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2013-06-09 20:05:25
Aveline Pierre
Veduta panoramica e prospettica della città di Napoli, presa dal mare. In primo piano numerose imbarcazioni e vascelli, alcuni, raffigurati durante una battaglia navale. Il punto di presa evidenzia i maggiori edifici della città, che si impongono su quelli minori. In calce, 18 riferimenti su quattro colonne, al centro il titolo: Naples Ville de la Province de Labour, Archiépiscopale, et Capitale du Royaume de Naples mm 322x510
Bookseller: Libreria Papalería Herso
2013-06-08 15:10:45
Mariani Giuseppe
in Mondovì, per Vincenzo, e Gio. Francesco Rossi, 1710. 1710 In-4° antico (238x165mm), pp. (8), 297. Legatura del secolo decimonono in m. pergamena con titolo e filetti in oro su tassello in pelle arancio al dorso. Antiporta xilografica con stemma municipale (antica firma in calce). Fregio xilografico al titolo, capilettera ornati in xilografia. Sparse arrossature, fioriture e aloni. Attribuzione manoscritta dell'opera al Mariani al contropiatto. Manca, come quasi in tutti gli esemplari, l'ultima carta non numerata, contenente uno stemma a piena pag. della città al recto e l'elenco dei magistrati cittadini al verso. Minime mancanze marginali all'ultima c. Buon esemplare in barbe. Prima edizione, assai rara (ne è stata fatta un'anastatica novecentesca in virtù della sua rarità), composta dal gesuita Mariani sotto lo pseudonimo "Teofilo Partenio". La città di Cuneo fece ritirare dalla circolazione l'opera con un ordine del 27 novembre 1711, in quanto il Mariani l'aveva fatta stampare senza preventivo esame e consenso. Manno, V, 19250. Rossi, 514. Manca a Coleti, Farsetti e Lozzi.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-08 08:52:46
Vallisneri Antonio
in Padoa, nella Stamperia del Seminario, 1710. 1710 2 opere con autonomo frontespizio e autonoma paginazione in un vol. in-4° antico (235x169mm), pp. (16), 51; (12), 160; legatura coeva p. pergamena rigida. In fine della prima opera, 10 tavv. calcografiche ripiegate f.t. con raffigurazioni di sezioni del cervello bovino studiato nella memoria. In fine della seconda opera, 4 tavv. ripiegate, egualmente incise su rame, con raffigurazioni elmintologiche. Fregi xilografici ai due frontespizi. Varie dediche a stampa. Ottimo esemplare con qualche minimale fioritura. Ex-libris inciso xilograficamente in tinta rossa di Luigi e Sandra Morandi. Edizione originale di queste due importanti memorie dal grande medico e scienziato reggiano. La prima concerne alcuni presunti fenomeni di pietrificazione del cervello di un bovino mentre l'animale era ancora in vita; la seconda è un importante contributo allo studio della parassitologia del corpo umano. Cat. Vinciana, n. 1769. Nissen, ZBI, 4218. Zachert, IV, 1711. Blake, 468. DSB, XIII, 562. De Renzi, IV, p. 365.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2013-06-06 14:26:38
Galerie Georges Petit 1710 French Text. Paris, 1710; 2 vol., paperback, pp. 1500, cm 26x38,5. francaise paperback
Bookseller: Libro Co. Italia s.r.l.
2013-06-06 10:46:49
UGO di SAINT-CHER (DE CARO SANCTO Hugo)
Venetiis, Apud Nicolaum Pezzana. Superiorum permissu, et privilegio 1710 Buono, con lievi fioriture 1 volume Il testo è una sorta di elenco, in ordine alfabetico, di tutte le parole usate nei Sacri Libri, accompagnate da un breve contesto con l'indicazione dei luoghi dove queste figurano. L'autore è Ugo di Saint-Cher (Latino DE CARO Sancto Hugo; DE [...] Alcune fioriture; nel risguardo interessante nota manoscritta, risalente al 1843; titolo nell'occhietto con timbro di possesso; frontespizio con caratteri rossi e neri, timbro di possesso e marca [...]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2013-06-06 08:20:48
HASSHU GAFU.
