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        L'Afrique dressée sur les observations de Mr de l'académie Royale des Sciences

      Amsterdam: Covens & Mortier, 1730. unbound. Map. Engraving with enhanced hand coloring. Image measures 19 x 22.5". Sheet measures 21.75 x 25.5". This map of Africa is a splendid later edition of Guilaume Delisle's landmark 1700 work. Prior to this publication, cartographers based their representations of Africa on the work of Ptolemy, placing the continent primarily above the Equator and leaving its interior largely undetailed. Delisle broke this 250-year trend by presented a much improved representation that, perhaps most significantly, correctly located the origin of the Nile River in Abyssinia rather than in two source lakes. The style of the map reflects the cartographer's interest in scientific accuracy and care: its clear rendering allowed for updates and new knowledge to be added in later states, such as this one. The Mediterranean has been nicely included at the top of the map as to provide a geographical context. Hand coloring further displays the extent of knowledge about the continent in this period. Delisle's concessions to aesthetics appear in the fine title cartouche in the upper right, which features native Africans interacting with local animals including an elephant, ostrich, and crocodile. The map is in very good condition with no cropping. Full original margins. Guillaume Delisle (1675-1726) was a legendary French cartographer known for introducing a new standard of accuracy into 17th-century mapmaking. He used astronomical observations to determine locations and draw more precise coastlines. The Amsterdam publishing firm of Covens and Mortier (1665-c. 1862) was established by Cornelius Mortier and Jean Covens. Together, the two republished the works of great 17th and early 18th century Dutch and French cartographers such as De L'Isle, Allard, Jansson, De Wit, and Ottens. The firm quickly grew into one of the largest and most prolific Dutch publishing outfits of the 18th century and enjoyed a long and prolific life under a variety of names.

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        Evangelische Jubel-Freude/ Bey dem wegen an. 1630. den 25. Jun. übergebenen Augspurgischen Confession zweyden Evangelischen Jubel - Feste.

      . Kupferstich v. Johann Elias Baeck b. Elias Baeck, 1730, 37,5 x 27,5 - Blattgr. 48 x 34,5 (H). Drugulin, Nr. 4097. - Seltener Einblattdruck zur Augsburger Konfession, In der oberen Hälfte allegorische Darstellung (16 x 27 cm., gestochen vcn "Johann Helias Baeck"), darüber der Titel in Typendruck, darunter ( ebenfalls in Typendruck ) Text in 2 Spalten ( 11 Verse mit 6 bzw. 7 Zeilen.) - Das Blatt ist altmontiert - Leider mit Verlust der Verlagsadresse am unteren Rand.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        "Dr. Martinus Lutherus Prediger und Professor zu Wittenberg. Gedächtnus Müntzen." Ganzfigur nach halblinks des Reformators, stehend zwischen acht Münzbildern, oben zwei Medaillons mit Brustbildern im Schriftoval von König Gustav Adolph von Schweden und Kurfürst Johann I. von Sachsen, unten Kartusche mit Ganzfigur Gustav Adolphs, kniend in Rüstung am Strand von Riga, dahinter Schiffe.

      . Kupferstich von Joh. Balth. Gutwein bei G. Rogg, Augsburg, dat. 1730 30,5 x 18,5 cm.. Dargestellt sind vier Münzen recto und verso, "welche bey ... Wieder Gedächtnus der Ao. 1530 ... übergebenen Confession ... gepräget worden". Eine zeigt recto Augsburg, verso die Übergabe der Confessio vor Karl V. - Im sehr breiten Rand rechts ein Sepiatintenklecks.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Opticks: or, a Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Inflections and Colours of Light

      Twelve folding engraved plates. 4 p.l., 382 pp., one leaf of ads. 8vo, cont. calf (small portions of ends of spine & one corner carefully repaired), spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. London: W. Innys, 1730. Fourth edition, and the final edition to be revised by Newton, of this great classic. It contains the complete set of 31 Queries which reveal some of Newton's most influential and speculative writing. Fine crisp copy. Contemporary armorial bookplate of Edward Powell. ❧ Babson 136. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Bouw schilder en beeldhouwkonst, van het stadhuis te Amsteldam, vertoont in CIX figuuren: . . .Amsterdam, J. Covens, C. Mortier and J. Covens junior, [ca. 1780]. Folio. With full-page engraved portrait of Jacob van Campen, engraved plates numbered I-CIX (here on 115 full-page, double-page and folding leaves) described under these numbers in the letterpress text. Contemporary half calf.

      BAL 132 note (citing Berlin Kat. & Kuyper for unseen "1730" Dutch ed.); Berlin Kat. 2236; Kuyper, Dutch Classicist architecture (Delft, 1980), pp. 212- 215 and note 25 (p. 318); STCN (3 copies). A comprehensive collection of plates showing all architectural features and sculpture of the Amsterdam City Hall, since 1808 the Royal Palace, here in the Covens & Mortier firm's rare ca. 1780 issue with the engravings newly printed from the original copper plates from the years 1655 to 1664 and the text reissued from Leonardus Schenk's 1747 Dutch language edition, the whole with a new title-page. "This version has not been seen'' (BAL). We have located only 7 other copies, some incomplete.It includes the famous plate showing the extraordinary cartographic mosaic floor of the Burgerzaal of the Amsterdam City Hall, designed by Jacob van Campen, with a celestial map in the centre and the magnificent map of the world in 2 hemispheres on either side. The map shows Tasman's recent discoveries in Australia and Tasmania, and depicts California as an island. Jacob van Campen (1595-1657), the greatest architect of the Dutch Golden Age, began working on the design of the Amsterdam City Hall in 1640 and though it opened in 1655, it was not actually completed until 1665. Constantine Huygens called it the eighth wonder of the world. In very good condition with only some minor marginal soiling or browning. Spine with some superficial cracks, and restorations at its head and foot, sides scuffed. Fine print series showing the Amsterdam City Hall in full glory.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        Rules for Foretelling the Alteration of the Weather

