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2011-08-15 11:24:27
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.]
2011-08-14 17:50:57
Toggenburg. -
St. Gallen, Müller, 1710. Kl.4°. 2 Bl., 19 S., 3 Bl., 353 S., 7 Bl., 156 S. HPgmt.d.Zt. Erste Ausgabe. Etwas berieben. Papier teils etwas gebräunt. Haller 5/1786: "Eine wichtige und zur Kenntnis des Toggeburger-Handels unentbehrliche Schrift". [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Fatzer ILAB [Zug, Switzerland]
2011-08-13 20:02:38
CHRISTIAN V's DANSKE LOV -
. Regis, Friderici IV, Permissu clementissimo, Qvam poterat purissime & curatissime e Danico in Latinum convertebat. Kbhvn. 1710. (16)+548+(34) p. + Kobberstukket frontisp. visende Frederik IV, som dommer. Samt. helperg. With engr. frontisp. showing King Frederik IV as a judge. Contp. vellum. * Den sjaeldne latinske udgave af Christian V's Danske Lov, udgivet med henblik pa at udbrede kendskabet til den epokegörende lovbog i udlandet. This statute book served Denmark through the 18th and 19th century and was also applied to the Danish settlers of the Virgin Islands. Bibl. Dan, I,640..
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2011-07-18 09:38:44
. Kupferstich v. Nicolas Sanson d'Abbeville b. Pierre Mortier in Amsterdam, n. 1710, 42,5 x 56,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Vgl. Pastoureau, Jaillot 1C, 79. - Detaillierte Karte des Herzogtums Berg, Landgericht Homberg und der Herrschaft Hardenberg mit dem Gebiet Duisburg, Königswinter, Sieglauf und Ruhrlauf. - Mittig Bergisch Gladbach und Bensberg. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Unten links Meilenzeigerkartusche.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2011-07-06 11:39:43
DE FER NICOLAS.
Parigi, 1710. Incisione in rame eseguita da Starckman, colorata d'epoca ai confini, 508x580. Non comune carta dell'Adriatico redatta sull' esempio di quella di Coronelli di pochi decenni prima; essa risulta pi? essenziale nei decorativi cartigli, pur risultando assai piacevole. De Fer pubblicÚ oltre 600 carte geografiche ed fu insignito della carica di geografo del re. Ben conservata nel complesso pur presentando parecchi strappi restaurati al margine sup. ed integrazioni ai due ang. sup. con perdita di parte della parte incisa (scala delle miglia). Cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2011-06-17 15:08:46
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A rare work devoted almost entirely to action on the case, as it began "to produce the modern categories under which our substantive law is grouped", contrasting tort and contract, with much on slander, assumpsit and "doing, not doing, or misdoing". Contemporary blind-ruled calf, rubbed, the label largely lacking, a bit of browning and staining, yet generally well preserved; six copies in ESTC. Printed by John Nutt . . . for John Hartley [etc.], London, 1710.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2011-06-08 12:13:39
[Tyssot de Patot, Simon.]
A Bourdeaux [i.e., The Hague?]: Chez Jacques l'Aveugle,. 1710. eighteenth-century full calf, front, spine panel and edges tooled in gold, red-speckled edges.. Armorial bookplate of Sir Robert Eden, Bart. affixed to front paste-. down. Shallow chip from crown of spine panel, calf a bit rubbed at. edges, new leather title piece, internally an exceptionally clean,. crisp copy. Rare. (#90749). First edition. The correct first edition (Rosenberg's edition A) with the armillary sphere device on the title page with its base pointing to the left, footnote present on page 77 referring to a plate not present in any surviving copy (the footnote was omitted from other editions when the plate was not produced), and the change to smaller type on page 508. Although the title page is dated 1710, Rosenberg concludes that the book was not published prior to November 1714 and not later than 1717. A landmark in the development of the French voyage novel. "Wrecked on the coast of Australia, James Massey and other survivors explore the interior and discover a fertile, happy valley, free of wars." - Lewis, Utopian Literature, p. 192. "With the single exception of Fénelon's TÉLÉMAQUE, the VOYAGES ET AVANTURES DE JAQUES MASSÉ is as well written as any novel of Extraordinary Voyage in French before 1720 ... Tyssot de Patot is a very gifted writer. He shows both an extensive knowledge of books relating to foreign countries and an acquaintance with all the sciences ... The realistic presentation of the story, in particular the detailed account of the adventurer's camp in the Austral co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L. W. Currey, Inc.
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2011-05-16 16:52:25
MORTIER PIERRE.
