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2018-05-08 00:13:02
RAMIER DE LA RAUDIÈRE ].
S.l.n.d., Aux Dépens de l'Auteur par qui chaque exemplaire sera signé, (Hollande, vers 1760). in-12. 1f. 199pp. (i.e. 197). 1f. Maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs orné, guirlande dorée autour des plats, chiffre doré au centre, tranches dorées (Reliure anglaise de l'époque). Seconde édition augmentée, la première sous le nouveau titre de "La Lyre Protestante", d'un recueil littéraire publié d'abord vers 1756 sous le titre de "l'Ulissipeade". Elle se compose des pièces suivantes: "Epitre à une Dame des plus distinguées de La Haye", "L'Ulisspeade, poème sur les Calamités de Lisbonne par les Tremblements de Terre, l'incendie et l'excessif reflux de la Mer", "Discours sur les Tremblements de Terre", "L'Archi-Heros admiré de tout l'Univers dans la Personne Sacrée de Frédéric le Grand Roi de Prusse", "L'Equilibre Reconquis, Poëme ou la Balance de l'Europe mise aux Niveaux", "Pièces Fugitives", "La Prière Universelle". Comme les autres ouvrages de cet auteur, celui-ci comporte sa signature autographe sur le titre et n'a pas été mis dans le commerce. "Cet ouvrage parut en Hollande vers 1760; l'auteur signa tous les exemplaires. Le livre ne fut pas mis en vente; il était adressé sous enveloppe à des personnages puissants et considérés" (Barbier). Quelques lignes également autographes figurent sur le feuillet d'errata. On sait apparemment peu de choses de Ramier de la Raudière. Il était protestant, vécut à Tournay en Belgique et sa production littéraire est marquée par la réflexion philosophique et des idées de fraternité et de tolérance. Outre "La Lyre Protestante" il est l'auteur de quelqu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-05-08 00:09:04
MANUSCRIT) RAMEZAY (Jean Baptiste Nicolas Roch de) / VAUDREUIL (Pierre de Rigaud de Cavagnal, marquis de)
A Paris le 6 mai 1760 / Québec, presses de John Lovell, 1861. 1760 5 pp. à la plume sur 2 doubles ff. in-folio .(380 x 238 mm), le 4e blanc qui porte le magnifique filigrane entier de Van der Ley, ruban en soie bleue dorigine (traces des plis denvoi, quelques taches et salissures d'usage, bel état de conservation) / 1 vol in 8° de [2] ff., 84, 38 pp. (dédicace à l'encre sur le titre à W Lighthall, maire de Montréal, mar P.S. Murphy, président de la société littéraire et historique de Québec). Chemise, étui modernes (atelier Devauchelle, Paris). / Reliure plein chagrin brun souple, dos lisse titré à l'or en long. Manuscrit original du mémoire relatant les brillants états de service de J. B de Ramesey, dernier commandant militaire de la ville de Québec avant sa chute le 18 septembre 1759, document principal produit pour sa défense lors de son procès. Le document porte la signature de Pierre de Rigaud de Cargnial, marquis de Vaudreuil (Québec, 1698 Paris, 1778), qui fit une carrière dofficier dans les troupes de la Marine. Il fût gouverneur de la Louisiane de (1743-1752) puis, reprenant un poste jadis occupé par son père, il devint gouverneur général de la Nouvelle-France en 1755, ce qui en fit un des principaux acteurs de la guerre contre les anglais qui sacheva, en 1760, par la perte de ce territoire. Jean Baptiste Nicolas Roch de Ramezay (Montréal 1708 Blaye, 1777), fils cadet de Claude de Ramezay (1659-1724, gouverneur de Trois-Rivières de 1690 à 1699 et de Montréal de 1704 à 1724 et gouverneur par intérim de la Nouvelle-France de 1714 à 1716, et qui érigea le « Châtea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: J-F Letenneur Livres Rares [France, Saint Briac sur Mer]
2018-05-06 19:57:44
Pope, Alexander and Warburton, Mr
1760 F 1st Edition A Millar, J and R Tonson, C Bathurst, R Baldwin, W Johnston, J Richardson, B Law, S Crowder, T Longman, T Field and T Caslon. H Hardcover Good No Jacket Nine volumes (complete). A lovely VERY RARE complete set of Pope's works published just a few years after his death. The books include the final edits and comments made by Pope on his deathbed. The books are fully bound in leather. The morroco spine has gilt decoration and titling. The books are serene and dignified. The covers of all the volumes have have wear from shelving and storage but this adds to their character rather than affecting the security or aspect. The spines are strong, genial, august. They have five ridges, six panels. The pages for all volumes have printer markings at the feet of the pages. Printing impressions are fresh. The contents throughout all of the books are in very, very good condition. They are bright and jejeune - startlingly, excitingly so considering their age. Volume 1: Juvenile Poems. The boards have wear to the faces and shelving nudging to the corners. They are firm and tight. Inside, the handpressed paper is firm and looks fresh. The font is clear. Volume 2: Translations and Imitations. Once again the boards are sturdy and sound. The edges and faces have some wear and scuffing. They are assured. Inside, the pages are thrillingly clean and pleasant. Volume 3: Moral Essays. The boards have some mild wear to the edges and corners. The faces have scuffing. They are healthy and hale. Inside, the frontis pages have some light storage marks. Once again, the pages are happily … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Chapter 1 Books [ZA]
2018-05-05 19:03:10
Justi, Johann Heinrich Gottlieb von
Ulm, Frankfurt, Leipzig. Baumische Handlung 1760-1763. 1760 8vo. 28 nn. S., 1320 Spalten; 982 Spalten; 8 nn. S., 902 Spalten. HLdr. der Zeit. Einband stark beschabt und bestoßen, Rücken aufgeplatzt mit kleinen Fehlstücken, Hinterdeckel angebrochen, vereinzelte Seiten mit farbigen Anstreichungen und Marginalien, Seitenkanten altersgemäß gebräunt, sonst Buchblock in gutem Zustand. Versand D: 4,80 EUR
Bookseller: HENNWACK - Berlins größtes Antiquariat [Germany]
2018-05-04 10:24:22
(ALGAROTTI FRANCESCO).
PARIGI, BRIASSON (MA VENEZIA), 1760. "In-8ø; 182 pp., vignetta al frontespizio e diverse decorazioni tipografiche; legatura d'epoca in tutto cartone alla rustica (segni di usura al dorso). Astuccio moderno. Buon esemplare, a pieni margini con barbe." "Prima edizione. Relazione epistolare del
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-04-29 20:08:22
Angles y Gortari, Matias.
In Genova,( Lugano, Agnelli ), 1760. 8°, pp. 4, 136, legato con " Copia del Ynforme que hizo en la Villa de Potosy Sobre los punctos que han sido causa de las discordias sucedidas en la Ciudad de Asuncion de la Provincia del Paraguay,y del testimonio de la Carta.....," SL. SD. ( 1731 ? ), pp. 60., legatura coeva in pergamena rigida, tagli rossi. Legatura con piccoli difetti alla cuffia superiore, lievi aloni e qualche traccia d'uso, bella copia genuina. Palau Y Dulcet (2. ed.) vol.21 p.500, C. Caldelari, Bibliografia luganese del Settecento. Le edizioni Agnelli di Lugano. Libri-periodici. Bellinzona, 1999, n. 356. Raro rapporto ferocemente anti-gesuita della rivolta dei Comuneros ad Asuncion.
