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2016-11-29 12:11:45
SALUSTIO, Cayo Crispo.
Cambridge: Cantabrigiae, Typis Academicis, apud Cornelium Crownfield, celeberrimæ Academiae Typographum, 1710. 4to.mayor; 4 hs., XXIV-532 pp., 304 pp. y 84 hs. de Índice. Encuadernación fatigada, de la época, en piel. Una de las más raras ediciones existentes de Salustio, muy buscada por el aparato de notas que acompañan a la misma, y donde se recogen los comentarios íntegros de Henricus Glareanus (1488-1563), de Joannes Rivius ó Jean de Rivière (1599-1665), del toledano Pedro Chacón (1527-1581), del hispano-flamenco Luis Carrión (1547-1595), de Jan Van der Does ó Douza (1545-1604), de Jan Gruter (1560-1627), junto a los tomados de Aldo Manucio, Cipriano y Ausonio de Popma, Vincenzo Castiglione, Petrus Victorius, Fulvio Ursino y otros.
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2016-11-29 12:11:45
SALUSTIO, Cayo Crispo.
1710. Cambridge: Cantabrigiae, Typis Academicis, apud Cornelium Crownfield, celeberrimæ Academiae Typographum, 1710. 4to.mayor; 4 hs., XXIV-532 pp., 304 pp. y 84 hs. de Índice. Encuadernación fatigada, de la época, en piel. Una de las más raras ediciones existentes de Salustio, muy buscada por el aparato de notas que acompañan a la misma, y donde se recogen los comentarios íntegros de Henricus Glareanus (1488-1563), de Joannes Rivius ó Jean de Rivière (1599-1665), del toledano Pedro Chacón (1527-1581), del hispano-flamenco Luis Carrión (1547-1595), de Jan Van der Does ó Douza (1545-1604), de Jan Gruter (1560-1627), junto a los tomados de Aldo Manucio, Cipriano y Ausonio de Popma, Vincenzo Castiglione, Petrus Victorius, Fulvio Ursino y otros.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
2016-11-28 22:54:47
Jan Frans van Bloemen detto "ORIZZONTE" (Anversa 1662 - Roma 1749)
1710. Acquaforte, firmata in lastra in basso a sinistra. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Si tratta di uno dei sei paesaggi all'caquaforte firmati da Bloemen, descritti da Le Blanc e Nagler, di rarissima reperibilità. View of an obelisk on a slope at centre, two figures conversing in lower left corner, other figures walking up or down the slope, a city in background. Etching, signed on plate at lower left. Magnificent proof, on contemporary laid paper, no watermark, narrow margins, in excellent conditions. Very rare. Roma Rome G. K. Nagler, Die Monogrammisten, München - Leipzig s.a., pp. 919 s.; Ch. Le Blanc, Manuel de l'amateur d'estampes, I, Paris 1854, pp. 380 s 177 243
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-11-24 16:51:32
FRICX (Eugène Henry);
Bruxelles Eugène Henry Fricx circa 1710 494 x 598 mm. Très beau plan levé sur les lieux par l'ingénieur G.I. Mosburger, gravé par Harrewyn et publié par Eugène Henry Fricx, imprimeur de Bruxelles spécialisé dans les plans de batailles et de sièges de l'époque. L'estampe figure le plan de la bataille d'Oudenaarde survenue le 11 juillet 1708, lors de la Guerre de Succession d'Espagne, entre l'armée française et l'armée des Hauts Alliés commandée par le duc de Marlborough et le prince Eugène. Grand cartouche de renvois orné d'attributs militaires. Bel exemplaire brillamment colorié à l'époque. Mouillures légères dans la marge inférieure.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Bail [France, Paris]
2016-11-23 17:28:12
BASNAGE (Jacques); HOOGGHE (Romain de)
(Amsterdam, J. Lindenberg (1710). In-Folio, plein veau porphyre d'époque, dos à six nerfs orné, pièce de titre en maroquin, plats ornés d’une sphère armillaire frappée à l’or entourée d’une composition allégorique, cadre de filets avec fleurons aux angles et roulette dorés, tranches dorées. Ouvrage divisé en trois parties, 180pp, 103pp, et 55 pp. Deux titres et vignette en colorie d'époque avec rehaut d'or. Illustrée de 110 gravures en taille douce à deux sujets par page , réparties entre l’ancien et le nouveau testament. Première édition , exemplaire en tirage de luxe dont les pages de titre ont été peintes aux gouaches et à l’or en coloris d'époque. Ouvrage divisé en trois