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2012-06-28 11:45:31
Herman Moll
1711. Kolorierter Kupferstich, Darstellung: 97,5 x 61,5 cm. Grossformatige Karte von Spanien und Portugal mit Balearischen Inseln. Mit drei Kartuschen und Text links unten. Aus zwei Platten gedruckt. Rand etwas gebräunt mit Einrissen, winzige Löcher in der Falte unten und ca 4 kaum sichtbare Wurmlöcher in der Darstellung. Large map of Spain and Portugal with the Balearic Islands, printed from two plates. With three large cartouches and a text about copyrights in the map bussines in the lower left edge. Margins slightly age-toned with tears. Some tiny holes in the lower part of the image and circa 4 pin-size hardly noticeable worm holes in the image.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2012-06-27 22:58:18
Pope, Alexander
London: Printed for Bernard Lintott. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION, containing the FIRST APPEARANCE of Pope's The Rape of the Lock. "The earliest version of Pope's mock heroic poem The Rape of the Lock, composed in a fortnight during summer 1711, had for nine months been anonymously printed in Bernard Lintot's Miscellany. The masterpiece of Pope's earlier period, The Rape of the Lock (1712, 1714) had its origin in a quarrel between two Catholic families, apparently over the provocative cutting off of a lock of hair by Lord Petre from the head of Arabella Fermor..."The poem... is far from being a mere social satire in which a trivial quarrel is mocked by being presented in epic terms. Indeed, by the time the poem has been thoughtfully read it is not really clear that the quarrel is trivial. The 'Heroi-Comical' in Pope's hands is a volatile mixture: some of its comedy rebounds on the epic conventions that are primarily deployed to mock the foolish and vain. In the shining lock of hair Pope contemplates beauty, reputation, conquest in love and war, anger, humour, and resignation. The political facets of the poem, parts only of the total multi-faceted effect, have recently come more into the light, so that the work has its own angle on historical change. Not only does the poem have many targets, all seen through the prism of Belinda and her lock, but it also has many tones, those of subtle comedy, outright farce, and lofty sadness" (DNB).Pope sold this 2-canto version to Lintott for 7 pounds in March 1712; in 1714 an expanded 5-canto version was issued.Lond … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company [United States]
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2012-06-25 03:11:19
[NEWTON, Isaac]
Engraved allegorical vignette on title by Nutting incorporating a portrait of Newton as the source of light, two folding engraved tables, numerous engravings in the text, and several engraved head- & tailpieces. 7 p.l., 101 pp. 4to, very good antique mottled calf, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. London: Pearson, 1711. First edition of one of the great books of science and a famous rarity. This book contains Newton's first independent treatise on higher mathematics and his first account of one of his three great contributions to science, the invention of calculus. It also contains the first printed account of his equally significant discovery of the binomial theorem. This work must be considered alongside his Principia of 1687 (Horblit 78) and Opticks of 1704 (Horblit 79) as demonstrating his extraordinary achievements in mathematics, physics, and optics respectively. This work contains De Analysi per Aequationes Numero Terminorum Infinitas (written in 1669 and published here for the first time; it contains the first printed account of the binomial theorem); two treatises first published in the Opticks but written in 1693 and 1695; Methodus differentialis (written in 1676 and published here for the first time; it is the basis of the calculus of finite differences); and a letter from Newton to Collins, written November 8th, 1676. A few minor stains but a very nice copy of by far the rarest of Newton's great books. ❧ Babson 207. Horblit 66b. .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2012-06-22 19:21:24
Baldassarri, Antonio.
Foligno, Campitelli, 1711. Kl.-8°. 23, 454 S., 1 Bl., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bünden u. goldgepr. Rückenschild. Erstausgabe. - Seltenes biographisches Lexikon von “Acacio Vescovo” bis “S. Zenone Vescovo”. Neben zahlr. Päpsten, Bischöfen und Kardinälen finden sich weiters Namen wie Alfonso Ciacconi, Alfonso Vasquez de Miranda, Ambrogio Caterino, Andrea d‘Oviedo Patriarca, Auberto di Mira, Bartolomeo Caranza, Cajo Mario Vittorini, Cherubino, Claudiano Mamerco, Edmondo Augerio, Enrico Kalkar, Enrico Spondano, Filone Ebreo, Francesco Benci, Giacomo Alvarez de Paz, Graziano, Guglielmo Lindano, Leonardo Lessio, Lodovico Guzman, Matteo Ricci, Muzio Vitelleschi, Niccolo Bobadilla, Pietro Abailardo, P. Pietro Canisio, Pietro Lallemant, Roberto Personio, Sebastiano Barrada, Severo Sulpizio, Stanislao Grodicio, Tommaso Sanchez usw. - Einband gering berieben u. bestoßen. Innendeckeln sowie die ersten u. letzten Bll. (bes. im Falz) m. Wurmspuren. Tlw. schwach stockfleckig. - De Backer/S. I, 812, 9. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Baldassarri, Compendioso Ristretto delle vite di Personaggi, Italien, Lexika
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2012-06-21 18:10:06
OXFORD
1711. for paying £420 salaries for two years to the Conservator of ?Windsor Forest, and his employees, apparently the document was drawn up and signed by the last three just before their commission ended, then confirmed by the Earl of Oxford after he became sole lord as Lord High Treasurer, 2 sides 8" x 6" remargined to 9" x 7", Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, 15th June lacking top and left portions In 1710 Harley, as Chancellor of the Exchequer, moved the Bill for the South Sea Company to fund the National Debt (9 Anne c. 21). Also signed as "Examined" by Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax, Auditor of the Exchequer. Montagu had been the prime mover in establishing the Bank of England, 1694. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA [Calne, United Kingdom]
2012-06-19 01:47:08
OOSTEN. H. VAN.