Bookseller: Luigi Cellerino Libri Rari [IT]
2018-04-27 15:11:29
The Church of England
John Baskerville & B. Dod, Cambridge. MDCCLX. 1760. True First Printing. Earliest known state. Large 8vo. Contemporaneous binding in full red calf with gilt decorations and dentelles. Colour marbled endpapers. AEG. All First State points. "Price Six Shillings and Sixpence, Unbound" printed at lower title page; single column text throughout (long lines set in Great Primer typeface) with decorated 'lozenge and star' border designs. "George Prince of Wales" stated at quires B8, C6, D2. Superb condition. Pages clean and supple. No inscriptions. Binding in lovely condition. joints and hinges fine, leather and gilt decs bright. Highly attractive and extremely scarce in this true first state printing. VG+ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wheeler's Bookshop [Midhurst, West Sussex, United Kingdom]
2018-04-27 14:02:04
Law, William
(FRANKLIN PRINTING). Law, William. An Extract from a Treatise . called, The Spirit of Prayer; or, The Soul Rising out of the Vanity of Time, into the Riches of Eternity. Philadelphia: B. Franklin, and D. Hall, 1760. 47 p. Removed from a bound volume. Large dampstain on first several leaves, leaf C3 with a piece torn from the outer margin costing several letters. First American edition. Evans 8633; Miller 731. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Joseph J. Felcone Inc., ABAA [Princeton, NJ, U.S.A.]
2018-04-25 19:12:49
PIRANESE Giovanni Battista
Suite de 28 gravures, plus les quatre pages de titre, elles aussi gravées, sur vélin fort, à grandes marges, en un volume In folio à l'italienne plein cuir fauve, 550x435mm, double filet à froid sur les plats. Titre gravé, 355x245mm à la cuvette, deuxième titre 295 x 165mm à la cuvette 3 titre 495x165mm à la cuvette.. Ponte di Rimino Indice dellie Tavole conetenute in quest'Opera (avec des erreurs dans la présentation et la numérotation des planches) planche 5 : Veduta delle' Arco fabricato in onore d'Augusto Cav. Piranesi inc.en marge inférieure le numéro dans la planche angle supérieur droit.397x257 à l cuvette. Planche 6 : Parto del Foro di Nerva , numéro dans la planche angle supérieur droit. 270x136mm à la cuvette. Planche 7 : Arco di Tito in Roma 265x130mm à la cuvette, numéro dans la planche partie supérieure droite. Planche 9 : Arco Di Constatino in Roma. Piranesi F au bas à gauche dans la gravure. Le numéro 9 est à peine visible, noyé dans les hachures. Planche11: Tempo di Giano et Arco degli Argentieri eretto a settimio Severo in Roma. Piranes Fecit , numéro dans la gravure angla supérieur droit. 266x135mm à la cuvette Planche 12 : Anfiteatro Flavius dessto il colosseo in Roma. Piranese fecit dans la marge inférieure gauche ainsi que le numéro. 273x135mm à la cuvette. Planche 13 : Arco di Settimio. 1) Tempo della concordia 2) Salta di camidoglio. Piranesi s. en marge inférieure droite Israël Silvestre del en marge inférieure gauche.. Planche 14 Ponte Senatorio aggi deto ponte Rotto 1)Tempio di Vesta-2) Tempio della Fortuna virile-3) Porte dell'antico Palat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Charbonnel [France, Bar le Duc]
2018-04-25 06:27:49
Tasso Torquato
Antonio Groppo, 1760. 2 volumes. First Groppo Edition. Superbly illustrated with very fine engravings throughout including a very finely engraved full-page frontispiece by Novelli, a beautifully engraved title page in red and black, with finely engraved vignettes and head and tail pieces throughout, a very fine full page engraving of the author by Agostino Caracci, and with 20 very beautifully executed full page engravings by J. Leonardus from the designs of Bernardo Castello from 1617. The "Argomentos" all with elaborate engraved and intricate borders, the first large multi-line initial of each canto finely historiated with engraved figures, and additionally, 94 fine and large engravings are included within the text after designs by Novelli and executed for the edition by Leonardus. 4to, in fine full antique vellum over stiff boards with yap edges and marbled endpapers, the spines with a brick-red morocco title labels gilt lettered and decorated and a smaller brown morocco volume labels also gilt decorated and lettered. An Oates Family copy with engraved armorial plates of William Edward, Edward and Robert Washington Oates, founders of the Oates Museum and the Oates Collection at University of Southampton. (2), XXX, 364; XII, 360. A wonderful set in exemplary condition, extremely fresh and clean, the paper unpressed and the impression is bold, dark and fine. A RARE, IMPORTANT AND VERY BEAUTIFUL EDITION OF THIS CLASSIC OF ITALIAN LITERATURE. The edition has long been considered one of the richest and most magnificent of the many editions of Tasso printed over the centuries. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. [US]
2018-04-23 01:43:54
[DOUGLAS, John]
(). [DOUGLAS, John]. A Letter Addressed to Two Great Men, on the Prospect of Peace; and on the Terms Necessary to be Insisted upon in the Negociation. From the Second Edition, Corrected. Boston: Re-printed, and Sold by Fowle and Draper, 1760. 1st American ed. 43 pp. Disbound. Toned and very light scattered foxing, else a very good copy. HOWES L-276. Evans 8584. Rare, OCLC locates only 9 copies. No copies have appeared at auction in the last 50 years. The anonymous author, John Douglas (1721-1807), was the Bishop of Salisbury, and a scholar. A friend of Adam Smith. Douglas wrote many pamphlets of a political nature and, most famously, defended John Milton against a charge of plagiarism for Paradise Lost. Douglas's patron was the Earl of Bath and the Dictionary of National Biography attributes this current pamphlet to Douglas "with Lord Bath's advice." The "two great men" are the Duke of Newcastle and William Pitt and the subject is the Seven Years' War. England allied herself with Prussia against Austria, Russia, and France, and used the War as an opportunity to curb France's power in America, especially Canada--to great success. The War in North America ended after the surrender at Montreal of the French Army in Canada. This pamphlet argues that England acquire Canada rather than territory in the West Indies. After the Treaty of Paris in 1763, France ceded all claims to Canada, all lands west of the Mississippi, and some of the West Indies, making England the major colonial power in North America. This discussion of limiting France's American colonies led FRanklin to write … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: George S MacManus Company [Bryn Mawr, PA, UNITED STATES]
