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2008-12-26 14:22:02
Altkolorierter Kupferstich von Martin Engelbrecht um 1730. 31x20.5 cm. - Unter der Darstellung eine Legende der Werkzeuge Nr. 1 - 11 in Französisch und Deutsch. Dekoratives Blatt in schönem Altkolorit aus der Folge der Engelbrechtschen Handwerksdarstellungen.
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2008-12-26 14:22:02
Altkolorierter Kupferstich von Martin Engelbrecht um 1730. 20x30 cm. - Der vornehm nach der Mode des Rokoko gekleidete Richter und seine Gemahlin jeweils in einem Park mit herrschaftlichen Gebäuden im Hintergrund dargestellt. Jede Figur umrahmt von dekorativer Bordüre. Dekorative Darstellung in schönem goldgehöhten Altkolorit.
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2008-12-26 14:22:02
Altkolorierter Kupferstich von Martin Engelbrecht um 1730. 30x19.5 cm. - Unter der Darstellung eine Legende der Werkzeuge Nr. 1 - 12 in Französisch und Deutsch. Dekoratives Blatt in schönem Altkolorit aus der Folge der Engelbrechtschen Handwerksdarstellungen.
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2008-12-26 14:22:02
Altkolorierte Kupferstiche von Martin Engelbrecht um 1730. 30.5x20.5 cm. - Unter den Darstellungen je eine Legende zu den Werkzeugen und Uhren in Französisch und Deutsch. Dekorative Blätter in schönem Altkolorit aus der Folge der Engelbrechtschen Handwerksdarstellungen.
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2008-12-26 14:22:02
Altkolorierte Kupferstiche von Johann Jakob Stelzer nach Martin Engelbrecht um 1730. 31.5x19.5 cm. je Blatt. Zwei Blätter zusammen - Unter den Darstellungen je eine Legende der Werkzeuge und Erzeugnisse in Französisch und Deutsch. Oben schwach wasserrandig. Dekorative Blätter in schönem Altkolorit aus der Folge der Engelbrechtschen Handwerksdarstellungen.
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2008-12-08 01:27:10
SEUTTER, Matthäus (1678-1757)
Augsburg: circa 1730. Copper-engraved maps, with full original colour, Worlld map with losses to bottom margin, and with re-enforcements to the top and bottom margins. Americas map has been re-backed along bottom margin and part of the right margin, trimmed close to or within platemark on right and left sides. Asia map water-stained near bottom of centerfold, and mild discoloration along centrefold, bottom margin is re-backed with repaired losses. Africa map has a water stain on the left sideborder and into the image of the map around the Cape Verde Islands, and at the bottom margin. Bottom margin is re-backed, with repaired minor losses and tears. Europe map expertly re-backed, repaired tears and minor losses to centerfold and on either side of the centerfold. Discoloration and fading in places.each 20 3/4 x 23 1/8 inches. Superb maps of the World and the Continents by one of the great eighteenth-century German cartographers. George Matthäus Seutter learned the map publishing business as an apprentice to J. B. Homann of Nuremberg. In 1707, he moved to Augsburg where he established himself as Homann's main rival, becoming Geographer to the Imperial Court in 1715. Seutter copied many geographical details from his former protégé's maps, and the rival houses duelled with each other in order to see which one could best epitomise the southern German Baroque ethic, with its lavish decorative embellishments and iconography of Roman Catholic piety. The World Map entitled Diversi Globi Terr- Aquei Statione Variante... exemplifies the new world view of the eighteenth-century. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-12-06 15:27:30
VERELIUS, Olof || SCHENBERG, Petrus (Ed.)
