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2012-07-01 13:48:38
MOULLIN DE MARGUERY (Jean)
Paris, François Barois, 1723, in-12, reliure de l'époque plein veau glacé fauve, dos à 5 nerfs orné de caissons fleuris, dentelles sur les coupes, tranches rouges, XVI-416-10pp. (légers frottements sur les plats, accident à la coiffe, galerie de vers en haut de 120 pages sans atteinte au texte principal, par ailleurs bon exemplaire exempt de rousseurs) Apparemment la seule édition de cet ouvrage rare dédié au duc de Gêvres. Le thermalisme aux portes de Paris. L'auteur fait une analyse chimique puis une comparaison avec les eaux ferrugineuses des sources connues de l'époque (Tongres, Spa, Rouen, Provins, etc) et leur trouve des vertus similaires pour le traitement de certaines maladies. 120 ans plus tard on forera à Passy un puits artésien.
Bookseller: Librairie Les Oies Sauvages [France, Pontault-Combault]
2012-06-30 08:24:20
Villeroi (duc de) François de Neufville 1644 1730
1 lettre signée 2 In-4 05/10/1723 bon Au sujet de l'ouvrage adressé par l'évêque de Soissons. «[.] J'aurai grand soin de me faire lire votre nouvel ouvrage». Maréchal de France. Fils de Nicolas IV de Neufville. Elevé avec Louis XIV, il devient gouverneur du jeune roi Louis XV, de 1717 à 1722. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [Paris, France]
2012-06-29 19:01:21
Price, Richard
T. Cadell, Pamphlet, 8vo, stitched, uncut, 132 pp. Some small tears and chips at extremities, some soiling to title and final pages, normal aging and browning. Price (1723-1791) was a prominent philosopher and poltical radical. He was also a clergyman, and continued to preach until his death in 1791. Around 1758, he started to publish his political and moral views, and in 1776, wrote this pro American tract that defended American patriots. His pro American views even got him an invitation from Benjamin Franklin in 1778 to come to America to advise on financial matters.This was a very important work in its time, and was published in a number of editions, including editions in Philadelphia, New York and Boston. ODB. Adams American Controversy 76-118e. Howes P586. Sabin 65452.
Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio Rare Books & Prints
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2012-06-25 10:36:32
Juncker, Johann.
Halle, Waisenhaus, 1723. - (4), 112 SS. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt mit gest. Titelvignette. Gesprenkelter Pappband der Zeit. 4to. Erste Ausgabe; nicht häufig (Blake und Wellcome verzeichnen nur spätere Ausgaben). Kompendium der Rezeptierkunst durch den "wohl bedeutendsten Verbreiter der Stahlschen Lehre" (SBPK). Johann Juncker (1680-1759), ein Anhänger des pietistisch geprägten "Animismus" Georg Stahls, wurde 1717 Arzt an Franckes Waisenhaus in Halle "und im folgenden Jahr zum Dr. med. promoviert. 1729 zum o.Prof. an der medizinischen Fakultät ernannt, entwickelte Juncker die Krankenanstalt der Stiftungen zum Modellinstitut für den damals noch unbekannten klinischen Unterricht der Studenten" (DBE). "Seine Lehrbücher, unter dem charakteristischen Titel 'Conspectus' herausgebracht und sämtlich 'methodo Stahliana' entworfen, erlangten in immer wiederholten Auflagen weite Verbreitung [. Sein] 'Conspectus chemiae' war das beste Chemie-Handbuch seiner Zeit (Ferchl)" (NDB). - Teils leicht (finger-)fleckig; mehrere zeitgenössische Marginalien und hs. Ergänzungen. Gegen Ende winzige Wurmspuren im w. Rand. Hirsch/Hübotter III, 472. Kat. SBPK (Chemie im 18. Jh.), S. 48 (u. vgl. Nr. 85). NDB X, 662. Jöcher/Adelung II, 2348. Vgl. Wellcome III, 372. Blake 238. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
2012-06-19 10:40:57
GUEULETTE (Thomas Simon)],
P., Saugrain 1723. 2 volumes in-16 de 11 f.n.ch.-364 pp. et 337 pp.-6 f.n.ch., orné d'un frontispice et de 7 illustrations hors-texte en taille douce, reliure plein veau, dos à nerfs orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison. Reliures vieillies, coiffes restaurées, galerie de ver marginale jusqu'à la page 5. Une figure tachée. (Barbier I-345 et Cohen 466 qui donne Prault et Moughet comme éditeur, à la même date). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE L'OPIOMANE [Paris, France]
2012-06-14 13:53:41
LOUDIEV, D. D. :
. (2) weiße Bl., gest. Frontispiz mit handschriftlich eingetragener Titel- und Verfasserangabe, 434, (1) S. (die Seiten 9 - 10, 97 - 100 und 252 sind unbeschrieben), mit sechs beigebundenen Kupfern, Lederband der Zeit auf fünf unechten Bünden, mit rotem goldgeprägtem Rückenschild, reicher Rückenvergoldung und marmorierten Vorsätzen (Kanten stellenweise berieben).. Die Kupfer (das erste zeigt den 'Arbor Porphyriana', das zweite den 'Arbor Purchotiana', das dritte eine Allegorie der Logik, das vierte die 'Dispositio Syllogisimi', das fünfte ein Schema der 'Regulae Syllogismorum' und das sechste eine Allegorie der Moral) konnten von wohlhabenderen Studenten zur Verschönerung ihrer Mitschriften erworben werden; im vorliegenden Falle "chez Vallet, Graveur du Roy". Das Manuskript beginnt mit einer allgemeinen und speziellen Einleitung in die Philosophie. Im allgemeinen Teil ("Compendium philosophiae") wird das Ziel aller Philosophie, als Suche nach der Wahrheit bestimmt und dabei unter anderem auch nach ihren metaphysischen Grundlagen gefragt, das heißt nach dem Wesen und dem Stellenwert Gottes (S. 18 - 22). Daran anschließend werden zentrale Themen der Philosophie vorgestellt (Logik, Sprache, Ideen, Qualität und Quantität, Urteile, Diskurse, Methoden, Kategorien etc. S. 23 - 62). Danach wird in der speziellen Einführung ("Philosophia praefatio") (S. 63 -94) das Verhältnis von Erkenntnis und Wahrheit behandelt. Es folgt der "Prima pars philosophiae", das heißt die Abhandlung der Logik: "An logica sit ars ?" Ja: "Conclusio: logica est ars" (S. 102). In dieser Überzeugung werden di … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Elvira Tasbach
2012-06-14 06:01:28
BION, N.
