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        The Irish Rebellion: or, an History of the beginnings and first progress of the General Rebellion, raised within the Kingdom of Ireland, upon the three and twentieth day of October, 1641. Together with the barbarous cruelties and bloody massacres which ensued thereupon. The sixth edition, reprinted from the best London-Edition, 1679. Wherein several entire sentences, omitted in all the Irish-Editions, are truly inserted; many other omissions, errors and mistakes carefully supplied, corrected, and amended. To which is also prefix'd, the late Act of Parliament, made the fourteenth and fifteenth years of King Charles II for keeping and celebrating the twenty third of October, as an Anniversary Thanksgiving in this Kingdom. To which is added, Sir Henry Tichborne's History of the Siege of Drogheda, in the year 1641. As also, the whole tryal of Connor Lord Mac-Guire, with the perfect copies of the indictment, and all the evidences against him. Together with the Pope's Bull to the Confederate Catholicks in Ireland.

      Dublin: printed by and for Aaron Rhames, and are to be sold by the Booksellers. 1724 xvi, 245, [1]p, engraved frontispiece, titlepage printed in red & black. 4to. Light browning, frontispiece foxed. Contemporary mottled calf; expert repairs to joints and head & tail of unlettered spine. From the library of the Perceval-Maxwell family, contemporary ownership initials W.P. at head of titlepage. 19th century newspaper clipping of the verse 'A Warning Voice from the Tombs of 1641' pasted on inner front board.ESTC T136591. First published in 1646. In three parts, the second, A Letter of Sir Henry Tichborne to his Lady

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        Briefe aus der Schweiz nach Hannover geschreiben, in dem Jare 1763. Zweiter Abdruk.Zurich & Winterthur, Johann Casper Fussli Sohn, 1776. 4to. With engraved map of Switzerland on the title-page, 10 engravings in the text, and 18 engraved plates (including 3 folding). Contemporary mottled calf, gold-tooled spine.

      - ADB I, p. 447; Barth 17539; Lonchamp 118; Wäber 37. Richly illustrated work on the geology and natural history of Switzerland by Johann Gerhard Reinard Andreae (1724-1793), a German pharmacist and chemist, resulting from his scientific journey to the Alps in 1763. The letters he sent to his friends during this period were first published in 1764 and 1765 in the Hannover Magazin and in 1776 as this beautiful new corrected, enlarged and first illustrated edition of his correspondence appeared, including many notes by Jakob Samuel Wyttenbachs and 15 excursions by Swiss scholars. Added are over 90 engravings from various sources, collected by Alb. Müller, who acquired the book in 1819, by different artists such as Georg Chr. Kilian. Also added is a copy in manuscript of a letter in French by Prof. d'Annone to Prof. Bernoullé in Berlin, dated 1776, containing an addition to page 31. Some browning. Good copy.

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        The Life of Sir Leoline Jenkins, Judge of the High-Court of Admiralty, And Prerogative Court of Canterbury . . . [with] the Resolution of many difficult and curious Points in the Common and Civil Law, Law of Merchants and of Nations [etc.]. Two Volumes

      Printed for Joseph Downing, in Bartholomew Close [etc.]. A "literally gigantic" work and the best early source for the life and works of Jenkins, "easily the greatest of the civilians of his day" in Holdsworth's words, brought together by Serjeant Wynne who "was to Jenkins as Boswell was to Johnson". Contemporary blind-panelled calf, quite worn, rebacked and repaired, some browning and dustiness, ex-library, yet a good crisp set; with the portrait. Printed for Joseph Downing, in Bartholomew Close [etc.], London, 1724.

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        De abscessuum recondita natura. Libri VIII.

      Leiden, Kerckhem, 1724. ____ Illustré par un portrait de l'auteur, un très beau frontispice gravé et 17 planches hors-texte, certaines sont très impressionnantes. Il s'agit du premier livre de pathologie chirurgicale. Une part importante du livre traite des cancers du sein. Marco Aurelio Severino (1580 - 1656) était professeur d'anatomie et de chirurgie à Naples. : Fente à une charnière sur 5 cm, coiffe supérieure abîmée et un petit manque au bas du dos, bon exemplaire par ailleurs. ***** Illustrated by a frontispice and 17 plates. "The first textbook of surgical pathology. It treats all kinds of swellings under the term "abscess" and describes neoplasms of the genital organs and sarcomata of bones. Tumours of the breast are classified into four groups, the section devoted to them being one of the most important in the book. This was also the first book to include illustrations of lesions with the text." Garrison-Morton 2273 (ed. 1632). In-4. [200 x 140 mm] Collation : portrait, frontispice gravé, (38), 557, (59) pp., 17 planches h.-t. Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Methodischer Unterricht der Jugend in der Religion und Sittenlehre der Vernunft nach dem in der Philalethie angegebenen Plane.With: (2) BASEDOW, Johann Bernhard. Methodischer Unterricht in der überzeugenden Erkenntniss der biblischen Religion, zur vorgesetzten Ausführung des in der Philalethie angegebenen Plans.Altona, David Iversen, 1764. 2 works in 1 volume. 8vo. With an engraved illustration on both title-pages. Slightly later brown pastepaper boards.