Kyoto, Nakagawa Mohee, 1710. 8 volumes. 8vo (282 x 195mm). With 421 full-page woodblock illustrations of which 213 are related to natural history. Contemporary original stitched bindings, with calligraphic titleslips (preserved in a recent blue folding box). The most beautifully illustrated Chinese book of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Eight unrelated volumes have been published by different authors and artists within a period of a few years (1620-1628). The order of the publication of the volumes is subject to controversy. Each volume has a different title. The eight works are known as 'Hasshu Gafu', but this collective title does not appear anywhere in the volumes. The single Chinese edition was published in the early 1620's. The books were imported into Japan and issued, first in 1672. Our copy is the second Japanese edition of 1710. The book is a great rarity. The Chinese edition, absent in all Western collections is unobtainable. Three complete copies of the first Japanese edition have been located. The second Japanese edition has been described by Mitchell, New York City Public Library, p. 289 and Kraft, Berlin Public Library, no. 224. Several libraries preserve one, two, three or four volumes out of eight. The Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale has 3 volumes of the second Japanese edition. According to Japanese specialists, the publication of 'Hasshu Gafu' had a considerable impact on Japanese painters of the 17th and 18th century and is considered as the first great pictorial source on Chinese painting for Japanese artists. The work is composed as follows: 1. Toshi Gogon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-04-26 14:52:03
Bible. German. 1710. Luther.
Ace Books, 1710. Aside from its importance in the religious tradition, Luther's translation of the Bible is probably the most important single text for the formation of Modern German. Like other Luther Bibles, this one contains his prefaces to the books of the Bible, including his theologically significant Preface to the Epistle to the Romans. It is also supplemented by the Augsburg Confession, of which, sadly, the last leaf is absent here. In this printing, a fine engraved title-page shows an angel delivering Luther's translation of the Old Testament to a Church still in bondage to the requirements of the old Law. A similar sectional title-page, depicting God the Father, Jesus Christ, and allegorical figures of the sacraments of Baptism and Communion, comes before the New Testament. Six special pairs of leaves, bound in at various places, each offer a first page containing an engraving of biblical figures and three following pages containing their biographies. A woodcut vignette of the unusual triple arms of the city of Nürnberg appears on the title-page; a number of chapters are adorned, at head, with one-third page woodcut illustrations set in neat borders; and the books typically open with typographically appealing two-column "headers." The text is in a handsome and relatively legible fraktur. The size, decoration, and overall composition of the volume, along with its faults (especially the manner in which which pages are worn), suggest a history as a lectern Bible in a Lutheran Church. Binding: This copy is bound in ornately blind-tooled and -stamped alum-tawed p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2013-04-21 19:28:33
First Edition Recently elegantly rebound in light brown calf leather with six raised bands on the spine and a gilt stamped dark brown leather label in one compartment. Pages 253 through 284 show a very light dampness stain to the upper portions of the leaves. Pages 127 through 139 show what may have been a scorch mark (tobacco?) ranging from 1/4" to 3/4" with none of the underlying print rendered illegible. The first 31 pages are uniformly tanned from age as are the rear most two leaves. Despite being a quarto measuring 12 1/4" by 7 3/4" this is referred to as the folio edition printed exclusively for the House of Peers as evidenced by the imprimature (license and authorization to print) dated March 17, 1709/1710 from the House of Peers. 327 pages of text with the pages 77 through 84 misnumbered and lacking a page number on the verso side of those pages. Professionally bound in a style reminiscent of early 18th century binding. Our code number = TB26139
Bookseller: Town's End Books, ABAA, ILAB
2013-04-20 10:36:01
Behrens, Konrad Barthold:
Frankfurt und Leipzig, Ludolphum Schröder, 1710. Klein-4°. 7 n.n. Bl., 548 S., 29 n.n. Bl. Index. Lederband der Zeit mit erneuertem Rückenschild und Einbandrücken. Mueller (Bibliothek des Kaffees) S. 16. - ADB II, 289. - Blake 548. - Behrens (1660-1736) war Leibarzt des Herzogs zu Braunschweig. Interessante Darstellung zur Ernährung über Nahrungs- und Genussmittel, Gewürze, Getränke und ihren Einfluss auf die Gesundheit. Über den Konsum von Tee, Kaffee, Schokolade, Tabak etc. - Durchschossenes Exemplar, stellenweise mit handschriftlichen Anmerkungen und Ergänzungen. Titel und die ersten fünf Blätter mit Wurmspur, dadurch minimaler Textverlust. Vorsätze erneuert. Rücken fachgerecht ersetzt. - Selten. Sprache: n.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein [Bern, Switzerland]
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2013-03-15 10:26:38
PETAU, DENYS (PETAVIUS DIONYSIUS).
Lugduni Batavorum, Petrum Van der Aa, 1710. In 8vo, doppia antiporta con doppio ritratto dell'Autore incisi a p. p., front. con titoli in rosso / nero, pp. 919 + indici, leg. in pelle marrone con dorso a cinque nervi, titolo e fregi in oro, 5 carte geografiche ripiegate in b/n f. t. illustrano il mondo antico comprendendo l'Europa, il Nord Africa, il Mar Mediterraneo, l'Asia Minore e il Sud della Russia; diverse incisioni con ritratti e medaglioni in b/n n. t. Esemplare completo. La prima edizione ? quella di Parigi del 1633. Normali tracce alla legatura e una leggera e quasi uniforme brunitura delle pagine ma esemplare in discrete condizioni.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2013-03-01 17:49:58
Locke Jean.
