent of Genius." Gildon maintained a standard well above the common hacks for some thirty years of copious and varied output. He was received into the company of John Dryden, William Wycherley, and Aphra Behn' (ODNB). (McBurney 44; ESTC T71295) [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2013-06-25 19:33:22
MALEBRANCHE, Nicolas.
Chez Michel David, 1709, 4 volumes 100x168 mm environ, (1) f., (9) ff. de titre, avertissement, approbation, privilège, table, 605 pages, (1) f., - (1)., (3) ff., de titres, table et errata, 504 pages, (1) f., - (1) f., (3) ff. de titres, table, 502 pages, (1) f., (1) f., (3) ff. de titres, avertissement, 228 pages, (1) f., reliures plein veau havane moucheté, dos lisses portant titres et tomaisons dorés sur pièces bordeaux, ornés de caissons à fleurons dorés, gardes marbrées, coupes dorées, tranches rouges. Deux coins émoussés, 3 coiffes ébréchées avec début de fente sur les mors, quelques frottements d'usage, rares rousseurs, sinon bon état. Nicolas Malebranche, né à Paris le 5 août 1638 et mort à Paris le 13 octobre 1715, est un philosophe, prêtre oratorien et théologien français, considéré comme un cartésien. Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2013-06-11 13:24:36
Chatelain
AMSTERDAM: FR. CHATELAIN, 1709 1709 Incisione in rame (390 X 483) mm alla battuta. Pianta (208x 483) mmm. Carta vergata. Filigrana non rilevata. Pianta acquarellata. Condizioni perfette. Proveniente da "Atlas Historique, ou nouvelle introduction a l'Histoire, a la Chronologie & la Geographie? Avec la dissertations sur l'Histoire ". In alto "Carte du Plan de Venise, l'etat de sa noblesse, et ses differens degrez, avec quelques autres remarques curieuses sur cette superbe ville. Tome 2 N°74". In riquadro in alto a sinistra e in alto a destra informazioni architettoniche generali sul numerodi edifici, etc. In basso, "metà del foglio all'interno della battuta è occupato da un succinto quadro storico della nobiltà cittadina e da un elenco della stessa suddiviso per categorie e disposto in cinque colonne." La pianta, che rappresenta l'intera città compresa Giudecca e Murano, ricorda quella del Merian con degli aggiornamenti.
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana
2013-06-03 00:20:07
GRIMAREST, (JEAN-LÉONOR le GALLOIS)
de.
Traité sur la maniere d'ecrire des lettres, et sur le ceremonial: avec un discours sur ce qu'on appelle usage, dans la langue françoise. Paris, chez J. Estienne, 1709. Liten 8:o. (6),297,(7) s. Fint samtida skinnbd med upphöjda bind, rikt guldornerad rygg, brun titeletikett, kantförgyllning och rödstänkta snitt. Ryggen aningen blekt. Eftersättsbladet har en liten röd lackfläck nederst. Enstaka lagerfläckar. Aningen solkig på sina håll, bl.a. på s. 132-33. Med J. G. Sacks namnteckning daterad i Paris den 23 februari 1713. Ur Bergshammarbiblioteket med dess tryckta biblioteksetikett överst på ryggen.. Första upplagan. Sista fyra opaginerade sidorna med bokreklam. Kammarherren Johan Gabriel Sack (1697-1751) byggde tillsammans med sin fru Eva Bielke upp ett stort arkiv och bibliotek på sitt sörmländska gods Bergshammar. Han är begravd i Fogdö kyrka med en epitafium i stenstil författat av hans vän Carl Gustaf Tessin. Större delen av biblioteket förvärvades av Björck & Börjesson på 1930-talet. Sack medföljde sannolikt sin styvfar Eric Sparre till Paris på 1710-talet och fick sin militära utbildning i fransk tjänst från 1712. Antikvariatet har haft böcker med förvärvsanteckningar från Paris av Sack från 1713-16
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2013-05-23 07:26:31
FONTANINI, GIUSTO, 1666-1736
