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2012-12-26 09:44:06
RHODE, CHRISTIAN DETLEV.
Hmbg., Piscator, (1719)-20. 4to. Cont. full calf,richly gilt back. (8),443,(9) pp., 10 engravings and 39 wood-engr.in the text. ¶ Scarce first edition.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2012-12-23 16:15:00
TRIVETI, Nicolai. [TRIVET or TREVET, Nicholas]
Oxonii [Oxford]: e Theatro Sheldoniano, 1719.. 8vo. (26), 347, (1, 32 index followed by postscript) pp. Late 18th century dark green straight grain morocco, spine with raised bands, gilt lettered to two panels with ornate decoration to the other compartments, gilt tooled rosettes with flower and leaf stems to the corners of each board, the ciphered initials "P.S." to the upper cover and the motto "Vincit et Patitur" to the lower board in gilt, gilt inner dentelles, mustard coloured endpapers, all edges gilt. Frontispiece portrait. Binding slightly rubbed, some very light spotting to the front and rear leaves, else a most handsome copy. The binding has sometime been attributed to the noted binder Roger Payne, his name pencilled on one of the front endpapers though nowhere is the binding signed. Certainly the binding has the appearance of his work and, specifically, the cornerpieces are very reminiscent of devices that he used. Nicholas Trivet (c.1257 - c.1334) was a Dominican friar and scholar. Manuscripts exist of various works by him, though this is one of the few that subsequently ever made it into print. The work chronicles the history of the early Plantagenet dynasty, from King Stephen to Edward I. This edition is edited by Anthony Hall, an Oxford scholar who had previously edited a 1709 edition of the work of the English antiquarian John Leland "Commentarii de Scriptoribus Britannicis". His postscript at the rear of the volume indicates his intention to publish the continuation of the manuscript from which he was working, the "Annalium Continuatio" appeared 3 years l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop, ABA, ILAB
2012-09-22 17:32:13
LELONG Jacques
à Paris: Chez Gabriel Martin, 1719. Fine. Chez Gabriel Martin, à Paris 1719, Grd. In Folio (25x40cm), (24) 1100pp., relié. - First Edition. This bibliography will be continued from 1768 through February of Fondette to extend to all areas (ecclesiastical historie, natural history ...) and not more than one studied by Lelong. Full contemporary calf. Back to nerves ornate. Part of title in red morocco. Caps threadbare. Bits split into head and tail. Corners bumped and bare. Scuffs. Friction. "Despite many serious omissions and inaccuracies, this book is one of the most essential work that" has produced the bibliographic science, and it must be in all major libraries "(Brunet III, 958) This bibliography is particularly cleverly constructed and orderly, and we found it very easily. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Cette bibliographie sera à partir de 1768 poursuivie par fevier de Fondette pour s'étendre à tous les domaines (historie ecclésiatique, histoire naturelle...) et non plus à celui seul étudié par Lelong. Reliure en plein veau d'époque. Dos à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Coiffes élimées. Mors fendus en tête et queue. Coins émoussés et dénudés. Epidermures. Frottements. "Malgré de nombreuses omissions et de graves inexactitudes, cet ouvrage est un des travaux les plus essentiels qu"ait produits la science bibliographique, et il doit se trouver dans toutes les grandes bibliothèques" (Brun … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-07-17 11:26:55
Montfaucon, Bernard de.
Paris, F. Delaulne u. a., 1719-1724. Large folio (450 x 290 mm). 5 vols. in 10 and 5 supplementary vols.; altogether 15 vols. First edition with the five volumes 1724 supplements. Contemp. full calf on six raised bands with spines completley gilt tooled and double gilt-stamped red and black spine labels. Covers with elaborated gilt rules; All edges gilt; marbled endpapers. Magnificent rare set of Montfaucon’s landmark work on classical archaeology, complete with all plates according to Brunet (which gives the most complete collation: portrait +1394 engraved plates). A splendid copy, ex-libris Prince of Wales. Armorial bookplates on front pastedown with Royal Coat of Arms with lion and unicorn and moto of the Order of the Garter „Honi soit qui mai y pense”, armorial bookplate on back pastedown with monogram with royal crown and motto of the Order of the Garter. First and last pages (pages de garde) avec fleurs de lys in filigran. Completley gilt edges. Inside perfectly clean (see photos). B. de Montfaucon (1655-1741), Benedictine of the Congregation of Saint-Maur devoted to historical and ecclesiastical scholarship, is regarded as the father of Archaeology and Greek paleography. "His Antiquité surveyed in fifteen volumes the social and artistic aspects of the ancient civilizations; and the unfinished Monuments de la Monarchie Française tried to do the same for early French history. These works can well be called foundation stones of scientific archaeology" (Printing and the Mind of Man p.175). “As this work has never been completely replaced, it still conserves its long-stan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sacred Science Institute [Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-06-29 19:42:05
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de.
En Amberes .Por Juan Bautista Verdussen, 1719. (16)+ 611+(5)+ (14)+649+(7) p. 2 frontispieces , and 32 chapter illustrations . designed by Jacob Savery and Frederik Bouttats and engraved by Bouttats (16) and an unknown engraver. The plates are the same as in Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-1673 Bound in 2 fine contemporary full vellum with calligrafed titels . With new endpapers. Text and illustrations clean and bright
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat [Glostrup, Denmark]
2012-06-29 13:15:03
TOURNEFORT, Josephi Pitton de
1719. Editio Tertia, Appendicibus aucta ab Antonio de Jussieu. Parisiis, e Typographia Regia, 1719, 19x25, 3 volúmenes: I- 3 hojas, 695 págs. 57 págs. II- 250 láminas grabadas. III- de lámina 253 a lámina 489 (faltan las láminas nº 251 y 252). El tomo I tiene 4 hojas mal colocadas pero completo. Alguna manchita sin importancia. Agujeritos de polilla en hojas de índice de tomo I. Los 3 volúmenes encuadernados en plena piel de época, falto de trozo de lomera inferior en tomo III, algunos desperfectos en lomeras y puntas. (51426).
