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2020-05-26 08:03:05
Comte de Grammont
1713. Mémoires de la vie du Comte de Grammont contenant l'histoire amoureuse de la cour d'Angleterre sous le règne de Charles II. Edition originale de 1713 reliée en maroquin par Chambolle-Duru. Exemplaire de qualité. Antoine HAMILTON MÉMOIRES DE LA VIE DU COMTE DE GRAMMONT ; contenant particulièrement l'histoire amoureuse de la cour d'Angleterre, sous le règne de Charles II. A Cologne [i.e. Rotterdam], chez Pierre Marteau [i.e. Michel Boehm et Caspar Fritsch], 1713 1 volume in-12 (16,6 x 9,5 cm) de IV-426-(2) pages. Reliure plein maroquin rouge de la deuxième moitié du XIXe siècle (vers 1880) signée Chambolle-Duru. Triple-filet doré en encadrement des plats, double-filet doré sur les coupes, dos à nerfs richement orné aux petites fers, jeu de roulettes et filets dorés en encadrement intérieur des plats, doublures et gardes de papier peigne, tranches dorées. Exemplaire soigneusement lavé et réencollé au moment de la reliure. Exemplaire très frais à l'état proche du neuf. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. "Une particularité curieuse distingue l'édition originale de Cologne, 1713. L'éditeur a pris soin d'indiquer en italique tous les mots sur lesquels il pensait que devait s'arrêter l'attention dos lecteurs. On aurait peine à croire, sans en juger par soi-même, à quelle quantité de mots s'est appliqué ce procédé." [et tous les noms des personnes sont en majuscules]. (Gay) Jules Le Petit et Tchémerzine dénombrent 3 tirages sous la même adresse et à la date de 1713. La priorité de l'un sur l'autre n'est absolument pas démontrée, les différences étant très minimes (2 ont une justification quas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, France]
2020-05-25 12:17:05
SAINT-PIERRE, Charles Irenee Castel de (1658-1743)]
Utrecht, chez Antoine Schouten 1713. . 2 volumes. Small 8vo. [VI],400,[9]; [II],423,[9]p. With engraved frontispiece to volume 1. Contemp. calf, backs richly gilt with red label, sides with gilt line borders, marbled edges, minor defect at top and tiny wormhole at foot of back of first volume, very light wear to corners. Without the portrait usually found in volume 2. First edition of the final text of the author's famous Project for eternal peace'. This edition was preceded by three much more concise editions printed in very small numbers only. The first notice of this project dates from 1708 in a small volume titled Memoire sur la reparation des chemins'. The publication of that volume was inspired by a journey made by Castel de Saint-Pierre in the winter of 1706-07 to his native province Normandy during which he had suffered from the miserable condition of the roads. Though the connection does not seem very obvious - Ter Meulen suggests that the roughness of the roads may have reminded him of the lack of smoothness in international relations - yet the volume ends with a notice in which the author remarks that 'during the last 14 days' all his attention was directed to a project 'for the establishment of a permanent arbitrage [between all nations] to settle without war their future differences and to also maintain eternal commerce between them'.The present final version may have been influenced by the author's presence as secretary to Polignac at the difficult peace negotations of Utrecht in 1712. The ultimate version with the title Projet pour rendre la paix perpetuelle … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Matthys de Jongh [Zutphen, Netherlands]
2020-05-22 09:19:04
FRASSINORO
1713. Mm. 306x215. Cc. 6 non numerate. Il manoscritto, cucito e conservato in un cartoncino coevo, si compone di due fascicoli rispettivamente di 4 e 2 carte. Tracce di piegatura, porzione superiore della prima carta asportata, restauri sui margini e lungo le piegature di alcune carte, cucitura rifatta in epoca recente, piccoli strappetti e segni di tarlo. Le carte 2 e 3 contengono i "Capitoli" con alla fine l'approbatio firmata da Carlo Barberini e datata agosto 1713 sotto il ducato di Rinaldo I. La carta 4 contiene la conferma dei capitoli da parte del successore di quest'ultimo Francesco III, firmata da Domenico Giacobazzi e datata 3 aprile 1738, a seguito della richiesta presentata dalla "Comunità ed Uomini di Frassinoro sotto Monte Fiorino". Il secondo bifolio contiene infine l'ultima approbatio a riconferma dei capitoli, in data 18 maggio 1781 (a firma di G. Rangone), sotto il nuovo duca Ercole III con suo stemma a timbro in alto. DOCUMENTO DI GRANDE INTERESSE PER LA STORIA DELLA COMUNITA' MONTANA DI FRASSINORO NEL SETTECENTO. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2020-05-10 21:40:05
Hellwig, Christoph von
Nicolaus Förster, 1713. Wellcome III, 240, Lesky 294 - EA, gr 8, Moderner Ledereinband mit Rückenvergoldung, 3 Bl., 1004 S., 18 Bl. Mit dem Frontispiz. Fliegendes Blatt, Frontispiz und Titelseite fachmännisch hinterlegt. Alter handschriftlicher Besitzeintrag auf dem fliegenden Blatt. Innen gut erhaltenes Exemplar
Bookseller: HoerniliW [Germany]
2020-05-10 14:33:04
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:03
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:03
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:03
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:03
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:03
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:03
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:03
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:03
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:03
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:02
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:02
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:02
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:02
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:02
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:02
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:02
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:02
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:01
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:01
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:01
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:01
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:01
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:01
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:01
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:01
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 14:33:01
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 11:42:12
Crull, Jodocus (D. 1713?)
