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        "BONNA. BONN." Kupferstich von I.C. Leopold nach F.B. Werner. Aus: "Europens Zierde ...". Augsburg, um 1740. 19,3:28,5 cm. - Kaum störender Fleck im weißen Papierrand.

      Augsburg: Leopold, 1730. Ansicht von Nordwesten. Mit Erklärungen in Spruchbändern im Himmel und Legende in Latein und Deutsch unter der Darstellung. Im Hintergrund das Siebengebirge mit der Godesburg. - Selten..

      [Bookseller: Nürnberger Buch- und Kunstantiquariat]
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        BIBLIA SACRA. German Leather-Bound, Illustrated 'Tubingen' Bible, 1730. (German Text)

      Size: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall, Oversize illustrated German text 'Tubingen' Bible, 1730. Old and New Testaments, plus additional text. Engraved illustrations including double-page spread of Jerusalem with montage of surrounding illustrations. Leather covered wooden covers still very well hinged. Spine has seven raised bands. Wear and some leather loss head and heel of same. Fully legible gilt title and decorations also on spine. Blind embossed and gilt decorations on both boards, which have all angelic brass relief decorations complete and attached as appropriate. Both brass clasps and attachments complete, however both leather straps have been amateurishly rejoined with a modern adhesive (holding strongly). Probably 19th century marble-pattern endpapers; inner hinges starting head and foot (still well attached). Corner torn from upper front pastedown, and similar surface loss to foredge of rear pastedown. Text-block is very good, with an occasional short closed tear, finger mark, fleck or stain. Text-block edges uniformly gilt, with still clearly visible blind-embossed patterns on all three edges. Red and black text title page. Two blank fly sheets, (xxxvi )+ 1248 + (viii) + 582 + 80 + (76) pp. (last blank). Dimensions (H.W.D.) 445mm x 305mm x 140mm (17.5 in. x 12 in. x 5.5 in.). Weight approx. 12KG. (28 pounds). Summary: Overall this Tubingen Bible is in very good condition for a volume 280 years old. We have been unable to find a copy in better condition during our research. There are no names or apparent annotations within the leaves. * Buyers - This item will incur significant extra postage charges as it weighs well over 1KG. Please email for quote.

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        Donnstags-Nachrichten von Zürich. Betreffende allerhand in dem gemeinen Handel vorkommende Dinge, als vom kauffen und verkauffen, von verleihen und entlehnen, oder zu Lehen empfangen, vom gefundnen und verlohrnen, von Kostgeben und Kostnehmen und anderen dergleichen Sachen wochentlich zubekommen. Num. I., den 23. Hornung [Februar], 1730; Nr. III., den 9. Merz, 1730 (2 Hefte).

      Zürich, 1730 - 8°, je 2 Bl., Jeweils einmal gefalztes Blatt., Etwas stockig sonst tadell. SELTEN: Die Existenz des heutigen «Tagblatt der Stadt Zürich» führt auf die Gründung des Berichthauses durch Hans Jacob Lindinner an der 23. Hornung (Februar) zurück. Im selben Jahr erschien die Erstausgabe der «Donnerstags-Nachrichten». 600 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tractatus de Pascuis, Defensis, Forestis, et Aquis; Regum, Baronum

      1730. Has a Section on Laws Concerning Olives and Olive Oil Rendella, Prospero. Tractatus de Pascuis, Defensis, Forestis, Et Aquis. Regum, Baronum, Communitatum & Singulorum. De Columbis, Et Columbariis. De Olea, Et Oleo Commentaria. Cum Indicibus Unicuiq; Operi Accomodatis. Trani: Typis Laurentii Valerii, 1730. [iv], 170, [10] pp. Folio (14-1/4" x 9"). Contemporary vellum, early calligraphic title to spine. Light rubbing to boards, some chipping to spine, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front free endpaper affixed to pastedown. Moderate browning and faint dampspotting to text, worming to margins in places, light edgewear to a few leaves, faint spot son title page and final leaf, possibly from a removed stamp. Early check marks to some index entries, interior otherwise clean. A nice copy of a scarce title. * Later edition, a reissue of a 1718 Neapolitan imprint by Paolo Severini. First published in Naples in 1618, this treatise addresses legal and economic aspects of agriculture and natural resources including fields, forests, watercourses, game birds, such as doves, waters and watercourses. Due perhaps to its Neapolitan origins, it pays particular attention to the cultivation of olives and the production of olive oil. A useful work, it went through several editions into the mid-eighteenth century. All are scarce. OCLC locates few copies of any edition in North America, none of the 1730 Trani edition (at Harvard Law School). Not in Camus or the British Museum Catalogue. Donno, Biblioteca Sistematica dell'Olivo e dell'Olio d'Oliva 28.

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        Jesus Christ Giving the Keys to St. Peter.