parties, 180pp, 103pp, et 55 pp. Deux titres et vignette en colorie d'époque avec réhaut d'or. Illustrée de 110 gravures en taille douce à deux sujets par page , réparties entre l’ancien et le nouveau testament. Première édition , exemplaire en tirage de luxe dont les pages de titre ont été peintes aux gouaches et à l’or en coloris d'époque. Cette histoire du monde en images, de sa création à l'apocalypse, est le résultat de la collaboration entre Jacques Basnage, et Romain de Hoogghe, qui signet là l'une de ses œuvres les plus spectaculaires. Jacques Basnage, ministre réformé, ayant fui la révocation de l'édit de Nantes en 1685 trouva refuge aux Pays Bas, Homme tolérant et d'une vaste érudition. Il passa sa vie à l'étude des textes sacrés et des langues étrangères. Ce premier tirage se présente ici sous sa forme la plus luxueuse avec de magnifiques rehauts sur les pages de titre et d'un encrage vigoure … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure [Paris, France]
2016-11-23 17:28:12
BASNAGE (Jacques); HOOGGHE (Romain de)
(Amsterdam, J. Lindenberg (1710) - In-Folio, plein veau porphyre d'époque, dos à six nerfs orné, pièce de titre en maroquin, plats ornés d’une sphère armillaire frappée à l’or entourée d’une composition allégorique, cadre de filets avec fleurons aux angles et roulette dorés, tranches dorées. Ouvrage divisé en trois parties, 180pp, 103pp, et 55 pp. Deux titres et vignette en colorie d'époque avec réhaut d'or. Illustrée de 110 gravures en taille douce à deux sujets par page , réparties entre l’ancien et le nouveau testament. Première édition , exemplaire en tirage de luxe dont les pages de titre ont été peintes aux gouaches et à l’or . Cette histoire du monde en images, de sa création à l'apocalypse, est le résultat de la collaboration entre Jacques Basnage, et Romain de Hoogghe, qui signet là l'une de ses œuvres les plus spectaculaires. Jacques Basnage, ministre réformé , ayant fuit la révocation de l'édit de Nantes en 1685 trouva refuge aux Pays Bas, Homme tolérant et d'une vaste érudition. Il passa sa vie à l'étude des textes sacrés et des langues étrangères. Ce premier tiragei se présente ici sous sa forme la plus luxueuse avec de magnifiques rehauts sur les pages de titre et d'un encrage vigoureux ce qui permets d'apprécier pleinement la grande finesse des arrières plans, de chacune de ces foisonnantes estampes. Sans conteste l'un des plus beaux livres illustrés de l'époque, présenté ici dans une condition exceptionnelle. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure
2016-11-23 07:13:32
Altkol. Kupferstich von J.B. Homann, um 1710, 49 x 58,5 cm. Die flächenkolorierte Karte zeigt die Umgebung von Wismar, links die Ostsee. Am unteren Rand schöne, altkolorierte Gesamtansicht (8,5 x 31 cm), davon links und rechts figürliche Kartuschen sowie von Putten gehaltene Titelkartusche. - Im Bereich oben ein alt hinterlegter, kaum sichtbarer, Einriss. Sehr schönes Blatt in kräftiger Farbgebung. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Bra-Me-Po
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2016-11-22 18:38:19
anonimo
1710 ca.. Interessante raffigurazione della città di Mantova basata sull'impostazione prospettica inaugurata a suo tempo da Braun-Hogenberg, che presenta importanti aggiornamenti militari. Infatti nell'area a sud della città sono riportate le più recenti fortificazioni. Sullo sfondo si scorge la leggendaria cinta muraria del Serraglio. Il titolo è iscritto in un festone in alto al centro, mentre in basso sempre al centro vi è la legenda con rimandi (dalla A alla R). Il primo piano è animato da scene di vita militare. Di questa stampa si conosce un solo esemplare presso la British Library. Rif: Ferrari, "Mantova nelle antiche stampe", pag. 70, n° 61 mm 282x382
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2016-11-22 18:20:14
Erberg, Matthia von:
Endter; 1710. ORIGINAL-ERSTAUSGABE; 1231/ 1248/ 990 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer aufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt nachgedunkelt/ stellenweise leicht stockfleckig; der Zustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; Orig.Ganzleder der Zeit mit altersbedingtem Abrieb; KOMPLETTPREIS für 3 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb
Bookseller: Petra Gros
2016-11-22 18:20:14
Erberg, Matthia von
Endter; 1710. ORIGINAL-ERSTAUSGABE; 1231/ 1248/ 990 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer aufgelösten Bibliothek und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt nachgedunkelt/ stellenweise leicht stockfleckig; der Zustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; Orig.Ganzleder der Zeit mit altersbedingtem Abrieb; KOMPLETTPREIS für 3 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; ALTSCHRIFT! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb
Bookseller: Petra Gros [Germany]
2016-11-21 18:06:16
[Tyssot de Patot, Simon]
Chez Jaques l’aveugle, 1710 (1715?). 12mo (cm. 15,8), 4 cc.nn., 508 pp. Legatura coeva in piena pelle con ricchi fregi oro ai piccoli ferri e titolo oro al ds. Segni di usura al ds. e agli angoli, mancanza delle cuffie. Tagli colorati. Interni ingialliti, ma in complesso buon esemplare. Rara narrazione utopica. Prima edizione.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2016-11-20 15:55:10
Marperger, Paul Jakob:
Gleditsch,, Leipzig, 1710 - 8 ungezählte Blätter, 480; 236 S., 12 ungez. Blätter Register. Zeitgenössischer Pergamentband. - Mit einem weiteren zeitgenöss. Titel (Genealogisches Titular-Buch von Wertheim, 1710) zusammengebunden. - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt oder fleckig. Durchgehend mit Wurmspuren, im zweiten Teil bei ca. 35 Blättern auch im Außenrand stärker betroffen. Der zeitgenöss. Pergamentband mit stärkeren Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, Bezug mit Fehlstellen, hinteres Innengelenk gelockert, jedoch nicht lose, dadurch auch zwei Blätter des Registers gelöst. - Äußerst seltene Original-Ausgabe, die sich auch intensiv mit Wechselkursen und Buchhaltung beschäftigt. Dünnhaupt 2651, 30.1 (verzeichnet noch ein Kupferporträt und eine gest. Faltkarte). Kress S.2496. Humpert 6187 (Titelaufl. 1711). – Erste deutsche Monographie über das Messewesen. Basierend auf Savarys 'Le parfait négociant' geht Marpergers Schrift besonders im handelskundlichen Teil weit über die Vorlage hinaus. Behandelt u.a. den Nutzen der Messen, Privilegien, Verhalten auf der Messe, Wechsel, Reise-Geleit, Handelsgerichte etc. – Die bei Dünnhaupt angegebenen zwei Kupfer sind offenbar nur wenigen Exemplaren beigegeben worden. – Sehr seltener Klassiker der Betriebswirtschaftslehre!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Winfried Scholl (VDA/ILAB)
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2016-11-19 18:00:17
LE MOINE DE L'ESPINE, JAcques ; MONDOTEGUY, Jacques
1 vol. in-4 reliure de l'époque plein vélin blanc, Chez Pierre Brunel, Amsterdam, 1710, 2 ff. (titre puis avertissement et errata), 388 pp. et 1 f. n. ch. (tables) Titre complet : Le Négoce d'Amsterdam, ou Traité de sa Banque, de ses Changes, des Compagnies Orientales & Occidentales, des Marchandises qu'on tire de cette Ville, & qu'on y porte de toutes les parties du Monde, des Poids, des Mesures, des Aunages, & du Tarif. Par Le Moine de l'Espine. Augmenté d'un Traité des Arbitrages, & des Changes sur les principales Villes de l'Europe, & de l'Ordre de l'Amirauté [ Titre complet du Traité des Arbitrages : ] Traité des Arbitrages qui se font par Change sur les principales Villes de l'Europe, ou la Ville d'Amsterdam à Change ouvert. Avec un Traité des Changes Curieux, & tres-utile pour tous les Négocians, fait & expliqué en François par Jacques Mondoteguy, Bayonnais Etat moyen (grignotage de rongeur au mors en texte, affectant les 45 premiers feuillets mais n'affectant pas le texte, des mouill.) pour ce texte rare. Une première édition avait paru en 1694 ; celle-ci, vraisemblablement posthume, est enrichie d'un Traité des arbitrages rédigé par le bayonnais Jacques Mondoteguy. Prix en l'état Français
Bookseller: Librairie Du Cardinal
2016-11-18 21:37:15
CHATELAIN HENRY ABRAHAM.