Amsterdam, 1710. Incisione in rame, di mm 510x600, colorata díepoca ai confini. Mortier, editore attivo ad Amsterdam ad inizio XVIII secolo, ristampÚ ìlíAtlas maiorî di de Wit, pubblicato originariamente nel 1670. Bellí esemplare.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2011-03-31 03:58:03
BORELLI, GIOVANNI ALFONSO.
Lugduni Batavorum (Leiden), Petrum vander Aa, 1710. Small 4to. Nice later hcalf in old style. Title in red/black with with engraved vignette, engraved dedication leaf. (12),256,(15);Titlepage in red/black with engraved titlevign. (4),314,(11) pp. and 18 folded engraved plates + Bernouilli meditationes...8 pp. and 1 folded plate (this plate supplied in a good facsimile). Corners of the first 7 leaves and the last 10 leaves a little frayed, in general clean and fine. ¶ Scarce second enlarged Latin edition in which appeared for the first time Bernouilli's treatise on the mathematics of movements. Borelli's work was originally issued in the year of his death (1680), and represents the application of mechanics to the motion of the limbs of animals based largly on Galileo's mechanics. He furthermore originated the neurogenic theory of the heart's action and he was the first to suggest that the circulation resembled a simple hydraulic system. He was the first to insist that the heart beat was a simple muscular contraction. - Dibner Heralds of Science 190. Garrison & Morton 762.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2011-03-05 23:47:27
Mayer, M.J. und Johann Baptist Homann.
1710 2 altkolorierte Orig.-Kupferstiche von M.J. Mayer bei J.B. Homann, je ca. 58 x 48 cm. Gesamtkarte in 2 Teilen mit 38 Wappendarstellungen und einer Nebenkarte. Sehr gut erhalten. Versand D: 4,90 EUR
Bookseller: Biblio Industries Alain Haezeleer [Stuttgart, Germany]
2011-03-05 20:48:48
Petavii, D. (Denis Petau)
Leiden: Petrum Van Der Aa. 1710. Hardcover. Very Good. 919 pp., index. Contemporary calf with newer spine; with bookplate of Hieronymi a Munchausen on the inside of the front board. Folding maps throughout. Very Good. By Denis Petau, 1583-1652. Red text blocks. Lightly foxed; bright and unmarked text. Published 1710. Digital images available upon request.
Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB
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2011-03-04 10:52:00
Ertel, Antonio Guilielmo:
Nürnberg/In Verlegung Peter Paul Bleuls 1710. Fronstip., 4 Bl., 626 Seiten, 3 Bl.Register; 8° , Schweinsleder-Einband mit Blindprägung Einband berieben und bestossen, eine Schliesse fehlt, etwas stockfleckig, durchgehender Wasserrand, Insgesamt in einem guten Zustand. ------------------------------------------------------------------ beigebunden: 1) [Ertl, Anton Wilhelm]: Consilium, in was vor Sachen ein freyer Reichs-Edelmann vor den jenigen Reichs-Chur-Fürsten, Prälaten und Prälatinnen oder anderen Ständen ... als Lehen-Herrn ... und vor deren Lehen-Höfen und Mann-Gerichten ... zu Rechte zu stehen oder Recht zu geben und zu nehmen, auch resp. Folge zu leisten und zu gehorsamen schuldig seye , 1710, Nürnberg/In Verlegung Peter Paul Bleul; 124 Seiten. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2) Des Heiligen Römischen Reichs ohnmittelbahrer Freyer Ritterschaft der Sechs Ort in Francken / Erneuerte/vermehrte und Confirmirte Ordnungen / samt deroselben von denen römischen Kaysern und Königen ... erlangten, renovirten und confirmirten Privilegien und Befreyungsbrieffen auch kayserlichen rescripten; Nürnberg, Peter Paul Bleul, 1710, Fronstip., 3 Bl., 230 Seiten; Franken ; Reichsritterschaft ; Rechtsordnung ; Quelle Franken, Reichsritterschaft, Privileg, Satzung, Ritterschaft, Verordnungen, Elsaß, Schwaben
Bookseller: Antiquariat Deinbacher [Murstetten, Austria]
2011-03-01 09:49:53
KATE, LAMBERT TEN.
Amsterdam, Jan Rieuwertsz, 1710. 4to. 84 p. half-basaan. Met vignet en drukkersmerk. (enkele bibl.stempels op schutblad, een heel goed exemplaar) Eerste (anoniem) verschenen werk van de grondlegger van de Nederlandse taalkunde. Hoofdstuk I & III vormen de eerste Gotische grammatica, ooit gepubliceerd. Contains the first gothic grammar ever published.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2011-02-01 21:50:20
FER, Nicolas de. Engraved by Coquart, A.