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale, ca. 1730s. - Woodcut after Raphael Urbino. Etched plate by P.P. A. Robert, painter to the Cardinal de Rohan, printed in dark brown. Two blocks: pale and medium yellow brown. 25 x 35.9 cm. Nagler, 7. Le Blanc, 15. AKA: Christus setzt den Petrus zum Haupte der Kirche ein. Pierre (Jésus donnant les clefs du paradis à S).

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        Fürstentum Anhalt] - Anhaltinus Principatus stirpis Ascaniensis felicitate hodie florens geographico pencicillo descriptus a. M. Seuttero.

      Tob. Conr. Lotter,, Augsburg, 1730 - Kupferstich. Augsburg, Tob. Conr. Lotter, o. J. [um 1730]. ca. 48 x 56 cm. Gerahmt in Goldleiste der Zeit. Karte teilweise altkoloriert: Grenzen, einige Gebiete, Kartuschen. - Leichte Gbrsp., Rahmen leicht bestossen. Deutsch Gerahmt in Goldleiste der Zeit.

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        "The natural history of Hartz-Forest, in His Majesty King George's German dominions. Being a succinct account of the caverns, lakes, springs, rivers, mountains, rocks, quarries, fossiles, castles, gardens, the famous pagan idol Pustrich or Spit-fire, dwarf-holes, pits, moving islands, whirlpools, mines, several engines belonging to them; ores, the manner of refining them; smelting houses; several sorts of ovens, hammer-mills, vitriol and glasshouses, &c. in the said forest: with several useful and entertaining physical observations."

      London: "by W. Pearson, for T. Osborne". 1730. "First edition in English, 8vo, pp. [16], 164, [8] index, [4] publisher's ads; contemporary full paneled calf, small manuscript paper label on spine; some wear at extremities, the joints starting, and small rectangular pieces scissored from the top edges of the title and dedication pages, not affecting text; a handsome copy overall. Translation by John Andree, founder of the London Hospital, of the author's Hercynia curiosa, first published in German in Nordhausen (1703). Behrens here describes the natural wonders of the Hartz forest--mostly geological--but he also writes about remarkable fossil discoveries, including the remains of a unicorn: ""Here is also found the fossile Unicorn, but not near in such quantity as formerly, because the Peasants, who used to dig for it and to sell it to the Apothecaries and Druggists, have almost exhausted the place"" (p. 22)."

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        Geschiedenissen der Vereenigde Nederlanden, Sedert den aanvang van die Republyk tot op den Vrede van Utrecht in 't Jaar 1713. en het Tractaat van Barriere in 't Jaar 1715. gesloten. Verciert met d' Afbeeldzels der Voornaamste Personaadjen, Beruchste Gevallen, Belegeringen van Steden, Veldslagen, en meer andere Keurlyke Printverbeeldingen, gesneden door den Heer Picard Romein, en andere voorname Meesters. In Drie Deelen in Folio. In 't Fransch beschreven, En nu in 't Nederduitsch vertaalt.

      Amsterdam, Zacharias Chatelain 1730. 3 delen, (titelprent, 20) 394, (titelprent, 2) 706, (titelprent, 2) 723 (38) p. Half Leer, Folio (latere banden, met 3 gegraveerde titelprenten, 1 van de 2 uitvouwbare kaarten, 47 van de 51 dubbele gravures en plattegronden, en 57 portretten van Jan Luyken, Bernard Picart e.a.).

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        Portugal renascido, tratado historico-critico-chronologico, em que à luz da verdade se daô manifestos os successos de Portugal do seculo decimo depois do nascimento. . Lissabon, J.A. da Sylva, 1730. Titel, 4 Bll., 436 S. Gr.-4°. Ldr. d. Zt. mit RVerg. (bestoßen, einige Wurmspuren).,

      1730 - Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Teatro del Sig. Marchese Scipione Maffei cioè la tragedia la comedia e il drama non più stampato

      Verona: Gio. Alberto Tumermani, 1730.

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        St. Philippe Neri.

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale, ca. 1730s. - Woodcut after Louis Garzi. Etched plate by the Comte de Caylus printed in black. Two blocks: in shades of gray-green. 34.3 x 24.7 cm. Nagler, 13. Le Blanc, 14. AKA: Maria erscheint dem heilige Philippus Neri. Philippe de Néri (S.).

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        The natural history of Hartz-Forest, in His Majesty King George's German dominions. Being a succinct account of the caverns, lakes, springs, rivers, mountains, rocks, quarries, fossiles, castles, gardens, the famous pagan idol Pustrich or Spit-fire, dwarf-holes, pits, moving islands, whirlpools, mines, several engines belonging to them; ores, the manner of refining them; smelting houses; several sorts of ovens, hammer-mills, vitriol and glasshouses, &c. in the said forest: with several useful and entertaining physical observations.

      by W. Pearson, for T. Osborne, London 1730 - First edition in English, 8vo, pp. [16], 164, [8] index, [4] publisher's ads; contemporary full paneled calf, small manuscript paper label on spine; some wear at extremities, the joints starting, and small rectangular pieces scissored from the top edges of the title and dedication pages, not affecting text; a handsome copy overall. Translation by John Andree, founder of the London Hospital, of the author's Hercynia curiosa, first published in German in Nordhausen (1703). Behrens here describes the natural wonders of the Hartz forest--mostly geological--but he also writes about remarkable fossil discoveries, including the remains of a unicorn: "Here is also found the fossile Unicorn, but not near in such quantity as formerly, because the Peasants, who used to dig for it and to sell it to the Apothecaries and Druggists, have almost exhausted the place" (p. 22). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Treviris." "Trier."

