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        Amsterdam.[Amsterdam], Reinier and Josua Ottens, [ca. 1730]. Large engraved panorama on 4 sheets (ca. 42 x 218 cm as assembled). With title in banner at top centre, arms of the city at top right, city seal at top left and the primary locations with captions. Mounted and framed.

      D'Ailly, Profielen 186; De Vries, Atlas van Amsterdam 14; cf. D'Ailly, Profielen 55 & 74. Rare large engraved view of Amsterdam as seen from the inlet known as the IJ published by Reinier and Josua Ottens ca. 1730, with numerous ships on the IJ. It's the last state of the view by Jacob Savry published in 1647 and partly updated, including the changes made by Visscher in his issue from 1653. Most obvious are the changes on the east part of the city, with several new buildings including ''s Lands Zeemagazijn', now known as the Netherlands Maritime Museum.Washed and with one minor professional restoration near the title. Very good copy of a beautifully executed an detailed view of Amsterdam.

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        MANNHEIM., Schöne Panorama-Gesamtansicht von der Rheinseite (11,5 x 57 cm), darüber Befestigungsplan mit Umgebung von Mannheim.

      Altkol. Kupferstich von J.B. Homann, um 1730, 48 x 57 cm. Schefold 30075. - Schöner, kräftiger Druck. Baden-Württemberg

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        XII Sonate a Violoncello Solo e Basso Continuo. Opera Prima. (PN/Cotage: 446).

      Chez Michel Charles le Cene, Amsterdam ca. 1730. - (2)/57 pp., stamp on pastedown, paper partially stained and a bit foxed, some pages creased at one corner, else good, rare print, ( Musique de chambre, 18e siècle, Kammermusik, 18. Jahrhundert), Sprache: Italienisch Gewicht in Gramm: 500 ca. 20 x 28 cm, contemporary marbeled wrappers, bound in new cloth, [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Voyages Du P Labat de L'ordre Des FF Precheurs, en Espagne et en Italie

      Paris: Jean-Baptiste Delespine and Charles J. B. Delespine, 1730. Leatherbound. Ex library - good +. 8 vols. 17 cm. vol. 1: xxij [28], 459, [31p]; vol. 2: [4], 398, [33p]; vol. 3: [4], 403, [29p]; vol. 4: [8], 415, [24p]; vol. 5: [5], 401, [11p]; vol. 6 [4], 388, [10p]; vol. 7: [4], 399, [12p]; vol. 8: [8], 409 [406], [14p]. Light-brown leather bindings with gold impressing on spines and edges of boards. Wear to corners of most volumes. Front board detached on vol. 8. Missing 2 folding maps and 2 folding plates. Spine cracked in vol. 1. Leather gouged on back board of volume 2. Chips in spine tail of vol. 5. Tear in p. 249 of vol. 2. Pages clean. Text clear and unmarked. Reference label on each front pastedown. Jean Baptiste Labat (1663-1738) was a member of the Order of Preachers and wrote this 8-volume work after extensive missionary work. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, "Labat had a wide reputation as a mathematician and won recognition both as a naturalist and as a scientist. He embodied in the history his scientific observations and treated comprehensively and accurately of the soil, trees, plants, fruits, and herbs of the islands. He also explained the manufactures then in existence and pointed out means for the development of commercial relations. He published similar works on other countries, drawing information from the notes of other missionaries." (Source: Smith, Ignatius. "Jean-Baptiste Labat." The Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. 8. New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1910. 3 Jun. 2015)

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        L'Idee D'Une Republique Heureuse Ou L'Utopie

      L'Idee D'Une Republique Heureuse Ou L'Utopie, translated from English into French by M. Gueudeville. This book has been superbly rebound in calf, with five raised bands to the spine, a gilt tooled design between the bands and the title gilt on red. There is a circular stamp (frontispiece recto) for: Insulenis Cathol Arch Gymnas. CONTENTs- prior to More''s text there are a number of articles, as follows: Preface du Traducteur: i - xvii pp; Preface de L¿Auteur: xviii ¿ xxvii; Abregé de la Vie de Thomas Morus [incorporating Thomas More Epitaphium]: xxviii - lxxv; Lettre D¿Erasme a Jean Froben, Lettre de Guill. Budée, Lettre de Jerome Buslidius a Thomas Morus, Lettre de Pierre Gilles a Jerome Buslidius, Lettre de Paludan a Pierre Gilles: lxxvi ¿ c; Vers du même Jean Paludan: c ¿ ci; Gerard Nivernois sur l¿Utopie: cii ¿ ciii; Vers de C Graphée: ciii; Table de la Division de cet Ouvrage; Idee D'Une Republique Heureuse Ou L'Utopie: 1 ¿ 348; Table des Matieres: 349 ¿ 364. Illustrations: frontispiece, 16 full page engravings and several small vignettes and motifs at the beginnings and ends of chapters. This book has been superbly rebound in calf, with five raised bands to the spine, a gilt tooled design between the bands and the title gilt on red. There is a circular stamp (frontispiece recto) for: Insulenis Cathol Arch Gymnas. SHIPPING: this is a valuable book and insurance is required in addition to our standard charges - please contact us for a quote.

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        Museum sinicum in quo Sinicae linguae et litteraturae ratio explicatur