      [London ?]: unk. publisher, ca. 1730 First Edition ? A very good copy with some overall toning. h'bill..A set of instructions for the use of a barometer. The instructions have been mounted both recto and verso on a card that is bordered with decorative marbled paper. Recto has the instructions for interpreting the movement of the mercury. Verso has detailed instructions on the use of the vernier and read outs. The instructions are written in a straight forward style and are based upon the printed work of Halley and Patrick (they are cited by name in the prefatory paragraph). Both men lived in the late 17th and into the first quarter of the 18th century. Patrick, the first English instrument maker to specialize in barometers, published two works on the barometer prior to 1704. Halley published an article on its use in 1700. Goodison points out that vernier readouts on barometers were not in general use until the mid 18th century. Given the detail of the instructions on the use of the nonius (vernier) it appears to have been a relatively recent improvement. In conjunction with the references to the publications of Halley and Patrick it is most likely that the card of instructions offered here dates from the earlier part of the 18th century. D J Bryden's recent article in the Scientific Instrument Society Bulletin (Mar. 2004) cites the presumed existence of such printed instruction sheets that were issued by Patrick and given with each instrument purchased. None are located. The card retains its original blue silk ribbon (to hang form the base of a barometer ?). A remarkable artifact. The item meas. appx. 5.25 x 8.5 inches.

      [Bookseller: Palinurus Antiquarian Books ]
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        "Hollands Arcadia, of de Vermaarde Rivier den Amstel;".

      "vertonende alle deszelfs lustplaatzen, herenhuizen en dorpen;Zig uitstrekkende van Amsterdam af door Ouderkerk, Abcoude, Baembrug tot Loendersloot;Wederkerende langs de vermakelyke landgezichten van de Wetering.Vertoond in honderd afbeeldingen, naar 't leven getekend en in 't ligt gebragt door Abraham Rademaker. Met een poetise beschryving verzierd.Amsterdam, Leonardus Schenk, 1730. Folio. With engraved view on Amsterdam from the Amstel river on the title-page and 100 numbered half-page engravings on 50 leaves by and after Abraham Rademaker.".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat DE VRIES & DE VRIES]
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        Plan und Ansicht von Dresden - Altkolorierter Kupferstich.

      Augsburg, Matth. Seutter, um 1730.. Das Blatt im Format 52 x 61 Zentimeter zeigt den Stadtplan von Dresden sowie - im unteren Drittel - die Stadtansicht. Mit Wappendarstellungen, Legende sowie Kartusche mit kurzer Stadtbeschreibung. Sehr dekoratives, gut erhalt. Exemplar dieses seltenen Stichs. Die Stadtansicht im Himmel etw. fleck.. Das Blatt zeigt den Zustand der Sächsischen Residenz vor der Beschießung durch preußische Truppen im siebenjährigen Krieg. Im Vordergrund sind die Bastionen der Neustadt und ein reger Schiffsverkehr auf der Elbe gut erkennbar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Cellensia]
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        Bibliotheca Hulsiana, sive, Catalogus Librorum quos magno labore, summa cura & maximus sumptibus collegit Vir Consularis Samuel Hulsius...Quorum auctio habebitur Hagae-Comitum in aula magna (vulgo) de groote Zaal van't Hof die 4 Septemb. & sequentibus 1730

      Eight parts bound in four vols. 8vo, attractive mottled calf-backed boards (some worming to final leaves of Vol. II touching some letters), spines gilt, red morocco lettering pieces on spines. The Hague: J. Swart & P. de Hondt, 1730. A rare and important sale catalogue describing the enormous collection of Samuel Huls. Huls (or Hulst), "magistrat hollandais, avait formé une collection des plus importantes, car son catalogue contient près de 34,000 articles, nombre qui, nous le croyons, n'est dépassé par aucun inventaire moderne (si ce n'est celui d'Heber). On y remarque plus de 1200 articles en langue espagnole, circonstance bien peu commune, alors surtout. Ce bibliophile distingué avait réuni onze mille gravures relatives à des sujets bibliques et les avait répartie en 92 volumes grand in-folio."-Gustave Brunet, Dictionnaire de Bibliologie Catholique, col. 595. Some browning as usual but a very good set. Priced throughout in a contemporary hand. It is interesting to note that Bernard Breslauer was never able to find a copy for his collection. ❧ Peignot, p. 104. Taylor, Book Catalogues, pp. 18, 32, 100, 102, 107, 129, 140, 155, 175, 228, & 246. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Gesamtans., darunter Stadtplan, "Goettinga urbs munitissima et splendida electoratus Brunsvico - Luneburgici academia Georgia Augusta ..".

