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2020-02-27 16:39:07
BUFFON Georges Louis Leclerc de
Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux par Buffon en 18 volumes. Nombreuses planches.Paris, de l'Imprimerie Royale de 1770 à 1785.Reliure plein veau marbré de l'époque. Reliure du T2 noircie. Dos à nerfs orné et doré avec pièces de titre et de tomaison. Tranches marbrées. Plusieurs coiffes usées. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-12°(17x10).
Bookseller: Livres et Collections P. Commerot [France, Sèvres]
2020-02-27 11:46:03
William Shakespeare; Sir Thomas Hamner
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1770. Click here to see our other books! The Works of Shakespear William Shakespeare; Sir Thomas Hamner 1770-1771 Clarendon Press : Oxford 13" by 9.5" [5], iv-viii, [1], VIII-XXXIX, [11], 7-514, [14], SUMMARY A beautifully illustrated set of William Shakespeare's works. Noted for the beautiful engravings which were created by Gravelot after Hayman under supervision of the editor. Illustrated,Leather Binding Overall Condition: Good Only This book weighs 10 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 4.49 US Postage: £ 79.99 EU Postage: £ 40.99 European Postage: £ 75.99 Asia Postage: £ 159.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 249.99 DESCRIPTION An miportant and scarce six volume set of Shakespeare's works, with full page illustrations. Volume I also has the Alexander Pope's preface and Rowe's important life of Shakespeare. This is the second edition of Sir Thomas Hamner's Shakespeare, which was originally published in 1743-4. With two portraits of Shakespeare, and eight further plates to volume I, seven plates to volume II, six plates to volume III, five plates to volume IV, six plates to volume V, with five plates to volume VI. With thirty-nine plates total including the frontispiece and second engraved portrait of Shakespeare. Prior owner's inscription to the title page of all volumes, Owen Owen Oxon 1820. Volume I : The Tempest, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Measure for Measure, The Comedy of Errors and Much Ado About Nothing. Volume II: The Merchant of Venice, Love's Labour's Lost, As You Like IT, The Taming of the Shrew, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2020-02-27 10:57:19
(Paul-Henri Thiry Baron d'Holbach). No Date [1770], No City [Amsterdam], 1770. HISTOIRE critique de Jésus-Christ, ou Analyse raisonnée des Evangiles, ECCE HOMO. In-8° piccolo, m-pelle coeva con angoli, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. xxxii, 291, (314 - 326)=12 totale 335 pagine, antiporta con l' effigie di Cristo incisa in rame (molto bella). Prima edizione, seconda tiratura. Holbach's All-Out Assault on the Christian GospelsThis is the last of five works listed by the Encyclopedia of Philosophy as being important to Holbach's "second phase" of writing activity which consisted of a relentless militancy against organized religion in general and the Catholic Church in particular. "The theme recurring throughout these books represented a vehement restatement of almost all the arguments for unbelief current in eighteenth-century France. The most characteristic are the following: The idea and cult of God sprang from the ignorant terror of primitive man seeking to placate the destructive powers of nature, and they have survived ever since through superstition; religious history is a catalogue of senseless disputes, intolerance, prejudice, persecution and crime; the clergy is ordinarily engaged in exploiting the gullibility of the people for its own profit; religions have invariably support tyrannical governments to further their own ambitions of domination; Scriptural 'proofs' of Christianity are worthless as objective historical evidence; theological dogmas... Quérard, La France littéraire, vol. IV, pp. 118-119. Verecruysse, 1770, a5. Naville, p. 430. Esemplare ben conservato. C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libri rari e antichi (libreriabrighenti) [San Giorgio di piano, BO, IT]
2020-02-27 03:35:06
Hugh Boulter
George Faulkner & James Williams, Dublin, 1770. 288p, 198p + index. Contains two volumes bound as one book. Full 18th century calf stamped in gilt. Remains of old bookplate on front pastedown else clean and unmarked. Mild shelf wear, a study hardcover book in very good condition. Archbishop Boulter (1672-1742) was the top primate of the Church of Ireland as well as the personal chaplain of King George I. He was known for supporting penal laws against Irish Catholics. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kubik Fine Books Ltd., ABAA [Dayton, OH, U.S.A.]