ROMA, 1709IMPRESSIONE TERZA. SI AGGIUNGE LA DIFESA DEL MEDESIMO DOMINIO, NELLA QUALE ANCOR SI GIUSTIFICA LA RICUPERAZIONE DEL DUCATO DI FERRARA FATTA DAL PONTEFICE CLEMENTE VII, E L' ANTICHISSIMA SOVRANTÀ DELLA CHIESA ROMANA IN TUTTI I SUOI STATI: PER LA SEDE APOSTOLICA IN RISPOSTA ALLE TRE ULTIME SCRITTURE PUBLICATE IN CONTRARIO. ROMA, 1709 . 2 VOLUMI IN-4°, PERGAMENA COEVA. XVI, 426 PP., 1 F. BIANCO; XX, 438 PP., 1 F. (ERRATA). OTTIMO ESEMPLARE. OPERA RARA COL SECONDO VOLUME. DIFESA SECONDA DEL DOMINIO TEMPORALE DELLA SEDE APOSTOLICA SOPRA LA CITTÀ DI COMACCHIO OVE IN PRIMO LUOGO SI PURGANO I SOMMI PONTEFICI, E MOLTI IMPERATORI DA GRAVISSIME ACCUSE, E SI GIUSTIFICA NUOVAMENTE LA SOVRANITÀ DELLA CHIESA ROMANA IN TUTTI I SUOI STATI PER LA SEDE APOSOLICA, IN RISPOSTA ALLA SUPPLICA E AI RIFLESSI ULTIMAMENTE STAMPATI. ROMA, 1711. MELZI, I, PP. 331 E 299. LOZZI, 1286 - 1287. TIPALDO, VII, PP. 438 - 43. LIRUTI, LETTERATI DEL FRIULI, IV, PP. 281 - 90. MANZANO, LETTERATI E ARTISTI FRIULANI, PP. 91 - 92. www.libreriabrighenti.it
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2013-05-07 18:49:14
MANLEY Delarivier (c1670-1724)
London: John Morphew, 1709 Of several persons of quality of both sexes from the New Atalantis, an island in the Mediteranean. Originally written in Italian. In brown quarter leather with cloth, title to spine in real gold on red leather label. Internally new endpapers, binders stamp to fpd, pages (acid) browned throughout, some contemporary ink notes to margins often naming names, [2], (vi), 246 pp. Rare. (ESTC T75114. Lowndes 1464) (First edition was in Italian)Manley was taken into custody nine days after the publication of the second volume of Secret memoirs and manners. She apparently surrendered herself after a secretary of state's warrant had been issued against her, and her publishers John Morphew and John Woodward and printer John Barber had been detained. Four days later the latter were discharged but Manley remained in custody until 5 November when she was released on bail. After several continuations of the case, she was tried and discharged on 13 February 1710. Per ODNB
Bookseller: Madoc Books
2013-05-05 16:56:20
[Manley, Delarivier a.k.a Mary De La Riviere Manley]
London: Christopher's Church Yard...... 1709 & 1710. Hardcover. 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. , Most of what is known about the English writer Delarivier Manley (1670-1724) is drawn from her own 'Adventures of Rivella' (1714) but Manley's autobiographical writing is often self serving and not entirely reliable. What is known is that after the death of her parents she came under the care of her cousin, the Tory lawyer, John Manley, who would later bigamously marry Delarivier and have a son with her. In 1694, under the protection of Barbara Villiers sepa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: double B books
2013-04-03 08:48:02
Pozzo, Andrea
4°, 58 Bl., 3 Kupfern (Autor, Denkmal, Arbeitstisch), 100 Kupfertaf., Kart.-Einband der Zeit, Deckel berieben (Vorderdekcel, Titelbl. mit kleinen Textverlusten am unteren Rand (hinterlegt). Fliegende Vors- fehlen, Etwas fingerfleckig, einige Seiten wasserrändig - insgesamt nicht schlecht Vgl. Graesse V 429, Brunet IV 984. Lateinisch-deutsche Ausgabe des Lehrbuchs der Architektur und Perspektive, das der berühmte italienische Architekt zuerst 1693-1700 in Rom herausgebracht hatte. Für die vorliegende deutsche Ausgabe wurden die Kupfer von J. Boxbarth (Bd I) etwas verkleinert. Das einflußreiche Werk behandelt Kirchen, Altäre, Decken, Kuppeln, Scheinarchitektur, Theaterkulissen, Türen, Fenster, Treppen, Säulen Konsolen, Festungsbau und anderes.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
2013-02-18 18:30:30
Littlebury, Isaac
