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2016-03-05 13:34:16
KÖLN:
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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HAINAUT (Hennegau) / Belgien:
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-03-05 13:34:16
NAMUR (Namen / Nameur) Belgien / Belgium:
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-03-05 13:34:16
MECHELEN (Malines) / Prov. Antwerpen / Vlaanderen:
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-02-26 17:04:50
FRIESLAND (Frisia) / Niederlande (Netherlands):
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Atlas Soulage . b. Pieter van der Aa in Leiden, um 1714, 14,5 x 19 De Rijke - Frisia Dominium, Kaarten van de provincie Friesland tot 1850, 43.2; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 352:51, Part 5, 3. - Zeigt Friesland mit den Inseln Ameland, Vlieland und Terschelling. - Unten links runde Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Meilenzeiger. - In der Nordsee Windrose. - Extrem seltene Karte aus dem "L'Atlas Soulagé ." den Pieter van der Aa um 1714 herausgegeben hat. - Er verwendete fast alle Karten aus Janssonius's Atlas Minor als Grundlage und veränderte die Kartuschen, fügte Windrosen hinzu, entfernte alle Texte, Kustoden und Nummern sowie eine teilweise Veränderung der Typographie. - Van der Krogt kennt nur ein komplettes Exemplar des Atlases (der Atlas besteht aus 9 Teilen) in der Universitätsbibliothek Leiden. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2016-02-26 17:04:50
UTRECHT / Niederlande (Nederland / Netherlands):
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Atlas Soulage . b. Pieter van der Aa in Leiden, um 1714, 16 x 19,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 352:51, Part 5, 7. - Zeigt den Großraum von Utrecht. - Am rechten Rand Meilenzeiger. - Extrem seltene Karte aus dem "L'Atlas Soulagé ." den Pieter van der Aa um 1714 herausgegeben hat. - Er verwendete fast alle Karten aus Janssonius's Atlas Minor als Grundlage und veränderte die Kartuschen, fügte Windrosen hinzu, entfernte alle Texte, Kustoden und Nummern sowie eine teilweise Veränderung der Typographie. - Van der Krogt kennt nur ein komplettes Exemplar des Atlases (der Atlas besteht aus 9 Teilen) in der Universitätsbibliothek Leiden. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2016-02-26 16:32:21
DE BRUYN, Cornelis.
Paris: Guillaume Cavelier,, 1714. C'est-à-dire, Dans les Principaux Endroits de l'Asie Mineure, Dans les Isles de Chio, Rhodes, et Chypre, etc. De même que dans les plus Considerable Villes d'Egypte, de Syrie, Et de la Terre Sainte' Enrichi de plus de Deux Cens Tailles-douces, Où sont représentées les plus célébres Villes, Païs, Bourgs, et autres choses dignes de remarque, le tout dessiné d'aprés nature. Folio in fours (330 × 205 mm). Contemporary sheep, spine richly gilt in compartments with repeating floral design, gilt-lettered buff morocco label to second, French fillet along joints and single rules to remaining board-edges in blind, all edged red, marbled endpapers. Title-page printed in red and black, 3 woodcut initial figures and one floral headpiece, frequent woodcut floral tailpieces; profusely engraved with frontispiece, portrait of the author after Godfrey Kneller, 57 plates of which 3 double-page, 42 folding plates of which 17 double-page, and 25 illustrations to the letterpress, comprising in total over 200 discrete images. Laid-in manuscript note in German, Suetterlin script. Corners bumped and rubbed, a few mild scuffs to front board, superficial stripping to rear, variable light tanning to text and plates with occasional faint offsetting as often, two-inch closed tear to bottom edge of folding map, a few folding plates faintly creased along fore-edges, overall a very good, tall copy with generous margins. Second edition in French of this most lavish of Middle Eastern travel accounts. "Bruyn left Holland for Italy in 1674. In 1678 he went on to Smyrna and tra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2016-02-26 12:41:39
Spinniker, Adriaan
Haarlem / Izaak van der Vinne, 1714. 220 S. HPgtm. d. Z. Sprache: Niederländisch, Mit 48 v. 50 Textillustrationen sowie Titelillustration & ganzseitiges Frontispiz. Einband mit leichten Bereibungen; es fehlen die Seiten 33/34 & 63/64; Seiten sehr vereinzelt minimal stockfleckig; sonst wohlerhaltenes Exemplar! 2200 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eugen Küpper [Muenster, Germany]
2016-02-26 08:46:41
[LIVRES ANCIENS] - ANONYME
Paris, Chez F. Hurand, rue Saint - Jacques, 1714; in - 4, 65 planches, Relié demi - cuir, dos lisse. 65 portraits gravés par l'Ormessin, avec en dessous, un abrégé historique sous chacun contenant leur naissance, inclinations et actions plus remarquables pendant leurs règnes.