      . altkol. Kupferstich b. Seutter in Augsburg, um 1730, 49 x 57,5. Nicht bei Fauser. Seltener, zugleich sehr dek. Kupferstich bei Seutter, Im oberen Teil des Blattes ein kol. Stadtplan mit der Titelkartusche und 2 großen Textkartuschen mit Erklärungen zu den wichtigen Häuser ( A - Z und a - s ) und den Strassen ( 1 - 48 ). Am unteren Rand eine Gesamtansicht ( nicht koloriert ) im Format: 12,5 x 57,5 cm.. Mit geglätteten alten Faltstellen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Kst.- Karte, n. G. de l'Isle b. Covens und Mortier, "Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France et des Decouvertes ..".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, um 1730, 48,5 x 56,5. Tooley, French Mapping of America, Nr. 39. - Mit großer u. dek. fig. Kartusche. Die Karte erschien erstmals 1703 und zeigt den östl. Teil Kanadas von der Baffin Bay und Südgrönland bis zum Quellgebiet des Mississippi einschließlich der Umgebung der Großen Seen. Zum letzteren Teil der Karte Tooley: "In this map he gives a superior rendering of the Great Lakes area than in his map of N. America of 1700.".

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      Georg. Balthasar Probst Augsburg c. 1730 - Hand-coloured engraved birds'eye view on two sheets, joined, key in German and English, one or two very small rust holes. Dimensions: 390 × 1125 mm (15.75 × 44.25 inches). A beautiful large, coloured panorama of 'post fire' London by Friedrich Bernhard Werner, a German printmaker and a skilled draftsman - who specialized in panoramic views of towns in Europe in this format. From left to right, it graphically depicts all the major houses, buildings and churches from Somerset House to the Tower of London, with St.Paul's Cathedral dominating the skyline. London Bridge is seen resplendent with houses along its entire length (the houses were finally cleared in 1756). A key below the panorama is in English, German and Latin, and lists 70 of the most important sites and buildings and landmarks - including some 40 churches. The Thames is extremelly busy with numerous sailing and maritime craft. Above the map is the title on a ribbon banner, flanked by the Royal Arms, and those of The City. During his working lifetime, Werner worked for a number of well known German publishers - including Probst family. The city of Augsburg was a major European publishing centre during 17th and 18th centuries.

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        "Abbatia Fuldensis alias Buchovia seu Fagonia".

      . Altkol. Kupferstich von T.C. Lotter, um 1730, 50 x 57 cm.. Bistumskarte mit figürlicher, altkolorierter Kartusche rechts unten.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Gesamtans., am unteren Rand, darüber Umgebungskarte, "Prospect, Grundris und Gegend der Polnischen vesten Reichs und Handels-Stadt Dantzig und ihrem Werder ..".

      . altkol. Kupferstich b. Homann, um 1730, 49 x 57. Nicht bei Sandler. - Die Gesamtansicht (ca. 9 x 33 cm.) flankiert von 1 Allegorie ( links ), sowie einer Szene, die Kaufleute beim Verhandeln im Hafen zeigt. - Tadellos erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Kst.- Karte, b. J. B. Homann, "Planiglobii Terrestris cum utroq Hemisphaerio Caelesti Generalis Exhibitio".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, um 1730, 48 x 55. Schöne Weltkarte in 2 Hemisphären, in der Mitte oben und unten 2 Sternkarten im Rund, unten in den Ecken Darstellung von Naturereignissen ( u.a. Vulkanausbruch des Ätna), am oberen Rand Schriftband, im unteren Rand vierspaltiger gest. Text. Ausgabe mit Druckprivileg und gegenüber der Erstfassung 1707 mit geändertem Kartenbild, jetzt Kalifornien als Halbinsel und Japan als Insel, losgelöst von "Jedso". - Siehe auch Sandler, S. 58. - Bugfalte restauriert.

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        Le Grand Marche de Vienne.

      Paris, Daumont (ca. 1730).. Guckkastenbild, altkoloriert. 32 x 41 cm. Kl. unbed. Randeinrisse. In schönem, zeitgen. Kolorit.. Der Platz "Am Hof" in Wien.

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        Dominia Anglorum in præcipuis Insulis Americæ ut sunt S. Christophori, Antegoa, Jamaica, Barbados, nen non Insulæ Bermudes vel Sommers dictæ.

      1730 - Nuremberg, c.1730. Original outline colour. 500 x 580mm. Some restoration. Five maps on one sheet: St Kitts, Antiga, Bermuda, Barbados and Jamaica, all English possessions.

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        Blick aus der Vogelschau auf die Meerenge von Messina, links Calabrien mit der Stadt Reggio di Calabria, rechts Messina mit dem Aetna, i. Vgr. Darstellung einer Seeschlacht. "Faro di Messina. - Faro dj Messjna".

      . Kupferstich v. Josef Friedr. Leopold n. F.B. Werner, um 1730, 19,5 x 29. Marsch, Friedrich Bernhard Werner, S. 158 ff. ( = Stadtansichten aus dem Verlag Leopold, Nr. 120) - Hier vorliegend aus der 1. Auflage. - Im Himmel der Titel auf Spruchband, unter der Ansicht Legende in latein. und deutscher Sprache, sowie mittig 2 Wappen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Amsterdam. Avec Privilege de Nos Seigneurs Les Etats de Hollande et de West-Frise. I. Du Mardi 3. Janvier 1730 - CIV. Du Vendredi 29. Decembre 1730 sowie I. Suite des Nouvelles d'Amsterdam. Du 3. Janvier 1730 - CIV. Suie des Nouvelles d'Amsterdam. Du 29. Decembre 1730.