Bookseller: Librería J. Cintas [Madrid, Spain]
2012-06-26 18:41:03
DEFOE, Daniel.:
ROBINSON CRUSOE: SECOND EDITION, 1719, Volume 1 only, LACKS THE FARTHER ADVENTURES. 8vo, approximately 195 x 125 mm, 7¾ x 5 inches, pages: frontispiece of Crusoe, title page, preface, 1-364 plus 4 pages of adverts, bound in full calf, rebacked to style, maroon label with gilt lettering, new endpapers. Covers rubbed and scuffed, small repair to lower cover, corners neatly repaired, frontispiece repaired and in poor condition, title page browned with a little pale staining, small repair in outer margin, tip of top corner missing, pin hole, not affecting text, the following 2 pages have chipping to outer margin and top corners, margins slightly soft, a few other very small marginal repairs, pale age-browning and light foxing throughout, small tear to outer margin of 1 page, not affecting text, 3 outer margins have small repairs, 1 outer margin has a small brown mark, a poor copy of an important book. SOLD WITH: SERIOUS REFLECTIONS DURING THE LIFE AND SURPRISING ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE: WITH HIS VISION OF THE ANGELICK WORLD. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE of the third volume in Defoe's Robinson Crusoe trilogy. London, W. Taylor, 1720. 8vo, 200 x 120 mm, 7¾ x 4¾ inches, ENGRAVED FOLDING FRONTISPIECE OF ROBINSON CRUSOE'S ISLAND IS MISSING (also called the map of the island by some cataloguers), now replaced with modern facsimile, small vignette of sailing ship on title page neatly handcoloured, some woodcut head- and tailpieces and initials, pages: (16), 270, 84, plus 2 pages of adverts, bound in full antique calf, single ruled gilt border to covers, rebacked with raised bands … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-23 09:47:28
Durfey, Thomas
London: (printed by) W. Pearson, for J. Tonson, 1719. 12mo. 360 (vol1. ), 348 (vol.2), 352 (vol.3), 352 (vol.4), 352 (vol.5), 372 (vol 6. ) pp. Books are fine except for some very light rubbing to boards. Marbled boards and endpapers, gilt fore-edge, intricate gilt decoration to spine, raised bands and leather title labels. "Songs Compleat, Pleasant and Divertive; set to Musick by Dr. John Blow, Mr. Henry Purcell, and other Excellent Masters of the Town. Ending with some orations, made and spoken by me several times upon the publick stage in the theater. Together with some copies of Verses, Prologues, and Epilogues, as well for my own plays as those of other poets, being all humerous and comical.". Fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Cellar Stories Bookstore [Providence, RI, U.S.A.]
2012-06-21 22:12:25
Anonymous but attributed to HANNAH WOOLLEY.:
London, printed, for Daniel Pratt, 1719.. Containing, I. The Art of Preserving, and Candying. Fruits and Flowers and making all sorts of Conserves, Syrups, Jellies and Pickles. II. The Physical Cabinet: Or excellent Receipts in Physick and Chirurgery. Also from New Receipts relating to the Fair Sex, whereby they may be richly furnish'd with all manner of Beautifying Waters to add Loveliness to the Face and Body. III. The compleat cook's guide: Or Directions for Dressing all sorts of Flesh, Fowl and Fish after the newest Fashion now in use at the British Court; with the making Sauces of Pyes, Pasties, Tarts, Custard &c. IV. The Female angler, instructing Ladies and others in the various Methods of taking all manner of Fish, in the Fish-Ponds or River. V. The Lady's Diversion in her Garden: Or, the compleat Flowerist, with the Nature and Use of all sorts of Plants and Flowers. This last part has its own title page, and "Thomas Harris, Gard'ner at Stockwel, in Surrey" as author. 10th edition, inlarged, 1719. 12mo, approximately 150 x 85 mm, 6 x 3¼ inches, portrait frontispiece, additional engraved title page illustrating household tasks, 2 plates of "The Forms of Pyes, Tarts and Custards", pages: [6],177, [7], pagination goes astray at page 134 and jumps to page 145, catchword correct, the copy held in Leeds library has the same jump in pagination, bound in full modern calf, maroon gilt lettered label and gilt rules between raised bands to spine, new endpapers. Binding slightly rubbed and scratched, portrait, added title page, title page and the following page … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-21 13:01:46
OLEARIUS, Adam (1603-1671) - MANDELSLO, Jean-Albert de.
Leiden: Pierre van der Aa, 1719. 2 volumes in one. Folio (12 2/8 x 8 inches). 2 half-titles, two vignette title-pages printed in red and black. Additional engraved title-page, engraved portrait, large engraved folding panorama, 16 folding or double-page and 7 full-page plates of views, 14 folding or double-page and 6 full-page maps, 19 vignette maps and views in the text, engraved head- and tail-pieces, and initials (some occasionally heavy browning, worming at inner margin to three central gatherings, 3 leaves strengthened at fore-edge, title-page to first volume tipped to dedication leaf and both mounted on a stub, one plate detached, some leaves loose). Contemporary half vellum, marbled paper boards (extremities a bit worn, endpapers renewed). Provenance: with the engraved armorial bookplate of George A. Leon on the front paste-down. Later edition in French. An account of the voyage of the German embassy to Persia in 1633, sponsored by the Duke of Holstein. Olearius, who also accompanied the mission with this friend Mandelslo, first published his account in 1647. While the German ambassadors remained in Persia, Mandelslo continued to India, sailing from Ormuz in 1638. Passing through Surat, he journeyed onto Agra, unfortunately he fails to mention the Taj Mahal which had been under construction for the previous six years, instead fleeing to Lahore, where he hoped to evade a vengeful relative of a man he had killed in Persia. His travels then took him to Goa and Ceylon. His account is full of the exotic, luxurious, immoral, and cruel way of life of the Mogul empire in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries [United States]
2012-06-19 09:54:03
Mattaire, M[ichel].