1711. London, D. Midwinter, 1711. 8vo (196 x 118mm). pp. (6), 249, (1), 11, (1), with a fine allegorical frontispiece showing Flora and 2 engraved plates. Contemporary speckled calf, old rebacking with red gilt lettered label, sides with gilt border. Second English edition of which the first Dutch edition appeared 1700. A popular treatise on horticulture. It covers not only the florist's flowers popular at the time, but also has a large section devoted to the vegetable garden. Van Oosten was a nurseryman at Leiden. The Dutch gardener not only gives details concerning the growing of flowers and bulbous roots, for which the Dutch have long been famous, but also includes another branch of gardening in which they have shown excellence, namely the cultivation of fruit trees."Many pages in van Oosten's book are devoted to the tulip, which he says, 'is justly called the Queen of flowers, and the chief jewel of Flora'" (Henrey p. 394). "Although his book shows clear evidence of personal experience in grafting and sowing, the part on orange and lemon trees is translated from J. de la Quintinye's 'Traite de la culture des orangers' (The Anglo-Dutch garden n. 158, p. 303). Hernrey 1198..
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk
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2012-06-15 19:42:36
Flavii Josephi
Frankfurt, J. D. Zunner/J. A. Jung, 1711. 4°, 488 S., 284 S., 168 S., 24 Blatt (drei Register), Pergament mit handgeschriebener Rückenbeschriftung, Einband etwas angeschmutzt. Im Vor- und Nachsatz mit Klebeband repariert. Die ersten und letzten Seiten sind an den Rändern ausgefranst, Papier teil. Alles aus dem Griechischen Exemplar samt aller Bücher und Kapitel summarischen Innhalt mit höchstem Fleiß von neuem verteutscht und zugerichtet, darzu mit biblischen Concordanzen, Jahr Rechnung, und ordentlichen Registern vermehret. 3 Teile in einem Band.
Bookseller: Verlag Heyn GesmbH & CoKG
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2012-06-15 15:22:19
LA MOTTE Antoine Houdar de
- Chez Gregoire Dupuis, à Paris 1711, in-8 (11x17cm), 293pp.(5) et 305pp. (11), 2 volumes reliés. - Troisième édition augmentée. L'édition originale de 1707 et la seconde de 1709 chez le même éditeur ne possédaient qu'un seul volume. Reliure en pleine basane brune glacée d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné de riches caissons. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Coiffe du tome I élimée. Petit manque à la coiffe supéreure du tome II. Bon exemplaire. L'auteur tint une place de choix dans la vie littéraire de son temps, Et ses Odes eurent un succès considérable. Son livret d'opéra le plus célébre fut L'Europe Galante, mais il amena de nombreuses innovations à la scène ; habitué du salon de la marquise de Lambert, il fut à l'origine de la seconde querelle des Anciens et des Modernes, prenant le parti des Modernes, déclarant inutiles les vers et la règle des trois unités au théâtre. Si ses poésies sont devenues peu lisibles (bien qu'on y retrouve la vie littéraire d'alors), elles sont, tout comme son oeuvre critique, le témoignage important d'une époque. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Third edition increased. The first edition of 1707 and the second in 1709 by the same publisher had only one volume. Full Sheepskin brown ice time. Back to nerves decorated with rich cabinets. Part of title in red morocco. Hat Volume I threadbare. Little lacking in supéreure cap of Volume II. Good copy. The author held a place in the literary life of his time, and his Odes had considerable success. His most famous book of the opera was L'Europe Galante, but it brought many innovations to the stage; us … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2012-06-08 15:07:55
BROEKHUIZEN (Jean Van), en latin BROUKHUSIUS (Janus).
1711Amstelaedami [Amsterdam], Excudit Franciscus Halma, 1711. In-quarto (208 X 258) maroquin vert, triple encadrement de filet doré sur les plats, filets dorés en place des nerfs, urnes dorées dans les compartiments, coupes filetées, tranches jaunes (reliure de lépoque) ; (1) f. blanc, frontispice gravé, titre avec vignette gravée, 10 ff. (dédicace, préface et élégie), 502 pages, (14) pp. (index), (2) ff. blancs. ELEGANTE EDITION de ce recueil de poésie en hollandais. Elle est illustrée de 59 GRAVURES du dessinateur et graveur hollandais Jan GOEREE (1670-1781), dont un frontispice hors-texte, une vignette dans le titre, trois bandeaux, 54 vignettes dans le texte et des lettrines. Jean Van BROEKHUIZEN (Amsterdam, 1640-1707) est un poète et érudit hollandais dont les oeuvres sont rares. Après avoir reçu une bonne éducation littéraire, il resta quelque temps chez un apothicaire, puis il prit du service, devint lieutenant, fut envoyé en Amérique sur la flotte de Ruyter en 1674, et revint en Hollande l'année suivante. Se trouvant à Utrecht, il prit part à un duel et encourut pour ce fait la peine de mort ; mais, grâce à l'intervention du savant Groevius, il fut sauvé. Après avoir été quelque temps capitaine dans la milice à Amsterdam, Broekhuizen se retira à Amstelveen où il passa les dernières années de sa vie, se livrant entièrement alors à son goût pour la littérature. Outre ses "Poésies latines", publiées à Utrecht (1684), on a de lui des "Poésies hollandaises" très élégantes, mais peu nombreuses, ainsi que des éditions de Properce, de Catulle, de Sannazar, etc. BEL EXEMPLAI … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie ancienne & Moderne Eric Castéran [France, Toulouse]
2012-06-05 14:47:41
Gracian, Balthasar:
Augspurt / Zu finden bey Paul Kühtzen / M DCC XI (Augsburg 1711).,. . Höchst wahrscheinlich die erste deutsche Ausgabe u. wesentlich früher als die angebliche erste deutsche Übersetzung v. J. J. Brucker (1729). Pergamenteinband mit Blindprägung auf den beiden Aussenseite des Einbandes u. mit zwei noch Metalverschluß. Zweifarbige Titelseite u. mit einem Holzschnitt davor. 436 Seiten u. 2 Seiten ERRATA. Zustand: Der Ledereinband durch die Zeit ein wenig angeschmutzt u. Innen ein wenig Stockfleckig. Insgesamt ein wohlerhaltenes u. seltenes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Universität München
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2012-06-02 15:05:00
CALMET, Dom Augustin
1 vol. in-4 reliure d'époque pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Chez Pierre Emery, Paris, 1711, LIV-364, xxx-371 pp. Avec la carte dépliante de la Terre Sainte par Nicolas de Fer. Etat très satisfaisant (sans pièce de titre, manque en coiffe sup., petit accroc sans mq. à la carte, belles vignettes de Thomassin en tête des chapitres) Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2012-06-02 15:05:00
CALMET, Dom Augustin
1 vol. in-4 reliure d'époque pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Chez Pierre Emery, Paris, 1711, XXXII-1008 pp. Avec la carte dépliante de la Terre Sainte par Nicolas de Fer. Etat très satisfaisant (manque en coiffes, petit accroc sans mq. à la carte, coupes frottées, belles vignettes en tête des chapitres) Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2012-06-02 07:08:02
ORDENANZAS DE BILBAO.; y Reglamento de las cargas.