La Haye, P. Husson, T. Jonson, F. Gosse, etc., 1723, 25,5 x 19,5 cm., plena piel con pérdida en la tapa anterior y en la unión con el lomo, bello frontis grabado en cobre por D. Coster + 4 h. + 388 págs. + 1 h. + 30 láminas plegadas con numerosas figuras. (Tercera edición, la primera en tamaño 4º, de esta rara obra donde se da una completa y detallada descripción de las herramientas matemáticas utilizadas al comienzo del siglo XVIII). MATEMÁTICAS ARQUITECTURA
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos [Malaga, Spain]
2012-06-10 20:20:40
VASLET (Louis)
La Haye, Frères Vaillant, N. Prévost, 1723. petit in-8, XXVII-[5]-291-[21] pp., veau blond, dos à nerfs orné, encadrement de triple filet doré sur les plats, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Coiffes usées, un mors inférieur fendu, mais bon exemplaire. L'ouvrage est peu commun, et c'est au demeurant l'unique composition attribuable à ce Louis Vaslet, dont on ne sait pas grand chose, en dehors d'un opuscule sur le feu des Vestales de 1768, qui lui est parfois donné, mais sans certitude. Au demeurant, c'est une compilation assez habile de dissertations antérieures.
Bookseller: Librairie Historique F. Teissèdre [PARIS, France]
2012-06-09 23:50:29
MORGAGNI, GIOVANNI BATTISTA
Leiden: Johannem Arnoldum Langerak, 1723. Leiden: Johannem Arnoldum Langerak. Worn condition. Boards, fep and half title detached. Some foxing and marginal discolouration. Content in overall good condition. Ex Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Library. 1723. [First Edition]. Brown hardback cloth cover. 270mm x 200mm (11" x 8"). xxi, 618pp. Engraved portrait frontispiece, title page, vignettes and 11 b/w plates. 'Quorum tria posteriora nunc primùm prodeunt. Novis pluribus aereis Tabulis, & universali accuratissimo Indice ornata. Opus nunc vere absolutum'. .
Bookseller: Barter Books [United Kingdom]
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2012-06-09 23:50:29
Morgagni, Giovanni Battista
Johannem Arnoldum Langerak, Leiden, 1723. xxi, 618pp. Engraved portrait frontispiece, title page, vignettes and 11 b/w plates. 'Quorum tria posteriora nunc primùm prodeunt. Novis pluribus aereis Tabulis, & universali accuratissimo Indice ornata. Opus nunc vere absolutum'. Worn condition. Boards, fep and half title detached. Some foxing and marginal discolouration. Content in overall good condition. Ex Royal College of Surgeons Ireland Library [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd [Alnwick, NORTH, United Kingdom]
2012-06-09 18:17:49
PHISICA -
- (2) weiße Bl., Titelblatt, (1) weißes Bl., (248) Bl., (2) weiße Bl., mit 14 kleineren Zeichnungen im Text und 3 graphischen Darstellungen der verschiedenen Weltbilder. Lederband der Zeit auf fünf unechten Bünden, mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild, reicher Rückenvergoldung und dreiseitigem Rotschnitt (Einband stellenweise berieben), gr. 8vo. Die vorliegende allgemeine und spezielle Naturgeschichte bildete im frühen 18. Jahrhundert üblicherweise, nach der Logik und der Ethik, den dritten Teil des traditionellen Philosophiestudiums. Die allgemeine Naturlehre beginnt mit der Definition dessen, was Natur, respektive 'phisica' ist, um daran anschließend zunächst einige Grundbegriffe der Mathematik zu erläutern (Punkt, Linie, Kreis). Darauf folgt die Erörterung so allgemeiner Fragen wie "Was ist Materie ?" (Bl. 17), aus welchen Elementen setzt sie sich zusammen ? (Bl. 27), ist sie teilbar ? (Bl. 34) etc. um schließlich zum Komplex mechanischer Bewegungsabläufe zu gelangen (Aufprall, Ablenkung etc.). Das folgende Kapitel befasst sich dann mit mechanischen Instrumenten, wie dem Aufzug (Bl. 93), dem Zahnrad (Bl. 94) oder der schiefen Ebene (Bl. 95). Der allgemeine, erste Teil schließt mit Betrachtungen über Hitze (Bl. 111), Kälte (Bl. 114) und Flüssigkeiten (Bl. 117). Der zweite Teil beginnt mit Blatt 129 v und ist mit 'De corpore inanimato' überschrieben. Zunächst werden die verschiedenen Sonnensysteme vorgestellt; das Ptolemäische (Bl. 145), das von Tycho Brahe (Bl. 146) und das Kopernikanische (Bl. 147), sowie schließlich das Descart'sche Erklärungssystem der Himmelsbewegungen (Bl. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Elvira Tasbach
2012-06-06 13:14:02
Cardinale Giovanni Bona
Antverpiae, Apud Joannem Baptistam Verdussen, 1723. In Folio; VI - 656 pagine. Legatura coeva in pergamena con tasello del titolo in pelle. Tagli spruzzati in rosso.Vignetta al frontespizio con il ritratto dell'Autore. Capolettera, Testaine e finalini incisi. Testo in Latino per due colonne con chiose. Interno molto fresco e ben conservato.. prima edizione. Rilegato. ottimo/senza sovraccoperta.
