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2010-03-18 12:07:10
BLOUNT, Thomas
'In the Savoy' [London]: printed for D. Browne, J. Walthoe (and numerous others), 1717. 3rd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 'In the Savoy' [London], printed for D. Browne, J. Walthoe (and numerous others), 1717 (third edition, first issue)/ 1670. Folio, [329] pages, text set in two columns within printed borders. Early full calf with a plain double-fillet border and single decorative roll in blind; title-label lacking from spine; covers a little marked and rubbed, with a some slight wear to the corners; marginal worming to the bottom margin of the last six leaves; an excellent copy with an early armorial bookplate (Edmondstoune of Newton). Blount's Law Dictionary was first published in 1670 under the title 'Nomo-Lexicon'. '[This] work quickly superseded its predecessors. In addition to providing the explanation of common law terms, Blount was the first lexicographer of a purely English dictionary to attempt an etymology of words (Starnes & Noyes, p. 46); he devoted many pages to etymology and described the origins of ancient law customs. Blount was also the first English lexicographer who consistently cited references to authorities consulted, statutes, and treatises (Cowley, lxxxix). The work was reissued in larger and revised editions throughout the eighteenth century. By 1717, editor William Nelson of the Middle Temple added more than 3000 words to the original text ...' (World Encyclopedia of Law). The second issue of this edition has a cancel title leaf, also dated 1717, containing a different list of booksellers in the imprint, and the number of words contributed by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Treloar Booksellers ANZAAB/ILAB [Adelaide, SA, Australia]
2010-03-16 11:01:22
DE L'ISLE, Guillaume (1675-1726)
Paris: Chez l'Auteur sur le Quay de l'Horloge, 1717. An excellent early issue of this fine early map of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean, from Guadeloupe to Grenada, by one of the great French mapmakers. Guillaume De L'Isle (1675-1726) was son of a cartographer and a pupil of Jean Dominique Cassini, who, among other important contributions, aligned the study of astronomy to the study of geography. Under Cassini's direction, observations were made from locations all over the world that enabled longitudinal calculations to be made with much greater accuracy. De L'Isle carried on this exacting work with remarkable dedication and integrity, constantly revising and improving his maps. While precision was his primary goal, his maps are invariably elegant and attractive. This map depicts some the highly disputed islands that figured in the sugar trade and the wars between France and England throughout the 18th century. The purview of the map is from Guadeloupe in the north to Grenada in the south, and it includes Martinique, St. Vincent, Barbados, Dominica and the Grenadines. Phillips Maps p.1054. Copper-engraved map, with period outline colour. Fine condition apart from some light old discolouration to left blank margin.
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2010-02-22 22:50:05
Solleysel, Jaques Translated by William Hope
London: Printed for R. Bonwick [et al.], 1717. London: Printed for R. Bonwick [et al.]. Poor with no dust jacket. 1717. Hardcover. Lacking the title page, the frontispiece and one folding plate. The Epistle Dedicatory leaf (pp. iii-iv) is stained and with losses. Head margins of all preliminary leaves up to page xlv water damaged, with chips up to 1" and staining. Some damage and loss to headlines. Damp stains with tide mark to upper third of all leaves to page 80. Boards worn with loss at corners. The first folding plate is torn in half and is tatty, with large tears and small chips. The other four folding plates are creased and edge worn. Extensive foxing. Damaged ex-libris bookplate of [?] Campbell on front endpaper, with Latin motto ending "obliviscaris". ; Two parts in one volume. (iii) - xlv, [1], 1-326, (323) - 324, [2], i-xvi, 1-300, [4] pages + 5 [of 6] plates. Part One is missing the title page, the frontispiece, and one other plate. Contemporary full leather boards, rebacked with recent leather spine. Blind-stamped panel decoration to boards. Portion of original spine label laid down. Folio in fours. Page dimensions: 332 x 215mm. "Made English from the Eighth Edition of the Original." - from title to Part Two. "Amongst all the Creatures there is none which yieldeth more Profit and Pleasure to Man than the HORSE; he is stately in Triumphs, adroit and bold in the most dangerous Engagements, and strong and hardy to endure any kind of Fatigue or Labour." - from page one. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall .
