The viaLibri website requires cookies to work properly. You can find more information in our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Displayed below are some selected recent viaLibri matches for books published in 1730


      1730. Carta dell'Italia settentrionale con parte dei Grigioni e del Tirolo. L'incisione ripropone la carta del De Fer Les frontieres d'Allemagne et d'Italie del 1701. Vivace coloritura coeva all'acquerello, bel foglio con ampi margini. Bibliografia: Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 1050

      [Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio]
 1.   Check availability:     Link/Print  

        Le Nouveau Gulliver, ou Voyage de Jean Gulliver, fils du Capitaine Gulliver...

      Paris: Clouzier & F. Le Breton, 1730. Two volumes,, but a really pretty set in contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt in compartments, double red labels. First edition of this sequel to Swift's Gulliver's Travels by the first French translator of the work.The impressive success of Desfontaines' heavily bowdlerised 1727 translation of Swift's famous novel no doubt provided the impetus to this unofficial sequel. The fiction that it was translated from an original English text is exposed in the preface, where its relationship to Gulliver's Travels is said to be akin to that of Fénélon's Aventures de Telemaque with the Odyssey.As Gove comments, this is one of the very few works to use Gulliver as a model for imitation (unlike the endless array of Robinsonades after Defoe) and thus occupies an important position in the history of Swift's novel. Here, Gulliver's son Jean travels to four lands. He is at his most spirited describing the Island of Babilary in which women are superior, but the other lands have some of the inventiveness, if not the venom, of Swift: the hunch-backed Crump-backs who regard their own form as the ideal, or the Letalispons, who 'live to be 120 yet always look attractive because they begin a second innings at 60' (Dunmore).The work quickly went through many editions, including translation into English as early as 1731. Faint waterstains to a few leaves of the second volume.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House]
 2.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        An account of some strange apparitions had by a godly man* in Kintyre, who hath been blind six years:

      8vo., 8pp., the paper just a little soiled, bound in 19th century half calf over marbled boards, spine gilt lettered "Predictions". A very good copy with the 19th century armorial bookplate on front pastedown of Sir John Whitefoord Mackenzie.Publisher: [Edinburgh?] Printed in the yearYear: MDCCXXX [1730]Edition: First edition and of some rarity. (ESTC finds copies only at NLS + Cleveland Pub. Lib. + Huntington. A 3rd ed., with a somewhat different title, dated 1734, is recorded at UCLA, but not elsewhere and a 4th ed., also 1734, at Glasgow].

      [Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books]
 3.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        Vindiciae arboris genealogicae augustae gentis Carolino-Boicae, contra sistema authoris geneographi, qui in arbore genealogica ante paucos annos cupro incisa serenissimorum Bojorum principum fundatorem ponit Luitpoldum, et abrupta penitus arbore, negat Carolum Magnum . . .

      Monachii [Munich] Typis Mariæ Magdalenæ Riedlin 1730 First Edition of an important genealogical work dedicated to Prince-Elector Charles Albert (later Holy Roman Emperor Charles VII), tracing the descent of the Wittelsbach dynasty of Bavaria to Charlemagne. Two volumes in one. Folio; [20], 82; 192; [12], 326, [28]pp, with a double-page engraved map of the Danube basin (signed by Georg Baptista Steinberger), allegorical frontispiece (signed by Hieronymus Sperling); engraved genealogical table (signed Joh. Christoph Steinberger), full-page coat-of-arms, the Wittelsbach genealogical tree, and two engravings (the second double-page) after medieval panels depicting Duke Arnulf the Bad. Firmly bound in contemporary sheep (boards with light wear only), the spine divided by five raised bands into six compartment richly gilt (now faded), with a vellum lettering piece titled in gilt. Magnificently printed on bright, spotless paper of very high rag content, in a handsome Roman typeface, with occasional passages in old Gothic black letter. OCLC Number: 7382795 A history and genealogy of the great Wittlesbach dynasty, which ruled much of Europe during the Middle Ages. They comprised numerous aristocrats of Medieval Europe, including two Holy Roman emperors, as well as margraves, counts, dukes and kings, making this work, in effect, an excursion through much of medieval Europe.

      [Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd]
 4.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        Defensio declarationis celeberrimae quam de potestate ecclesiastica sanxit clerus Gallicanus XIX. Martii MDCLXXXII

      Edition originale illustrée d'un portrait au frontispice non signé et d'une vignette de titre. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Impression sur double colonne.binding en pleine basane marbrée d'époque. spine à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin havane. Roulette sur les coupes. Une coupure en tête. Frottements. Bel exemplaire. Andrea Chevalier Luxemburgi (Luxembourg) 1730 In-4 (20x25,5cm) (6) XXVI, 359pp. (1) et (2) 433pp. (2) 2 tomes en un volume relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
 5.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        The gentleman's pocket-farrier; shewing, how to use your horse on a journey. And what remedies are proper for common misfortunes that may befal him on the road.

      London: printed for the author by S. Buckley in Amen-Corner. 1730. 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. First edition. Dingley 117. A charming pocket book for the discerning (and prudent) gentleman, much expanded in numerous later printings right through the 18th century. American editions were also published ca. 1778-1793. 'A farrier is as useful a trade as any other in His Majesty's Dominions; we commonly call him Doctor, because he professes physick and surgery among horses; and some are good sensible men; but people who are able to give their sons learning, seldom bind 'em to that trade; so that farriers are oblig'd to take such apprentices as they can get, without regard to their education. ..... Thus many are illiterate, and some totally incapable of improvement. ..... The design therefore of this little treatise, is to inform gentlemen, 1st. what methods are best to be us'd if their horses fall lame. 2dly. What medicines are proper to give 'em when sick. 3dly. How to direct the manual operations, and escape the impositions of ignorant men'. [Prefece].

      [Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books]
 6.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  

        Istoria de i Sevarambi, popoli che abitano una parte del terzo continente comunemente detto la Terra Australe. Volkeren die een Gedeelte van het darde Vast-land bewoonen, gemeenlijk Zuid-land genaamd.