2018-04-21 01:00:54
[Lyttelton, George]; [Montagu, Elizabeth]
London: W. Sandby, in Fleet-street, 1760. First edition of this collection of imagined conversations between historical figures, featuring three contributions by Elizabeth Montagu, "Queen of the Bluestockings." Dialogues of the dead, as a genre, date back to Lucian and Erasmus, but were particularly suited for the eighteenth-century English literary salon, where a balance of classical learning and conversational wit was prized. In this volume, Louis IV speaks with Peter the Great, Fernando Cortez with William Penn, Lucian with Rabelais, and Pericles with Cosimo de Medici. The primary author of the dialogues is George Lyttleton, later secretary to the Prince of Wales and Chancellor of the Exchequer. An "amiable, absent-minded man," Lyttleton was a patron of Alexander Pope and Henry Fielding, who dedicated Tom Jones to him, and was so well known for his inattention that he became a cautionary tale in one of Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son (DNB). The final three dialogues were contributed anonymously by Lyttleton's friend Elizabeth Montagu, whose London salon was frequented by the likes of Edmund Burke, David Garrick, Joshua Reynolds, Horace Walpole, and Samuel Johnson, although Montagu would later sever ties with Johnson over his caustic treatment of Lyttleton in Lives of the Poets. These three conversations represent Montagu's first appearance in print, and her only work to be published in her lifetime besides her 1769 Essay on the Writings and Genius of Shakespear. In her final dialogue, between a disapproving Plutarch and "a modern bookseller," Montagu offers a sat … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-04-17 08:48:40
JUSTI (Von) JOH. HEINR. GOTTLOB
Konigsberg und Leipzig, Jo. Heinrich Hartungs Erden, 1760-61, 2 voll. in 4; solida leg. cart. rustico originale; 12 cc.n. + pp. 782 + 5 tabelle più volte ripieg. f.t.; 8 cc.n.n. + pp. 651. Numerosi fregi tipogr. in legno (testate, finalini animati) sparsi n.t. ESEMPL. OTTIMO E CON OTTIMI MARGINI (sottili tracce di tali a gruppi di pp. qua e là ma praticamente quasi sempre ai margini bianchi; leggerissime bruniture uniformi causa la qualità della carta). Edizione originale rara di una delle opere principali del noto economista e politico tedesco (Brucken, 1720 – Kustrin in Polonia, 1771) docente del Theresianum di Vienna, uno dei consiglieri delle miniere di Gottinga e direttore delle miniere di Berlino. Einaudi; 3103. Kress Library, 5863.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Tonini [Ravenna, Italy]
2018-04-17 01:01:44
Lyttelton, George]; [Montagu, Elizabeth]
W. Sandby, in Fleet-street, London, 1760. First edition of this collection of imagined conversations between historical figures, featuring three contributions by Elizabeth Montagu, "Queen of the Bluestockings." Dialogues of the dead, as a genre, date back to Lucian and Erasmus, but were particularly suited for the eighteenth-century English literary salon, where a balance of classical learning and conversational wit was prized. In this volume, Louis IV speaks with Peter the Great, Fernando Cortez with William Penn, Lucian with Rabelais, and Pericles with Cosimo de Medici. The primary author of the dialogues is George Lyttleton, later secretary to the Prince of Wales and Chancellor of the Exchequer. An "amiable, absent-minded man," Lyttleton was a patron of Alexander Pope and Henry Fielding, who dedicated Tom Jones to him, and was so well known for his inattention that he became a cautionary tale in one of Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son (DNB). The final three dialogues were contributed anonymously by Lyttleton's friend Elizabeth Montagu, whose London salon was frequented by the likes of Edmund Burke, David Garrick, Joshua Reynolds, Horace Walpole, and Samuel Johnson, although Montagu would later sever ties with Johnson over his caustic treatment of Lyttleton in Lives of the Poets. These three conversations represent Montagu's first appearance in print, and her only work to be published in her lifetime besides her 1769 Essay on the Writings and Genius of Shakespear. In her final dialogue, between a disapproving Plutarch and "a modern bookseller," Montagu offers a sati … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers, ABAA [Brooklyn, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-04-16 02:06:56
MONTRESOR, JAMES GABRIEL (1702-1776). Military Engineer. Appointed chief engineer on the 1754 expedition to North America where he remained in that capacity for 6 years (for which see DNB):
Finely bound 20th Century full dark blue crushed morocco, gilt decorative panel to sides with corner ornaments, edges of boards decorated in gilt, spine gilt lettered direct & gilt ruled in compartments; fine. Some browning within and old glue marking, small old puncture to first two leaves with loss of a few letters.No place, no date, c.1760's. The first leaf is the "Proposal"- "For forming the Establishment of Engineers into a regular Corps composed of proper artificers, and divided into nine Companies, distinctly trained, for the execution of the several works required in Camps, Sieges, & Garrison'd towns, Including directions relative to the construction of military superstructures; with the Conduct, Discipline, Cloathing, Arms & Exercise, of each respective Company. The whole calculated for the advancement of his Majesty's Service, the Retrenchment of the present national expense, & Employment of number of Military Artificers now destitute of support. By Lieut.Coll. James Montresor, Director of Engineers".The "Proposal" leaf is followed by an 8-page introduction in which he is highly critical of the present situation of the Engineers ".......Experience proves that the Art of War has been considerably improved within these few years in every particular, except that - though not the least important - assigned to Engineers. Considering the great utility of it; tis matter of wonder from when this neglect can proceed........................The grand source from when these Irregularities and Defects which so generally attend this Service appear to be want of fixed rules, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bristow and Garland [United Kingdom]
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2018-04-13 13:33:46
HENNING, Christoph Daniel].