Con licencia real. Bilbao: Impressas por Antonio de Zafra, y Rueda, Impresor del muy Noble, y Muy Leal Señorío de Vizcaya, y de su Noble Villa de Bilbao, Año 1711.- [2 h.], 82 folios, [6 h.].: Portada orlada y escudo de Bilbao en el centro, con la iglesia de San Antón, el puente y dos lobos, todo grabado en madera, artísticas letras capitulares grabadas en madera. [SIGUE]: Reglamento de las cargas, y gastos, que se deberán satisfacer de los caudales de proprios, y arbitrios de la Noble Villa de Bilbao, con consideración al producto anual que tienen, y consta al Consejo, por los Documentos, que se le han remitido. A que le sigue: la Carta-Orden del Consejo, escrita por D. Manuel Bezerra, para su entero, y debido cumplimiento, y lo demàs que en ella se expresa.- Impreso en Bilbao: Por Antonio de Egusquiza. Año de M. DCC. LXXVIII [1778].- [2 h.], 35 p.: La portada con un escudo de Bilbao justo encima del pie de imprenta. Ambos libros en un mismo volumen encuadernado en Pergamino de la época de (28,6 x 20 cm.) en 4º mayor.- En esta rara edición de las Ordenanzas de 1711 se incluyen los cinco anexos que se imprimieron y encuadernaron con la edición anterior de 1682, formando los capítulos 123 a 128, y además va añadida la Real provisión de 1685, capitulo 129. SE ENCUENTRA EN PERFECTO ESTADO. Libro en español [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2012-05-27 13:17:39
WALPOLE
under a manuscript transfer note, saying "I Doe hereby assigne & transfer all my Right, title & Interest in the within order & the Tally thereto belonging with Interest due and to grow due thereupon unto the Governor and Company of the Bank of England ...", with a note below, "Reg[iste]red J Hay", the printed text on the recto is the beginning of an Order in virtue of the main annual tax Act, first passed in 1711, for duty on many goods and renewed annually, this time "Malt, Mum, Cyder and Perry, for the Service of the Year One thousand Seven hundred and fifteen and for making forth Duplicates of Exchequer Bills and Lottery Tickers, lost, burnt or destroy'd ...", 1 side oblong 8vo., Pay Office, Horse Guards, 30th September The cost of Queen Anne's wars greatly exceeded the revenue, and government payments were commonly in arrears. An Act was passed to allow its IOUs to be exchanged for South Sea Company stock, which had a cash value because it could be traded. (The bookseller Thomas Guy made his fortune in this way, beginning with a seaman newly ashore, who asked him to discount his wages note, which Guy so exchanged). In the tax act, a clause was inserted which allowed public paymasters and treasurers to raise cash loans from willing individuals against the stock as security, at interest up to 6%, provided the cash was used for the same public purpose. In 1714, a further clause authorized the Bank of England to be such a lender. The present document is one of Robert Walpole's last actions as Paymaster of the Forces (from 3rd October 1714), before he became Prime Minis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophie Dupre [United Kingdom]
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2012-05-23 21:21:59
[Steele, Sir Richard, attributed to]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2012-05-21 13:48:55
ROBARTES
of 29th June 1710, for future repayment of a loan of £400 [at 6%], bearing a note to Robartes to repay the principal and £28 9s 5d interest to 5th September 1711 out of the Malt Duties, also signed as "Examined" by Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax, Auditor of the Exchequer.2 sides 6¼" x 10", [Exchequer], 7th December lacks upper portion, narrow remargins on three sides Montagu had been the prime mover in establishing the Bank of England, 1694. With the receipt signature of the lender 'Henry Durley' on verso, and a note 'Delivered to the Bank by me this [31st, crossed out] first day of December 1711 [? by mistake for 1st January]', signed George Thornhill. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA [Calne, United Kingdom]
2012-05-11 09:54:36
Chardin
Jean Louis Delorme, Amsterdam 1711 - Ril 3 volumi in quarto, pergamena coeva (terzo volume in 1/2 pergamena più tarda) pp. 279+454+234, 76 incisioni (manca la tavola 8 del primo volume che rappresenta un monumento) e carte. Set di biblioteca con etichetta in foglio bianco e piccolo timbro circolare sul retro del titolo. L'edizione del 1711 è la prima edizione in quarto che comprende tutti i viaggi di Chardin, ed è perciò particolarmente interessante. Un'altra pregevole edizione (Langlès) fu pubblicata nel 1811.
Bookseller: Libri dall'Asia di Mario Rossello [Italy]
2012-05-10 09:27:22
CLUVER, Philipp
Atlas Geographus., 1711-17.. Copper engraving. Later colour. Very good condition Size: 26 x 21 cm. (10 x 8½ inches) A detailed and colourful map of what is now Belgium and part of north west Germany with Cluver's idiosyncratic elaborate cartouches. A library stamp on the reverse has been removed but shows slightly through and does not affect image.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2012-05-05 16:52:39
HOLBERG, LUDVIG.
Kbhvn., Trykt hos Johann Jacob Bornheinrich, Paa Johan Krusens Bekostning, 1711. Samt. helldrbd., men slidt, især rygen øverst med revner og rifter. Indvendig med brugsspor, brunpletter, sidste blade af register med skjold. Uden portræt. (14),720,198 pp. + Register. ¶ Ehrencr.-Müller, Bd. I:p.54 ff. Holbergs første bog i den uhyre sjældne originaludgave.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-05-04 16:17:06
SMIDS, LUD.,
Asd., Pieter de Coup, 1711. - (1e druk). (XVIII)+402+(26) pp. Met gegrav. frontisp., titelvignet & 60 uitslaande platen van Jacobus Schijnvoet, naar tekeningen van R. Roghman. Reg. Gebonden. Perkament uit de tijd. Goed ex. (Band wat verbruind; papier aan de randen iets verbruind, enkele marginale wormgaatjes). * Tiele 1010.