      - Brüggemann-Ewers III, 1270, 48 and 693; cf. Bibelebontse Berg, pp. 193-194; ad 1: VD18 10531297; ad 2: VD18 10201416. First edition of the first educational work by the well-known German pedagogue and reformer Johann Bernhard Basedow (1724-1790). In his extensive preface to both parts Basedow lists the errors of the old forms of education and exposes his own views on perfect education, gradually expanding step for step from the understanding of the human condition and the system of nature to a full and free understanding of duty, morals and the truth of Christian religion. At the end of the second work Basedow added his own catechism in questions and answers, entitled Grundriss der Religion, welche durch Nachdenken und Bibelforschen erkannt wird, in Fragen und Antworten, nebst einige Zusätzen. Further added are daily prayers and reflections on God and his creation. Basedow applied all his ideas on enlightened religion to religious education of children. He wanted religion to be truly understood and freely accepted as the ultimate truth, to which end he found the traditional religious education at fault. With inscription and library stamp. Browned and foxed throughout. Binding slightly worn along the extremities, gold-tooling on the spine only faintly visible. Overall in good condition.

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        Atlas portatilis, Oder Compendieuse Vorstellung Der gantzen Welt, in einer kleinen Cosmographie, Der grünenden Jugend zum Besten in XXX. saubern Land-Charten, mit Einer kurtzen Erläuterung. Zum andernmal herausgegeben.

      Nürnberg Johann Christoph Weigel ) 1724 - 1 (statt 4) Bl., 262 S., 1 Bl. Mit 30 (statt 31) altkolorierten doppelblattgroßen Kupferstichkarten. 8° (18,5 x 12 cm). Leder der Zeit. Taschenatlas für Schulzwecke mit hübschen, flächenkolorierten Karten: Armillarsphäre, Windkarte, Planetensystem, Sternenkarte, Weltkarte, Europa, Europäische Länder, Donau- und Rheinlaufkarte, Griechenland, Türkei, Asien, Heiliges Land, Afrika. - Es fehlen das doppelblattgroße Titelblatt und das erste Blatt Vorwort (in einfacher Kopie beigegeben) sowie die linke Hälfte der Amerika-Karte (in der Kollation daher als fehlend gezählt). - Mit weißem Papier durchschossen, auf den Durchschußblättern einige Eintragungen meist von alter Hand. Text etwas gebräunt und fleckig, außen teils auch gering wasserrandig. Die Karten alt handschriftlich paginiert und meist recht sauber, einige Karten im Bund direkt am Falz eingerissen (Deutschland fast durchgerissen, gut restaurierbar), die Asien-Karte etwas unfrisch. Einband berieben, die Kapitale durch Wurmfraß lädiert. - Mit den für ein Gebrauchsbuch üblichen Nutzungsspuren, im Kartenbestand aber nahezu komplett. *Rammensee 112. - Vgl. Phillips/Le Gear 5967. Gewicht (Gramm): 650

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        or Ombre by four, with its establish'd laws and rules, As it is now Play'd at the French Court. Done from the French, just printed at Paris. To which is added, the game of Quintille; or Ombre by Five, Both after the Old and New Manner.

      Printed for R. Francklin under Tom's Coffe-House Covent-Garden c 1724 - occasional soiling, pp. [iv], 71, 12mo, contemporary half calf rebacked (a little crudely) and recased, original stab holes, the front paste-down windowed to reveal the contemporary engraved armorial bookplate of George Kenyon of Peel, small book label below this of Roger Senhouse, sound. Ombre was popular in England before the Restoration, and continued in popularity, in its new guise of Quadrille - this being the first account of Quadrile in English - until well into the 19th century. The game features prominently in the literature of the period, from Pope to Jane Austen (Lady Catherine de Bourgh played). This little handbook asserts that the game 'better suits the Genius of Ladies.' It is notable in the history of card games as introducing the practice of bidding. Richard Francklin was at this address from 1724 (cf. ESTC dated imprints). The second edition of this work (ESTC T119923) was published in 1728. Les Jeux de quadrille, de quintille . (a rare book) was printed in Paris in 1724. (ESTC T116490)

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        Histoire et recherches des antiquités de la Ville de Paris

      3 volumes, [6]-11-[672] + Paris, chez Charles Moette & Jacques Chardon, 1724, in-folio, 3 volumes, [6]-11-[672] + [2]-8-[759] + [2]-682-89-[3] pages, veau marbrée de l'époque, dos à 6 nerfs et fleuronné, double filet doré sur les coupes, tranches rouges, Première édition de cet ouvrage posthume, publié grâce au concours de Claude Bernard Rousseau, ami et collaborateur de l'auteur, qui retrancha des propos de Sauval la "Chronique scandaleuse de Paris ou histoire des mauvais lieux" et qui effectua quelques corrections de style ; en dépit de ces remaniements, l'édition de 1724 demeure fidèle au manuscrit laissé par l'auteur à sa mort. Henri Sauval (1623-1676), avocat au Parlement de Paris et familier de la société précieuse, cité dans le Grand dictionnaire des Prétieuses de Somaize (1660) sous le nom de Sidroaste, recueillit pendant la plus grande partie de sa vie des matériaux dans les archives de la ville de Paris. Longtemps après la publication de son Histoire et recherches des antiquités de la Ville de Paris, l'ouvrage est resté une source pour les historiens et pour les architectes ; Victor Hugo lui-même en cite des passages entiers dans Notre-Dame de Paris et dans Paris à vol d'oiseau. Sans l'opuscule Histoire des amours des rois de France. Bel exemplaire à grandes marges, quelques cahiers brunis uniformément, mors fendillés, coiffes frottées, quelques épidermures aux plats.