Bookseller: Historia, Regnum et Nobilia [BATTIPAGLIA, SA, Italy]
2012-06-06 12:48:37
Sherlock, Guillaume (William) (Traduction d'Elie de Goncourt)
Jean Neaulme, La Haye 1723 - 395 et 401 pages, 2 volumes. Perte de cuir en surface du premier plat du second volume, quelques rousseurs. Complet du portrait de l'auteur. William Sherlock (1641-1707) a été nommé doyen de St-Paul en 1691. In-8 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Bonheur d'occasion (LILA/ILAB)
2012-05-24 09:33:22
F. C. Menestrier.
Bruyset, Lyon 1723 - 9x17. Bl. 4h. 298pp. 15h. bl. Ilus. con 32 láminas de escudos e ilustraciones xilográficas entre texto. Plena piel de época. Cubs. algo deslucidas, sin tejuelo. Hermosa guía del arte de la blasonería, profusamente ilustrado. Anotaciones a pluma (finales s. XIX o s. XX.) Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 4 Euros.
Bookseller: Carmichael Alonso libros
2012-05-20 17:15:32
PLINIUS SECUNDUS, CAIUS.
Paris, Typis Antonii-Urbani Coustelier, 1723. Folio. Two cont. full vellum w. seven raised bands on backs and blindstamped ornamentations on boards. Leather title-labels on backs. Bdg.s somewhat worn. Corners bumped and vellum loosening a bit from front-board of volume one. Woodcut title- and end-vignettes, double-page engr. map of "Flumina Quatuor Paradisii Terrestris" and 11 full-page engr. plates depicting coins. 32 pp., double-page map, 790, (2), 1290 pp., 11 ff. (engr. plates). Second, but by far the best, Harduin-edition. The first was printed in 1685. Consisting of two volumes, volume two divided into two parts, the second part containing the Index Geographicus, Index Nomina Propria, Index Verborum et Sententiarum. Volume two also with the Index Emendationum. Latin text with many very elaborated notes."Of these editions (Paris 1685 (4to) and 1723), by the celebrated Father Harduin, the second edition of 1723, is by far the more copious, splendid, and critical performance. In forming the text, fifteen MSS. were consulted, but only eight of them collated; the excerpta of the remaining seven MSS. were given as by former editors. Explanatory notes are placed under the text, and critical ones are inserted at the end of each book. This edition is upon the whole a very erudite and valuable performance, and may be considered as one of the most useful and extensive works by which the genious and writings of Pliny have been illustrated." (Dibdin 2:325). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-05-20 07:27:04
Anonimo
Chez Gabriel Amaulry, place de Sorbonne, A Paris. In 12° (16x8,5 cm); (6),180, (4) pp., e 5 c. di tav. fuori testo più volte ripiegate (due tavole sono in questo esemplare unite insieme in un'unica tavola).Legatura coeva in piena pelle. Dorso a 5 nervi con titolo e ricchi fregi ai tasselli (cerniera del piatto anteriore lenta e strofinature ai piatti).Tagli spruzzati in rosso. Prima edizione assai rara di questo celebre viaggio immaginario nel quale l'autore parte dall'olanda per dirigersi in Groenlandia e da qui entrare nelle profondità della terra per poi riapparire dal parte opposta della terra. L'opera si inserisce nel filone dei viaggi immaginari e delle descrizioni utopistiche. La prima edizione di quest'opera uscì nel 1721 anche se con sole 3 tavole e con testo leggermente differente rispetto alle edizioni succesive. Questa del 1723 è la seconda, stampata da Amaulry anche se con lo stesso anno se ne trovano anche con altre intestazioni di stampatori. Tutte le prime tre edizioni 1721-1723-1724 sono assai rare. Una leggera e assolutamente non fastidiosa gora nel margine basso bianco da pagina 135 a 138 e per il resto, all'interno, in buone-ottime condizioni di conservaizone. Gove, Philip Babcock: The Imaginary Voyage in Prose Fiction: from 1700 to 1800 ; Versins - 944
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Antonio Zanfrognini [Modena, Italy]
2012-05-19 07:14:42
Nott (John), revised and recommended, cook to his Grace the Duke of Bolton:
London; C Rivington 1st edition, 1723. 8vo, [lacks frontispiece], 1 text illustration, unpaginated but complete [A1-A4, then B8 to Rr8] including advertisement, newly bound in period style in half brown calf over marbled boards, gilt and blind lines about raised bands, orange/red lettering piece. As well as many standard recipes the author included some practical-joke recipes, amongst which are pies with birds and frogs concealed within false tops. Some light, scattered foxing; last leaf wormed with partial loss of a letter; a good-looking copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Staniland (Booksellers) P.B.F.A. [Uppingham, Rutland, United Kingdom]
2012-05-16 11:19:20
LE CLERC, Daniel. First comprehensive history of medicine
Amsterdam ‘aux depens de la Compagnie’, 1723. 4to. Frontispiece [9]f + 820p + [10 + 1 blank)f. Roman & italic letter with some Greek. Title in red & black. With fine engraved frontispiece, 9 engraved plates and 1 folding table. Ornamental vignette on title. Some decorative initials. Bound in 19th century mottled boards and has 2 old collector’s stamps in blank margin of title; worn. Best edition of the first comprehensive history of medicine, here much revised and enlarged by the author who has brought it up to the middle of the 17th century. Le Clerc (1652-1728) studied medicine at Montpellier and Paris before qualifying at Valence in 1672. Paper lightly toned. Blake, p261. Cushing L112. Garrison & Morton 6379. Osler 6036. Wellcome III, p470. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2012-05-15 11:23:16
VERTUE, George
Society of Antiquaries., 1723.. Society of Antiquaries., 1723.. first described in six parts. 10th Dec.1666 ... by John Leake for the Use of the Commissioners for the regulation of streets, lanes & et. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Fine condition. Size: 127 x 56 cm. (50 x 22 inches) . Framed size: 139 x 68 cm George Vertue's magnificent engraving on two sheets, probably from Leake's original sheets, of the destruction in London after the Great Fire of 1666. The map extends from Fetter Lane to Tower Dock. Eight insets, including views of prefire buildings - St. Paul's Cathedral, Baynard's Castle, the Royal Exchange and Cheapside. A plan of the City of London and Westminster is inset at upper right with a reference table.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2012-05-14 15:42:24