      C. T. du Breuil,, Amsterdam, 1730 - Amsterdam, C. T. du Breuil, 1730. o. Pag. [pro Nr. ca. 3 Bll.] OLd. der Zeit, auf fünf Bünden. In franz. Sprache. Mit der zusätzlichen Vermerkung im Impressum: "& se vendent à Geneve, chez Fabri & Barrillot, Libraires & Impresseurs". ZDB 1236218-9. - Tlw. unfachmännisch eingenähte Nummern, tlw. mit Abklatsch, leicht feuchtigskeitsrandig, leichte Gbrsp., etw. stockfleckig, Ebd. berieben, R. m. kl. Fraßspuren. - Diese Zeitschrift ist zwischen 1691 und 1763 nachgewiesen. Französisch OLd. der Zeit, auf fünf Bünden.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek]
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        TA., "Prospectus supra Pragam .. et arcem Wischerad ... Prospect oberhalb Prag zwischen S. Johan Capell u. der Festung Wischelrad ..".

      . Kupferstich v. I. G. Ringle n. F.B. Werner b. Engelbrecht in Augsburg, um 1730, 18 x 29,5. A. Marsch, Friedr. Bernh. Werner, Seite 288 ff und Abb. Nr. 403..

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        TA., Augustinerkloster, "Prospectus Conventus s. Monasterii P.P. Augustiniannorum .. - Prospect des Convents oder Closters der P.P. Augustiner ordinis .. zu S. Catharina auf der Königl. Neu Stadt Prag".

      . Kupferstich v. I. G. Ringle n. F.B. Werner b. Engelbrecht in Augsburg, um 1730, 18 x 29,5. A. Marsch, Friedr. Bernh. Werner, Seite 288 ff und Abb. Nr. 397.

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        TA., St. Kyril und Methodiuskirche, "Prospectus Templi S. Caroli Borromei .. - Prospect der Kirch S. Caroli Borromei, .. auf der Neu Stadt Prag neben S. Wenceslai Closter".

      . Kupferstich v. I. G. Ringle n. F.B. Werner b. Engelbrecht in Augsburg, um 1730, 18 x 29,5. A. Marsch, Friedr. Bernh. Werner, Seite 288 ff und Abb. Nr. 396.

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        TA., Benediktkirche und Prämonstratenser Collegium, "Prospectus Areae Capucinorum ad St. Josephwin ... Prospect vom Capuciner Platz bey S. Joseph auf der Neu Stadt Prag gegen das so genannte Belvedere über der Moldau".

      . Kupferstich v. I. G. Ringle n. F.B. Werner b. Engelbrecht in Augsburg, um 1730, 18 x 29,5. A. Marsch, Friedr. Bernh. Werner, Seite 288 ff und Abb. Nr. 400.

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        TA., Ursulinenkloster, "Prospectus Coenobii Monialium Ursulinarum .. - Prospect des Ursulinerin Closters auf dem Graben der Königl. Neu Stadt Prag".

      . Kupferstich v. I. G. Ringle n. F.B. Werner b. Engelbrecht in Augsburg, um 1730, 18 x 29,5. A. Marsch, Friedr. Bernh. Werner, Seite 288 ff und Abb. Nr. 398.

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        Das Nord- und Ostliche Theil von Europa und Asia, In so weit solches Das ganze Russische Reich mit Sibirien und der grossen Tartarey in sich Begreiffet

      Stockholm: Verlegung des Autoris, 1730 pp.(xxvi) 438, (16) index & errata. German language text. 17 in text plates and illustrations (several full page) 5 folding plates, 1 large folding woodcut chart at page 372, and a large folding, letterpress linguistics table entitled Harmonia Linguarum. Rebound in modern half leather and marbled paper over boards. "An Historical-Geographical description of the north and eastern part of Europe and Asia; but more particularly of Russia, Siberia, and Great Tartary; Both in their Ancient and Modern State: Together with an entire new polyglot-table of the dialects of 32 Tartarian nations: and a vocabulary of the Kalmuck-Mungalian tongue. Philipp J. von Strahlenberg (born Tabbert, 1676-1747) was a Stralsund born Swedish officer. During the Great Nordic War he had been captured by the Russians at the battle of Poltava in 1709 and thereafter he spent some time as a prisoner-of-war in Siberia. Tabbert adopted the name von Strahlenberg in 1707 when he was ennobled for military merits. It was Strahlenberg who defined the geographical borderline between Europe and Asia. His definition was officially accepted by the Tsar in 1730 and was furthermore compulsory in the geographical science. Strahlenberg’s account contains details respecting Russian history, geography, genealogy, archaeology, philology, military history, ethnology, etc., and a description of Atlasov's travel to the Anadyr. Strahlenberg’s account was later issued in English, French, and Spanish. His map of northern Asia was issued separate from the present work.". First Edition. 4to. Vg+/No Jacket. Hard Cover.

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        A View of the Noblemens and Gentlemens Severall Strings or Traines of Running Horses taking their exercise up the Watering Course on the Warring hill at New Market. Vue des differentes Attaches.; [AND] A View of a Horse-Match over the Long Course from the Starting Post to the Stand at New-Market. Une Perspective de Course.