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        Voyage du sieur Paul Lucas dans la Turquie, l'Asie, Sourie, Palestine, Haute et Basse Egypte, &tc

      3 vol. de (26), 410, (2) Paris, Jean-François Josse, 1724, in-12, 3 vol. de (26), 410, (2) pages et (10) planches h. t. (2), 384, (7) pages et (18) planches h. t, (2), 345, (9) pages et (6) planches h.t, Veau moucheté d'époque avec filet estampé à froid sur les plats, dos orné à nerfs dorés, pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge avec lettres dorées, coupes et chasse ornées, tranches mouchetées, signet vert, Troisième édition. Aventurier et marchand français, Paul Lucas fit un voyage en Orient en 1698 afin de rechercher des pierres précieuses destinées au commerce vénitien. Il acquit également des monnaies et des médailles qu'il rapporta en France. Celles-ci vinrent enrichir les collections du Cabinet Royal. Il fut nommé alors antiquaire du Roi et commença une série de voyages en Moyen-Orient et en Afrique pour compléter ces dernières. L'ouvrage est un compte-rendu de son dernier voyage effectué de 1714 à 1717 dans lequel Lucas fait une description des monuments étranges ou peu connu de ces contrées. Certains sont représentés par des gravures. A cela, s'ajoute un travail cartographique précis et minutieux. En effet, deux cartes représentant l' Anatolie et la Basse Égypte complètent l'oeuvre et indiquent les villes disparues et leur nom. A la fin de l'ouvrage une liste recense les objets rapportés de l'expédition parmi lesquels on trouve des spécimens ou des parties de spécimens d'espèces peu connues à l'époque tel que l'hippocampe, le pluvier ou encore un poisson appelé par Lucas"Cheveux de nacre" . Il s'agit d'"une coquille d'où sort une tête de poisson avec des cheveux noirs, fort semblables à ceux des hommes". Très rare édition. Malgré deux planches restaurées présentant des traces anciennes de scotch, bon exemplaire.

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        Borussiae occidentalis Tabula

      Artist: Homann Erben ( - 1780 ) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: 1775 1724 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Perfect condition; size in cm : 57 x 45 - description: Map shows western Prussia and the capital city of Danzig. Inset map shows Emland with the cities of Elbing and Braunsberg. - Vita of the artist: "Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724) was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as "Homann Erben", "Homanniani Heredes", or "Heritiers de Homann" abroad. "

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        Charte das Russische Reich und die von den Tartarn bewohnte Länder in Europa und Asia enthaltend entworfen von F.L. Güssefeld

      Artist: Homann / Güssefeld Erben ( - 1780 ) ; issued in: Nuremberg; date: 1786 1724 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; condition: Right and left margin perfectly replaced; size in cm : 47 x 60 - description: Map shows total Russia - Vita of the artist: "Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724) was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as "Homann Erben", "Homanniani Heredes", or "Heritiers de Homann" abroad. "

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        The Tea-Table Miscellany: or, Allan Ramsay's Collection of Scots Sangs - Volumes I, II & III [3 Volumes in One Book]

      The Preface mentions that this is the Ninth Edition in eight years, Dedication Dated 1724, Edinburgh. This book has been trimmed and rebound in 3/4 leather and marbled paper, probably in the mid 1800's. viii, [8], 356pp, [8], with head and tail-pieces, ownership of Bowden from the 1850's with occasional notations in the book, or tipped-in sheets with notes. Covers show chips to upper/lower spine area, occasional tear on page [loss of one word only], some page darkening from age, lacking the formal title pages, occasional foxing/soiling, binding tight, front hinge starting. . Half-Leather. Good to Good++. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

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        Portugese synagoge - Bernard Picart, 1724-1727.

      INWIJDING VAN DE PORTUGESE SYNAGOGE TE AMSTERDAM'La dedicace de la Synagogue des Juifs Portugais, a Amsterdamâ?'. Kopergravure vervaardigd door Bernard Picart voor Cérémonies et Coûtumes religieuses van Jean Frederic Bernard, uitgegeven te Amsterdam 1724-1737. Afm. (plaatrand) 34  x 41,7 cm.Opmerkelijk aan de jaren zestig en zeventig van de zeventiende eeuw in Amsterdam was dat er enorme, monumentale kerken voor de andere geloofsrichtingen dan de publieke kerk werden gebouwd. Zo verscheen aan het Singel bij de Haarlemmersluis de prachtige Nieuwe Lutherse Kerk, ontworpen door Adriaan Dortsman. Ook de Joden bouwden in deze periode grote, vanaf de straat duidelijk zichtbare kerkgebouwen: de Grote Hoogduitse Synagoge en de Portugees-Israëlitische Synagoge, beide ontworpen door Elias Bouman, resp. in 1669 en 1671, voor de Asjkenazisch- en Sefardisch-joodse gemeenschappen in Amsterdam. Het waren de eerste synagogen in West-Europa waarvan niet alleen het interieur maar ook het exterieur fraai en indrukwekkend waren.De Portugese synagoge te Amsterdam was geïnspireerd op een houten model van de Tempel van Jeruzalem die door rabbijn Jacob Juda Leon (1602-1675) was vervaardigd. Op 2 augustus 1675 werd de nieuwe synagoge gedurende acht dagen feestelijk ingewijd. Ieder jaar wordt deze inwijding nog herdacht.Op de gravure van Picart zien we de plechtigheden tijdens het inwijden van de Portugese synagoge. De hele ruimte staat vol met bezoekers. Op het podium in het midden staat de chazan, de voorzanger, om voor te lezen uit de Thora. Hij houdt de wetslezing ter herdenking van de inwijding. Op de achtergrond de hechal, de kast waarin de Thorarollen worden bewaard.Prijs: € 750,-.

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        The Art of Being Easy at All Times and in All Places Written Cheifly for the Use of a Lady of Quality

      London: Rivington. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Extinct worm hole to upper edge of spine. Copperplate inscriptions to front and rear pastedowns and to upper edge of half-title page. Pages browned. 1724. Second Edition. Leather cover. 160mm x 100mm (6" x 4"). 163pp. Five folding engraved plates. .