Stockholm, Joh. L. Horrn, 1730. 4to. Engr. portrait,+ (28),+ 284 pp. Title printed in red and black. Portrait partly loose, and shaved at the lower edge with loss of text. Foxing. Bound together with: CHRIST, Johannes Friedrich. Origines langobardicae e membrana pervetusta edidit et commentarium adiecit Iohan. Frid. Christius. Accessit Conradi a Liechtenau historia langobardorum et ex aliis excerpta quaedam. Halle, Iohannem Christophorum Krebsium, 1728. 4to. (8) pp.+ 38 leaves. Bound together with: DIJKMAN, Petter. Historiske anmärckningar, öfwer, och af en dehl runstenar, i Swerige, angående dhe uhrgambla, sviar och giöthers kyrkie och werdzliga wäsende, uthi åthskilliga måhl, hwar af man har att finna något en så förr kunnigt; om deras religion och evangeliske lährans hijt uthi Swerige inkomst, tungomåhls ahrt, runska bokstäfwers nampn och tahl, krigzuttogh, commercier, och andra resor härifrån Swea- och Giötaland til the uthi Africa, Asien och i Europen belägna orter, med hwad mehra, man så wähl af rijtningarne, som ordesätten och stafwelserne, förmedelst stenarnes jämbförelse har kunnat inhempta, författat uthaf Petter Dijkman den äldre åhr Christi 1708. Stockholm, Henr. C. Merckell, 1723. 4to. (8),+ 183 pp. Title and parts of the dedication printed in red and black. Slight foxing. and a few small stains. Contemporary vellum. Signature of Gustaf Flygare. Bookplate of L. F. Rääf. Warmholtz 2517, 1386 resp. 1625. Fiske Runic literature, p. 19 (for Dijkman). Ett av Verelius tidigaste författade arbeten i svensk historia, vilket han dock själv inte ansåg vara värt att tryc … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-12-05 21:43:54
MOLL, Herman (1654-1732)
London: H. Moll, T. & J. Bowles, P. Overton & J. King, [circa 1730]. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour, in excellent condition, apart from expert restoration to the original folds. 25 3/4 x 41 1/4 inches. One of the largest and most highly decorative maps of southern and eastern Asia ever produced, regions that were then, as they are now, of primary importance to global trade Ever since the Portuguese mariner Vasco da Gama reached Calicut in 1498, the Indian subcontinent, Indo- China, and the Indonesian Archipelago provoked romantic and commercially exciting conceptions in the minds of Europeans. Following the Portuguese to the region, the English and Dutch founded their own East India Companies, in 1600 and 1602, respectively. The present map depicts this part of the world after European trade had been well established. India, which was largely ruled by the Mughal Empire, featured the strongest British presence, most notably their commercial base at Fort St. George, located in modern day Chennai (formerly Madras). Moll included a fantastically detailed plan of this nucleus of commerce in the lower left corner of the map. Views of the British-dominated port of Surat (in Gujarat) and the Portuguese base of Goa are featured above. The Dutch dominated the Spice Islands and the rest of the Indonesian Archipelago, and the present map features very fine maps of their principal base Batavia (modern day Jakarta) and Bantam, located just to the west, which is also located on the island of Java. This map also includes the Spanish- controlled Philippines, most of the C … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-12-01 09:39:32
Gutierrez, Juan; Rotae, Sacrae Romanae
1730. The Criminal in Civil and Canon Law Gutierrez, Juan [d. 1618]. Praxis Criminalis Civilis et Canonica, in Librum Octavum Novae Recopillationis Regiae: Sive Practicarum Quaestionum Criminalium. Tractatio Nova: Omnibus Theologis & Jurisconsultis in Scholis Versantibus Apprime Utilis & Necessaria: Cum Indicibus Quaestionum, Rerum ac Verborum Locupletissimis. Nova Editio, Prioribus Correctior et Elegantiori Ordine Disposita. Geneva: Sumptibus Perachon & Cramer, 1730. [iv], 334, 10 pp. [Bound with] S[acrae] Rotae Romanae. Decisiones Novissimae & Recentissimae, Nullo in Alia Libro Usque Nunc Impressae, D. Joannis Gutierrez. Comprobantes, Fulcientes, Laudantes, &c. Super Materias Tam Civiles Quam Canonicas & Criminales, Studio & Opera J.U.D. Argumentis, Summariis, & Indicibus Necessariis Exornatae. Geneva: Sumptibus Perachon & Cramer, 1731. [xii], 126, [24] pp. Folio (15" x 9"). Contemporary vellum, traces of gilt stamping to spine. Rubbing and light soiling to boards, chipping to tips and head of spine. Attractive woodcut armorial title page devices, head-pieces and tail-pieces. Light browning to most of text. Ex-library. Small institution stamps to title page and a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. A nice copy. $750. * With table and three indexes. Two volumes from the collected works edition, Opera Omnia Civilia, Canonica, et Criminalia, Decisionibus S. Rotae Romanae (1730-1731). The first examines criminal practice and procedure in civil and Canon law. The second is a compilation of commentaries on Guttierez' legal writings issued between 1710 an 1730 by the Sacred Ro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2008-11-28 18:11:02
MERIAN, MARIE SIBILLE (MARIA SIBYLLA).