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat
2012-05-04 16:17:06
Smids, Lud.
P. de Coup, Amsterdam 1711 - Full contemporary calf, 8vo., pp. 20, 402, 26. Engraved frontispiece, title-vignette and 60 engraved double-page plates by L. Schynvoet after Roelant Roghman. Spine divided in six compartments by five raised bands, richly gilt, with the titles in gilt on a red morocco label in the second compartment. A clean and nice copy of this book with bright plates. The book was reprinted in 1737 and 1774 with two and three extra plates respectively, but this copy is complete with its 60 plates. Both times the copperplates of this edition were reused. Tiele 1010. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Iskandar Books
2012-05-02 16:58:26
Alkmar, Heinrich von].
Wolfenbüttel, Frytag, 1711. (18), 380 SS. Mit gest. Frontispiz und mehreren Holzschnittzierstücken und -vignetten (darunter ein Löwe und ein Fuchs). Mod. marmorierter Halblederband. 4to. Seltene, von F. A. Hackmann herausgebene Wolfenbüttler Ausgabe nach dem niederdeutschen Text des Lübecker Drucks von 1498. Nach Goedekes Ansicht ist der Anteil Heinrich von Alkmars an dem Werk gering, während der eigentliche Übersetzer und Bearbeiter der niederdeutschen Fassung der Buchdrucker Backhusen gewesen sei. Die vorliegende Ausgabe diente Gottsched als Vorlage für seine Edition von 1752. Als Verfasser des beigefügten "Kokers" (Köchers), einer Sammlung von gereimten Sprichwörtern und Sittenlehren in alphabetischer Folge, vermutet Ebert irrtümlich den Herausgeber Hackmann, während es sich in Wahrheit um Hermann Bote handelt. - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. Am Titel hs. bibliograph. Notiz um 1830: "Diese Edition ist die Hachmannische, oder Hackmannsche, welche die älteste Lübecker Edition von 1498 ziemlich genau wiedergiebt. Spätere aber schlechtere Textesabdrucke sind von Gottsched 1752, u zu Eutin 1789." Von derselben Hand an den Vorsätzen ausführliche Wort- und Namensglossen sowie am vorderen Innendeckel bibliograph. Verweis auf eine in der Allg. Jen. Literaturzeitung zitierte Ausgabe von 1825 sowie die Bemerkung, "Eine hochdeutsche Bearbeitung des Reineke von Beuther 2te Aufl. Frankf. a. M. 1556 soll sehr gut seyn". Am Vorsatz, von offenbar anderer Hand, Besitzvermerk "Dr. J. Jacoby 1859". Hernach in der Sammlung des Bibliothekars und Kantforschers Rudolf Reicke (18 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-05-01 20:23:20
Giovanni-Paolo MARANA)
Cologne, Erasme Kenkus, 1711, 11x16, six volumes. Reliures en pleine basane. Dos à 4 nerfs, décorés de motifs dorés. Pièces de titre havane, tomaisons en lettres dorées. Roulette sur les coupes. Illustré de 6 frontispice, et de 27 gravures hors texte (certaines dépliantes) ainsi que de culs de lampe. Treizième édition. Intérieur propre et sans rousseurs. Reliures frottées et abimées. Envoi de photos sur demande.Langue
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers [Lausanne, Switzerland]
2012-04-21 11:35:46
Rädlein (Redlein, Redlino), Johann (Jean, Giovanni):
Leipzig, Johann Friedrich Braun, 1711.. Frontispiz, 7 Bll., 1127 S., 1 Bl., 869 S., 1Bl., 592, 502 S. Mit gest. Frontispiz in Band 1. Gr.8°, 1 Pergamentband der Zeit (Band 1) und 2 Halbpergamentbände der Zeit (Bände 2 und 3).. Pergamentband (Bd. 1) etwas berieben und fleckig; hinterer Deckel dieses Bandes mit 2 kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; Halbpergamentbände (Bände 2 und 3) etwas berieben und bestoßen; Bezugspapier dieser Bände beschabt und mit einigen Bezugspapierfehlstellen; Pergamentecken der Halbpergamentbände mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; kleiner Einschnitt und winzige Fehlstelle im Bereich des oberen Kapitals von Band 3; Vorderdeckel dieses Bandes mit kleiner Fehlstelle an der seitlichen Kante (Schleifspur); hinterer Deckel von Band 3 mit kleiner Pergamentfehlstelle; Band 1 gering stockfleckig, Bände 2 und 3 etwas stockfleckig; Vordervorsatz von Band 1 mit Ausriss am Fuß; handschriftliche Eintragungen (Rechenbeispiele) von älterer Hand auf dem Vordervorsatz und auf dem hinteren Innendeckel (Spiegel) von Band 1; Frontispiz von Band 1 mit kleinem Braunfleck im Fußsteg; Bibliotheksschildchen auf dem vorderen Innendeckel von Band 1 und Bibliotheksstempel auf dem 2. fl. Vorsatz dieses Bandes; jeweils Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf dem vorderen Innendeckel und auf dem Vordervorsatz von Band 1; Vordervorsätze der Bände 2 und 3 herausgetrennt; vorderer Innendeckel von Band 3 mit größeren Bezugspapierfehlstellen; erste Bll. von Band 3 mit kleinem Wasserfleck im seitlichen Steg und letzte Bll. dieses Bandes etwas gebräunt; Titel von Band 3 mit 2 winzigen Randausrissen; hintere … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AixLibris - Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek
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2012-04-21 11:35:46
Rädlein (Redlein, Redlino), Johann (Jean, Giovanni)
Johann Friedrich Braun, Leipzig, 1711. Gr.8°, 1. Das Teutsche, Italiänische und Frantzösische; 2. Le Francois, l Allemand & l Italien; 3. L Italiano, Tedesco e Francese. Erste Ausgabe., Frontispiz, 7 Bll., 1127 S., 1 Bl., 869 S., 1Bl., 592, 502 S. 3 Bände. 1 Pergamentband der Zeit (Band 1) und 2 Halbpergamentbände der Zeit (Bände 2 und 3). Mit gest. Frontispiz in Band 1. Pergamentband (Bd. 1) etwas berieben und fleckig; hinterer Deckel dieses Bandes mit 2 kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; Halbpergamentbände (Bände 2 und 3) etwas berieben und bestoßen; Bezugspapier díeser Bände beschabt und mit einigen Bezugspapierfehlstellen; Pergamentecken der Halbpergamentbände mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; kleiner Einschnitt und winzige Fehlstelle im Bereich des oberen Kapitals von Band 3; Vorderdeckel dieses Bandes mit kleiner Fehlstelle an der seitlichen Kante (Schleifspur); hinterer Deckel von Band 3 mit kleiner Pergamentfehlstelle; Band 1 gering stockfleckig, Bände 2 und 3 etwas stockfleckig; Vordervorsatz von Band 1 mit Ausriss am Fuß; handschriftliche Eintragungen (Rechenbeispiele) von älterer Hand auf dem Vordervorsatz und auf dem hinteren Innendeckel (Spiegel) von Band 1; Frontispiz von Band 1 mit kleinem Braunfleck im Fußsteg; Bibliotheksschildchen auf dem vorderen Innendeckel von Band 1 und Bibliotheksstempel auf dem 2. fl. Vorsatz dieses Bandes; jeweils Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf dem vorderen Innendeckel und auf dem Vordervorsatz von Band 1; Vordervorsätze der Bände 2 und 3 herausgetrennt; vorderer Innendeckel von Band 3 mit größeren Bezugspapierfehlstellen; erste Bll. von Ban … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2012-04-19 18:57:50
Maynwaring, Arthur.