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        The Tea-Table Miscellany: or, Allan Ramsay's Collection of Scots Sangs - Volumes I, II & III [3 Volumes in One Book]

      - The Preface mentions that this is the Ninth Edition in eight years, Dedication Dated 1724, Edinburgh. This book has been trimmed and rebound in 3/4 leather and marbled paper, probably in the mid 1800's. viii, [8], 356pp, [8], with head and tail-pieces, ownership of Bowden from the 1850's with occasional notations in the book, or tipped-in sheets with notes. Covers show chips to upper/lower spine area, occasional tear on page [loss of one word only], some page darkening from age, lacking the formal title pages, occasional foxing/soiling, binding tight, front hinge starting. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        London, anno 1730, Homann Heirs, original colours

      Homann J.B.,1664-1724 - Coppermap, edited by Homann Heirs, anno 1730: "Accurater Grundriss u. Gegend der Koenigl.Gross-Brittannischen Haupt und Residentz-Stadt London." Original colours, size of the leaf: 50x58 cm., insets of: Windsor Castle, Hampton Court, Kenington Palace, Chelesa Hospital and Greenwich Hospital. little brownish, small restorations on margins. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A General Treatise of Morality, Form'd upon the Principles of Natural Reason Only. With A Preface in Answer to two Essays lately published in the Fable of the Bees. And Some incidental Remarks Upon an Inquiry concerning Virtue ....

      London: Printed for S. Billingsley at the Judge's Head in Chancery-Lane, 1724., 1724. 8vo. Full calf, spine gilt, covers ruled in gilt and stamped in blind. Engraved vignette on title, engraved head & tailpieces throughout. Name stamp and ownership signature on title, some rubbing to joints and front cover, a clean very good copy. This copy of the variety with the author's last name as "FIDDFS" on the title (as are all copies we have seen). In this copy the leaf [A6], listing the contents of the lengthy Preface, is bound after the preface, between leaves r3 & r4. Fiddes was a scholarly Divine. This is written against Shaftesbury's Inquiry concerning Virtue (1699) and Mandeville's Fable of the Bees (1705, book edition 1714). An agreeable copy. . First Edition. Full-Leather. Very Good.

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        AUGSBURG. - (Remshart, Karl. Collection des Prospects. Straßen und Plätze.

      Agb., Jeremias Wolff, um ) 1724 - 39,5 x 52 cm. Mit 22 (statt 38) Kupfertafeln meist von Karl Remshart, Johann Christoph Steinberger und Elias Bäck. Mod. HPgt. mit Rsch. Vgl. Schefold, Zyklen S. 185; Thieme-Becker Bd. XXVIII, S. 151 f. - Überarbeitung von Karl Remsharts (1678-1735) Guckkastenblättern der Augsburger Straßenbilder mit reicher Staffage, Klöstern, Kirchen und Gartenanlagen. Der französische Titel in Spiegelschrift über der Darstellung ist weggelassen, die Verlagsangabe nun von Jeremias Wolff (1663-1724). - Alle Tafeln knapp bis zum Plattenrand beschnitten und in Büttenpapier eingesetzt. Aufwendig gestaltet. Revision of Remshart's optica prints of Augsburg streets with rich decoration, showing monasteries, churches and public gardens. The French Titel in mirror writing above the illustration was omitted, publisher's name now by Jeremias Wolff. - All plates closely trimmed up to plate edge and laid down on strong handmade paper.

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        The History of the Conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards. Done into English from the Original Spanish of Don Antonio de Solis, Secretary and Historiographer to His Catholick Majesty. By Thomas Townsend Esq

      London:: Printed for T. Woodward at the Half-Moon, and J. Hooke at the Flower-de-Luce, and J. Peele at Locke's-Head,, 1724. First English Edition. Hardcover. Good. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION of de Solis' Historia de la Conquista de Mexico, poblacion y progresos de la America septentrional, conocida por el nombre de Nueva Espana (1684). Folio. 14 x 9 1/4 inches. [viii], 55, [1] pp. [xviii], (1)-163, [1 blank]; 252; 152 pp. Frontispiece portrait of Cortez, woodcut vignette on title page, headpieces, decorative initials, tailpieces, list of subscribers, 6 plates (2 folding), 2 maps (1 folding), errata printed on the last page; upper margin of the frontispiece torn affects 1/2 inches of the upper margin of the image but is closed with Japanese tissue, first few pages foxed, occasional marginal foxing otherwise clean bright pages, name penciled in upper margin of the title page. Old full calf, later tan leather spine, raised bands, red leather spine label titled and ruled in gilt, all edges stained red; binding square and tight, leather heavily worn, edges of boards and corners showing, new end-papers. Good. This book was the most important European source on Latin American history until the first part of the nineteenth century. It is remarkable for its concise prose style. This work covers the three years between the appointment of Cortes to command the invading force and the fall of Mexico City. It is considered a classic of Spanish prose. The author was the Spanish secretary of state, private secretary to Philip IV, and held the post of Chronicler of the Indies.

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        Gespräche in dem Reich derer Todten (65. -80. Stück in 1 Band).

      Leipzig, Deer, 1724. - Mit 16 gestochenen Frontispizes, 1228 Seiten, 12 Blatt, Pergamentband der Zeit, 20,5 x 17,5 cm, Einband etwas angestaubt, innen sauber. Sammelband mit 16 von insgesamt 240 "entrevues", die in der Zeit von 1718 bis 1739 erschienen, durchgehend paginiert und mit einem dazu gehörigem Register.