1710 c.. Incisione in rame, mm 338x443, colorata. Tratta da "Atlas Historique".Esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2016-11-18 07:47:46
Artanville, . d'.
Etienne Foulque, Marchand Libraire dans le Pooten,a la Haye, 1710. 472+467 pages pp. Bound in 2 contemporary half calf with rich golddecoration and goldprint on spines. Spines with smaller wear and upper edge of spine vol 2 with minimum tears. Corners a little bumped, else a fine set. Stamps on titelpages. First Edition. 16091953
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat
2016-11-15 23:56:19
Matthew Henry
Nath Cliff 1710 - 1710. 220 pages. No dust jacket. Brown leather. Cracked hinge but pages remain firm. Pen inscription to front endpaper. Dog-earing at some pages. Light finger marking, tanning and foxing to endpapers and pages. Creases to front endpaper. Water marks throughout some pages. Slight rub wear to boards, corners and spine. Cracked backstrip with chips to edges. Front board is detached. Edge wear to the boards and spine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2016-11-15 06:17:08
Pierre MORTIER (1661 - 1711)
1710. "Esemplare tratto dal terzo volume del ""Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie"" pubblicato per la prima volta ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Baeu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande ""libro delle città"" d'Italia. Il grande successo dell'opera diede origine ad un'ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da Rutgert Christoffel Alberts edita nel 1724/5. In questa edizione compaiono per la prima volta le vedute dei luoghi ""moderni"" di Roma, edite da Mortier ma inserite solo in questa edizione di Alberts. Le vedute, di grande formato sono molto ricche di particolari e particolarmente popolate di figure. Derivano da modelli presenti nell'editoria romana contemporanea. In particolare sono delle semplici derivazioni di opere edite tra la fine del XVII e il primo decennio del '700 da rtisti quali Alessandro Specchi, Tiburzio Vergelli, Matteo Gregorio de Rossi e dal fiammingo Wouters. Incisione in rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Cremonini pp. 83 - 90" Roma Rome 650 495
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-11-15 06:17:08
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
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2016-11-15 06:17:08
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
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2016-11-15 06:17:08
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c. 1710 - Playing card in fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. Dimensions: 83 × 53 mm (3.25 × 2 inches). A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
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2016-11-15 06:17:08
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c. 1710 - Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. Dimensions: 83 × 53 mm (3.25 × 2 inches). A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
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2016-11-15 06:17:08
SANSON d'ABBEVILLE (Nicolas);COVENS et MORTIER;
Bookseller: Librairie Le Bail [France, Paris]
2016-11-11 21:11:43
BEECK (Anna);
La Haye Anna Beek circa 1710 488 x 586 mm. Très rare plan gravé figurant le siège de la ville de Gand, publié par Anna Beeck à La Haye. Le plan montre comment la ville fut assiégée le 22 décembre 1708 par l'armée des Hauts Alliés commandée par le duc de Marlborough et le prince Eugène, lors de la Guerre de Succession d'Espagne. Anna Beeck publia de nombreux plans de batailles et de sièges durant la Guerre de Succession entre 1697 et 1717. Ses cartes se trouvent souvent dans des atlas composites, n'ayant pas elle-même publié d'atlas. Pierre Husson lui succéda en 1717. Bel exemplaire brillamment colorié à l'époque.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Bail [France, Paris]
2016-11-09 23:40:30
BEECK (Anna);