      St. Petersburg: Typographia Academiae Imperatoriae, 1730. The First Book on the Chinese Language Published in EuropeBayer, Theophilus [Gottlieb] Siegfried (1694-1738). Museum sinicum in quo sinicae linguae et litteraturae ratio explicatur. 2 vols. in 1, 8vo. [22], 145, [1], 190; [2], 372, [2, including errata]pp. 23 numbered plates plus 52 full-page text engravings. St. Petersburg: Ex typographia Academiae Imperatoriae, 1730. 198 x 123 mm. Old vellum, title stamped on spine. Minor offsetting from plates, but fine otherwise. Embossed stamp of the British and Foreign Bible Society on front endpaper. First Edition of the first book on the Chinese language published in Europe. Bayer, a classical scholar, was professor of Greek and Roman antiquities at St. Petersburg?s Academy of Sciences between 1726 and 1737. At the age of nineteen he was ?overwhelmed with a desire to learn Chinese? and spent the next seventeen years studying and collecting everything he could find relating to the language with the intent of ?[making] up some kind of dictionary and some introduction to the rules of the Chinese language and to Chinese literature? (quoted in Spence, Chinese Roundabout: Essays in History and Culture, p. 3). This was an extremely difficult task, as the Jesuits, who were the first Europeans to gain a foothold in China, had a quasi-monopoly on Sino-European relations and thus had a proprietary interest in keeping information about the Chinese language to themselves. ?In the course of time, however, a few Jesuits visiting Europe came to give away some bits of the secret, and two or three copies of handwritten missionaries? dictionaries had found their way into great libraries? (Lundbaek, p. 2). Bayer made use of what information he could find to compile his Museum sinicum, which included not only his attempt at a Chinese dictionary and grammar, but a 145-page introduction containing a history of Western Chinese studies up to the time of writing. "There are two things that need to be said [about the Museum sinicum]: It was not possible to learn to speak or read Chinese from Bayer?s book; secondly, Bayer was perfectly and painfully aware of that fact and states it many times in his book. "Why then publish it? Bayer felt, and he was supported in this feeling by his old friend the great Lacroze in Berlin, as well as by his new friend Theophanes, the learned archbishop of Novgorod, that it was his duty to do so. There were no books about the Chinese language on the market. He had had access to information about that language because he had happened to study in the Royal Library in Berlin, where some handwritten material about the Chinese language was kept. It was not very much and in spite of all his endeavors, Bayer certainly did not come to ?know Chinese.? But he felt that he simply had to arrange the information he had gathered together, to collect his thoughts and sit down and write a text that could be printed and published, thus making it possible for others to go on with his work" (Lundbaek, p. 5). Lundbaek, T. S. Bayer (1694-1738): Pioneer Sinologist, pp. 1-7.

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        Journal d'un voyage sur les costes d'Afrique et aux Indes d'Espagne; avec une description particuliere de la riviere de la Plata, de Buenosayres, & autres lieux; commencé en 1702 & fini en 1706.Amsterdam, "Aux dépens de la Compagnie", 1730. 12mo. With an extra-added engraved plate serving as a frontispiece. Without the map that appears in a few copies of the 1723 issue and very rarely in the present issue. 18th-century sprinkled calf, gold-tooled spine.

      Borba de Moraes I, p. 430 ("excellent book on the subject'"); JCB 453; Sabin 36685 note; cf. STCN (1 copy of the other Amsterdam 1730 issue). Reissue with a new title-page of the 1723 "Amsterdam" edition (perhaps also the same as the first edition printed in Rouen in 1723) of an interesting anonymous report of a slaving voyage, written by a Frenchman who sailed from France to Africa and Buenos Aires aboard a slave ship belonging to the ''Asiento" Company, which was entitled to transport slaves to South America by treaty with Spain. It is sometimes attributed to the French theologian and physician Pierre Le Lorrain de Vallemont (1649-1721). It gives a detailed account of the slaves, describing the way they looked and dressed, and gives an elaborate report on the slave trade in Africa, Brazil (the author visited Rio de Janeiro and Bahia) and Buenos Aires. The whole voyage is described very minutely, the author reporting his observations every day.The ship left on 14 July 1702, and arrived on 5 September in Africa, where they stayed for 5 days, before sailing further to Loango, where the slaves were traded. On 20 August, they arrived at Buenos Aires. On 30 October 1705, the author started his voyage back to France, where he arrived in March 1706. With contemporary manuscript inscription. In good condition. The chemicals used by the binding finisher have slightly damaged the surface of the leather, but the binding remains structurally good. A fascinating account of the voyage of a slave ship and the slaves in it.

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        De animalium proprietate, ex prima editione Arsenii et libro Oxoniensis restitutus a Joanne Cornelio de Pauw, cum ejusdem animadversionibus et versone Latina. Gregorii Bersmanni. Accedunt ex eodem libro Oxoniensi non pauca hactenus inedita.

      Trajecti ad Rhenum [Utrecht], Guilielmus Stouw, 1730. 4to (19.7 x 15.2 cm). Title in black and red. [xiv], 347, [iii] pp. Text in ancient Greek and Latin. Contemporary vellum. Script title on the spine.l A work by the Byzantine poet Manuel Philes (circa 1275-1345), translated into Latin by the German philologist Gregor Bersman(n) (1538-1611) and annotated by the Dutch philologist Johannes Cornelius de Pauw (ca. 1680-1749). It deals with all sorts of animals and animal products (e.g. De Cervo, De Cynocephalis, De Draconis aethiopicis, et aliis diversi generis bestiis, De Purpura, De Nautilio, etc., etc.). On the title page the small stamp of the great French naturalist George Cuvier, and of the Muséum d'Histoire naturelle (cancelled), and on the front pastedown the bookplate of Waldemar Schwalbe. A very good, complete copy. Kidd, Radcliffe Library, p. 56; Van der Aa 15, p. 141.

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        Himmlisches Freuden-Mahl der Kinder Gottes auff Erden. Oder Geistreiche Gebete, so vor, bey und nach der Beicht und heiligem Abendmahl, kräfftig zu gebrauchen

      Lüneburg: Cornelius Johann Stern, 1730. Long 12mo (150 x 67 mm). [24], 621, [3] pp. Engraved frontispiece, additional engraved title, letterpress title in red and black, 10 engraved emblematic plates, the engravings by Johann-Benjamin Brühl. Bericht an die Buchbinder, listing the plates, at end. Contemporary German "sharkskin" (rayfish) binding, covers with mounted silver frames with repoussé decoration of leafy and geometrical strapwork, shells, and eight small heads, two fore-edge clasps with repoussé decor including a putto playing a flute, inner clasps with mark SMR and date 1734, gilt edges, Dutch-gilt floral pastedown endpapers.*** A luxury copy of a popular devotional manual and hymnal. First printed in 1685, Rittmeyer's "Heavenly Repast of Joy" enjoyed lasting success. The author (identified in this edition at the end of the foreword) was a preacher from Helmstadt. All editions were illustrated, using the heart motif whose origins lie in the 16th-century religious emblems of Antoine Wierix's Cor Iesu Amanti Sacrum. This edition appears to be the first illustrated by the Leipzig engraver Johann-Benjamin Brühl (1691-1763) (the previous edition from this press, published in 1628, had engravings by A. Reinhard). The engraved title shows Jesus dining with the apostles, surrounded by humble onlookers. The frontispiece is a Crucifixion, with mourners below including Old Testament personnages (Adam and David), each identified by an engraved caption. The engravings show the heart as a symbol of the soul, and its progress under the influence of the infant Jesus, whose exact actions are succinctly described in their titles: Jesus knocks on the heart (containing a closed door); holding a lantern illuminating rats and scorpions, Jesus examines the heart; Jesus, sweeping, cleans the heart, etc. Engraved above each heart vignette is a Biblical quote, and below a German verse caption. The work was a staple of the Stern press in Lüneburg from 1728 to the late 1760s. Known as galuchat in French, "sharkskin" was often in fact rayfish skin. It is far more durable than the shagreen used in 19th-century imitations, and was used for luxury bindings in Germany, often in combination with silver onlays. This edition not found in OCLC; KVK refers to an entry in the Union Catalog Southwest Germany, location not given.