Bookseller: Renaissance Books [Dunedin, New Zealand]
2010-02-21 00:16:28
Pomey, Fra. (trans. Andrew Tooke)
London: J, Walthoe, J. Nicholson, J. & B. Sprint, B. Tooke and J. Hooke, 1717. "...in a Short, Plain and Familiar Method, by way of Dialogue. Illustrated and adorned with elegant copper cuts of the several deities. Written by Fra. Pomey, of the Society of Jesus, Author of the French and Latin Dictionary; for the Use of the Dauphin. The Seventh Edition, in which the whole Translation is revised, and much amended: Whereby it is now made more fit than any of the former Impressions for the Use of Schools." A twice-rebound copy, good plus; bound in 3/4 leather in the 19th century, rebacked with a cloth spine recently. An old red leather title-piece, possibly the original, is reapplied to the new spine. Leather corners worn; marbled boards a little rubbed; marbled edges dark on top. Lt. green endpapers, with the armorial bookplate of a Christopher Harrison on the front pastedown. 408 pp. + index. Frontispiece plus 9 engraved plates, facing pp. 12, 33, 66, 86, 110, 141, 158, 215, & 276. This excellent artist is unknown to me; I believe the plates in the 19th-century editions are different. There are initials on the title page, no other writing in text. Some signatures are foxed a great deal more than those around them; A (including title page and preface), E, H, O, EE and FF. Foxing elsewhere is minimal or completely absent.. Hard Cover.
Bookseller: Page One, Too; Antiquarian Books
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2009-12-23 02:09:51
Witsii, Hermanni (Herman Witsius)
Johannis Nicolai Andrea, 1) Herbornae Nassaviorum (Herborn); 2) Lugd. Batavorum (Leiden), 1717. 2 volumes in one. 8vo. 492pp. 518pp. Vellum binding. Boards bowed. Edges bent. Discoloration and staining to boards. Black page edges. Hinges starting. Frontispiece engraving. Chipping and creasing to endpapers and to last 12 pages. Text in Latin. Binding in fair, internally in very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-12-17 11:49:28
[ZIEGENBALG, Bartholomäeu]
London printed for W. Mears 1717 First Edition. London, printed for W. Mears, 1717 (first English edition). Duodecimo, [x], 180 pages plus a frontispiece and a small folding map. The title leaf is in its uncancelled state, with the imprint showing only W. Mears as publisher. Early panelled calf a little worn, but skilfully rebacked in calf (retaining portions of the original spine, and the old endpapers); leading margin of the last two leaves of the preface slightly trimmed; paper discoloured and moderately to heavily foxed; edges (mainly around the top corner) inkstained, with minimal impact on the margins; small stains to the blank bottom margin of the last 25 leaves; mild signs of use and age; overall a decent copy. German by birth, Ziegenbalg founded the Danish Lutheran mission at Tranquebar (Tharangambadi, Tamil Nadu) in 1706. He was the first translator of the New Testament into Tamil, and an early printer in that language. The correspondence reprinted here, between Ziegenbalg and an unnamed Tamil scholar, is chiefly concerned with explaining Hindu religion and society. The calling card of 'Mr H.A.D.J. Gyles / Royal Navy / HMS Lion' is mounted on the pastedown over an earlier bookplate (now partially defaced). Apparently 18 ships of the Royal Navy have been named 'Lion', from 1511 to 1975; we have found reference to Gyles serving on HMS 'Actaeon' (so named in 1886, sold in 1923), narrowing the period of his ownership of this book. Hardcover Fairfirst edition
Bookseller: Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers [Australia]
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2009-12-10 16:59:31
Defoe, Daniel; Nicholas Mesnager
London: Printed for S. Baker, at the Black-Boy and Anchor in Pater-noster-Row, 1717. Book. Octavo (8vo). 326 pages of text. Beautifully rebacked in tan calf, with raised bands and blind tooling; maroon leather spine label lettered in gilt; binder's title: Negotiations of Mesnager. Rebacked using original panelled calf with moderate wear to restored corners. Moderate foxing scattered throughout text. Initials "RE" neatly on top corner of title page. Title continues "...and laid open. Written by Himself. Done out of French." Treaty of Utrecht (1713). Defoe, Daniel (1661-1731). Very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA) [U.S.A.]