2020-02-26 22:23:19
BUFFON Georges Louis Leclerc de
Paris, De l'imprimerie royale - Paris, Hotel de Thou, 1770. BUFFON - HISTOIRE NATURELLE DES OISEAUX ILLUSTRE. 18 VOLUMES Référence :18484 Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux par Buffon en 18 volumes. Nombreuses planches. Paris, de l'Imprimerie Royale de 1770 à 1785. Reliure plein veau marbré de l'époque. Reliure du T2 noircie. Dos à nerfs orné et doré avec pièces de titre et de tomaison. Tranches marbrées. Plusieurs coiffes usées. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-12°(17×10). BUFFON Georges Louis Leclerc de BUFFON Georges Louis Leclerc de 1770-1785.
Bookseller: LE GRENIER D'HOMERE (philcomm) [Sèvres, FR]
2020-02-26 22:23:19
BUFFON Georges Louis Leclerc de
Paris, De l'imprimerie royale - Paris, Hotel de Thou 1770-1785. Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux par Buffon en 18 volumes. Nombreuses planches.Paris, de l'Imprimerie Royale de 1770 à 1785.Reliure plein veau marbré de l'époque. Reliure du T2 noircie. Dos à nerfs orné et doré avec pièces de titre et de tomaison. Tranches marbrées. Plusieurs coiffes usées. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-12°(17x10). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livres et Collections [SEVRES, France]
2020-02-26 20:41:11
ROUSSIER Pierre-Joseph
- Chez Lacombe, A Paris 1770, In-4 (20,5x26,7cm), (4) xxiv, 252pp., relié. - Originalausgabe, illustriert mit zwei im Text eingravierten Figuren, einer eingravierten Musikplatte und einer Faltplatte mit dem Titel "Diagramm der Entsprechung der Planeten mit den Stunden des Tages und mit den Tagen der Woche, Stunden des Morgens, Stunden des Abend, für saturnedit, verkauft, Montag, Dienstag, Mittwoch, Donnerstag, Freitag. Einband aus braun marmoriertem Vintage-braunem Schafleder. Zurück mit reich verzierten Nerven. Titelstück im roten Marokko. Kopfschmuck abgerissen. Unterkiefer oben und am Schwanz offen. Oberkiefer in Kopf und Schwanz gespalten. Münzen sehr langweilig und kahl. Aneinander gerieben. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, illustrée de deux figures gravées dans le texte, une planche de musique gravée, et d'une planche dépliante intitulé « Tableau de la correspondance des planètes aux heures du jour, & aux jours de la semaine, Heures du matin, Heures du soir, pour le saturnedit, soldit, lundi, mardi, mercredi, jeudi, vendredi ». Reliure en pleine basane brune marbrée d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Coiffe de tête arrachée. Mors inférieur ouvert en tête et queue. Mors supérieur fendu en tête et queue. Coins très émoussés et dénudés. Ensemble frotté. Curieux et savant essai cherchant une origine commune à la musique des Anciens, Grecs, Egyptiens et Chinois, et à la musique moderne. Ce mémoire fut présenté par D'Alembert à l'Académie des sciences. Roussier expose ainsi que le système des Grecs anciens est conforme à la pratique … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [France]
2020-02-25 11:27:06
1770. This original print shows the bearded reedling or bearded tit (Panurus biarmicus). Old name; Parus biarmicus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 28,2 x 42,1 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-25 11:27:06
1770. This original print shows the ring ouzel (Turdus torquatus). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 30 x 39 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. Soft diagonal crease lower right. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edge verso. General age-related toning and/or oc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the brambling (Fringilla montifringilla). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 28 x 35 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Soft vertical crease right side. Remnant of paper from binding … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the western yellow wagtail (Motacilla flava). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 28 x 42 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. Minor vertical crease lower right. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the hawfinch (Coccothraustes coccothraustes). Old name; Loxia coccothraustes. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,8 x 41,5 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. Light vertical crease right side. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the barn swallow (Hirundo rustica). Old name; Hirundo domestica. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,8 x 42,2 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of pa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the common house martin (Delichon urbicum). Old name; Hirundo agrestis. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,5 x 42,3 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Some crinkles/creases in the margins. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of pap … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the red-backed shrike (Lanius collurio). Old name; Lanius collyrio. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 28,2 x 41,8 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edge verso. Gener … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the fieldfare (Turdus pilaris). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 33,3 x 41,5 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. A few minor crinkles. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edge verso. General age-related toning and/or occasional mi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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1770. This original print shows the common swift (Apus apus). Old name; Hirundo apus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,5 x 42 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Some crinkles/creases in the margins. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on r … [Click Below for Full Description]
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1770. This original print shows the common starling (Sturnus vulgaris). Old name; sturnus alba (variety). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,2 x 38,4 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from bindi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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1770. This original print shows the red crossbill (Loxia curvirostra). Old name; Loxia pyrrhula. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,7 x 40,8 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. Light vertical crease right side. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the common redstart (Phoenicurus phoenicurus). Old name; Motacilla phoenicurus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 28 x 42 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Light vertical crease left side. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the common nightingale (Luscinia megarhynchos). Old name; Motacilla luscinia. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,8 x 42 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. A few soft vertical creases. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. R … [Click Below for Full Description]
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1770. This original print shows the woodchat shrike (Lanius senator). Old name; Lanius rufus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,8 x 41 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edge verso. General age-related toning and/or oc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the European crested tit (Lophophanes cristatus). Old name; Parus cristatus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 30 x 40,3 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. General age-related toning … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the long-tailed tit or long-tailed bushtit (Aegithalos caudatus). Old name; Parus caudatus. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,7 x 41,5 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant o … [Click Below for Full Description]
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1770. This original print shows the European greenfinch, or greenfinch (Chloris chloris). Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,8 x 41,7 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edge … [Click Below for Full Description]
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1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the common loon or great northern diver (Gavia immer). Old name; Colymbus glacialis. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 36 x 52 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Good, given age. A few tiny spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issue … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the marsh tit (Poecile palustris). Old name; Parus palustris. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,8 x 41,7 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-25 11:27:05
1770. This original print shows the spotted nutcracker, Eurasian nutcracker, or nutcracker, (Nucifraga caryocatactes). Old name; Caryocatactes. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 27,5 x 42,5 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. A few minor spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-22 16:40:05
Charles Bonnet