Bookseller: Librairie Alphabets
2016-02-19 22:24:22
[SCOTS CORPORATION]
London: printed in the year 1714. 4to., 14 + 10pp., general minor paper browning and a little foxing, a few page numerals just shaved where head margin cut close, bound in early/mid 20th century quarter leather over marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt. Generally a pretty good copy. First edition: very rare. ESTC & OCLC locate only a handful of libraries with copies (viz. BL + NLS + Bodleian + Toronto + Folger). Hanson 2099 (i.e. the BL copy). Not in Kress, Massie or Goldsmiths - although Massie lists the 1718 reissue and Goldsmiths has an edition of 1756. The Scots Hospital of Charles II was founded in 1665 with a large charitable donation from a rich expatriate Scot living in London. The eight governors of the Corporation were all to be 'honest men, natives of Scotland, and inhabitants of London or Westminster'. Their assistants were all to be 'Scots-men, or of Scots extraction'. Their charitable objectives were 'supporting honest old and decay'd persons, and instructing and imploying poor orphans, being all Scots, or come of Scots, but by no means of vagrant beggars or dissolute persons ...'. The charity was 'almost stifled in the birth; for the Plague, which then almost dispeopled London, and the dreadful conflagration that laid it in ashes the year following, if not wholly crush'd, yet suspended for some time the execution of this noble design ...'. The context in which the Scots Corporation flourished was the discriminatory English Poor Law system which was hardly altered until the 1830s. 'One pervasive source of distress was the ineligibility of certain classes of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books
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2016-02-18 15:36:42
Textiles]
[London, 1714. Broadsheet, 14 x 9 inches. Printed docket title on verso. Dbd. Early folds; early stab holes in left margin. Small portion of inner margin excised, with no loss to text. Some foxing and light offsetting. Very good. An early and interesting petition proposing a new set of rules for clothing merchants buying cloth on credit. The document describes the economic relationships between the various branches of the woolen industry (drapers, factors, traders, etc.) and argues that the proposed system will lead to lower prices, employment of the poor, and better British competition against foreigners in the trade. It is among the first examples of commercial lobbying literature, which first began proliferating during the major changes in British government in the mid- 1710s. ESTC lists copies at four locations in the United Kingdom and four in the United States, at the California State Library, Columbia, Harvard, and Johns Hopkins. HANSON 1966.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-02-17 12:21:47
Lucas, Paul Lucas, 1664-1737.
Avec approbation & Priviege du Roy, 1714. Vol 1. 24 + 244 pages, + vol 2 Title page + blank rear, then pages 245-499 + 3 pages "Privilege du roy". Full leather binding in Very good condition, minor edge & corner rubbing, Spine in good condition (see scan). Contents very good, clean & tight, no inscriptions. A few pages only with signs of corner tip fold, a few pages with a very small stain. It looks as if the binder made a mistake and forgot to insert the illustrations & map as they are missing and no sign of them ever being inserted. This may also account for it being in such good condition. It also retains its endpages front and rear with no inscriptions, just staining to edges from the glue used in the original binding process. The Voyage of the Sieur by Paul Lucas in Levant. Containing a description of Upper Egypt, along the Nile, from Cairo to the Cataracts; . 2nd vol.Contains the description of Persia, with relationship in the Ottoman Empire and lots more. All text in French. Size: 10.5 x 17cm.approx [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Malcolm Books [Thetford, United Kingdom]
2016-02-16 20:06:32
Rotherham, John]
[London, 1714. Small folio broadsheet. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Mild foxing. Very good. A petition to Parliament by John Rotherham, charging that massive fraud has been committed in drawbacks on tobacco imports. Rotherham, a long-time tobacco trader, states that a full quarter of the year's tobacco was falsely marked as damaged by traders in order to avoid paying duties. He recommends that to prevent this fraud, all tobacco marked damaged should be destroyed. He also recommends that a current bill for "Lessening the Draw- back on Tobacco carry'd into Ireland" be extended to include tobacco arriving in Britain and requests a "Recompense suitable to his Service." The document is among the earliest examples of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating during the major changes in British government in the mid-1710s. ESTC records four copies in Great Britain and three in the United States, at the California State Library, New York Public Library, and the National Archives. GOLDSMITHS 5124. HANSON 1990.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-02-06 20:58:56
BRABANT:
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Nouveau Petit Atlas ou Nouvelles Cartes Geographiques . b. Pieter van der Aa in Leiden, um 1714, 15 x 20,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 352:51, 34. - Zeigt das Herzogtum Brabant. - Unten links eckige Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - Oben rechts bei Rotterdam Windrose. - Extrem seltene Karte aus dem "Nouveau Petit Atlas" den Pieter van der Aa um 1714 herausgegeben hat. - Er verwendete fast alle Karten aus Janssonius's Atlas Minor als Grundlage und veränderte die Kartuschen, fügte Windrosen hinzu, entfernte alle Texte, Kustoden und Nummern sowie eine teilweise Veränderung der Typographie. - Van der Krogt kennt nur ein komplettes Exemplar des Atlases (der Atlas besteht aus 9 Teilen) in der Universitätsbibliothek Leiden. BRABANT: 'Le Duché De Brabant.': oldcoloured cooper-engraving from "Nouveau Petit Atlas ou Nouvelles Cartes Geographiques ." by Pieter van der Aa in Leiden (Netherland), 15 x 20,5 cm, ca. 1714 *van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 352:51,348. - The map shows Brabant. - At the bottom left square titelcartouche. - At the bottom right cartouche with mileage scale. - At the top right wind rose. - Extremely rare map from the "Nouveau Petit Atlas" appeared by Pieter van der Aa 1714. - He almost used maps from Janssonius's "Atlas Minor" as the basis and changed the cartouches, added wind roses, removed text, numbers and shelfmark and by a part of maps he changed the typography. - Van der Krogt knows only one complete copy of the atlas (the atlas consists of 9 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2016-02-06 20:58:56
PFALZ:
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-02-05 17:10:24
ÖSTERREICH (Austria):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-02-01 14:02:34
RUSSLAND (Russia):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-02-01 14:02:34
TÜRKISCHES REICH (Turkish Empire / Ottoman Empire):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-02-01 14:02:34
AFRIKA (Africa):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-01-27 01:16:18
BRETAGNE - NORMANDIE - MAINE / Frankreich (France):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-01-19 20:11:55
SKANDINAVIEN (Scandinavia / Scandia):
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Nouveau Petit Atlas ou Nouvelles Cartes Geographiques . b. Pieter van der Aa in Leiden, um 1714, 13,5 x 20 Nicht bei van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici. - van der Krogt kennt die Karte nur im "Atlas Soulage" Part 2, aber nicht aus dem "Nouveau Petit Atlas". - Zeigt Skandinavien mit Norwegen, Schweden, Finnland, Estland und den nordwestlichen Teil von Russland. - Unten rechts eckige Titelkartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - Im Europäischem Nordmeer Windrose. - Extrem seltene Karte aus dem "Nouveau Petit Atlas" den Pieter van der Aa um 1714 herausgegeben hat. - Er verwendete fast alle Karten aus Janssonius's Atlas Minor als Grundlage und veränderte die Kartuschen, fügte Windrosen hinzu, entfernte alle Texte, Kustoden und Nummern sowie eine teilweise Veränderung der Typographie. - Van der Krogt kennt nur ein komplettes Exemplar des Atlases (der Atlas besteht aus 9 Teilen) in der Universitätsbibliothek Leiden. - Vorliegende Karte nicht in diesem Exemplar bekannt! SKANDINAVIEN (Scandinavia / Scandia): 'La Norvegue Et La Suede.': oldcoloured cooper-engraving from "Nouveau Petit Atlas ou Nouvelles Cartes Geographiques ." by Pieter van der Aa in Leiden (Netherland), 13,5 x 20 cm, ca. 1714 *Nicht bei van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B. - The map shows Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and the northwest part of Russia. - At the bottom right square titelcartouche with mileage scale. - In the northsea wind rose. - Extremely rare map from the "Nouveau Petit Atlas" appeared by Pieter van der Aa 1714. - He almost used maps from Jans … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Germany]
2016-01-13 13:11:41
MANDEVILLE, Bernard de (1670-1733);
London printed for J. Tonson, at Shakespear's-Head, over-against Katherine-Street in the Strand / printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Wa MDCCXIV [1714] Two octavo volumes, complete: [16],477(400 misnumbered 352),[1]; [2],xxx,432,[24]pp, title page of vol. II a cancel withb"C" of "Cicero" in the quotation below second "m" of "Commenta." Fourth Edition [1725] of the first part; Second Edition [1733] of the second part. Contemporary calf, Cambridge-style boards paneled in blind, skillfully rebacked with spines in six compartments divided by gilt-ruled raised bands, red morocco lettering pieces gilt, edges speckled red, plain period end papers. A superb set, end papers tanned at margins else internally clean and crisp, bindings square and tight. Provenance: copper-engraved armorial bookplate of Newton Charles Ogle / Kirkley [Hall] on front paste downs. Ogle (1850-1912) descended from landed gentry prominent in Northumberland from before the time of the Norman Conquest. Rothschild 1371. New Palgrave III, 298. Ashley Library III, p. 114. NCBEL II, 1096. ESTC Citation Nos. T77575 and T77578. Near Fine
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd.