London 8vo (20.5 cm; 8"). [2] ff., 35, [1] pp.. 1711 Uncut copy of the first (or possibly second) edition of what the Henry Stevens Company described in its 1927 Catalogue of Rare Americana (#671) as a "secretly printed" pamphlet in which the anonymous writer (Arthur Manwaring) studies what he sees as the problem of the growing power and influence of France in Europe and the New World (Canada, the West Indies, and potentially much of the Spanish empire). Such concern sprang from the Peace of Utrecht ending the War of the Spanish Succession, by which the French House of Bourbon assumed the Spanish throne following the death of the last of the Hapsburgs and a decade-long war. There were two editions printed: This, with the pagination as above and with the title-page sporting a double-rule around the text area, and another with only 32 pp. and no border on the title-page. Precedence apparently not established. Uncut, some chipping of edges. Recent boards covered with charcoal-colored paper. Some cockling and staining. Six-digit number stamped on half-title. A good+ copy.
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2012-04-19 18:57:50
Maynwaring, Arthur.
London, 1711. Uncut copy of the first (or possibly second) edition of what the Henry Stevens Company described in its 1927 Catalogue of Rare Americana (#671) as a "secretly printed" pamphlet in which the anonymous writer (Arthur Manwaring) studies what he sees as the problem of the growing power and influence of France in Europe and the New World (Canada, the West Indies, and potentially much of the Spanish empire). Such concern sprang from the Peace of Utrecht ending the War of the Spanish Succession, by which the French House of Bourbon assumed the Spanish throne following the death of the last of the Hapsburgs and a decade-long war. There were two editions printed: This, with the pagination as above and with the title-page sporting a double-rule around the text area, and another with only 32 pp. and no border on the title-page. Precedence apparently not established. 8vo (20.5 cm; 8"). [2] ff., 35, [1] pp. Alden & Landis, European Americana, 711/177; Goldsmiths' 4837; Kress 2743; ESTC T46891. Not in Sabin. Uncut, some chipping of edges. Recent boards covered with charcoal-colored paper. Some cockling and staining. Six-digit number stamped on half-title. A good+ copy.
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2012-03-16 11:43:40
Hackmann, Friedrich August (Hrsgb.)
Wolfenbüttel, van Frytag, 1711,. 1.Auflage, Leder der Zeit, 380 S.. 1 ganzst.Titelkupfer, 2 Textholzschnitte, Vignetten, unt./ob.Rücken aufgeplatzt und beschädigt, der Einband berieben und die Ecken bestoßen, von innen einwandfrei
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2012-03-16 11:43:40
HACKMANN, Friedrich August Hrsg.).
Wolfenbüttel, Frytag, 1711. 4°. 9 nn. Bl., 380 S. Pappband der Zeit mit Rückenschild, (Einband mit Folie überzogen, gering berieben). Goedecke I, 483, 18. - Wolfenbütteler Druck nach dem Text der Inkunabel-Ausgabe von 1498. Diente Gottsched für seine 1752 erschienene Übersetzung ins Hochdeutsche. - Ohne das gestochene Frontispiz. - Geschwärzter Eintrag auf Titel und letztem Blatt, leicht braunfleckig, einige Blatt mit Wurmgang am unteren Rand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tresor am Roemer [Frankfurt, Germany]
2012-03-12 15:29:56
Bonfrere, Jacques:
Amsterdam, Rudolf u. Gerard Wetstein, 1711. 6 Bll., 192 S. Imperial-Folio. (47 x 29,5 cm). HLederband d. Zeit auf 7 Bünden. Bestoßen und etwas berieben; Deckel und Kanten beschabt (einige Bezugsläsuren); teils etwas stockfleckig; erste Bll. in der unteren Ecke etwas geknittert und mit kleinem Wasserfleck im Bundsteg; gering gebräunt; zu Beginn leicht fingerfleckig; wohl 4. Druck bzw. Titelauflage des 3. Drucks (Amsterdam, Fr. Halma 1707); die Erstausgabe dieses Lexikons der biblischen Topographie, verfasst von dem belgischen Jesuiten Jacques Bonfrére (1575-1643), erschien 1631 in Paris; vgl. De Backer/ Sommervogel (2. Aufl.) I, 741f. LA [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2012-03-07 11:58:52
BERLANDO DELLA LEGA Matteo - RAVIZZA J. Filippo.