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        Moeurs des Sauvages Ameriquains comparées aux Moeurs des Premiers Temps

      4 volumes. [22]+256 pages with thirteen folding plates including frontispiece and folding map of the Americas indicating regions inhabited by Indian tribes; [6]+296 pages with six folding plates; [10]+248 pages with thirteen folding plates; [6]+196+[67 index] ages with eight folding plates. Duodecimo (6 1/2" x 4") bound contemporary mottled calf with five raised spine bands, black and red labels in gilt and original ribbon page markers, marbled end papers and page ends. (Howes L22 ("aa"). Borba de Moraes, page I:452; European Americana 724/98; Sabin 38597) Second edition issued in the same year as the quarto first edition, and possibly at the same time with the same plates only folded.Joseph-François Lafitau was a French Jesuit missionary, ethnologist, and naturalist. He is best known for his use of the comparative method in the field of scientific anthropology, the discovery of ginseng, and his writings on the Iroquois. Lafitau was the first of the Jesuit missionaries in Canada to have a scientific point of view. Lafitau is best known for his important discoveries on the Iroquois society. He arrived in Quebec in 1711 amidst a period of hostility between the Five Nations prior to the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht. The woods were deemed unsafe for travelers and therefore he was ordered to join the Iroquois on the south shore of the St. Lawrence valley in Sault St. Louis, also known as Kahnawake. Sault St. Louis already shared a great tradition with both the members of his order and the Iroquois by the time Lafitau arrived. He noticed the importance of women in Iroquois society, the universality of marriage as an institution, age grading, the classificatory system of relationship, and the pulse of Indian politics in the town council. Lafitau also contributed to existing scholarship on the Iroquois Long-house; he details the rules of residence and social organization. Lafitau's observations provide a greater understanding of Iroquois kinship and exogamy. His major work, Moeurs des Sauvages Amériquains, written in French, was first published in 1724 in Paris. It is entitled Customs of the American Indians Compared with the Customs of Primitive Times and is 1,100 pages in total. In 1974, Dr. William Fenton and Dr. Elizabeth Moore translated and edited the work as part of the Champlain Society's General Series.Condition:Minor wear; moderate damp-staining, corners bumped, spine ends rubbed else a very good set.

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        EPISTOLAE ET BREVIA SELECTORIA

      1724 - CLEMENTIS UNDECIMI PONT. MAX. EPISTOLAE ET BREVIA SELECTORIA ROMAE, EX TIPOGRAPHIA REVERENDAE CAMERAE APOSTOLICAE, 1724 2 VOLUMI IN FOLIO (CM 42 X 27,5) LEGATURE COEVE IN TUTTA PERGAMENA TITOLI IN ORO AL DORSO PAGINE (52), 654, (18); 790, (72). TESTO IN LATINO CAPOLETTERA ED ALCUNE INCISIONI NEL TESTO TESTO COLLAZIONATO E GARANTITO COMPLETO STATO GENERALE MOLTO BUONO DIFETTI ALLE LEGATURE (IN PARTICOLARE AL SECONDO TOMO) NORMALI FIORITURE E PICCOLI SEGNI DEL TEMPO MCV [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der durchläuchtigen Welt neu-vermehrter und verbesserter Geschichts- Geschlechts- und Wappen-Calender auf das Jahr .1725. Mit der kurtz-verfasten Österreichischen Historie fast auf alle Tage.

      Nürnberg, Weigels (1724). - Memorabilia 1723-Doppelblattstich vor dem Titel, 15 Bll. mit 12 blattgr. gest. Porträts, 60 Doppelbll. mit Wappenstichen, S. 61-80, 2 Bll. Register, Ganzleder d. Zt. mit 5 echten Bünden, beidseitig goldgepr. Deckelwappen, Rückenblindprägung, 8° (Ebd. ger. berieben & mit min. Fehlstellen, 3 kurze Schnittspuren & Löchlein auf Deckel, Gold verblasst, Exlibris a. Spiegel, insgesamt wirklich gut erhaltenes Expl.) 600 gr.

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        A Treatise of Consumptions and Other Distempers Belonging to the Breast and Lungs

      John Pemberton, London 1724 - xxxvii, [iii], 223pp + ad. Worn condition. Cover rubbed with upper board detached. Lower part of outer spine missing. Some marks and foxing within. Content in overall good condition. Heraldic book-plate on paste-down [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        NOUVELLES CHANSONS CHOISIES

      Ensemble de 7 volumes in 12 de recueil de chansons avec musique notée, imprimés à La Haye par P.Gosse et J.Neaulme entre 1724 et 1736. Reliure veau d'époque, dos orné de fleurons dorés. Coiffes et coins usés. Tampon de la Bibliothèque C.M.S. de Fortair sur les Tomes 5 et 6. Le tome septième est en reliure différente des autres tomes. Tome premier - 3ème édition La Haye, Gosse et Neaulme 1731. Tome second - La Haye Jean Neaulme, 1724. Tome troisième - 2ème éd., La Haye, Gosse et Neaulme, 1731. Tome quatrième - La Haye Gosse et Neaulme, 1729. Tome cinquième - La Haye Gosse et Neaulme, 1732. Tome sixième - La Haye, Gosse et Neaulme, 1732. Tome septième - La Haye, Jean Neaulme 1736. Rare ensemble complet des six volumes auquel est joint le tome septième.

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        Rotterdamse heldendaden onder de stadvoogdy van den jongen heer Frans van Brederode, genaamt Jonker Fransen oorlog.