Den Haag, Isaac Vaillant, Nicolaus Prevost, 1719-1725.. 3 Bde. in 5. Mit gest. Frontispiz und 5 (wdh.) gest. Titelvignetten (ohne ein gest. Portrait?). Lederband der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und -vergoldung (Bd. 1) bzw. Halbleder des 19. Jhs. (Bde. 2-5). Gr.-4to. [Sowie:] Ders. Annalium typographicorum supplementum. Adornavit Michael Denis. 2 Bde. Wien, Joseph Edler v. Kurzbeck, 1789. Mit 2 (wdh.) gest. Titelvignetten. Halbpergament der Zeit mit 2 goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und hübscher -vergoldung. Gr.-4to. - Beilagen: Ders., Annales typographici ab artis inventae origine. Ed. nova. Bd. 1 (v. 2). Amsterdam, Peter Humbert, 1733. Mit gest. Titelvignette. [Und:] Reprint der Bde. IV/1, IV/2, V/1 und V/2 (Amsterdamer Ausgabe von 1733 und die Londoner Ergänzung von 1741). Graz 1967.. Seltene erste Ausgabe. Die bedeutende frühe Bibliographie für Inkunabeln und alte Drucke bis zum Jahr 1664 wird z. B. auch noch im Quellenverzeichnis des GKW (I, XXVIII) aufgeführt. "Quelque incomplet et mal ordonne que soit ce livre, les 'Annales typographici' de Panzer, qui s'arretent en 1536, ne peuvent le remplacer, parce qu'il renferme un grand nombre de dissertations et de notes curieuses dont le bibliographie de Nuiremberg n'a point fait usage, notes qui seules forment plus de la moitie de l'ouvrage" (Brunet). Die zweite Ausgabe, die 1733 in Amsterdam erschienen ist (und deren erster Band im ersten Teil hier in der Einbandausstattung der Bde. 2-5 beiliegt, s. u.), wird in einigen Bibliographien (MNE, Graesse) als Teil IV des Werks bezeichnet, ist aber tatsächlich eine ergänzte Neua … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2012-06-10 10:39:04
Sannazaro Iacopo
Excudebat Josephus Cominus 1719 (1718), Patavii - 2 parti con numerazione autonoma in un vol. in-4° (238x169mm), pp. (8), LII, 248; 54, (4) [la seconda parte, autonomamente numerata, comprende i componimenti poetici latini di Gabriele Altilio, umanista amico del Sannazzaro, e di Onorato Fascitelli di Isernia]. Legatura di inizio '800 m. pelle con fregi in oro e titolo in oro su tassello rosso al dorso. Piatti cailloutés. Impresa cominiana al frontespizio. Ritratto del Sannazaro inciso su rame f.t., motivi xilografici intercalati n.t. Uno strappo al margine esterno delle pp. LI-LII, senza perdita testuale. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione cominiana delle opere poetiche latine di Jacopo Sannazzaro (1458-1530); alla p. 248 è indicata la data del 1718. Contiene anche una vita dell'autore di Giovanni Antonio Volpi (1686-1766), letterato padovano, profesore di filosofia e di lettere greche e latine nell'Università della sua città natale, e carmi latini di Gabriele Altili e Onorato Fascitelli. Il testo sannazzariano è preceduto da alcune testimonianze di uomini illustri (Paolo Manuzio, Giovanni Pontano, Erasmo da Rotterdam, Giovanni Pietro Valeriano, etc.) sulla vita e l'opera del grande letterato napoletano. La raccolta comprende il De Partu Virginis, il De Morte Christi Domini, le Eglogae, le Elegiae, gli Epigrammata. Federici, 83/1. Brunet, V, 127. Graesse, VI, 265. Olschki, 12337 e 18686: Bonne édition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA)
2012-06-08 16:13:26
Buddei, Johann Fraciscus [Johann Franciscus Buddeus]
Joan. [Johann] Bernhard, Hartung, Jena [Ienae], 1719. [4, prelim] [3] [4-62, Dedication (Dedicatio) and Preface (Praefatio)] [4], 3-569, [1, Table of Contents (Series Dissertationvm)], [36, Index, with two leaves uncut], [4] pp. Full original leather boards; five raised bands with intricate gilt paneling between bands; gilt over morocco spine titles. The boards are very worn with hinges cracked but firm; small chip at the base of the spine, and small remnants of paper labe (?) at top; bumped fore-edge leaves 461-560, not affecting text; age toning of pages throughout, but no foxing or dampstaining. endpapers toned at edges from glue of paste-downs. Title page in red and black with intricate publisher's motif and stylized initial caps at each chapter. There appears the very faint remnants of a signature (?) on the front free endpaper, else a clean, unmarked copy in tight binding. These wide-ranging lectures cover such diverse topics as the Eucharist, the Jews and the Latin Rite, and Savanorola. The lectures are entitled: De Symbolis Eurcharisticis; De Theodotione; De Ritibus Ecclesiae Latinae Iudaicis, prior; De Ritibus Ecclesiae Latinae Iudaicis, posterior; De Allegoriis Origenis; De Ludovico Bavaro Imperatore; De Ruina Murorum Hierichuntinorum; De Artibus Tyrannicis Heironymi Savanorolae; Retractation Dissertationis de Artibus Tyrannicis Heironymi Savanorolae; and Animadversiones in Petri Chauvini Librum de Religione Naturali. Buddeus (1667-1729) was a widely respected professor of theology at the University of Jena at the time of this publication. A well-used yet sound an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Murdoch's Bookshoppe [Mission, BC, Canada]
2012-05-30 13:50:26
Care, Henry. William Nelson
1719. [Care, Henry (1646-1688)]. N[elson], W[illiam] [b.1653], Editor. English Liberties, Or, The Free-Born Subject's Inheritance, Containing Magna Charta, Charta de Foresta, The Statute De Tallagio, Non Concedendo, The Habeas Corpus Act, and Several Other Statutes; With Comments on Each of Them. Likewise, The Proceedings in Appeals of Murder, Of Ship-Money; Of Tonnage and Poundage. Of Parliaments, and the Qualification and Choice of Members: Of the Three Estates, and of the Settlement of the Crown by Parliament. Together with a Short History of the Succession, Not by Any Hereditary Right: Also a Declaration of the Liberties of the Subject: And of the Oath of Allegiance and Supremacy. The Petition of Right; With a Short but Impartial Relation of the Difference Between Charles I and the Long Parliament, Concerning the Prerogative of the King, the Liberties of the Subject, and the Rise of the Civil Wars. Of Trials by Juries, and of the Qualifications of Jurors: Their Punishment for Misbehaviour, and of Challenges to Them. Lastly, Of Justices of the Peace, Coroners, Constables, church-Wardens, Overseers of the Poor, Surveyors of the Highways, &c. With Many Law Cases Throughout the Whole. London: Printed by Eliz. Nutt and H. Gosling, 1719. [xii], 356 pp. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Recent period-style calf, blind frames to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Toning to text, light edgewear to preliminaries, staining to outer margins of final few leaves. Early owner signature to head of title page, interior otherwise clean. A handsome copy. * F … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2012-05-27 01:07:04
Ovid
J Tonson at Shakespear's Head, London, 1719. Antiquarian copy bound in full leather of Ovid's art of love together with Amoursan Remedy of love and to which is added The Court of love a tale from Chaucer and the history of love. 424 pages with some full page engravings and smaller illustrations.Book is overall bright and clean just some light browning to first couple of pages and to last 20 pages. Book is sound though paper endpapers are split at inner hinges, binding is sound but thinning at front, outer leather binding is rubbed and worn on edges and front hinge is thinning and weakening. A pleasing copy of an antiquarian book SEE IMAGE. DETAILED IMAGES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST Size: 6 x 3 ½ Inches [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Peter Sheridan, Books Bought and Sold [West Molesey, Surrey, United Kingdom]
2012-05-23 14:31:34
CARERI, Gemelli [Giovanni Francesco].