Munster: 1770. Charles Bonnet. La Palingénésie Philosophique, ou Idées sur l'état passé et sur l'état futur des êtres vivants (1770). Bel exemplaire. Charles Bonnet La Palingénésie Philosophique, ou Idées sur l'état passé et sur l'état futur des êtres vivants. Ouvrage destiné à servir de supplément aux derniers écrits de l'auteur, et qui contient principalement le Précis de ses Recherches sur Christianisme. Par C. Bonnet de diverses Académies. A Munster, chez Philippe Henry Perrenon, 1770 2 volumes in-12 (16,7 x 10,5 cm) de XXIV-368 et (10)-388 pages. Reliure allemande de l'époque demi-basane à petits coins, dos ornés aux petits fers dorés, pièce de titre, plats de papier à la colle marron, doublures et gardes de papier à la colle rouge, tranches rouges. Dos un peu frottés, quelques frottements épars sur les plats et petites piqûres de vers sans importance. Intérieur frais malgré quelques rousseurs à quelques feuillets et quelques marques de lecture au crayon. Nouvelle édition. Édition dédiée, par le libraire Perrenon, nouvellement installé dans la ville de Münster (Prusse/Westphalie), à son Altesse Maximilien Frédéric, archevêque de Cologne, archi-chancelier du Saint Empire Romain, etc. Paru pour la première fois l'année précédente (1769) cet ouvrage passe pour être le plus ambitieux de l'auteur. "Charles Bonnet, naturaliste et philosophe suisse, calviniste (1720-1793) doit sa notoriété scientifique à ses éminents talents d'expérimentateur : découverte de la parthénogenèse des pucerons, étude de la physiologie des insectes et des plantes, des phénomènes d'hybridation et de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2020-02-22 14:53:07
Drury, Dru
London, Printed for the Author, 1770. Kl.-Folio. XXVII, (1), 130 S., (1) Bl.; VII, 90, (2) S.; XXVI, 76, (2) S. Mit 151 (davon 150 kol.) Kupfertafeln. Halblederbände aus der Zeit. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +, A|B|C Nissen ZBI, 1160. ? Erste Ausgabe. Mit französisch-englischem Paralleltext. Dru Drury (1725?1803), britischer Entomologe und Silberschmied, war zwischen 1780 und 1782 Präsident der Society of Entomologists of London. ? Die Einbände mit starken Gebrauchsspuren. Das Papier im Schnitt gebräunt. [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Switzerland]
2020-02-21 06:58:10
leonhard euler-leonhardo evlero
impenfis academiae imperialis scientiarum, 1770. dem alter entsprechend an den ecken und enden starke gebrauchsspuren, innen zum grössten teil, sehr schöne seiten, die letzten seiten sind etwas angeknappert, aber alles vorhanden.buch ist noch nicht zugeschnitten, wurde warscheinlich noch nie gelesen. siehe Fotos. sensationeller dachbodenfund von Leonhard Euler 592 seiten, von 1770. es geht um eine Konstruktion eines teleskopes das buch dürfte noch nie gelesen worden sein, da es noch nicht zugeschnitten ist, leider wurden die hinteren seiten angeknappert aber alles vorhanden, stammt von der Verlassenschaft eines physikprofessor. siehe fotos. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: kadobra_0 [anif, AT]
2020-02-20 14:15:06
[Maseres, Francis]
London: Printed for B. White, 1770. [2],41pp. Half title. Antique-style three-quarter calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, raised bands, gilt leather label. Mild toning to half title, small holes to lower corner of pp.35-[42], not affecting text. Very good. Sole edition of this scarce argument in favor of admitting representatives from the American colonies into the House of Commons. Maseres, a lawyer, had been Attorney General of Quebec from 1766 to 1769, and as such was a staunch defender of the rights of Canadians as British subjects. Maseres felt that the colonists, as British subjects, were obligated to obey the laws of Parliament. However, he writes that for the Americans "the total want of Representatives in the great Council of the nation, to support their interests and give an assent on their behalf to laws and taxes by which they are bound and affected, is a misfortune which every friend to liberty and equal government must be sorry to see them labour under." Maseres proposes a system by which some eighty representatives would be admitted to Parliament from the American colonies and the West Indies, "and their title might be that of Commissioners of the Colonies of America." He describes how they would be elected and their duties, and hopes that through such a plan "the present disputes with America may be equitably terminated, to the lasting and solid advantage of both parties, or perhaps I ought rather to say, to the prevention of the utter ruin of them both." A copy of this work in the Lande Collection at McGill University has a note in Maseres's hand not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [United States]