      Rotterdam: Philippus Lobel, 1724 First edition. 8vo (20,2 x 11,8 cm). Contemporary gilt-decorated marbled full calf, elaborately gilt-decorated covers with bird motives, gilt-decorated spine with 5 raised bands, 5 gilt fleurons and a gilt-lettered label. Illustrated with a frontispiece of Frans van Bredero and a folding plan of Rotterdam as it was in 1488. First edition in a splendid binding from the workshop named "Crescent Moon Bindery" by Jan Storm van Leeuwen. Upper and lower part of spine slightly damaged, corners slightly bumbed, gilt decorations of upper board edges partly gone and a few small stains on last pages, but otherwise a fine copy of a splendid luxury binding. For a full description and more images please visit: www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        Origines sive Antiquitates Ecclesiasticae. Ex lingua anglicana in latinam vertit JO. Henricus Griscovius (Volumen I - X in 3 Bänden KOMPLETT)

      Sumtibus Orphanotrophei; 1724 - 1729. 360/ 447/ 619/ 411/ 348/ 592/ 522/ 288/ 364/ 99 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe; Pergamenteinband; Die hier angebotenen Bände stammen aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek eines Klosters und tragen die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild/ Stempel ...); Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig; Papier altersbedingt angebräunt - teilweise stockfleckig; Orig.Pergamenteinband der Zeit; Der Gesamtzustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; KOMPLETTPREIS für 3 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; LATEINISCH!! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb

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        Atlas portatilis, Oder Compendieuse Vorstellung Der gantzen Welt/ in einer kleinen Cosmographie, Der grünenden Jugend zum Besten.

      Nürnberg, Verlag Johann Christoph Weigel 1724; (2. Aufl.); ca 17x11 cm; doppelblattgroßes Titelblatt, (4) 262 Seiten mit 31 kolorierten Kupferkarten; Ledereinband d. Zt. mit Rückenschild (Einband etwas bestoßen, vorderer Innendeckel alt beschrieben, fliegende Vorsatzblätter fehlen, Titelblatt mit unterlegtem Eckabriß [keinerlei Textverlust], die ersten 8 Textblätter leicht angerändert, letztes unnummeriertes Blatt \"Register\" fehlt [liegt als Kopie bei], bei der Karte \"Typus Orbis Terrarum\" fehlt ein knappes Drittel, bei der Karte \"Germaniae suos XI. Circulos\" fehlt unten ein guter Zentimeter [ca 10% der Karte]; mehrere Karten mit sauber und unauffällig unterlegten Einrissen [fast ausschließlich in den Faltungsknicken]; insgesamt Exemplar mit einigen Gebrauchsspuren, aber durchaus noch gutes Exemplar)Versand D: 5,00 EUR Weltreise

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        VENETO - TREVISO. Trevigny ou Tarvisi. Ville de l'Etat de Venise.

      1724. VENETO - TREVISO. "Trevigny ou Tarvisi. Ville de l'Etat de Venise". Grande veduta generale della città con scena di caccia col falcone e scene di vita quotidiana. Proviene dall'opera "Nouveau Theatre D'Italie" edita a La Haye da R. Alberts nel 1724. Misura mm 483x192 (ai margini 570x255). Il margine superiore bianco, per la presenza di altra veduta nel foglio) è come sempre ridotto (in questo caso è stato ampliato da carta d'epoca). Ottima conservazione. (Rif.C2542-423/58)

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        An Actual Survey of the County of Sussex Divided, into Rapes, Hundreds and Deanryes, In which the Exact Longitude and Latitude of all the Remarkable Places are Determin'd from Observation. Also An Accurate Delineation By Admeasurement of The Sea-coast, Roads, and the Rivers so far as Navigable etc. By Rich Budgen 1724.

      London 1724 - The first large-scale map of Sussex Surveyed by Richard Budgen and engraved by John Senex on six sheets, three of 660 x 495 mm, and three of 335 x 495 mm, on a scale of 3/4 inch to 1 mile and published in original outline colour by H. Lintot in London in c1730, the second edition.Bound in half calf, folio. A few minor imperfections otherwise an excellent example of this extremely rare survey. One of the outstanding county surveys of the early eighteenth century, an important and influential period in English regional cartography, despite the criticism of the noted antiquarian Richard Gough, who censured the map as "either correct nor well executed". This however was in 1780 and Yeakell and Gardner had just announced their "Proposals" for their "Great Survey" under the patronage of the influential Duke of Richmond which may well have influenced Gough's view. In spite of its shortcomings the map was a landmark in Sussex history, the first in the county to be oriented to true north and to indicate magnetic variation, the first to have parallels and meridians drawn across the map, the first to rely solely on the statute mile of 1760 yards, after Ogilby's survey of 1675, and the first to show the towns ichnographically. It was engraved on six sheets of different sizes, three full sheets being used for the map with three half-sheets being used for the decorative detail. The latter comprises the title cartouche, the dedication cartouche, prospects of Lewes and Chichester with their ichnography, and the coats-of-arms of sixteen of the local nobility. There are 148 subscribers' arms which in most cases are keyed by map reference to their residences. The map was designed specifically for the landed gentry and their commercial interests and this was reflected in the "Explanation" where the diagrammatic detail included market towns, villages and farms, manor houses and gentlemen's seats, castles, ruins and camps, woodland, commons, marshland and heaths, forges, furnaces and stone quarries, rocks, mineral waters and sands and the boundaries of the county, rapes, deaneries and hundreds. Of particular interest were signs indicating those parts abundant with timber and an indication of the navigable distance of a river whilst mileages are indicated along both roads and rivers.The actual survey took longer to reach completion than originally anticipated. A broadside pasted to the bottom corner of an unfinished proof of the eastern sheet in the British Library dated Jan 10th 1722 informs us that "Whereas it was proposed to deliver the map to subscribers by Christmas 1721, but the Spring and beginning of the Summer proving very wet and Roads thereby impassable for the Wheel. If the coming Spring proves tolerably fair the survey may be completed by midsummer next and some of the Plates engrav'd; of which Proofs may be printed, and sent to the Principal Towns of the County that Gentlemen may have an opportunity of examining them etc. before they are filled with various Particulars." The survey must have progressed satisfactorily hereon as an advertisement on May 23rd 1723 in the Weekly Journal announced that "Mr. Budgen's map of Sussex being now finished the subscribers who are to have their arms engraved thereon are desired to send them to Bernard Lintot, Bookseller.that the said map may be published immediately". The 143 subscribers must have been slow to respond as the request was repeated in a further advertisement on Dec. 21st. There is only one known example of the map in this first state with 143 armorials, surprisingly with the imprint of John Senex, and it may be that this is a proof impression.When the map re-appeared it was under the imprint of Bernard Lintot's son, Henry. There were five more coats-of-arms, and, amongst other minor additions, the date 1724 was added to the end of the title. Even so there were still twelve blank shields whilst many of the others lacked a map reference, possibly reflecting their owner's tardiness in forw