1719. Artikeldetails Voyage du Tour du Monde, traduit de l`Italien par L. M. N. CARERI, Gemelli [Giovanni Francesco]. Paris, Ganeau 1719. Tome sixième (de 6) : De la Nouvelle Espagne. Schmutztitel, Titelbl., 2 Bll., 512 S. Mit Titel- u. Schlußvign., 1 (v. 2) Kupfertaf. (fälschlich aus Bd. 4: "Tour de de Porcelaine de Nan Kin"). Ldr. d. Zt. Bestell-Nr: 1713-06 Bemerkungen: Barbier IV, 1082; Quérard III, 302; Griep/Luber 479; Sabin VII, 197 - Erste französische Ausgabe der im 18. Jhdt. populären Reisebeschreibung, die auszugsweise in die großen Reisesammlungen der damaligen Zeit aufgenommen wurde. (vgl. auch Henze II, 333). Enthält eine ausführl. Beschreibung von Mexico mit Veracruz, von Peru, Havanna... Schlagworte: Reise, AmerikaEUR 354,79 (inkl. 10,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-15).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2012-05-23 12:04:53
Toaldo Giuseppe)
Nicht in Riccardi u. Sotheran.- Erste Ausgabe.- Sehr selten mit den beiden Ergänzungsblättern.- Giuseppe Toaldo (Pianezze, 1719 - Padua, 1797) war ein italienischer katholischer Priester und Physiker.- Titel u. Tafeln verso gestempelt, etw. gebräunt od. fleckig, Ebd. berieben u. bestoßen.# Very Scarce. Only four copies listed in RLIN and OCLC: at Harvard, the University of Wisconsin, Adler Planetarium in Illinois, and the Smithsonian Institution.- [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2012-05-21 14:49:07
[Schütz, Philipp Balthasar Sinold von]
Frankfurt / Leipzig, Monatischer Buchladen, 1719 / 1718 [sic]. Kl.8°, (Fronti. fehlt) Titelbl., 206 S., 4 Bl. (Inhaltsverzeichnis); gestochenes Frontispiz, Titelbl., 180 S., Pgt. m. rotem Kopfschnitt., Deckel fleckig, hint. Deckel grossflächig gebräunt, Neue Widmung a. Vs., erstes Frontispiz fehlt, Papier tlw. gebräunt, tlw. etw. stockfl. Preis in CHF: 605. Sinold: Philipp Balthasar S. gen. v. Schütz, entstammte dem alten berühmten Adelsgeschlechte der Sinolde von Schütz und wurde am 5. Mai 1657 auf dem hessisch-darmstädtischen Schlosse Königsberg bei Gießen geboren, wo sein Vater damals hessischer Oberamtmann war, der nachmals als lüneburgischer Minister und Kanzler starb (s. o.). Der Sohn erhielt seine Vorbildung auf dem Gymnasium zu Weißenfels, das damals der Rector Christian Weise leitete, und studirte dann in Jena die Rechte. Darauf führte ihn eine längere Reise durch Italien, und hier trat er zu Florenz in die Gardecavallerie des Herzogs von Tosccma ein, in der er fast zwei Jahre Kriegsdienste that. Heimgekehrt nach Deutschland, weilte er mehrere Jahre in Leipzig als Privatgelehrter und gab hier eine Zeitschrift "Die europäische Fama" (1704) heraus, in der er die Politik vom christlichen Standpunkte aus beleuchtete. Fortsetzungen dieser Zeitschrift von Anderen erschienen später als "Neue europäische Fama" (Leipzig 1735 ff.) und "Neueste europäische Fama" (Gotha 1760 ff.). Im Jahre 1704 lieferte er auch die erste Ausgabe des bekannten "Zeitungs-Lexikons", das später von Hübner in Hamburg, von Jäger, Mannert u. A. vielfach umgearbeitet worden ist. In demselben Jahre war … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
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2012-05-20 14:00:34
PLAUTUS, Titus Maccius) PLAUTE.
Aux dépens de la Compagnie. Amsterdam, aux dépens de la Compagnie, 1719. 10 vol. in 12 de [1] f. -84-451pp., [1] f-563-[1]pp., [1]-509-[1]pp. (blanc), [1] f. -459-[l]pp., 485pp. mal chiffrés 585, [1] f. -455pp., [1] f. -439pp., [1] f. -447pp., [1] f. -383-[1]pp., [1] f. -71pp.-[1]p. blanche-[76] ff., reliures en pleine basane fauve de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs ornés de caissons dorés, de fleurons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin beige encadrées de filets dorés, titre doré, plats et dos légèrement frottés, cinq coiffes légèrement accidentées avec des petits manques de cuir, papier parfois jauni, quelques rousseurs, coins émoussés, coupes frottées, quelques petites épidermures, texte latin avec la traduction française en regard, frontispice orné d'une gravure par Wandelaar, huit autres gravures dans les ouvrages par Goeree et douze autres par Wanderlaar à pleine page, ex-libris manuscrit au stylo bleu sur chaque premier contreplat, titre en noir et en rouge sur les pages de titre avec une petite gravure, tranches rouges, bon et bel exemplaire. Première édition de cette très bonne traduction, comprenant 20 pièces de théâtre suivies des ''Fragmens et des Sentences'', et d'une table des mots anciens ou difficiles & des façons de parler particulières de Plaute. Traduction de Henri Philippe de Limiers restée la meilleure jusqu'à la parution de celle de Naudet en 1831, trois comédies ''Amphytrion''',''Epidecus" et ''L'heureux naufrage" furent traduites par Mme Dacier et une, ''Les Captifs" par M. Coste. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2012-05-20 11:36:18
CABASSUTIO (Joanne) [CABASSUT (Jean)]
, Lugduni (Lyon), Boudet Declaustre Deville de la Roche 1719, in-4, rel. pl. veau fauve, dos à 5 nerfs ornés de fleurons, dentelles et filets dorés encadrant, tit. sur pc. bordeaux, tr. rouge, titre en rouge et noir, ex-libris ancien, cul-de-lampe, bandeaux, vignettes et lettrines, (plats lég. frottés, plat sup. rogné sur 5 mm. de profondeur sur toute la marge ext., coiffe de tête lég. accidentée, coiffe de queue manquante, coupes et coins émoussés avec lég. mq., 1 ex-libris raturé), int. très frais, [12ff.]-600p.-[35ff.].
