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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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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..

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Ottmar Müller]
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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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        Borussiæ Regnum.

      1730 - Augsburg, c.1730, Original colour, 495 x 580mm Bottom centerfold repaired, otherwise a very fine example. Showing the Baltic coast of Poland, Kaliningrad and part of Lithuania, from the 'Atlantis Geographicus Maior' engraved by Tobias Conrad Lotter, and marking topography and settlements, with an inset of Neufchatel. The elaborate title cartouche which depicts personifications of Justice, War and Prudence, is surmounted by a portrait of Friedrich Wilhelm I of Prussia (1688-1740) who resettled East Prussia after a devastating plague in 1709. He was also the sovereign prince of the Principality of Neuchâtel in Western Switzerland, hence its inclusion here as an inset. Also in the title cartouche can be seen a depiction of Friedrich Wilhelm's famous regiment of taller than average soldiers, known as the 'Potsdam Giants', entry to which required a minimum height of 6ft 2.

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        Leo.

      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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        December

      Robert Furber, London 1730 - A fine example of this celebrated image from Furber's renowned series titled "Twelve Months of Flowers", here with excellent contemporary hand colouring. From the first edition of "a celebrated flower catalogue published by Robert Furber, a nurseryman from Kensington, then on the outskirts of London. Twelve Months of Flowers presented almost 400 different flowering species, grouped according to the month in which they flower. Reflecting in style the grand manner of the Baroque period, the flowers are arranged in elaborate bouquets and placed in elegant urns. Next to each flower appears a number, which corresponds to a name in the key printed at the bottom of the plate on either side of a cartouche inscribed with the name of one of the months of the year. Twelve Months was conceived as a flower catalogue, but its commercial function was adroitly veiled and the artistic quality of its illustrations distinguishes it from the more modest pamphlets generally produced by floriculturalists, including Furber himself, in this period. For the work Furber sought the collaboration of Pieter Casteels (1684-1749), an artist from Antwerp who had achieved great renown throughout England for his paintings of birds and flowers, which decorated the walls of many aristocratic homes. Casteels designed the plates, which were then engraved by Henry Fletcher. Dunthorne 113; Great Flower Books (1990) p.95; Henrey II, pp.343-346 & III.733; Nissen BBI 674; Oak Spring Flora 37. Engraving, coloured by hand, by Henry Fletcher (expert small repairs to right margin). [Attributes: First Edition]

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