Frankfurt und Leipzig 1760.. HAUSMITTEL - 8°. 556 S., 1 nn. Bll. (Titelbl. d. 7. Slg), S. 557-781 (=782) S., mit 10 gest. Taf. (dav. 8 gef.), 22 nn. Bll. (Gesamtregister), Haupttitel (Doppelblatt) in Rot- u. Schwarzdruck, mit Kopfleisten, Initialen u. Schlussvignetten. Lederband d. Zeit, mit zwei Rückenschildchen, Rückenverzierung goldgeprägt, Schnitt rot marmoriert, Ecken etwas bestoßen, Einbanddeckel berieben, etwas zerkratzt, mit wenigen Wurmgängen, Rückengoldprägung abgerieben, Rückenschildchen und Gelenke schadhaft, Einbanddeckel etwas locker. Seiten u. Tafeln braunfleckig, einige Blätter randrissig, vorderes fliegendes Vorsatzblatt halb weggerissen u. mit vorderem Schmutzumschlagblatt verklebt, einige Tafeln fachgerecht restauriert. Mit Namensstempel am vorderen unbedruckten Blatt verso u. altem handschriftlichem Namenszug am vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt (Jos. Sailer), e. Widmung am vorderen unbedruckten Blatt avers (Schon dreißig Jahre bist du alt ?), sowie zahlr. dezenten Bleistiftanstreichungen an den Blatträndern u. Bleistiftberechnungen u. Notizen am hinteren Innendeckel. VD18 10568719. Vgl. Thieme-B. 16,406f. - Gesamtausgabe von neun, auch einzeln erschienenen, 'Sammlungen' überlieferter Hausmittel und handwerklicher Kniffe, verlegt und illustriert vom Nürnberger Kupferstecher und Kunsthändler Christoph Daniel Henning (1734-1795?). Interessante und nur in wenigen Bibliotheken vorhandene Quelle zur Kultur- und Warengeschichte.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker [Wien, Austria]
2018-04-09 13:54:17
ORSCHALL (Johann Christian)
Paris, Hardy, 1760. pl. veau marbré époque, dos lisse orné, qq. très lég. mouillures claires en marge sinon bon exemplaire. Edition originale traduite de l'allemand par le Baron d'Holbach. L'auteur a été pour un temps inspecteur des Mines du Landgrave de Hesse-Cassel, mais il fut vite remercié. Il traite des opérations qu'exigent les mines de Cuivre et de Plomb, la façon de traiter les mines d'Or et d'Argent et la manière de tirer le Soufre, mais aussi de nombreuses expérimentations et procédés particuliers. Orschall s'intéressait en effet à l'alchimie, et il reste connu pour sa description d'un procédé pour obtenir de faux rubis par teinture du verre. Ferguson II.156 "He made attempts to extract a purple color out of gold without the gold itself" - Duveen p.441 in 12, de XXXII-394 pp. 1f. d'errata, 1 planche gravée se dépl. et une figure in t., [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [Saint Xandre - La Rochelle, --, France]
2018-04-03 21:08:35
Milton, John
Birmingham: John Baskerville for J. and R. Tonson, 1760. Third Edition. 8vo (9-1/2" x 6-1/2"). Both volumes red leather, gilt edges, marbled endpapers, possible later rebinding with original spines, spine labels: Milton's Poetical Works, corners bumped. Vol. I lxxii, [20 subscriber's list], [6], [3]-416pp., title label on spine missing left half, lower cover detached, PO signature (faded) to title-page and i. Vol. II [4], [6]-390pp., PO (Eliza Dulany 1780-1841) signature (faded) to title-page and half-title, clear tape repairs to verso of half-title, page 387 1" tear and fold marks. Very good.
Bookseller: Liberty Book Store [USA]
2018-04-03 15:11:35
The Church of England
John Baskerville & B. Dod, Cambridge. MDCCLX. 1760. True First Printing. Earliest known state. Large 8vo. Contemporaneous binding in full red calf with gilt decorations and dentelles. Colour marbled endpapers. AEG. All First State points. "Price Six Shillings and Sixpence, Unbound" printed at lower title page; single column text throughout (long lines set in Great Primer typeface) with decorated 'lozenge and star' border designs. "George Prince of Wales" stated at quires B8, C6, D2. Superb condition. Pages clean and supple. No inscriptions. Binding in lovely condition. joints and hinges fine, leather and gilt decs bright. Highly attractive and extremely scarce in this true first state printing. VG+ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wheeler's Bookshop [Midhurst, West Sussex, United Kingdom]
2018-04-01 09:36:05
Giulini Giorgio.
appresso Giambattista Bianchi, 1760. 12 volumi in-4° (cm. 25,3), solida legatura coeva in p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro ai dorsi, tagli rossi; carte in ottimo stato, con 80 tavole illustrative in rame f.t. anche ripiegate (ritratto dell'autore, vedute della città, monumenti, oggetti d'arte e d'antichità, chiese, palazzi, eccetera), 2 grandi piante ripiegate f.t. al volume IX (topografica della città medievale e corografica dell'agro milanese) e molte illustrazioni in rame n.t.; qualche sporadica brunitura e segno d'uso, macchie a un paio di carte, due fogli di correzioni al tomo IX intercalati anziché in fine. Prima edizione della monumentale opera storiografica completa di tutte le tavole e dei tre volumi della Continuazione. «Ogni lato dell'intensa vita di una grande città per otto o nove secoli ha qui uno sviluppo narrativo secondo che l'ampiezza della cognizione storica lo richiede volta per volta, sì che più che una storia di Milano, abbiamo un De Rebus Mediolanensibus nel più ampio significato della parola» [Venturini, Storia di Milano]. Cfr. Predari 151; Hoepli 711; Lozzi 2634. Ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi [IT]
2018-03-25 00:02:22
CRISTIANI Girolamo Francesco
Brescia, Giambatista Rossini, 1760. In-4° (28 x 21), pp. XXIII+208, con una bella antiporta allegorica incisa su rame da G. Giampiccoli su disegno di F. Monti, una vignetta in rame al frontespizio, 3 belle iniziali in rame, e 2 tavv. in rame ripiegate f.t. al termine. Cartonatura coeva alla rustica. Qualche traccia d'uso ai primi ff., ma fresco es. a pieni margini intonsi. (8062) Prima e bella edizione di questo trattato del matematico bresciano Girolamo Francesco Cristiani (Brescia, 1731 - Verona, 1811), da poco divenuto "ingegnere della Serenissima", che costituisce anche la sua prima e importante pubblicazione a stampa. Nella sua attività al servizio della Repubblica il Cristiani contribuì anche ai numerosi progetti di sistemazione idraulica (in particolare del bacino del Brenta) promossi in quei decenni. Nello stesso anno della pubblicazione di quest'opera il Cristiani fu anche nominato "Capitano Ingegnere di Terra Ferma", ed egli fu il primo ad occupare tale carica, di nuova istituzione. Quest'opera documenta anche l'incipiente interesse del Cristiani per la teoria e la pratica dell'architettura civile, che fu poi sviluppato in un successivo trattato del 1767, Dell'armonica proporzione da applicarsi nell'architettura civile. L'opera, divisa in sei parti, sviluppa l'argomento in tutti i suoi aspetti e, nella parte finale, tratta in modo originale anche l'idrodinamica, campo allora in significativa evoluzione. D.B.I., XXXI/p. 18: "Fu ben giudicato da matematici come Poleni e Marzagaglia". Fowler Coll.. n. 95; Riccardi, I/col. 383: "Utile trattato". Comolli, Bibl. Archite … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-03-23 11:25:59
TASSO Torquato