      Venice: Presso Sebastiano Coleti, 1730. Small quarto, four parts in one volume (part 4 with separate pagination), engraved frontispiece by J. Luiken (dated 1683) and 16 plates (repairs to tears in two plates, one with insubstantial loss at bottom corner); a few upper margins a little short but a very good copy in full vellum antique. Very scarce Italian edition of Vairasse d'Alais' marvellous imaginary voyage to western Australia. Copies are recorded in the Mitchell Library and the National Library, but this unusual Venetian edition is only rarely offered for sale.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House]
 7.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        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; 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. An excellent copy.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House]
 8.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        Voyages d'un missionnaire de la Compagnie de Jesus, en Turquie, en Perse, en Armenie, en Arabie & en Barbarie

      Original rare Edition.Binding in full mottled calf blond period. Back with nerves decorated. As part red grief repeated. A slight lack in mind. Threadbare tail fairing. Corners bumped.Travel relation established by Father Nicolas Frizon on memoirs written by a missionary when he visited Turkey to China, Jacques Villotte. Travel by sea is very dangerous, we choose two routes, one by Muscovy, the other by Turkey, hoping the Jesuits convert the people of Tartary. Narration established in the third person starting with the three-week stay at the Jesuit Constantinople. Follows a further description of the caravan travels. Considerations on the Persians. City of Isfahan. Location of the earthly paradise and considerations on ancient Babylon. Considerations Persians and Armenians. This is the enlightened and tolerant view on foreign manners by a Jesuit focusing also on business and the history of his order. The Jesuit Father, left Marseilles in 1688, reached Isfahan in October 1689 where he settled for twelve years. He failed to pass in China and was recalled to France. Chez Jacques Vincent à Paris 1730 Fort in-12 (9,5x16,8cm) (10) 647pp. (1) relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
 9.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        Miscellanea analytica de seriebus et quadraturis.

      London: J. Tonson & J. Watts, 1730. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (235x190 mm). [12], 250 [2] pp., contemporary half calf (rebacked, extremities worn), gilt label to spine, mild browning and foxing throughout, old markings and ink annotations in text (some trimmed at the time binding), occasional ink smudges, leaf S1 torn at top margin with loss of a few headline letters, leaf Ff4 torn at lower corner without loss of text, old handwritten comments in Latin to front flyleaf. All in all a fair copy of a rare work. ----Cantor III, 622ff., DSB IX, 452ff., Norman 131. - FIRST EDITION of Moivre's first published attempt at approximating the terms of a binomial expansion, or the normal approximation to the binomial distribution. This anonymous work is often regarded as the original appearance of the 'normal curve.' He later completed his attempt and published his solution in a pamphlet entitled Approximatio ad summam terminorum binomii (ab)o in seriem expansi (1733). 'Moivre's discovery greatly clarified the concept of probability in his own time, and became the most fruitful single instrument of discovery used in probability theory and statistics for the next two centuries' (Norman). Good.

      [Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books]
 10.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

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

      New edition. The first volume of these observations appeared in 1719, the second component later in 1725 In this edition, Volume I is 1730 and the second from 1737 will be noted that it is very rare to find the two volumes together, d even more uniform bindingFull Sheepskin contemporary. Back tooled raised. Part of title morocco beige and volume number in red morocco. Caps threadbare. Scuffs on the boards. Despite the shortcomings reported, agreeable copies, well connected.Moving, famous Jesuit scholar is the author of this compilation quii borrows articles to contemporaryicals such as the Journal of the learned, the Republlique letters, and other less known. The result is a more representative view of scientific knowledge. Physical naturally understood in the broad sense, can be found, apart from general physics (acoustics, optics ...) chapters on chemistry, anatomy, plants and natural science, astronomy. The choice of the father Bougeant turns bold and exciting autograph dedication of the authors are quite short and maintain curiosity, going from strange and extraordinary subject to other more conventional, as the causes of the storm.Both volumes have the same thematic division (General Physics, Chemistry, Botany ...) themes together a large number of articles on various subjects. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez André Cailleau à Paris 1730 petit in-8 (9x17cm) 2 volumes reliés

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
 11.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        De Droeve Ellendigheden van den Oorlooch seer aerdigh en konstighafgebeeldt door Jaques Callot Loreijns Edelman. [Dutch edition of Callot's most famous suite: "Les Miseres et malheurs de la guerre" (Translates: "The miseries and misfortunes of war") originally published in France in 1633].

      Gerret van Schagen,, 1730. [Amsterdam], Gerret van Schagen, [n.d., approximately 1730] Oblong - 8°. 18 original plates (including Frontispiece) with 20 interleaved, blank pages. All plates subtitled in dutch. Hardcover with label in english on front board. 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. Oblong Large Octavo. Engraved titlepage in dutch plus 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 french in manuscript-writing. Both contemporary marbled boards cleanly detached (needs repair or new binding. Inside with only minor foxing. The plates clean and fresh. Jacques Callot was a baroque printmaker and draftsman from the Duchy of Lorraine (an independent state on the north-eastern border of France, southwestern border of Germany and overlapping the southern Netherlands). He is an important person in the development of the old master print. He made more than 1,400 etchings that chronicled the life of his period, featuring soldiers, clowns, drunkards, Gypsies, beggars, as well as court life. He also etched many religious and military images, and many prints featured extensive landscapes in their background. nnHis most famous prints are his two series of prints each on "the Miseries and Misfortunes of War". These are known as Les Grandes Misères de la guerre, consisting of 18 prints published during 1633, and the earlier and incomplete Les Petites Misères ? referring to their sizes, large and small (though even the large set are only about 8 x 13 cm). These images show soldiers pillaging and burning their way through towns, country and convents, before being variously arrested and executed by their superiors, lynched by peasants, or surviving to live as crippled beggars. At the end the generals are rewarded by their monarch. During 1633, the year the larger set was published, Lorraine had been invaded by the French during the Thirty Years' War and Callot's artwork is still noted with Francisco Goya's Los Desastres de la Guerra (The Disasters of War), which was influenced by Callot, as among the most powerful artistic statements of the inhumanity of war. (Wikipedia)

      [Bookseller: The Time Traveller's Bookshop ]
 12.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        Epilogo de Utrera: Sus grandezas, y hazañas gloriosas de sus hijos

      Por Juan Francisco Blas de Quesada. First Edition. Great weapons of Utrera on the second sheet. Title page in red and black with a coaching floral.Plein Scroll of time. Smooth spine with title pen (dimmed). A shoelace in good condition. Back partly detached from the binding. Traces of glue on the last page of custody. Pleasant copy without significant fault, and rather frais.Monographie the town of Utrera, located in the southwest of Spain, near Seville, in the province of Andalusia. The city is rich in history, including known events date back to the 13th, when Alonso X conquers Seville. Archaeological research has shown that people lived there before the time romaine.Ex twentieth-Libris, replicating a hand press sixteenth. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Por Juan Francisco Blas de Quesada En Sevilla, Impressor Mayor de dicha ciudad 1730 Pet. in-4 (15x20cm) relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
 13.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        Historia General de los hechos de los Castellanos en las Islas i Tierra Firma del Mar Oceano [Decades 1-8]... [with] Descripcion de las Indias Occidentales... [and] GARCIA, Gregorio: Orígen de los Indios del Nuevo Mundo é Indias Occidentale...

      Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1730 (Garcia: Francisco Martinez Abad, 1729). The three works comprising altogether ten parts bound together in four volumes, folio, with engraved title-pages (incorporating portraits of missionaries, generals, governors, and soldiers, views of America, etc); with fourteen engraved maps; eighteenth-century mottled calf, crowned monogram "N" in compartments of spines; two fitted quarter calf boxes. A very attractive set of the best edition of Herrera's Decadas. This massive work, one of the primary accounts of the early Spanish conquest of the New World, was compiled by Herrera who as official historiographer to Philip II, III and IV of Spain had privileged access to the archives; his ambitious and comprehensive compilation was originally published in Madrid between 1601 and 1615 in eight "decades" spanning the years 1492 to 1554; this second edition is preferred since it was amended and enlarged with the addition of the substantial "Tabla General de cosas notables" here bound at the end of volume IV. The full series of Decadas is accompanied here, as sometimes, by Herrera' s important Descripcion de las Indias Occidentales as well as, unusually, by Gregorio Garcia's Origen de los indios de el nuevo mundo. The three works thus cover the native populations of South America, the conquest and colonisation by the Spanish, and the "modern" European approaches to the Pacific Ocean and the western coasts of South America pioneered by the Dutch.The Decadas represent a highly important collection of Spanish narratives of exploration and conquest, drawing on some sources no longer extant, which is an essential work for the study of the discovery, conquest and colonization of America. The engraved titles are divided in 10 to 14 compartments depicting different scenes from the conquest by the Spaniards, or portraits. The accounts of Cabeza de Vaca, Coronado, Cabrillo, De Soto, and many others are included. "There are copies of this edition dated 1727, 1728, 1729 and 1730, which are all alike except as to date - the work not having been completed till that year - the publishers changing the dates as circumstances suggested" (Sabin). Only the first three decades were ever translated, although the work as a whole was "of the greatest importance for the history of the conquests, colonization and progress of the Spaniards in America... " (Hill). The Descripcion de las Indias Occidentales has a different engraved title and separate foliation and includes 14 maps. First published in several languages in 1622, it contained the first true publication of the journal of the Le Maire-Schouten expedition around the world. Sailing through Lemaire Strait, and rounding Patagonia via Cape Horn, this voyage had an enormous effect on future navigation. The series of maps that accompany the Descripcion includes one of the Pacific with the Straits of Magellan clearly mapped and another of the East Indies with good details of the Solomon Islands and of the north coast of New Guinea in both.Garcia's Origen de los indios ("a work of vast erudition": Sabin), an unusual addition to this set, is in its second and best edition, edited and updated by Andrés González de Barcia (who also edited the Decadas). It is important as a pioneering study of the native Americans. Garcia theorised that the American Indians were descended from old world peoples including the Chinese and the Tartars. "But all his learning on this subject is of less value than the positive facts concerning the native tribes, which he drew partly from his own experiences in the New World, and partly from a MS. work by Juan de Vetanzos (one of the companions of Pizarro, and a man specially skilled in the native languages), which was in the possession of Garcia, and which has never been published. The fifth book of Garcia's work contains the native Indian accounts of their origin, and is divided into sections which treat separately of the various distinct tribes of Mexico and Peru... " (Maggs Bros, 1921).This excellent set has on its spines repeated crowned "N" monograms - which we have not been able to identify. This copy was once confidently described as having come from Napoleon's library, but the monograms certainly date from the time of binding, and the binding is simply too early. Ollivier does not record any other suitable candidates among the French book-collecting aristocracy. The order in which the various components are bound is slightly odd: the set opens with Garcia's Origen, which is followed by the second Decada, while the Descripcion and the first Decada are bound following the fourth Decada in the second volume. A number of leaves in the set are bound out of order (not surprisingly given the complexity of the book's make-up) but all are present. A full collation is available on request. Bindings very slightly rubbed;some neat restorations.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House]
 14.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        Methodus differentialis: sive tractatus de summatione et interpolatione serierum infinitarum.

      London: William Bowyer, 1730. First edition, rare, of Stirling's masterpiece in which he "went very far towards developing the calculus of finite differences" (Goldstine). "Next to Newton I would place Stirling as the man whose work is specially valuable where series are in question" (Gibson). "The Methodus differentialis: sive tractatus de summatione et interpolatione serierum infinitarum (London, 1730) of James Stirling (1692-1770) is surely one of the classics of numerical analysis. It contains not only the results and ideas for which Stirling is chiefly remebered today (the Stirling numbers, Stirling's interpolation formula, Stirling's formula for ln n!), but also a wealth of material on transformations of series and limiting processes. Inverse factorial series, especially hypergeometric series, are much in evidence and asymptotic series (including that for ln n!) also appear. Interpolation and quadratures are discussed and there is an impressive collection of calculations throughout to illustrate the efficacy of the methods presented" (Tweddle, p. 1). ABPC/RBH record only the Macclesfield and Stanitz copies since 1977. The Methodus consists of a relatively brief introduction followed by two parts, on summation and interpolation. In the introduction, Stirling discussed the transformation of series with the aim of speeding their convergence. This often involved conversion of factorials into powers, and he drew up tables for this purpose. He then showed that the columns of the tables giving the expression of powers in terms of factorials involve what are now called 'Stirling numbers' in his honour. Part one of the main text continues the investigation of the rate of convergence of series. It is part two of the book, devoted to the interpolation of series, that contains his most famous result, now called 'Stirling's theorem', giving an asymptotic formula for factorials (this was obtained slightly later by Abraham de Moivre). This formula proved crucial for subsequent developments in probability theory. "Stirling's work was founded on Newton's 'Methodus Differentialis', which was published in 1711 under the editorship of William Jones. In this short treatise Newton presents six propositions and a scholium in which he discusses differences, interpolation formulae and quadrature ... Stirling's first contribution to this area was his paper 'Methodus Differentialis Newtoniana Illustrata', which was communicated to the Royal Society on 18 June 1719. The first part is, as the title suggests, essentially an explanation of Newton's treatise. In the second part we have an early attempt at a problem which he pursued with conspicuous success in his later book, namely the transformation of a slowly converging series into one which converges rapidly to the same sum. He also gives there a rather obscure account of a process for finding limits, to which he returns with greater clarity in the book (Proposition 30 - the Stirling-Schellbach algorithm); this may be explained in terms of interpolation ... "By 1725 Stirling had settled in London, where he became a teacher and later a partner in Watt's Academy in Little Tower Street, Covent Garden. He was soon established in the scientific community and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1726. Apparently he had already been working on the book at this time, but his duties at the Academy did not allow rapid progress and the final production was rather rushed. For example, on 22 July 1729 he wrote to his brother John Stirling: "I designed to have spent some time this summer among you, but on second thoughts I choose to publish some papers during my leisure time which have long lain by me." And, in a letter to Gabriel Cramer written in September 1730 and accompanying copies of the book for Cramer and Nicholas Bernoulli, Stirling said of its contents: "The first part has been written 8 or 9 years ago, so that if I were to write it again I should scarce change anything in it. But indeed that is more than I can say for the second part, because there was not above one half of it finished, when the beginning of it was sent to the Printer. And altho' I am not conscious of any Errors in it but typographical ones, yet I am sensible that it might have been better done" ... "Stirling's book was well received by his contemporaries. For example, Euler expressed his admiration for the work, De Moivre employed some of Stirling's results to improve earlier work of his own and to develop his own series for ln (n - 1)!, and MacLaurin discussed or referred to several of Stirling's results in his Treatise of Fluxions (1742) ... However, the book's influence has extended over more than two and a half centuries. A vast number of articles have been devoted to "Stirling's formula" ... and the modern development of combinatorial theory has ensured a central place for the Stirling numbers" (Tweddle, pp. 1-3). Stirling had matriculated at Balliol College, Oxford in 1711, but his Jacobite sympathies prevented him taking the oaths necessary to continue his scholarship and he left Oxford in 1716 without graduating. He then spent several years in Venice, after which he was known as the Venetian. Newton encouraged him to return to London and actually paid for his return journey in 1724. But despite Newton's assistance, Stirling was never able to secure an academic post in Britain, and he spent much of his later life re-organizing and managing the Lanarkshire lead mines. There is also a large paper issue: Bowyer's records show 475 copies printed on crown paper and 26 on royal (ESTC). "The work was sufficiently important to be reprinted twice during Stirling's lifetime, in 1753 and 1764, and to be published in an English translation in I749" (DSB). Parkinson p 14. Gibson, 'Sketch of the history of mathematics in Scotland to the end of the 18th century,' Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society, Series 2, Vol. 1 (1927), 1-18 & 71-93; Tweddle, James Stirling's Methodus Differentialis: An Annotated Translation of Stirling's Text, 2003. See H. H. Goldstine, A History of Numerical Analysis, pp. 97-117 for a detailed analysis of this work. 4to (218 x 173 mm), pp. [6] 1-153 [1], contemporary English calf, hinges very worn but sewings still strong, capitals chipped off, internally fine and clean. Rare.