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        Les Oeuvres de Monsieur de Molière

      à Paris: Par la compagnie des libraires, 1730. Fine. Par la compagnie des libraires, à Paris 1730, in-12 (9,5x16,5cm), (32) 352pp. et (4) 372pp. et (4) 384pp. et (4) 324pp. et (4) 330pp. et (4) 285pp. et (4) 336pp. et (4) 296pp., 8 volumes reliés. - New edition, illustrated with a portrait of the author and 31 figures. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition revue et corrigée sur celle de 1682. Elle est illustrée d'un portrait de l'auteur par Mignard et Audran et de 31 figures non signées. Reliures de l'époque en plein veau brun, dos à cinq nerfs richement ornés, pièces de titre et de tomaisons de maroquin havane, celles de tomaisons bordées de petites fleurs de lys dorées, roulette dorée en soulignement des coupes et des coiffes, toutes tranches rouges. Ex-libris de l'époque encollé sur les contreplats des tomes 1, 4, 5, 6, 7 et 8. Un mors du tome V légèrement fendu. Quelques très pâles mouillures marginales éparses. Les huit volumes se décomposent comme suite :  Tome 1 : L'Etourdi ou les Contre-tems, Le Dépit amoureux Tome 2 : Les Précieuses ridicules, Sganarelle ou le Cocu imaginaire, L'Ecole des maris, Les Fascheux, L'Ecole des Femmes, La Critique de l'Ecole des Femmes Tome 3 : La Princesse d'Elide, Le Mariage forcé, L'Amour médecin, Le Misantrope, Le Médecin malgré lui Tome 4 : Le Sicilien ou l'Amour peintre, Amphitryon, L'Avare, George Dandin ou le Mari confondu, La Gloire du dôme du Val-de-Grace Tome 5 : Le Tartuffe ou l'Imposteur, Mr. de Pourceaugnac, Le Bourgeois gentilhomme Tome 6 : Les Fourberies de Scapin, Psyché, Les Femmes savantes Tome 7 : Dom Garcie de Navarre, L'Impromptu de Versailles, Dom Juan ou le Festin de pierre, Mélicerte, Les Amans magnifiques Tome 8 : La Comtesse d'Escarbagnas, Le Malade imaginaire, L'Ombre de Molière Bel exemplaire.  

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        Gesamtansicht, "Erfordia - Erfurth".

      - Kupferstich v. J. Chr. Leopold n. ( F.B. Werner ), um 1730, 19 x 28,5 Marsch, F.B. Werner, p. 159. Nr. 45 - Im Himmel Titel auf Spruchband und 2 Putten ( ohne Erklärungen ), unter der Ansicht Legende in latein. und deutscher Sprache und das Stadtwappen.

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        Theatrum Daniæ veteris et modernæ. Oder: Schau-Bühne Des alten und jetzigen Dännemarcks.

      2 vols. Bremen: Hermann Jäger 1730. Med et stort udfoldeligt kort over Danmark og hertugdømmerne samt 34 kobbertavler (nogle udfoldelige) visende danske byer og slotte. [32] + 454 + 200 + [16] s. Rent og meget velholdt eksemplar med rødt snit indbundet i ét samtidigt helpergamentbind med håndskreven titel på ryggen.With a large folding map of Denmark and the duchies and with 34 engravings (some folding) showing Danish towns and castles. Clean and well-preserved copy with red edges bound in one contemporary full vellumbinding. Forløberen for den berømteste topografiske beskrivelse af Danmark, Pontoppidans store Atlas i 7 bd. "Med uhyre flid havde P. i disse år tillige kastet sig over læsning af topografiske og historiske skrifter; gennem kaldsfæller søgte han at samle alle slags historiske oplysninger og på grundlag af sine husbesøg gjorde han optegnelser om almuens overtro, skikke og talemåder.. 1730 fulgte en udførligere gennemgang af kongeriget og Slesvig, Theatrum, etc.". [Michael Neiiendam].Peter Jensens Bogsamling 834. Bibl. Danica II, 600.Precursor of "Den Danske Atlas".

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

      [Amsterdam]: Gerret van Schagen, 1730. 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. 1 vols. Oblong 12mo. 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. 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. 1 vols. Oblong 12mo. 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. Brunet I, 1489 (for 1633 ed.)

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        Amsterdam.[Amsterdam], Reinier and Josua Ottens, [ca. 1730]. Large engraved panorama on 4 sheets (ca. 42 x 218 cm as assembled). With title in banner at top centre, arms of the city at top right, city seal at top left and the primary locations with captions. Mounted and framed.

      - D'Ailly, Profielen 186; De Vries, Atlas van Amsterdam 14; cf. D'Ailly, Profielen 55 & 74. Rare large engraved view of Amsterdam as seen from the inlet known as the IJ published by Reinier and Josua Ottens ca. 1730, with numerous ships on the IJ. It's the last state of the view by Jacob Savry published in 1647 and partly updated, including the changes made by Visscher in his issue from 1653. Most obvious are the changes on the east part of the city, with several new buildings including ''s Lands Zeemagazijn', now known as the Netherlands Maritime Museum.Washed and with one minor professional restoration near the title. Very good copy of a beautifully executed an detailed view of Amsterdam.