Schmatz,, Cristian-Erlanga [Erlangen], 1711. gr. voll. in-8, pp. (48), 480, (14), (2), (48), (656), bella leg. p. perg. coeva con tit. mss al d. Tagli color. Front. a due colori. L'opera comprende il testo in italiano dei quattro vangeli. La seconda parte, la più importante, è costituita anche da un dialogo tra il catechista e il catecumeno in cui si esprime la dottrina luterana con forti e negative considerazioni sulla chiesa cattolica romana. Belliss. esempl. [MM13-198]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-03-02 20:22:34
Drummond, William (1585-1649)
Printed: 1711 Folio, . First collected edition [4],xlv,[3],243,[1];iv,60p.,plates : ports. ; 20. William Drummond is the last significant figure in Scottish poetry before the Eighteenth Century. The gap between him and Alan Ramsay indicates a crisis in Scottish literary culture brought on by the departure of the Scottish court to London with the accession of James VI of Scotland to the throne of Great Britain. James had been a patron of poets, dabbled in poetry himself and delivered himself of Rewellis and Cautelis [Do's and Don'ts] for its composition. Not only had the court been a centre of literary activity where men of letters such as Drummond's uncle, William Fowler, and his friend William Alexander of Menstrie, later Earl of Stirling, gained employment, it had also given authority to Scots as a literary language. These conditions were now abolished. Poets who had published their work in Scots, followed James in revising it and publishing it in English, and Drummond, who did not go south with the court, was left in a state of cultural bereavement. He made a lot of that melancholy state. He became a poet of retreat and death, like Henry Vaughan during the Interregnum. Drummond was born in 1585, the eldest son of John Drummond, descended through a cadet branch from the Drummonds of Stobhall, Lords Drummond of that ilk since 1471, and of Susannah Fowler, daughter of a well-connected Edinburgh burgess. John Drummond acquired the property of Hawthornden, where the North Esk runs through a romantic gorge near Dalkeith, and was made gentleman usher at the court of James VI i … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-03-02 20:22:34
Drummond, William (1585-1649)
Printed: 1711. Folio, 8.5 X 13 inches. First collected edition [ ],a-l2, m1, a1, B-Z2, Aa-Zz2, Aaa-Qqq2, A2.A-P2. This copy is bound in its original fell calf binding, its joints are cracked but the cords are holding. This is the first edition of Drummond's works, printed under the supervision of his son, it contains a brief life of Drummond and his letters to Ben Jonson and other poets of his day. William Drummond is the last significant figure in Scottish poetry before the Eighteenth Century. The gap between him and Alan Ramsay indicates a crisis in Scottish literary culture brought on by the departure of the Scottish court to London with the accession of James VI of Scotland to the throne of Great Britain. James had been a patron of poets, dabbled in poetry himself and delivered himself of Rewellis and Cautelis [Do's and Don'ts] for its composition. Not only had the court been a centre of literary activity where men of letters such as Drummond's uncle, William Fowler, and his friend William Alexander of Menstrie, later Earl of Stirling, gained employment, it had also given authority to Scots as a literary language. These conditions were now abolished. Poets who had published their work in Scots, followed James in revising it and publishing it in English, and Drummond, who did not go south with the court, was left in a state of cultural bereavement. He made a lot of that melancholy state. He became a poet of retreat and death, like Henry Vaughan during the Interregnum. Drummond was born in 1585, the eldest son of John Drummond, descended through a cadet branch from the D … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-02-28 13:23:47
BUONANNI, FILIPPO
Romæ: Typis Georgii Plachi, 1711. FIRST EDITION n. Hardcover. With a Profusion of Costume Plates Depicting Knightly, Military, Social, and Charitable Orders. 248 x 191 mm (9 3/4 x 7 1/2"). 20 p.l. (including three title pages, one engraved, one in Latin, one in Italian), followed by plates with facing commentary and, at the end, two index leaves. FIRST EDITION. Excellent contemporary sprinkled calf, covers with border in gilt and blind, raised bands, spines handsomely gilt in compartments with large intricate fleuron centerpiece and scrolling cornerpieces, reddish-brown morocco label. WITH A TOTAL OF 167 FULL-PAGE ENGRAVED PLATES: a frontispiece showing Victory perched above military accoutrements, 143 plates (engraved by Giovanni Battista Sintes after Andrea Antonio Orazi) depicting members of various knightly orders in a variety of costumes (each plate facing a text leaf of explication in Latin and Italian), and 23 plates showing the insignia of the orders (usually with several figures on each of these 23 plates). Bookplate of the Macclesfield library on front pastedown, first three leaves with small matching embossed armorial Macclesfield stamp. Brunet I, 1086; Graesse I, 480. Spine and joints with slight dryness and rubbing, several tiny marks to covers, a trivial spot here and there internally, but A REALLY EXCELLENT COPY, the attractive early binding solid and without any serious wear, and THE TEXT AND PLATES UNUSUALLY CLEAN AND FRESH. The illustrations here of members of various "knightly and military orders" are a wonderful source for the costumes of the early 18th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2012-02-26 09:52:25
NARBROUGH, Sir John, et al
London: Printed for D. Brown, W. Innys, and T. Ward, , 1711. I. Sir John Narbrough's Voyage to the South-Sea… II. Captain J. Tasman's Discoveries on the Coast of South Terra Incognita. III. Captain J. Wood's Attempt to Discover a North-East Passage to China. IV. F. Marten's Observations made in Greenland... Octavo (190 ×114 mm). Contemporary panelled calf , neatly rebacked, vermilion morocco label to the spine, raised bands. 3 folding maps and 19 engraved plates, 7 of them folding. Contemporary armorial bookplate of George Tollett, (1696-1727?), of Betley Hall, Staffordshire verso of the title page. Slightly rubbed, corners restored, light browning, the folding maps with splits professionally restored. Second edition, preferred over the first edition "because it has the chart of the western and southern oceans" (Hill). In 1699, Narbrough sailed onboard the Batchelour as part of a commission to find a western opening for the north-west passage and to explore the west coast of the Americas. This account is "of particular interest because of its description of Narbrough's passage in the Batchelour through the Strait of Magellan and into the South Pacific to Chile, which was much read by later navigators, [Narbrough being credited with] one of the first scientific studies of the indigenous population [and] inaugurating an era of research in southern South America that would last for a further two centuries" (Howgego). Also included is Abel Janzoon Tasman's account of his famous voyage of 1642, during which he discovered Tasmania and New Zealand and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-01-24 10:46:32
MOLL, Herman
Atlas Geographus., 1711-17.. Copper engraving. Later colour. Fine condition Size: 17.5 x 25 cm. (7 x 10 inches) What is now Russia with parts of Scandanavia on one side and China on the other shown. The Baltic sea is shown north and the Caspian Sea to the south. Library stamp visible from reverse.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2012-01-23 19:46:51
MOLL, Herman
Atlas Geographus., 1711-17.. Copper engraving. Later colour. Fine condition Size: 18.7 x 17.6 cm. (7� x 7 inches) An interesting map of the coastline of Peru, Equador and Colombia along the Pacific ocean. A library stamp on the reverse is slightly visible at the top centre.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2012-01-05 23:27:56
MOLL, Herman
Atlas Geographus, 1711-17. New England, New York, New Jersey adn Pensilvania &c Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition Size: 17.8 x 25.9 cm An interesting map of the East coast of North America focussing on New England, including New York, New Jersey and Pensylvania. Library stamp very faint. Brown spot in ocean.