2009-11-18 17:11:39
Duguet, Jacques-Joseph]
Jacques Estienne, Paris, 1717. First edition. [6] leaves, 264 pp., [6] leaves. 1 vols. 12mo. A curious book by the influential Duguet (1649-1733), Oratorian Jansenist and theologian, who treats scruples here as a physician might treat scrofula, offering remedies for each variety. The first edition of 1717 is quite scarce (RLIN and OCLC only locate edtions of 1718 or later). Barbier IV 787b Contemporary calf, gilt spine with raised bands, red leather label. Fine, fresh copy [6] leaves, 264 pp., [6] leaves. 1 vols. 12mo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-10-07 08:02:16
RAWLINSON Richard 1690-1755
1st ed, 1717.In modern half cal, marbled boards, some blind tooling. Spine, gilt tooling and titles to red calf label. Internally, new endpapers, lacks titlepage, [1], (ii-viii), [1], 2-254 pp, [4], [2], 3-87 pp, [1] adverts, ms copy of tp tipped in, some leaves uncut, with the usual pagination errors 237/137, 253/153. (ESTC T146476).Full Title is: The History and Antiquities of the City and Cathedral-Church of Hereford: Containing and an Account of All the Inscriptions, Epitaphs, &c Upon the Tombs, Monuments, and Grave-Stones. With Lists of the Principal Dignitaries; and an Appendix
Bookseller: Madoc Books [United Kingdom]
2009-08-08 22:04:57
Hellwig, Christoph von (d. J.)
Arnstadt, Niedt 1717. 18 cm. (14), 311, (9) Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz. Pergamentband der Zeit - Darmstaedter, Bergb. 200 - Ferchl 223 - Ferguson I, 480 - Hoover-Coll. 394 - Hellwig (1663 - 1721; Pseud.: Valentin Kräutermann) war praktischer Arzt in Weißenfels und anderen Orten Thüringens. Beschreibt metallurgische Verfahren aus der Praxis des Verfassers zur weiteren Vervollkommnung der Scheide- und Probierkunst (siehe Vorrede). Vorsatz, Frontispiz und Titel leicht stockfleckig -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-07-29 19:21:51
Neuhaus, Todt 1717. 31 cm. 2 Teile. 32; 27, (1 weiß) Seiten Umschlag - Fink S. 9ff - Grotefend, Osnabr. 174 - Duchhardt / Ortlieb 260 - Vom Domkapitel veranstalteter Druck, der wenige Tage nach Erscheinen durch das bischöflich Konfiskationsedikt eingezogen wurde. Mit dem Anhang "Capitulatio perpetua", die 1717 ohne Einholung der vorgeschriebenen landesherrlichen Zustimmung gedruckt wurde. Sie liegt hier in dem Abdruck von 1766 vor (ausführlich bei Fink). - Die "Capitulatio perpetua" (Immerwährende Kapitulation), wurde 1650 auf dem Nürnberger Exekutionsausschuß - im Anschluß an den Westfälischen Frieden - beschlossen. Ihr wesentlicher Inhalt war die Bestimmung, daß das Bistum Osnabrück abwechselnd von einem gewählten katholischen und einem evangelischen Fürstbischof aus dem Hause Braunschweig-Lüneburg regiert wird. -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-07-25 22:34:09
HOWARD HENRY,Earl Of Surrey ; WIAT Sir THOMAS
W. Meares, and J. Brown.London.,1717. 8vo.First edition printed outside the sixteenth century,and for most collectors the earliest obtainable edition of the poems of Howard and Wyatt,the "first reformers of our English meetre and stile".First published in 1557,any of the sixteenth-century editions are notably rare.Late eighteenth-century green straight-grained morocco, single gilt rules,flat spine lettered in gilt,marbled endpapers,gilt edges.Three ownership inscriptions to title in different places,though not disfiguring:one undated,one dated 1892,and the inscription dated 1798 of the literary scholar Octavius Graham Gilchrist (1779-1823), with his bookplate to the front pastedown.Binding a little rubbed but overall an excellent copy.