      1730 - Kupferstich von Joseph Friedrich Leopold nach Friedrich Bernhard Werner, ca. 1730. Ca. 19,5 x 28,5 cm. Rosar Nr. 8.1.1 Zeigt einen Blick über die Mosel auf die Stadt Trier und die sie umgebenden Hügel. Im Vordergrund der Darstellung sieht man Schiffe, die zum Teil getreidelt werden, am anderen Ufer ist ein Jäger mit Hund dargestellt. Unter der Ansicht befindet sich ein Erläuterungstext und das Petruswappen der Stadt Trier. Neben dem Text sind Privileg und Stechervermerk, darunter der Vermerk "F.B. Werner delin." angegeben. Selten! "Um 1730 erschien im Verlag Leopold eine der wenigen, auf Autopsie beruhenden Ansichten von Trier, die einen Einblick in die topographische Situation nach dem Spanischen Erbfolgekrieg gestattet. Fast identisch mit der Trier-Vedute seines Vaters sind der Rahmen und die Gestaltung des Schriftfeldes mit Privilegvermerk und Signaturen unter der Ansicht. Variiert wurden in der obersten Bildzone die Putti, die Legenden und das Schriftband. Der gewählte Bildausschnitt reicht im Norden bis nach St. Maximin und schließt im Süden mit der Darstellung von St. Matthias, das mit den barocken Hauben aus der Zeit zwischen 1709 und 1714 zu sehen ist. St. Maximin erscheint als großer Klosterbering mit dreischiffiger Basilika und Doppelturmfront nach Westen, so, wie der Bau unter Abt Alexander Henn (1680-1698) nach der Zerstörung von 1675 ausgeführt wurde. Mit hohen Helmen und dem Westflügel von 1626 liegt die Abtei von St. Martin im linken Vordergrund. Mächtig überragt die Domgruppe das Stadtbild, die Leopold zusammen mit St. Gangolf durch eine Drehung von der Seite zeigt. Die frontale Perspektive Münsters (Kat.Nr. 2.1.1) oder Merians (Kat.Nr. 4.1.1.a) hatten den Blick auf die östlichen Teile der Gebäude nicht ermöglicht; durch diesen Trick aber werden die barocken Veränderungen aus der Zeit zwischen 1719 und 1723 erkennbar. Während dieser Umbauten wurde der Dom durch einen neuen Chor, die Helme der Chorflankentürme und den Einbau eines Querhauses modernisiert. Zwischen Liebfrauen und St. Gangolf ragt die Haube des Roten Turmes hervor, der 1647 als Kanzlei- und Archivgebäude errichtet worden war." (Rosar).

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        Kst.- Karte, b. J.B. Homann, "Status Reipublicae Genuensis nec non Prospectuum Celeberrimae ejusdem Urbis et Portus ..".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, um 1730, 48 x 55. Sehr dek. Karte mit großer Panoramaansicht von Genua im unteren Drittel. Mittig die übergroße Titelkartusche, flankiert von figürlichen Allegorien auf die Seefahrt, Handel usw., darüber die Karte der Riviera. Zeigt die Küste zwischen Ventimiglia und La Spezia. Im Norden bildet der Po die Begrenzung. - Bugfalte restauriert.

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        Carte der Gegend von Wismar nebst der Insul Poel und angedeuteter Bloquade zu Wasser und zu Lande 1715 wie auch Speciale Anzeigung des Außflusses des Swerinischen Sees nach Wismar.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. J.B. Homann n. Heinrich Varenium,, um 1730, 49 x 58 cm. Karte mit Gesamtansicht von Wismar am unteren Blattrand. Die Ansicht umgeben mit schmückenden Ornamenten und seitlich flankiert von allegorischen Figuren. Oben recht Titelkartusche mit figürlicher Umrandung, oben links Erklärungen.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. J.B. Homann, "Magnae Britanniae Pars Meridionalis in qua Regnum Angliae ..".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, um 1730, 57 x 48,5 (H). Shirley, British Isles II, Homann 3. - Oben links die Titelkartusche, unten mittig Parlamentsszene mit George I. Zeigt die sieben engl. Königreiche und Wales. Die Kartusche und die Parlamentsszene in herrlichem Altkolorit.

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        "HAMBURG eine Weltberühmte Freye Reichs und Hansee= auch reiche u: Volkreiche Handels Statt an der Elb, nicht weit von der Nord See". Teilweise altkolorierter Kupferstich, erschienen bei M. Seutter. Um 1730. 50:58 cm. - Wenige alte Flecken und zwei unsichtbar restaurierte Randeinrisse. Ansonsten gutes Exemplar.