      [Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS]
 15.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        Les aventures de Telemaque, fils d'Ulysse

      Chez la veuve Delaulne. Nouvelle édition  Chez la veuve Delaulne A Paris 1730 In-4 (20x25,8cm) xxiv 289pp. et (4) 288pp.(2) 2 tomes en un volume relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
 16.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        The Scripture Chronology Demonstrated by Astronomical Calculations: and also by the Year of Jubilee, and the Sabbatical Year among the Jews: or, An Account of Time from the Creation of the World, to the Destruction of Jerusalem... Illustrated with a Great Variety of Tables, Maps, and Copper Plates. By Arthur Bedford, M.A. Rector of Newton St. Loe in the County of Somerset, and Chaplain to the Haberdashers-Hospital at Hoxton near London.

      London: Printed for James and John Knapton etc., 1730. Folio pp. Title, [2 list of subscribers], vi, [2], 774, [44], [4 index], [17 index and errata], [1 ads.]. Full 18th Century calf, rebacked and recornered with original spine laid on, gilt rule and blindstamping to boards and gilt rules, raised bands and title label to spine. Edges speckled red and plain endpapers. Title in red and black, woodcut head and tail-pieces, 18 (7 folding) plates of maps and plans of Solomon's Temple, and furthe illustations in the text. Some rubbing and wear to binding, internally very clean and fresh, with a good impression of the plates. Robert Raymond, 1st Baron Raymond's (1673-1733) copy, with his name and date of aquisition in ink to first blank. Small closed tear towards the middle of the last folding plate, within the image, but not particularly visible. Bedford wrote his chronology as an improved version (using more recently discovered astronomical findings) of Bishop Usher's famous work and also as a refutation of Isaac Newton's Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms; a very similar work which also deals in detail with Solomon's Temple, estimates and plans of which Bedford disagreed with. A fine example of Eighteenth Century printing and engraving.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington]
 17.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  

        t Huis van Prins Maurits van Nassau.

      Boitet [ca. 1730]. - Orig.-Kupferstich, altkoloriert, nach einer Zeichnung v. G[errit] van Giessen. 28, 5 x 34 cm. (Plattenrand). Ger. Gerrit van Giessen lebte von 1692-1750. Over Gerrit van Giessen is weinig bekend. In het Gemeentearchief van Den Haag zijn 79 tekeningen, etsen en gravures opgenomen van Den Haag en dorpen in Zuid-Holland. Gewicht in Gramm: 2000

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
 18.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        `t Huis van Prins Maurits van Nassau.

       Boitet [ca. 1730]. Orig.-Kupferstich, altkoloriert, nach einer Zeichnung v. G[errit] van Giessen. 28, 5 x 34 cm. (Plattenrand). Ger.Gerrit van Giessen lebte von 1692-1750. Over Gerrit van Giessen is weinig bekend. In het Gemeentearchief van Den Haag zijn 79 tekeningen, etsen en gravures opgenomen van Den Haag en dorpen in Zuid-Holland. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Graphik, Holland

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag]
 19.   Check availability:     Link/Print  


      1730 - Augsburg, Johann Friedrich Probst, c.1750. Two sheets conjoined, total 375 x 1030mm. A scarce prospect of Venice, drawn by Friedrich Bernhard Werner (1690-1776), who visited the city in 1730. This is a state unrecorded by Moretto, with the 86-point keys in Italian and Latin augmented by a version in German. MORETTO: 153.

      [Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps]
 20.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  

        La Sainte Bible, contenant l'Ancien et le Nouveau Testament, traduite en françois sur la Vulgate, par Monsieur Le Maistre de Saci, divisée en dix Tomes (10 Tomes - Complet)

      Chez Guillaume Desprez et Jean Desessarts 1730 - 10 vol. in-12 reliure début XIXe demi-basane marron, Chez Guillaume Desprez et Jean Desessarts, Paris, 1730, I : 6 ff., 416 pp. et 3 ff. ; II : 456 pp. ; III : 423 pp. ; IV : 527 pp. ; V première et deuxième partie : 284 pp. et 2 ff. ; 337 pp. ; VI : 441 pp. ; VII : 465 pp. ; VIII : 332 pp. et 7 ff. ; IX : 522 pp. et 1 f. ; X : 460 pp. et 4 ff. Charmante édition bien complète. Etat très satisfaisant (dos lég. frottés, petit accroc à un mors, bon état par ailleurs). Brunet, I, 886 Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal]
 21.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Belgium Foederatum (Holland).