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2020-02-19 08:14:35
1770. Autore: BARETTI Giuseppe Titolo: A Journey from London to Genoa through England, Portugal, Spain and France. By Joseph Baretti... in four volumes. Vol. I ( - IV) Luogo di stampa: London Editore: Printed for T. Davies Anno: 1770 Condizioni: leggere attentamente la descrizione nella scheda 4 volumi in 8, cm 14 x 21, pp. VIII + 306 + (2); (2) + 320; (2) + 320 + (2); (2) + 312 + (14). Bella e solida legatura in piena pelle coeva con piatti inquadrati da cornici dorate e ricchi fregi oro al dorso con nervature e tasselli rossi e verdi. Qualche segno d'uso alle cerniere. Edizione originale definitiva che risulta assai rimaneggiata rispetto la parziale edizione del primo volume stampato nel 1762 a Milano e del secondo stampato a Venezia nell'anno successivo. Soltanto nel 1770 l'opera, completamente rimaneggiata e riscritta in inglese, vedra' la luce con questo titolo. L'opera, suddivisa in 89 lettere, descrive in gran parte il viaggio da Londra a Genova nel 1760, con, a seguire, una lunga appendice dedicata al viaggio in Spagna del 1768-69.  Santos Madrazo, p.799. Palau, 24, 161. Farinelli, II, pp. 297-299.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium (comalek) [Asti, Italy, IT]
2020-02-17 22:29:11
Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, teilkoloriert, um 1770. Von Tobias Conrad Lotter. 48,7 x 56,5 cm (Darstellung) / 52,5 x 62,8 cm (Blatt). - - - Normale Alterungsspuren. Insgesamt in einem guten Erhaltungszustand. - -
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
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2020-02-17 10:00:02
Neer, Aert van der
"View of a village in Holland, with winter diversion on the ice". Kopergravure vervaardigd door John Smith naar een schilderij van Aert van der Neer, uitgegeven rond 1770 door Robert Sayer te Londen. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm.: 23 x 34 cm.Schaatsers rijke en arm, jong en oud, colfspelers, priksleetjes en rijk versierde arresleeën, maar ook transport over het ijs en andere winterse activiteiten. Een grote variatie, die een onderhoudende en informatieve kijk geeft op het leven tijdens het koudste seizoen in vroegere eeuwen.De Lage Landen kenden vele vinnig koude winters. Kou die deur vel en vleesch passeerde. Binnenwateren en rivieren konden potdicht gevroren zijn en tot maart met een dikke ijskorst bedekt. Havens zaten dicht. De Zuiderzee werd met sledes en wagens overgestoken. Soms zwierven wolven rond op zoek naar prooi. De prijzen voor etenswaren stegen tijdens de winterperiode tot onwaarschijnlijke hoogte. Er was gebrek aan turf, hout en kolen en vooral aan vers water. Werk was moeilijk te vinden. Er stierven heel wat mensen van de kou. Ellende overheerste.Van de ruige realiteit tijdens grillige winters is op ijsgezichten doorgaans weinig te zien. Het koperspubliek wilde geen ellende en ook geen al te realistische weergave van borrelende scheuren, windwakken en viezigheid op het ijs. Men vroeg om een idyllisch plaatje.Prijs: Euro 1.250,- (incl. lijst).
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE [Netherlands]
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2020-02-17 02:30:16
1770. This original print shows the house sparrow (Passer domesticus). Old name; Fringilla domestica. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 28 x 41,7 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-17 02:30:16
1770. This scarce original antique bird print shows the Eurasian scops owl (Otus scops). Old name; Strix scops. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper. Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 25 x 30,4 cm. This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson). Condition: Very good, given age. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-15 02:33:04
Paris: 1770. Histoire De Nader Chah, Connu Sous Le Nom De Thahmas Kuli Khan, Empereur De Perse. Traduit D'un Manuscrit Persan Par Ordre De Sa Majesté Le Roi De Dannemark. Avec Des Notes Chronologiques, Historiques, Géographiques, et Un Traité Sur La Poésie Orientale. par Sir William JONES Edité par Chez P. Elmsly, Londres, 1770 EDITION ORIGINALE Complet des 2 parties, dans un volume en reliure d'époque, portant quelques marques d'usage aux charnières et aux bords des plats, une réparation sur dos. Texte très bon état, tranches jaunes, titre, 13 (f), xxxvj p, 232 p, titre, 314 p, 1 (f) d'errata. Bel Ex-libris armorié. Gd In4. Tous nos envois sont assurés. Le prix du port pour l'étranger varie en fonction des destinations, merci de nous contacter à ce sujet. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: napo12 [Paris, FR]
2020-02-13 21:31:23
CAMINER, Domenico.