      Augsburg: Seutter, 1730. Im unteren Drittel der dekorativen Darstellung die unkolorierte Gesamtansicht, darüber der kolorierte Grundrißplan. Das Blatt ist erstmals ca. 1730 erschienen, ab ca. 1740 wurde es dann mit dem kaiserlichem Druckprivileg versehen (oben rechts)..

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        Virginia Marylandia et Carolina

      Nuremburg:, c.1730. in America Septentrionali Britannorum industria excultae repraesentatae... Size: 575 x 485 mm. Copper engraving. Original colour. Very good condition. Repair to closed tear on lower margin. This magnificent map of the eastern seaboard, extends from New York and "New Jarsey" to South Carolina and west to Lake Erie. To the south, as with many maps of the time, is the large mythical lake "Apalache Lacus". This map first appeared in Homann's Atlas Novus in 1714, and appeared in a number of other atlases throughout the eighteenth century. The map is enhanced by an elaborate uncoloured cartouche which includes images of European merchants sitting on top of a plethora of commercial goods, trading with the local Indians. An open drying shed in seen in the background, whilst in the foreground there is a large fish, an alligator and a horse. Homann was one of the foremost German cartographers in the eighteenth century.

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        Globi Coelestis in Tabulas Planas Redacti Pars III

      Nuremburg 1730 - Two tables on the left and right margin, Size : 490x580 (mm), 19.25x22.875 (Inches), Hand Colored Good, corners have been extended not affecting the image. Margins have been shaved closely.

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        Colossus Monarchicus, Statua Danielis.

      Norimberga, 1730 - Incisione in rame, mm 590x510, colorata d'epoca. Tavola cronologica raffigurante Daniele, nella cui figura sono iscritti i regnanti dei popoli antichi, dagli Assiri ai due imperi romani d'Oriente e Occidente fino ai regnanti tedeschi e Turchi coevi all'autore. La statua, come le quattro bestie, poste ai lati del sovrano, che raffigurano le diverse monarchie, derivano dall'interpretazione del passo biblico relativo al sogno di Daniele (Dan, II, 31 e seg.). J.B. Homann nasce a Norimberga nel 1663; lavora inizialmente per David Funk e per Giacomo Sandrart finchè, nel 1702, inizia una propria produzione cartografica, raggiungendo ben presto un notevole successo per l'eleganza e la modernità, ben amalgamando aspetto scientifico e decorativo. Nel 1707 pubblica il primo atlante, arricchendolo rapidamente fino a superare il centinaio di carte con il ''Grosser Atlas" di 126 carte. Muore nel 1723, ma la sua attività viene portata avanti dagli eredi. Bell'esemplare, con margini assai brevi e qualche restauro a strappi., talvolta nella parte incisa. Verso dell'angolo sup. sin. rinforzato.

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        Magnae Britanniae Pars Meridionalis in qua Regnum Angliae tam in Septem Antiqua Anglo-Saxonum Regna. .

      1730 - Nuremberg, c.1730. Original colour with later additions 575 x 490mm. Map of England and Wales, with an elaborate allegorical title cartouche and a vignette scene of Queen Anne and her councillors. The colouring of England marks the boundaries of the seven Anglo-Saxon kingdoms, predating the Norman Conquest of 1066.

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        L'État et les délices de la Suisse En forme de relation critique, par mlusieurs Auteurs célèbres, Enrichi de Fiqures [.].

      WETSTEINS ET SMITH, Amsterdam 1730 - [2]-xxxviii-484, [6]-495, [6]-426, [6]-507 pp.; 80 h.-t. (partie inférieure des titres découpée sans perte de texte). ÉDITION ORIGINALE de cette compilation d'ouvrages d'Abraham Ruchat, Abraham Stanyan et J.G. Altmann illustrée d'1 frontispice, 9 cartes et 70 planches hors texte. # Barbier II-298. Provenance : E.S. de Perceval (mention ms.). 4 volumes. Plats frottés avec taches au t. III et épidermure au t. IV, coiffes abîmées, bon état général. Reliure de l'époque : plein veau, dos fleuronnés dorés à nerfs, tranches jaspées

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        Dresden. - Stadtplan & Panoramaansicht. - Seutter. - "Dresda ad Albim, Saxoniae Superioris Metropolis, ac magnifica Ducis Electoris et regis Poloniae sedes. Dresden an der Elb, eine Haupt-Stadt des Obern Sachsen u. Höchst vortreffliche Residentz des dasigen Churfürsten u. Konigs in Pohlen".