Bookseller: Paul Foster Books [United Kingdom]
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2009-06-13 21:07:07
MAGGIALI, Giuseppe
Parma Stamperia di S.A.S. 1717. Folio, (1) f., 115, (1) pp., including frontispiece and 5 large folding plates measuring approximately ; plate I; 89cmx60cm; plate II.:49cmx44cm: plate III:43cmx67cm: plate IV:82cmx60cm; plate V: 82cmx53cm. Bound in original Spanish calf. ‘Pasta Espanola". Very tall copy with large margins. Internally very fresh. Generally excellent. Rare fete book celebrating the nuptials of Philip V of Spain, the Founder of the Bourbon dynasty, and Elizabeth Farnese, at Parma Cathedral in September of 1714. Arranged by the Vatican after the death of Philip's first wife, Maria Louisa of Savoy, the marriage was of considerable political importance, and in due course brought about the transference of the Duchy of Parma from the possession of the Farnese family to that of the Bourbons. As not infrequently happened in such marriages, the groom didn’t show, but was represented by proxy (a high-ranking Cardinal!). The prose account retails the entry of the massive Vatican entourage into Parma, the tour of the Farnese apartments and other possessions and selected local attractions. The elaborate procession to the Cathedral is set out, with remarks on costume and of course the decoration of the cathedral is treated at length. The Farnese court painter Ilario Spolverino (1657-1734) was commissioned to make a series of paintings of the event, from which a number of engravings were made for the work at hand by the Bolognese Francia. The plates include an allegorical frontispiece in which winged figures present an oval portrait of Elizabeth Farnese to the (apparently) s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Martayan Lan [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-05-04 15:58:33
[RAWLINSON (R), Dr.]:
Printed for E. Curll at the Dial and Bible near St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street, 1717. 8vo., First Edition, on laid paper, text in English and Latin; contemporary speckled calf, sides with double frame border in gilt, one two age-marks on covers, back with five raised bands, second compartment with leather label lettered and ruled in gilt, all other compartments ruled in gilt, dentelles tooled in blind, red sprinkled edges, an unusually clean and most attractive copy. A SPLENDID COPY OF THE FIRST SEPARATELY PUBLISHED ACCOUNT OF ROCHESTER CATHEDRAL. The work comprises I: The Local Statutes of that Church; II: The Inscriptions upon the Monuments, Tombs and Grave-Stones; III: An Account of the Bishops, Priors, Deans and Arch-Deacons; IV: An Appendix of Monumental Inscriptions in the Cathedral Church of Canterbury, supplementary to Mr. Somner's and Mr. Battely's Accounts of that Church; V: Some original Papers relating to the Church and Diocese of Rochester. The text is in English throughout, with the exceptions of the charter and statutes which are given in the original Latin. A second issue with a cancel title was published in 1723. EXTREMELY SCARCE, ESPECIALLY IN THIS CONDITION. Bennett records only four copies held in the county. Anderson, p.146; Bennett, p.321; Upcott, p.414. . Catalogs: topography: kent.
Bookseller: Island Books [formerly of Devon]
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2009-03-29 19:05:25
Bion, Nicolas
Nürnberg, Monath 1717. 22 cm. (16), 394 Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz und 28 ausfaltbaren Kupfertafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel - Poggendorff I, 194f. - Fromm 3274 (3. Aufl.) - Zweite deutsche Ausgabe von "Traité de la construction et des principaux usages des instrumens de mathématique" des französischen Ingenieurs und Instrumentenbauers Nicolas Bion (1652 - 1733). Herstellung, Beschreibung und Abbildung von Instrumenten für Mathematik, Geodäsie, Kartographie, Astronomie, Nautik, unter anderem auch der Pantograph (S. 90 - 92 und Tafel 9). Weitere Beschreibungen und Abbildungen: Proportonialzirkel, Winkelmesser, Kartenprojektion, Kompaß, Wasserwaage, Quadrant, Sonnenuhren, Flaschenzug, Mikroskop, etc. Das Werk schließt mit einer Beschreibung "der gebräuchlichsten Handwerckszeuge" für die Herstellung mathematischer Instrumente. Einband etwas fleckig, innen meist nur an den Rändern leicht gebräunt -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-03-10 20:15:26
Du Cerceau Jean Antoine 1670 1730
1 pièce autographe signée 1 In-8 carré 15/07/1717 rousseurs Quittance de Du Cerceau, précepteur du duc de Château-Thierry. «J'ay receu de monsieur Lefèvre tuteur de messieurs les Princes de Bouillon, la somme de vingt livres pour les menus plaisirs de M. le duc de Château-Thierry [.]». Ecrivain et bibliothécaire, précepteur du duc de Château-Thierry puis du Prince de Conti qui le tua accidentellement d'un coup de fusil de chasse. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2009-03-07 19:10:55
Brunnemann, Johannes.