La Haye Anna Beek circa 1710 244 x 370 mm. Très belle estampe gravée figurant un panorama et un plan de la ville fortifiée de Trier, publiée par Anna Beeck à La Haye. Anna Beeck publia de nombreux plans de batailles et de sièges durant la Guerre de Succession entre 1697 et 1717. Ses cartes se trouvent souvent dans des atlas composites, n'ayant pas elle-même publié d'atlas. Pierre Husson lui succéda en 1717. Bel exemplaire brillamment colorié à l'époque. Rare.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Bail [France, Paris]
2016-11-09 12:18:00
1710Encre de Chine signée en bas à droite, 17 x 10 cm. Jean GOURMELIN (Paris 1920 - Meudon 2011) s'initie au dessin dés son plus jeune âge, puis travaille avec l'artiste Charles Portel qui lui enseigne la technique du papier-peint, de la gravure sur bois et du pochoir, avec Nobilis. Il complète sa formation à l'Ecole des Arts Décoratifs et a pour maître Othon Friesz. Avec Max Ingrand, maître verrier, il se passionne pour cet art des vitraux et réalise ceux des Châteaux d'Amboise, de Blois, de la Cathédrale de Saint-Malo ... Grâce à Maximilien Vox il revient à l'édition et l'illustation. Sa rencontre avec l'écrivain de science-fiction Jacques Sternberg détermine le début d'une amitié forte avec Louis Pauwels et sa collaboration à la Revue Planète. Ils lançent le mouvement du "Réalisme fantastique" et, selon l'expression de Sternberg, "Où les compositions de Jean Gourmelin brillaient comme des soleils noirs ... Son inspiration, il la puise dans ses terreurs, ses vertiges, ses gouffres métaphysiques, ses fantasmes, son théâtre d'épouvante et ses décors de rêve". Il anime les "Chroniques" de France-Soir. Des affiches pour le cinéma et le théâtre sortent de ses crayons. De nombreuses expositions saluent son talent dans des galeries et musées ( Centre Culturel de Meudon, Musée Georges Pompidou ...). Ce dessin est un clin d'oeil à la peinture de genre. Il représente un artiste assis face à son tableau -modèle- vivant... Jean Gourmelin célèbre la peinture en montrant qu'il ne s'agit pas d'une "nature morte", mais bien au contraire d'un Art vivant !
Bookseller: Librairie Chrétien [France, Paris]
2016-11-08 12:15:07
CORELLI, Arcangelo
Editori diversi, c. 1710. Arcangelus, Corellius. London, Walsh, (circa 1710). 3 volumi, in complesso 4 opere di musica in-folio, legati in 3 volumi, m. pelle coeva, dorsi logori (staccate le copertine di 2 volumi). Ritratto in antiporta di Arcangelo Corelli. I vol. Opera prima. II vol. Opera seconda. III vol. Opera terza. Opera prima XII Sonatas of three parts for two violins and a bass with a through bass for y organ harpsicord or arch. Lute... and carefully corrected by y best Italian Masters. London Walsh (circa 1710). Eitner, III, pp. 51-54. I volume, 53 pp.; II volume, 72 pp. III volume, 29 pp. MOZART, Wolfand Amadeus. Three quartetto for two violins tenor and violoncello composed et dedicated to Dr. Haydin. London, Printed L. Lavenuc (c. 1710). Eitner, VII, pp. 91-100. I vol. 42 pp. II vol. 37 pp. III vol 29 pp. HAYDN, Franz Joseph. Trois quatuor pour deux violons, Alto et violoncello composed et dediès a Mons. le Comte Antoine D' Appony. London, Sold by Corri, Dussek et Co. Music Sellers to their Majesties... (c. 1710). I vol. 38 pp.; II vo. 38 pp. III vol. 30 pp. HAYDIN, Franz Joseph. Three Quartettos for two violins, viola et Violoncello... dedicated to the Prince of Esterhazy. London, Will. Forster, printed (c. 1710). I vol. 13 pp. II vol. 13 pp. III vol. 9 pp. Eitner, V, pp. 59-72. Pleyel Mr. Joseph. Six quartetts for two violins, tenor e Violoncello composed et dedicated to his Majesty the King of Naples. London, Longman (c.1710) for there Majesties the Prince of Walea and the Royal family (c. 1710). I vol. 12 pp. II vol. 36 pp. III vol. 21 pp. + 9 pp. Douze nou … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2016-11-05 16:11:27
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
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2016-11-05 16:11:27
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
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2016-11-05 16:11:27
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
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2016-11-05 16:11:27
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
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2016-11-05 16:11:27
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2016-11-05 16:11:27