(SCHELLHAMMER, Marie Sophie):
Berlin und Potsdam, Johann Andreas Rüdiger, 1723.. 2. Bde. in 1. Gr. 8°. Frontispiz (Küche), [3] Bl. (Titel rot/scharz gedr., Inhaltsverz.), [12] Vorstücke, 599 S. 1 S.w, 13 Kupfertafeln (davon 5 gefalt, num. I - XII, zusätzlich 1 mit Darstellung von Küchenherden S. 17); Frontispiz (Innenansicht einer Konditorei), [3] Bl. (Titel rot/schwarz gedr., An den Leser), 224 S., [5] Bl. (Register), [1] B1. (Kurtzer Bericht), 5 Tafeln (3 geflt.). Die 13 Tafeln, 12 Bl. (Vorstücke) aus Band "Kochbuch" wurden irrtümlich dem Band "Confect-Taffel" beigebunden. Buch ist so komplett. Prgt. d. Zt. angeschmutzt und stärker bestoßen. Frontisp. und Titel stärker angeschmutzt und fingefl. (Frontisp. mit kleinen Ausrißstellen in der Darstellung); fleckig und gebräunt, einige Gebrauchsspuren. Deutsch;. I. Brandenburgische Kochbuch: 5. Auflage. Weiss 3378 (dort fälschlich total 18 Kupfertafeln verzeichnet, mitgerechnet die 5 Tafeln (Frontisp. & 4 Tafeln) aus dem <Confect-Tisch>) - Walterspiel 466 - Schraemli 451 - Horn 194 (ohne Tafeln). II. Confect-Tisch: Weiss 3379 - Walterspiel 466. - Eines der schönsten deutschen Kochbücher und gleichzeitig das zweite von einer Frau geschriebene. - Ein Kochbuch zu schreiben, war jahrhundertelang Männersache. Die erste Autorin überhaupt, die den Kochtopf beiseitegestellte und zum Federkiel griff, war Anna Wecker, die 1597 "Ein Köstlich new Kochbuch" veröffentlichte. Maria Sophie Schellhammer war Tochter des Altdorfer Polyhistors Herman Conring und heiratete später den Arzt Christian Schellhammer in Helmstedt. Ihr Kochbuch erschien erstmals 1692 anonym unter dem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat "Kochkunst Bibliothek"
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2012-05-14 13:11:06
Valguarnera Mariano Baronio et Manfredi Francesco
Peter Vander Aa, Leida, 1723. Volume Tredicesimo Della Ricercata e Fondamentale Opera sulla Sicilia Contenente Le Opere Di Palermo di Mariano Valguarnera e Francesco Baronio et Manfredi Ciascuna Con Proprio Frontespizio E Numerazione: 2 C.b. c.b., Occhiello, 1°Frontespizio Dell'opera "Thesaurus.", 2° Frontespizio "Mariani Valguarnera Origini Antiquitate Panormi.", 12 pp., 268 Col. + 3 Tav. + 4 pp. Indice, 3° Frontespizio "Francisci Baroni ac Manfredis Panormitana Majestate.", 9 pp. + 460 Col. + 28 pp. Indice, 2 C.b., Per La Bibliografia Vedi Graesse III 128; Brunet II, 1690; Mira I, 448; Narbone I, 136/142. Ottimo Stato di cCnservazione, Carta Fresca e Frusciante, Alcune Mancaze al Dorso, Qualche Pagina Brunita, Legatura Coeva In Mezza Pelle Dorso A 7 Cordoni e Titoli Incisi in Oro al Dorso, Tagli Marmorizzati, Evidenti Mancanze Al Dorso
Bookseller: Libreria Del Corso [Palermo, Italy]
2012-05-11 12:53:57
Ashmole, Elias
London: Flower-de-Luce. 1723. Hardcover. 3 vols. cxxviii + 194pp & 195-580 [4]pp & 210 [2] 211-214 [2] 217-428pp. Contemporary panelled calf rebacked and recornered with contrasting spine labels bearing gilt titles, armorial bookplate to front pastedown of each volume, lacks portrait frontis of Ashmole and engraved map bound in vol.3 and not vol.1 as called for in Upcott, genealogical tables (some folding), occasional marginal notes in near contemporary hand and several additions to the index in the same hand, browning to foredge of the title page of vol.3, small burn hole in leaf D of vol.3 not affecting text. This is the variant with the reprinted title page dated 1723 but with pagination and register matching that of the 1719 edition (Upcott, p.9). ESTC T140220. Elias Ashmole (1617-1692) was an antiquary and astrologer whose life straddles the upheavals of 17th century England. Although a committed royalist he met and developed a lifelong friendship with the astrologer William Lily, who, at the time of their meeting, was making predictions favourable to the parliaments cause. Ashmole's career as an antiquary seems to start in the 1650s, when he catalogued the Tradescant collection, the ealiest known catalogue of an English 'Cabinet of Curiosities'. His interests as an antiquary were given further impetus when he met and became friends with William Dugdale in the mid 1650s. Although not published until after his death, Ashmole had begun collecting material for this book in 1667. Ashmole's extensive collections would eventually be given to Oxford University … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: double B books
2012-05-10 19:28:18
Tijou, John
1723. TIJOU, John. A NEW BOOKE OF DRAWINGS INVENTED AND DESIGNED BY JOHN TIJOU. (London: Louis Fondrin, 1723). Folio. Later calf. 20 double-page engraved plates. Second English edition. [Berlin Catalogue, 1323; Harris, 879]. First printed in 1689, this is the first English book on ironwork and one of earliest trade catalogues in England. It features Tijou's iron work at Hampt Court, with plates from the first edition. Christopher Wren and William and Mary were Tijou's patrons. He created iron-work for Hampton Court, Chatswort Trinity College, and other large projects Nine pages have been professionall remargined in the very best manner. Very slight wear to the extremities of t spine and tips of the binding. Overall an exceptionally nice copy of a rare book. Only four copies of the first edition are cited by the NUC; none of th second.
Bookseller: The Bookpress Ltd [U.S.A.]
2012-05-10 07:59:55
BAZÁN BENAVIDES Alvaro
Imp. Juan de Ariztia, Madrid, 1723. XXVIII + 176 pp + 6 pp Pergamino con pasadores Manchas Falta hoja cortesía delante y detras y tapa. Con nombres de la época escritos sobre el pergamino. "Consonancias metricas de la bien templada Lyra de APOLO que a la reverente catholica accion de aver ido acompañando sus Majestades al Ssmo. Sacramento que iba a darse por viatico a una Enferma, el dia 28 de Noviembre de 1.722 cantaron los mejores Cisnes de España". Dedicado a la Reina Isabel de Farnesio.