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        [Sample book of harness designs and other elaborate and decorative carriage horse tack].[Vienna, ca. 1790?]. 2 volumes. Oblong small folio (23.5 x 37 cm and 25.5 x 39.5 cm). With 67 pen-and-ink, watercolour and gouache drawings of horses, most highlighted with silver and gold , all signed, most trimmed and mounted on blank leaves ca. 1805. With 2 etchings added at the end of volume 1, executed by Friedrich Leopold Bürde and dated 1812. Volume 1 stab-sewn, volume 2 with the leaves mounted on stubs and sewn through the folds, each with marbled paper wrapped around the spine. In an early 19th-century half tanned sheepskin box in the form of a book, metal hook-clasps.

      Unique harness maker's colour-drawn sample book, with each drawing depicting a horse in elaborate carriage horse tack. The drawings were executed by Michael Fölsch himself, one of the foremost Viennese makers and sellers of luxury tack in the early 19th century, to show prospective clients possible designs for their carriage horses. Each drawing is signed by Fölsch as artist. His talent for draughtsmanship and colouring was hitherto unknown and is remarkable for a leather craftsman who probably never received training as a painter. The variety and complexity of the designs, and the use of gold and silver, is impressive, suggesting that such bespoke equipment was intended for the wealthy elite.From the equestrian library of the Imperial stable master Franz Wenzel Schleichart von Wiesenthal (ca. 1730?-post 1800), with his engraved armorial bookplate upside down on the back of the box. He was a leading figure in a great dynasty of stable masters and horse breakers. Thereafter in the collection of Franz Josef II, Fürst von und zu Liechtenstein (1906-1989).With only stubs for 5 of what would have been 72 leaves. A few leaves had torn or nearly torn before they were mounted ca. 1805, but most are in very good condition and the mounting has preserved and protected those that had been damaged. The drawings were clearly made for daily use and show occasional dirt, small stains, spots or other minor blemishes.

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        The gentleman's pocket-farrier;

      8vo., (18) + 101 + (13)pp., in a fine old-style half calf over marbled boards, spine gilt with raised bands and labels. A handsome copy.Publisher: London: printed for the author by S. Buckley in Amen-Corner.Year: 1730Edition: First edition. Dingley 117.

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        Thomae Caii (Collegii Universitatis regnante Elizabetha Magistri)

      Oxford - E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1730 Book. Good. Hardcover. First edition.. A work by Oxford academic and administrator Thomas Caius. In the original Latin. With final advertisement leaf and divisional title to volume II as called for. The first edition of this work which previouslycirculated in manuscript form during the sixteenth century. ThomasCaius wasbest known forhis writings onhow Oxford University had a higher claim to greaterantiquitythan Cambridge. He wrote a workdefending Oxford when he heard a speech made in 1564 by Cambridge's orator toQueen Elizabeth. This work was then rebutted by John Caius, a Cambridge college founder. This work is a response by Thomas Caius to John Caius' original rebuttal. The originaltitlewhilst circulating in manuscript form wasExamen Judicci Cantabrigiensis. From the antiquarian library of Christopher Rowe. Christopher Rowe was a schoolmaster in Norwich and then in Bristol. Throughout his career he inspired many to love literature, history and music. He was a specialist on 17th century printer and bookseller, Humphrey Moseley and began his, unfortunately unfinished, PhD dissertation on him. Condition: In full calf bindings. Externally, worn. Heavy rubbing to boards, spines and joints resulting in a small loss to the head of spine to volume I and loss to both the head and tail of spine to volume II. Gilt stamping has almost entirely rubbed off to both volumes. Prior owner's bookplate to front patedown, Christopher Rowe. Birbeck blind stamp to title pages ofboth volumes. Internally, both volumes are firmly bound. Pages are generally bright with spots to the first and last few pages and the odd spot throughout. Overall: GOOD..

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        De animalium proprietate, ex prima editione Arsenii et libro Oxoniensis restitutus a Joanne Cornelio de Pauw, cum ejusdem animadversionibus et versone Latina. Gregorii Bersmanni. Accedunt ex eodem libro Oxoniensi non pauca hactenus inedita.

      - Trajecti ad Rhenum [Utrecht], Guilielmus Stouw, 1730. 4to (19.7 x 15.2 cm). Title in black and red. [xiv], 347, [iii] pp. Text in ancient Greek and Latin. Contemporary vellum. Script title on the spine.l A work by the Byzantine poet Manuel Philes (circa 1275-1345), translated into Latin by the German philologist Gregor Bersman(n) (1538-1611) and annotated by the Dutch philologist Johannes Cornelius de Pauw (ca. 1680-1749). It deals with all sorts of animals and animal products (e.g. De Cervo, De Cynocephalis, De Draconis aethiopicis, et aliis diversi generis bestiis, De Purpura, De Nautilio, etc., etc.). On the title page the small stamp of the great French naturalist George Cuvier, and of the Muséum d'Histoire naturelle (cancelled), and on the front pastedown the bookplate of Waldemar Schwalbe. A very good, complete copy. Kidd, Radcliffe Library, p. 56; Van der Aa 15, p. 141.

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        Gesamtansicht, darüber Umgebungskarte und seperate Karte der Peenemündung, "Prospect, Grundris und Gegent der .Vestung Stralsund, wie solche den 15. July A° 1715 von den Nordischen Hohen Allijrten ist belagert worden. . Cum privilegio .".

      - altkol. Kupferstich n. Heer b. Homann Erben, um 1730, 48 x 57,5 Die Gesamtansicht ( 11 x 57 cm) flankiert von Allegorien. Die Umgebungskarte mit Einzeichnung der Stellungen der Belagerungstruppen. Links oben weitere Karte der Umgebung von Peenmünde "Vorstellung verschiedener Attaques zur See und der Peenemünder Schanz". - Mit Druckprivileg.

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        A Treatise of the Hypochondriack and Hysterick Diseases. In Three Dialogues

      London: J. Tonson, 1730 Second edition, corrected and enlarged by the author; First edition was 1711; Unbound volume in original marbled paper wrap covers; Smoke stain across top edge, with very slight odor; Text block with smooth break between pages 258/259; Light moisture stain seen on inside lower edge of last couple of leaves; Title page with light wear along very edges; Complete and otherwise very clean copy.. Second Edition. Unbound. Good/No Jacket.