Bookseller: La Memoire du Droit [PARIS, France]
2012-05-18 21:45:05
LA FAYETTE, Marie-Madeleine Pioche de la Vergne, Comtesse de].
Paris, Compagnie des Libraires 1719. Avec privil�ge du Roy. Paris, Compagnie des Libraires 1719. Avec privilège du Roy.. 4 Tle. in 1 Bd. kl.-8°. Titelbl., 3 Bll., 207 S.; Titelbl., 209 (1) S. (Durchgeh. paginiert). HLdr. d. Zt. Mit Rückensch. Rü. leicht berieb. La princesse de Clèves stellt innerhalb der als nouvelle historique bezeichneten Form des zeitgenössischen Kurzromans eine Ausnahme gerade durch die einzigartige Darstellungskunst hinsichtlich seelischer Konflikte dar und darf als Anfang des psychologischen Romans in Frankreich gelten." (Kindler). - Erschien erstmals 1678.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2012-05-11 11:21:10
La Motte, M. de, [Antoine Houdar]:
Chez Gregoire Dupuis, rue saint Jacques, a la Fontaine d'or., Paris: 1719 - Frontis, xlii, 358, [2] privelege du Roy. With the 102 exquisite copper engravings, including frontis and title vignette, after Gillot, Charles Coypel and others. Pages cockled and with a generally light tide stain to many pages, but otherwise very clean. With the heraldic bookplate of Sr. Josa. Van Neck. Edges sprinkled. Quarto, firm, in contemporary sprinkled calf with gilt spine with raised bands. Surface of boards eroded in places, spine delightful. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Chapel Books
2012-05-10 13:02:25
Herman Moll (1654-1732)
London 1719 - Herman Moll (1654-1732) “South America: With federal remarks. Dedicated to the Earl of Sunderland.” From The World described; or a New and Correct Sett of Maps. London, 1719 Engraving with original hand color Sheet size: 40 1/2" x 25"; 30" x 46 ¼" framed Herman Moll came to England from the Netherlands shortly after 1680 and became one of the most prolific cartographers of the first part of the eighteenth century. Early in his career, he used his skills as an engraver to obtain work from the cartographer Moses Pitt, among others. He had a knack for making interesting friends and involving himself in unusual projects, as he provided maps for Daniel Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe and Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels. In 1689 he established his own London shop, and maps of a uniquely Moll character began to appear during Queen Anne’s reign. His individual style of mapmaking grew increasingly more distinct as his career progressed. Moll’s maps are noted for their elaborate design, clarity of lettering and numerous legends on the map’s face. These lengthy writings give historical information about the geography, inhabitants, and overall particulars of the area shown. His impressive body of maps and atlases constitute some of the finest examples of early British cartography and summation of British knowledge at the time. Each is beautifully rendered and has great historical significance. Very few English mapmakers had made a name for themselves in the 16th and 17th centuries, because Dutch cartographers were generally so far ahead … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco
2012-05-08 18:30:27
TOURNEFORT JOSEPH PITTON (de).
Ex Typograpia Regia,, Parisiis, 1719. Tre volumi di cm. 24, di cui uno di testo di pp. (6) xxxii (16) 695 (9) 58 con testate e capolettera; seguono due volumi di tavole con belle antiporta figurate e 489 tavole incise in rame. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in mezza pelle con punte, dorsi a nervi con titoli e filetti in oro. Esemplare genuino, fresco ed in eccellente stato di conservazione, come è raro per quest'opera. Terza, apprezzata edizione di questa celebre compilazione botanica, ampliata rispetto alle precedenti del Corollarium e di alcune tavole. Cfr. Pritzel 8428. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2012-05-06 09:52:04
Bradley, Richard
London: W. Mears at the Lamb Without Temple-Bar, 1719. THIRD EDITION. Complete. In three (3) parts each with a separate title page printed in red and black. Bound together with "The Gentleman and Gardener's Kalendar", 1720. Original calf boards professionally reback modern brown calf raised spine in gilded decoration. Photos available upon request. Full title reads: New Imporivements of Planting and Gardening, both Philosophical and Practical; explaining the Motion of the Sapp and Generation of Plants. With other Discoveries never before made Publick, for the Improvement of Forest Trees, Flower Gardens, or Parterres; with a New Invention whereby more Designs of Garden-Plats may be made in an Hour, than can be found in all the books now extant. Likewise several rare Secrets for the Improvement of Fruit-Trees, Kitchen-Gardens, and Green House Plants. Issued in three parts (bound together in this volume). Each part in red and black titles, with numerous fold-out illus. Title pages with 1719 and 1720. Part I. (i-xv), 72pp; two full page copper engravings; Part II. 136p two FOLD OUT copper engravings; Part III. 290p + 2p. Ads. Three FOLD OUT copper engravings; Bound in volume is The Gentleman and Gardener's Kalendar Directing what is necessary to be done every Month in the Kitchen-Garden, Fruit-Garden, Nursery, Management of Forest-Trees, Green-House, and Flower-Garden, with Directions for the making and Ordering Hop-Grounds, Also the Design of a Green-House (finely engrav'd) after a New Manner, contriv'd purposely for the good keeping of Exotick Plants by Seigni … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-05-06 07:06:27
Heylyn, P.:
Dublin Printed for James Carson and John Hyde and Robert Owen, 1719. Folio. Two Parts in One Volume. 156, 126 & 58pp. Engraved head and tailpieces. Later full calf, blind tooled. Leather spine label, raised bands, marbled end papers. All edges red. Bookplate. Small hole to top of title where former owner's name has been removed. An attractive copy of the rare Dublin edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kerr & Sons Booksellers ABA [Cartmel, CMA, United Kingdom]
2012-05-05 14:03:08
La Motte, M. de, [Antoine Houdar]:
Paris:: Chez Gregoire Dupuis, rue saint Jacques, a la Fontaine d'or., 1719.. First edition.. Hardcover. Very Good. Frontis, xlii, 358, [2] privelege du Roy. With the 102 exquisite copper engravings, including frontis and title vignette, after Gillot, Charles Coypel and others. Pages cockled and with a generally light tide stain to many pages, but otherwise very clean. With the heraldic bookplate of Sr. Josa. Van Neck. Edges sprinkled. Quarto, firm, in contemporary sprinkled calf with gilt spine with raised bands. Surface of boards eroded in places, spine delightful.