      T. Sympson and J. Lord, London & Dublin 1730 - A fine pair from a series of four plates of Newmarket scenes after Tillemans. The four images by Tillemans were issued in two sets at about the same time: these are from the smaller of the two series. Peter Tillemans "came to England from Antwerp in 1708. His first commissions were to paint topographical views. Each required figures to give life to the well-painted landscapes and what was more natural than to show some of the people mounted. his large and busily populated pictures of Newmarket Heath have considerable charm. The influence of his friend John Wotton is most pronounced in his horse portraiture while his compositions owe something to Francis Barlow. Tillemans' patrons included all the principal race-horse owners of the period. He must have known Newmarket well, already established as the home of the turf. Tillemans' influence on later sporting artists is considerable. The engravings after his Newmarket paintings provide a fascinating record of training and horse management when the turf was developing quickly in the hands of the aristocracy of the period." (Charles Lane British Racing Prints p.173) Lane British Racing Prints p.173; cf. Mellon British Sporting and Animal Prints p.187 (large scale set); Siltzer p.274. Line engravings (small expert repairs to margins).

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        Kst.- Karte, b. J. B. Homann, "Geographische Vorstellung der jämerlichen Wasser-Flutt in Nieder-Teutschland, welche den 25.Dec.A° 1717,in der heiligen Christ-Nacht, mit unzählichen Schaden, und Verlust vieler tausend Menschen, einen großen theil derer Herzogth. Holstein und Bremen, die Grafsch. Oldenburg , Frisland, Gröningen und Nort-Holland überschwemet hat".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, um 1730, 46,7 x 58. Zeigt die Nordseeküste von Dokkum ( Nordholland) bis Föhr. Links große Nebenkarte ( 22 x 20 ) von Nordholland mit dem Zuydersee, unten 4 Darstellungen von Dammbrüchen und Schleusen. Rechts oben und links unter der Hollandkarte Beschreibung der Ereignisse in dieser Sturmflutnacht. In der Bildmitte große Kartusche mit Allegorien zur Sturmflut. - Der linke Rand ist alt angerändert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Gesamtans., "Carls Baad, in Böhmen".

      . Kupferstich ( v. 2 Platten ) n. Jos. Spahn, C. Thermensis b. Probst, Haeres Jer. Wolffy, um 1730, 35 x 112. Nicht bei Fauser; Nebehay /Wagner, Nr. 514 (kennt nur diesen Zustand). - Die Ansicht von 2 Platten gedruckt. Im Himmel flatterndes Band mit Titel, rechts im Himmel ein Wappen. Unter der Ansicht Erklärungen v. 1 - 39 in deutscher Sprache, am rechten Rand eine Textkartusche mit den Erklärungen in lat. Sprache.

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        Folge von 4 Stichen mit Villen und Gärten.

      . altkol. Kupferstiche b. I. Wolff ( Augsb. ), um 1730, je 18 x 28,5. Blatt 1: Altra Veduta in Prospettiva del Teatro et Fiardino contiguo di Mondragone in Frascati Archittettura di Giovanni Fontana. Blatt 2: Fontana superiore, in Cima la Scala, e Cascata di sopra al Teatro nel Bosco del Giardino Ludovisi a Frascati. Blatt 3: ohne Text. Blick über eine Brunnenanlage zu einer Villa. Blatt 4: ohne Titel. Mittig ein Brunnen, darum ein eingezäunter Platz mit zahlr. Menschen.

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        "DAS NÃœRENBERGISCHE GEBIET MIT ALLEN NÃœRNBERGISCHEN HAUPTMANNSCHAFFTEN, SOTHEILS IN UNTERSCHIEDLICHEN Benachbarter Chur Fürsten Fürsten und Ständen, theils aber in Nürnbergischen Ämptern gelegen, verfertigt Durch Christoph Scheurer, Land Pfleg Ampts Registratorem. verlegt v. Matth. Seutt. Kays. Geogr. Augspurg." Kolorierte Kupferstichkarte von M. Seutter nach C. Scheurer. Um 1730. 48:56 cm. - Winzige Wurmgänge im oberen Rand sauber hinterlegt. In Handarbeitsrahmung (72:80 cm).

      1730. Müller, S. 6. - Der Landpflegamtregistrator Christoph Scheurer nahm alle Orte auf, in denen Nürnberger Untertanen lebten. Die Karte ist auf beiden Seiten mit den kolorierten Wappen aller Nürnbergischen Besitzungen geschmückt. Fremde Herrschaften innerhalb des Kartenausschnitts sind an ihren Wappen im Kartenbild zu erkennen. Mit dekorativ kolorierter Kartusche..

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        Miscellanea Analytica de Seriebus et Quadraturis

      Several woodcut diagrams in the text. 6 p.l., 250 pp., one leaf of errata. Large 4to, cont. calf (two corners a bit worn), double gilt fillet round sides, spine gilt, morocco lettering piece on spine. London: J. Tonson & J. Watts, 1730. [bound with]:--. [Drop-title]: Miscellaneis Analyticis Supplementum. 22 pp., one leaf of errata. N.p.: n.d. First edition of the de Moivre's "most important book" (D.N.B.), here bound with the rare Supplementum which is very often missing. The Miscellanea Analytica is the successor to The Doctrine of Chances and contains the first formulation of "De Moivre's Theorem," the formula for determining a normal approximation to a binomial distribution. This became "the most fruitful single instrument of discovery used in probability theory and statistics for the next two centuries."-D.S.B., IX, pp. 452-53. The Supplementum was published by de Moivre to answer criticisms made by James Stirling after the appearance of the Miscellanea. A very nice copy from the library of Haskell F. Norman with his bookplate. ❧ Stigler, The History of Statistics, pp. 70-77. .