London : Printed For J. Nutt (Et Al). Crull, Jodocus (D. 1713?) The Antiquities of St. Peter's : Or, the Abbey-Church of Westminster / Containing the Inscriptions and Epitaphs Upon the Tombs and Grave-Stones: with the Lives, Marriages, and Issue of the Most Eminent Personages Therein Reposited; and Their Coats of Arms 2nd impression Hardback London : Printed For J. Nutt (Et Al), 1713 Original Book Publishing Details Author: Crull, Jodocus (D. 1713?)Full title: The Antiquities of St. Peter's : Or, the Abbey-Church of Westminster / Containing the Inscriptions and Epitaphs Upon the Tombs and Grave-Stones: with the Lives, Marriages, and Issue of the Most Eminent Personages Therein Reposited; and Their Coats of ArmsPublisher: London : Printed For J. Nutt (Et Al), 1713Edition: 2nd impressionBinding: HardbackBook ID: 129564 Comments & Item Features Good to very good copy in the original, blind tooled and bordered aniline calf. Period sympathetically re-backed with a red Morocco gilt-blocked label; very impressively finished. Remains uncommonly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 353 pages; Physical desc. : [vii], 351, [15], 56, [4] p. , [24] plates (1 folded somewhat edge-worn) . Subject: Westminster Abbey - Studies. Sepulchral monuments. Epitaphs. [With the 56pp. Supplement) . A reissue of the 1711 edition, with a new titlepage. Language: English ; Latin ; Multiple languages. Referenced by: ESTCT73464. Book Condition Report: Book Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: MW Books Select Antiquarian Books (mwbooks2) [Co. Galway, Ireland]
2020-05-10 11:42:12
Ruinart, Thierry (1657-1709) Ed.
Amstelaedami, Ex Officina Wetsteniana, 1713. Ruinart, Thierry (1657-1709) Ed. Acta Primorum Martyrum Sincera & Selecta. Ex Libris Cum Editis, Tum Manuscriptis Collecta, Eruta Vel Emendata, Notisque & Observationibus Illustrata. Opera & Studio Domni Theodorici Ruinart, ... His Praemittitur Praefatio Generalis..... . ...in Qua Refellitur Dissertatio Undecima Cyprianica Henrici Dodwelli De Paucitate Martyrum Editio secunda Hardback Amstelaedami, Ex Officina Wetsteniana, 1713 Original Book Publishing Details Author: Ruinart, Thierry (1657-1709) Ed.Full title: Acta Primorum Martyrum Sincera & Selecta. Ex Libris Cum Editis, Tum Manuscriptis Collecta, Eruta Vel Emendata, Notisque & Observationibus Illustrata. Opera & Studio Domni Theodorici Ruinart, ... His Praemittitur Praefatio Generalis..... . ...in Qua Refellitur Dissertatio Undecima Cyprianica Henrici Dodwelli De Paucitate MartyrumPublisher: Amstelaedami, Ex Officina Wetsteniana, 1713Edition: Editio secundaBinding: HardbackBook ID: 99116 Comments & Item Features Full contemporary aniline calf, very good; minor rubbing and toning as with age. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a Morocco label. Spine compartments elaborately and uniformly tooled in gilt. An uncommonly good example - scans etc. On request. ; 645 pages; Editio secunda ab ipso auctore recognita, emendata & aucta. Description; [8], LXXVII, [7], 645, [3] p. , [1] c. Di tav. : antip. Calcogr. ; fol. Subjects: Martyrs. Printer's device with the title printed in corresponding red and black. Signatures; a-k4 l6 A-4G4 4H6 4I-4K4 4L6. Book Condition Report: Book Condi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MW Books Select Antiquarian Books (mwbooks2) [Co. Galway, Ireland]
2020-05-09 16:26:13
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-09 13:34:34
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-09 13:34:34
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-09 13:34:34
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-09 13:34:34
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-09 13:34:34
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-09 13:34:34
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-09 13:34:34
Basilius Besler