Amsterdam, Chez Jean Frederic Bernard, 1730. Elephant folio. Later light brown hcalf w. six raised bands on back. Red and black title-labels and gilt ornamentation to back. Top-edge trimmed, otherwise uncut. First leaves w. a bit of soiling, occasional scattered brownspotting. T-p. mounted. Engr. title-vignette, large engr. vignette at end of text (p. 84). (4) (half-title and title-page), 84 pp., 47 leaves, four of which w. three and 43 of which w. four beautiful engravings of insects and their plants on each, in all 184 engr. illustrations, all in very clear impressions, mostly measuring about 15 x 11 cm. but the last 30 mostly about 21 x 15 cm. each. (All illustrations are numbered; Nr. I and LI both have a No. 1 and 2, but there are (and is not supposed to be) no illustrations numbered CLXX (170) and CLXXII (172), -the two vignettes probably hold the place of these, thus we get two engr. vignettes and 184 engr. illustr. in all). All plates are in excellent condition w. virtually no brownspotting or soiling. Copy w. wide margins. ¶ Rare and extraordinarily beautiful work. First folio-edition in French (same year and place as the first folio-edition in Dutch), first French edition. Originally this work was published as "Der Raupen wunderbare Verwandelung and sonderbare Blumennahrung" in Nuremberg in 1679 - 83 in 4to with 100 plates; later it was published as "Die rupsen Begin, voedsel, en wonderbare verandering" in Amsterdam in 1713-17, also in quarto w. 150 plates. In 1718 it became "Erucarum Ortus, alimentum et paradoxa metamorphosis", also a 4to printed in Amsterdan wit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-11-28 18:10:42
ISRAEL) Homann, Ioh Baptista (J.B.)
[ 1730].. Map, copperplate engraving with handcolor, 19 x 22 1/4 inches, centerfold. Good to very good condition: insect holes in middle of top and bottom margin, faint toning down centerfold. Attractive cartouche at upper left (uncolored). .
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2008-11-28 18:10:42
Homann, J.C.:
Nuremberg, c. 1730. Map. Copper engraving, 50 x 59 cms, original hand-colour, minor toning at centrefold, blank verso.
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2008-11-25 17:25:29
Morus, Thomas
Amsterdam, chez François l'Honoré, 1730. 12mo; frontispiece, (2) title, (4)épitre, CIII, (1), 364 pp. plus 15 engraved plates, contemporary calf, raised bands, spine richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettering-piece to spine sometime renewed, minor rubbing or bumping, lower part of back hinge with worm traces, red edges, inside clean and crisp, a good copy. Second edition fo Gueudeville's translation of Thomas More's famous utopia written in 1516, giving detailed description of a perfect society. Cioranescu 32957 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher [Egelsbach, Germany]
2008-11-24 16:02:44
Jansénisme) (HECQUET Philippe)
(1730). Fort volume in/12 reliure plein veau du temps, dos à nerfs, xv ff., 616 p. Seconde édition. Manque la page de titre. Reliure modeste et usée, étiquette arrachée avec la peau en base du dos. Tome 1 dÂ’un ouvrage édité en deux volumes pour sa seconde édition Hecquet, Philippe (1661-1737). Docteur Régent de Paris en 1697. Il était connu pour sa générosité, son austérité et sa piété qui en fit le médecin de Port Royal (1688-1693), de la famille de Condé (1709-1723) et de la maison de Vendôme. Doyen de la faculté de médecine de Paris en 1712. Sa bibliothèque, forte de 2600 volumes, a constitué la base de celle de la Faculté de médecine. On lui doit également : "Réflexions sur l'usage de l'opium, des calmants et des narcotiques pour la guérison des maladies", "De l'indécence aux hommes d'accoucher les femmes et de l'obligation aux femmes de nourrir leurs enfants", Livres [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Philippe Lucas Livres Anciens [Lyon, France]
2008-11-18 23:01:20
Pierre Le Lorrain de Vallemont (editor)]
Amsterdam, Utrecht: Aux Depens De La Compagnie, 1730. SECOND EDITION. Text in French. Full brown period calf. Raised bands with gilt compartments on spine with red label compartment and gilt title. Gilt seal stamped on the front and back cover. End pages marbled. All edges marbled. Title page printed in black and red. Faded gilt on edges of the boards. Previous owner's name stamped on the title page. Moisture stain to the title page bottom corner. Label on spine is chipped at the left edge. No half-title. 372pp. Size: 16cm x 10cm This is an anonymous journal by a Frenchman. He describes the slave trade in Africa during a voyage from France to Africa to Buenos Aires, beginning in 1702 and ending in 1706. Three copies of this book are available: New York Public Library, Yale University Library, and Biblio Cent du Mus Nat Hist Naturelle in Paris. The author, according to WorldCat, is Oliveira Lima. Overall in VERY GOOD condition. Photos available upon request. Sabin 36685; Borba de Moraes I, p. 430. . Second Edition. Full Calf Leather. Very Good. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Hardcover.
Bookseller: Ziern-Hanon Galleries [Frontenac, MO, U.S.A.]