      Augsburg, 1730 - Incisione in rame, coloritura originale d'epoca con ricco e fascinoso cartiglio in bianco nero, riquadri in basso rispettivamente a sinistrae a destra con le Indie Orientali e la contea di Limburgo. Mm 482x565. Raffigura i Paesi Bassi-Olanda. Seutter, dopo un apprendistato presso Homann a Norimberga, trasferitosi ad Augsburg verso il 1720, aprì la propria attività superando il maestro sotto il profilo della bellezza: le sue carte hanno sempre colori brillanti e cartigli elaborati. Bell' esemplare con una lieve ossidazione in alto alla piega centrale. Copperplate, original colour, mm 482x565. Good example in fine colour, some waterstain at center. Seutter, after having worked with Homann in Nuremberg, opened his own activity in Augsburg around 1720. His maps always have elaborate cartouches and are very decorative and printed on good paper.

      [Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini]
 22.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        De droeve ellendigheden van den oorloogh. Seer aerdigh en konstigh Afgebeeldt. Leon Schenk Excudit.

      (Amsterdam). Gerret van Schagen. () 1730 - Quer-gross-8° (17x24 cm.) 18 gestochene Tafeln. Blindgepeprägter Leinenband um 1870. Neudruck der berühmten Folge "Les misères et les mal-heures de la guerre", die zusammen mit den jeweils 6zeiligen Texten von Michel de Marolles, gestochen von Israel, 1633 in Paris erschienen sind. Der Erfolg des Werkes war so gross, dass der Amsterdamer Kunsthändler und Verleger van Schagen (Thieme-Becker 29,568) den Stecher Leonard Schenk (Thieme Becker 30,28) mit einem Neudruck für den holländischen Markt beauftragte. Dabei wurde einzig der Titel ins holländische übersetzt. Der Rest, inklusive dem Namen des ursprünglichen Stechers Israel, wurde kopiert. Der vorliegende Druck ist auf altem holländischem Papier gedruckt. Aufgebunden wurden die Blätter, dem Einband entsprechend, jedoch erst gegen Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts. - Papier durchgängig leicht gebräunt, stellenweise fingerfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
 23.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Augusta Trevirorum. Trier".

      - Kupferstich von von Ringlin nach Werner bei Engelbrecht, Augsburg, ca. 1730. Ca.17 x 29,5 cm (nur Darstellung). Im Randbereich fleckig. Schott, Engelbrecht S. 54. Rosar, Gedruckte Trierer Gesamtansichten von den Anfängen bis ca. 1800, Nr. 8.2.1. Schöne Gesamtansicht über die Mosel mit Titelkartusche in der Mitte oberhalb. Im Vordergrund zahlreiche Kutschen, Pferde und Personenstaffage, rechts Weinlese. In der Mitte das Stadtwappen mit dem Hl. Petrus. Am unteren Rand Erklärung der nummerierten Gebäude 1-30 in deutscher und lateinischer Sprache. Unter der Legende links das kaiserliche Privileg "Cum Priv[ilegio]. Sac[rae]. Caes[areae]. Maj[estatis]". , in der Mitte die Stechersignatur "I[ohann]. G[otthard]. Ringlin sculps[it].", rechts die Verlagsadresse "Mart[in]. Engelbrecht excud[it]. A[ugustae]. V[indelicorum]". Oberhalb die Nr. "94". Selten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
 24.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Nova Anglia Septentrionali Americae implantata Anglorumque coloniis florentissima. Zeigt Neu England mit New York und Philadelphia. Mit dekorativer Titelkartusche und Meilenzeiger.

      Nürnberg 1730 - Kupferstich. Nürnberg, um 1730. 48,5x57,5. Sprache: DE

      [Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat Bode]
 25.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Treves, en allemand Trier, anciennement Augusta Treudrorum [sic!], Ville du Bourdoienné et Archidiaconné, Siege de l'Archévêché, Metropole de la province ecclesiastique; Capitale de la prefecture et Electorat le tout de même nom, sur la droite de la Moselle.

      - Kupferstich von Antoine Aveline, um 1730, altkoloriert mit Goldhöhung. Ca. 19,7 x 31,2 cm. Alt gerahmt. Rosar Nr. 4.6.9.a. Detailreiche Ansicht der Stadt Trier mit schönem Ausblick auf die Weite des Moseltals und die Hügel, rechts im Hintergrund die Römerbrücke. Im Vordergrund führt ein Weg zum Moselufer, auf dem zwei Spaziergänger dargestellt sind. Am rechten Bildrand ist die Abtei St. Matthias mit zwei schlanken Türmen dargestellt, am linken Bildrand erscheint St. Martin und die Martinsmühle. Die Kirchentürme sind mit Gold, die Wolken mit weiß gehöht. Der Fluß ist in grüner Farbe altkoloriert. Am linken unteren Plattenrand Vermerk "fait par Aveline c. p. R.". Seltenes Blatt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
 26.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Ducatus Mediolanensis cum adjacentibus Principat et Dominiis

      Augsburg, 1730 - Incisione in rame, coloritura originale d'epoca con fascinoso cartiglio allegorico in bianco nero, mm 565x485. Seutter, dopo un apprendistato presso Homann a Norimberga, trasferitosi ad Augsburg verso il 1720, aprì la propria attività superando il maestro sotto il profilo della bellezza: le sue carte hanno sempre colori brillanti e cartigli elaborati. Esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione.Copperplate, original colour, mm 565x485. Very good example in fine colour. Seutter, after having worked with Homann in Nuremberg, opened his own activity in Augsburg around 1720. His maps always have elaborate cartouches and are very decorative and printed on good paper.

      [Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini]
 27.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Nova et Accurata Tabula Regnorum Sup. et Inf. Hungariæ It: Sclavoniæ, Bosniæ, Serviæ Albaniæ, Bessarabiæ Ut et Princip: Transylvaniæ Moldaviæ, Walachiæ, Bulariæ wr Romaniæ &c.

      1730 - Augsburg, c.1730. Original colour. 510 x 610mm. Bodenehr's uncommon folio-sized map of Hungary and the Balkans, with the Danube from Vienna to the Black Sea. Atlas Hungaricus 1528-1850 , Vol I , p 68 , Bodenehr 2 u Fig p.69.

      [Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps]
 28.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Barcino Metropolis Hispanici Principatus Cataloniæ.