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        Histoire de Genève. Rectifiée & augmentée par d'amples notes. Avec les actes et autres pièces, servant de preuves à cette histoire. En 2 volumes.

      Genève, Fabri & Barrillot, 1730, - in-4to, 2 ff. + XVI + 556 p. / 6 ff. + 518 p., illustré de quelques vignettes, titres en rouge et noir avec vignette gravée répétée + au total 12 planches gravées simples (sceaux et monnaies) et 4 planches gravées repl. dont deux grandes vues de Genève: - du côté du Midy, avec un pli réparé - du côté du Septentrion) et la grande carte du Lac de Genève et des pays circ. (Savoie), 57 x 81 cm; qqs rares brunissures, papier généralement frais, ex libris gravés sur bois ?Richard Guyer?, et ms. ?Robert Rilliet? et ?E.J. Audéoud Sollicoffre.?, reliures en veau, dos à nerfs richement ornés en or, pièces de titre rouge, tranches rouges, bel exemplaire de la meilleure édition. Première édition genevoise en 2 volumes in-4°, publiée parallèlement à une édition en 4 volumes pt. in-8°. Edition d'un intérêt particulier à cause des additions et savants commentaires très enrichissants de Jean-Antoine Gautier (et selon Quérard, d'Abauzit). Illustrée de 16 planches gravées dont 2 belles vues panoramiques de Genève dépl. (un pli restauré), une grande carte du Lac de Genève avec la Savoie, gravées par Daudet et J.G. Seiller d'après Robert Gardelle et A. Chopy. Il y a en plus qqs vignettes dans le texte. ?Cette magistrale édition de 1730, qui rassemble les travaux de toute une génération, apparaît, en dernière analyse, comme un monument élevé à la gloire de Genève. Comme telle, elle occupe et conserve une place unique dans les annales de la République? (J.D. Candaux). Exemplaire des bibliothèques de Robert Rilliet (DHBS V/493-494, Nr. 11) et de E.J. Audioud-Sollicoffre (DHBS I/457).Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Bibliogr. raisonnée de l'Histoire de Genève 181; Barth 21421; Lonchamp 2770; Haller IV/904; de Montet DBGV II/539; Le livre à Genève p. 116 (exempl. avec des notes ms. d'Abauzit); Quérard IX/244; Feller/Bonjour 384 und 515; Geisendorf 181; Blumer S. 167 (sous Antoine Chopy).

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        Hemisphaerium Coeli Boreale.

      1730. Altkolorierter Kupferstich. 48,5 x 58 cm. In good condition. Die schöne Karte gut erhalten, minimale Bräunung am Falz. Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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        Theatrum Daniæ veteris et modernæ. Oder: Schau-Bühne Des alten und jetzigen Dännemarcks.

      1730 1730 - 2 vols. Bremen: Hermann Jäger 1730. Med et stort udfoldeligt kort over Danmark og hertugdømmerne samt 34 kobbertavler (nogle udfoldelige) visende danske byer og slotte. [32] + 454 + 200 + [16] s. Rent og meget velholdt eksemplar med rødt snit indbundet i ét samtidigt helpergamentbind med håndskreven titel på ryggen.With a large folding map of Denmark and the duchies and with 34 engravings (some folding) showing Danish towns and castles. Clean and well-preserved copy with red edges bound in one contemporary full vellumbinding. * Forløberen for den berømteste topografiske beskrivelse af Danmark, Pontoppidans store Atlas i 7 bd. "Med uhyre flid havde P. i disse år tillige kastet sig over læsning af topografiske og historiske skrifter; gennem kaldsfæller søgte han at samle alle slags historiske oplysninger og på grundlag af sine husbesøg gjorde han optegnelser om almuens overtro, skikke og talemåder. 1730 fulgte en udførligere gennemgang af kongeriget og Slesvig, Theatrum, etc.". [Michael Neiiendam].Peter Jensens Bogsamling 834. Bibl. Danica II, 600.Precursor of "Den Danske Atlas".

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        Gesamtans, darüber Umgebungskarte, "Accurate Vorstellung der Berühmten Meer Enge zwischen der Nord und Ost See oder Svnd genant mit der herumligenden Gegend von Seeland und Schonen nebst der Königlich Dahnischen Jaupt und Residentz Stadt Copenhagen, so wohl in Grund als Prospect zu sehen .".

      - altkol. Kupferstich b. Homann, nach 1730, 48,5 x 57 Mit Druckprivileg. - Im unteren Viertel nicht kolorierte Gesamtansicht, darüber altkol. Umgebungskarte, links oben 3 kleine Ansichten von Helsingburg, Landkrona und Malmö, rechts mittig Ansicht von Schloß Kronburg.

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        Mare Mediterraneum, iuxta Regna et Provinciasquas alluit distinctum et cognominatum

      Augsburg 1730 - Mappa del Mediterraneo che copre l'area compresa tra Gibilterra e la Grecia. Molto ricca la toponomastica, l'idrografia e l'orografia. La mappa è splendidamente decorata con due cartigli, uno con il titolo, che mostra Nettuno e un'altra divinità del mare, e un secondo per la scala delle miglia, in cui figurano marinai divinità del vento e del mare. Incisione su rame, coloritura originale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Map of the Mediterranean Sea covering from Gibraltar over Corsica, Sardinia, Italy towards Greece with the Peloponese to Greece. The map provides a great deal of information on the countries bordering the sea, both in Europe and Africa. The map is beautifully decorated with Neptune and a sea-god flanking the title cartouche, and sailors, a wind-god and sea-god surround the scale of miles cartouche. Copper engraving, original colours, in very good condition. Dimensioni 585 496mm

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        Neapolis Regnum quo continetur Aprutium.

      Augsburg 1730 - Carta geografica della parte meridionale della penisola, tratta dal "Grosser Atlas" edito circa nel 1735. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in buono stato di conservazione. Bel cartiglio nella parte inferiore destra. Dimensioni 500 580mm

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau.