2008-11-18 06:52:50
TILLEMANS, After Peter (1684-1734)
London & Dublin: T. Sympson and J. Lord, [circa 1730]. Line engravings (small expert repairs to margins). 11 5/8 x 16 6/8 inches approx. 14 3/8 x 20 1/4 inches approx. A fine pair from a series of four plates of Newmarket scenes after Tillemans. The four images by Tillemans were issued in two sets at about the same time: these are from the smaller of the two series. Peter Tillemans "came to England from Antwerp in 1708. His first commissions were to paint topographical views... Each required figures to give life to the well-painted landscapes and what was more natural than to show some of the people mounted... his large and busily populated pictures of Newmarket Heath have considerable charm. The influence of his friend John Wotton is most pronounced in his horse portraiture while his compositions owe something to Francis Barlow. Tillemans' patrons included all the principal race-horse owners of the period... He must have known Newmarket well, already established as the home of the turf... Tillemans' influence on later sporting artists is considerable... The engravings after his Newmarket paintings provide a fascinating record of training and horse management when the turf was developing quickly in the hands of the aristocracy of the period." (Charles Lane British Racing Prints p.173) Lane British Racing Prints p.173; cf. Mellon British Sporting and Animal Prints p.187 (large scale set); Siltzer p.274
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2008-11-16 09:59:32
HOMANN, Johann Christoph (1703-1730)
Nuremberg: J. B. Homann, 1730. Engraving with hand-colouring. Excellent condition. An early map of Asia that includes the northern tip of Australia and Papua, New Guinea, by the celebrated German cartographer, J. B. Homann. Johann Baptiste Homann established in the early years of the 18th century the most successful map publishing firm in Germany. His prolific business, which his family continued after his death, dominated Germany's map market for over a century and produced some of the finest maps and atlases of the age. He started the firm in Nuremberg, and,in 1715, he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After his death in 1724, his son, Johann Christoph, assumed control of the firm and this is his issue ot his father's map of Asia. This is a lovely example includes the northern tip of Australia (Nova Hollandia) Carpentaria, Nova Britannia and the Marianas. Hokkaido is identified as Terra Yedso and the fictional Compagnie Land, to the northeast of Japan. Dampier's passage shown stretching between New Guinea and New Britain and marks his discovery of New Britain in 1700. The map is a wonderful example of Homann's ornate, Baroque style. The title cartouche shows an Asian potentate pointing his scepter at three subjects, who bow on their hands and knees before him. The other cartouche in the upper right corner with a note to the viewer shows a procession of soldiers carrying a Hindu idol followed by men playing gongs, drums and wind instruments. Tooley, Maps and Map-makers 27, 107-108.
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2008-11-06 20:41:23
FURBER, Robert (circa 1674-1756, publisher) - After Pieter CASTEELS (1684-1749)
Kensington: Robert Furber, 1730[-1732]. Folio. (24 3/8 x 19 1/4 inches). Mounted on guards. Engraved throughout, list of subscribers (sheet size: 22 5/8 x 18 5/8 inches) with hand-coloured engraved decorative border, 12 hand-coloured plates by Henry Fletcher after Casteels (approx. sheet size: 21 2/4 x 17 3/4 inches). Expertly bound to style in 18th-century diced russia, covers with decorative roll at outer border, the flat spine divided into ten compartments with a greek-key roll flanked by pairs of fillets, red morocco lettering-piece in the second compartment, repeat decoration of a large flower-spray tool surrounded by small tools. Rare complete first edition of this ground-breaking and highly decorative flower catalogue: an incomparable record of the most fashionable flowering plants of the early eighteenth century, here with the title/subscribers' page and fine contemporary hand-colouring. Furber was a nurseryman from Kensington, then on the outskirts of London. Twelve Months of Flowers presented almost 400 different flowering species, grouped according to the month in which they flower. Reflecting in style the grand manner of the Baroque period, the flowers are arranged in elaborate bouquets and placed in elegant urns. Next to each flower appears a number, which corresponds to a name in the key printed at the bottom of the plate on either side of a cartouche inscribed with the name of one of the months of the year. "Twelve Months was conceived as a flower catalogue, but its commercial function was adroitly veiled and the artistic quality of its illustrations dist … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2008-10-28 09:00:36
WICQUEFORT