Nuova edizione arricchita di figure in rame, e d'annotazioni colla Vita dell'autore. presso Antonio Groppo, Venezia, 1760-1761. In-4 p. (mm. 307x205), 2 volumi, mz. pergamena mod., fregi e tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli a spruzzo, pp. (2),XXX,364; XII,360; titolo in rosso e nero. L'opera molto ben illustrata da: antiporta, ritratto del poeta in ovale "vera effigie copiata dall'originale delineato al vivo da Agostino Carracci"; vignette allegoriche ai frontespizi e altre 75 intercalate nel t.; ad ogni canto belle cornici floreali racchiudono gli argomenti;con grandi iniziali figurate e finali, tutto finemente inc. in rame da Jac. Leonardis, su disegni di Pier A. Novelli (Serassi). Le 20 bellissime tavole f.t., una per ogni canto, sono composizioni di Bernardo Castelli (tratte dall'ediz. del 1617), tutte in pregevoli cornici decorate, pure inc. in rame dal Leonardis. Splendida edizione, corredata da note e osservazioni di Scipione Gentili e Giulio Gustavini.Cfr. Raccolta Tassiana Bibl. A. Mai, 270: "..questa edizione merita di essere annoverata fra le piu' belle e ornate che si abbiano della Gerusalemme.." - Gamba,948: "Cio' che fece il Novelli per questa edizione si vide poi eseguito dagli artisti moderni che ornarono le stampe dell'Ariosto, dell'Allighieri e del Tasso medesimo" -Morazzoni, pag. 256.Bello e fresco esemplare, molto ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2018-03-23 06:58:15
[COLPORTAGE]
Troyes, Jean Garnier, s.d. (ca 1760). 1 vol. in-4°, demi-parchemin bradel, titre doré au dos. Reliure du XXe s. Ex-libris au contreplat de Pierre Cheymol. Non rogné, à toutes marges, avec témoins. 2 bois gravés dans le texte, 124 pp. Rare édition de colportage parue dans la bibliothèque bleue de Troyes, de ce roman de chevalerie du cycle des Douze Pairs, publié pour la première fois à Paris en 1500. Gallien restauré fait suite à Guérin de Monglave, autre roman des Douze Pairs qui ne fut pas repris dans la bibliothèque bleue : Gallien est en effet le fils illégitime d'Olivier et de Jacqueline et les circonstances de sa naissance étaient rapportées à la fin du roman de Guérin. Après d'innombrables péripéties et une vie semée d'embûches, Gallien parvient enfin à se faire reconnaître par son père et à prendre possession, comme unique héritier de sa mère, du trône de Constantinople. Des deux tirages de l'édition imprimée par Jean Garnier, celui-ci semble être le plus rare : Morin n'en localise qu'un exemplaire, dans une collection privée. Comme le précise Morin, les trois premiers cahiers sont imprimés sur un papier plus petit que le reste du volume. Bon exemplaire. Morin, n°587; Oberlé, 77; Nisard II, 475-478.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2018-03-15 16:32:37
Selden, John; Bacon, Nathaniel, Editor
1760. London, 1760. 5th edition. Selden's Historical Discourse Selden, John [1584-1654] Bacon, Nathaniel [1593-1660], Editor, Attributed Author. An Historical and Political Discourse of the Laws and Government of England, From the First Times to the End of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. With a Vindication of the Antient Way of Parliaments in England. Collected from Some Manuscript Notes of John Selden, Esq; By Nathaniel Bacon, Of Grays Inn, Esq; Corrected and Improved by a Gentleman of the Middle-Temple. London: Printed for D. Browne and A. Millar, 1760. [iv], viii, xiii-xix, 203, [1]; xii, 178, [8] pp. Complete. Quarto (11-1/4" x 9-1/4"). Contemporary speckled calf, raised bands to spine, gilt fillets to boards, gilt-stamped title on spine rubbed away. Light rubbing and a few minor nicks and scuffs to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, joints and front hinge cracked, negligible light gatoring to spine, some chipping to spine ends, corners bumped and somewhat worn, early armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Moderate toning to text, occasional light browning to outer edges of margins. $500. * Fifth and final edition. Often attributed to Bacon, the Historical Discourse "is a sort of constitutional history of England, showing much knowledge of the development of the institutions, civil and ecclesiastical, and pervaded by a strong spirit of hostility to the claims of the royal prerogative and to hierarchical pretensions." (DNB). "The first edition having become so rare a second edition was secretly printed in 1672 which was suppressed. It was again secretly reprinted in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-03-12 08:12:44
BIELFELD Jacques-Frédéric
À La Haye, chez Pierre Gosse Junior, 1760. 2 voll. in-4° (25 x 20) di pp. (4)+IV+(2)+358+(8); pp. (6)+344+(6), con un bel ritratto f.t. in apertura del Bielfeld inciso da Houbracken, vignette in rame ai 2 frontespizi con allegoria della Mercatura, e un grande stemma inc. su rame sorretto da figure allegoriche del principe Augusto Ferdinando di Prussia in testa alla dedicatoria. Legatura piena pelle coeva, dorso a 4 nervi con fregi in oro (dorso ed angoli un pò stanchi, slabbrature della pelle dei piatti, riparate). Qualche brunitura della carta, ma buon esemplare. (4276) Prima edizione in-4° di quest'opera in cui il barone Bielfeld si riproponeva di gettare le basi di una vera e propria scienza del governo, nella guida dello stato moderno, uscendo dalla genericità dei richiami alla vecchia trattatistica secentesca e dal generico "buon senso". Largo spazio nell'opera di Bielfeld è dedicato all'economia e alle finanze: De l'Opulence de l'État en général; Des Finances; Des Manufactures; Du Commerce; De la Navigation; Des Forces de l'État; etc. La sua visione è ancora quella dei Cameralisti, ma con parecchie aperture anche sul nuovo; cita Graunt, Petty, Davenant, e svariati scrittori che avevano sviluppato i temi della "aritmetica politica". La sua opera fu scritta direttamente in francese, per avere maggior udienza in Europa. La vedova di Bielfeld diede poi alla luce nel 1772 un terzo volume, sulla base degli appunti lasciati dal marito. Il barone di Bielfeld (Amburgo, 1717-1769), fu consigliere privato del Re di Prussia e membro di numerosi consessi scientifici; fu anche comm … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-03-10 11:25:56
WAGENAAR, JAN.
Amst., Isaak Tirion, 1760-1768. 13 delen. LXVI,262, 523, 512, 504, 430, 306, 612, 788, 475, 476, 445, 543, 492,- lXXVIII pp. Frontispiece, 2 fold. engr. plans of Amsterdam,,1 fold. map of Amsterdam and surrounding area, 10 fold. eng. plts & engr. portraits. H.leather bindings. Nice complete set of the 4to edition in 13 vols. including all the engravings (!).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A. Kok & Zn. B.V.(NVvA/ILAB) [Netherlands]
2018-03-09 20:36:20
VIRGILIUS MARO Publius
Parigi, Vedova Quillan, 1760. 2 voll. in-8° (22 x 14) di pp. (4)+314; pp. 342+(2), con 2 ritratti (Virgilio e Caro) e 2 frontespizi in rame, 12 tavv. f.t. (ciascuna in corrispondenza dei canti del poema), 12 testate incise in apertura di ciascun canto, e 6 culs-de-lampe; il tutto inciso all'acquaforte da Defehrt su disegni dello Zocchi. Bella leg. coeva in piena pelle marmorizzata, dorso a 5 nervi con fregi e titoli in oro, risguardi in carta marmorizzata. Qualche lieve fioritura e traccia d'uso, ma buon es. (9735) Bella edizione figurata del testo virgiliano nella classica traduzione di Annibal Caro, curata da Giuseppe Conti, "professore nella Scuola Militare di Francia", pregevole per le illustrazioni disegnate da Giuseppe Zocchi ed incise da Defehrt ed altri. Giuseppe Zocchi (Firenze, 1717-1767), disegnatore ed incisore, definito dal Lanzi "pittore di conto", noto soprattutto per la raccolta delle vedute di Firenze, fu attivo anche nel campo dell'illustrazione del libro, ove fu influenzato dal gusto degli illustratori veneti del '700. Cohen & De Ricci, col. 1021; Mambelli, Annali ediz. virgiliane, n. 844.