In 8vo; cc. 4n.nn., pp.468, 99 con l'Eloge historique de feu Mr. Locke par Mr. Jean Le Clerc. Frontespizio a caratteri neri e rossi. Bazzana coeva, ai piatti stemma baronale. Dorso a cordoni con fregi in oro, tassello. Tagli rossi. Ex libris. Prima edizione delle opere complete di Locke in francese.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2013-02-26 21:34:12
PALMCRON (SPARMAN), Andreas:
Uppsala, 1710. 59 + 1 blank s.Senare (tidigt 1900-tal) linneband. 17 X 10,5 cm. Lätt nött, blank rygg. Enstaka brunfläckar. Exlibris (Gustaf Berndtsson). Mässa -10 öpp
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB
2013-02-14 11:00:15
L.. J. H. Von ; [ PETER I., Emperor of Russia - Peter The Great]
Ben Johann Leonhard Buggeln, 1710. In Siven Theilen 2 volumes in 1. Small 8vo., in a contemporary vellum that has a section missing from the base of the spine. Portrait frontispiece of volume one is missing a section from it's margin, and the folding plate inat 519 in volume two is torn. Some staining, but a very good copy 104b
Bookseller: Stephen Foster (also as Fosters' Booksho
2013-02-12 15:20:00
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Nürnberg., Joh. Endters Seel. Sohn und Erben., 1710. 36 x 25 cms, Engraved titleleaf, + (xxv) leaves with Title and Register, + Engraved leaf with Luther and Family, + (v) leaves with Lebens-Beschreibung. + 2 Leaves w. Lebensbeschreibung berühmter Personen. With engraved plate of Adam/Eva, Noah, Abraham, Moses/Aaron. + Altes Testament , 1-1009 p., with engr. plate of the vier grossen Propheten. + engr. plate vier Kleine Propheten + Engr. plate; Das Neue Testament, pages 1010-1160, ( p. 1161-62 missing), 1163-1181, with. Engr. plate; die 4 Evangelisten + Engr. plate; Apostel und Jünger Christi.+ Register; (iii) pages. + Confessio; 5 leaves, very defective. .Numerous woodengravings in the text . Early 19th century calf, with 2 clasps. Leaves short cut. Title leaves, engraved plates, numerous leaves w. damage at corners, some old repairs at corners and margins, some leaves re-enforced, wormholes, spots, A VERY USED COPY. KEYWORDS: Biblia.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat DE RIJZENDE ZON [Netherlands]
2013-02-06 15:47:10
MOLL, HERMAN:
Handcoloured engraved map. London: I. Bowles, T. Bowles, Robt. Raylor and John King 1710 [but 1740]. 60,5 x 97,5 cm.. A large two sheet map of England and Wales. With alphabetical list of the important towns
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2013-02-06 09:48:02
Herttwig, Christoph
5 Bll., 439 S. Lederband d. Zt. Folio. Humpert 3816; Libri rari 134; Ferchl 232; Hoover 416: "A glossary of mining terms, with bibliographical references." - Wertvolle Fallsammlung mit 200 allgemein anerkannten, von den Berg-Schöppenstühlen und Bergämtern gefällten einschlägigen Urteilen. - Oberes Kapital mit kurzem Einriss. Etwas gebräunt, insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2013-01-22 19:27:44
Brisson, Barnabas:
Straßburg, J. F. Spoor, 1710.. 26 Bll., 800 S., 101 Bll. (Register). HPrgt. d. Zt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2013-01-19 05:58:32
Dionysius Periegetes
Oxford: E theatro Sheldoniano, 1710 First Sheldonian edition. Contemporary calf with covers paneled in blind, rebacked to style, gilt burgundy morocco label. Octavo. Illustrated with four copper-engraved folding maps. Greek and Latin text on facing pages. The commentary by Eustathius is in Greek only. Some light foxing. Copper-engraved bookplate of the Duke of Sussex on front pastedown. A very good copy. Dionysius Periegetes or Dionysius the Voyager is thought to have been from Alexandria and to have flourished around the time of Hadrian (117-138 C.E.). He is known for this work, describing the habitable world in Greek hexameter in an elegant style. This work was popular, and was often used as a school book. The commentary by Eustathius, Archbishop of Thessalonica (fl. Late 12th century) first appeared in the edition by Robert Estienne in 1547.