Venice Antonio Graziosi, 1770. First edition; 11 vols in 5, 8vo (200 x 140 mm.); large uncut copy, 27 copper-engraved plates, some folded, without the large separately printed maps as usual, some marginal scattered water-staining, text mainly clean and bright, overall very good; modern binding; pp: 150,120, 145, 174,159,160,121,144,179,180, 160. First edition of this contemporary chronicle of the Russo-Turkish war (1768-1774) . Domenico Caminer (Venice, 1721 - Venice, 4 November 1795) was an Italian writer and journalist. In 1768 he founded L'Europa Letteraria, a magazine that lived until 1773; the following year (1774) and together with his daughter Elisabetta Caminer, ( a famous Venetian journalist), the Encyclopedic Journal, one of the main Italian Enlightenment periodicals. He was also the author of several books on current political issues. This monumental work was published from 1770-1793 in numerous volumes. These eleven detailed volumes record the first years of this conflict between Russia and Turkey over the partition of Poland. Not in Atabey or Blackmer or Koc; Cf. Lib. of Cong. Cat. for the 1776. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2020-02-12 21:09:03
CAYLUS, Mme la Marquise de || [DANGEAU, Marquis de] || [VOLTAIRE]
Jean Robert, Amsterdam, 1770. Plein veau de l'époque, armoiries frappées au centre des plats, dos lisse orné et doré portant la pièce de titre. Deux ouvrages reliés en un volume in-8 (191x118 mm), viii-176 pages / (2)-174 pages Reliure légèrement frottée. Rares salissures. Déchirure sans manque aux pages viii et 27 du premier ouvrage Réunion de deux ouvrages publiés par Voltaire en 1770. 1°- 'Les souvenirs de Madame de Caylus.' Édition originale de ces intéressants mémoires sur son temps et sur la cour de Louis XIV. Les notes et la préface sont de Voltaire qui disait de cet ouvrage : Voltaire « tout ce que raconte madame la marquise de Caylus est vrai». Rare exemplaire de premier état (en 176 pages) et avant le carton, c'est à dire sans les changements et suppressions qui ont été faits aux exemplaires du tirage en 174 pages (voir La Rochebilière et Bengesco) 2°. 'Journal de la cour de Louis XIV, depuis 1684, jusqu'à 1715, '. Édition originale du Journal du marquis de Dangeau, mémorialiste qui fit des récits circonstanciés du quotidien de la cour Les notes sont de Voltaire. Rare réunion de deux ouvrages sur la cour de Louis XIV, publié par Voltaire et en éditions originales, dans une reliure aux armes des Aurengre La Rochebilière [II, 2204 : "Exemplaire de premier état, et avant les cartons"], Bengesco [II, 1907], OHR [1106] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2020-02-12 20:17:17
1770. This original print shows the song thrush (Turdus philomelos). Old name; Turdus alba. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 24,4 x 39,5 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. Soft vertical crease. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of paper from binding on right edge verso. General age-related … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2020-02-12 18:04:57
MIRABAUD [i.e. HOLBACH, Paul Henri Thiry, Baron d']
[Marc-Michel Rey], Londres [Amsterdam], 1770. Plein maroquin vieux rouge de l'époque, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos lisse orné et doré portant les pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches dorées, gardes en papier marbré. Deux volumes in-8 (196x121 mm), (12)-370-(4 : errata) pages / (4)-412 pages Coins du tome 1 légèrement émoussés. Quelques rousseurs sans gravité, plus prononcées aux deux premiers feuillets du second tome Édition originale de la "bible des matérialistes", premier tirage bien complet des feuillets d'errata. Le baron d'Holbach est un savant et philosophe matérialiste. Il contribue à la rédaction de 400 articles pour l'encyclopédie Diderot d'Alembert. D'Holbach est l'un des premiers auteurs ouvertement athées. Le Systême de la nature est son ouvrage le plus important. Il y développe une théorie complète du matérialisme. il considérait les actions humaines comme