London: Edward Castle, 1709.. First Edition. Half-Leather. Poor. 185mm Tall, 12mo Pulished in two volumes, this is Volume II only. Printed by Sam Buckley at The Dolphin in Little-Britain. 430 pages plus index. Front cover loose, split almost completely down spine between pages 174/5, just holding together at the base. Heavily worn covers. Text pages in good condition. List of numbers written in ink on last page before endpaper
Bookseller: Andmeister Books
2013-01-30 17:49:55
BRUNNEMANN, Johan and STYRKER, Samuel
Frankfurt & Leipzig, Meyer & Zimmermann, 1709. Frontispiece + (14) + 829 + (75) + 144 + (16) + (8) + 315 + (17) p. Contemporary vellum. 21,5 X 16,5 cm. Slight foxing throughout.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB [SE]
2013-01-26 05:54:15
Berkeley, George
Dublin: Printed by Aaron Rhames, for Jeremy Pepyat 1709 [i.e., 1710] Second edition of Berkeley's first major work, significantly revised. "The whole text (B1-Ccb) has been reset and changes have been made; the chief of these are modifications in sections VII and XII…and the addition of a long passage to section LXXIII…Berkeley also added an Appendix [pp. 191-8] intended to answer the objections of Dr. William King, Archbishop of Dublin. Berkeley told Percival in a letter dated 1 March 1709/10 that the first edition of the book was not released for publication until this second edition was ready, the publisher fearing he had not printed enough copies of the first…" (Keynes 2). Contemporary paneled calf. Joints cracked, but cords sound, binding extremities rubbed, intermittent old dampstaining at foremargin. Octavo. With the final blank. Diagrams in text. Contemporary armorial bookplate of the Castle Menzies Library, bookplate of Edward Neville da Costa Andrade (1887-1971), the English physicist and Fellow of the Royal Society. A good copy with an interesting provenance. The subject of A New Theory of Vision is announced by the author in his first sentence: 'My Design is to shew the manner, wherein we perceive by Sight the Distance, Magnitude, and Situation of Objects. Also to consider the Difference there is betwixt the Ideas of Sight and Touch, and whether there be any Idea common to both Senses.' The treatise laid the foundation for Berkeley's doctrine of immaterialism, though this word was not used" (Keynes, Bibliography of George Berkeley, p. 3).
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I
2013-01-18 14:41:29
Virgil
London: Jacob Tonson, 1709. Hardcover. Very Good. The third edition. 3 volumes ([2], 108, 211, [1] p.; [2], 213-545, [1] p.; [2], 549-857, [1] p.; 3 engraved frontispieces (portraits of Dryden), 101 additional leaves of plates; 20 cm. (8vo). Contemporary Cambridge-style calf with six spine compartments between raised bands. Gilt-tooled title and volume number in second compartment of each with gilt-tooled decorations in remaining compartments. Double gilt-rolled borders on boards with floral decoration in corners. Edges have blind-rolled decoration. All page edges speckled red. Title pages in red and black. Volumes 2 and 3 have no edition statement. Paged continuously. Engravings variously signed: M. vander Gucht, AE, and L. du Guernier. Includes Chetwood's Life of Virgil and Preface to the Pastorals (v. 1, p. 13-100) and Addison's An Essay on the Georgics (v. 1, 77-92). Neither work is signed. (Cf. D.N.B., 4:210 on Chetwood, and The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, 2:1100 on Addison.) ESTC, T64661. Small (3.5 x 3 cm.) dark green leather bookplate of Moncure Biddle on front fixed endpapers with gilt-tooled decoration. The library of Philadelphia investment banker and book collector Moncure Biddle (d. 1956) was sold by Parke-Bernet Galleries in April 1952. In Very Good Condition: edges are rubbed; front joints starting from head of spine on each volume; front boards of vol. 1 and vol. 3 have a few scrapes; pages and plates are clean and bright.