Atlas Curieux ou le Monde., c.1710. Lisbon. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition. Size: 330 x 240 mm. (13 x 9½ inches). The lower half of this attractive engraving shows a map of the fortifications of Lisbon. The upper half has two views- To the left, the 'Palais Royal de Lisbonne', and to the right, 'Le Chateau de Belem'.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-02-01 07:50:20
VALK GERARD & LEONARD.
1710. Incisione in rame, 582x494. Gerard Valk, oltre alla collaborazione con Pieter Schenk, pubblicò insieme al figlio Leonard numerose carte fino al 1720 ca. Ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2011-01-27 01:50:54
Sammelband mit 2 Kupferstichfolgen
Nürnberg, Chr. Weigel (2. Titel ohne Ort und Drucker: wohl Augsburg), (um 1710). Titel, 101 Bll.(Tafeln),Titel, 25 Bll.(Tafeln). 100 u. 25 gest. Tafeln sowie 1 weitere Kupferstichtafel Kl.4°. HPergament d. Zeit. Einband gering berieben und etwas beschabt; Papier (nicht die Kupfer) gebräunt; Titel von 1 etwas fleckig und angerändert; alle Kupfer bis knapp an den Bild- bzw. Textrand beschnitten und im 17. Jahrhundert jeweils auf ein Blatt Papier montiert; zwischen Bl. 99 u. 100 des 1. Titels ist ein nicht zur Folge gehörendes Kupfer eingebunden. Der erste Titel zeigt biblische Szenen mit jeweils einem lateinischen Bibelspruch und der deutschen Übersetzung unter dem Kupfer; der 2. Titel zeigt Portraits biblischer Gestalten vor allegorischem Hintergrund (meist Szenen mit Engeln). Bildgröße inkls. Text ca. 11,4 x 6 cm (bei beiden Titeln). Zum Titel von Paul Decker (d.Ä) vgl. NUC, Vol. 136, 281 (Exemplar mit nur 93 Kupfern), ansonsten konnten wir den Titel nirgendwo nachweisen; zum Künstler vgl. Thieme-Becker 8, 524 f.; zum Titel von Johann Andreas Pfeffel (d.Ä) vgl. BSB, AK, 12, 402 (? -dort nur ungenaue Angaben), ansonsten konnten wir den Titel nirgendwo nachweisen; zum Künstler vgl. Thieme-Becker 26, 525. LA
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2011-01-22 05:50:02
SANSON [Nicolas] French military map of southern Germany for the War of the Spanish Succession
Amsterdam, Jean Covens & Corn. Mortier, c1710. Engraved handcoloured folding map measuring 97.5 x 118mm, divided into 72 oblong segments mounted on contemporary cloth; allegorical title cartouches with imperial arms in top left and right panels. Preserved in original slipbox covered in blind-tooled sheep with manuscript label; traces of worming, worn. Fine military map after Sanson for use in the French campaign in the Rhineland, Palatinate and other parts of southern Germany during the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714). The provinces affected by the war are coloured in shades of pink, green and yellow. Cities and fortified places are marked in red. Well preserved with original cloth hangers intact. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2010-10-29 19:59:29
D'AVILER, A.C.
Paris: Mariette, 1710. hardcover. near fine. Extra-engraved title and 140 superb detailed copperplates, some folding, 355pp., thick 4to, handsome contemporary mottled calf, gilt-decorated spine, raised bands, leather spine label; (outer hinge and corners a bit bumped). Paris: J. Mariette, 1710Near Fine copy of the revised and enlarged edition, text and plates clean and bright.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [United States]
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2010-10-29 04:08:58
Harris, John
London: Dan Brown, Tim. Goodwin, John Walthoe [etc.], 1710. Harris, John (1666?-1719). Lexicon technicum: Or, an universal English dictionary of arts and sciences: Explaining not only the terms of art, but the arts themselves. 2 vols., folio. Unpaginated; collation available on request. Engraved portrait frontispiece by G. White after R. White in Vol. I, 14 engraved plates, text woodcuts. London: Dan Brown, Tim. Goodwin, John Walthoe [etc.], 1704-1710. 320 x 205 mm. Paneled calf ca. 1704-10, rebacked, endpapers renewed. A few plates toned, but a fine copy. Armorial bookplate of John Manley, Esq. in Vol. II. First Edition of the first English dictionary of arts and sciences, and the earliest modern encyclopedia of science. Harris was the first to make the distinction between "word-books" (dictionaries) and "subject-books (encyclopedias), and his Lexicon Technicum is the first English encyclopedia to be arranged in alphabetical order, as opposed to systematic order in the tradition of the medieval encyclopedist, Isidore of Seville. A clergyman educated at Oxford, Harris took an early interest in science, and was elected to the Royal Society in 1696. As a result, he had access to many of the greatest scientific minds in England, and the Lexicon technicum may be the first example of an encyclopedist relying directly on the consultation and help of experts or specialists, such as John Ray and Isaac Newton. In particular Harris relied heavily on the writings of Isaac Newton as a source, quoting lengthy excerpts from them under such headings as "Attraction," "Colour," "Fluxions, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [US]