Marteau Cologne 1730 2 volumes in-4 ( 260 X 200 mm ) de 551 pp. 33fnch.: 240 pp. 11fnch. 325 pp. 2fnch., plein veau chocolat, dos à nerfs ornés de caissons et fleurons dorés, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches briques ( Reliure de l'époque ). Trés bel exemplaire. 4. Sir Dudley Digges The Compleat Ambassador.It was at this time that there appeared in print a posthumouspublication by Sir Dudley Digges, late master of the rolls ( 1583-1639 ), 13entitled The Compleat Ambassador: or Two Treaties of the Intended Marriageof Qu. Elizabeth of Glorious Memory. In this work, the history of thenegotiations as to the Anjou and Alençon matches carried on duringWalsingham's embassy ( 1570-3, dates covering that of the massacre of St.Bartholomew ) became public property in the shape of the despatches ofWalsingham, and the replies of Burghley, Leicester and Sir Thomas Smith. Nosimilar revelation had hitherto taken place in England, where,notwithstanding the assiduous exertions of James I's diplomatists, verylittle attention had been paid to their activity by outsiders. But thepublisher, encouraged by the success of Cabala, 14 a curious medley ofletters and papers of the reigns of James and Charles I which appeared in1654, anticipated a great success for his experiment, and was not deceived.The time was propitious for a study of the diplomatic processes of the mostaggressively protestant of queen Elizabeth's ambassadors, whose policy ofsecuring the alliance of France against Spain was just about to experience arevival. Thus, the book, having rapidly gone into a second edition, w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Tiré à Part [Marseille, France]
2008-10-24 00:33:14
Pregitzer, Johann Ulrich
Stuttgart, Metzler 1730. 35 cm. 5 Teile in 1 Band. (12), 27, (1); (2), 82, (4); (2), 35, (1); (2), 41, (1); (2), 10 Seiten mit zahlreichen Stammtafeln, Titel rot und schwarz. Festeinband, Halbpergamenteinband der Zeit - ADB 26, 547 - Wittmann, Metzler 693 - Erstausgabe. "... von Cotta abgelehnte prunkvolle Großfolio-Genealogie des regierenden Hauses" (Wittmann 181), von seinem Sohn Johann Ulrich Pregitzer (1673-1730) bearbeitet. Pregitzer (1647-1708), Jurist und Historiker, Professor in Tübingen, wurde 1694 Oberarchivar in Stuttgart. Teil 1: Kurze Historie und Genealogie des Hauses Württemberg; 2: Ahnen des Hauses Württemberg; 3: Tabulae prognologicae des Hauses Württemberg; 4: Deszendenz gekrönter Häupter von württembergischem Geblüte; 5: Nächste Verwandtschaft des Herzogs Friedrich Ludwig und seiner Gemahlin Henriette Marie. Der "Summarische Innhalt" (2 Blatt) aller 5 Teile ist am Ende von Teil 2 eingebunden. Deckel Schabspuren, Kanten bestoßen, Vorsatz in der oberen Ecke Papierverlust ergänzt, Stempel auf Titelblatt -
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2008-10-21 17:49:31
BARBA (Alfonse Alvarez)
Paris, Guillaume Saugrain, 1730. d'un frontiscipe, de (22), 264 et (38) pages et 7 planches veau granité de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, encadrement d'un filet à froid sur les plats, tranches rouges 1730, 1730, in-12, d'un frontiscipe, de (22), 264 et (38) pages et 7 planches, veau granité de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, encadrement d'un filet à froid sur les plats, tranches rouges, Beau frontispice dépliant et 7 belles et curieuses pl. h.t, le tout gravé sur cuivre. Première édition. En fait, cet ouvrage est un abrégé de "Arte de los Metales" que Barba publia à Madrid en 1640. On sait peu de choses de l'abbé Alfonse Alvarez Barba. Il est présenté sur la page de titre du présent ouvrage comme un "célèbre Artiste dans les Mines de Potozi". Mais on sait aussi qu'il fut envoyé au Pérou par l'Eglise espagnole, en 1588, pour y étudier les minerais découverts, principalement l'or, ainsi que son exploitation. Son traité, est considéré comme le premier ouvrage important de ce sujet en lanque espagnole. Son traducteur français, Charles Hautin de Villars, était selon Caillet un très habile "transmutateur". Il a ajouté à sa traduction son propre mémoire sur les mines de France. Bon exemplaire
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
2008-10-20 09:12:45
MOLL, Herman (1654-1732)
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2008-10-17 08:05:21
PELLISSON M., OLIVET Abbé d'
Jean-Baptiste Coignard fils, Paris, 1730. Deux volumes in-12°, (8) 430 (18) pp., (8) 435 (19) pp. Reliure en basane d'époque, dos à cinq nerfs orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison, filets et caissons à fleurons dorés, tranches rouges mouchetées. (légers frottements à la reliure, présence de pâles rousseurs, faibles brunissures). Vignette de titre. Une vignette gravée (médaille) en page 19 au tome second. Bandeaux. Lettrines. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Aparté [PEZENAS, France]
2008-10-14 14:01:45
Kupferstich 1730. Kupferstich 1730. 17.5x34 cm. - Vogelschauplan von Norden mit St. Nicolai, Rathaus, Liebfrauenkirche, Michaeliskirche, Kalkberg, St. Johannis und St. Lamberti, im Vordergrund die Ilmenau. Oben in den Ecken 2 Wappen. Die Darstellung lehnt stark an die Vogelschau-Ansicht von Merian an, auch die seitliche Legende 1 - 27 entspricht in der Nummerierung und Auflistung der Gebäude dieser Vorlage. Links neuer Papierrand bis zur Einfassungslinie angesetzt. Unten schmales Rändchen.