Nuremberg, 1713. This splendid folio botanical engraving is from Basilius Besler's rare and highly sought after work Hortus Eystettensis, sive Diligens et accurata omnium Plantarum, Florum, Stirpium, ex variis orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quae in celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingentibus, olim conspiciebantur delineatio et ad vivum. The print available is from the third edition published in 1713 in Nuremberg and Eichstatt.The engraving was printed on superior chain-linked, watermarked paper.Bishop-prince Johann Konrad von Gemmingen created a magnificent garden to praise God and celebrate the diversity of creation. In the early 1600s, the bishop-prince commissioned Basilius Besler to create a catalogue of his garden and thus Hortus Eystettensis was produced.Besler’s work, which depicted over 1100 specimens, is still widely considered one of the best botanical works ever created. Most of the plants depicted were drawn at their actual size. The first edition of the work was printed in 1613 and consisted of only about 300 copies. Hortus Eystettensis is truly a masterpiece and one of the most comprehensive and alluring botanical works ever produced. In the preface to an 1806 edition, Franz Seraph Widmann said “.by reason of.the magnificence of its engravings, [this work] deserves to rank high among the rarest works of its kind." --- The work is in very good to excellent condition overall. The work is from 1713 so minor imperfections due to age are to be expected, and most imperfections (if present) can be noted in the pictures. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-05-07 14:51:17
1713. Lünig, Johann Christian. Das teutsche Reichs-Archiv, und zwar pars specialis, nebst dessen I. II. III. und IV. continuation, worinn zu finden, Die merckwürdigsten Allianzen und Bündnisse, Manifesta, Armistitia, Friedens-Schlüsse, Recesse ... Welche concerniren, I. Das Kayser und König-auch Ertz-Hertzogl. Hauß Oesterreich. II. Chur-Fürsten und Stände des Heil. Röm. Reichs insgesamt ... IX. So wohl die Hansee- als auch andere vornehme Handels- und Municipal-Städte. Den berühmtesten Scribenten, raren Manuscriptis, und durch kostbare Correspondenz zusammen getragen,... und zu des gemeinen Wesens Besten ans Licht gegeben. 4 Teile in 1 Band. Leipzig, Lanckische Erben 1713. Folio. [12] Bl., 863 S.; 278 S.; 315 S.; 186 S., [1] Bl. mit 1 Schmuckvignette am Anfang. Hprgt. d. Zt. mit handschr. Rückenschild. ADB XIX, 641. DW 107/143. Graesse IV, 294. Pütter I, 308 ff. Stintzing/Landsberg III/1, 43. - Eine Fundgrube für das deutsche Staatsrecht mit zahlr. Urkunden-Erstdrucken von allgemeiner wie besonderer reichsstädtischer Bedeutung. - Das gesamte 24-teilige Werk gliedert sich in vier Reihen: „Partes generalis & specialis" sowie „Spicilegia seculare & ecclesiasticum". - „Lediglich die entscheidenden Urkunden, nicht auch die langwierigen vorbereitenden Staatsschriften, Deductionen u.s.f., füllen diese 24 Folianten: allein darnach kann man sich denken, welcher Schatz von Grundgesetzen, Verträgen, Privilegien, Testamenten, Lehensbriefen, Verzichtleistungen, Statuten u.s.f. hier angehäuft ist" (Stintzing/L.). - Sehr gutes sauberes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe und Lutz (x-library) [Karlsruhe, Germany]
2020-05-06 14:34:14
1713. Ampio manoscritto miniato in-Folio (35,4 cm x 24 cm). Pp. 2 carte bianche, 1 di Frontespizio, 58, 1 grande carta bianca, 1 tavola, (2), 7 carte bianche, (4) di Indice, 1 carta bianca. Solia e bella legatura coeva in piena pelle nocciola decorata con motivi dorati alla Du Seuil, fermagli in ferro bronzati conservati. Grande stemma araldico miniato e titolo dipinto in policromia al centro della porzione superiore del frontespizio. Elegante calligrafia tonda corsiva perfettamente leggibile. Tutte le pagine presentano una grande bordura rossa delimitata da due linee dorate. Grandi capilettera miniati ed ornati, testatine e finilani dipinti a motivi floreali. Un raffinato e grande albero genealogico più volte ripiegato (58 cm x 40 cm) dipinto e manoscritto all' inchiostro bruno inserito dopo la pagina 58: "Arbor Genealogiae D. Michaelis Santos Martin Velasco". Segue: "Certificacio de las Senoras Abadesa y Portera Mayor del Convento de la Descalzas Reales de la Villa de Madrid. Sor Melchora Maria". Segue: "Indice de las Cossas Mas Notables contenidas en este Vinculo", alla fine dell' indice è disegnato un grande vaso di gusto classico decorato con fiori e stemma nobiliare. Esemplare in più che buono stato di conservazione generale. Questo ampio manoscritto spagnolo, composto su carta pesante, prende in esame in modo scrupoloso e dettagliato la nobile genealogia di D. Miguel de Santos, Martin, Guadalis, y Velasco sin dalle sue antiche origini a partire dal 1480/1490, vengono annotati tutti i matrimoni con i nuovi nati ed i nuovi possedimenti a cui hanno dato origine, suddivi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Dentis (ALAI - ILAB) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2020-05-05 08:28:42
LEEUWENHOEK, A. VAN.