entièrement déterminées par le plaisir et la douleur. Bel exemplaire de l'édition originale, très rare lorsque relié comme ici en maroquin de l'époque. Printing and the Mind of Man [215 : "The bible of Materialism" (.) "In the "Système" Holbach rejected the Cartesian mind-body dualism and attempted to explain all phenomena, physical and mental, in terms of matter in motion. He derived the moral and intellectual faculties from man's sensibility to impressions made by the external world, and saw human actions as entirely determined by pleasure and pain. He continued his direct attack on religion by attempting to show that it derived entirely from habit and custom. But the Systeme was not a ne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2020-02-12 15:15:06
1770. This original print shows the common linnet (Linaria cannabina). Old name; Fringilla cannabina. Text page is included.Engraving/etching with contemporary hand colouring on verge (hand laid) paper.Sheet size: 37,5 x 54 cm. Image size: 30 x 43,8 cm.This scarce antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by 'Jan Sepp' after 'Cornelius Nozeman'. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, given age. A few miniscule spots. Edges with an occasional tiny tear, not affecting image. Irregular edges as issued. Remnant of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2020-02-10 14:59:15
De Santa Elle, Ruderico Fernando
, 1770 Binding: VELLUM COVERS TAN Size: 8.5X12 523 Pages Overall Condition is: GOOD CONSIDERING AGE (title cont) aliisque Probatissimis Scriptoribus, Concinnatum Authore Ruderico Fredinand De Santa Ella. Deinde a Reverendissimo Patre, Ordinis Proedicatorum Magistro, Didaco Ximenez Maxime Castigatum, AC Locupletatum. Postea a Doctore Josepho Marquez, & Magistro Maritino David, Auctum. Nunc Vero a D. Joanne De Lama Cubero, Grammaticae, Latinitatis, Eloquentiaeque Supremo Nuntiaturae Praeceptore, & in Tribunali Examinatore, Additum.: translates to- The vocabulary seu lexicon the Church , Latin- Spanish , From the Holy Bible , the Councils of the pontiffs , and theologian, the Decrees Probatissimis other writers , Concinnatum By Roderick Fredinand De Santa Ella. Then, from a Spaniard kneels before the Father, the Master of the Order of Proedicatorum , Did Ximenez most Castigatum , AC living in. Later, Doctor Joseph Marquez , Chief maritinum David Auctum . Truth from the D. Joannis de Lama Cubero now , Grammar, Latin , eloquentiaeque the Supreme Nuntiaturae teacher, and in the tribunal of the Weigher , is added written in latin, complete through page 484, spine chipping, cover agfe toned and worn, vellum creasing and taring, pages age toned, st josephs library book plate and stamps on inside of front cover and front end paper, front cover loose, foxing.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, US]
2020-02-09 23:14:10
Buffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc de
Paris: 1770. bel état, voir ci-dessous. HISTOIRE NATURELLE DES OISEAUX par Buffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc de (1707-1788) 18 volumes in 12 (10x17),reliure plein veau marbré de l'époque, 3 coiffes émoussées..,Epidermures sur plusieurs plats, voir tome 16, 1 erreur de pièce de tomaison & page de titre absente au tome 2...Dos à nerfs orné caisson,pièces de titre & tomaison maroquin..Reliure solide et bonne tenue du corps.Tranches et gouttière lisse (voir photo).Intérieur frais,texte bon état , culs de lampe en fin de chapitre..,Ouvrage illustré de nombreuses (262) gravures hors-texte ornithologiques en noir,la plupart signées De Sève.Bel ensemble, hormis petits accidents de reliure. Se compose: Première édition dans ce format. Illustré de 262 gravures hors texte en noir. Ensemble complet en 18 volumes, reliure uniforme...Inclus le plan de l'ouvrage en début du tome I et les tables des matières & table alphabétique des Oiseaux à la fin du tome 18; avec la description en marge de la partie du Cabinet du Roi qui a rapport à l'histoire Naturelle. Très bel ensemble ,explicite & riche d'enseignements,..."Se classe toujours comme l'un des plus important de tous les livres sur les oiseaux du point de vue du collecteur" 1 ère édition en format in12 de Histoire Naturelle Des Oiseaux, complet en 18 Volumes à Paris de l'Imprimerie Royale 1770 -1785 pour infos:Buffon a été nommé gardien de la "Jardin du Roi", plus tard, le "Jardin des Plantes", et la collection connecté avec elle, le "Cabinet du Roi" en 1739. Il a augmenté la collection d'oiseaux de façon exponentielle, le portant à plus de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: vertgalant1 [Boulogne Billancourt, FR]