Bookseller: Librería Maestro Gozalbo [Valencia, Spain]
2012-05-04 20:37:41
Pline l'Ancien
Parisiis, typis Antonii-Urbani Coustelier 1723 - quos interpretatione et notis illustravit Joannes Harduinus e societate Jesu, Jussu regis christianissimi delphini. Editio altera emendatior & auctior.L’Histoire naturelle est en 2 volumes, et les index forment le 3e volume. Cette deuxième édition corrigée de Pline établie par Hardouin d’après la méthode de Politien présente la totalité des 37 livres et des résumés. Mise en page soignée avec le texte sur une colonne en caractère lisible mais pas trop gros et l’appareil critique sur deux colonnes en plus petit caractère. L’appareil critique est bien organisé. Les interpretationes avec appel de note dans le texte et lettre minuscule, les notae avec appel de notes en chiffre arabe, les notae et emendationes renvoyées à la fin de chaque livre occupent plusieurs pages. Bandeau, lettrines et culs de lampe agrémentent cette édition très soignée, bien imprimée. Karl Zeelerder (1780-1851), homme politique, président de la commune de la ville de Bern (1832-1848). en latin 32 pages + 1 carte + 790 pages - 835 + 3 pages - de 836 à 1289 pages Trois in-folio en bon état, complet, relié plein veau glacé, dos à 6 nerfs, titre et larges fers décoratifs fleuronnés plein dos gravés or, l’or des tomaisons est estompé, pièce de tomaison peinte en noir estompée avec le temps, haut de coiffe manquante pour le tome I et II, tranche rouge, tranche des plats dorés avec filet à la roulette, ex-libris de Caroli Zeerleder, papier vergé très frais avec quelques rousseurs éparses plus ou moins marquées, une carte in-folio dépliante … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Calepinus, la librairie latin-grec [France]
2012-05-04 14:01:43
ACADEMIE Royale des Sciences
Paris de l'imprimerie Royale 1723. First edition 4to. pp. [6], 108, 324. Engraved frontispiece and 16 fold-out plates - 3 of which are maps (2 maps of the Caspian Sea region and 1 map showing the retreat of the Greek Ten-Thousand from their expedition against Persia. Other plates contain botanical, geometrical and mechanical illustrations. Occasional diagrams are also printed with the text. Re-backed preserving original mottled calf boards - leather is well-worn, rubbed and crackling but treated to prevent further deterioration; board edges are restored. Some of the gilt outer border on front and rear boards is restored. Interior is generally clean with some scattered light marginal foxing. Several pages show moderate toning / foxing. Occasional minor marginal chips; tiny marginal tear on frontis neatly sealed; 50 mm tear carefully sealed on one of the Caspian map plates. One plate edge overlaps the text block. Provenance: Appears to be the gilt coat of arms of John 2nd Duke of Montagu on both the front and the rear covers. The arms incorporate those of his wife Lady Mary Churchill, daughter of Sir John Churchill the 1st Duke of Marlborough. Montague was a member of the Royal Society and Knight of the Garter. (Photos on request). Library ticket on verso of front end paper. Annual publication of the French Academie Royale des Sciences for the year 1721. Includes articles on physics, anatomy, chemistry, botany, algebra, geometry, astronomy, geography and mechanics by leading scientists of the time - i.e. Jean Jacques Mairan, Jacques Cassini, Pierre Varignon, Jacques Eugene de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books
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2012-05-03 10:40:09
Chamberlayne, John
London: B. and S. Tooke, 1723. Hardcover. London, 1723. 'The Six and Twentieth Edition of the South Part, call'd England, and Fifth of the North Part, call'd Scotland; with Improvements, and more correct and larger Additions in the List of the Officers, etc. than in any former Impression; together with the Prince's Houshold, never before printed.' Two parts in one. Thick 8vo. vi, (12), 576, 577-588, 577-672, 48pp. Contemporary 'Cambridge-style' binding in full calf with blind-tooled panels on the upper and lower boards. Head of spine restored at an early date; tail of spine, corners and lower edge worn, occasional light soiling, else a very good copy. A former owner has inscribed his name and date (1767) on both the front and rear free endpapers. The first edition, by the present author's father, Edward, was first published in 1669. ESTC T54587. Very good. Item #18158.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.]
2012-04-27 10:35:00
Jacinto Aranaz
Herederos de Manuel Roman, Zaragoza 1723 - pergamino época bien conservado texto enmarcado, pueden faltar láminas en frontis. dedica a la Catolica, Sacra y Real Magestad de la Reyna Nuestra Señora D. Isabel de Farnesio,esposa dignisima de Nuestro catolico Monarca el Señor Don Phelipe V. 686 págs.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA EPOPEYA
2012-04-21 13:48:22
SANAZZARO Jacopo.
Padova, Comino, 1723 in-4, pp. (8), LXIV, 461, (1), (2), bella leg. p. perg. coeva con tass. e tit. oro al d. Tagli spruzzati. Gr. marca tipogr. in rame al front. e al fine. Fregi e final. xilogr. e in rame. Federici 102-2: "Questa edizione ch'è già divenuta rara, riuscì la più bella, la più corretta e la più copiosa di quante ne furono state fatte antecedentemente". Gamba 897: "Uno de' libri che fa maggior onore...". Salimbeni 221. Splendido esempl. [250]
Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico [Mantova, MN, Italy]
2012-04-21 09:54:10
Picart Bernard.