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera, IOBA [Lansdowne, PA, U.S.A.]
2013-01-18 14:41:29
Virgil
London: Jacob Tonson, 1709. Very Good. The third edition. 3 volumes ([2], 108, 211, [1] p.; [2], 213-545, [1] p.; [2], 549-857, [1] p.; 3 engraved frontispieces (portraits of Dryden), 101 additional leaves of plates; 20 cm. (8vo). Contemporary Cambridge-style calf with six spine compartments between raised bands. Gilt-tooled title and volume number in second compartment of each with gilt-tooled decorations in remaining compartments. Double gilt-rolled borders on boards with floral decoration in corners. Edges have blind-rolled decoration. All page edges speckled red. Title pages in red and black. Volumes 2 and 3 have no edition statement. Paged continuously. Engravings variously signed: M. vander Gucht, AE, and L. du Guernier. Includes Chetwood's Life of Virgil and Preface to the Pastorals (v. 1, p. 13-100) and Addison's An Essay on the Georgics (v. 1, 77-92). Neither work is signed. (Cf. D.N.B., 4:210 on Chetwood, and The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, 2:1100 on Addison.) ESTC, T64661. Small (3.5 x 3 cm.) dark green leather bookplate of Moncure Biddle on front fixed endpapers with gilt-tooled decoration. The library of Philadelphia investment banker and book collector Moncure Biddle (d. 1956) was sold by Parke-Bernet Galleries in April 1952. In Very Good Condition: edges are rubbed; front joints starting from head of spine on each volume; front boards of vol. 1 and vol. 3 have a few scrapes; pages and plates are clean and bright.
Bookseller: Classic Books and Ephemera
2013-01-12 05:02:58
KIP, Joannes.
London: Printed by John Hughes for Robert Dodsley 1709.. Folio, engraved title, contents leaf and 79 double page plates, not including Hatfield (no. 24*). Two plates (4 and 29) with skilful repairs and one (49) with a couple of spots plus some repair to the margins of the title page and 5 plates, later armorial bookplate. Overall a good clean copy in 20th century half calf over 19th century marbled boards, some light wear to edges. An excellent collection of birds-eye views. As well as Royal buildings such as Windsor Castle and the Tower of London the great country houses of the nobility include Badminton, Chatsworth, Grimsthorpe and Longleat, with striking depictions of the geometrical perfection of their grounds. First published 1707 with numerous other editions appearing in various formats until the middle of the century. ESTC lists 6 copies of this issue - of two examined, one included the Hatfield plate and one didn't.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB
2013-01-07 19:09:00
Schaaf, Karl (Carolus)
Leyden: Joh: Mulleri, et al, 1709. Second edition. Near fine. Hardcover. 4to. (x),644,(cxx)pp. Engraved vignette on title, woodcut endcaps on the final text and index pages. Title page printed in red and black. Contemporary full vellum, nicely rebacked to style; red leather lettering label, gilt. Vellum lightly soiled else a very good to near fine copy. An important Syriac lexicon, originally published in the previous year in connection with the Novum Testamentum Syriacum (See Darlow & Moule 8969). The 1708 edition is said to be the first surviving book printed by stereotype printing (See PMM Exhibition Catalogue, 309). The printer, Johann Muller, printed a small prayer book in 1701 by stereoype but no copy has survived; this Lexicon, along with the Syriac New Testament, was the second. While the 1708 printing of the Lexicon is rare, this 1709 edition is likewise nearly as scarce.