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-03-09 20:36:15
VERGILIUS MARO
Parigi, Vedova Quillau, 1760. 2 voll. in-8° (21 x 13), di pp. (4)+314; pp. 342+(2), con 2 frontespizi in rame e 2 ritratti (Virgilio e Annibal Caro)f.t. in apertura dei volumi, 12 tavv. in rame f.t. in apertura di ciascun canto, 12 testatine e 6 finaletti, il tutto su disegno di Giuseppe Zocchi e incisi da Prevost, Le Veau, Tardieu, Pasquier, Defehrt ed altri. Leg. piena pelle coeva con titoli e fregi in oro ai dorsi, risguardi in carta marmorizzata. Qualche spellatura ai piatti, qualche macchiolina nel testo, ma buon es. (9644) Bella edizione parigina della celebre traduzione di Annibal Caro, illustrata con tavole, testate e finaletti eseguiti da diversi incisori parigini su disegno del noto pittore e incisore fiorentino (ma secondo alcuni di origine veneziana) Giuseppe Zocchi (1711-67), a cui si devono anche come vedutista le raccolte di vedute di Firenze e dei suoi contorni. Cohen-De Ricci, col. 1021. Mambelli, Ediz. Virgiliana, n. 844.
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-03-09 20:36:13
WATELET Claude Henry
Paris, Guerin & Delafour, 1760. In-4° (28 x 21), pp. XIX+144, con 1 antiporta figurata, 1 vignetta al frontespizio, 2 tavole fuori testo, 14 testatine e 6 finaletti, il tutto inciso su rame dall'autore. Legatura piena pelle coeva, filetti in oro ai piatti, dorso a 5 nervi ornato in oro, dentelles interna e tagli dorati. Ottimo es. (5525) Prima e bellissima edizione (nello stesso anno ne fu pubblicata anche una in-8°) di questo libro elegantemente illustrato dallo stesso Watelet, autore, tra l'altro, di molti articoli sulle Belle Arti per la grande Encyclopedie. La presente operetta, molto apprezzata dal Diderot, è dedicata ai sigg. dell'Accademia R. di Pittura, con un discorso preliminare e le riflessioni sulle diverse parti della pittura per servir di note al poema" (Cicognara, n. 1002). Tra le splendide incisioni ricordiamo, oltre agli otto ritrattini in medaglione di famosi pittori e alle 2 tavv. f.t. incise al tratto "dans lequelles sont marqués les détails de presque toutes les proportions d'une figure" dell'"Antinoüs" e della "Statue antique de Venus de Medicis", la bellissima antiporta figurata con una composizione floreale luminosa in cui il Genio rende omaggio alla Pittura e alla Poesia. Cohen De Ricci, 1051. Cicognara, 1003: "Splendida e magnifica edizione".
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-03-08 16:08:33
The Church of England
John Baskerville & B. Dod, Cambridge. MDCCLX. 1760. True First Printing. Earliest known state. Large 8vo. Contemporaneous binding in full red calf with gilt decorations and dentelles. Colour marbled endpapers. AEG. All First State points. "Price Six Shillings and Sixpence, Unbound" printed at lower title page; single column text throughout (long lines set in Great Primer typeface) with decorated 'lozenge and star' border designs. "George Prince of Wales" stated at quires B8, C6, D2. Superb condition. Pages clean and supple. No inscriptions. Binding in lovely condition. joints and hinges fine, leather and gilt decs bright. Highly attractive and extremely scarce in this true first state printing. VG+ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Wheeler's Bookshop [Midhurst, West Sussex, United Kingdom]
2018-03-07 00:40:21
Church of England. Book of Common Prayer.
John Baskerville for B. Dod, 1760. Second edition of Cambridge University printer John Baskerville's Book of Common Prayer, including the Psalter, the articles of religion, and state prayers for George II. This impression, printed in the same year as the first edition, features decorative page borders; its title-page matches the description of Gaskell's Group 2, with the third line printed in roman and the price listed as "Seven Shillings and Six Pence, unbound." The final text leaf is Ll2; there are interpolated signatures (r-z) between Q and R. Binding: Contemporary red morocco framed and panelled in gilt rolls with gilt-stamped corner fleurons, board edges and turn-ins with gilt roll; later rebacked with red morocco, spine beautifully stamped in foliate and geometric designs originally gilt but now virtually entirely black/blind. All edges gilt. Provenance: Front pastedown with armorial bookplate ("A ma puissance") of the Earl of Stamford.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
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2018-03-06 07:49:14
Schmidt, (Frédéric Samuel)
Berne, Chez Abraham Wagner, 1760. Klein-4°. Vortitel, 118 S., 4 n.n. Bl. Inhalt, 1 S. Verbesserungen. Mit 25 doppelblattgrossen gestochenen Tafeln zu den Funden von Avenches und und 9 doppelblattgrossen gestochenen Tafeln zu den Funden und einer Ansicht der Grabung von Culm. Interimspappband. Brunet V, 210. - Haller IV, 228. - Lonchamp 2413. - Erste Ausgabe. Nur die zweite Auflage enthält die Kupfer von Zingg. Friedrich Samuel Schmidt (1737 - 1796) studierte Theologie und Aegyptologie. Nach dem Theologiestud. in Bern widmete sich S. der Archäologie, insbesondere der Ägyptologie. Er war mehrfacher Preisträger der Académie des Incriptions et Belles-Lettres in Paris.Er wurde Professor in Basel, später in Karlsruhe, trat in den diplomatischen Dienst des Marktgrafenvon Baden Durlachund wurde 1790 in den Adelsstand erhoben. - Die vorliegende Publikation war die erste Veröffentlichung zu den römischen Funden der grössten römischen Siedlung der Schweiz sowie zu den Funden aus Oberkulm, Kt. Aargau. Die erste Tafel zu den Funden von Kulm dürfte die erste bildliche Darstellung einer archäologischen Grabung in der Schweiz sein.1771 erschien mit leicht abweichendem Titel eine Neuauflage im Nachdruck der Kupfer durch Adrian Zingg. - Bis auf eine Tafel mit Bräunung, fleckenloses und breitrandiges Exemplar. Mit Exlibris auf dem Innendeckel.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [CH]
2018-03-03 12:02:14
HAID, Johann Jacob Haid (1704-1767) after Jean-Marc NATTIER (1685-1766)
J. J. Haid : c.1760 : Augsburg : Mezzotint portrait, image and plate mark 310 x 193mm; leaf 381 x 251mm. Lightly foxed and dampstained but this is not visible in the image. : Gabrielle-Émilie Le Tonnelier de Breteuil, marquise du Châtelet (1706-1749) was a key figure in the French enlightenment, correspondent of Maupertuis, Leibniz and Bernoulli. She was the author of a Newtonian essay Institutions de Physique (1740) and translated the Principia into French. Voltaire was her lover and collaborator. Jean Marc Nattier, credited as the painter of the portrait, was one of the most successful and fashionable portrait artists of his day. This portrait is, however, not very like his other portraits of du Châtelet and resembles more the portrait by Marianne Loir (Musée des Beaux Arts, Bordeaux). Johann Jacob Haid founded a publishing house in Augsburg and became known primarily for the series of large mezzotint portraits after his own and other artists' drawings.