2016-01-13 13:11:41
[CORTEZ] SOLÍS Y RIBADENEYRA, Antonio de (1610-1686) ;
Paris Par la Compagnie des Libraires MDCCXIV [1714] Complete in two duodecimo volumes. [34],537,[19]; [14],494,[18]pp, with 2 folding maps and 11 plates (10 if which folding, including ). Contemporary full tobacco-brown continental calf, ribbed spines in six compartments (two of which lettered in gilt), upper covers with gilt royal escutcheons (defaced), edges sprinkled red, plain period end papers, gold silk page-markers. WorldCat lists only five copies, all in the United States. A Fine unsophisticated set, in handsome bindings Sabin, generally clean and bright with excellent impressions of the plates. Alden 714/129. Palau 318678. Cox II, p. 239. Sabin 86477. Hill 1600 (for the first Madrid edition).
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd.
2016-01-10 18:08:22
Homer
A Paris: Chez Gregoire Dupuis, 1714 First edition. Later boards, covered with a leaf from an early printed book., edges sprinkled red. . Two parts in one, octavo. Copper-engraved frontispiece, one vignette, and twelve engraved plates. Old oval library stamp on title-page ("Bibliothèque de la Daviere"). Endpapers lightly foxed, some leaves a bit toned. A very good copy. This work was the subject of a historic literary controversy. In 1699 the highly regarded scholar Anne Dacier (1645-1720) made a translation of the Iliad from the Greek. Antoine Houdar de la Motte (1672-1731), French author of operas and ballets, who knew no Greek, made this translation of the Iliad into verse, based upon her work. It took great liberties with the text, and was accompanied by a long essay, stating why the original version of Homer did not suit his own taste. Madame Dacier attacked him in the same year in her work, Des causes de la corruption du goût. Regardless of the merits of his position, De la Motte's essay was a model of witty and excellent prose, and it gained him supporters. A second edition appeared in 1720.
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I
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2016-01-10 18:08:22
Homer.
A Paris: Chez Gregoire Dupuis, 1714. - This work was the subject of a historic literary controversy. In 1699 the highly regarded scholar Anne Dacier (1645-1720) made a translation of the Iliad from the Greek. Antoine Houdar de la Motte (1672-1731), French author of operas and ballets, who knew no Greek, made this translation of the Iliad into verse, based upon her work. It took great liberties with the text, and was accompanied by a long essay, stating why the original version of Homer did not suit his own taste. Madame Dacier attacked him in the same year in her work, Des causes de la corruption du gožt. Regardless of the merits of his position, De la Motte's essay was a model of witty and excellent prose, and it gained him supporters. A second edition appeared in 1720. Two parts in one, octavo. 207, [1], 15, [9] pp. Copper-engraved frontispiece, one vignette, and twelve engraved plates. Later boards, covered with a leaf from an early printed book., edges sprinkled red. Old oval library stamp on title-page ("Bibliothque de la Daviere"). Endpapers lightly foxed, some leaves a bit toned. A very good copy. First edition. This is a scarce book: OCLC notes thirteen copies in North America (Columbia, Cornell, Berkeley, the Library of Congress, the University of Chicago, the Universities of Illinoix, Indiana, Kansas, and Michigan, Duke, Princeton, Brown, and the UniversitŽ Laval). Cioranescu 36534. See Cohen, Guide de l'Amateur de Livres ˆ Gravures, col. 494. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A.