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I
2013-01-18 14:40:58
Baruffaldi Girolamo.
In 8°, p. perg., cc.nn. 8 + pp. 388. Carta forte. Stampa fresca. Cerniera staccata. Antichi tarletti che ledono poche lettere, principalmente sulle prime/ultime pag. T.A.
Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T.
2013-01-09 20:08:58
(wolff, J.).
Augsburg, J. Wolff, (about 1710). Oblong-8vo (280 x 75mm). 17 engravings on 9 leaves. Recent boards. A rare suite of engravings of birds. The first engraving is the title, a cartouche held by birds and snakes. Jeremias Wolff (1663-1724) was an Augsburg publisher and engraver. The engravings are party reversed copies of Albert Flamen's 'Diversae avium species', Paris, 1659. The engravings show among others: Indianischer Han (Gallus Indicus), Schnee Ganz (Anser Serus), Pfaw (Pavo), Phasan (Phasianus), Reyger (Ardea), and Schwan (Cygnus). Schlenker. Bibliographie der Deutschen vogelkundlichen Literatur von 1480 bis 1850, 391.1.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-01-07 00:39:48
PUFENDORF (Samuel, Freiherr von)
Oxford : printed by L. Lichfield, for A. and J. Churchil, R. Sare, R. Bonwicke, W. Freeman, T. Goodwyn, M. Wotton, J. Walthoe, S. Manship, J. Nicholson, R. Parker, B. Tooke, and R. Smith, 1710.. Second edition, corrected, folio, [24],724,[22]pp., engraved armorial bookplate of Henry Chinn, cont. calf, rubbed, upper cover detached.The second edition carefully corrected, and compared with Mr. Barbeyrac's French translation; with the addition of his notes, and two tables. ESTC T141114.
Bookseller: Forest Books
2013-01-04 21:56:43
Right Reverend Father in God. Symon. Late Lord Bishop of Ely. [Simon Patrick. 1626-1707]
London: Printed for John Meredith in Trust for Royston and Elizabeth Meredith, 1710. First edition thus. Hardcover. Very Good. First two volume edition (previously published in 10 volumes). Original full tan calf leather bindings. Hardbacks. No dustjackets. Large 8vo. [19]/1- 126 pages. 127-536 pages. [15]/ 550-771 pages. [3]/ 775-932. [2]. 935-1024 pages. Portrait frontispiece. Some owners notes and minor foxing except for the first title page in volume two. Slight chipping and cracking to head and foot of spines.
Bookseller: Golden Books Group
2013-01-04 21:43:28
Salmon, William
London: I. Dawks for H. Rhodes and J. Taylor, 1710. [6], xxiv, 1296pp, [44]. Rebound in modern full calf, raised bands, spine in seven panels, morocco title label to second panel, remaining with small central blind device, covers with blind stamped panel design. Externally very good, internally lightly browned throughout, occasionally heavy, light damp stain to head of last hundred or so pages, a few small worm tracks to margins, but generally clean. Binding is a little out of square, so the book leans when sat on a shelf. Lacks the 6pp 'Index Morborum' as usual. Engraved frontispiece by Van Der Gucht, title in red and black. "Salmon, William (1644-1713), medical empiric and author ... Salmon published Botanologia: the English Herbal in 1710-11, a work later recalled as 'the swan song of the great English herbalists'" (ODNB). Henrey 1308, Pritzel 8018 and Wellcome V:13. First Edition. Full Calf. Good+. Illus. by Van Der Gucht. Folio.
Bookseller: Temple Rare Books
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2013-01-04 16:39:38
Moliere
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-01-04 16:39:38
Moliere
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-01-04 16:39:38
Moliere
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-01-04 16:39:38
Moliere
Paris: Jean Geofroy Nyon, 1710. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 5 volumes, apparently all that Nyon published from the 8 Denis Thierry printed in 1709. With 20 engravings as frontis pieces for the plays, plus the general frontis and the portrait of Moliere at the start of volume 1. With a life of Moliere and commentary. Includes Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme, Amphitryon, L'escole des Maris, L'escole des Femmes, Le Misantrope, Tartuffe, others. Full contemporary calf, wear at corners and hinges (some of which are splitting, but the bindings are all firm), some rubbing to spine labels, but an attractive set. Worming to the top edge of the first third of volume 4, occasionally obscuring letters in the running title and the edge of a few illustrations. Attractive engraved bookplate of Bernardine Murphy (likely the Countess) on the endpaper in volume 1. Size: Octavo (8vo). 5-volume set (complete). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Theatre & Plays; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 040626.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2013-01-04 16:39:38
Moliere
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [U.S.A.]