Bernard,, Amsterdam, 1723. (Codice AN/2918) Folio (39 cm) 125 pp. Ampio capitolo finale del volume II dell'opera CEREMONIES ET COUTUMES RELIGIEUSES DE TOUS LES PEUPLES DU MOND, pubblicata nel 1723/1743. Il nostro capitolo è interamente dedicato alla storia dell'inquisizione (ossia da p. 343 a p. 468). E' completo di indice e illustrato con varie incisioni quasi tutte in rame e riccamente figurate: 5 tavole fuori testo illustrate con 10 incisioni, 4 capilettera, 4 grandi testatine e 3 finalini. Mancando del frontespizio non ci è possibile confermare i dati editoriali, essendo state fatte varie ristampe: cfr. Brunet, I/1742. Il primo foglio (prefazione) manca della parte inferiore, anticamente restaurata, con perdita di testo. Ingrigite le prime 4 pp.; in buono stato le altre, tranne una lieve ingiallitura naturale della carta e qualche sporadica macchietta. Grandi margini, tagli rossi originali. Brossura posticcia in carta. Rara e ricercata monografia storica. Euro 220.00 All books are in stock in fine conditions or described meticulously. Very safe packaging
Bookseller: Bergoglio Libri d'Epoca [RIVALBA, TO, Italy]
2012-04-12 21:25:13
PHISICA -
. (2) weiße Bl., Titelblatt, (1) weißes Bl., (248) Bl., (2) weiße Bl., mit 14 kleineren Zeichnungen im Text und 3 graphischen Darstellungen der verschiedenen Weltbilder. Lederband der Zeit auf fünf unechten Bünden, mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild, reicher Rückenvergoldung und dreiseitigem Rotschnitt (Einband stellenweise berieben), gr. 8vo.. Die vorliegende allgemeine und spezielle Naturgeschichte bildete im frühen 18. Jahrhundert üblicherweise, nach der Logik und der Ethik, den dritten Teil des traditionellen Philosophiestudiums. Die allgemeine Naturlehre beginnt mit der Definition dessen, was Natur, respektive 'phisica' ist, um daran anschließend zunächst einige Grundbegriffe der Mathematik zu erläutern (Punkt, Linie, Kreis). Darauf folgt die Erörterung so allgemeiner Fragen wie "Was ist Materie ?" (Bl. 17), aus welchen Elementen setzt sie sich zusammen ? (Bl. 27), ist sie teilbar ? (Bl. 34) etc. um schließlich zum Komplex mechanischer Bewegungsabläufe zu gelangen (Aufprall, Ablenkung etc.). Das folgende Kapitel befasst sich dann mit mechanischen Instrumenten, wie dem Aufzug (Bl. 93), dem Zahnrad (Bl. 94) oder der schiefen Ebene (Bl. 95). Der allgemeine, erste Teil schließt mit Betrachtungen über Hitze (Bl. 111), Kälte (Bl. 114) und Flüssigkeiten (Bl. 117). Der zweite Teil beginnt mit Blatt 129 v und ist mit 'De corpore inanimato' überschrieben. Zunächst werden die verschiedenen Sonnensysteme vorgestellt; das Ptolemäische (Bl. 145), das von Tycho Brahe (Bl. 146) und das Kopernikanische (Bl. 147), sowie schließlich das Descart'sche Erklärungssystem der Himmelsbewegungen (Bl … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-06 15:09:34
ACADEMIE Royale des Sciences
de l'imprimerie Royale, Paris, 1723. 4to. pp. [6], 108, 324. Engraved frontispiece and 16 fold-out plates – 3 of which are maps (2 maps of the Caspian Sea region and 1 map showing the retreat of the Greek Ten-Thousand from their expedition against Persia. Other plates contain botanical, geometrical and mechanical illustrations. Occasional diagrams are also printed with the text. Re-backed preserving original mottled calf boards – leather is well-worn, rubbed and crackling but treated to prevent further deterioration; board edges are restored. Some of the gilt outer border on front and rear boards is restored. Interior is generally clean with some scattered light marginal foxing. Several pages show moderate toning / foxing. Occasional minor marginal chips; tiny marginal tear on frontis neatly sealed; 50 mm tear carefully sealed on one of the Caspian map plates. One plate edge overlaps the text block. Provenance: Appears to be the gilt coat of arms of John 2nd Duke of Montagu on both the front and the rear covers. The arms incorporate those of his wife Lady Mary Churchill, daughter of Sir John Churchill the 1st Duke of Marlborough. Montague was a member of the Royal Society and Knight of the Garter. (Photos on request). Library ticket on verso of front end paper. Annual publication of the French Academie Royale des Sciences for the year 1721. Includes articles on physics, anatomy, chemistry, botany, algebra, geometry, astronomy, geography and mechanics by leading scientists of the time – i.e. Jean Jacques Mairan, Jacques Cassini, Pierre Varignon, Jacques Eugene de Louville, R … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books [Concord, MA, U.S.A.]
2012-03-28 13:37:53
MIRABAL Y ESPINOLA, Luis Félix de
Con Privilegio. En Madrid: Por Juan de Ariztia, se hallarà en su casa, Año 1723.- [18 h.], 196 folios, [14 h.]; in Folio (30,8 cm.); Buena impresión a dos columnas sobre papel verjurado de calidad; Portada a dos tintas con escudo real grabado al cobre y orla recuadrando; Pleno Pergamino época.- En la primera hoja en blanco, lleva una firma y fecha autógrafas de 1740. En excelente estado. El autor nació en Jerez de la Frontera el año 1657. Fue colegial de Cuenca en la Universidad de Salamanca, donde llego a ser Catedrático de Leyes. También ocupó los cargos de Embajador en Flandes y Presidente del Consejo de Castilla. Fundó el famoso "Calendario Particular y Guía de Forasteros en Madrid". Por sus servicios a la Corona el Rey Felipe V. le concedió el título de Marqués de Mirabal. Murió en Madrid a los 72 años el año 1729. Libro en español [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2012-03-20 01:52:44
ZORGDRAGER, CORNELIUS GISBERT:
. Leipzig, Peter Conrad Monath, 1723. (30)+482+(14) p. + engr. frontisp., 7 engr. plates and 6 engr. maps. Bound in contemporary half vellum. With old notations on first endpaper with a list of other books on the subject. Titlepage and the first page with insignificant waterstains at the edge, else a very clean and attractive copy of this rare book. * First German edition of a history and description of the Arctic whaling industry, containing maps of the principal islands used for whaling. Sabin 106377. Kress 3531. Lauridsen XI,11. This edition not in Nuuk (The National Library of Greenland)..