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2011-12-27 09:23:53
HEINECCIUS, J.M
Leipzig: Joh. Friedrich Gleditsch und Sohn, 1711. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Three parts in one thick volume with an appendix and an index. 4to. [21.5 x 17 cm], engraved portrait frontispiece, [22], including title printed in red and black, 236, 422, 474, 84, [56] p., with 16 additional engraved plates and one woodcut vignette. Bound in contemporary stiff vellum, covers a bit soiled, spine spotted. Some minor fingersoiling on title and light even toning throughout, but generally a fresh copy, with good impressions of the plates. Scarce first and only edition of the first full-fledged study of the Greek Orthodox Church, extensively illustrated, and an important addition to the nascent German tradition of studying the history of religious traditions without partisan intent. Of particular interest for the theological underpinnings of church architecture. Heineccius was a Lutheran, and he pursues his object of study as an antiquarian and historian, not as a controversialist. The work deals with the foundation and early history of the church as well as contemporary religious practice, treating such topics as the calendar, architecture and ecclesiastical ranks and dress. Organized in three parts, the first covers early history; the second theology; and third contemporary practice. The numerous plates picture architectural ground-plans for churches, ecclesiastical accoutrements, costume, and a bird's-eye view of the patriarch's residence at Constantinople. Johann Michael Heineccius (1674-1722) was a well-known jurist, historian, preacher, and theologia … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-12-11 23:54:07
Oviedo y Herrera, Luis Antonio de:
Madrid. 1711 [i.e. 1712].. Madrid. 1711 [i.e. 1712].. [80],484pp. plus one plate. Small quarto. Contemporary limp vellum, lettered on spine. Some light dampstaining. Very good. In a marbled paper slipcase. Heroic poem detailing the life of Saint Rose of Lima (1586- 1617), the first Catholic saint of the Americas. Rose was born in Lima as Isabel Flores de Oliva. She was canonized in 1671 by Pope Clement X, the first saint from the Western Hemisphere. EUROPEAN AMERICANA records a date of 1712, as the Licencia on leaf 17 has a date of January 6, 1712. The engraved plate shows Saint Rose in her position as patron saint of Peru. Only a handful of copies on OCLC. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 712/166. PALAU 207753. SABIN 58003. MEDINA (BHA) 2170. OCLC 3420933, 83125585.
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2011-12-05 08:00:50
"ASCHAM, ROGER."
London: Benj. Tooke, 1711. London: Benj. Tooke. 1711. "8vo, pp. [12], xiii, [1], 212, [2], 40, [4] ads; 1 full page engraved illustration; full contemporay speckled calf, gilt rules on covers; a very good, sound copy. & & See Printing and the Mind of Man, 90: ""In 1553 [Ascham] began the work which has made him famous, The Scholemaster. The book was occasioned by a debate at dinner with Sir William Cecil and others on the pros and cons of flogging in schools, with Ascham the protagonist of the anti-floggers ... It is not for use in schools ... nor was it really an original or revolutionary work, for the famous plea for gentle persuasion, as opposed to flogging, had been anticipated at Winchester, and had already found support in England. The expression of this humane spirit, however, and the lively defense of the vernacular in The Scholemaster--and perhaps also the touching description of Lady Jane Gray reading the Phaedo while everyone else was out hunting--have made it famous."" & & Alston X, 14; Lowndes I, p. 87: ""A book that will be always useful, and everlastingly esteemed ..."" "
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2011-12-03 12:10:34
Patent Medicine, 18th Century) Tracy, Eben
Printed for Eben Tracy at the Three Bibles on London-Bridge, London 1711 - 1 vols. 12mo. Bookseller's Nostrum, 'from Chili in America'. AdvertisementThere is lately brought from Chili in America a most excellent natural Balsam far exceeding that of Peru and Tokay in curing most Diseases in human Bodies. Tis a Remedy no Man under the Sun can compose, as being a most Odoriferous and Natrual Balsam. It cures all Pains proceeding from Cold, corroborates the Stomach, creates an Appetite, and strengthens the whole Body : It is a wonderful Remedy for all internal Sores, Bruises, Ulcers, &c. and mightily helps all Asthmatical Distempers: 'Tis also a great Cephalick, helping most Diseases of the Head, and strengthening the Brain and Nerves : It kills the Worm, provokes Urine, and is good against the Stone; helps all Fluxes of the Belly [is] excellent in all Diseases of the Ears, especially Deafness : It also cures all manner of green Wounds.Not, It is only to be had of Eben Tracy at the Three Bibles on London-bridge at 1 S, 6 d. the Ounce; the Bottles are Seal'd with the Balsam-tree. Advertisement leaf laid down as backing of terminal leaf, p. [191], with some old paper reinforcements obscuring part of the headline and a few letters. Book is bound in half calf, worn, with numerous contemporary signatures (William Bliss, Mary Rotten, etc.) and pen starts on verso of title and frontispiece
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [U.S.A.]