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        Des vollkommenen Teutschen Jägers Anderer Haupt-Theil.... angebunden: Der Fortgesetzte immerwährende Jäger-Kalender, ....

      2 in 1, mit 50 Kupfern, davon 2 leicht altkoloriert und 19 Holzschnitten und Vignetten, 4. 33,2 x 20,8 cm. 5 Bl.,12,224 S. / 500 , Seiten, In gutem Zustand. in einem unpassenden modernen Halbleinenband, Buchblock teils leicht gebräunt, aber sauber. weiter im Titel: ...Darinnen nicht allein Die in dem Ersten Theil vorgetragene Materien Von der Erde, den Gebürgen, Kräutern, Bäumen, Wäldern, Witterungen, Mineralien, wilden Thieren, Vögeln und andern Jagd- und Forst-Sachen, Mit neuen Physicalischen, Historischen und Oeconomischen Anmerckungen und Zusätzen erläutert und vollständiger abgehandelt, Sondern auch unterschiedene Neue und auserlesene Jagd- und Forst-Sachen gelehret werden, Deme auch zugleich der wohlunterrichtete Teutsche Fischer mit angefüget ist, nebst vielen darzu dienenden Kupfern ausgearbeitet von ... , Fortsetzung des 2.Titels:... Welcher bey denen Monathen und Tagen des Jahres allerhand curieuse historische Anmerckungen beybringet, Mancherley Medicinische sachen und Gesundheits-Regeln lehret, Allerhand plaisante Poesien einmischet, Insonderheit Was des Jahrs über in Jagd- und Forst-Sachen und bey dem Vogelwerck in Obacht zu nehmen sey. Vorstellig gemacht von Hanns Friedrich von Fleming, Burg- und Schloß-Gesessen auf Böcke, Martentin und Zebin Erbherr auf Weissach und Gahro, Leipzig, 1724, Bey Joh. Christian Martini, Buchh. in der Nicolaistr., bei der Seitenzahl des 2. Bandes sind noch 32 Seiten anzufügen , Register und 8 Seiten von Thomas Friedrich Georgi und Rudolpf Erdmann Ermell.

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        \"Frisinga\". Gesamtansicht von einem erhöhten Standpunkt im Norden mit dem dominierenden Domberg im Mittelpunkt.

       Kupferstich von Gottfried Stain nach Jean Claude Sarron, 1724, 44 x 89 cm. Maß-Benker, Freising in alten Ansichten Nr. 69; nicht bei Lentner. - Die wohl schönste Ansicht Freisings aus dem 18. Jahrhundert sollte dem großen Geschichtswerk von Meichelbeck beigelegt werden. Der Verleger Veith in Augsburg scheute jedoch die Kosten für einen derart großformatigen Stich. Erst durch die finanzielle Unterstützung des Bischofs konnte einem Teil der Auflage der Stich beigegeben werden. Dies erklärt die große Seltenheit des Blattes. - Sarrons Blick auf die Stadt von einem fiktiven, erhöhten Standpunkt ermöglichte die genaue Darstellung aller Häuser und Kirchen, Straßen und Plätze. Die Stadt erscheint nahezu kreisförmig. Der Blick folgt dem Isarlauf bis zu den Alpen. - Links im Himmel kleiner, nicht störender Tintenfleck. Besonders schöner, kräftiger Druck. Tadellos erhalten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Le Grand Dictionaire Historique, ou lemelange curieux de l'histoire sacree et profane, qui contient en abrege les vies et les actions remaquables des Patriarches, des Juges, des Rois des Juifs, des Papes, des saint Peres et ancien Docteurs orthodoxes des Eveques, des cardinaux et autres Prelats celebres, des Heresiarques et des Schisinatiques, avec leurs principaux Dogmes: Des Empereurs, des Rois, des princes illustres et des grands Capitaines: Des Auteurs anciens et modernes, des Philosophes, des Inventeurs des Arts, et de ceux qui se sont rendus recommandables en toutes sortes de Professions, par leur Science, par leur Ouvrages, ou par quelque Action eclatante.L'etablissement et le progres Des Ordres Religieux et Militaires, et la Vie de leurs Fondateurs. Les Genealogies de plusieurs Familles illustres de France etd'autres pais. L'Histoire fabuleuse des Dieux, et des Heros de L'antiquite Payenne. La description des Empires, Royaumes, Republiques, Provinces, Villes, Isles, Montagnes