Bookseller: Thorn Books
2013-01-04 16:23:35
FULLER, Thomas (1654-1734)
Roterrodami,: Joannem Hofhout, 1709. Roterrodami,: Joannem Hofhout,, 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 livres anciens - antiquarian books [BEL]
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2013-01-03 21:41:47
Whitlocke, Bulstrode [1605 - 1675 (or 76)]. Penn, William [1644 - 1718]; Welwood, James [1652 - 1727] - Contributors
London:: Printed for E. Sanger at the Post-House at the Middle Temple-Gate, E. Curll at the Peacock without Temple-Bar, and J. Pemberton at the Golden-Buck against St. DunstanÕs-Church, Fleet-Street,. 1709.. Folio. 13-3/4" x 8-3/8". 1st edition. [6], vii, [1 (blank)], 101, 101* - 112, 112*, 105 - 162, 161 - 164, 167 - 212, 213* - 226*, 213 - 310, [32] pp. Initial imprimatur leaf. Text continuous despite paginatiron irregularities. 31 page Index at rear, with Publisher advert last page.. Period full panelled calf binding. Red speckled edges.. Wear to base of binding's boards. Joint leather starting. Bookplate. to front paste-down, and period inscription to ffep. Unobtrusive. worming to gutter of last 8 gatherings. An About VG - VG copy.. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial captial letters.
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA
2013-01-01 15:12:39
ROGISSART (Alexandre de), & H.***
In-16 p. (mm. 159x91), 6 voll. in 4 tomi, p. pelle bazana coeva, dorso a cordoni (restaur.) con decoraz. e tit. oro su due tasselli, pp. (56),279; 147;140; 120;106; 209,(130 di Indice); molto ben illustrati f.t. da: 6 antiporte figurate, 1 tav. di dedica al ?Très illustre Seigneur Arent, Baron de Wassenaar et Duvenvoirde..? entro cornice architettonica (ripieg.), e 169 bellissime tavv., tutte inc. in rame, numerose più volte ripieg. Vi figurano: 2 carte geografiche dell?Italia antica e moderna, pregevoli piante di città a volo d'uccello, vedute di città con i più importanti edifici, monumenti e loro particolari, giardini, fontane e paesaggi, scene animate; particolarmente ricca l'iconografia dedicata a Venezia (con una grande e affascinante illustrazione del Carnevale), Padova, Firenze, Roma, Napoli, Pozzuoli, Genova, Milano, Pavia. La maggior parte delle tavole, come specificato nella Prefaz. della prima ediz. ?ont été faits sur les lieux & les autres ont été gravez sur les planches de Bertelli, P. Rubens, Panvin, Capace, Boschini, Villamaena, Sarnelli, V. Coronelli?. ?Dernière édition, revue, augmentée de nouveau, beaucoup plus correcte que les précedentes, & enrichie de plusieurs nouvelles figures en taille douce, avec une Table des matières fort ample & fort exacte, par "Jean de la Faye". Divisée en six tomes?. (La prima ediz. è di Leyda, 1706). Cfr. Berlin Katalog,I,2685 - Brunet,IV,1354 - Graesse,VI,147 - Lewine, p. 471 - Cioranescu,III,53716 - Fossati Bellani,I,353. Tutti i volumi con lieve uniforme arross., qualche alone margin. su due tomi, ma certamente un buon es … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2012-12-30 17:23:30
Scheuchzero, Johanne.