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2013-01-04 16:19:58
[RAPHSON, Joseph]
Title printed in red & black. 4to, cont. calf, panelled in gilt (upper joint a little cracked but strong, one small defect to upper cover), spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. London: G. Taylor, 1710. First edition, presentation copy from the author to Thomas Parker (1667-1732), first earl of Macclesfield and lord chancellor, who formed the magnificent library at Shirburn Castle. Raphson (fl. 1689-1712), mathematician and fellow of the Royal Society, has inscribed the free front endpaper: "Viro vere Venerabili Thoma Parkero Equiti Aurato Summo Anglia in Banco Regina Justiciario &c J Raphson." Raphson knew Newton in Cambridge and wrote The History of Fluxions (1715), which served as an apologia for Newton and an exposition of his methods of calculus. He also translated into English Newton's Arithmetica Universalis. Raphson was, amongst the Newtonians, the most fervent defender of the nature of space as a divine attribute. Leibniz owned a copy of this book and critically reviewed it in the Jan.-Feb. 1712 issue of the Acta Eruditorum. Berkeley fiercely attacked this book; he denied space ever possessed any strong ontological status. Fine and handsome copy from the Macclesfield library with bookplate. Title somewhat browned. .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2012-12-27 18:17:19
Hickes, George
First Curll edition of the account of the trial of Thomas Weir, "one of Scotland's most famous wizards", strangled and burned for witchcraft, incest with his sister (who was hanged) and stepdaughter, bestiality with mares and cows and adultery. Early 1/4 black morocco over decorated boards, a portion of the spine lacking, some browning and foxing, a somewhat fragile but usable copy. Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible [etc.], London, 1710.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2012-12-27 18:17:19
Hickes, George
First Curll edition of the account of the trial of Thomas Weir, "one of Scotland's most famous wizards", strangled and burned for witchcraft, incest with his sister (who was hanged) and stepdaughter, bestiality with mares and cows and adultery. Early 1/4 black morocco over decorated boards, a portion of the spine lacking, some browning and foxing, a somewhat fragile but usable copy. Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible [etc.], London, 1710.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2012-12-27 18:17:19
Hickes, George
First Curll edition of the account of the trial of Thomas Weir, "one of Scotland's most famous wizards", strangled and burned for witchcraft, incest with his sister (who was hanged) and stepdaughter, bestiality with mares and cows and adultery. Early 1/4 black morocco over decorated boards, a portion of the spine lacking, some browning and foxing, a somewhat fragile but usable copy. Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible [etc.], London, 1710.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2012-12-26 17:10:17
PERINGSKIÖLD, Johan
Samtida helskinnband med guldornerad rygg med sex upphöjda bind. Första delen: Ett stycke av försättsbladet är bortklippt. Den graverade frontespisen tillägnad Karl XII har en bortriven namnteckning i överkanten, med någon förlust av bilden. Det första titelbladet har en bortriven namntekning i överkanten med någon textförlust. Anteckningar med blyerts och gammal namnteckning i bläck på försättsbladet. Kartan har en stor reva. Planschen Gamla Uppsala kyrka har anteckningar med bläck. S. 27-30 är fuktfläckade i övre marginalen. Andra delen: 7 av planscherna har smärre revor. Båda delarna har i inlagan och några planscher enstaka fläckar.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB [SE]
2012-12-19 11:04:10
Balbini, Bohuslai - Christian Weise:
Augustae Vindelicor [Augsburg], Paul Kühze, 1710. 14 n.n. + 350 + 183 + 3 S. Brauner goldgeprägter Ganzld.-Ebd. mit Supra-Exlibro von Leopold Anton Eleutherius Freiherr v. Firmian (1727-1744) dat. 1727. In latein. Sprache. Mit zahlreichen Vignetten. Goldschn. - Teilweise Goldabblätterung, St. a.T., Papier tlw. gebräunt. - Salzburger Einbände. Sprache: lateinisch.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek [Salzburg, Austria]
2012-11-28 03:30:02
(Petersen, Johann Wilhelm)
3 in 1 Band. Mit gest.. Frontisp. und Textkupfer. 18 Bll., 32, 288 (recte 292), 118 (recte 116), 147, 34 S., 4 Bll.; 21 Bll., 71 S., 1 Bl., 42, 142, 130, 91, 102, 64 S.; 5 Bll., 556, 142 S., 4 Bll., 71 S. Prgt. d. Zt. Folio. 33 x 22 cm. Erste Ausgabe (Bd. I datiert 1701). Georgi IV, 312; Vgl. Holzmann-B. 5681 (Ausg. 1703-10); Rosenthal 2783 (nur Bde. I und II). Ackermann III, 327: "Außerordentlich selten, besonders mit dem 3. Band." FdF 1426 (jeweils die Ausg. 1700-10): "Petersen combined in this work everything that he found written in orginal works, polemics of opponents, defensive works, and other tracts dealing with the problem of chiliasm to which he was passionately devoted." - Hauptwerk des Osnabrücker Pietisten und Anhängers Spener. - Einband etwas altersfleckig, insgesamt sehr gutes und komplettes Exemplar des monumentalen Werkes!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2012-07-01 10:57:20
CROTUS RUBIANUS (J.) - HUTTEN (Ulrich von) - GRATIUS (Otwin)].