      Augsburg, Matthäus Seutter, 1730. Historische Ortsansicht. Radierung / Kupferstich, alt koloriert, um 1755. Von Matthäus Seutter. 49,2 x 56,4 cm (Darstellung / mit Schmuckrahmen) / 50,3 x 57,3 cm (Platte) / 54,5 x 64,0 cm (Blatt). Aus: Matthäus Seutter, Grosser Atlas, Worinnen enthalten alle die-jenige Geographische Universal-, Special- und Particular-Mappen. Mit über die mehresten gedrukten Alphabetischen Registern, Auch unterschiedlicher vornehmsten Städten Prospect, und Grund-Risse, Wie nicht weniger Einige Genealogische Bäume, Und Chronologische Tabellen (Augsburg: Matthäus Seutter 1730). - Oberhalb der Darstellung signiert: "ausgefertiget von Matth. Seutter Kay. Geogr. in Augsp." Lateinisch und deutsch betitelt. Oben links kurze Beschreibung der Stadt, darunter Legende A-Z, a-z und 1-190. Rechts oben das Kursächsische Wappen und das Stadtwappen. Am unteren Rand Inset-Vedute der Stadt mit eigenem Titel: "Die Königl. u. Churfürstl. Sächsische Haupt u. Residentz Stadt und Vestung DRESDEN." - Blatt mit marginalen Lagerspuren. Verso Reste vormaliger Montierung. Insgesamt sehr guter Erhaltungszustand. Matthäus Seutter (1678 Augsburg - 1757 ebenda). Deutscher Kartograf und Kupferstecher, Gründer der Druckerei und des Verlages Seutter. Begann 1697 eine Lehre bei Johann Baptist Homann in Nürnberg, arbeitete danach im Augsburger Verlag von Jeremias Wolff. Gründete um 1710 seinen Verlag, in dem über 500 Landkarten, Globen und Atlanten entstanden. Seutter hat seine Karten hauptsächlich selbst nach Vorlagen anderer Kartografen graviert. Für das künstlerische Beiwerk der Kartuschen zog er Augsburger Künstler wie Martin Gottfried Crophius, Melchior Rhein oder Gottfried Rogg heran. Die bekanntesten Werke Seutters sind der "Atlas Geographicus" von 1725, der "Grosse Atlas" von 1734 sowie der Taschenatlas "Atlas minor" von 1744..

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        Carte General de la Caroline Dresse sur les Memoires le Plus Nouveaux Par Le Sieua S***.

      Amsterdam 1730 - Full original color; fine. A superb, original color example of the first map of the Carolinas published outside of England. Though Mortier credited the map to Sanson, it was in fact closely derived from an English map, the extremely rare, separately issued ¿A New Map of CAROLINA¿ published by Thornton, Morden and Lea in 1685. Charleston is noted at its location on the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, both on the map and in an inset showing Charles Towne and the nearby plantations. Burden calls this edition of the map ¿very rare.¿ Cumming 120; Burden 767, State 2.

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        Mappe Monde a l'usage du Roy

      Amsterdam 1730 - Size : 445x685 (mm), 17.5x27 (Inches), Hand Colored in Outline Very Good, mounted on acid free tissue paper for long term preservation.

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        Carte des Antilles Francoises et des Isles Voisines

      Covens, Jean & Mortier, Corneille, Amsterdam 1730 - Size : 601x458 (mm), 23.625x18 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring

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        Carte du Royaume de Danemarc. Par Guill. De l'Isle. A Amsterdam chez Jean Cóvens et Corneille Mortier, Géographes.

      *** Kort over Kongeriget Danmark af Guillaume De L'Isle. Kobberstik. 48 x 60 cm. Trykt på svært papir. Konturkoloreret. Udgivet i Amsterdam af Jean Covens og Corneille Mortier [ 1730-1770 ]. I kraftig, patineret, håndforsølvet ramme fra ca. 1960 med passepartout. Rammen måler 66 x 80 cm. - Fint eksemplar.. Firmaet Covens og Mortier i Amsterdam udsendte i perioden 1730-1770 op mod en halv snes udgaver af " Atlas Nouveau " med kort af Guillaume De L'Isle. Nærværende kort er fra en af disse udgaver

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Marsilii u. G. de l'Isle bei Covens u. Mortier, "Le Royaume de Hongrie et des Pays qui en dependoient autresois".

      . mit Flächenkolorit,, um 1730, 46 x 57. Szantai. Atlas Hungaricus, Mortier Nr. 3 B mit Abb. der Karte. - Mit Kopftitel "Nova et accurata Regni Hungarie ..", unten links und rechts je eine Kartusche. - Zeigt Südosteuropa ohne Griechenland.