      - Kupferstich v. Göz et Klauber n. Joh. Georg Brueder, um 1730, 41 x 56 Schefold, Nr. 32822. - Sehr seltene Ansicht, zeigt das ehemaliger Zisterzienserkloster von Süden; rechts oben Widmung an den Abt Konstantin Miller (1725-45): mit Mittelfalz, sonst tadellos.

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        Londinum London

      Augsburg 1730 - Panorama della City di Londra dal South Bank. Jonathan Potter scrive: "Un prospetto di Londra artistico, con prospettiva verticale esagerato, visto da sud, che enfatizza il profilo della città, dominato da numerose guglie di chiese e dalla vasta cupola di St. Paul. Elegantemente incisa, la veduta riporta 52 edifici identificati nella legenda, tra cui lo Swan e il Globe, sia in Latino, sia in Tedesco. Lo stemma della città è collocate in posizione dominante, circondato da vessilli e mercanzie." Disegnata da Friedrich Berhard Werner, incise da Johann Georg Ringle e pubblicata da Martin Engelbrecht (1684 - 1756). Rara. Incisione in rame, buone condizioni. A panorama of the City of London viewed from the South Bank. Jonathan Potter writes: "An artistically licensed, vertically exaggerated prospect of London from the south that emphasizes the city’s skyline, dominated by the numerous church spires and the vast dome of St. Paul ’s. Elegantly engraved the view is annotated with 52 buildings identified in the keys in both Latin and German with The Swan and The Globe among those buildings named on the Southbank. The arms of the city sit boldly at the front of the design surrounded by banners and trading wares." Drawn by Friedrich Berhard Werner engraved by Johann Georg Ringle and published by Martin Engelbrecht (1684-1756). Copperplate, good condition. Rare. Dimensioni 305 205mm

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        Insula Ceilon olim Taprobana. Carte de L'Isle de Ceylan

      Amsterdam 1730 - Guillaulme de l’Isle è il figlio e pupillo del famoso astronomo e cartografo francese Jean Dominique Cassini, con il quale si dedicò ad importanti studi sul calcolo delle longitudini. Le carte del de l’Isle sono caratterizzate dall’estrema precisione e da un’accuratezza della toponimia, e sebbene molto precise conservano il fascino e l’eleganza della storia e furono la base della successiva cartografia anche in Olanda e in Italia. La tipografia Covens e Mortier acquisì molto del materiale cartografico del De L’Isle, forse anche perché Mortier era di origine francese. La carta dell’isola di Ceylon dimostra la grande qualità della cartografia del De L’Isle, basata su informazioni che arrivavano dai viaggi della Compagnia delle Indie. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in ottime condizioni. Bibliografia: Koeman, C&M 7, 91. Dimensioni 585x480. Guillaume de l'Isle (1675-1726) was the son and pupil of the cartographer Jean Dominique Cassini, who, among other important contributions, aligned the study of astronomy to the study of geography. Under Cassini's direction, observations were made from locations all over the world that enabled longitudinal calculations to be made with much greater accuracy. De l'Isle carried on this exacting work with remarkable dedication and integrity, constantly revising and improving his maps. While precision was his primary goal, his maps are invariably elegant and attractive. Jean (Johannes) Covens and Corneille (Cornelius) Mortier were brothers-in-law, who carried on the book publishing business established by Pierre Mortier in Amsterdam in 1685. Pierre Mortier's company owed much of its success to his access to French publishers, whose publications he re-issued in handsome editions. The elder Mortier died in 1711; his wife continued the firm until she died in 1719. In 1721, Covens and Mortier formed a partnership, Covens having married Agatha Mortier in the same year. They continued the business by publishing enlarged editions of Sanson, Jaillot, and De L'Isle, as well as some of the later Dutch cartographical masters such as De Wit and Allard, and of course Pierre Mortier. This map is from an edition of De L'Isle entitled, Atlas Nouveau, Contenant Toutes Les Parties Du Monde, Ou sont exactement Remarquées les Empires, Monarchies, Royaumes, Etats, Republiques &c. Par Guillaume de l'Isle. Premier Géographe de sa Majesté. It delineates the island in great detail. At the time the map was made, the coastal areas were ruled by the Dutch East Indian Company, who were undoubtedly responsible for the soundings indicated around the island and for mapping the roads depicted. Copper engraving, contemporary colour, in perfect condition. Koeman, C&M 7, 91. Dimensioni 585x480. Dimensioni

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        Von Würmern des süssen und salzigen Wassers.Copenhagen, Nicolas Möller for Heineck & Faber, 1771. 4to. With an engraved vignette after Bissel on title-page, 16 plates with half-page engravings and 3 engraved tables (2 full-page and one half-page with illustrations). Contemporary vellum.

      Nissen, ZBI, 2934; for the author: DSB IX, 575. First edition of an important work on the propagation of worms in sea and fresh water by Otto Frederik Müller, often called the Danish Linnaeus. The work is illustrated with 16 engraved plates showing various kinds of worms and 3 tables which explain the growth and breeding of the worms. Müller (1730-1784) was a Danish naturalist educated in the field of zoology and botany. He was a pioneer as a field naturalist and one of the first to study micro-organisms. He established the classification of several groups of animals, including Hydrachnellae, Entomostraca and Infusiora, which were unknown to Linnaeus.The first 20 pages browned, not affecting the plates, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Zuidelijk Afrika - Lotter.

      ?Africae Pars Meridionalis cum Promontorio Bonae Spei??Oud gekleurde kopergravure, uitgegeven rond 1730 door Tobias Lotter. Met inzet van Casteel de Goede Hoop, Sandanha Bay en de omgeving van Kaap de Goede Hoop. Afmetingen ca 50 × 58 cm. Prijs: ?675,- (excl. BTW).