2016-01-10 00:05:37
Homer
A Paris: Chez Gregoire Dupuis, 1714 First edition. Later boards, covered with a leaf from an early printed book., edges sprinkled red. . Two parts in one, octavo. Copper-engraved frontispiece, one vignette, and twelve engraved plates. Old oval library stamp on title-page ("Bibliothèque de la Daviere"). Endpapers lightly foxed, some leaves a bit toned. A very good copy. This work was the subject of a historic literary controversy. In 1699 the highly regarded scholar Anne Dacier (1645-1720) made a translation of the Iliad from the Greek. Antoine Houdar de la Motte (1672-1731), French author of operas and ballets, who knew no Greek, made this translation of the Iliad into verse, based upon her work. It took great liberties with the text, and was accompanied by a long essay, stating why the original version of Homer did not suit his own taste. Madame Dacier attacked him in the same year in her work, Des causes de la corruption du goût. Regardless of the merits of his position, De la Motte's essay was a model of witty and excellent prose, and it gained him supporters. A second edition appeared in 1720.
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/I
2016-01-06 12:47:02
HOLLAND:
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-01-05 14:30:36
SCHOTTLAND (Scotland):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-01-05 14:30:36
SCHOTTLAND (Scotland):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2016-01-01 12:09:24
NIEDERRHEIN:
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2015-12-31 00:47:42
UNGARN (Hungary):
1714. Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Nouveau Petit Atlas ou Nouvelles Cartes Geographiques . b. Pieter van der Aa in Leiden, um 1714, 14 x 19 Nicht bei Szántai, Atlas Hungaricus 1528-1850, Vol. I; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 352:51, 25. - Zeigt Ungarn. - Unten links eckige Titelkartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - Am linken Rand Windrose. - Extrem seltene Karte aus dem "Nouveau Petit Atlas" den Pieter van der Aa um 1714 herausgegeben hat. - Er verwendete fast alle Karten aus Janssonius's Atlas Minor als Grundlage und veränderte die Kartuschen, fügte Windrosen hinzu, entfernte alle Texte, Kustoden und Nummern sowie eine teilweise Veränderung der Typographie. - Van der Krogt kennt nur ein komplettes Exemplar des Atlases (der Atlas besteht aus 9 Teilen) in der Universitätsbibliothek Leiden. UNGARN (Hungary) 'La Hongrie.': oldcoloured cooper-engraving from "Nouveau Petit Atlas ou Nouvelles Cartes Geographiques ." by Pieter van der Aa in Leiden (Netherland), 14 x 19 cm, ca. 1714 *Not by Szántai, Atlas Hungaricus 1528-1850, Vol. I; van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 352:51, 25. - The map shows Hungary. - At the bottom left square titelcartouche and mileage scale. - At the left side wind rose. - Extremely rare map from the "Nouveau Petit Atlas" appeared by Pieter van der Aa 1714. - He almost used maps from Janssonius's "Atlas Minor" as the basis and changed the cartouches, added wind roses, removed text, numbers and shelfmark and by a part of maps he changed the typography. - Van der Krogt knows only one complete copy of the atlas (the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2015-12-29 19:19:29
PROVENCE (Côte d' Azur) / Frankreich (France):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2015-12-28 18:17:31
ASIEN (Asia):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2015-12-27 09:07:27
2015-12-20 07:31:52
ISRAEL (Palästina / Palestine):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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2015-12-19 14:57:41
NIEDERLANDE (Nederland / Netherlands):
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Nouveau Petit Atlas ou Nouvelles Cartes Geographiques . b. Pieter van der Aa in Leiden, um 1714, 15,5 x 20,5 van der Heijden, Old maps of the Netherlands 1548-1794, 118 (2. state); van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 352:51, 31. - Zeigt die 17 niederländischen Provinzen. - Oben rechts eckige Titelkartusche mit Erklärungen. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. - In der Nordsee Windrose. - Extrem seltene Karte aus dem "Nouveau Petit Atlas" den Pieter van der Aa um 1714 herausgegeben hat. - Er verwendete fast alle Karten aus Janssonius's Atlas Minor als Grundlage und veränderte die Kartuschen, fügte Windrosen hinzu, entfernte alle Texte, Kustoden und Nummern sowie eine teilweise Veränderung der Typographie. - Van der Krogt kennt nur ein komplettes Exemplar des Atlases (der Atlas besteht aus 9 Teilen) in der Universitätsbibliothek Leiden. NIEDERLANDE (Nederland / Netherlands): 'Les XVII Provinces Ou Les Pais Bas.': oldcoloured cooper-engraving from "Nouveau Petit Atlas ou Nouvelles Cartes Geographiques ." by Pieter van der Aa in Leiden (Netherland), 15 x 20,5 cm, ca. 1714 *van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 352:51.1, 31. - The map shows the Netherland with the 17 provinces. - At the top right square titelcartouche. - At the bottom right cartouche with mileage scale. - In the North Sea wind rose. - Extremely rare map from the "Nouveau Petit Atlas" appeared by Pieter van der Aa 1714. - He almost used maps from Janssonius's "Atlas Minor" as the basis and changed the cartouches, added wind roses, re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2015-12-17 18:47:03
Rader, Matthäus:
Johann Caspar Bencard,, Augsburg, 1714 - 3 Teile in einem Band. Augsburg, Johann Caspar Bencard, 1714. Ca. 32,5 x 22 cm. (26) S., 412 [recte 420] Seiten, mit 64 Kupfertafeln; (6) S., 355 [recte 357] Seiten, mit einem Textkupfer und 47 Kupfertafeln; (6) S., 412 [recte 414] Seiten, mit 23 Kupfertafeln. Halblederband der Zeit. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Der Südtiroler Matthäus Rader (1561-1634) trat 1581 in Innsbruck in die Societas Jesu ein und wurde auf Anordnung Hrz. Maximilians I. von Bayern 1612 ans Münchner Kolleg bei St. Michael versetzt. ". führt die hagiographische "Bavaria sancta et pia" (1615-28, deutsche Übersetzung von M. Rassler 1714) die territoriale und konfessionelle Geschichtsschreibung zusammen. Die mit hochrangigen Kupferstichen (Sadeler, Kager) ausgestattete Prunkausgabe wurde in Bayern in den folgenden Jahrhunderten mehrfach nachgeahmt." (Alois Schmid in NDB). Die prächtigen Tafeln zeigen die Heiligen und Seligen Bayerns in teils dramatischen Szenen in freier Landschaft oder vor klösterlichem Hintergrund. Mit insgesamt 135 (von 136) fast ganzseitigen Textkupfern, es fehlt das Frontispiz. Außerdem fehlt - wie bei allen bekannten Exemplaren - das Blatt 201/202 in Teil 2). Einband stark berieben und bestoßen, Rücken mit Fehlstellen am Gelenk, Deckel etwas gelockert. Vortitel, Titelei und bis Seite 10 am Falz mit braunen Kleberesten von Tesafilm (Titelblatt am Falz längs- und quer braunfleckig, Text nicht betroffen). Bis Seite 30 die Lagen gelockert und einige Blatt lose. Einige Blätter mit Einrissen (nur zwei Tafeln davon leicht betroffen). Seiten am Rand etwas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rainer Kurz - Antiquariat
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2015-12-14 18:37:48
LEIBNIZ, Gottfried Wilhelm
Amsterdam: Isaac Troyel, 1714. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. Three parts in two volumes. 12mo (163 x 93 mm). [36], 386; [2], 216, 132 pp. Drop title Discours de la conformite? de la foy avec la raison on page 1 of first volume, separate title-page to part two and separate pagination with drop title Reflections sur l'ouvrage que M. Hobbes on p.1 of third part in second volume. Contemporary leather, spines with 5 raised bands gilt in compartments (rubbed, old paper label to foot of spines). Internally only little browned, minor spotting in places. Provenance: College Royal de Juilly (shelf-mark to free endpaper, small stamp and inscription to title pages). A fine set of a very rare edition. Second edition of the most popular work published in his lifetime. Consciously written at a popular level, this became the most widely read of his works. Leibniz coined the term "theodicy" here to mean "justice of God" or that branch of philosophy seeking to reconcile the existence of evil with the assumption of a benevolent God. Composed as a response to Pierre Bayle's view that faith and reason are in opposition, Leibniz tries to reconcile philosophy and theology. "In the preface to the Theodicee, Leibniz declares that there are two famous labyrinths in which our reason goes astray: the one relates to the problem of liberty (which is the principal subject of the Theodicee), the other to the problem of continuity and the antimonies of the infinite" (DSB). The work was composed with the encouragement of Sophia Charlotte of Brandenburg, who wished a reply to Pierre Bayl … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-12-13 20:02:05
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2015-12-13 16:56:33
New York City Liquor License]