Accesserunt Alberti v. Haller. Synonyma Nuperioar, Graminum Septuaginta Species, de Generibus Suscepti. Tiguri (Zürich), Orell, Gessner Graminum Espicrisis. Denique Plantae Rhaetici Itineris Anno 1709 a J. Scheuchzero, Fuessli & Socc. 1775. 4:o. VIII,(38),512,(24),92 pp. + 19 engraved plates, 8 folding. Contemporary full calf with marbled edges. Spine sparsely gilt in compartments, gilt boarder on boards, gilt edges on boards. rubbing to spine and boards, some loss at head of spine. Some light foxing, a bit more to first 5 leaves and pages 1-10. Occasional neat pencil annotations in margins. Exlibris Nils Dahlbeck. 21,5 x 17 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok- & Bildantikvariat AB [SE]
2012-12-28 15:25:19
(Biblia)
På swensko; efter Konung Karl then tolftes befalning, medh förriga editioner jämnförd; summarier, och marginalier å nyo öfwersedde; concordantier, och anmärckningar förökade; nya register, och biblisk tideräkning inrättade; medh mera, som företalet närmare uthwisar. Stockholm: Henrick Keysers enka, 1709. Titelblad i rött och svart, (168), 1095,(1), 323,(1) s. + porträtt och tre utvikbara graverade planscher. Samtida skinnband. Rygg med fem upphöjda bind. Amatörmässigt renoverade spännen. Bokmärke inklistrat på eftersättsblad. Rättelsebladet samt en graverad plansch saknas. Planschen till NT med mindre lagning. Flera blad i registret med fula amatörlagningar i marginalerna samt med ifyllda hål mitt på ett par sidor (bokstavsförlust). Porträttet med lagning mitt på samt förstärkt i marginalerna. Titelbladet med spår av lim i kanterna på baksidan, efter amatörmässig "lagning". Spricka i bakre ytterfals. 22,5 x 18,5 cm.. Karl XII:s fältbibel
Bookseller: Antiquaria
2012-12-23 22:59:05
Whitlocke, Bulstrode [1605 - 1675 (or 76)]. Penn, William [1644 - 1718]; Welwood, James [1652 - 1727] - Contributors
London: Printed for E. Sanger at the Post-House at the Middle Temple-Gate, E. Curll at the Peacock without Temple-Bar, and J. Pemberton at the Golden-Buck against St. Dunstan's-Church, Fleet-Street, 1709. 1st edition. Period full panelled calf binding. Red speckled edges. Wear to base of binding's boards. Joint leather starting. Bookplate to front paste-down, and period inscription to ffep. Unobtrusive worming to gutter of last 8 gatherings. An About VG - VG copy.. [6], vii, [1 (blank)], 101, 101* - 112, 112*, 105 - 162, 161 - 164, 167 - 212, 213* - 226*, 213 - 310, [32] pp. Initial imprimatur leaf. Text continuous despite paginatiron irregularities. 31 page Index at rear, with Publisher advert last page. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial captial letters. Folio. 13-3/4" x 8-3/8"
Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA [US]
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2012-11-05 18:15:53
Olearius, Gottfried
Thomam Fritsch, Lipsiae, 1709. Philostratorum quae supersunt omnia : Vita Apollonii libris VIII. Vitae Sophistarum libris II. Heroica. Imagines priores atque posteriores et Epistolae. Accessere Apollonii Tyanensis Epistolae, Eusebii liber adversus Hieroclem, Callistrati descript. statuarum. Omnia ex mss. codd. recensuit notis perpetuis illustravit versionem totam fere novam fecit Gottfridus Olearius, half title, title (4), XXXIX, 987pp, full contemporary vellum, 7 spine bands, short title penned in second compartment, binding strong although light crack is developing at the top of the front joint. Near Fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Charles Davis [Wenham, MA, U.S.A.]