2010-10-24 08:30:07
STEELE, Richard
1710. (STEELE, Richard. THE TATLER). THE LUCUBRATIONS OF ISAAC BICKERSTAFF ESQ. London, Charles Lillie and John Morphew, 1710-11. Four volumes. First collected edition. Contains all 271 issues of Richard Steele's witty periodical, with essays and commentary on the life of the day, published from April, 1709 to January, 1711. Among the contributors were Joseph Addison and Jonathan Swift. Steele borrowed the pseudonym "Isaac Bickerstaff" from a literary joke played by Swift. The binder inserted the final issue, in which Steele reveals his true identity, at the beginning of volume IV, rather than at the end. Contemporary blind-panelled calf boards, handsomely rebacked with six gilt panels and raised bands to spine. Some light foxing to volumes I and II, otherwise internally fine; light wear to extremities, and tiny chip to spine head of volume III. First edition of a milestone in the history of the British essay, in a lovely binding. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2010-10-23 07:47:01
DE WIT FREDERIC.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2010-09-18 19:04:58
Uhse, Erdmann, 1677-1730.
Leipzig, 1710. Quarto, bey Thomas Fritschen. [4], 607, [31] p.; 22 cm. Register (index), unpaged, at end, with final blank leaf. Paper darkened but [title continues] Zeit, theils die Kirchen Geschichte selbst, so wohl in, als ausser Europa durch die gantze Welt in richtiger Eintheilung / mit unpartheyischer Feder, kurtz doch zulanglich beschrieben werden von M. Erdmann Uhsen. G ex-lib. lt.chipped quarter vellum. Title lettered in white ink [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Alec R. Allenson, Inc. [Westville, FL, U.S.A.]
2010-08-22 08:37:06
Douglas, Gawin (trans ); Virgil; Ruddiman, Thomas (glossary)
Edinburgh: Mr. Andrew Symson and Mr. Robert Freebairn, 1710. Second Edition. Full Calf. Good Condition. ...Explaining the Difficult Words: Which may serve for a Dictionary to the Old Scottish Language. And to the whole is prefix'd an exact account of the author's life and writings, from the best Histories and Records. The glossary was edited by Thomas Ruddiman and formed the basis for Jameson's Scottish Dictionary. Contemporary paneled calf rebacked in beige leather with 5 raised bands and title. Functional, but not the most attractive rebacking . Armorial bookplate of the Delamere House Library, Cheshire., corners lightly bumped, endpapers toned with a few small tears, a few surface scrapes. Modest age toning, foxing and offsetting throughout, heavier in a few spots, a few pencil marks in margins some wear to margins in a couple spots. Previous owner's name to endpaper with a few pencil notes. With the list of subscribers. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Poetry; Classics (Latin & Greek); Antiquarian & Rare; Inventory No: 035920.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
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2010-08-13 15:27:06
Nicholls, William
London: R. Bonwicke, W. Freeman, T. Goodwin, et al, 1710. First edition. Folio. 10 by 15 inches. Complex collation on verso of e2. [8],xx,[590],71,[5]pp. Contemporary full leather. Spine in 7 compartments with raised bands. Boards decorated in a 'Cambridge' style design. Engraved frontispiece of the author. Ownership note by Henry Jervis dated 1729. Old Seminary bookplate on the front pastedown. Calendar printed in red and black. Published by subscription, and with a list of subscribers at the verso of d1 through the verso of e2. Hinges and edges with neat repairs; wear to the corners and spine tips; else a very good copy. And with occasional 18th marginalia relating to liturgical feasts and family matters of previous owner. ESTC T87379. Very good.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2010-07-19 05:00:53
DE WIT FREDERIC
Amsterdam, 1710. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, mm 470x560. Due bei cartigli figurati negli angoli di destra. Tratta da "Atlas sive Descriptio Terrarum Orbis". De Wit fu uno dei pi? noti cartografi della seconda met? del '600; acquistÚ molte lastre da Blaeu e Jansonius, producendo molti atlanti. Esemplare ottimo, con minimo rinforzo alle estremit? della piega centrale e piccolo alone in alto. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2010-07-04 04:47:12
Hoadly, Benjamin.