[New York: Printed by William Bradford, 1714. Broadside, 7 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches. Light foxing. Very good. An unrecorded printed blank form for a retail alcohol sales license in New York city, produced for the Mayor's office during the first two decades of New York printing. The final lines of the form date the printing to the reign of Queen Anne (1702-14), during which time William Bradford was the only working printer in New York. William Bradford (1663-1752) was the "pioneering printer of the English middle colonies" (DAB) - the first in both Pennsylvania and New York. He originally settled in Pennsylvania, where he began operating a printing press in 1685 and a bookstore in 1688. Various controversies led to significant legal hassles there, including the temporary seizure of his types and paper in 1692, and in 1693 Bradford answered a call to come to New York and print the acts of assembly and other official papers for the colonial council. No records have been found locating an alcohol license form printed in New York earlier than the present document, making this the first known example of its kind. DAB II, pp.563-64.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2015-12-11 15:03:54
Fortescue, John; Fortescue-Aland, John [intro.]
London: Printed by W Bowyer for E Parker and T Ward, 1714. 230mm x 150mm (9" x 6"). [14pp], lxxxii, 148pp + ads. Engraved chapter heading vignettes....'Being a Treatise Written by Sir John Fortescue, Kt. Lord Chief Justice, and Lord High Chancellor of England, under King Henry VI. Faithfully Transcribed from the MS Copy in the Bodleian Library, and Collated with three other MSS'. G: in Good condition. Cover rubbed and edgeworn. Front joint starting. Stamp of Lokwellbury Library on fep. Foxing and offsetting within. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
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2015-12-10 15:30:39
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2015-11-30 21:08:59
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2015-11-29 00:36:44
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2015-11-26 20:58:27
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2015-11-26 03:52:54
SPANISH LITERATURE]. Salazar Y Castro, Luis De
Zaragoza: n.p., 1714 - 8vo, contemporary limp vellum with the title in manuscript on the spine, leather ties. ? A clever treatise on the Spanish language, idioms and proper speech written under the guise of a fictional narrative about students traveling by coach from Madrid to Alcala de Henares. Salazar y Castro (1658-1734) was the librarian to Philip V and a distinguished member of the Real Academia Espanola. Some light browning and stains; very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2015-11-25 12:10:15
SYLVII, FRANCISCI (SYLVIUS, FRANÇOIS)
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2015-11-24 20:35:46
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2015-11-24 18:53:44
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2015-11-24 17:57:40
Locke, John
London: John Churchill and Sam. Manship, 1714. First edition. Folio, full contemporary brown calf expertly rebacked with raised bands. In very good condition, sympathetically rebacked with general wear, a clean set. Frontispiece of John Locke to volume one. John Locke is regarded as one of the most influential of Enlightenment thinkers and the Father of Classical Liberalism. "Locke was the first to take up the challenge of Bacon and to attempt to estimate critically the certainty and the adequacy of human knowledge when confronted with God and the universe" (PMM 164). This is the first edition of the first collected edition of his work and the earliest to put his name to "Two Treatises on Government" as well as the letters on "Toleration"and "The Reasonableness of Christianity". Contents include:Volume 1:* An Essay concerning Human Understanding. In Four Books.* A Letter to the Right Reverend Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester, concerning some Passages relating to Mr. Locke's Essay of Human Understanding, in a late Discourse of his Lordship's in Vindication of the Trinity.* Mr. Locke's Reply to the Right Reverend the Bishop of Worcester's Answer to the Letter.* Mr. Locke's Reply to the Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Second Letter.Volume 2:* Some Considerations of the Consequences of the lowering of Interest, and raising the Value of Money. In a Letter send to a Member of Parliament. 1691.* Short Observations on a printed Paper, entitled, For encouraging the coining SilverMoney in England, and after for keeping it here.* Further Observations concerning raising the Value of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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