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2008-10-10 13:35:40
PONTES, Sebastião do Valle.
Lisboa Occidental, Officina da Musica, 1730. - Woodcut headpieces, tailpiece and initial letters. (6 ll.), 25, (1) pp., (2 ll.). 4°, modern wrappers. Minor stains. Overall fine. ---- FIRST EDITION of this funeral oration preached in Bahia. Its subject, D. Rodrigo de Moura Telles (1644-1728), was one of Portugal's most prominent clerics. As related in the oration, Moura Telles was born in Vale de Reis and began his service to the Catholic Church at Évora. Called to the court of D. Pedro II in 1678, Moura Telles distinguished himself the following year by successfully delivering the ransom demanded for the Portuguese captives held at Mequinez in Morocco. Elected rector of the Universidade de Coimbra in 1690, he was appointed bishop of Guarda in 1694 and archbishop of Braga in 1704. During his 24 years at Braga, he introduced controversial liturgical reforms and built grandly, especially in restoring the chapel of S. Geraldo.The author, a native of Bahia (1663-1736), was a member of the Brazilian "Academia dos Esquecidos." Educated at Coimbra, he a renowned preacher.---- Borba de Moraes (1983) II, 684; @Período colonial p. 292. Sacramento Blake VII, 217: without collation. Barbosa Machado III, 703. Not in Innocêncio; cf. XIX, 294, citing another work by this author. Not in JCB @Portuguese and Brazilian Books. Not in Palha. Not in Rodrigues. Not in Azevedo-Samodães, Ameal or Avila Perez. On Moura Telles, see @Grande enciclopédia XVIII, 29. Not located in NUC. Not located in RLIN. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-09-30 09:26:52
Charlevoix, Pierre François-Xavier:
Paris. -1731. 1730 - xxviii,482,[59]pp. plus eight maps (seven folding); xiv,506,[61]pp. plus eleven maps (four folding). Two volumes. Quarto. Antique half calf and marbled boards. Minor interior worming in second half of first volume, else a very good set. Charlevoix was a French Jesuit who spent some time in Quebec before arriving in St. Louis and travelling south to New Orleans and thence to Santo Domingo. This is his extensive history of Santo Domingo, highlighted by handsome detailed engraved maps of Santo Domingo, Haiti, Venezuela, and the entire Caribbean area. Covers the years from 1492 to 1724, with much material relating to the indigenous and black populations. One of the most important single histories of a Caribbean island from this early period. SABIN 12127. LeCLERC 1371. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 730/45. PALAU 67166.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
2008-09-30 09:26:52
CHARLEVOIX, Pierre-Francois-Xavier de
Paris: Didot, 1730. First Edition. hardcover. very good. Ecrite particulierement sur des Memoires Manuscrits du P. Jean-Baptiste le Pers, Jesuite, Missionnaire a Saint Domingue, & sur les Pieces Originales, qui se conservent au Depot de la Marine. 14 engraved plates (most folding maps), vignettes. 2 volumes, small square 4to, 1/2 calf, ornately gilt spine (rubbed); some pages darkened, worming, few inked markings. Paris: Francois Didot, 1730. Very good. Recounts the island's history from its discovery by Columbus to the 1720s. Author was a Jesuit historian who spent four years in Quebec, prior to 1720 when he explored the great lakes region and down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. He voyaged to Santo Domingo, where he spent the month of September of 1722. This work contains significant information on the indigenous peoples of Santo Domingo. Among the maps are several detailed maps of Haiti. Palau 67166. Sabin 12127. Brunet I, 1806. Biog. Univ.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-09-21 13:20:37
Isaak Tirion (gest. 1769?)
ca. 1730. Motivmass: 28,3x33,5 Blattmass: 31,1x41,7 Kupferstich Schwarzweiß.
Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR
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2008-09-06 21:00:42
VERELIUS, Olof || SCHENBERG, Petrus (utg.)