Leipzig, Johann Chr. Tarnov, 1717. 0 Folio. 10 nn. Bll., 1360 S., 92 nn. Bll. Gest. Titelvignette. Pergament. Ber., best. u. fl. Gebr. u. fl. Insgesamt aber gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR 18.Jahrhundert; Jura; lateinische Literatur alt; Recht; Rechtswissenschaft; VARIA
Bookseller: Neusser Buch & Kunst Antiquariat [Neuss, NRW, Germany]
2009-03-05 23:21:07
BRICE GERMAIN
Chez François Fournier, Paris, 1717. 494 pages. Gravure décorative en noir et blanc en page de titre. Gravure en noir et blanc hors texte (armoiries d'Auguste Guillaume, Duc de Brobswic et de Lunebourg) en tout début d'ouvrage. Illustré de gravures en noir et blanc sur planches dépliables. Caissons dorés sur le dos. Dos très abîmé, fendu, avec manques. Plats très abîmés, avec coins frottés et petits manques en surface. Pages du texte légèrement passées mais très lisibles. Planche de la page 32 détachée et légèrement abîmée. Pages 211-212 déchirées. Page 214 tachée, et dont la lecture est altérée. Planche de la page 395 déchirée. 7e édition revue & augmentée par l'auteur. Enrichie d'un nouveau Plan & de nouvelles Figures dessinées & gravées correctement. Avec Approbation et Privilège du Roy. L'Antiquité de la Ville de Paris, tirée des meilleurs auteurs. Le Louvre. Le Quartier de S. Honoré. Le Quartier de la Butte Saint-Roch. La Place des victoires (gravure). La Fontaine de Saint-Innocent (gravure)... In-12 Relié plein cuir. Etat passable. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 720-Architecture. .
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2009-03-04 00:17:28
Fer, Nicolas De
Paris, 1717. (Stolen)Rare map of the Imperial capital city during the reign of Alexander I with its traditional regular street layout and eleven districts. The map provides excellent detail of the public buildings, docks and shipyards, fortifications, palaces, churches, hospitals, universities, etc, Size : 365x473 (mm), 14.375x18.625 (Inches), Hand Colored margins trimmed and laid down on 18th century paper otherwise very good.
Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2009-03-01 13:17:36
Lassenius, Johann
Hannover, Freitag 1717. 14 cm. (22), 210 Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz. Buntpapier-Umschlag der Zeit - Dünnhaupt 27.7 - NDB 13, 675 - Jantz 1579 - Bircher B 4514 - Letzte von Dünnhaupt beschriebene Ausgabe der antijesuitischen Polemik, die Lassenius eine Gefängnisstrafe eintrug. Dieses Exemplar mit einem sonst nicht bekannten emblematischen Frontispiz. Es zeigt einen in einen Spiegel schauenden Mann; auf seiner Mütze ein Affe, der ebenfalls in einen Spiegel schaut. Stellenweise schwach gebräunt, ohne die letzten 3 weißen Blatt. -
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2009-02-13 00:14:36
Hederich, M. Benjamin.
Dritte und verbesserte Auflage. Wittenberg: Gottfried Zimmermannen, 1717. 3,(5),428,(16),5,(7) pp. + 2 fold-out tables and 3 heraldic plates. Lacking the engraved frontispiece. Contemporary full vellum. Edges red. Text with some old underlinings and notations. Occational light dampstaining to margins. Fold-out plates with dampstains and one old mending. Old name on front pastedown. Binding spotted and somewhat soiled with handwritten title and small lable on spine. Spine slightly worn at tail. 17,5 x 10,5 cm.[#\69316]
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB [Göteborg, Sweden]
2009-01-21 07:20:50
Defoe,Daniel] Written by Himself [ascribed by the real author, probably Defoe, to Nicholas Mesnager ((1658-1714)]
London: S.Baker at the Black-Boy and Anchor .. 1st edition, 1717. Hardcover. Very Good-. Octavo calf rebacked on 5 raised bands (tips worn) 326pp. There are two variants of D2 - this copy has the catchword DONE on p51. Variable foxing/staining but paper strong and supple, neatly restored with reinserted endpapers. *According to the British Library this is in fact an original English work by Daniel Defoe. "To support the claim that the book was a genuine translation from the French of Nicholas Mesnager, an alternative titlepage was printed (reading) Minutes of the negotiation [sic] of Monsr. Mesnager at the court of England. .. Antwerp, printed for Jean van Borscelen. 1717'.. One title or the other was meant to be cancelled" (Moore). According to others, this is a forgery ascribed to Defoe, intended to influence the trial of his patron, Lord Oxford. Our titlepage does seem to be a cancel as it is stubbed in but this could have been done when the spine was repaired. The work seems to be universally catalogued under Defoe -even by libraries supporting the forgery theory. It is a piece of anti-Jacobite propaganda relating to the negotiations leading up to the Treaty of Utrecht (1713).