A. Baldwin, 1710. First edition: Treatise in favor of preserving a high level of public credit, segueing from that topic to the tangled web of contemporary politics, religion, and finance. The piece is attributed to Hoadly, Bishop of Winchester.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2010-06-01 15:16:21
- Kupferstich von J.C. Hafner, Augsburg ca. 1710, altkoloriert. Ca. 27 x 18 cm (H, nur Darstellung). Am rechten Rand bis in die Einfassungslinie beschnitten. Am unteren Rand hinterlegter Einriss bis in den Plattenrand. Porträt des Kurfürsten zu Pferde. Prachtvolles Altkolorit, teilweise goldgehöht. Unterhalb der Darstellung links unten mit kaiserlichem Privileg, rechts "Ioh. Christoph Hafner Sc. excud. Aug. Vind." Folgt man der Datierung, die aus einer Auktionseinlieferung übernommen wurde, so kommen als Dargestellte Johann Hugo von Orsbeck (1676-1711) oder Charles Joseph Ignace von Lorraine (1711-1715) in Frage.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
2010-05-02 20:14:48
"DAVIES, JAMES"
London: "printed for T. Hurt, and sold by Thomas Guy, at the Oxford-Arms, in Lombard street", 1710. London: "printed for T. Hurt, and sold by Thomas Guy, at the Oxford-Arms, in Lombard street". 1710. "Small 8vo, pp. [12], 148; title within a double-rule border; contemporary black goatskin, single gilt rule on covers enclosing a double gilt panel consisting of an outer chain roll with ornaments in the corners and on the sides, enclosing one with a triple gilt rule panel, gilt-decorated spine in 6 compartments. red morocco label (slightly chipped) in 1, a.e.g.; minor wear, else near fine. & & A very rare devotional book, and apparently the only book of James Davies, described on the title-page as ""sometimes fellow of Jesus College, Oxon, and late rector of Barton-Mills, in Suffolk."" He offers 19 chapters on the shortness of life, death and atonement, and 4 prayers.& & The book was published posthumously and contains a short preliminary ""advertisement"" from the author's son, Edward Davies; and it is dedicated to Sir Stephen Fox, whose ""reputation for courtesy, kindliness of disposition, and generosity has been amply confirmed by John Evelyn. Pepys, too, has much to say in commendation of his paymaster, who confided to him the secrets whereby he was able to make such large profits"" (DNB). & & Not found in OCLC; COPAC records 4 copies, including one with a varying imprint, without the name of Thomas Guy, and identifying T. Hurt as a bookseller in Coventry."
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books
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2010-04-28 21:57:12
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
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2010-04-23 06:18:14
Bible. German. 1710. Luther
Nürnberg: In Verlegung Johann Andreä Endters Seel, Sohn, und Erben, 1710. Folio (39 cm, 15.38"). Frontis., [32] ff., 1181, [1] pp., [11 (-1)] ff.; 1 plt., illus. 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 a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2010-04-16 17:44:38
Visscher II, Nicolaes
Amsterdam: Pieter Schenk II, 1710. A SPECTACULAR EXAMPLE OF THE VISSCHER WALL MAP OF THE AMERICAS (c.1710) Wall map on 2 engraved sheets with additional banner title across the top and five engraved views across the bottom Total dimensions 31 3/4" x 37 1/2" Backed on linen with wooden rollers The Visscher family was one of the leading map-publishing dynasties of seventeenth century Amsterdam founded by Claes Jansz. Visscher (1587-1652), and continued by his son Nicolaes (I) (1618-1677) then his grandson Nicolaes II (1649-1702), to his widow Elizabeth (d.1726). From her, many of the map plates passed to Pieter Schenk (II), the publisher of this fine wall-map. It is presumed, based on the delineation of the Americas, particularly the Great Lakes region and the Pacific coast, with the insular form of California, that this map was first published by Nicolaes Visscher (II) circa 1680, and this may indeed may be the two-sheet wall map of the Americas listed in Nicolaes II's catalogue of 1682. The two elaborate cartouches were designed by Philip Tideman and engraved by Willem van Gouwen, both of who worked for Visscher in the 1680s. Geographically the map is comparable with the Jan Mathisz two-sheet map of the Americas, published in 1655, common features being the single open-ended Great Lake and the flat northern coastline for California. The running title is printed from two separate plates pasted outside the upper border, evidently a generic banner, with the word 'Americae' on a paste-on over the original engraving - 'Europae'. Outside the lower border are f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2010-04-16 05:31:23
[Church of England]
Oxford: Printed by the University-Printers, 1710. Leather Bound. Very Good. 5 x 7 5/8 inches. 8vo. A (8 leaf quire) + A - Bb (8 leaf quires), lacks B8, C1. Griffiths 1710/5. Bound with: Sternhold, Thomas and John Hopkins. The Whole Book of Psalms, Collected into English Metre. London: Printed by William Pearson for the Company of Stationers, 1711. A - H (8 leaf quires) + I (4 leaf quire). ESTCT87253. Both works red ruled throughout. Some pages lightly soiled and some edges chipped in margins not affecting text. Bound in modern full brown goat with five raised bands to spine and new endpapers. A very nice red ruled Georgian BCP. During this time, the process of "red ruling" was very expensive, and used mostly for presentation copies.