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        Nederlants see-rechten; avaryen; en bodemeryen: Begrepen in De gemeene costumen van der see: de Placcaten van Keiser Karel den Vijfden, 1551; en Koning Filips den II. 1563: 't Tractaet van Mr. Quintijn Weijtsen van de Nederlantsche Avarijen: Ende daerenboven in Eene verhandeling nopende het recht der Hollantshe bodemeryen. Verklaerd met aenteikeningen, ook met keurige bylagen; en't laetste nieuw-gemaekt. De derde druk; vermeerderd en verbeterd. Bound with: Advysen, certificatien ende gewysdens: Rakende het vergoeden van de schade, die de Binnelandtsche schepen malkanderen aan doen. Den vyfden druk, vermeerdert ende verbetert.

      Amsterdam, Jan Boom, 1730 & Amsterdam, Jan en Dirk Boom, 1739.2 volumes in 1. 4to. Contemporary vellum. First title printed in red and black, second title with nice woodcut vignette showing a ship. (12),XIV,(2),274,(6); 63 pp.* The first edition of this classical work on sealaw appeared in Amsterdam in 1711. It contains a section on bottomry, one of the oldest forms of naval insurance, on the Wisbuysche see-rechten, etc. - (First blank fly-leaf missing; blank margin of title-page repaired). - A good copy.Cat. NHSM p.944-945.

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        al - Talim al - masihi ala ma_dhab kalimat Allah ta'ala. Bound with: Particula concionis montanae a Jesu Christo habitae.

      (Halle, no printer named, circa 1730).Circa 1730, Arabic title translates as:"Christian teaching according to the Word of Almighty God", 2 parts in 1 volume, printed throughout in Arabic except for Latin title to second part, 22 unsigned and unnumbered leaves, followed by 2 leaves of the second part signed )( - )(2, bound in full early 19th century dark green straight - grained morocco with ornamental gilt border to covers and richly gilt spine, no label or lettering, gilt pattern to board edges and inner dentelles (turn ins), all edgesa gilt, pale yellow endpapers. Very slight rubbing to head and tail of spine and to hinges and corners, name neatly erased on rear pastedown, printed pages very lightly browned. A very good copy. Probably printed for the use of Christians in Syria or Lebanon. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Berlin, darunter Erklärungen v. 1 - 34 in Deutsch und Latein.

      . Kupferstich ( v. 2 Platten ) v. Gorg Balthasar Probst Haeres b. J. Wolff in Augsburg, um 1730, 36,5 x 110. Angelika Marsch, F. B. Werner, S. 137 ( Zustand 2 b von 7 ); Ernst, Berlin in der Druckgrafik, kennt nur eine andere Fassung dieses Blattes ( siehe unter J.F. Probst, Nr. 1 ). So auch nicht bei Kiewitz. ( vergl. aber 977 und 1334 ). - Blick vom Schiffbauerdamm aus, auf der Spree Lastschiffe. Im Himmel der Titel auf fliegendem Band, rechts oben großes Wappen. Unten mittig mit Nummer "43" versehen.

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        Berolinum. Berlin., darunter Erklärungen in deut. u. lat. Sprache.

      . Kupferstich v. Chr. F. Lottes n. Th. Scheffler ( F.B. Werner ) b. Engelbrecht in Augsburg, um 1730, 36 x 40. Kiewitz 1333; Ernst, Werner, F.B., Nr. 3; A. Marsch, J.B. Werner, S. 193 ( = Blatt 10 aus einer Serie von 29 europ. Ansichten ). - Sehr seltene Ansicht n. Werner. Die Ansicht ist umgeben von einer gestochenen Bordüre, unten mittig das Berliner Wappen flankiert von fig. Allegorien. Oben rechts und links in den Ecken Erklärungen ( 1- 21 ) zu den Gebäuden in der Abbildung. Unter der Darstellung kurzer Abriß der Stadtgeschichte. - Mit restaurierten Rändern.

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        Berolinum Berljn.

      . Kupferstich v. J. C. Leopold n. F.B. Werner, um 1730, 20 x 28,2. Nicht bei Kiewitz und Fauser; Ernst, F. B. Werner, Nr. 1; Angelika Marsch, F, B.Leopold, S. 158. ( = 1. Auflage, ohne "B6" . - Im Himmel Titel auf Spruchband und 2 Putten mit Erklärungen v. 1 - 24, unter der Ansicht Legende in latein. und deutscher Sprache mit dem Wappen der Stadt ( mittig ). - Sehr seltenes Blatt.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Sanson v. J. B. Homann, "Iudaea seu Palaestina ob sacratißima Redemtoris vestigia hodie dicta Terra Sancta ....".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, um 1730, 48,5 x 57. Laor, Nr.340. - Mit 2 großen fig. Kartuschen. Unten rechts kleine kolorierte Nebenkarte, die den Zug der Israeliten von Ägypten nach Palästina darstellt. - Mit Druckprivileg.