Bookseller: Roger Gaskell Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2018-02-28 11:50:54
[PUISIEUX (de)]
Paris, Nyon, Guillyn, Hardy, Paris, Nyon, Guillyn, Hardy1760 ; 4 volumes in-12°,, veau brun marbré, dos lisses ornés, pièces de titres rouges, tranches bleues jaspées, chiffres dorés sur les plats, reliure de l'époque. - EDITION ORIGINALE. 1 carte. Voyages du Docteur Pococke en Egypte. Voyages du Dr Shaw en Barbarie. - Voyage de R. Wood à Palmyre et à Balbec. - Voyage de Frédéric-Louis Norden en Egypte et en Nubie. - Voyage de M. Maundrel d'Alep à Jérusalem. Voyage de Hanway en Russie et en Perse. Voyage d'Alexandre Drummond à Chypre et en Syrie. - Description d'Alep et des pays voisins par le docteur Russel. Histoire naturelle de la Norwege par M ? Erich Pontopidan. Chadenat 5154 - Gay 112. Bel exemplaire, malgré quelques rousseurs, trous de vers aux mors. Il provient de la bibliothèque L.A. Barbet (chiffre sur les plats et cachets).
Bookseller: Librairie du Manoir de Pron [France, Montigny sur Canne]
2018-02-27 07:23:40
MILTON, John.
Birmingham: John Baskerville for J. and R. Tonson, 1760. Two volumes, royal octavo; in fine condition in striking contemporary bindings of crimson straight-grained morocco, elaborately gilt, spines lettered in gilt and with medallion decorations between raised bands, sides bordered in gilt, gilt edges. A splendid set of the famous Baskerville printing of Milton's great poem. The text established by Thomas Newton, biblical scholar and bishop of Bristol, combined with Baskerville's type to make this wonderful edition of Milton's work. Provenance: Hugh Selbourne (1906-1973), with small Selbourne Library stamp on verso of titles. Spines slightly darkened (appropriate patina); two leaves of subscribers' names in the first volume bound out of order.
Bookseller: Hordern House [Australia]
2018-02-27 02:00:36
[Lyttelton, George]; [Montagu, Elizabeth]
London: W. Sandby, in Fleet-street, 1760. First edition of this collection of imagined conversations between historical figures, featuring three contributions by Elizabeth Montagu, "Queen of the Bluestockings." Dialogues of the dead, as a genre, date back to Lucian and Erasmus, but were particularly suited for the eighteenth-century English literary salon, where a balance of classical learning and conversational wit was prized. In this volume, Louis IV speaks with Peter the Great, Fernando Cortez with William Penn, Lucian with Rabelais, and Pericles with Cosimo de Medici. The primary author of the dialogues is George Lyttleton, later secretary to the Prince of Wales and Chancellor of the Exchequer. An "amiable, absent-minded man," Lyttleton was a patron of Alexander Pope and Henry Fielding, who dedicated Tom Jones to him, and was so well known for his inattention that he became a cautionary tale in one of Lord Chesterfield's letters to his son (DNB). The final three dialogues were contributed anonymously by Lyttleton's friend Elizabeth Montagu, whose London salon was frequented by the likes of Edmund Burke, David Garrick, Joshua Reynolds, Horace Walpole, and Samuel Johnson, although Montagu would later sever ties with Johnson over his caustic treatment of Lyttleton in Lives of the Poets. These three conversations represent Montagu's first appearance in print, and her only work to be published in her lifetime besides her 1769 Essay on the Writings and Genius of Shakespear. In her final dialogue, between a disapproving Plutarch and "a modern bookseller," Montagu offers a sat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Honey & Wax Booksellers [US]
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2018-02-27 01:42:28
Massialot, François.
Breßlau und Leipzig, verlegts Daniel Pietsch, Buchhändler, 1760. Front., (7) Bll., 928 S., (8) Bll. Weißer Schweinslederband auf vier Bünden mit blindgeprägten Bordüren a.d. Rücken und ganzflächiger Blindprägung a.d. Decken. Gelenke mit passendem Material fachgerecht hinterlegt. Etwas fleckig. Rückenschild fehlt, der Titel „Neues Kochbuch“ gut lesbar. - (Bibliotheca Gastronomica 2474). - Vereinzelt Flecken. Front. mit Läsuren außerhalb der Abb. Ein recht frisches Exemplar. - Diese nach 1739 und 1747 dritte Auflage der Übersetzung ist erstmals um den Anhang "Von den Confituren" (S.847ff.) und "Kurtzgefaßtes Trenchier- und Vorlege-Büchlein" (S.903ff.) vermehrt. Sie ist deutlich seltener als die vorangegangenen deutschen und die frz. Ausgaben. MASSIALOT (Limoges 1660 - 1733 Paris) war einer der freiberuflichen Spitzenköche, die in der zweiten Hälfte des 17.Jh.s bei entsprechenden Gelegenheiten für die feine Pariser Gesellschaft und auch bei Hofe kochten." Sein Kochbuch Le cuisinier royale et bourgeois . erschien zuerst 1691 und wurde 1712 erheblich erweitert und danach 1739 ins Deutsche übertragen. Zwar musste dabei die alphabetische Ordnung des Originals aufgegeben werden, beibehalten wurden jedoch die französischen Bezeichnungen, die seither im Deutschen gebräuchlich sind. Die zweite deutsche Ausgabe von 1747 wurde durch ein angehängtes Register benutzerfreundlicher gestaltet. Abgesehen von einem neuen Vorwort folgt die vorliegende Ausgabe dieser bis S.846 (mit Kustode „Register“ am Unterrand), dem Ende des eigentlichen Kochbuchs. Darauf folgen erstmals und nur in dieser Aus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Günther Trauzettel [Stolberg, N/A, Germany]
2018-02-26 21:01:15
WARBURG:
altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Raspischer Buchhandlung, 1760, 22,5 x 37
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2018-02-26 20:49:00
Pitteri, Marcus und Longhi:
ohne Ort, ca, 1760. Orig. Kupferstich, ca. 56 x 46 cm, ----stärker gebräunt, Läsuren, Randeinrisse, Fehlstelle am Rand der Darstellung, diese mit Papier repariert +++Antiquariat seit über 30 Jahren+++
Bookseller: Der ANTIQUAR in LAHR, Werner Engelmann [Lahr, BW, Germany]
2018-02-26 16:08:12
Schaeffer , Jacobi Christiani:
Ratisbonae, typis Weissianis et impensis Montagii 1760. 1. Aufl. 24 Seiten mit einem handkolorierten Kupferstich (verm.Karpfen) Gr.8°, Obr. ohne Einband (Teil aus einem Sammelwerk), minimal fleckig, insgesamt guter und sauberer Zustand. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Schäffer, Jacob Christian. *1718-1790* luth. Theologe, Naturforscher. 1779 Superintendent in Regensburg, sein Naturalienkabinett war weithin bekannt. Hier vorhanden, eine Studie über die Systematik der Fische, der Einordnung und richtigen Beschreibung der verschiedenen Arten. Mit Tabellen der Systeme von Kleinii, Artedi und Linne. Versand D: 4,60 EUR Tiere, Natur Fische