Londini [Londres], Impensis Hen. Clements, 1710. Trois parties reliées en un volume in-12 (95 X 160) vélin rigide ivoire à coutures apparentes, titre et date calligraphiés à l'encre noire au dos, tranches mouchetées en rouge (reliure de l'époque) ; (4) ff. de titre et dédicace, 362 pages, (1) f. Infime travail de ver en fond de cahier des six derniers feuillets, sans atteinte au texte. BONNE EDITION de ce recueil de lettres parodiques attribuées à la collaboration d'Ulrich de HUTTEN et de J. Crotus RUBIANUS. « Cette édition, donnée par Mich. Maittaire, est bien imprimée, et c'est celle que qu'on recherche le plus en France » (BRUNET, II, 1024). Exemplaire en BEL ETAT, d'une grande fraicheur. FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ERIC CASTERAN [TOULOUSE, MP, France]
2012-06-28 13:39:14
AVELINE.
Parigi, 1710 - Incisione in rame, colorata d'epoca, 342x515. Bella e rara veduta generale. Buon esemplare con margine destro parzialmente rifatto e punta dell'angolo inf. con piccolissima perdita di parte incisa (3-4 mm.) professionalmente reintegrata. Margine sin con angolo rifatto senza intaccare la parte incisa. Qualche altro rinforzo e strappetto restaurato solo nei margini. La parte incisa integra e in buone condizioni. Qualche pieghetta. In basso sotto al titolo la nota editoriale "A Paris chez Jean, rue Jean de Beauvais n. 32". vedutistica.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini
2012-06-28 13:26:48
Moliere
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [U.S.A.]
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2012-06-28 11:59:00
Das Neue Testament. Oder: Der Neue Bund welchen Gott durch Jesum Christum mit uns Menschen gemachet/und durch dessen Apostel und Lehr-Jünger erstlich in griechischer Sprache schriftlich aufzeichnen lassen. Jetzo nach den gebräuchlichen 4 hochdeutschen Übersetzungen nebst der holländischen / da immer die eine die andere erklähret / dem christlich-deutschen Leser zu Dienst zum Druck befordert. Wobey noch mit angehänget sind einige zur Erläuterung des Neuen Testaments dienliche apocryphische Bücher. Beigebunden: Novi Testamenti Apocrypha; oder: Etlicher Lehr-Jünger des Herrn und apostolischen Männer Send-Briefe die vor Alters bey der ersten Kirchen in vielen Gemeinden mit Nutzen gelesen und denen canonischen Schrifften mit angehänget worden. Nun zum gemeinen Nutz genauer nach dem Grunde übergesehen in Capitel und Verse abgetheilet und diesem Neuen Testament mit Beygefüget. Prüfet alles / und was gut ist behaltet. Auffgelegt durch Herman Heinrich Holle Buchdrucker in Wandesbeck bey Hamburg Anno 1710. Herrn Matthaei Hillers S.S.Theol. wie auch der Hebrae- und andern orientalischen Sprachen Prof. Publ. auff der Universit. Tübingen / Neulichst mit sonderem Fleiß revidirt- und viel vermehrtes Erklärungs-Register aller Nahmen in der Heil. Bibel / Worinn dieselben nach der Aehnlichkeit ihrer Sprache verdeutscht und zugleich die Persohnen / Länder / Städte / Berge und Ströhme / wie auch die Müntzen / Maas und Gewichte / zur Genüge beschrieben werden. Samt einer gantz neu accuraten Tabelle des Landes Palestinae, nebst des ermeldten Authoris dazu nöthigen Erklärung und Genealogien der Söhne Noä. Wie auch einem aus dem Englischen ins deutsche treulich übersetzten Zeit-Register aller vornehmsten Geschichten der H. Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments. In Verlegung Adam Hübeners in Hamburg. Gedruckt durch Herman Heinrich Holle, Hoch.Fürstl.Hollstein Gottorff. privilegirten Buchdrucker Anno 1712.