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
2009-01-10 14:58:14
Thomas a Kempis
Charles Rivington, London, 1717. 2nd Edition revised. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Full leather, blind stamped, hinges cracked, edges worn, corners bumped. Heraldic book plate of Fulwer Craven inside, another book plate removed from front fly leaf, ink inscription on following page. Interior age toned, some scattered ink marks. While the initial title page lists this as a Rivington publication from 1717, each of the four parts has a separate title page listing Richard Smith as publisher, with date of 1716. There is a frontispiece of a Cross with ornamentation & text, plus five full page engraved plates, sometimes used as frontispieces to the other title pages, but here scattered throughout the book. Size: Small 8vo 7½" - 8". 54 + 440 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 pounds or less. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; 18th century; Religion & Theology. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 5923. .
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2008-11-28 12:07:15
ZEITFUCHS, Joh. Arn.;
Frankfurt und Leipzig, Schallen 1717;. EA; (16) 472 (4) S. mit gest. Frontispiz; Pergamenteinband d. Zt. (Einband fleckig und etwas bestoßen, hinterer Deckel mit größeren Bezugsfehlstellen, Vorsatzblätter beschrieben, Frontispiz am rechten Rand bis in die Darstellung beschnitten und mit kleinem Eckabriß; mehrere Textanmerkungen in Tinte; Blätter teils etwas gebräunt); EA;.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hilbert Kadgien
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2008-11-27 10:12:52
Nürnberg, Andreä Endters seel. Sohn und Erben, 1717.. ( Biblia germanica / Endter-Bibel ) 22 n.n. Blätter, 1192 Seiten, 3 n.n. Blätter, 336 Seiten, 4 n.n. Blätter. Mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten. Mit 13 Kupfern ( Haupttitel " Biblia ", 2 Zwischentiteln ( Altes- und Neues Testament ) sowie 1 Porträt Luthers und 9 Kupferstichporträts von Propheten bzw. Evangelisten ( Moses, Jesaja, Jeremias, Hesekiel, Daniel, Matthäus, Marcus, Lucas, Johannes ) sowie mit 39 nummerierten sogenannten " Rhombenkupfern " die teils von Johann Jakob von Sandrart entworfen und von Leonhard Heckenauer II gestochen wurden ( Weitere von Cornelis Nicola Schurtz, Joseph a Montalegre, Joan Alexander Boener, Sartorius ). Geprägter Ledereinband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln, 4° ( 23 x 16 x 11 cm : Höhe x Breite x Tiefe ). Leider von insgesamt schlechtem Zustand: Einband stark beschädigt, Lederbezug mit großen Fehlstellen, wurmstichig, fleckig, Rücken fehlt ganz, Schließen fehlen. Bindung defekt, Buchblock fast lose und verzogen, einzelne Seiten lose. ( Seiten und Kupfer collationiert - alle vorhanden ). Marmorierte Vorsatzpapiere. Etliche Seiten und auch Kupfertafeln mit teils deutlichen Beschädigungen. Durchgehend stärker fingerfleckig, teils etwas stockfleckig, teils stärker wasserrandig. Sowie gelegentlich wenige Notizen und Anstriche von alter Hand. Haupttitel sowie Zwischentitel zum AT und erste Seiten mit stärkeren Randläsionen, eselsohrig, fleckig, teils lose. Seite 373 - 460 mit schwachem Wasserrand, S. 414 - 460 mit stärkerem Wasserrand, Kupfertafel 21+23 mit Eckabriß, S. 653 - 750 mit Beschädigungen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buchhandlung & Antiquariat Friederichsen
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2008-11-21 15:11:48
Tournefort, Joseph Pitton de.