      1730 - Augsburg, c.1730. Bright original colour. 500 x 580mm. Minor repairs to margins. A plan of Barcelona, concentrating on the defences, including Montjuïc Castle, with a 19-point key. Underneath is a prospect, with a 22-point key. Both map and view are decorated with ships.

      [Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps]
 29.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Lüneburgum ad flumen Elmenaw, ex ruderibus Bardovicensibus aucta, in societatem Hanseaticarum recepta . / Lüneburg eine alte, ehemahls Herzoglich, nunmehro Churfürstl. Hanoverische wohlberühmte Statt .

      Augsburg ca. 1730 - Altkolorierter Kupferstich, Augsburg ca. 1730, 59 x 50 cm. Schöner, tiefschwarzer Abdruck, sehr gut erhalten. * I. Zustand des Seutter-Blattes. Stadtplan (nach Vorlage von Braun/Hogenberg) mit Einzeichnung wichtiger Gebäude (mit Erklärungen 1-27), im unteren Viertel blattbreite Gesamtansicht (nach F. B. Werner, mit Erklärungen 1-19); oben links in Rocaille-Kartusche historische Erläuterungen in deutscher Sprache, oben rechts das Herzogs- und das Stadtwappen. Der Stadtgrundriß in schönem kräftigen Altkolorit, das Stadtpanorama ist unkoloriert. Lit.: Ritter, Michael: Hilfsmittel zur Datierung von Karten der Augsburger Verlage Seutter, Lotter und Probst. In: Brunner/Horst (Hrsg.): 15. Kartographiehistorisches Colloquium München 2010. Vorträge, Berichte, Posterbeiträge. Bonn 2012, S. 247-254. Schöner, tiefschwarzer Abdruck, sehr gut erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ruthild Jäger]
 30.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Ukrania quae et Terra Cosaccorvm cum vicinis Walachiae, Moldaviae, Minorisq, Tatariae Provinciis. Zeigt die Ukraine, die Insel Krim mit demSchwarzen Meer und die angrenzenden Länder. Oben rechts mit dekorativer Titelkartusche, unten Meilenzeiger.

      Nürnberg 1730 - Altkolorierter Kupferstich. Nürnberg, um 1730. 47,8x57,5. Tlw. leicht fleckig. Sprache: DE

      [Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat Bode]
 31.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Treviris." "Trier."

      - Kupferstich von Joseph Friedrich Leopold nach Friedrich Bernhard Werner, ca. 1730. Ca. 19,5 x 28,5 cm. Rosar, Gedruckte Trierer Gesamtansichten von den Anfängen bis ca. 1800, Nr. 8.1.1 Zeigt einen Blick über die Mosel auf die Stadt Trier und die sie umgebenden Hügel. Im Vordergrund der Darstellung sieht man Schiffe, die zum Teil getreidelt werden, am anderen Ufer ist ein Jäger mit Hund dargestellt. Unter der Ansicht befindet sich ein Erläuterungstext und das Petruswappen der Stadt Trier. Neben dem Text sind Privileg und Stechervermerk, darunter der Vermerk "F.B. Werner delin." angegeben. Selten! "Um 1730 erschien im Verlag Leopold eine der wenigen, auf Autopsie beruhenden Ansichten von Trier, die einen Einblick in die topographische Situation nach dem Spanischen Erbfolgekrieg gestattet. Fast identisch mit der Trier-Vedute seines Vaters sind der Rahmen und die Gestaltung des Schriftfeldes mit Privilegvermerk und Signaturen unter der Ansicht. Variiert wurden in der obersten Bildzone die Putti, die Legenden und das Schriftband. Der gewählte Bildausschnitt reicht im Norden bis nach St. Maximin und schließt im Süden mit der Darstellung von St. Matthias, das mit den barocken Hauben aus der Zeit zwischen 1709 und 1714 zu sehen ist. St. Maximin erscheint als großer Klosterbering mit dreischiffiger Basilika und Doppelturmfront nach Westen, so, wie der Bau unter Abt Alexander Henn (1680-1698) nach der Zerstörung von 1675 ausgeführt wurde. Mit hohen Helmen und dem Westflügel von 1626 liegt die Abtei von St. Martin im linken Vordergrund. Mächtig überragt die Domgruppe das Stadtbild, die Leopold zusammen mit St. Gangolf durch eine Drehung von der Seite zeigt. Die frontale Perspektive Münsters (Kat.Nr. 2.1.1) oder Merians (Kat.Nr. 4.1.1.a) hatten den Blick auf die östlichen Teile der Gebäude nicht ermöglicht; durch diesen Trick aber werden die barocken Veränderungen aus der Zeit zwischen 1719 und 1723 erkennbar. Während dieser Umbauten wurde der Dom durch einen neuen Chor, die Helme der Chorflankentürme und den Einbau eines Querhauses modernisiert. Zwischen Liebfrauen und St. Gangolf ragt die Haube des Roten Turmes hervor, der 1647 als Kanzlei- und Archivgebäude errichtet worden war." (Rosar).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
 32.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Paraquariae provinciae Soc. Iesu.

      Augsburg, 1730 - Incisione in rame, coloritura originale d'epoca con fascinoso cartiglio in bianco nero, mm 492x575. Seutter, dopo un apprendistato presso Homann a Norimberga, trasferitosi ad Augsburg verso il 1720, aprì la propria attività superando il maestro sotto il profilo della bellezza: le sue carte hanno sempre colori brillanti e cartigli elaborati. Ottimo esemplare, restauro ben eseguito ad uno strappetto in alto a sinistra altrimenti stato di conservazione perfetto. Copperplate, original colour, mm 492x575. Very good example in fine colour. A restored tear in top left corner. Seutter, after having worked with Homann in Nuremberg, opened his own activity in Augsburg around 1720. His maps always have elaborate cartouches and are very decorative and printed on good paper.

      [Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini]
 33.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        L'Etat et les Délices de la Suisse,. En forme de relation critique, par plusieurs auteurs célèbres. Enrichi de Figures en Taille-douce, dessinées sur les lieux mêmes & de Cartes géographiques.