2012-10-31 04:00:04
Mauriceau, François
8°. 52 n.n. Bl., 848 S., 317 S. Pappband der Zeit mit blindgeprägtem Rückenschild. Blake 293. - Hirsch IV, 172. - Siebold II, 153. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Von Mauriceau (1637-1709) als Sammlung von Beobachtungen aus 25 Jahren 1695 in französischer Sprache herausgegeben. Wurde mehrmals aufgelegt. " Mauriceau's case histories are models of clear and succinct description, revealing him to be a skilled and expereinced practitioner" (HOH). Wohl eine der ersten Übersetztungen des 1788 geborenen Martin Schurig, der durch seine gynäkologischen Sammlungen, die er ab 1720 herausgab, bekannt wurde. - Papier gleichmässig gebräunt. Einband stark beschabt und bestossen. - Aus der Sammlung Walter Pfeilsticker.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
2012-09-19 03:30:04
Spreng, Johann Jacob
Gestochener Titel und 20 gestochene Tafeln. Schlichter Papierumschlag der Zeit. Doede 121 (nennt 30 Blatt). - Bonacini 1753 - Katalog der Ornamentstichsammlung 4863. - Sehr seltenes, von uns im Handel in den letzten Jahrzehnten nicht nachweisbares, populäres Schreibmeisterbuch. - Der aus Würzburg stammende Spreng wirkte von 1692 bis 1741 als Schreib- und Rechnemeister an der 'deutschen Schule' der Münstergemeinde und am Gymnsium. "Bei seinem Rücktritt stellte ihm die Universität als vorgesetzte Behörde des Zeugnis aus "er habe unser Basel das Schreiben gelehret". Der von ihm eingeführt Schrifttypus, der wegen seinner Prägnanz und Zierlichkeit oft gerühtme als "alte Baslerhand" hat sich in den Schule Basel bis gegen die Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts behauptet" (aus: Adolf Socin, J.J. Spreng. In Basler Jahrbuch 1893, S. 223). - Doede erwähnt den Namen eines 'Joh. Leonh. Blank Norimb. Sculpsit' auf dem Titel und Blatt 15, was bei unserem Exemplar nicht der Fall ist. - Exemplar mit starken Gebrauchsspuren mit durchgängigem, stellenweise starkem Wasserrand, einigen Randeinrissen und Eselsohren. Die letzten 3 Blätter mit kleinem Papierverlust am unteren Rand. Umschlag fleckig und mit 3 kleinen Löchern. Sehr selten.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat
2012-06-30 16:18:56
KIP, Joannes
London: Printed for David Mortier..., Daniel Midwinter..., Henry Overton..., & Joseph Smith..., 1709. London: Printed for David Mortier..., Daniel Midwinter..., Henry Overton..., & Joseph Smith..., 1709.. Folio, engraved title, contents leaf and 79 double page plates, not including Hatfield (no. 24*). Two plates (4 and 29) with skilful repairs and one (49) with a couple of spots plus some repair to the margins of the title page and 5 plates, later armorial bookplate. Overall a good clean copy in 20th century half calf over 19th century marbled boards, some light wear to edges. An excellent collection of birds-eye views. As well as Royal buildings such as Windsor Castle and the Tower of London, the great country houses of the nobility include Badminton, Chatsworth, Grimsthorpe and Longleat, with striking depictions of the geometrical perfection of their grounds. First published 1707 with numerous other editions appearing in various formats until the middle of the century. ESTC lists 6 copies of this issue - of two examined, one included the Hatfield plate and one didn't.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
2012-06-30 14:44:34
Francois Barreme
Paris - Denis Thierry, 1709 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An early accounting handbook by this French mathematician, one of the founders of accounting. A new but very early edition in a lovely original binding. Featuring an illustrated titlepage. In French. Condition: In a full leather binding. Externally, slightly rubbed to extremities. Crease to rear board. Rear joint only just starting. Internally, firmly bound and bright. Occasional small spots and ink marks, with light tidemarks to upper margins, barely affecting text. Crossed out ink writing to front pastedown. Overall: VERY GOOD..
Bookseller: Rooke Books
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2012-06-29 17:55:37
Vera Antonio de
Theodor Haak Leide, 1709. Deux tomes reliés ensemble; 517 pages; reliure dos cuir du 19e siècle, plats frottés, deux ou trois trous de vers sur la reliure; intérieur en bon état; deux frontispices identiques pour chaque tome; traduit de l'espagnol;A l fin catalogue des livres du libraire Haak de Leide;Ex libris de M. de Mareste; [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Magnus [Paris, France]
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