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        Opulentissimum Sinarum Imerium juxta Recentissimam Delineatonem in Suas Provincias Disterminatum cura et sumtibus

      Augsburg 1730 - Size : 500x595 (mm), 19.625x23.375 (Inches), Hand Colored Excellent; some very faint yellowing of the fold

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        Nova Mappa Geographica vel de Zabache et Paludis Maeotidis

      Augsburg 1730 - Size : 490x575 (mm), 19.25x22.625 (Inches), Hand Colored

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        Lincolne Shire and Nottinghame Shire

      London: , c. 1730. Copperplate engraving with original outline colour. Size: 425 × 550 mm. Map has been lightly cleaned, and margins have been strengthened and had minor repairs. A scarce and most attractive map of the adjacent Midland counties of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire by George Willdey, based on the much earlier map by the Elizabethan cartographer Christopher Saxton - first published in 1579. Willdey acquired the Saxton plates around 1730. Map features include; a town plan of Lincoln, together with the heraldic arms of all the Earls of Lincoln since The Norman Conquest and a large set of compass dividers. Willdey, was not only a London map seller,but (somewhat unusually) also an optical instrument maker. The map comes from the atlas entitled 'The Shires of England and Wales...'.

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        Madrid,cité de l archeveche de Tolede,des plus considerables de l Espagne.

      Paris,circa 1730. - Grabado calcográfico con unas medidas de 34x24 cms.blanco y negro.El grabado muestra una vista panorámica de Madrid tomada desde el alto del camino de Toledo.En primer plano un desfile militar y el puente de Toledo sobre el Manzanares.El perfil de la ciudad es imaginario y desproporcionado como en las dimensiones del Alcazar.Esta vista formaba parte de una rarisima colección publicada por Aveline de ciudades Europeas. Grabada por Crepy.Muy rara.

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        Emperor Henry IV at the Feet of Pope Gregory VII.

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale, ca. 1730s. - Woodcut after Frederic Zuccaro. Etched plate by the Comte de Caylus printed in dark brown. Two blocks printed in shades of tan. 40.8 x 21.9 cm. Nagler, 29. Le Blanc, 30. AKA: Kaiser Heinrich IV, zu den Füssen Papst Gregors VII. L'empereur Henri IV aux pieds du pape Grégoire VII.

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        Des Heil. Röm. Reichs freye Handels- u. Hansee Stadt Hamburg in einem accuraten Plan u. Prosp.

      Nürnberg ca. 1730. Karte zeigt den Stadtplann von Hamburg mit einer prachtvollen Gesammtansicht, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 49 x 57. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Riflessioni apologetiche per il magnifico dottore D. Gasparo del Torti. Con Maria Caterina Sani, e altri.

      [Wohl Pisa, o. Dr., um 1730]. - (20) SS. (A-B4, C2; Titel auf C2v). Unbeschnittene Foliobögen. Von zeitgenössischer Hand (wohl vom Verfasser, dem am Titel genannten Antonio Priscolo) korrigierte Rohfahnen zu einer nie erschienenen apologetischen Schrift betreffend einen Skandal im Pisa des Jahres 1727. Der korrupte Tiburtio de Parillis überredete seine Geliebte Maria Caterina Sani, die Dienerin seines Förderers Gasparo del Torto, ihren Herrn auszurauben und sich in einem Nonnenkloster zu verstecken. Unterstützung erfuhren die beiden dabei offenbar von Candido Laparelli, Sohn von Gasparos verstorbener Gattin aus erster Ehe. Vor Gericht gelang es Tiburtio, mit Hilfe eines bestochenen Gerichtsschreibers die Strafe abzuwenden. Antonio Priscolo wendet sich nun mit seiner Zeugenaussage direkt an das Höchstgericht, um Gerechtigkeit für Gasparo einzufordern. - Kein Exemplar in Bibliothekskatalogen nachweisbar und offenbar nie veröffentlicht.

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        Le Nouveau Gulliver, ou Voyage de Jean Gulliver, Fils du Capitaine Gulliver. Traduit d'un Manuscript Anglois

      Paris: Clouzier et François le Breton, 1730. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 2 volumes in contemporary calf with gilt spines in compartments. A bit rubbed at the edges and hinges, but sound and quite attractive. A few marks to the endpapers, mark to first page (possibly a publisher mark), scattered light browning and foxing but a clean attractive pair; both half titles present. (xxx), 262, (6)pp; (vi), 259pp. & & The successful and spurious continuation of Gulliver. It was translated into English the following year and included in the great end of century collection Voyages Imaginaires as volume 15 in 1787. Size: Octavo (8vo). 2-volume set (complete). Previous owner's book-plate on endpaper. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Exploration; Literature & Literary. Inventory No: 045187.

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        De Droeve Ellendigheden van den Oorlooch seer aerdigh en konstigh afgebeeldt door Jaques Callot Loreijns Edelman

      [Amsterdam]: Gerret van Schagen, [n.d., ca. 1730] - Callot's most famous suite, Les Misères et malheurs de la guerre (the miseries and misfortunes of war, 1633), produced following Richelieu's invasion of Lorraine during the Thirty Years War. Callot's art is remarkable for its economy and precision; these are some of the most striking images of battle and executions ever produced and have influenced successive generations of illustrators and artists Oblong 12mo. Engraved title, 17 plates after Callot by Leon Schenk, numbered 2-18, each plate with 6 lines of verse by l'abbé Michel de Marolles. Plates 3-3/4 x 7-3/4 inches, mounted on larger leaves, titled in English in manuscript. Contemporary marbled wrappers. Owner signature 'sam. B. Yates Phila" on title page. Plates clean and fresh, some marginal chipping of mounting leaves. In chemise and half red morocco slipcase. Brunet I, 1489 (for 1633 ed.) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Observations curieuses sur toutes les parties de la physique. Extraites et recueillies des meilleurs memoires.