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2012-04-28 18:20:42
CHATELAIN, Henri Abraham (1684-1743)
Amsterdam: Chez L'Honoré & Châtelain, 1719. Copper-engraved map, in excellent condition. 17 1/8 x 21 7/8 inches. An important and fascinating map of Canada from Châtelain's celebrated Atlas Historique. This very finely engraved and epistemologically interesting map was one of the most important maps of Canada printed during its time, and was included in Châtelain's Atlas Historique. It is largely derived from Guillaume de L'Isle's famous 1703 map of Canada, and the geography of the Great Lakes, eastern Canada and New England is quite accurate for the time. The numerous trading posts and missions of New France and the major towns of the adjacent British colonies are labeled. The area around Hudson's Bay is shown to be inhabited by native tribes referred to as the "Christinaux or Kilistinons," while Labrador is home to the "Eskimaux." Interestingly, the map features a number of notes specifically referring to the names of explorers and the dates in which they discovered certain places, such as the reference to 'Nouveau Danemarc', discovered by the Danish explorer Jan Munk in 1619. The depiction of the upper Mississippi and Ohio basins is also quite detailed, noting the position of the French fort of 'St. Louis' or 'Crèvecouer' near the present-day site of Peoria, Illinois. Perhaps the most fascinating aspect of the map is its portrayal of the "Rivière Longue," one of the most sensational and enduring cartographic misconceptions ever devised. This imaginary river was reported to flow from the 'Pays des Gnacsitares' in the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-11 11:08:50
POZZO, Andrea
Augsburg: Jeremias Wolff, 1719. hardcover. very good. 2 volumes in 1. 220 copper engravings by Joanne Boxbarth (Georg Conrad Bodeneer). Title and text in German and Latin in two columns. Some creasing on title page and last few pages of the index. Thick folio, original vellum (a bit warped). Augsburg: Jeremias Wolff, 1719. Internally a very good copy. First published in 1706-1709, Pozzo's treatise on perspective was written for painters and architects. His greatest masterpiece being the ceiling of the Church of Saint Ignazio in Rome. Berlin catalogue 4726; Brunet IV: 984. With the small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
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2012-04-10 16:55:11
DEFOE, Daniel
London: for W. Taylor,, 1719. who lived eight and twenty years, all alone in an un-inhabited island on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great river of Oroonoque; Having been cast on Shore by Shipwreck, wherein all the Men perished but himself. With An Account how he was at last as strangely deliver'd by Pyrates. Written by himself. [With:] The farther adventures of Robinson Crusoe; being the second and last part of his life, and of the strange surprizing accounts of his travels round three parts of the globe. Written by himself. To which is added a map of the World, in which is Delineated the Voyages of Robinson Crusoe. 2 volumes, octavo (186 × 108 mm). Late 18th-century streaked calf rebacked, spines gilt in compartments, red morocco labels, ruling to boards gilt, red speckled edges. Part 1 with engraved frontispiece; part 2 with folding double hemisphere world map. Elaborate calligraphic ownership inscription to front blank of volume I dated 1781, calligraphic inscription reading "Book" dated 1787 to verso of title page of volume I, ownership inscription dated 1787 to the first page of the preface. A few small repairs to bindings, some light, scattered spotting to contents. An excellent set. First edition of the second volume, third edition of the first, of the book that is widely accepted as the first novel in English, and which has certainly reached an audience as wide as any book ever written in the language. The first part was originally published on 25 April 1719; the third edition was published about 6 June. The sequel, Farther Adventures, was published i … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-10 09:48:37
Jean Rousset de Missy)
A Cologne, chez Pierre le Sincere, M.DCC.XIX. (1719). In-12 relie plein veau,dos à nerfs orne, piece de titre rouge, 446 pages. Marque de possession en lettre dorees sur le premier à-plat "DE CIRFONTAINE" et cachet "Pissot Nore / à Joinville" Dans un ovale en page deux.Bon etat. Attribué à Rousset de Missy par Barbier. Notice n° : FRBNF39362946 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Frederic Delbos [Beaucaire, -, France]
2012-03-20 15:20:53
N.N. - Perry, Jean:
A Amsterdam, Chez Fristch & Bomh, Libraires. 1719. Nouvelle Edition. In -12, plein-veau de l'époque, le dos à cinq nerfs, les entre-nerfs dorés, pièce de titre rouge, le dos au-dessus déchiré au plat inférieur,avec des frottements. Première Partie: Histoire de la Moscovie , 76 p. avec portrait pl.page de Pierre - Alexeowitz, Czar et Grand Duc et une carte dépliable de la Grande Russie gravée. Ensuite: L'Abregé chronologique, 83 p. avec vign.grav. Après: Etat present de la Grande Russie, contenant La relation de ce que S.M. Czarienne a fait de plus remarquable dans ses Etats et une description de la Religion, des Moeurs &c tant des russiens, que des Tartares, & autres Peuples voisins. Par le Capitaine JEAN PERRY. Traduit de l'Anglois. (8)71 p. avec deux vign.grav. Ensuite: La seconde partie de l'Histoire de Moscovie, p.72-339 suivi d'une Table de Matières 11 p. --- 16,5 x 10 cm. Braunes Ganzleder der Zeit, Rücken auf fünf Bünden mit rotbraunem Titelschild und Rückenvergoldung, diese leicht verblasst. Das Rückengelenk am Rückdeckel oben angebrochen, der Einband stärker berieben. Hardcover Enthält den 1. Teil der Geschichte Moskowiens, mit einem Portrait des Zaren Peter-Alexander und einer schönen gest.Faltkarte des russischen Reiches, 76 S. Beigebunden: Ein chronologischer Abriss mit 83 S. mit gest.Vign. Weiterhin beigebunden: Eine interessante Beschreibung Russlands und seiner Sitten vom Kapitän John Perry, aus dem Engl.übersetzt mit (8)71 S. und Vign. Sowie: Der 2. Teil der Geschichte Moskowiens auf den Seiten 72-339 zzgl. 11 Seiten Stichwortverzeichnis. Insges. noch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat und Buchhandlung Carl Wegner [Berlin, B, Germany]
2012-03-05 18:29:28
Merian, Maria Sibylla.