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        Cursus Rheni a Basilea usque ad Bonnam III. sect. exhibitus, a D.G. de .... seu Media, quae continet part. elect. palat. Duc. Bipont. Alsatiae infer. comit. Rhingraf. Duc. Würtemb. March. Badens.

      Nürnberg, Hohmann's Erben um 1730/40.. Unter Glas gerahmt. Kol. Karte. Gr. der K59 x 44 cm. -Etw. gebräunt. arte ca..

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        He- Palaia Diatheke : kata tous ebdomekonta [griechischer Titel] = Vetus Testamentum ex versione Septuaginta interpretum / olim ad fidem codicis Ms. Alexandrini summo studio et incredibibli diligentia expressunt, emendatum ac suppletum a Joanne Ernesto Grabe nuc vero Exemplaris Vaticani Aliorumque MSS. CODD. Lectionibus Var. Nec non Criticis Differtionibus illustratum, insigniterque locupletatum summa cura edidit Joannes Jacobus Breitingerus.,

      Tiguri Helvetiorum Ex Officina Johannis Heideggeri & Soc. [Zürich, Heidegger], 1730-1732. - [Gestochenes ganzseitges Frontispiz, Titelblatt in rot/schwarz gedruckt mit allegorischer Vignette.] [124], 503 S. ; [114], 670 S. ; [76], 440 S. ; [102], 373 S. Mit einer gestochenen Vignette am Beginn des Textes sowie zahlreichen Initialen, Zierstücken etc. Brunet I, 864. Graesse I, 382. HBLS II, 347, 6. Griechische Textausgabe mit ausführlicher lateinischer Einleitung und Kommentar, die sogenannte Breitinger Septuanginta, in sehr gutem Exemplar. Sprache: gr Gewicht in Gramm: 3500 4°. Blindgeprägte Ganzpergamenteinbände der Zeit über sechs Bünden.

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        He- Palaia Diatheke : kata tous ebdomekonta [griechischer Titel] = Vetus Testamentum ex versione Septuaginta interpretum / olim ad fidem codicis Ms. Alexandrini summo studio et incredibibli diligentia expressunt, emendatum ac suppletum a Joanne Ernesto Grabe nuc vero Exemplaris Vaticani Aliorumque MSS. CODD. Lectionibus Var. Nec non Criticis Differtionibus illustratum, insigniterque locupletatum summa cura edidit Joannes Jacobus Breitingerus.

      Tiguri Helvetiorum Ex Officina Johannis Heideggeri & Soc. [Zürich, Heidegger], 1730-1732.. 4 Bände. [Gestochenes ganzseitges Frontispiz, Titelblatt in rot/schwarz gedruckt mit allegorischer Vignette.] [124], 503 S. ; [114], 670 S. ; [76], 440 S. ; [102], 373 S. Mit einer gestochenen Vignette am Beginn des Textes sowie zahlreichen Initialen, Zierstücken etc. 4°. Blindgeprägte Ganzpergamenteinbände der Zeit über sechs Bünden.. Brunet I, 864. Graesse I, 382. HBLS II, 347, 6. Griechische Textausgabe mit ausführlicher lateinischer Einleitung und Kommentar, die sogenannte Breitinger Septuanginta, in sehr gutem Exemplar.

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        15 "Verschiedene Prospecte der vornemsten Städten in Persien sampt vorderst einer unsern dem Caspischen Meer, dem Russischen Reich zugehörig gelegenen Stadt".

      . altkol. Kupferstich b. Homann Erben, um 1730, 48 x 57. Die Prospekte jeweils Gesamtansichten mit Erklärungen unter der Ansicht. Dargestellt sind: Astrachan, Derbent, Tiflis, Kars, Erzerum, Baccu (Baku), Sultania, Schamachia, Erivan, Schiras, Candahar, Ardebil, Kachan, Isphahan und Gamron. - Schönes und dekoratives Blatt.

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        Gesamtans., "Lisabona. - Ljsabon".

      . Kupferstich v. J.C. Leopold, um 1730, 20 x 28,2. Nicht bei Fauser. Im Himmel Titel auf Spruchband und 2 Putten mit Erklärungen v. 1 - 15, unter der Ansicht Legende in latein. und deutscher Sprache mit dem Wappen der Stadt ( mittig ). - Mit Druckprivileg. Unten rechts mit Nr. "L5" bezeichnet.

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        Les Amazones Révoltées . Roman moderne en Forme de Parodie sur l'Histoire Universelle, & la Fable. Avec des Notes Politiques sur les Travaux d'Hercule, la Chevalerie-Militaire, et la Découverte du Nouveau-Monde, &c. &c. &c