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2016-11-04 23:04:10
Pierre MORTIER (1661 - 1711)
1710. "Esemplare tratto dal terzo volume del ""Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie"" pubblicato per la prima volta ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Baeu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande ""libro delle città"" d'Italia. Il grande successo dell'opera diede origine ad un'ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da Rutgert Christoffel Alberts edita nel 1724/5. In questa edizione compaiono per la prima volta le vedute dei luoghi ""moderni"" di Roma, edite da Mortier ma inserite solo in questa edizione di Alberts. Le vedute, di grande formato sono molto ricche di particolari e particolarmente popolate di figure. Derivano da modelli presenti nell'editoria romana contemporanea. In particolare sono delle semplici derivazioni di opere edite tra la fine del XVII e il primo decennio del '700 da rtisti quali Alessandro Specchi, Tiburzio Vergelli, Matteo Gregorio de Rossi e dal fiammingo Wouters. Incisione in rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Cremonini pp. 83 - 90" Amsterdam Amsterdam 680 460
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-11-04 23:04:10
Pierre MORTIER (1661 - 1711)
1710. "Esemplare tratto dal terzo volume del ""Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie"" pubblicato per la prima volta ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Baeu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande ""libro delle città"" d'Italia. Il grande successo dell'opera diede origine ad un'ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da Rutgert Christoffel Alberts edita nel 1724/5. In questa edizione compaiono per la prima volta le vedute dei luoghi ""moderni"" di Roma, edite da Mortier ma inserite solo in questa edizione di Alberts. Le vedute, di grande formato sono molto ricche di particolari e particolarmente popolate di figure. Derivano da modelli presenti nell'editoria romana contemporanea. In particolare sono delle semplici derivazioni di opere edite tra la fine del XVII e il primo decennio del '700 da rtisti quali Alessandro Specchi, Tiburzio Vergelli, Matteo Gregorio de Rossi e dal fiammingo Wouters. Incisione in rame, in buono stato di conservazione." Roma Rome Cremonini pp. 83 - 90 660 480
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-11-03 11:47:31
L'ISLE (Guillaume de).
Amsterdam, Pierre Schenk, circa 1710. En deux feuilles non jointes pouvant former une carte d'environ 975 x 607 mm.Très belle carte de la Russie en deux feuilles, s'étendant du nord au sud entre la Laponie moscovite et la mer d'Azof, et d'ouest en est entre Kiev en Ukraine et Kazan en Russie. Elle est dédiée à Auguste II, roi de Pologne, et ornée d'un cartouche de titre décoré de ses armoiries. La première édition de cette carte fut publiée par Guillaume de l'Isle en 1706. Très bel exemplaire brillamment aquarellé à l'époque.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Bail [France, Paris]
2016-10-30 15:00:34
BACKER George de:
A Brusselles, chez George de Backer, 1710.Petit in-8 de [320] pages, plein maroquin vert, dos lisse orné de filets, roulettes et fleurons dorés, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, roulettes dorées sur les coupes et intérieures, tranches dorées, gardes de papier rose. Ex-libris L.G.A. Larue. Papier légèrement bruni, toute petite découpe sur la page de titre au niveau de la date. Etiquette "Relié par DEROME, Rue Saint-Jacques, près le Pléssis". Jolie vignette de titre gravée. Le dictionnaire regroupe par ordre alphabétique l'essentiel des proverbes, adages et expressions françaises en usage au XVIIe siècle, par exemple: "Il n'a pas la tête bien cuite" ou "Rage de cul fait passer le mal de dents".
Bookseller: ILLIBRAIRIE | Alexandre Illi | Bombadil SA [Switzerland, Genève]
2016-10-27 12:34:59
Elias BAECK (Augsburg 1679 - 1747)
1710. Rarissima carta georgafica dello Stato dela Chiesa, pubblicata ad Ausburg da Elias Baeck. Incisione in rame, bella coloritura coeva, in perfette condizoni. Augsburg Augsburg 220 160
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-10-22 07:41:15
Tellez (Telles), Balthasar.