Stockholm, Joh. L. Horrn, 1730. 4.o. (28),+ 284 s. Titeln tryckt i rött och svart. Enstaka fläckar. Samtida skinnband med något nött blindpressad rygg med beige ryggtiteletikett. Ur Gustaf Bernströms bibliotek. Warmholtz 2517. Engström 479. Fint exemplar av första upplagan, saknar dock det graverade porträttet av Verelius. Ett av Verelius tidigaste författade arbeten i svensk historia, vilket han dock själv inte ansåg vara värt att trycka. Manuskript utgavs av Petrus Schenberg med ett företal av A. O. Rhyzelius. Innehåller bl. a "Gothotum extra patriam rerum gestarum" samt en förteckning över Verelius skrifter som Schenberg enligt Warmholtz fått av Stiernman. Warmholtz ansåg det för väl att eftervärlden varit av en annan uppfattning än Verelius själv, inte bara på grund av de goda ting den innehåller utan även för "... des sköna historiska styl, hvaruti Verelius var en mästare". Schenberg gav samma år även ut "Vereliana", som innehåller ett urval av Verelius mindre skrifter, brev m.m.
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet [SE]
2008-08-30 18:08:22
Milton, John
London: Printed for J. Tonson (etc. ), 1730. The Sixth Edition, Corrected; first impression (see Coleridge 188); 16mo (16.5 cm. tall), [3 leaves] (beginning with title, [A][sup]1), 352 pp., frontis, full calf binding rubbed with small chip at head of spine, a few short cuts on back cover and front cover reattached, modern book label, unrelated inscription on front free endpaper and name of previous owner on title, text age toned with damp staining at margins and corners that extends into text, still sound and entirely readable. Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Zubal-Books [Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.]
2008-07-29 17:00:29
Bistum Tournai].
O. O. u. Dr., [wohl 1730]. (2), 24 SS. Mit Holzschnittinitiale und Holzschnittkopfstück. Geheftet. Folio. Seltene Sendschrift des Bischofs von Tournai (wohl François de Caillebot de La Salle, 1652-1736) an Karl VI. (als römisch-deutscher Kaiser auch Herr über die Österreichischen Niederlande). Die "Rescription" bezieht sich auf "la lettre de Votre Majesté [.], qui requiert son avis sur les deux Requêtes presentées par le Frere du Bocage [.]; & resservant de son avis il prend la liberté d'exposer avec le même respect aux yeux de Votre Majesté ce qui suit." Es folgt ein "Exposé du fait" in 133 Artikeln, am Schluß gezeichnet "Grau, Secretaire". - Papierbedingt durchgehend gebräunt; am oberen rand recht knapp beschnitten; das dritte Blatt eingefaltet. Einige kl. Randläsuren; untere innere Ecke mit durchgehendem Ausschnitt (kein Textverlust). In Bibliothekskatalogen international nicht nachweisbar. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2008-07-20 22:15:23
VERELIUS, OLOF.
una cum auctoris vita ac catalogo scriptorum, nec non hypomnematibus ac prfatione max. reverendi Lincop. archi-prpos. dni. mag. A. O. Rhyzelii, adjecto necessario indice, propriis, impensis edidit Petrus Schenberg. Sthlm, J. L. Horrn, 1730. 4:o. Grav. portr§tt,(28),284 s. Titelbladet tryckt i rtt och svart. Ngt ntt samtida pergamentbd. St§nkta snitt. Enstaka lager- och smfl§ckar. Liten samtida lagning i vre hrnet p s. 163. Med C. Hglinds namnteckning, §garanteckningen 'ÄùSincere & Moderate'Äù och Johan Sjstrms namnteckning. Warmholtz 2517. Bibliotheca Rudbeckiana 770. Portr§ttet §r graverat av E. Geringius. Verelius ungdomsverk i svensk och gtisk historia hade l§nge cirkulerat i avskrifter innan det utgavs av Peter Schenberg med ett frord av A. O. Rhyzelius. Dess v§rde ligger enligt Lindroth inte s mycket i de historiska skildringarna, som fljer sina gtiska fregngare utan strre originalitet, utan i arbetets utm§rkta latinska stilistik. Olof Rudbeck d.§:s vers till minne av Verelius upptar fyra av prelimin§rsidorna och trycktes frsta gngen 1682.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2008-07-07 20:27:27
Covens J., Mortier C.
Amsterdam: Covens & Mortier , 1730. VG, scarce, hand colored on heavy paper. A small stain at right upper corner at far edge of a generous margin. Minimal chipping at upper and right edges. Lower centerfold tear barely noticeable and repaired verso with archival tape. A handsome map of the eastern hemisphere, with just the shell of western Australia, Madagascar under its old name (Menuthias Island), after De L'Isle. The date is approximate, as the combined house of Covens and Mortier began about 1721, and was a prominent force in Dutch mapmaking. The image is a globe of 18.5 inches in diameter..
Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books [Crozet, VA, U.S.A.]