      Chez André Cailleau 1730 - - Chez André Cailleau, A Paris 1730, 2 tomes en 2 Vol. Pet. in 8 (9x17cm), relié. - Nouvelle édition. Le premier volume de ces Observations parut en 1719, le second constituant la suite en 1725. Dans cette édition, le volume I est de 1730 et le second de 1737. On remarquera qu'il est fort rare de trouver les deux tomes réunis, d'autant plus en reliure uniforme Pleine Basane d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin beige et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Coiffes élimées. Epidermures sur les plats. Malgré les défauts annoncés, agréables exemplaires, bien reliés. Bougeant, fameux érudit jésuite est l'artisan de cette compilation quii emprunte des articles aux périodiques comme le Journal des savans, La Republlique des lettres, et autres moins connus. Il en résulte un panorama des plus réprésentatifs de la connaissance scientifique. Physique s'entend naturellement au sens large, on trouvera donc, en dehors de la physique générale (acoustique, optique.) des chapitres sur la chimie, l'anatomie, les plantes et la science naturelle, l'astronomie. Le choix du père Bougeant s'avère audacieux et passionnant, les articles sont assez courts et entretiennent la curiosité, on passe de sujets étranges et extraordinaires à d'autres plus classiques, comme les causes de l'orage. Les deux volumes ont le même découpage thématique (Physique générale, Chimie, Botanique.) ; les thèmes regroupant un grand nombre d'articles sur des sujets très divers. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        "Circulus Suevicus ... Ducatus Wirtenbergensis, Marchionatus Badensis et Wurgoviensis".

      . Altkol. Kupferstich von J.B. Homann, um 1730, 49 x 58 cm.. Zeigt Baden-Württemberg zwischen Rhein und Lech und zwischen Mannheim im Norden und dem Bodensee. - Mit prächtiger Kartusche und einer Allegorie der Donau. - Oben mit schmalem Rändchen, sonst gut erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        A Contemporary Collection of 5 Works by or Attributed to John Gay

      London: various publishers, 1714-1730 - The collection comprises: 1. [CHUTE, Francis.] THE HOOP-PETTICOAT: an heroi-comical poem: in two books. By Mr. Gay . The third edition. London, printed for E. Curll and J. Hooke in Fleetstreet, and W. Taylor in Paternoster-Row. 172 0. Third edition. 8vo in fours, pp. vii, [i], 39. Foxon C192; Straus, Curll, p. 78. 2. GAY, John. THE BEGGAR'S OPERA. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. Written by Mr. Gay . The second edition. To which is added the Overture in Score; and the music prefix'd to each song. London: printed for John Watts . 1728. Second edition. 8vo, pp.[viii], 8 (woodcut music), 16; last leaf with small tear at corner; woodcut music throughout in the text. Second edition, 'fourth issue'. This copy has the following points: two advertisements on title verso; p. 8 unnumbered; p. 18 with press figure 8; pp. 23 and 59 misnumbered 230 and 95. 3. GAY, John. TRIVIA: OR, THE ART OF WALKING THE STREETS OF LONDON. By Mr Gay . London: printed for Bernard Lintott, at the Cross-Keys between the TempleGates in Fleetstreet. [1716]. FIRST EDITION. 8vo, pp. [iv], 80, [12] index; cut close touching headlines and (occasionally) side-notes, but without loss of sense; ownership inscription on title verso of Robert Eliott, 1724. Foxon G81; Rothschild 916. A good copy of an important poem. 4. GAY, John. THE WIFE OF BATH. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields . Revised and altered by the author . London: printed for Bernard Lintot . 1730.Revised edition. 8vo, pp. 80. First published in 1713: this edition is extensively revised. Rothschild 911 . "The version published in 1730 . was almost a new play, three characters being omitted and three added'. 5. GAY, John. THE SHEPHERD'S WEEK. In six pastorals . London, printed: and sold by R. Burleigh in Amen-Corner. 1714 [but 1716?]sequence; printing flaw on title not affecting completeness of text. Foxon G73: this is the third edition. Foxon supposes that the date in the imprint could be an error for 1716, and notes that in the Bodley and Brotherton copies the title leaves are apparently cancels.The five pieces together in one volume, 8vo, bound in contemporary calf, spine gilt, slightly worn but very sound. A fascinating assembly of poetry and drama, obviously intended to form a collection of work by John Gay: however, The Hoop- Petticoat is in fact a work by Francis Chute, one of Curll's hack writers. 'Joseph' Gay (as such he signs the preface, although on the title is is coyly described as 'Mr Gay') was a pseudonym more commonly assigned to J.D. Breval, who published several works under this name 5 volumes bound in one vols., 8vo. . Contemporary brown calf, gilt spine with leather label. Spine darkened, joints tender, covers worn, but a good solid copy [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Te Deum et Jubilate, for Voices and Instruments Perform'd before the Sons of the Clergy at the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul. [And]: ARNE (Thomas): [King Arthur].