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2012-03-17 15:42:58
RENUSSON (Philippe de) [DERNUSSON]
Paris Compagnie des Libraires 1723. , in-4, pl. basane mouchetée d’époque, dos à nerfs orné, (rel. en état médiocre, épidermures, mors fendus, coiffes accidentées, pc. de tit. en grande partie manquante, manques au coins, qq. rousseurs et petites mouill.), (3f.) - 560p.- (9 f.).
Bookseller: La Memoire du Droit [PARIS, France]
2012-03-12 17:19:24
[ Bible - N.T. - Greek]
Lipsiæ [Leipzig]: Sumptibus Filii J. Fridericii Gleditschii, 1723. [22],168,[2],632pp., including special presentation prelim. Folio (signed in 4s). Full 18th century gilt paneled vellum, gilt extra, with Amsterdam College arms in central panel, and variations on Amsterdam city arms as corner pieces and as central devices in 5 of 7 spine compartments. Title in red and black. Engraved title vignette; engraved headpieces; tailpieces; initials (some historiated). Greek and roman letter. Binding a bit rubbed and lightly soiled, early and careful restoration of lower 12cm of spine in vellum, ink bookseller's annotations on front and rear pastedowns, extreme lower blank forecorner torn from 2I3 (not approaching text), small receding brown spot from A4 to B4, otherwise a very good or better copy. Second edition of Ludolph Kuster's revision of Mill's New Testament text, the latter first published in Oxford in 1707. The first edition of Kuster's revision appeared at Amsterdam/Rotterdam (with a Leipzig imprint) in 1710. This is an interesting copy, in an elaborate prize binding, and including a specially printed singleton presentation leaf bearing an engraved vignette of the Amsterdam City arms and eleven lines of boilerplate letterpress, with the variables executed in manuscript: in this case, in 1760 to one "Joanni Meyer," signed in ink by the examiner. Mill's text, accompanied by its "Prolegomena" (described by D&M as "monumental") is "perhaps the most famous Greek Testament of the eighteenth century" - D&M (4725). An attractive copy. DARLOW & MOULE 4375 OCLC: 3041133.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-ILAB [United States]
2012-03-12 14:10:25
German Printing. Seckendorff, Veit Ludwig von / Artopoeus, Johannes Christoph / Boeckler, Johann Heinrich]
GothaL Reyheri, 1723. Octavo, vellum-backed marbled boards. Two page engraved frontispiece. (14), 430, (2), 913, (10), 311, (11) pages. Three parts bound in one volume. Internally clean. Moderate wear. Reprint of Seckensdorffs church history, first published in 1666, with later additions by Artopoeus & Boeckler. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2012-03-08 12:18:30
SCARFANTONI JOANNIS JACOBI.
Ex Venturini., Lucae. 1723 - 4 tomi in 2 voll., in 4°, piena pergamena, cc.nn. 7 + 184 + cc.nn. 6 + pp. 340 + cc.nn. 5 + pp. 220 + cc.nn. 5 + pp. 304. Front. fig. Finaline. Capilettera. Nervetti. Rilegatura in ottime condizioni. Appunti manoscritti sui fogli bianchi. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone
2012-03-06 17:11:56
FRÉART, ROLAND.
London 1723 - London: Printed by T. W. for D. Browne (and others), 1723. Folio, early calf, nicely rebacked with early 20th century calf, crimson leather spine label. Title page in red and black, copperplate portrait, forty copperplates and several engraved head and tail pieces. Originally published in Paris in 1650, the first English translation by Evelyn was in 1664. This, the third English edition, is the first to include Wotton’s Elements which is considered to be the first British architectural book. An enthusiast for classical art and architecture who traveled to Rome, Fréart wrote this comparative study, which was then translated by John Evelyn in an attempt to improve the architecture of London. The second part of the book is dedicated by Evelyn to Sir Christopher Wren. Fowler, 128 (note). Eileen Harris, 234 and pages 196-201. Size: Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Braiterman, Marilyn (ABAA member) [U.S.A.]
2012-03-01 18:03:28
Desrochers, Étienne (Lyon 1668-Paris 1741).
- 1723. Large engraved portrait of the painter François Verdier, half-length, head turned to the right, in an oval within rectangular frame, a palette with brushes and a portcrayon below; engraved inscription (see above) on pedestal; in the plate signed underneath 'Ranc pinxit. Gravé par E. Desrochers pour sa reception a l'Academie en 1723.' 36 x 25,8 cm (plate-mark).*I.F.F. VII, 260, No. 597. Le Blanc II, 121, No. 121. Firmin-Didot, Graveurs de Portraits en France, No. 2483. Second state (of II), with lettering. Fine artist's portrait/portrait d'artiste, also Reception Piece/Morceau de Réception for Desrochers' admission to the Académie de Peinture et de Sculpture in Paris. Étienne Jahandier Desrochers was admitted to the Paris Académie in 1723 with this engraved portrait of the Royal painter François Verdier (Paris 1651-Paris 1730), after a painting of Jean Ranc (Montpellier 1674-Madrid 1735). Desrochers is especially known as a good portraitist. - Sharp impression on heavy paper. Thread margins. Paper very lightly browned.[(5848)] [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Ludwig Rosenthal's Antiquariaat
2012-02-13 20:54:06
RACCOLTA D'AUTORI
Engraved vignette on first title & 45 folding plates (mostly woodcut but a few engraved). xxxvii, [1], 408 pp.; 2 p.l., 713 pp.; 2 p.l., 576 pp. Three vols. 4to, cont. vellum over boards, red morocco lettering piece on spines. Florence: Tartini & Franchi, 1723. First edition of this vast and important collection of Italian hydraulic literature. Because the Italians had pressing economic reasons to manage rivers, improve drainage, and construct harbors, many of the country's most skilled engineers and scientists over the centuries became involved in hydraulic projects. The collection contains both theoretical treatises and those dealing with specific rivers, marshes, and construction projects. The authors included are Archimedes, Albizi, Galileo, Castelli, Michelini, Borelli, Montanari, Viviani, Cassini, Guglielmini, Grandi, Manfredi, Piccard, and Narducci. Very good set. Ex Bibliotheca Mechanica. Riccardi, II, 330-31­"queste pregevoli compilazioni." .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2012-02-13 17:09:25
GREGORIUS, Johann Gottfried.