      Amsterdam, Wetsteins et Smith, 1730. - 4 volumes in-12, Titre-XXXVIIIpp.-484pp. - - - - 79 planches hors-texte. Reliés veau brun, dos à nerfs ornés, pièces de titre cerise, tranches jaspées. (Reliures de l'époque). Edition fortement augmentée. L'historien vaudois Abraham Ruchat avait publié Les Délices de la Suisse en 1714, 4 volumes in-12, sous le pseudonyme de Gotlieb Kypseler de Munster, et sous le générique Délices. afin de l'associer à quelques autres ouvrages déjà publiés ainsi aux Pays-Bas. La présente édition compile, outre l'ouvrage précédent : "Account of Switzerland" de l'ambassadeur de Grande-Bretagne en Suisse A. Stanyan (Londres, 1714), divers mémoires d'Altmann (sans doute Jean-George, auteur d'une description des glaciers), et enfin Wagner et son Mercurius Helveticus, Scheuchzer et son Histoire naturelle de la Suisse. Le premier volume contient des généralités sur la Suisse, son histoire, sa géographie, son organisation et son gouvernement. A noter les chapitres : "Des dragons qui ont été vus dans la Suisse" (une quarantaine de pages) et "Des géans (sic) que l'on assure que la Suisse à produits". Les autres volumes décrivent les cantons dans le détail. Abondante illustration : les planches du premier volume donnent des minéraux, des fossiles, des modèles géographiques et une grande carte générale ; les volumes suivant renferment des cartes, des vues cavalières des villes, des vues de sites pittoresques, des antiquités, des scènes historiques. Toutes les planches sont finement gravées, quasiment toutes se déplient. Elles ne sont pas signées, mais le bandeau allégorique surmontant la dédicace porte la signature Gabriel-François-Loui de Brie, illustrateur et graveur flamand élève de Bernard Picart. (Barbier II, col. 298 - Quérard VIII, p. 276 - Brunet 25894). - Ors des dos fanés, pièces de titre frottées, 4 coins légèrement choqués, intérieur des volumes en bon état, les planches sont fraiches. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Devaux]
 34.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Namurcum. Namur

      - Kupferstich von von Ringlin nach Werner bei Engelbrecht, Augsburg, ca. 1730, koloriert. Ca. 18 x 30 cm (ohne Legende). Verso Bleistiftzeichnung eines bärtigen Mannes. Schöne Gesamtansicht mit Titelkartusche in der Mitte oberhalb. Im Vordergrund Pferde und Personenstaffage sowie Darstellung des Stadtwappens. Am unteren Rand Erklärung der nummerierten Gebäude 1-28 in deutscher und lateinischer Sprache. Schönes Kolorit, möglicherweise Altkolorit. Selten!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
 35.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Tentamina medico-physica, quinque. 1. De sanguinis quantitate. 2. De velocitate sanguinis. 3. De vi cordis sanguinem per totum corpus propellanda. 4. De secretione animali. 5. De motu musculari. Quibus accedit Medicina Statica Britannica

      (24), 119, (35), de 163 à Leyde, J.A. Langerak, 1730, in-4, (24), 119, (35), de 163 à 198, (10)pp, 2 planches dépliantes, veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné de motifs dorés, encadrement de trois filets à froid sur les plats, tranches rouges. (Rel. de l'ép.), Nouvelle édition de cet ouvrage paru pour la première fois en 1718. James Keill (1673-1719) s'efforça d'appliquer les mathématiques, et plus particulièrement le calcul des fluxions de Newton, à la médecine ; ceci lui valut d'être l'un des chefs de l'Ecole iotromathématique. Fines galeries de vers à quelques feuillets de l'index et dans la marge des planches, sans atteinte. Quelques notes marginales de la main de Jean Bouillet. BLAKE, 241; WELLCOME, III, 381.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
 36.   Check availability:     Link/Print  

        Augusta vindelicorum Augspurg.

      - Kupferstich von von Ringlin nach Werner bei Engelbrecht, Augsburg, ca. 1730 Ca. 20 x 29,5 cm. Schöne Gesamtansicht mit Titelkartusche in der Mitte oberhalb. Im Vordergrund zahlreiche Kutschen, Pferde und Personenstaffage sowie Darstellung des Stadtwappens. Am unteren Rand Erklärung der nummerierten Gebäude 1-30 in deutscher und lateinischer Sprache. Selten!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
 37.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        A brief state of the inland or home trade, of England;

      8vo., 70pp., bound in later plain cream boards with a printed paper label on spine. A very good crisp copy.Publisher: London: printed for Tho. Warner, at the Black-Boy in Pater-noster-Row.Year: 1730Edition: First edition. Moore (Defoe) 512. Furbank & Owens 249P. Goldsmiths 6764. Kress 3850. Hanson 4074.

      [Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books]
 38.   Check availability:     Direct From Bookseller     Link/Print  

        Privater Sammelband mit meist altkolorierten Kupferstich-Karten meist von bzw. bei Tobias Conrad Lotter Augsburg, ca. 1730 - ca. 1800.

      Augsburg u.a. ca. - 1730 - Ca. 57 x 67 cm. 105 handschriftlich num. Kupferstich-Karten, davon 102 altkoloriert, plano gebunden. Zeitgenössisches Halbleder. Einband berieben und bestossen, die Karten teils fleckig und wasserrandig (nicht durchgehend, sondern vereinzelt vor der Bindung). Als Grundstock diente ein grosser Bestand des Augsburger Kupferstechers, Geographen und Verlegers Tobias Conrad Lotter, der den Verlag seines Schwiegervaters Seutter fortführte. Von Lotter (incl. der Karten von De L'Isle bei L.) finden sich 75 Karten, von Seutter 12, vom Nürnberger Konkurrenten Homann (auch Homann-Erben, Güssefeld bzw. Rizzi-Zannoni bei H.) 14, von De Wit 2, sowie je eine Karte von Nolin, Walch und von Probst bei Wolff. Enthalten sind Sonderkarten 9 (Globen, Armillarsphären, Seeflaggen, Himmelskarte etc.) Weltkarten 2 (Nolin und Lotter), Erdteilkarten 5 (Amerika in 2 Bl.), Europa 62, davon Italien 10 (mit Mantua Einblattdruck Probst bei Wolff), Frankreich 15 (dabei Ärmelkanal), Österreich 7, BeNeLux 11, aber auch Finnland, Litauen, Polen, Polnische Teilung 1795, Transsylvanien, Ukraine und Ungarn, Deutschland 25, Osmanisches Reich, Russisches Reich und die Britischen Kolonien in Osten der USA. Einband berieben und bestossen, die Karten teils fleckig und wasserrandig (nicht durchgehend, sondern vereinzelt vor der Bindung). Eine detaillierte Auflistung der Karten liegt vor.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
 39.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        Histoire de Fleur d'Epine, conte.