Leyden, J.A. Langerack, 1713. 4to (200 x 155mm). pp. 109, (1), 1 engraved plates, 18 engravings in the text and 1 woodcut. Second edition of letters 48-52 sent to the Royal Society in London. "Collected letters of the Dutch pioneer in microscopy, the first to describe bacteria, red blood corpuscles, spermatozoa" (Horblit 65).//Dobell 9a.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat JUNK B.V. (Natural History Booksellers since 1899) [Netherlands]
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2020-05-03 00:42:59
Leiser Christian Gottfried - Leisero Christiano
apud Haered. Friderici Lanckisii, 1713. Qualche foro di tarlo al dorso, legatura allentata e con piccoli difetti all'interno, alcune carte brunite e macchiate ma sempre marginalmente, alcuni segni coevi di china ma senza fastidio al testo, pochi fori di tarlo e strappetti alle prime pagine Primo frontespizio riccamente illustrato con scena rurale, testatine, capilettera ornati, finalini. Raro lavoro di diritto agrario tedesco arricchito di sette tavole incise.
Bookseller: Libreria Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-04-29 18:23:23
O. O. Artikeldetails Gegen-Informatio Uber die den 16. Martii Anno 1713. zu Regenspurg unter der Hand außgetheilte so Rubricierte "Gründliche Informatio Von der Toggenburger Freyheite[n] Und Gerechtigkeiten ..." ; Das ist: Gegen-Informatio von der Reichs-Lehenbaren Ober- und Land-Herrlichkeit in Toggenburg, Und Dero nachgesetzten Freyheiten ... ; Gegen-Informatio über die den 16. Martii Anno 1713 zu Regenspurg ... außgetheilte ... Informatio ... [Toggenburger Krieg.] - O. O., 1713. 4 Bll., 180, 40 S. HLdr. d. Zt. 32 x 20 cm. Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 24524 Bemerkungen: Die Schweizer Landschaft Toggenburg war einige der wenigen Regionen in der Alten Eidgenossenschaft, in der beide Konfessionen nebeneinander zugelassen waren. Zur Abtei St. Gallen gehörig war das Verhältnis sehr gespannt, was 1707 zu einer Unabhängigkeitserklärung und zu einem die ganz Eidgenossenschaft betreffenden Krieg führte. 1718 kam es zum Badener Frieden, Toggenburg musste die Herrschaft des Abtes anerkennen, bekam aber eine stärkere Autonomie zugesprochen.EUR 850,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2020-03-21).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, Germany]
2020-04-25 20:17:09
Comte de Grammont
1713. Mémoires de la vie du Comte de Grammont contenant l'histoire amoureuse de la cour d'Angleterre sous le règne de Charles II. Edition originale de 1713 reliée en maroquin par Chambolle-Duru. Exemplaire de qualité. Antoine HAMILTON MÉMOIRES DE LA VIE DU COMTE DE GRAMMONT ; contenant particulièrement l'histoire amoureuse de la cour d'Angleterre, sous le règne de Charles II. A Cologne [i.e. Rotterdam], chez Pierre Marteau [i.e. Michel Boehm et Caspar Fritsch], 1713 1 volume in-12 (16,6 x 9,5 cm) de IV-426-(2) pages. Reliure plein maroquin rouge de la deuxième moitié du XIXe siècle (vers 1880) signée Chambolle-Duru. Triple-filet doré en encadrement des plats, double-filet doré sur les coupes, dos à nerfs richement orné aux petites fers, jeu de roulettes et filets dorés en encadrement intérieur des plats, doublures et gardes de papier peigne, tranches dorées. Exemplaire soigneusement lavé et réencollé au moment de la reliure. Exemplaire très frais à l'état proche du neuf. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. "Une particularité curieuse distingue l'édition originale de Cologne, 1713. L'éditeur a pris soin d'indiquer en italique tous les mots sur lesquels il pensait que devait s'arrêter l'attention dos lecteurs. On aurait peine à croire, sans en juger par soi-même, à quelle quantité de mots s'est appliqué ce procédé." [et tous les noms des personnes sont en majuscules]. (Gay) Jules Le Petit et Tchémerzine dénombrent 3 tirages sous la même adresse et à la date de 1713. La priorité de l'un sur l'autre n'est absolument pas démontrée, les différences étant très minimes (2 ont une justification quas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, France]
2020-04-25 11:57:04
Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, um 1713. Von Joseph Friedrich Leopold. 45,8 x 58,8 cm (Darstellung) / 50,5 x 60,0 cm (Blatt). - Oben rechts in der Kartusche zweisprachig betitelt "Grundriss der Stadt u. Vestungen Freiburg". Ferner mit einer Legende versehen, die auch historische Begebenheiten erläutert. Unten in der Platte mit der Signatur des Verlegers "Joseph Friderich Leopold excudit". - Sehr detailreiche Ansicht der Breisgauer Stadt mit dem Grundriss nebst den alten Befestigungsanlagen aus dem Dreißigjährigen Krieg und dem unmittelbaren Umland mit dem Verlauf der Dreisam. Mit kolorierten Belagerungslinien der französischen Armee. Dekoriert ist die Vedute mit einer kolorierten Himmelsrose und einem Meilenzeiger. Militärhistorisch interessantes Belegstück. - Mit der normalen Verlagsbugfalte. Diese etwas brüchig und faltspurig sowie im Ganzen hinterlegt. Insgesamt noch gut erhalten. - - (1668 Augsburg - 1727 ebenda). Deutscher Kupfer- und Notenstecher sowie Kunst- und Musikverleger. Vater des bekannten Kupfer- und Notenstechers Johann Christian Leopold. Die Verlegerfamilie veröffentlichte zwischen 1710 und 1750 zahlreiche Grafiken und Städteansichten und unterhielt einen der bedeutendsten Musiknoten-Verlage. Bekannt wurde Leopold auch für seine Vorlagenbücher ausländischer Ornamentformen.
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
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2020-04-25 11:57:04
Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, um 1713. 31,8 x 39,4 cm (Darstellung) / 34,5 x 41,4 cm (Blatt). - Oben rechts in der Kartusche betitelt "Fribourg". Ferner mit einer Legende versehen. Die Ansicht unten nochmals betitelt "Vue de Fribourg". - Seltene barocke Doppelvedute der Breisgauer Stadt mit dem Grundriss nebst den alten Befestigungsanlagen aus dem Dreißigjährigen Krieg und dem unmittelbaren Umland. Die dekorative Panoramaansicht unten zeigt die Stadt aus der Anhöhe und dem Verlauf der Dreisam. - Im Rand leicht gebräunt. Im Ganzen gut erhalten. -
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
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2020-04-23 17:01:17
Francois Deseine
Pierre vander AA, Leide, 1713. With 4 engraved titles and frontispiece in part 1,wIth 122(of 123) plates and 4 maps. Part 2 missing page 445 and 446 and 1 plate. Weight (kg): 0,973 Height (cm): 16 Width (cm): 9,5 Thickness (cm): 9,7 , Illustrated 16MO Sextodecimo 16mo Part 1: 2 Blank(s) / Engraved Title / Frontispiece / Title Page / 26 NNP / 1-284 P / Blank(s) / 53 Engraving(s) / 3 Map(s) Part 2: 2 Blank(s) / Engraved Title / 285-580(missing 445 and 446) P / 2 Blank(s) / 61(of 62) Engraving(s) Part 3: 2 Blank(s) / Engraved Title / 581-988 P / 2 Blank(s) / 8 Engraving(s) / 1 Map(s) Part 4: 2 Blank(s) / Engraved Title / 989-1148 P / 2 Blank(s) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Meuzelaar [Heusden, Netherlands]
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