Lyons (Anisson et Posuel), 1717.. 3 vols. (22), 379, 448, 404, (60)pp., 153 engraved plates, plans and maps (6 folding). Stout 8vo. Eighteenth-century French tree-calf gilt, raised bands, with red and green morocco lettering pieces. A.e.g. Second edition of the work, published in the same year as the Paris first edition, in quarto; a third edition was issued in 1718 (Amsterdam), as was an English translation. “The botanist Pitton de Tournefort was sent on a mission to the Levant by Louis XIV in 1700. He was accompanied by the artist Claude Aubriet and the doctor Gundelsheimer. Pitton de Tournefort traveled extensively in the Archipelago, visiting most of the islands in the Cyclades... He also spent a considerable period in Crete before going to Constantinople and Asia Minor, the coasts of the Black Sea and then overland through Armenia to Persia. The travellers returned to Paris in June 1702.... The text takes the form of letters to M. de Pontchartrain, who sponsored Pitton’s mission. The very fine plates are after Aubriet’s drawings, and illustrate costumes, botanical and zoological specimens, views and maps” (Leonora Navari, in the Blackmer catalogue). An elegant copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Ars Libri, Ltd. (ABAA) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2008-10-23 11:19:45
Ertel (bzw. Ertl), Anton Wilhelm.
Salzburg, Johann Dratzieher, 1717. 12°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette (Doppeladler). 215 S., Mod. marmor. Ppbd. Eigentlich dritte Ausgabe dieses seltenen neulateinischen Barock-Romans; erschien zuvor 1687 und 1688 in Augsburg. - Der in Straubing geborene Verfasser lebte um die Wende vom 17. zum 18. Jahrhundert, war kurbair. Hofgerichtsadvokat, Hofrichter des Klosters Rottenbuch, dann Rat der freien Reichsritterschaft in Schwaben und zuletzt Syndikus und Oberrichter des Klosters Steingaden. Bekannt wurde er vor allem als Herausgeber des „Chur-Bayerischen Atlas“. - Etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. Vereinzelt einige kl. Wurmspuren. - Vgl. Georgi II, 32 (EA 1687) u. Kosch IV, 488 (ohne diesen Titel); nicht bei Faber du Faur u. Goedeke. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Ertel, Austriana regina Arabiae, Österreich
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2008-10-10 13:22:20
Valdemar, Danmark, Konge, II
Flensburg, Bosseck 1717. 21 cm. (24), 180, (212); (12), 208, 280, 118, (2) Seiten Festeinband, Ledereinband der Zeit - Borchling / Claussen 3948 - Schleswig-H. LB 350 - Angebunden: Christian Danmark, Konge, IV. ; Friedrich Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorf, Herzog, III.: Schleßwig-Holsteinische Landgerichts-Ordnung, Wie dieselbe Im Nahmen Ihr. Kön. Maj. zu Dännemarck-Norwegen, [et]c. Und der zu Schleßwig-Holstein, [et]c. Hoch.-Fürstlichen Durchl. Als beider regierender Herren der Hertzogthümer Schleßwig-Holstein, [et]c. Zu Beforderung der Justitz An. 1636 revidiret und publiciret, Itzo zum Viertenmahl auffgeleget, mit vielen Constitutionen und Edicten vermehret, corrigirt, in Paragraph. eingetheilet und mit marginalibus illustriret, Nebst angefügter Landes-Matricul, und außführlichem Register. Schleswig, Eckstorff 1701. (32), 680 Seiten Einband restauriert. Auf Vorsatz und im Text zeitgenössische handschriftliche Anmerkungen. Sammelwerk mit den beiden wichtigsten Gesetzeswerken Schleswig-Holsteins. - Sprache / Language: Niederdeutsch -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2008-09-24 19:16:47
Hederich, M. Benjamin.