      London. Printed for and Sold by John Walsh Musick Printer and Instrument maker to his Majesty. no date ? c. 1770 1730 - Folio, 335 x 225 mms., title-page, 18 + 4 + 2 [1 blank] - 81 engraved pages of music [82 blank], with 6 other pages unengraved], contemporary marbled boards (soiled and rubbed), with black leather label (chipped) on front cover ("Purcell's/ Te Deum Jubilate/ and King Arthur in Score"); occasional contemporary annotation in ink, including a note in an 18th century hand on the lower margin of page 65, "Sound a Parley, ye Fair, & surrender/ Orpheus Britannicus [by Purcell] Page 130 2d Edition"); and with the ownership autograph "W. Mitford" on the upper margin of the front paste-down end-paper. This is possibly the historian of ancient Greece, William Mitford (1744–1827). The same autograph appears on a copy of Bemetzrieder 's Music made Easy to every Capacity (1778/1779) in McGill University Library. Purcell (1659 - 1695) composed this in November, 1690, and it was first published in 1697. The Te Deum is followed by, first (no title-page), the "Overture to King Arthur, Composd' by Dr Arne." Other music, arias and duets, is attributed to Purcell and "Grimbald" (presumably Grimbaldi Nicolini [1673 - 1732]). Purcell's opera was famous for the music of the "Frost Scene," which is printed here, pages 56 - 59. Among the singers whose names are printed with the music are Mr. Vernon, Mrs. Scot, Mrs. Baddeley, Mr. Bannister, Mrs. Dorman, Miss Rogers, and Mr Champness. Sophia Baddeley (?1745 - 1786) began her singing career in the 1760s and worked with David Garrick, who wrote the libretto for Arne's King Arthur; she also sang with Joseph Vernon in the pleasure gardens Jonathan Tyers. Samuel Champness gave singing lessons to Thomas Busby (1754 - 1838) when he was a boy. This appears to be a re-issue of the first edition of 1697, with a new title-page; the pagination is the same as the first edition (ESTC R182271). W. Smith and C. Humphries: A Bibliography of the Musical Works published by the Firm of John Walsh.1721 - 1766 (1968), no. 1255 (c. 1730). However, the pagination given there is 48, so this seems to be that title-page with the 1697 text. The copy of King Arthur has no title-page, but is almost certainly to be identified with Songs, Airs, Duets & Choruses in the Masque of King Arthur, published by John Johnston in 1770 or shortly after (see BL Integrated Catalogue online), which has the same pagination (pp. iv, 81) as this copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Messe.

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale, ca. 1730s. - Woodcut after Polidoro da Caravaggio. Etched plate by the Comte de Caylus. Blocks printed in shades of brown. Brown etching, yellow-brown tone blocks. Full sheet. qui est dans le Cabinet de M.' Crozat. Numbered 71 at lower right. Recited d'eltampes., vol. I. Nagler, 20. Das Messopfer. Le Blanc, 19. Le Sacrifice de la Messe.

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        D. Magni Ausonii Burdigalensis Opera Interpretatione et notis

      Paris 1730 - Livre en bonne condition. Ex-libris à la main. Le texte est parfaitement lisible. La couverture est brisée sur la devant, du livre, mais cela ne cause aucun dommage au texte. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PHILOSOPHIA SCEPTICA, EXTRACTO DE LA PHYSICA ANTIGUA, Y MODERNA, RECOPILADA EN DIÁLOGOS, ENTRE Aristotélico, Cartesiano, Gasendista, y Sceptico, para instrucción de la curiosidad Española.

      - Portada a dos tintas. 5 hh.+380 pp. 2 láminas a toda página y 4 grabados en el texto. Enc. en pergamino de época. 20,5x15,5. No figura imprenta. Madrid, 1730. Palau: 154528 El autor, médico de Cámara del rey, hace en esta obra un resumen de las teorías filosóficas más en boga en su época; y sostiene, contra las teorías de Lasaca, que la Lógica y la Filosofía aristotélica son inútiles para estudiar la Medicina. FILOSOFÍA LIBROS ANTIGUOS [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA DELLE GUERRE CIVILI DE’ ROMANI di. Alessandrino. Parte prima (e seconda). Tradotta da M. Alessandro Braccio Secretario Fiorentino con i tre Libri del medesimo Appiano ritrovati, e tradotti da M. Lodovico Dolce, e questo è il Decimo Anello della Collana Historica del Giolito.

      Targa,, Verona, 1730 - 3 parti in 2 gr. voll. in-4, pp. (38), 275; (6), 125; (26), 41, (2), leg. cart. rust. coevo con tit. mss al d. Belliss. esempl. a larghi margini. [210]

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