      1730 - « Édition originale de cette délicieuse féérie, un des chefs-d'?uvre du genre » (Tchemerzine). Paris, Jean Fr. Josse, 1730. In-12 de (2) ff., 275 pp., (1). Relié en plein maroquin rouge de l'époque, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos à nerfs orné de filets dorés dans les caissons, coupes décorées, roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées sur marbrures. Reliure de l'époque. 161 x 95 mm. / ?First edition of this delicious fairytale fantasy, one of the master-pieces of the genre? (Tchemerzine). Paris, Jean Fr. Josse, 1730. 12mo [161 x 95 mm] of (2) ll., 275 pp., (1). Bound in full contemporary red morocco, triple gilt fillet on the covers, spine ribbed and decorated with gilt fillets in the panels, inner gilt border, gilt over marbled edges. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Camille Sourget]
 40.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  

        Zuidoost-Azië - Covens en Mortier, ca. 1730.

      'Carte Des Indes et de la Chineâ?...â?', kopergravure op twee aaneengemonteerde bladen vervaardigd door Guillaume De l'Isle, uitgegeven te Amsterdam door Jan Covens en Cornelis Mortier rond 1730. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 61,1 x 62,6 cm.De kaart werd uitgegegen als deel van De L'Isle's 'Atlas Nouveau, Contenant Toutes Les Parties Du Monde, Ou sont exactement Remarquées les Empires, Monarchies, Royaumes, Etats, Republiques &c.â?' Fraaie kaart van zuidoost Azië op groot formaat. De regio was door de Europeanen met hun handelsroutes uitvoerig bereisd, met name de eilanden van de Filippijnen en Oost-Indië.Japan is op de kaart met het eiland Hokkaido ('Terre d' Yeco ou d'Esoâ?') verbonden aan het Aziatische vasteland en de Japanse Zee heet hier 'Mer Orientale ou Mer de Coreeâ?'. Korea is welliswaar veel te breed, maar correct als schiereiland weergegeven. Het mytische, maar niet bestaande, 'Lac de Chiamayâ?', de veronderstelde oorsprong van de rivieren Irrawaddy, Dharla, Menam, Brahmaputra en Mekong ligt in het noorden van Birma. Verder staat de kaart vol met steden, wegen, rievieren en topografie.Prijs: € 950,-.

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
 41.   Check availability:     NVvA     Link/Print  

        NÜRNBERG., "Vorderes Ansehen der Kirchen zu St. Lorenzen in Nürnberg nebst die Schul zur Kirchen gehörig, und der armen Kinder Schul".

      Kupferstich (Guckkastenblatt) von J. F. Leizelt nach J. A. Delsenbach, Augsburg, um 1730, 26,5 x 40 cm. Sehr dekorative Darstellung mit Marktbuden, Reitern, Fuhrwerken und vielen Personen staffagiert. - Sehr breitrandig und wohl erhalten. BAYERN, Franken, Guckkastenblatt

      [Bookseller: Buch- und Kunstantiquariat]
 42.   Check availability:     Link/Print  

        WORMS/ Rhein: Gesamtansicht mit Legende am Unterrand, davor auf der gegenüberliegenden Rheinseite drei Musikanten bei ihrem Spiel


 43.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  

        \"Topographischer Entwurf der Königl. Großbrittanische Vestung und Universitaets Statt Goettingen\". Grundrißplan mit der Umgebung.

       Altkol. Kupferstich von T.C. Lotter bei Matthäus Seutter, um 1730, 49,5 x 56 cm. Umgebungsplan mit genauer Darstellung der umliegenden Feldflurstücke. Kartusche links oben, unten \"Maßstab nach Calenberger Ruthen\". Im unteren Rand gestochene Erklärungen A - Z, a, b und 1 - 33. - Mit schmalem Rändchen, schönes altes Flächenkolorit. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Niedersachsen

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl]
 44.   Check availability:     Link/Print  

        Globi Coelestis In Tabulas Planas Redacti Pars II.

      kolorierter Kupferstich unter Passepartout. Blatt 53,2 . 62,5 cm. Passepartout 67,2 . 75,4 cm. in qua Longitudines Stellarum fixarum ad annum Christi completum 1730 tam Arithmeticè quam Geometrice exhibentur / â Ioh. Gabr. Doppelmayr. Operâ Ioh. Bapt. Homanni Mittelfalte oben leicht gebräunt, sonst sehr sauber und schön.

      [Bookseller: Plesse Antiquariat Minzloff]
 45.   Check availability:     Link/Print  

        Cronica de los Senores Reyes Catolicos Don Fernando y Dona Isabel de Castilla y de Aragon, escrita por su cronista Hernando del Pulgar

      Benito Monfort,, Valencia 1730 - Folio. 2 h. inc. port., VI p., 2 h., 384 p. Viñetas grabadas al cobre. Encuadernación de época en piel, lomo liso, hilos dorados, tejuelo rojo. Palau, 242130. . . IMPORTANTE. Lea Nuestras Condiciones de Venta y Gastos de Envío. Contrareembolso 4 eur.

      [Bookseller: Librería Miguel Blázquez]
 46.   Check availability:     IberLibro     Link/Print  

        Supplement oder Zusaz zu dem Atlas curieux, Bestehend aus 25 Special Land Charten, Gegenden u(nd) Inslen.

      Doppelblattgroßer gestochener Titel und 25 doppelblattgroße, teils kolorierte Kupferstichkarten. 4 (19,5 x 16 cm). Marmorierter Umschlag der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Deckelschild. Seltenes Supplement (es erschien laut KVK noch ein weiteres). - Enthält folgende Karten: Die Gegend zwischen Palamos und Girone in Catalonien (Katalonien), Die Graenzen von Franckreich u. Spanien an dem Mittelmeer (Roussillion um Perpignan), Die Graenzen von Franckreich und Spanien an dem Oceano (Baskenland), Malta, Maiorca (Mallorca), Minorca (Menorca), Elba (datiert 1730), Monte Argentaro (Toskana), Die Gegend oder Savoyische Herrschafft von Vercelli, Die Herzoghtumer Lothringen und Barr, Gouvernement von Nancy, Gouvernement von Metz, Die Gegend von Trier und von Consarbruch, Lüttich mit der Gegend, Kirchen mit dero Gegend (Kirchheim unter Teck), Ravenspurg mit der Gegend (Ravensburg), Die Gegend um Augspurg (Augsburg), Die Gegend zwischen Memmingen und Mindelheim, Herrschafft Wildenfels, Königreich Böhmen, Vorpommern mit Rügen, Baltikum, Graenzen von Hungarn, Sclavonien und Servien (Gegend um Belgrad), Asien, Nordamerika. - Die Karten alt handschriftlich numeriert. Wasserrandig, anfangs und gegen Ende deutlicher, sonst schön.*Vgl. Phillips 545 (datiert 1704).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel]
 47.   Check availability:     Link/Print  


      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     562 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service      Privacy     

Copyright © 2018 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.