Norimberga, 1723. Carta di piccole dimensioni raffigurante la Contea del Tirolo. Si ispira a modelli precedenti e in particolar modo allo Stridbeck (1707). Si trova in "Continuierter Atlas portatilis germanicus oder Compendieuse Vorstellung Teutschlands, Den Liebhabern der geographie und sonderlich der Jugend zum Besten nach den zehen Creyssen", edito da Cristoph Weigel. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Il territorio trentino-tirolese nell’antica cartografia" di Gino Tomasi, scheda n. 58. Formato: Incisione su rame di dimensioni 13x17 cm. Buono, ordinari segni d’uso e del tempo. Lievi segni di foxing.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige [TRENTO, Italy]
2012-01-30 22:31:51
Picart, Bernard
J.F. Bernard, [Amsterdam], 1723. Double folio sheet (450x550mm: image size 440x375mm) from Picart's Ceremonies Et Coutumes Religieuses Des Peoples Idolatres., Tom vi, No. 28, pg. 110. Fine views of the city of Mexico , consisting of 6 panels showing the great temple, sacrifices, 2 maps of the lakes and countryside, sports and view of the city as it then looked (after the conquest). Surrounding explanatory text in French. Fine condition on heavy paper. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: PLAZA BOOKS ABAA [Port Townsend, WA, U.S.A.]
2012-01-22 14:58:08
Senofonte Efesio; Salvini, Anton Maria (traduttore)
Londra, per Giovanni Pickard, 1723. In 8° (cm 9 x 15,6), legatura piena pelle coeva con dorso rifatto, pp (12), 107, (1) b, per la prima opera; 29 per la seconda. Esemplare in buone condizioni, ex-libris inciso in rame alla sguardia ("Mr. A.-G. Du Plessis"), antica firma al primo front. ("Turnbull"). Due frontespizi con impresa tipografica. Edizione originale e londinese (le successive impresse a Firenze) di questa traduzione del Salvini (m. 1729), "assistita e pubblicata da Paolo Rolli, che la indirizzò ad Enrico Davenant, inglese, da cui ottenne il ms. Ha al fine una leggiadrissima Cicalata... ch'è opera dello stesso Salvini." (Gamba, 2438). La "Cicalata" è dotto scherzoso lascivo excursus sopra una statuetta di Priapo, ove accanto alle allusive citazioni classiche non mancano riferimenti al "male di Napoli" o "mal francese" sconosciuto nell'antichità, e alle sue origini recenti. L'A. si diletta nell'elogio del Fallo che parla in prima persona e sciorinando le denominazioni con cui fu chiamato nei vari tempi e parallelamente cita le voci corrispondenti dell'equivalente femminile. Il F. è onnipresente anche nella realtà fiorentina quotidiana, nelle feste carnascialesche che risalgono al Rinascimento. Nessun esemplare censito in SBN.
Bookseller: Studio Bosio [Magliano Alpi, CN, Italy]
2012-01-21 19:35:46
Rousseau, [Jean-Baptiste]
Londres (London): Jacob Tonson & Jean Watts, 1723. Londres (London): Jacob Tonson & Jean Watts. Fair with no dust jacket. 1723. Hardcover. Bindings poor. Front board detached on the Volume One. Leather very heavily worn and pock-marked with considerable losses at spine ends and at margins and corners of boards. 1 1/2" missing to leather at head and tail of spine on Volume One. Leather split along entire length of all joints. Leather spine labels missing except for the title label on the Volume Two. Internally good. Some foxing.; The works of the French poet Jean-Baptiste Rousseau (1671-1741), not to be confused with the philosopher Jean Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778). Two large quarto volumes. Volume One: xxx, 501, [3] pages + frontispiece. Volume Two: 544, [4] pages. Page dimensions: 288 x 230mm. Page edges dyed red. Text is in French. Engraved frontispiece in Volume One. Woodcut illustration on title page. Woodcut head-pieces and tail-pieces. [Reference: Cohen-De Ricci 901]. ; 4to .
Bookseller: Renaissance Books [Dunedin, New Zealand]
2012-01-12 14:41:59
SEGNI Bernardo -
Augusta, appresso David Raimondo Mertz e Gio. Jacopo Majer, 1723, folio, piena pergamena coeva con mancanze ai margini del piatto posteriore, pp. (12)-384-(46) ed un ritratto del S. a tutta pagina + (2)-42-(4) con un ritratto del Capponi. A pag. 304, come in tutte le copie, alcune righe sono censurate (commenti su Paolo III e la famosa violenza carnale di un Farnese sul vescovo di Fano). Prima edizione. Alle due sguardie sono state in antico applicate una serie di stampe di epica greca classica, facilmente rimovibili. Brunet, V 261 - Gamba, 912 - Parenti, 459
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica Snc [Monte San Pietro, BO, Italy]
2012-01-04 13:15:43
G. H. Nieupoort
Trajecti ad Rhenum Jacobus Broedelet, 1723. 8vo. Latin. [18], 596 pp., [78]. Vellum. Flourish blind stamped to front and back covers. Front hing cracked. Minor foxing inside front board. Inscriptions from previous owners on front end page and back of title. Interior pages clean, unmarked and in great condition. Interesting piece on the rites and ceremonies of Ancient Rome. 7 plates, 2 of which are fold out tables. An extensive index in back. Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2011-12-24 14:23:55
Segni, Bernardo (1504-1558)
Augusta: David Raimondo Mertz, e Gio. Jacopo Majer, 1723. With censored passages on p. 304 omitted, as usual. Two folding portraits of Segni and Capponi, engraved by Johann Heinrich Storcklein. [xii], 384, [48], 42, [4] pp. 1 vols. Folio. Contemporay mottled calf, rubbed moderately, binding tight. Internally fine. With censored passages on p. 304 omitted, as usual. Two folding portraits of Segni and Capponi, engraved by Johann Heinrich Storcklein. [xii], 384, [48], 42, [4] pp. 1 vols. Folio. Brunet V p. 260: Graesse IV p. 341; Gamba p. 912
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