Dritte und verbesserte Auflage. Wittenberg: Gottfried Zimmermannen, 1717. 3,(5),428,(16),5,(7) pp. + 2 fold-out tables and 3 heraldic plates. Lacking the engraved frontispiece. Contemporary full vellum. Edges red. Text with some old underlinings and notations. Occational light dampstaining to margins. Fold-out plates with dampstains and one old mending. Old name on front pastedown. Binding spotted and somewhat soiled with handwritten title and small lable on spine. Spine slightly worn at tail. 17,5 x 10,5 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok- & Bildantikvariat AB [SE]
2008-09-10 14:59:29
Fenton, Elijah
London: Bernard Lintot between the Temple Gates, 1717 FIRST EDITION. This is an extremely important text in the history of literature. Alexander Pope was so encouranged by this work that it lead him to ask Fenton if he would assist in a translation of the Odyssey. Full brown leather binding, 7.5\" x 5\", 224 pages followed by eight sides of publisher\'s advertisements. Exceptionally Rare. Catalogs: Poems, Poetry, Elijah Fenton,
Bookseller: WWW.HORSHAMRAREBOOKS.COM
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2008-07-30 16:59:30
DE L'ISLE GUILLAUME
Parigi, 1717. Incisione in rame, dipinta d'epoca ai confini, 490x590. Esemplare molto bello. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2008-06-30 22:16:29
[RAWLINSON (R), Dr.]:
Printed for E. Curll at the Dial and Bible near St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street, 17178vo., First Edition, on laid paper, text in English and Latin; contemporary speckled calf, sides with double frame border in gilt, one two age-marks on covers, back with five raised bands, second compartment with leather label lettered and ruled in gilt, all other compartments ruled in gilt, dentelles tooled in blind, red sprinkled edges, an unusually clean and most attractive copy. A SPLENDID COPY OF THE FIRST SEPARATELY PUBLISHED ACCOUNT OF ROCHESTER CATHEDRAL. The work comprises I: The Local Statutes of that Church; II: The Inscriptions upon the Monuments, Tombs and Grave-Stones; III: An Account of the Bishops, Priors, Deans and Arch-Deacons; IV: An Appendix of Monumental Inscriptions in the Cathedral Church of Canterbury, supplementary to Mr. Somner's and Mr. Battely's Accounts of that Church; V: Some original Papers relating to the Church and Diocese of Rochester. The text is in English throughout, with the exceptions of the charter and statutes which are given in the original Latin. A second issue with a cancel title was published in 1723. EXTREMELY SCARCE, ESPECIALLY IN THIS CONDITION. Bennett records only four copies held in the county. Anderson, p.146; Bennett, p.321; Upcott, p.414.
Bookseller: Island Books
2008-04-09 16:31:11
WALPOLE, Horace
Uniformly bound by Rivière and Son in full cream vellum with black leather title-labels, all edges gilt; boards very slightly bowed; numerous in-text illustrations plus engravings as called for; occasional light foxing (but confined mainly to the inner surfaces of the marbled endpapers, the binder's blanks and the first and last pages in contact with them); some offsetting from the plates; for all intents and purposes, a fine set with the Lionel Lindsay-designed bookplate of [Sir] James McGregor mounted on the pastedown of each volume. Horace Walpole (1717-1797), fourth Earl of Orford, English author, letter-writer, politician, collector, architectural innovator . but 'above all, a wit, a virtuoso, and a man of quality' (Dictionary of National Biography). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Michael Treloar Booksellers ANZAAB/ILAB [Adelaide, SA, Australia]
2007-11-25 20:18:30
Loon, Gerard van).
(Amsterdam, de Coup,1717). A suite of 5 original single-sheet copperplate engravings of a very fine quality. Multiple impressions to each print. Measuring ca. 170 x 185 mm within a plate-mark. Strong strikes on laid paper with ample margins. In a very fine condition. Excellent. - - From: "Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld, opkomst en onderscheid dergedenkpenningen; den aard, en rekenwyze der legpenningen; de wyze van't cyfferen der ouden, den oorspronk der cyfferletteren, toverpenningen en noodmunten. Mitsgaders van de vaste grondregelen, die in't ontwerpen, vergaderen, schikken en behandelen der penningen; moeten worden in acht genommen." Written by Gerard van Loon (1683-1758); printed and published in 1717 by Pieter de Coup of Amsterdam. As common, the identity of the engraver craftsman or craftsmen, responsible for the fine prints, is not given. Rare. A wonderful set of prints, a scarce survivor unlikely to be found separated from the original work, in excellent condition. Preserved in acid-free, pH-balanced Renaissance archival paper. -- Note: each print is offered also individually. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librarium of The Hague [The Hague, Netherlands]
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