1710. 4to. (4), 264, (16) pp. With engraved map of Ethiopia, including part of the Red Sea and the source of the Blue Nile. Modern calf, gold-tooled spine, with red morocco title-label, and the sides blind-tooled in a panel design. Rare first English edition of Tellez's influential historical account of Ethiopia and Arabia. It is a digest of the accounts of all the Jesuit travellers to Ethiopia and Arabia, including Paez, De Montserrat, Almeida, Lobo and Mendes. It includes an account of the travels of the Jesuit missionaries Pédro Paez and Antonio de Montserrate, who were captured off the Kuria Muria islands on a mission from Goa to Ethiopia in 1590 and subsequently taken to Yemen, where they were held captive until 1596. After being sent to San'a by way of Melkis and the Wadi Hadramaut, then after three years taken to Al Mukha (Mocha), where they were forced to serve as galley slaves, they were finally ransomed in 1596 and returned to India. Paez discovered the source of the Blue Nile and is said to have been the first European to have tasted coffee in Al Mukha. - The work further includes a detailed description of Aden (Yemen) as well as of the Ethiopia-Adal War (1529-43), during which Ahmad ibn Ibrahim al-Ghazi led several expeditions against the Ethiopian emperor until most of Ethiopia came under the power of the Muslim Sultanate of Adal. The present English edition is based Almeida's "Historia geral de Ethiopia a alta" (1660), edited by Tellez. - With early owner's inscription ("W. G. Patchell") on title-page. Quires 2D and 2E transposed; a couple of millimetres shave … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-19 21:51:31
ITALIEN. - Norditalien. - Karte
Altkol. Kupferstich von P. Schenk, um 1710, 56 x 94 cm (von zwei Platten gedruckt). Zeigt Norditalien von Savoyen bis zum Golf von Venedig und von Trient bis La Spezia. Mit dem Lauf des Po und den oberitalienischen Seen. - Mit Kopftitel und rechts großer figürlicher Kartusche. - Kleine `Fehlstellen sorgfältig retuschiert, mit schmalem Rändchen. - Sehr seltene Karte, Versand D: 6,00 EUR Europa, Italien, Landkarten
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2016-10-18 10:11:19
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
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2016-10-18 10:11:19
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Small playing card, in fine original outline hand-colour & in very good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
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2016-10-18 10:11:19
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
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2016-10-18 10:11:19
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
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2016-10-18 10:11:19
MORTIER, Pieter.
Amsterdam P. Mortier c, 1710. Playing card, fine original outline hand-colour. Good condition. A wonderful cartographic playing card in fine original colour. By the early 18th century the cartographic range of playing cards was almost completely dominated by one important family of map makers, the Amsterdam map publishing group founded in 1685 by Pieter Mortier (1661-1711). After his death, as his son was underage, the business was continued by his widow Amelia and brother David; his son Cornelis took over control of the business in 1721, and continued it in partnership with Johannes Covens, as Covens & Mortier, on into the 1780s under later members of the families. Extant sets of the cards can be found with a rule-book, bearing the imprint of Covens and Mortier, but it is likely that the cards were first published by Pieter Mortier towards the end of his life. All playing cards are rare: designed for play and being of small format, they were extremely vulnerable to damage from handling, and easy to loose, making the pack incomplete and therefore a candidate for being thrown away, so even individual playing cards of this age are difficult to find on the market and particularly desirable for the collector. Mann Collection, 1125; Mann, Sylvia & Kingsley, David, 'Map Collectors' Circle No. 87: Playing Cards Depicting maps of the British Isles, and of English and Welsh Counties', p. 23, No.11; King, Geoffrey, 'Minature Antique Maps', p.160.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2016-10-17 11:20:35
(Bijbel/Biblia) BIJBEL
Dordrecht, Jacob en Pieter Keur, en te Amsterdam, Pieter Rotterdam 1710. (24) 332, (2) 144, (13) 169, (2) 58 folia. Origineel Leer met ribben en stempels, 8 hoeken en 2 sloten, Folio H. 39 x L. 26 x B. 10,5 cm. (Enkele van de gravures en kaarten zijn plaatselijk ingescheurd. Keurbijbel, bestaande uit het Oude en Nieuwe Testament en de Apocriefen. Geïllustreerd met een gegraveerde titelpagina, de prentenserie van Cornelis Danckerts naar Mattheüs Merian bestaande uit 6 maal 16 gravures op 2 foliobladen en de 6 uitvouwbare Keurkaarten, gegraveerd door Daniël Stoopendaal. Een mooi en volledig origineel exemplaar.) Poortman, W.C. (1986). Bijbel en Prent Deel IIa: Boekzaal van Nederlandse Prentbijbels, p. 66 / Poortman, W.C. (1995). Kaarten in Bijbels, p. 195-203.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2016-10-16 07:00:46
DE MOZZI Marco Antonio.