      Groß-4. 39 (bzw. 40) x 26 cm. 1. Band (A-B): Vortitel, Frontispiz, Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, 1 Blatt, 18 Seiten, 3 Blatt, 522 Seiten. 2. Band (C-F): Vortitel, Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, 572 Seiten. 3. Band(G-M): Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, 582 Seiten. 4. Band (N-Z): Vortitel, Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, 588 Seiten. Ganzlederbände der Zeit. Goldgeprägte Rückentitel. 1. und 2. Band in 11. (erschienen in Amsterdam, Den Haag und Utrecht 1724), 3. und 4. Band in 9. Auflage (erschienen in Amsterdam und Den Haag aux depens de la Compagnie, 1702). Graesse, Tresor de livres rares et precieux, 4, 606. Exlibris auf Innendeckel. Mehrere Besitzerstempel auf Innendeckel, Titelblatt, Vorsätzen und auf einigen Blättern. Gutes Exemplar. 4 volums in 3 (complet). Volume 1 an 2 in 11th, Volume 3 and 4 in 9th edition. Exlibris, and few owners marks. Contemporary full leather bindings. Good condition.

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        A Set of Fifty New and Correct Maps of England and Wales. [bound with: IBID] Scotland delineated or Thirty Six New and correct Maps of North Britain [and: IBID] A set of Twenty New and Correct Maps of Ireland.

      Herman Moll, Thomas Bowles and John Bowles, 1724, 1725, and 1728 respectively., London, - The first English atlas of Scotland Together three works bound in one volume. 4to (215 by 178mm), 106 engraved general, regional and county maps, in fine contemporary outline colour, contemporary calf, a few maps shaved at upper and lower margins, corners of binding worn, rebacked retaining original spine.The first work with letterpress title incorporating index, 50 engraved maps; the second with letterpress title incorporating index, and 36 engraved maps; the third with letterpress title incorporating index, and 20 engraved maps (one folding and including a table) It is rare to find the three atlases bound together. The Scotland atlas is the first English atlas of that country.The commercial success of Moll's atlas of England and Wales inevitably led to thoughts of a comparable volume on Scotland. Whilst Blaeu's landmark atlas of 1654 had been a great success it was not only seventy years out of date but primarily something for the library, and it was therefore an appropriate time to publish a new and relatively portable work. Moll's atlas comprises two general maps and thirty four of the shires of similar size to the English volume and was first published in 1725. A note on the reverse of the title-page draws attention to the contributions of Timothy Pont, Robert Gordon, and John Adair, whilst a further leaf of text contained a description "Of Scotland in General". Hodson I 174, 179, 182; Chubb CLXI; XIV; VII

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        Remarks on forest scenery, and other woodland views, (relative chiefly to picturesque beuty) illustrated by the scenes of New-Forest in Hampshire.

      2. Auflage. 3 Bücher in 2 Bänden. Ca. 22,5 x 14,5 cm. (4) S., VII S., 340 S., (IV) Seiten, mit 16 Aquatintatafeln (4) S., 310 S., (2) S., III S., 30 S., (2) S., XX Seiten, mit 14 (davon 8 gefalteten) Aquatintatafeln und 1 doppelblattgroßen farbigen Karte. Marmorierte Kalbledereinbände der Zeit mit geprägten Rückenschildern und Stehkantenvergoldung. Mit 31 Illustrationen (Landschaften, Pflanzen, Tiere) sowie einer Karte. Gilpin (geb. in Carlisle, Cumberland 1724-1804), Geistlicher, Schriftsteller, Zeichner und Stecher studierte in Oxford. "In den Ferien besuchte er die malerischen Gegenden des Landes und kehrte mit einer reichen Ausbeute an Studienblättern und Skizzen zurück, die er in Aquatintamanier stach ... Als einer der "Picturesque Writers", die dem William Combe später das Vorbild für seine satirische Figur des Dr. Syntax lieferten, war er vielleicht der erste, der seine Landsleute lehrte, eine Landschaft mit künstlerlischen Augen zu sehen. ... Von großartiger Wirkung sind seine Blätter mit frei erfundenen Landschaftsmotiven." (vgl. Thieme Becker 14, 49 ff). Einbände brieben und Rücken stärker bestoßen, mit Leder-Fehlstellen an den Gelenken. Engl. Zeitungsausschnitt auf Vorsatz. Namenszug auf Titelblatt. Seiten vereinzelt leicht stockfleckig. Tafeln mit Abklatsch auf den gegenüberliegenden Seiten. In englischer Sprache. Reizvoll illustrierte Ausgabe.

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        1746-66) und Luise von Gross-Britanien und Hannover (1724-1751)

      Relief-Ofenplatte, 18. Jahrhundert. (64,5 cm x 54.5 cm) Die Ofenplatte zeigt das Brustbild beider Herrscher im Medaillon. Darüber die Herrscherkrone und die Inschrift Frederik und Luisa. Das Ganze von zwei Engeln getragen. Ornamental eingefaßt, links und rechts die gekrönten Initialien F. und L. Siehe Bild

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        Stockholm, anno 1730, J.B.Homann

      Homann J.B.,1664-1724 - Stockholm, anno 1730, J.B.Homann Copperengraving, edited by J.B. Homann, Norimberg, approx. anno 1730, old colours, restored, waterstained, old coloured, mounted on thick paper, "Prospect der Königl Schewed Haupt und Residenz-Stadt Stokholm mit einigen derselben vornehmste u. herrlichste Palaesten.", size of the leaf: 51x61 cm.Very good restored view of Stockholm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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