Amsterdam, Osterwyk, 1719.. Handkolorierter Kupferstich von J. Mulder nach Maria Sibylla Merian. Sichtbares Blattformat: 43x30 cm. Alt gerahmt unter Passepartout in einem vergoldetem Holzrahmen (63x51 cm).. Das Blatt in einem guten, kräftigen Abdruck, in schönem Handkolorit. Ohne jede Beschädigung, absolut sauber u. fleckenlos. Kleiner Absplitter im unteren rechten Rahmenrand.
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2012-02-25 16:59:56
William Musgrave
Iscae Dunmoniorum (Exeter) , Typis Geo. Bishop : Prostant Venales Apud Joh. March, Bibliopolam Exoniensem, Guil. Taylor Et Joh. Sprint, Londinenses 1719-20, London. 5 History, British; History, Roman; Military; 18th Century; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; British History. William Musgrave. Belgium Britannicum In Quo Illius Limites, Fluvii, Urbes, Viae Militares, Populus, Lingua, Dii Monumenta. 3 Vols. Lon: Iscae Dunmoniorum, 1719-1716. 8vo in 4s. Early speckled calf, red morocco spine labels, all edges red. Crowns and one foot a bit frayed, overall quite lightly worn, joints rubbed, contents very good but for light dampstains in few lower margins of Vol II. Ex-libris Joseph Pickford Jun. With armorial bookplate over an unidentifed and larger one, with neat gift inscription to him near top of three title pages dated August 1785. ++ Vol I: Belgium Britannicum. 1719. 7 plates. ++ Vol II: 2 title pages, followed by separate paginations: [1] Antiquitates Britanno-Belgicae, Praecipue Romanae., 1719, 7 plates; and [2] Antiquitatum Britanno-Belgicarum, Volumen Quartum., 1720, 5 plates. ++ Vol III's title: Regiae Societatis Utriusque Socii Geta Britannicus., 1716, 4 plates. Roman-era "Hampshire through Wiltshire to Somerset" - ODNB. Extensive plates are intriguing and generally VG. Adt'l graphics of book sides and several plates. Roman occupation of Britain in the areas inhabited by the Belgraves. 3 vols-Xxvi, 2, 223 [19]; viii [9], vi, 190, 81, [12]; xiii, [2], 52, [20], 138, iv, 18, [13]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks) [Vineland, NJ, U.S.A.]
2012-02-10 10:59:43
1719. Kupferstich-Karte von Jacques Chiquet, datiert Paris 1719, alt grenzkoloriert. Ca. 16,3 x 21,9 cm. Etwas fingerfleckig. Mc Laughlin, California as an Island 191.. An elegant map of the continent depicting California as an island with an indented northern coast and Cap Blanc, Port des Roys and Pointe de la Cair at the north end of the island. The British colonies are shown confined east of the Appalachians, with France in control of the region between there and the Mississippi River. Spain controls all of the west and Florida. Lots of interesting annotations in the body of the map. Two ships and a sea monster fill the Atlantic. Unusually, included with the map is an additional explanatory sheet of the engraving mentioning California to be one of the largest islands of the world. Jacques Chiquet (1673 - 1721), french cartographer, only published two work: a small atlas, called Le Nouveau et Curieux Atlas Geographique et Historique and an atlas of France called Nouveau Atlas Francais. Both were published in 1719. Chiquet died shortly after publishing these atlases, therefore his works are rare.
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2012-02-08 09:37:19
VALDES, Pedro.
Nicolás Rodríguez Francos., Madrid. 1719 - Papel algo deteriorado por humedad que no afecta a texto. Anotación en guarda. Cubierta deslucida. Enc. Pergamino. CONTRA REEMBOLSO, +5.00€ LIBRO EN ESPANOL
Bookseller: Librería Javier Fernández
2012-02-04 19:55:26
ROUSSET DE MISSY, Jean].
Fft. u. Lpz., o. Vlg. 1719. 8°. 9 Bll., 1192 S. mit 10 (v. 11) Portr. in Kupfer (inkl. Frontisp.). Pgmt. d. Zt. Etw. gebräunt u. fleckig. Hayn-Got. VI, 175f. - Deutsche Übers. d. Orig.: "Histoire publique et secrète de la cour de Madrid", im selben Jahr erschienen. Das mit D. F. unterzeichnete Vorwort läßt auf die Autorenschaft von David Fassmann (1683-1744) schließen. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Geschichte, Spanien
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2012-01-23 23:04:23
Moretus, Theodorus.
Wien, Ignaz Dominikus Voigt, 1719. 12°. Mit einer gefalt. Kupfertafel. 2 Bll., 229 S., 5 Bll., Holzdeckelbd. d. Zt. m. Goldbrokatpapierbezug u. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Rotschnitt. Seltene Wiener Ausgabe dieser Abhandlung über die Meeresströmungen bzw. -gezeiten. - Moretus war aus Antwerpen gebürtig, gehörte aber jahrzehntelang zum gelehrten Jesuitenkreis Prags und Breslaus und stand mit Hevelius in brieflicher Verbindung. Er veröffentlichte zahlr. Arbeiten zu Physik, Mathematik und Astronomie; sämtliche selten und bibliographisch kaum erfasst. - Die gefalt. Kupfertafel zeigt eine Weltkarte mit dem pazifischen, atlantischen und indischen Ozean. - Rücken lädiert u. Deckeln gelockert. Etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Dt. Mus., Libri rari 195; De Backer/S. V, 1320, 16; Poggendorff II, 202 (EA Antwerpen 1665). Versand D: 9,80 EUR Naturwissenschaften, Technik, Moretus, Tractatus physico-mathematicus de aestu maris. Authore Theodoro Moreto [...] dum in antiquissima, ac celeberrima Universitate Viennensi, promotore R. P. Wilibaldo Krieger, Jesuiten, Wien
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2012-01-15 17:14:43
TRIVETI, Nicolai. [TRIVET or TREVET, Nicholas]
Oxonii [Oxford]: e Theatro Sheldoniano, 1719.. 8vo. (26), 347, (1, 32 index followed by postscript) pp. Late 18th century dark green straight grain morocco, spine with raised bands, gilt lettered to two panels with ornate decoration to the other compartments, gilt tooled rosettes with flower and leaf stems to the corners of each board, the ciphered initials "P.S." to the upper cover and the motto "Vincit et Patitur" to the lower board in gilt, gilt inner dentelles, mustard coloured endpapers, all edges gilt. Frontispiece portrait. Binding slightly rubbed, some very light spotting to the front and rear leaves, else a most handsome copy. The binding has sometime been attributed to the noted binder Roger Payne, his name is pencilled on one of the front endpapers though nowhere is the binding signed. Certainly the binding has the appearance of his work and, specifically, the cornerpieces are very reminiscent of devices that he used. Nicholas Trivet (c.1257 - c.1334) was a Dominican friar and scholar. Manuscripts exist of various works by him, though this is one of the few that subsequently ever made it into print. The work chronicles the history of the early Plantagenet dynasty, from King Stephen to Edward I. This edition is edited by Anthony Hall, an Oxford scholar who had previously edited a 1709 edition of the work of the English antiquarian John Leland "Commentarii de Scriptoribus Britannicis". His postscript at the rear of the volume indicates his intention to publish the continuation of the manuscript from which he was working, the "Annalium Continuatio" appeared 3 year … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-01-15 04:17:12
CHIQUET, Jacques.