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        The Antiquities of Warwickshire, Illustrated from Records, Leiger-Books, Manuscripts, Charters, Evidences, Tombes and Armes: Beautified with Maps, Prospects and Portraictures

      London: John Osborn and Thomas Longman sold also by Robert Gosling, and William Ratten, 1730. Two volumes, folio (17 x 10 3/4 in.). Titles printed in red & black. Etched frontispiece portrait of Dugdale by Wenceslaus Hollar, 19 engraved double-page or folding plates by Hollar & Beighton (including 12 views), and 5 double-page engraved maps, and approximately 187 etchings by Hollar & others in the text, depicting coats of arms, tombs, costume, seals, etc. 19th-century diced russia, spines gilt; cloth folding cases. A CRISP, LARGE-PAPER COPY of the most comprehensive county history of this period. Dugdale spent 20 years conducting first-hand research across Warwickshire, often accompanied by the artist W. Sedgwick. Shakespeare's epitaph is recorded, and his monument in Stratford is illustrated. There is also mention of the purchase of a home by the great-great-grandfather of George Washington. Despite the flaws noted, a bright and crisp copy of the preferred, enlarged, edition, on large-paper, and handsomely preserved in two fine clamshell cases. Rebacked preserving original spines, front cover of vol. 1 detached, vol. 2 with some pale marginal dampstaining at beginning and end, one leaf in each volume with a few marginal stains.

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        Novissima Et Accuratissima Delineatio Status Ecclesiae Et Magni Ducatus Hetruriae.

      Augsburg, August Vindel, c. 1730. Incisione su rame, mm.500x570 alla battuta, margini bianchi integri, magnifica coloritura coeva, tit. entro cartiglio elaborato con stemmi. Piegatura centrale. Bella conservazione

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        Accurater Grundris der Konigl. Spanischen Haupt und Residentz Stadt Madrit.

      Norimberga 1730 - grande pianta della città edita dalla tipografia Homann e contenuta in genere negli atlanti degli Eredi Homann. In basso sono situate quattro vedute raffiguranti il Palazzo Reale, Aranjuez ed una la corrida in Plaza Mayor. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva con alcuni ritocchi, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Mappa molto decorativa . Dimensioni 575x490. Great city plan published by the Homann typography and usually included in the Homann Heirs Atlases. On lower part there are four views of the Royal Palace, Aranjuez and a corrida in Plaza Mayor. Copper engraving, contemporary colour with some touches, in excellent condition. Very decorative. Dimensioni 575 490mm

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        Imperium Turcicum in Europa, Asia et Africa.

      s.d. (1730 ca.), Norimbergae - Coloritura coeva all acquarello. Ottimo esemplare. Carta geografica originale (cm. 57x49 più ampi margini).

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        Il carro di Apollo

      1730 - Chiaroscuro a due blocchi, stampato nei toni del celeste e del marrone; 1729/40 circa. Esemplare su carta vergata coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Incisa da Nicolas Lesueur da un disegno di Paolo Farinati, la scena raffigura Apollo e Fetonte sul carro del dio del Sole, guidato da 4 davalli. La tavola appartiene alla serie "Recueil d'estampes d'après les plus beaux tableaux et d'après les plus beaux desseins qui sont en France". Anche nota come "Recueil Crozat", la serie è ccomposta da due volumi di tavole commissionare dal collezionista francese Pierre Crozat e rirpoducenti famosi dipinti e disegni della sua epoca. Il primo volume, di 140 tavole, fu pubblicato nel 1729; il secondo - di 42 tavole (invece che le 110 iniziali) - fu pubblicato nel 1740. Dopo la morte di Crozat, i rami furono venduti ad alcuni librai che incaricarono Mariette di riorganizzare la raccolta. Mariette organizzò le tavole in due volumi, aggiungendo alcune descrizioni mancanti, e pubblicando l'opera nel 1742. Nel 1764 Basan ripubblicò la raccolta ma incidendo le tavole con la tecnica xilografica. Chiaroscuro woodcut, printed in blue tones on black lines, from four blocks. On contemporary laid paper, in very good condition. Engraved by Nicolas Lesueur after a drawing executed by Paolo Farinati, showing Apollo and Phaethon in chariot drawn by four horses. The plate is from the series "Recueil d'estampes d'après les plus beaux tableaux et d'après les plus beaux desseins qui sont en France". Also known as 'Recueil Crozat', is a series of plates commissioned by the collector Pierre Crozat and reproducing famous paintings and drawings of the era; 140 plates were published in 1729. A second volume formed by 42 prints (instead of the 110 plates initially planned) was issued in 1740. After Crozat's death, the plates were sold to a company of booksellers who commissioned Mariette to reorganize the 'Recueil'; Mariette divided the plates into two volumes, added some missing descriptions, and advertised the set to the public in 1742. In 1764, Basan bought the plates and the text, and republished the 'Recueil', but replaced the woodcuts by intaglio prints. Basan also published the 45 plates reproducing the Italian paintings from the collection of the Duc d'Orléans in a volume entitled 'Recueil d'après la gallerie du palais royal' Le Blanc 23 Dimensioni 272 397mm

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        The Antiquities of Warwickshire Illustrated; From Records, Leiger-Books,Manuscripts,Charters,Evidences,Tombes, and Armes: Beautified with Maps, Prospects, and Portraictures.

      Orborn and Longman London Second Edition. Two Volumes 1730 - Tall folio; [6],x,[4],640; [4],641-1153,[31]. Engraved portrait frontispiece,5 double-page maps,19 engraved plates of which 14 are double-page,many etchings by Hollar within the text. Modern bindings of full turquoise cloth, two lettering pieces to the spine. Very nicely bound indeed. With the engraved bookplate, presumably removed from the original endpapers, of Bernard Henry Newdigate. In this copy, the coats of arms have all been expertly hand-coloured. An excellent clean and complete copy in an professional and functional modern binding. Very heavy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ducatus Westphalia novâ mappâ Geographicâ curatissime repraesentata et secundum Dynastias et Praefecturas diligentissime distincta, opera et sumtibus Matthaei Seutteri, Sac. Caes. Maj. Geogr. Augustae Vindel.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Matthäus Seutter in Augsburg, 1730-1733, 50,5 x 58,5 Sandler S. 9, 107. - Ohne Privileg. - Zeigt das Sauerland. - Unten rechts fig. Titelkartusche mit drei Wappen, Allegorie zur Landwirtschaft u. Bergwerksszenerie. - Unten links Kartusche mit Erklärungen. - Oben rechts Legende zum Herzogtum. - Die Karte mit Eintragungen von Poststraßen u. Klöstern (Augustiner, Dominikaner, Zisterzienser, Prämonstratenser u. Benediktiner). - Seltene Ordensprovinzkarte.