Heinrich Holle, Wandesbeck bey Hamburg, 1710.. 9 Bl., 859, 48 S., 2 Bl., 198 S., 2 B. 1 Titelkupfer. 23 x 19 cm, geprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit 4 Bünden und 2 Schließen sowie umlazfendem roten Sprengschnitt.. Einband berieben und fleckig. Rücken im unteren Bereich geöffnet (von Restaurator angkleistert und abgebunden). Ein Schließblech erneuert. Gelegentlich etwas fleckig. Auf den ersten und letzten Seiten rostfleckig von den Schließennägeln.Handschriftlicher Besitzereintrag auf Vorsatz "Eusebius Lebrecht Bremer 1710". Synopse folgender Übersetzungen: 1. Catholische Übersetzung von Caspar Ulenberg von 1630, 1666 und später überarbeitet. 2. Lutherische Übersetzung 3.Reformirte Übersetzung von Johannes Piscator aus Straßburg die 1602 und 1603 in Herborn veröffentlicht wurde. 4. Neue Übersetzung von Joh. Henrich Reitz aus Bremen, die 1703 erstmals in Offenbach gedruckt wurde. 5. Holländische Übersetzung welche auf Gutachten des Dordrechtischen Synodi Anno 1618 und 1619 und auf Befehl der HHrn General Staten, durch 6 Sprach-kundige Theologos, Reformirter Parthey / ausgefertiget / und Anno 1636 zu Leyden zum ersten mal durch den Druck herausgekommen ist / wie selbige durch gantz Holland noch im Gebrauch ist. Extrem seltene Synopse von Übersetzungen des Neuen Testaments. Es ist im KVK nur ein Exemplar in der Staatsbibliothek Berlin nachweisbar.
Bookseller: Göppinger Antiquariat
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2012-06-27 17:06:06
HERMANN, Paul.
(1710). HERMANN, Paul. CYNOSURA MATERIAE MEDICAE seu Brevis et Succincta Methodus Notitiam Simplicium Medicamentorum Comparandi... etc. etc. [Guide to medicinal substances, organized by categories, and to their uses] Edited by Johann Sigismund Henninger. Strasburg: Widow of Johann Friedrich Spoor, 1710. First Edition. Quarto. Roan-backed marbled boards, very rubbed. Front flyleaf missing. A revision of the Pharmacopoea matritensis. Internally spotted and toned, with light waterstain pp. 331-end. Early ownership signatures and marginalia. (Wellcome III, 253).
Bookseller: Boston Book Company [Boston, MA, UNITED STATES]
2012-06-26 19:32:36
Ned "Edward" Ward
H. Meere, for T. Norris. Good / No Jacket. Hardcover. VeryGood. Item #001386 London: H. Meere for T. Norris, 1710. First Edition. Two Volumes. Rebacked with original stamped leather retained over boards and new leather to spine with black title cards and raised bands. Covers bumped and worn at corners with some chips to leather along edges and a good bit of toning, scuffing, and smudging. Hinges reinforced. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown of each volume, with his name at top of front free endpaper in the first. Tape reinforcement to front free endpaper along fore-edge with top 1/4-1/2" repaired. Bottom inch of title page missing in second volume, with a different prior owner's name at top. A few pages chipped at bottom corner with no noticed loss to text. Pages toned with some general light foxing and a few stray marks. Bindings are sound. Not ex-library.Collection of 54 satirical dialogues concerning marriage, "Drawn from the lives of our own Princes, Nobility, and other Quality" as well as "Fops, Coquets, Bullies, Jilts, fond Fools, and Wantons; old Fumblers, barren Ladies, Millers, parsimonious Wives, Ninnies, Sluts and Termagants, drunken Husbands, toaping Gossips, schismatical Precisians, and devout Hypocrites of all sorts." Ward was best known for The London Spy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Capitol Hill Books [Washington, DC, U.S.A.]
2012-06-24 17:13:12
GALILEO
Florence [ie. Naples]: np, 1710. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to. [17 x 23.5 cm], (6) ff., 458 pp., (15) ff., (1) f. title, 83 (ie 81) pp., including title in red and black with large engraved emblematic vignette. With numerous geometrical illustrations in text. Bound in contemporary [?] stiff vellum with "Galilei Opere Tom. IV" gilt on spine, edges of leaves sprinkled. Three small wormholes and and a few small spots to spine, small dampstain to front cover, hinges a bit weak. Title faintly toned with marginal waterstain to foot, and small cancel replacing early ownership inscription, not affecting text; some very light scattered foxing throughout. A large, clean copy. Excellent Second Italian edition of one of the great landmarks in the history of astronomy and an essential component of any Galileo collection: Galileo's validation of the Copernican heliocentric system for which he was tried before the Inquisition, condemned as a heretic and forced to abjure the theories expressed in this work. The work was omitted from the standard collected edition of the Opera (1656/55) and no Italian language edition was available after the first of 1632. (The work was officially suppressed after Galileo's condemnation in 1633 and first appeared on the Index of prohibited books in 1664.)Presented as an ostensibly objective discussion between advocates of the Ptolemaic-Aristotelian and the Copernican systems trying to win the support of an educated layman, Galileo's Dialogo "displays all the great discoveries in the heavens which the ancients had ignored; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc.