1710. In Firenze, nella stamperia di S.A.R., per Antonio Maria Albizzini, in via del Garbo, 1710, in-folio, leg. coeva in piena pergamena, dorso a sei nervi con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle, pp. [14], XXVII, [3], 180, [2]. Con 8 tavv. f.t. fra cui l'antiporta raffigurante il martirio dei santi, il ritratto di Cosimo III e la grande veduta più volte ripiegata della chiesa a Valcava, in Mugello, con sullo sfondo il paese di Borgo San Lorenzo. Inoltre testate, finali e vignette n.t. Sul front. emblema calcogr. dell'Accademia della Crusca. Non è stata legata la carta V6 che era bianca, cfr. IT\ICCU\LIAE\005188. Manca l'angolo inferiore esterno di una tavola (margine bianco). Bell'esemplare di questo libro molto raro (ICCU ne censisce solo 5 copie) qui nella prima ed unica edizione. Gamba n. 2038. Moreni, II, p. 103.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2016-10-15 20:25:24
TESSEREAU Abraham
Deux tomes en deux volumes in folio plein cuir fauve raciné à nerfs, pièce de titre chagrin rouge,pièce de tomaison chagrin vert.Caissons,filets,roulette,palmette,dorés. Double filet doré sur les coupes.Tome 1 titre avec figure gravée,VI;787 pages,1pages errata.108 pages de table des matières et des noms.Un feuillet de privilège du Roi.Tome 2:titre,583 pages, 56 pages de table des matières et des noms.1 feuillet de privilège du Roi A Paris chez Pierre Emery 1710.A signaler au tome 1:défauts avec manques restaurés,en décroissant,en marge supérieure,de la page de titre à la page 25.Mouillure pâle ou claire décroissante en marge supérieure.Mors du premier plat restauré.Réparé, quelques raccommodages.Quelques épidermures.Au tome 2:pâle mouillure en marge inférieure,s'atténue en milieu de volume pour pratiquement disparaître puis réapparaît jusqu'à la fin du volume.Un mors renforcé,quelques épidermures et quelques raccommodages.Cependant bel ensemble,très maniable,très lisible.Sur papier fort.Edition la plus complète de cet ouvrage de référence. Abraham TESSEREAU,escuyer,conseiller,secrétaire du Roi, Maison,Couronne de France & de ses finances Protestant né à La Rochelle, rédigea cette histoire et la publia en 1676. Il en donna une seconde édition continuée jusqu'en 1679. Mais en 1683 il s'exila à Londres puis à Rotterdam où il mourut en 1689. En 1705,le chancelier ordonna au syndic des secrétaires du roi, René Le Comte de la continuer jusqu'au temps présent. Cette continuation (1679-1705) forme la matière du second volume, qui parut en premier, en 1706.Le premier volume,paru … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Charbonnel
2016-10-15 14:09:23
Anonymous
Artist: Anonymous; Issued in: Italy; date: c 1710 - Artist: Anonymous; Issued in: Italy; date: c. 1710; - Condition: Right Margin enlarged, foldet; Decorative copper print depits Africa with Madagaskar and the sourrounding islands.Also the Arabia penisula on the left side the Atlantic coast of Brailia.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer KG
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2016-10-14 16:08:55
Adlzreitter, J.
Frankfurt, Gleditsch, 1710. Fol.Ledereinband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und Goldschnitt, Deckel berieben, oberes Kapital eingerissen. De Backer-S. III, 707, 1 (zum eigentl. Verfasser, J. Vervaux) u. II, 264, 4 (Brunner); Ravier 303. - Zweite Ausgabe, die erste von Leibniz besorgte. "Jahrbücher des baierischen Volkes, eine so bedeutende Leistung, daß Leibnitz 1710 eine neue Ausgabe veranstaltete. A. hat sich aber an dem Werke nur dadurch beteiligt, daß er als Archivar das Quellenmaterial lieferte; Verfasser ist der Jesuit Johann Verveaux, dessen Name nach dem Willen der Oberen verschwiegen werden sollte" (ADB I, 88). - Gleichmäßig etwas gebräuntes, schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: A la Recherche [Bonn, Germany]
2016-10-12 06:53:23
HUNTER, Robert (1664-1734).
Bookseller: Main Street Fine Books & Mss, ABAA [Galena, IL, U.S.A.]
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