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        Important document manuscrit daté de 1736, 24p, sur Saint-Germain-en-Laye

      - In-4, 24p sur peau de vélin. Cachets de la généralité de Paris. Le document mentionne différents personnages des Yvelines. On y retrouve Jean Baldé, vinaigrier à Saint Germain, Jacques Lefevre, boulanger à Saint-Germain et sa femme Catherine Jamme, demeurant rue de Louviers à Saint-Germain-en-Laye (à 2 pas du château). Lefevre et Jamme se sont mariés le 23 octobre 1730 à Saint-Germain. Il est question d¿une somme de 200 livres que le couple doit à Baldé mais refuse de payer. Il est fait ensuite mention de maisons appartenant à René Le Breton, après la porte de Poissy, d¿une maison appartenant à Pierre Allin, incendiée. Le couple Lefevre les aurait acquises aux enchères et il est question de saisir le couple Lefevre, qui doit payer 6450 livres pour la maison de René Le Breton. Il est aussi fait mention de la rue de Poissy et de la maison du Soleil d'Or, qui était semble-t-il une auberge à l'époque. Le document est signé, vraisemblablement par le greffier qui l¿a copié. Document judiciaire important par les petits détails qu¿il apporte sur la vie de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, à découvrir. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        WIEN. "Vienne. Capitale de l'Autriche". Gesamtansicht über die Donau mit reicher Staffage im Vordergrund.

      - Kupferstich bei P. van der Aa, Leiden, um 1730, 21,5 x 27 cm. Nicht bei Fauser. - Kleiner Rostfleck im Himmel, sonst wohl erhalten.

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        The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Newly Translated Out of the Original Tongues: And with the Former Translation Diligently Compared and Revised

      London: By His Majesties Special Command, 1730. Bound with. The Book of Common Prayer. Printed London. 1728. Then. The Bible. Followed by. The whole Book of Psalms: Collected into English Metre, By Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others. 1728. Collation, 124pp, signatures A1,-Z8, Aa1-Zz8,Aaa8-Bbb8,Ccc2, A1,Q4. Book measures 11 1/4 x 9 inches. Bound in full period calf, wooden boards, raised bands, ornate gilt tooling. Rebacked retaining most of the original spine, restoration work to boards, lacking clasps. Binding has been restored to a very good standard. Internally, pages clean. A very nice copy, in a very attractive period binding. . Full Period Calf. Very Good. Large 8vo.

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        Callisthène.

      chez la Veuve Mergé, chez Le Gras, A Paris 1730 - In-8 de (4)-102-(2) pp., veau brun, dos orné à nerfs (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale rare. Sur le contreplat à l'encre rouge : Pour Mad Raucour. Tchemerzine, V, 188. Très bon exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Peregrinus in Jerusalem.

      Prag Helm u Höger 1730 - Myller, Angelicus Maria (tätig im erste Hälfte 18. Jhdt.). "Peregrinus in Jerusalem. Fremdling zu Jerusalem, Das ist: Außführlicher Orientalischen Reiß Beschreibungen ., Worinnen . Anderte Reiß von Jerusalem nacher Constantinopel . Drittes Buch, Worinne . Von Constantinopel zu Wasser in Egypten nacher Alexandria und Groß-Cairo &c. &c.". EA. Teile 2. u. 3. (von 5) in e. Band. Prag: Helm (2. Teil) u. Höger (3. Teil), 1730. Gr.-8vo. (16), 296, (12), 297-520, (8) S., ganzseit. Wappen u. 31 (st. 37) Kupfertafeln (Städte u. Karten) von J. Hiller. OPp. Einb. a. d. Zeit. Selten. - Einband ber. Anfang (3 Bll.) unten knapp beschn., Titelbl. 2. Teils mit Textverlust (eine Zeile). - Es fehlen: Ansicht von Chios ("Scio"), Fische z. S. 140, Karte von "Archipelagus", "Mumiae", Tiere z. S. 496 und Pflanzen zur Seite 496. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        KAISHEIM/bei Donauwörth. "Prospect des berühmten Reichs Gottes Hauß und Closters Kaysersheim, Cisterc. Ordens, unweith Donauwerth gelegen". Gesamtansicht, im Vordergrund weidende Viehherde.

      - Altkol. Kupferstich von M.G. Grophius nach F.B. Werner, um 1730, 17 x 28,5 cm. Schefold 44894. - Im unteren Rand Titel in lateinisch und deutsch. - Sehr frisches, kräftiges Altkolorit.

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        Cyfreithjeu Hywel Dda ac Eraill, Seu Leges Wallicae Ecclesiasticae

      1730. Notable Eighteenth-Century Compilation of Welsh Civil and Ecclesiastical Law [Wales]. [Howel, Welsh King (d. 950CE)]. Clark, William [1696-1771], Editor. Wotton, William [1666-1727], Compiler of Appendices. William, Moses [1686-1742], Compiler of Appendices. Cyfreithjeu Hywel Dda ac Eraill, Seu Leges Wallicae Ecclesiasticae & Civiles Hoeli Boni et Aliorum Walliae Principum, Quas Ex Variis Codicibus Manuscriptis Eruit, Interpretatione Latina, Notis & Glossario Illustravit Guilielmus Wottonus, S.T.P. Adjuvante Mose Guilielmio, A.M.R.S. Soc. Qui & Appendicem Adjecit. London: Typis Gulielmi Bowyer, 1730. [xlii], 586, [20] pp. Lacking half-title. Parallel Welsh and Latin texts. Folio (15-1/4" x 9-1/2"). Recent period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Title page printed in red and black, copperplate text vignette in preface, large copperplate vignette to head of dedication, large woodcut vignettes at the beginnings of each section. Very light browning to text, somewhat heavier in places, foxing, stains and edgewear to a few leaves, light soiling and edgewear to title page, internally clean. * Only edition, 1 of 2 issues from 1730. With a subscriber list. One of the great achievements of eighteenth-century English legal philology, this is a critical edition of Howel's Cyfraith Hywel and other early compilations of Welsh civil and ecclesiastical law. The work concludes with a glossary of Welsh legal terms by Wotton. OCLC locates 9 copies in North America, 5 in law libraries (Case Western Reserve, Harvard, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota, University of Virginia). English Short-Title Catalogue T63960.

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