2011-11-22 23:55:12
Richard
Llundain (London) - Edn Powell 1711 - Three, Welsh religious texts, boud in calf leather. The main text in this volume is a rare translation ofRichard Allestree's bestselling The whole duty of man . Richard Allestree or Allestry (1619 - January 28, 1681), was a Royalist churchman and provost of Eton College from 1665. These texts comprise of sermons and prayers. These are set down in an easy to read way, suitable for all the family. There are 18 chapters to the first book in this volume. Condition: The binding is quite loose. Pages 225 to 240 of the first text and pages 8 to 10 of the third text, are detached but present. Pages 161 to 192 of the first text, are attached loosley by one central chord only. Pages 193 to 224 of the first text are missing. Many other pages are fairly loose. There is considerable wear to the extremities, including chips to the leather. The leather is peeling in several places. The majority of the leather on the spine is detached. The boards are marked and scratched. Internally the pages are stained with brown spots and handling marks throughout. The text is still clearly visible, despite these marks. There is some copperplate writing on the front blank-end papers , in addition to a blue, library stamp, from the theological college in Bala. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rooke Books PBFA
2011-10-09 18:07:04
HOLBERG, LUDVIG.
Kiøbh., Jacob Bornheinrich, 1711. Senere (ca. 1800) pænt hldrbd. m. oph. bd. på ryg, rygforgyldn. og rødt skindtitelfelt på ryg. Små ormehuller på ryg og i falsene. Frontispiece m. marginale reparationer og lidt tab af tryk. Brunplettet. Svag skjold på nogle få blade. (14), 720, 198, (21) pp. ¶ Et udmærket eksemplar af den sjældne originaludgave af Holbergs første bog. Ehr-M. X:54 ff.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2011-10-09 16:01:33
Curtius Rufus, Quintus.
Leipzig, Thomas Fritsch, 1711. Gest., ill. Titel, gedr. Titel in rot und schwarz, (32), 672, (72) SS. Mit 3 gest. Tafeln (Karten) und Druckermarke in Holzschnitt am Titel. Pergamentband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. 8vo. Erste Fritsch-Ausgabe von Curtius? umfangreichem Werk. - Teils etwas wasserrandig bzw. tintenfleckig; Rücken mit kl. Läsuren. Alter Besitzvermerk am Vorsatz. Die Karten zeigen Alexanders Reich von Griechenland bis Indien. - Schweiger II.1, 322. Engelmann/Preuss II, 237.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2011-10-09 15:06:29
Jägerschmid, Johann Victore:
Augsburg, Geiger, 1711. 2 Bl., 124 S. Broschierter Umschlag um 1800. *Der Verfasser war Stadtphysikus der ehem. württ. Reichsstadt Giengen. Bibl. von Rentz 183 (dort datiert: 1712!). Selten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 200
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun [Gengenbach, Germany]
2011-09-03 04:13:25
(HACKMANN, Friedrich August [Hg.])
. Verlegt van Frytag Boeckhändler in Wulffenbüttel 1711. Gr.-8°. (10) Bll., 380 Ss. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, 1 kleinen Holzschnitt und einigen Vignetten. Halbleder d. Zt. (schwach berieben, Rücken an Kopf und Fuß geringfügig restauriert) mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. So erste Ausgabe. Sehr selten. Diese Ausgabe, veranstaltet nach dem Text des Lübecker Drucks von 1498, diente Gottsched als Vorlage für seine Prosaübersetzung von 1752. Als Anhang gehört zu dieser Ausgabe eine alphabetisch geordnete Sammlung von Sittenlehren ("Koker"), verfasst von H. Bote. Vorderer Spiegel mit Besitzereintrag, kleiner Namenseintrag auf Titel; sonst durchgehend leicht gebräunt, aber kaum fleckig. Ein gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Goed. I, 483, 18; Menke S. 275 ff..
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2011-09-03 04:13:25
HACKMANN, Friedrich August [Hg.]).
Verlegt van Frytag Boeckhändler in Wulffenbüttel 1711. Gr.-8 . (10) lvs., 380 pp. With engraved frontispiece, 1 small woodcut and some vignettes. Contemporary half calf (slightly rubbed, head and foot of spine restored), spine label. First edition, rare. Gottsched used this edition which was made after the imprint Luebeck 1498 for his translation of Reineke the Fox. An appendix contains a collection of ethics rules in alphabetical order by H. Bote ("koker" = quiver). Front paste-down with ownership entry, small entry on title, otherwise slightly browned but clean. A well preserved copy. Goed. I, 483, 18; Menke .p. 275/6. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
2011-09-03 04:13:25
REINEKE. – (Hackmann, Friedrich August, Ed.)
Wolfenbüttel, Frytag, 1711. With engr. frontispiece and 2 woodcut figurative vignettes in the text. (9) leaves, 380 pp. Large 8vo. Somewhat later marbled boards with spine label. First edition of Hackmann’s (1678–1734) revision of the Reineke epos, a re-edition of the 1498 Lubeck incunabula, together with the "Koker" (quiver) by Hermann Bote (c. 1460–1520), a collection of proverbs and moral sentences, here in its first printed edition. In the introductory "Programma" Hackmann offers the proof that Hinric von Alkmar (and not Nicolaus Baumann) is the first editor of this popular Low-German verse epos. Hackmann’s edition was the basis of Gottsched’s translation into High-German prose of 1752. – Goedeke I, 483, 18; Borchling/Clausen II, 3885; Ebert 18846; Jantz 1264; KLL 5206 ("Koker"); DBE IV, 299 (Hackmann). – Somewhat browned and foxed throughout. Ms. inscription in ink dated 1826 at the end of the book. Frontispiece expertedly re-fixed. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Peter Bichsel Fine Books GmbH [Zürich, Switzerland]
2011-08-17 14:53:57
STRIDBECK, Johann - BODENEHR, Gabriel.
Stridbeck, Augsburg. 1711 - Questa stampa viene comunemente attribuita al Bodenehr ma l’autore del disegno e dell’incisione è in realtà lo Stridbeck che però non sottoscrisse la lastra. Ai lati destro e sinistro della pianta una nota descrittiva storico-geografica in lingua tedesca, all’interno della pianta 24 toponimi in lingua italiana. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Imago tridenti: incisioni e libri illustrati dal XV al XVIII secolo" di Franco Cappelletti, schede n. 59 a-b-c-d pagg. 225-232. Formato: Incisione su rame di dimensioni 15,9x26,3 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 15% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 250.00 euro.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige
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