      Rotterdam: Don Luis le Maingre ..., 1730. Duodecimo, with both errata leaves; an excellent copy in contemporary French mottled calf, spine gilt in compartments between raised bands, crimson morocco label. First edition and very rare. Although rarely commented on, this work concludes with the hypothesis that Hercules discovered the golden apples in continental America. Although the bulk of the work is a zesty farce with an exotic cast of courtiers, pirates, and a Turkish eunuch, its great interest lies in the extensive notes on the figure of Hercules, which include a concluding account of the so-called Monde par Hercule. In the classical account of Hercules' twelve labours, he is commanded to retrieve the golden apples from the garden of Hesperides, which lies far to the north of Europe. This story is denounced by Boucicault as a transparent fiction: Hercules, far from doing a deal with the father of the Hesperides Atlas, in fact found them himself, whilst visiting America. The story is that, having sailed through the straits of Gibraltar, Hercules was caught in a fierce storm, and blown towards the east, discovering a vast and fertile country in the uncharted seas. Although Boucicault hints darkly that the Greeks had their own reasons for maintaining this deception, he concludes 'l'Enigme s'est enfin dévelopée, après que Christofe Colomb, l'Alcide des Espagnes, ût fait en 1492 la Découverte de ce Nouveau-Monde'. The work was known to Barbier only from the later 1738 edition. Some ten copies of this 1730 edition are listed on Worldcat, but there are very few sales records in recent decades.

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        The World and Continents - Five Maps]

      Augsburg 1730 - Superb maps of the World and the Continents by one of the great eighteenth-century German cartographers. George Matth?us Seutter learned the map publishing business as an apprentice to J. B. Homann of Nuremberg. In 1707, he moved to Augsburg where he established himself as Homann's main rival, becoming Geographer to the Imperial Court in 1715. Seutter copied many geographical details from his former prot?g?'s maps, and the rival houses duelled with each other in order to see which one could best epitomise the southern German Baroque ethic, with its lavish decorative embellishments and iconography of Roman Catholic piety. The World Map entitled Diversi Globi Terr-Aquei Statione Variante. exemplifies the new world view of the eighteenth-century. Although the familiar twenty-four Classical windheads still adorn the image, in place of the traditional allegorical scenes, the map is really a collection of "scientific" perspectives of Earth. Around the large hemispheres of the Old and New Worlds, there are polar views, "oblique" views, and perspectives illustrating the sphericality of the Earth. The Earth is no longer a mysterious object, but is now quantifiable, progressively subject to the empirical gaze of mankind. The map of North and South America, Novus Orbis sive America Meridionalis et Septentrionalis. , features resplendent examples of Seutter's cartouches. The title cartouche is inhabited by specimens of exotic birds, flying fish, and a native chief shaded by an umbrella. Surrounding a descriptive note about the New World, in the upper left, Europeans are seated at a table while natives kneel and deposit riches before a crucifix surmounted by the Virgin Mary with the cross, a chalice and a book. The map shows California as an island, at the same time featuring many coastal sites including San Clemente and Santa Barbara. Asia cum omnibus Imperiis, Provinciis, Statibus et Insulis. . shows the continent during the zenith of both the Mughal and Chinese Empire, the latter prominently featuring The Great Wall. The cartouches feature Asian princes, a Chinese scholar with a cup of tea, an elephant, a lion and a pair of warriors. The note to the Reader in the upper right, is a homily on the ultimate importance of eternal and spiritual values over the evanescent values of temporal riches. Africa iuxta navigationes et observationes recentissimas aucta et in sua Regna et Status divisa. . is beautifully decorated with a large, ornate cartouche by Gottfried Rogg that features natives, pyramids, and indigenous animals such as a leopard, a lion and a crocodile. Faithful to the period, the map is full of interesting geographical speculations, revealing that Europeans actually knew very little about the regions of Africa not immediately on the coasts or the banks of major rivers. Seutter allows the Ptolemaic myth that the Nile is fed by two large lakes to persist. Europa Religionis Christian?, Morum et Pacis ac Belli Artium Cultu Omnium Terrarum Orbis Partium Pr?stantiss. is the title of the Europe map. The cartouche avows the claims of the title: "[Christian Europe in all the World the most Accomplished in the Ways of Peace and War and Cultivation of the Arts]", as a chain of cherubs descend from the Godhead along with the symbols of Catholicism. A queen at the left of the title represents good government, and below Athena and Apollo represent war and the arts. Tooley & Bricker, Landmarks of Mapmaking, p. 167-170. Copper-engraved maps, with full original colour, Worlld map with losses to bottom margin, and with re-enforcements to the top and bottom margins. Americas map has been re-backed along bottom margin and part of the right margin, trimmed close to or within platemark on right and left sides. Asia map water-stained near bottom of centerfold, and mild discoloration along centrefold, bottom margin is re-backed with repaired losses. Africa map has a water stain on the left sideborder and into the image of the map around the Cape Verde Is

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        Les Routes Exactes des postes du Royaume de France.

      1730 - Augsburg, c.1730. Original colour. 480 x 600mm. Colourful map of the post roads of France, with extensive keys of places down the sides.

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      1730 - Frankfurt, 1730. Original colour. 120 x 130mm. The constellation Leo, engraved by Johann Christoph Berndt for the celestial atlas 'Mercurii Philosphici Firmamentum Firmianum', named for Thomas's patron, Leopold Anton von Firmian, Archbishop of Salzburg. Corbinianus Thomas (1694-1767), a Benedictine monk, was Professor of Mathematics and Theology at the University of Salzburg. His star atlas was first published in 1730 at Frankfurt, with a second edition at Augsburg the following year. He used an odd system for nomenclature: Bayer Greek letter for the star, Roman numeral for the magnitude and Arabic numeral for the star catalogue reference. Individual zodiac signs of this period are uncommon, especially in original colour. KANAS: 7.7, 'beautiful illustrations'; WARNER, p.251.

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