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2012-06-23 00:03:27
Leland John
Oxford: Printed At the Theater for the Publisher, 1710/12. Oxford: Printed At the Theater for the Publisher. Good with no dust jacket. 1710/12. 1st Edition + one volume later; 1st Printing + one volume later. Hardcover. 8/9 volumes only. LACKS volume 4. Volumes 1,2,3 5, 6,7, 8 & 9 are FIRST EDITIONS 1710/1711. However Volume 8 has been 'doctored' to look like an earlier Edition but on reserach /internal evidence it is c. 1769. All bound in a Uniform full speckled calf with plain and decorative panels to the front and rear boards - all rubbed, scraped and worn, with some leather loss here and there. Some spines splitting and a couple of front boards detaching/detached. All titling gone or illegible, but gilt numbering on vols 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9 still visible on the spines. All volumes have a printed heraldic bookplate with the name ' Maddock' but under each in old ink is written nee Emily M. Pritchard. (Emily M. Pritchard was a writer of local Cardiganshire/Welsh history in the 1900s). Volume 1 = 1710. 'To Which is Prefix'd Mr Leland's New Year's Gift: and At the End is Subjoyn'd a Discourse Concerning Some Antiquities Lately Found in York-Shire'. 2 blanks before Title. (xxiv) + (2) + 119 pp (including Index). Some minor old worm to the top inner blank corner for the first half of the book but petering out to one tiny dot after c.20 pp. One illustration in the text. Volume 2 = 1711. To which is prefix'd Mr Leland's Naeniae upon the death of Sir Thomas Wyatt: And at the end are annex'd (1.) An Account of several Antiquities in and about the University of Oxf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sue Lloyd-Davies Books [CARMARTHEN, United Kingdom]
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2012-06-21 13:02:35
[DUBREUIL, Jean] / REMBOLD, Johann Christoph, tr
Bookseller: Martayan Lan, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2012-06-20 14:58:48
Homann, J. B.
Homann, J. B., 1710. "Ducatus Würtenbergici". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. nach J. Mayer bei J. B. Homann, um 1710. Mit 2 fig. und herald. Kart. mit kl. Ansichten von Stuttgart und Tübingen, Nebenkte. (südl. Schwarzwald, ca. 9:30,5 cm); seitl. Leisten mit je 38 Stadtwappen. Von 2 Platten gedruckt; 57,5:95 cm, nicht zussamengesetzt.. Dekorative Karte von Württemberg mit dem Gebiet im Westen vom Rhein bei Breisach bis Schwetzingen, im Norden von Mosbach bis Hohenlohe, im Osten bis Dinkelsbühl, Nördlingen und Burgau und im Süden bildet der Lauf der oberen Donau die Grenze.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek
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2012-06-19 21:44:05
[Tyssot de Patot, Simon]
A Bordeaux, chez Jaques L?'Aveugle ?'1710?' (but later). 12mo., pp. [viii] 508. Engraved frontispiece, title-page with engraved vignette. Light age-yellowing, bound in contemporary calf, pitted, smartly rebacked. All edges red. Contemporary marbled pastedowns and endpapers. Owner?'s inscription of Edward Scudamore MD, St. George?'s Place, Canty (probably Canterbury, as an Edward Scudamore was a donor to the Cathedral library there). Scudamore?'s note: ?"The Fable of the Bees p. 468?" (he writes this also, in French, on the title-page). Later owner?'s note of G.S. Morley. Occasional modern pencil notes. Early edition of the imaginary voyages and adventures of the pseudonymous Jacques Massé. These are described by Graesse as ?"atheistic?", and the protagonist displays much religious scepticism. He is philosophically inclined, a great admirer of Descartes and Galileo, and his frontispiece portrait is claimed to be from the library of ?'Mylord Bulinbroke?', the politician and deist philosopher Henry St.-John, first viscount Bolingbroke (1678-1751). Simon Tyssot de Patot (1655-1738) was a teacher of mathematics in Deventer. Graesse IV 438.
Bookseller: Unsworth's Antiquarian Booksellers
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