Bookseller: St. Wulfstans Books [U.S.A.]
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2010-04-14 08:31:14
Groen, J
Haarlem Wed. Gijsbers De Groot, 1710. A New Edition.. Full-Vellum. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Kan Beplanten, BezayenEn Vercieren . Verrijkt Met Verscheyde Kopere Figuuren, Uytbeeldende Pricelijke Lust-hoven En Hof-Steden, Na De Nederlandse En Franse Orde; Als Ook eenige Fontynen, Maniere Van Enten / Oculeeren / Inleggen En Afzuygen. Met Noch Omtrent 200 Modellen Van Bloem-Perken, Parterres, Dool-Hoven, Prieelen, Lat-Werken, En Zonne-Wijzers. (XXVIII)-193[4] Part II-:Den Verstandigen Hovenier. Door P.Nylant , 1711 . Hoe Men Alderhande Ooft En Fruyt, Kruiden, Bloemen, Wortelen En Zaden Op Sijn Behoorlyke Tijd Zal Vergaderen Met een Onderwijsinge Van Der Selve Aert, Kracht En Gebruyk, Tot Onderhouding Van s'Menschen Gesonthheyt. Bound with ; Twee-Hondert Modellen, voor de liefhebbers van Hoven en Thuynen.Part III; De Medicynwinkel Of Ervaren Huys-Houder, Onderwijsende/ Hoe Men Binnen En Buiten De Steden Heilsame Medicynen Voor de Gebreken Van Menschen En Beesten/ Sal Toemaken En Bereyden. Met een onderrichtinge, hoe uyt verscheyden Bloemen En Kruyden, nutte en Wel -Ruykende Wateren, Sal Konnen Uyttrecken, En Distilleren Als Mede Den Naerstigen Buyenhouder.53 {2] PP. Bound With: De Verstandige Kok Of Sorgvuldie Huyshoudster: Beschreyvende Hoe men op de beste en bequaamste manier alderhande spijsen sal kooken / stoven / braden/ backen/ en bereyden: met de saussen daer toe dienende: Seer dienstig en profijtelijk in alle huyshoudingen. Ook om veelderley slag van taerten en Pasteyen toe te stellen. Vermeerdert met de Hollandse slacht-Tyd Hier is achter bygevoegd de Verstand … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Quist Antiquarian [Netherlands]
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2010-04-09 16:05:57
Tellez F. Balthazar
London: J. Knapton, 1710. First English translation of this very rare work by Tellez. Illustrated with an early folding map of the country, delineated by those Fathers, as is the Drought of the true Springs and Course of the Nile, within Ethiopia. 4to (202 X 162 mm.), bound in calf to style, ruled in blind on upper and lower covers, blind tooled in the corners, the spine with raised bands, lettered in gilt on two red morocco lettering labels, turn-ins decorated in blind. (4), 264, (16) pp. A beautifully preserved copy with the map in excellent order, the text-block clean and the binding very well preserved. VERY RARE. ONLY ONE COPY HAS APPEARED AT AUCTION IN MANY, MANY YEARS. “This work is a summary and digest of all the travelers to Abyssinia including Alvarez, Gregory, Ludolphus, Lobo and the annual letters of the Jesuit fathers from 153-1656.” “Telles' account was a summary of the discoveries made by the Jesuit missionaries from 1520 onwards. The Jesuits penetrated far into Ethiopia and made extensive studies of its language and history, providing Europeans with more information than was available for other parts of Africa at this time.” “This work of Tellez was composed from the memoirs of various missionaries; transmitted to Portugal by Almeida and is remarkably rare.” Leyden II Bibliography.
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.