2008-06-13 19:47:29
Osmanisches Reich -
Kupferstich-Karte, M. Seutter, Augsburg ca. 1730, alt grenz- und flächenkoloriert. Ca. 50 x 58 cm. Zeigt das Osmanische Reich in seiner gewaltigen Ausdehnung von Griechenland und Ägypten bis in den heutigen Irak und auf die arabische Halbinsel. Links unten große unkolorierte Titelkartusche mit Meilenzeiger und separater Stechersignatur "Abraham Drentwet Junior del.", Gradnetz. Die Karte ist ca. 1730 zu datieren: Seutter firmiert als Kaiserlicher Geograph, die Karte trägt aber noch nicht das kaiserliche Privileg, welches 1741 verliehen wurde. Schönes Altkolorit ! The map shows the Ottoman Empire in its tremendous enlargement from Greek and Egypt up to today's Irak and the Arabian Peninsula. At the left bottom we find an uncoloured title cartouche with benchmarks and seperated signature "Abraham Drentwet Junior del.". Graticule. Nice old colour!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2008-06-05 23:37:34
Ariosto, Lodovico.
Venice, Stefano Orlandini, 1730. Boards, Folio (39 cm); 2 volumes: [50], 576; [4] 400 pages, and 52 engraved plates. Half title present, first title printed in red and black, with engraved vignette on title page. Full-page portrait of the author by C. Orsolini. Second title within engraved border by Giuseppe Filosi. Section title to the Commedia within woodcut allegorical border. Fifty-one full-page engravings by Filosi and by Giuliano Giampicoli, within one of 3 elaborate borders, one signed Filosi. Woodcut head- and tailpieces. Poetry in italic type, prose in Roman type. Bound in recent quarter leather over buckram-covered boards, with seven panel, leather title labels in period style. Bright and crisp impressions, clean and fresh text. References: Agnelli Ravegnani I,3 ("Bella e pregevole edizione"); Morazzoni 213 and plates IV and V; Gamba 60; Brunet I,437; Graesse I,199; Melzi 173; Harthan, 164. Very Good ¶ Splendid illustrated edition of Ariosto's works, considered the culmination of 17th-century baroque styles of Venetian book design and the first emergence of the 18th-century neoclassical flowering. Ariosto's new status as a monumental Italian poet is reflected in the format of these massive volumes, representing the first appearance of the Orlando Furioso in folio in Italian. (In the 16th and 17th centuries, which saw countless quarto editions, Ariosto had not yet reached Parnassus.) This copy features strong, clean impressions of the plates, including the Orsolini's great portrait, and fifty-one elaborate, full-page allegories ahead of each cant … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio, ABAA [Tuxedo, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-05-27 11:42:22
Homann, Johann Baptist:
Bookseller: Bryars and Bryars [United Kingdom]
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2008-02-27 23:29:28
(Jamaica) Seutter, Matthias
(Augsburg: c. 1730). Contemporary coloring. 1 vols. 22 1/4 x 19 1/4 inches. Early Map of Jamaica. Kapp no. 56, The Printed Maps of Jamaica to 1825. Framed and glazed.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2008-02-06 21:18:23
MOLL, Herman (1654-1732)
London: H. Moll, T. & J. Bowles, P. Overton & J. King, [circa 1730]. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour, in excellent condition. 25 3/4 x 41 inches. Moll's highly decorative map of Russia, dedicated to Czar Peter the Great An imperialist at heart, Herman Moll did little to disguise his admiration for Czar Peter the Great (ruled 1683-1725), to whom this map was dedicated. Peter's aspirations for a greater Russia required access to both the Baltic and Black Seas. By the time this map was conceived, he had secured access to both by hard-won military campaigns over Sweden and the Ottomans. Accordingly, an inset on this map features the new Russian port on the Sea of Asof (Asov), an arm of the Black Sea. The cartouche is a resplendent tribute to Peter, who is depicted in an oval draped with laurels, while above angels and cherubs celebrate his accomplishments, and his vanquished foes wallow below. Moll incorporated new geographical information in this map which came from surveys commissioned by the Czar. The present map was part of Herman Moll's magnificent folio work, a New and Compleat Atlas. Moll was the most important cartographer working in London during his era, a career that spanned over fifty years. His origins have been a source of great scholarly debate; however, the prevailing opinion suggests that he hailed from the Hanseatic port city of Bremen, Germany. Joining a number of his countrymen, he fled the turmoil of the Scanian Wars for London, and in 1678 is first recorded as working there as an engraver for Moses Pitt on the production of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2008-02-01 08:18:48
(Map, World) Ottens, R. & I
Amsterdam: Ottens, c. 1730. Contemporary hand-colored. 1 vols. Folio c. 23 x 18 inches. Framed and glazed.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2008-01-20 10:03:59
sconosciuto
campana pompeo, 1730. Used. Ril., cm 21,5x15, pp 104, frgio xil. sul front. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS [Foligno, PG, Italy]
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