Bookseller: Antiquariat Deinbacher
2018-02-26 15:04:33
- Grabado por E. Dussy. Revisado y corregido por Delamarche su sucesor. Giles y Didier Robert de Vaugondy, padre e hijo, fueron famosos cartógrafos del siglo XVIII, descendientes del también cartógrafo Nicolas Sanson del que heredaron gran parte de su material cartográfico. En 1760 Didier Robert de Vaugondy fue nombrado geógrafo de Luis XV. En 1757 publicaron su más famosa obra ‘Atlas Universal’. Medidas huella: 26,2x28,2 cms. y medidas hoja 31,8x45 cms. Alguna mancha de oxido debido a la época que se aprecian el la fotografia. Grabado
Bookseller: Orbis Antique Prints
2018-02-26 15:04:33
- Grabado por E. Dussy. Revisado y corregido por Delamarche su sucesor. Giles y Didier Robert de Vaugondy, padre e hijo, fueron famosos cartógrafos del siglo XVIII, descendientes del también cartógrafo Nicolas Sanson del que heredaron gran parte de su material cartográfico. En 1760 Didier Robert de Vaugondy fue nombrado geógrafo de Luis XV. En 1757 publicaron su más famosa obra ‘Atlas Universal’. Medidas huella: 26,6x29,8 cms. y medidas hoja 31,8x45 cms. Alguna mancha de oxido debido a la época que se aprecian el la fotografia. Grabado
Bookseller: Orbis Antique Prints
2018-02-26 15:04:33
- Grabado por E. Dussy. Revisado y corregido por Delamarche su sucesor. Giles y Didier Robert de Vaugondy, padre e hijo, fueron famosos cartógrafos del siglo XVIII, descendientes del también cartógrafo Nicolas Sanson del que heredaron gran parte de su material cartográfico. En 1760 Didier Robert de Vaugondy fue nombrado geógrafo de Luis XV. En 1757 publicaron su más famosa obra ‘Atlas Universal’. Medidas huella: 26x29,8 cms. y medidas hoja 31,8x45 cms. Alguna mancha de oxido debido a la época que se aprecian el la fotografia. Grabado
Bookseller: Orbis Antique Prints
2018-02-26 12:53:13
(Chiaria, Pietro) - Johann Jakob Schatz (Übs.)
Augsburg, Joh. M. Späth, 1760. 8°. 4 n.n. + 296 S. Priv. Hld. der Zeit. DEA. Mit dem gestochenen Frontispiz. Einer von drei Bänden. Apart. Vgl. KNLL III, 945. - Widmungsseite herausgeschnitten, fl. V. fehlt, ehemal. Bibliotheks-Expl. mehrfach gestempelt, S. 18 m. kl. Klebstoff-Fleck, fingerfleckig, fleckig, stärkere Gbrsp., Ebd.-Papier m. Fehlstelle, vorallem rückw. - Chiari (1712 - 1785), lebte mit dem Titel eines Hofdichters des Herzogs Francesco III. d'Este von Medena in Venedig und trat zu Carlo Goldoni zumindest in schriftstellerische Konkurrenz. Sprache: deutsch. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Weinek [Austria]
2018-02-26 10:54:18
Handel, George Frideric
Mr I Walsh, The Strand. London, 1760. This 48 pp copy ex-libris "Chelsea Public Libraries" with their impressive bookplate. Neatly cancelled "Withdrawn from Chelsea Stock". Discrete ownership inscription "Frances Thornhagh 1760".and so, by association, this could be the "Third Set" that was first published in 1760. The title page bears the declaration "These six concertos were publish'd by Mr. Walsh from my own copy Corrected by my Self. and to him only I have given my Right therein. George Frideric Handel". See image. This copy in a very early, or original, 24 x 33 cm hard binding, with a possibly later canvas cloth spine for strenghening, marbled cover papers much worn and faded, contents all very good. The binding is separating but still secured with seven cords. [Associated with this copy was a manuscript organ music fragment by Sydney Smith, signed and dated in his hand "London. Jun 28. 1884. Sydney Smith". Please see our ABE Listing # 004487]. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Sanctuary Bookshop. [Lyme Regis, United Kingdom]
2018-02-26 10:06:38
- Antique Master Print, titled: 'Gegend in Britz.' - View of Britz. Britz is a German locality (Ortsteil) within the Berlin borough (Bezirk) of Neukoelln. Etching on hand laid paper. Watermark: Textband. Description: Source unknown, to be determined. State: Only state . Ref: Jacobs ? Provenance: L. A. de Vries (Not in Lugt) Very good impression.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Christian Bernhard Rode' after own design. Christian Bernhard Rode (German; 1727-1797) worked in Berlin. He was aquainted with many of his famous contemporaries like Lessing, Sulzer and Chodowiecki. Condition: Very good, given age. Large margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCLA-C21-20 The overall size is ca. 10.6 x 8.3 inch. The image size is ca. 8.1 x 5.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 27 x 21 cm. The image size is ca. 20.6 x 13.4 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector
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2018-02-26 10:04:14
LEIPZIG:
altkol. Kupferstich b. Raspe, um 1760, 22 x 37 Unten rechts eine kleine Ansicht v. Leipzig ( 6 x 9,5 ), darüber Kartusche mit Titel und Erklärungen zum Stadtplan von a - Z.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-02-26 10:04:14
LEIPZIG:
- altkol. Kupferstich b. Raspe, um 1760, 22 x 37 Unten rechts Ansicht v. Leipzig ( 6 x 9,5 ), darüber Kartusche mit Titel und Erklärungen zum Stadtplan von a - Z.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck
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2018-02-26 09:19:11
Battaglia, P. M. Francesco Maria, Dell`Ord. Eremitano di S. Agostino
1760. 16mo, (v), 217pp., illustrated with 37 woodcuts, vignettes and occasional decorated initials at chapter heads, full calf, ornate gilt decoration on spine and boards, pages a little browned at edges, some light staining and crayon marks on first illustration. Very decorative little devotional pocket book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Celsus Books [London, United Kingdom]
2018-02-25 19:15:51
1760. Altkolorierter Kupferstich von Johann Jakob Haid nach Georg Dionysus Ehret, ohne Jahr (1760). Ca. 41,3 x 28,4 (Plattengröße), ca. 51 x 36,5 cm (Papierformat). Blatt LII aus Christoph Jacob Trew: Plantae selectae reflects ... Decuria VI. (Nürnberg, 1760). Blatt in leuchtendem Altkolorit. Unterer Rand mit kleinen Stockflecken, kleiner hinterlegter Einriß am rechten weißen Rand.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rainer Schlicht [Germany]
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