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2010-04-08 14:30:13
Boerhaave, H
Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden], Cornelis Boutestein, 1710. 8vo (18.3 x 11.2 cm). Engraved frontispiece "Index Plantarum Horti Luigduno Batavi per. Hermannum Boerhaven" [sic!]; title page printed in red and black, with engraved vignette "structa super lapidem qui ruet ista domus", [xii], 278, [xiv] pp. Late 18th or very early 19th century marbled boards. Spine with green morocco label with gilt title. Speckled edges.l Rare first edition. Later published as "Index Alter Plantarium" (1720; 1727) with plates. According to Hunt:" His Index plantarum quae in Horto... (1710) was one of the first works to draw plant characteristics from stamens and pistils ... historically interesting as it's the last comprehensive work with generic descriptions published before Linnaeus". The engraved frontispiece depicts the botanical garden. The preliminary pages include the dedication pages. Old library stamp on title page, otherwise a very good, clean copy. Hunt II, p. 39; Stafleu and Cowan, 592.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Schierenberg
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2010-04-08 11:24:45
VALLISNIERI, Antonio
Padua: Nella stamperia del Seminario, 1710. FIRST EDITIONS. Each work with separate title. With 14 folding plates (10 in the first volume, 4 in the second volume). Contemporary vellum in fine condition; from the library of Antonio Pacchioni (1665-1726), famous anatomist and physician. First editions of Vallisnieri's first two books. In the first work, the author describes the brain of an ox, which supposedly contained some curious stones, petrified during the lifetime of the animal. However, he denies that the mass found in the animal's head is actually its brain. We can't tell you exactly what it turned out to be; you have to read the book. The second work is an important treatise in parasitology, with observations on parasites in the human body. He proved that these parasites were not due to spontaneous generation, as then frequently believed, but grew from eggs. Vallisnieri (1661-1730), the famous pupil of Malpighi, was noted as a physician, professor of medicine at the University of Padua, and as a scientific investigator. He wrote extensively on embryology, biology, natural history and geology, and did fundamental research in the fields of helminthology and entomology. Pacchioni (1665-1726), a pupil of Malpighi, was a successful physician in Rome and head doctor at the Hospital of San Giovanni in Laterano. He collaborated with Lancisi on the explanatory text of Eustachi's Tabulae anatomicae, but is best known for his Dissertatio epistolaris de glandulis conglobatis durae meningis humane (Rome, 1705) which describes the arachnoidal granulations and t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
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2010-04-08 11:24:45
Vallisnieri, A.
Padua, Seminario, 1710. 4to (33.9 x 17.0 cm). [x], 160 pp.; four large, folded engraved plates. 19th century half calf over marbled boards. Spine with four raised bands, compartments with gilt lines and vignettes, and gilt title. An important treatise on intestinal worms, which contributed to the spontaneous generation controversy of the 17th century. Antonio Vallisneri (1661-1730) was a pupil of Malpighi at Bologna and eventually became professor of practical medicine at Padua. In comparison with contemporary scientific thought, Vallisnieri's work has a very modern character. Following Galileo and Francis Bacon, he rejected scholastic knowledge and trusted solely in direct observation and in experiments. A few small spots, but generally clean. The binding is attractive. A very good copy with broad margins. Nissen ZBI, 4219. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Schierenberg [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2010-03-24 15:48:36
[Church of England]
[London]: Reprinted without any alteration, [1710]. Leather Bound. Very Good +. 4 1/2 x 7 1/8 inches. 8vo. [168] unnumbered pages. Title page yellowed and chipped at bottom with no loss. First few pages age-toned, other pages bright and clean. U2 and U3 with small losses to lower corners affecting 2 or 3 lines of text with text supplied in neat handwritten facsimile. ESTCN11904. See ESTCS108617 (1546 edition). Half title excised and "reprinted without any alteration" removed from title page. Bound in later full brown calf with "King Henry VIII's Primer" in gilt to spine and light wear to corners and head and tail of spine. A very good copy of the 1710 reprint in 32 lines (scarce in its own right) of the 1546 edition by Grafton altered to give appearance of the even rarer 1546 edition.
Bookseller: St. Wulfstans Books
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2010-03-15 10:15:16
Janssonius, J.
Valk, G. - Schenk, P., 1710. "Magnus Ducatus Finlandiae nova et accurata delineatio". Altkol. Kupf.-Kte. (von J. Janssonius) bei G. Valk & P. Schenk, um 1710. Mit 2 ausgem. fig. u. herald. Kart. 43,5:53 cm.. Zeigt Südfinnland mit Bottnischer und Finnischer Bucht.
Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek
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2010-03-14 18:48:19
Chudleigh, Lady Mary
London, 1710. London, 1710 Printed by T.H. for R. Bonwicke, W. Freeman, T. Goodwin, F. Walthoe, M. Wotton, S. Manship, F. Nichloson, R. Parker, B. Tooke, and R. Smith. // Ink ownership inscription of Godfrey Boseville [of Gunthwaite], some light water-staining to lower margin of P1-q7, a few small stains, contemporary speckled panelled calf, spine gilt, joints splitting, but holding firm. VERY SCARCE!!! Chudleigh turned to writing poetry partly as a reaction to an unhappy marriage. She was a member of the literary circle of Dryden. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
Bookseller: Louis Caron
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2010-03-12 14:46:17
DANMARKSKORT - DELISLE, GUILLAUME.