La Nouveau et Curieux Atlas Geographique et historique. c.1719. Copper engraving. Original colour with later additions. Size: 22 x 16.5 cm. (8½ x 6½ inches). Fine condition, good margins. Map of European Russia, with a list of Dukes of Muscovy at lower left and a title cartouche at top right. In the early eighteenth century, French cartography overtook the Dutch in terms of accuracy and design. Chiquet's delightful Nouveau et Curieux Atlas was typical product of the time. Moreland and Bannister, p.132.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-12-21 21:49:06
Moretus, Theodorus.
Wien, Ignaz Dominikus Voigt, 1719.. 12°. Mit einer gefalt. Kupfertafel. 2 Bll., 229 S., 5 Bll., Holzdeckelbd. d. Zt. m. Goldbrokatpapierbezug u. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Rotschnitt.. Seltene Wiener Ausgabe dieser Abhandlung über die Meeresströmungen bzw. -gezeiten. - Moretus war aus Antwerpen gebürtig, gehörte aber jahrzehntelang zum gelehrten Jesuitenkreis Prags und Breslaus und stand mit Hevelius in brieflicher Verbindung. Er veröffentlichte zahlr. Arbeiten zu Physik, Mathematik und Astronomie; sämtliche selten und bibliographisch kaum erfasst. - Die gefalt. Kupfertafel zeigt eine Weltkarte mit dem pazifischen, atlantischen und indischen Ozean. - Rücken lädiert u. Deckeln gelockert. Etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Dt. Mus., Libri rari 195; De Backer/S. V, 1320, 16; Poggendorff II, 202 (EA Antwerpen 1665).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
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2011-12-15 15:02:10
[Edinburgh: James Watson, 1719. 16mo, lacking all before Z2, the text beginning with The Proverbs; separate title page for the New Testament, ruled in red throughout; contemporary red goatskin with an all-over gilt design in the "cottage-roof" style, rebacked, the gilt-decorated spine in 6 compartments neatly laid down, a.e.g.; the extremities are worn and rubbed but the binding is sound, and attractive.
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2011-12-14 15:59:56
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. . Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Knowlton Court showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-12-11 20:16:48
Aler, Paul
Gottfried Meuchers, Köln, 1719. 8°, 4 Bll., 768 (recte 760) S. Lederband d. Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung. Sprache: Latein, Etwas berieben und bestoßen; ca. 1 cm Fehlstelle am unteren Kapital und Rückengelenk hier mit kleinen Fehlstellen; Ecken mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; Rückenschild fehlt; Vorsätze leimschattig; durchgehend Wasserfleck am Fuß (ca. 1/4 der Seitengröße); letzte Bll. teils im weißen Rand am Fuß sehr schwach moderfleckig; stockfleckig; hinterer Innendeckel mit Bezugspapierfehlstelle am Fuß; zum Schluß hin 8 Blätter (S. 737-752) verbunden (jeweils das spätere Blatt vor das frühere Blatt eingebunden: 739/740 vor 737/738, 743/744 vor 741/742 etc); die Seiten 753-760 werden in der Paginierung übergangen (vollständiges Exemplar); alter Besitzvermerk eines Arnold Joseph Freson aus Waremme (Belgien), ansäßig in Saint-Trond bzw. Sint-Truden (Belgisch-Limburg) auf dem Vordervorsatz:"Huius Libri possessor est Arnoldus Josephus Freson Waremiensis Syntaxista Trudonopolis Anno Domini 1721 vigesima maii" und weiterer Besitzvermerk auf dem hinteren Vorsatz:"Ex Libris Arnoldi Freson Waremiensis poetae trudonopoli anno 1721". Recht frühe Ausgabe des ersten "Gradus ad Parnassum" überhaupt (zuerst Köln 1706). Der Verfasser Paul Aler (1656 - 1727); geb. in St. Vith, gest. in Düren; neulateinischer Dichter und Philologe; Jesuit; Paul Aler gilt als der erste ostbelgische Schriftsteller. Vgl. Wintgens: Grundlegung einer Geschichte der Literatur in Ostbelgien, S. 45-63. 1100 Gramm. Editio septima, correctior & emendatior. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2011-12-10 17:25:56
Clarendon, Edward, Earl of:
Dublin: Printed for John Hyde and Robert Owen Booksellers, 1719. 32 by 20.5 cms. Volume III only of this three vol. edition. 6+445+33 pp. with an engraved frontispiece portrait, decorated capitals a decorative headpiece, tailpiece etc. Bound in contemporary calf, six panelled spine with raised bands and original label, blindstamped decorative panels to boards. The spine has been professionally relaid, with restored spine extremities. Internally the book is tight and clean and carries its 292 years very well. This is an odd volume from the first Dublin printing.
Bookseller: Saintfield Antiques & Fine Books [NEWTOWNARDS, United Kingdom]
2011-12-10 17:25:56
Clarendon, Edward, Earl of
Printed for John Hyde and Robert Owen, Dublin 1719 - Vol 3 only of 3 vols. Pages, (6), 445, index to the 3 vols. Spine damaged with loss - so too the top right hand corner of front cover. In need of rebacking & restorations externally. Internally good. Size: Small Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dublin Bookbrowsers
2011-11-27 09:58:50
MALLET, A(llain). M(anesson). [1630 - 1706]
Paris, 1719. Early. Very Good. BEAUTIFULLY FRAMED 6-1/2 x 8 inches sheet (engraved image size is 3-3/4 x 5-1/2 inches. In very good+, clean condition with attractive full hand colour. A fine 18th century [1719] birds-eye view of Quebec, by A.M. Mallet. Mallet was a well traveled military engineer and geographer who worked in 17th century Paris under King Louis XIV. From his monumental "Description de L'Univers". With a decorative title banner, numerous ships, and a very detailed prospect of the city.
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