Amsterdam, Covens et Mortier, c. 1710-33. 49x60,5 cm. Kobberstukket Danmarkskort med Skåne, Halland og Blekinge. På svært papir og med original fuld håndkolorering. Frisk eksemplar. ¶ de fleste kort fra Delisles hånd er udaterede, men kortet stammer fra et af kortværkerne udgivet mellem 1710 og 1733.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2010-03-11 16:26:40
Reimanns, Jacob Friderich [1668 - 1743]
Rengerischer, Halle, 1710. Reprint (?). Hardcover (Vellum). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Ex library with small labels on spine & pocket removed from back inside cover. Vellum binding, partially torn on upper back hinge and tear down half the back strip. Paper age toned throughout but not brittle. Inked notes and some minor scoring, plus running subject comments across the top of every page. Engraved frontispiece scene of city square with several buildings, a church, and some figures, birds, & animals. Reimanns did several works in literary history. Size: 16mo 6" - 7" tall. 820 pages. Text is in German. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 pounds or less. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; 18th century; German Language; Religion & Theology. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 5882. .
Bookseller: Noah's Ark Book Attic
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2010-03-04 22:34:40
SENEX, John (1678-1740)
London: John Senex, 1710. JOHN SENEX'S RARE AND IMPORTANT EARLY EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY MAP OF NORTH AMERICA Engraving with original outline color: 37 ½" x 25 ½" (framed: 48 5/8" x 36 5/8") .
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2010-02-23 08:39:41
King, W[illiam]; 'The Author of Journey to London'
Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB [Toronto, ON, Canada]
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2010-02-13 02:55:26
[Quillet, Claude]
Small 8vo. London: Bernard Lintott, 1710. Small 8vo, [xvi], 72, [5], [3] pp. With a frontispiece portrait of Katharine Phillips titled "Orinda". Disbound, inserted into a new cloth folding case. First Edition in English. The poem by the French abbe Claude Quillett (1602-1661) was first published in Leiden in 1655 and in Paris in 1656. A Latin version was issued in London in 1708. Two English versions appeared in 1710 and another in 1712. The plates by Elisha Kirkall (1682-1742) were not ready when the book was issued and are thus often lacking. Later editions contain Oldisworth's name on the title-page, identified as translator.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller
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2010-01-15 11:20:32
First edition of the first effort to collect England's treaties, pertaining principally to France, Holland, Spain, and, indirectly, this country; a second volume treating of the period before 1648 was published in 1713. Modern 1/4 brown morocco over marbled boards, some browning and foxing, but a good crisp copy; with the advertising leaves. Printed by J. Darby for Andrew Bell in Cornhill [etc.], London, 1710.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
2009-11-21 11:45:43
Masenius, Jacobus; [Masen, Jacob]
Colonia [Cologne]: Joannis Everhardi Eromart. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Cover rubbed. Spine cracked half inch from base. Two inch crack on outer hinge of front cover. Contents tight. Browning throughout. Aeg. 1710. Reprint. Leather embossed cover with central armorial gilt stamp reading S D Gassal G P. 180mm x 100mm (7" x 4"). 489pp + index. Text in Latin. The author [1606-1681] was a German Jesuit. .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd
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2009-10-24 19:55:27
Blackwell, Thomas [1660 ? - 1728]
Heirs of Andrew Anderson, Edinburgh, 1710. First Edition. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Ex library with book plate inside front cover. Has been rebound in the distant past, with close trimmed pages, some to the very edge of the text. A little age toning, some light soiling, occasional foxing. Blackwell, a Presbyterian minister, was Professor at the Marischal College, Aberdeen. Size: 16mo 6" - 7" tall. 169 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1 pound or less. Category: Religion & Theology; 18th century; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 6566. .
Bookseller: Noah's Ark Book Attic
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2009-10-18 23:34:42
Dionis,P. (1650-1718)
London: Tonson 1st first English edition, 1710. Hardcover. Good. Copperplates (10 including frontis.) + 51 text illustrations Octavo contemporary blindstamped panelled calf (rebacked in lighter leather on 5 raised bands with old spine label relaid (tips worn) (16p)+496pp +(16p=index). A popular handbook of medicine and surgery with the frontis showing a disection in a medical amphitheatre. Some signs of use and some scattered foxing and browning but only one tear and that without loss. Endpapers with several 19th century owners' names. TP has 4 Initials?. *Valuable for the many illustrations which include medical instruments, dishes, bandages etc laid out specifically for each type of operation (Blake 121 Wellcome II 471).
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books
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