2020-02-09 12:08:01
GRACE Thomas-François de - PATTULLO Henry
Paris, chez Knapen & Delaguette, et chez Durand 1770-1759. 2 ouvrages en un volume. Complet & Contrôlé.1° École d'Agriculture pratique, Suivant les Principes de M. Sarcey de Sutières (André 1720-1789), ancien Gentilhomme Servant, & de la Société Royale d'Agriculture de Paris. Par M. De GRACE. Ancien Auteur de la Gazette & du Journal d'Agriculture, &c. 1 planche repliée, reliée in fine.A Paris, chez Knapen & Delaguette - 1770 - 328 pages - Une planche dépliante reliée entre l'Avertissement et la Table des Matières. ÉDITION ORIGINALE très rare. 2° Essai sur l'Amélioration des Terres. Henry Pattullo nommé à la fin de l'épitre à Madame de Pompadour. A Paris, chez Durand - 1759 - 285 pages - 3 Figures.Reliure plein veau blond de l'époque, relié à Metz, chez Grosclaude. Dos lisse à filets dorés, pièces rouge et verte. Tranches rouges. Déchirure marginale de la planche dépliante sans perte et sans gravité. Petits trous de ver au plat inférieur. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Format in-12°(17x10). Edition originale [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livres et Collections [SEVRES, France]
2020-02-09 11:18:23
BETHUNE, Maximilien de Duke of Sully
for A. Donaldson, and sold at his shops... Arundel Street, Strand, London, and Edinburgh, 1770. 1770 Duke of Sully Memoires France Henry IV Huguenot Utopian Europe 5v SET Map"A very valuable memoire of the history of the reign of Henry IV"Maximlien de Bethune was a 16th-century French statesman who was the first Duke of Sully. Most known for his service under Henry IV of France, Sully left a collection of memoirs which is now a valuable and important work on the history of France during the reign of Henry the Great. Even though 'Memoires' contains many fictitious stories, it is still recognized for its accuracy and portrayal of European royalty. The most controversial section of 'Memoires' is Sully's vision of a utopian society designed for all of Europe. He envisioned a Christian republic that was governed by a 'Very Christian Council' in which all differences were resolved, and a military was complete removed. Some scholars even claim that Sully's plan helped establish what would become the current European Union.According to Tulard, this work is a "very valuable memoire of the history of the reign of Henry IV."Item number: #9642Price: $599BETHUNE, Maximilien de Duke of SullyMemoirs of Maximilian de Bethune, Duke of Sully, Prime Minister of Henry the Great. Newly translated from the French edition of M. de L'Ecluse. To which is annexed, the trial of Francis Ravaillac, for the murder of Henry the GreatEdinburgh: Printed for A. Donaldson, and sold at his shops... Arundel Street, Strand, London, and Edinburgh, 1770.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pages; 5 volum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [United States]
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2020-02-09 07:36:33
PLUCHE Noël
Paris, chez Knapen, les Frères Estienne, et Guillaume 1770-1789. Le Spectacle de la Nature ou Entretiens sur les Particularités de l'Histoire Naturelle, qui ont paru les plus propres à rendre les jeunes Gens curieux, et à leur former l'esprit par Noel-Antoine Pluche.8 volumes enrichis de 8 frontispices et plus de 200 planches la plupart dépliantes.Tome 1. Contenant ce qui regarde les Animaux et les Plantes.Tome 2 et 3. Contenant ce qui regarde les dehors et l'intérieur de la Terre.Tome 4. Contenant ce qui regarde le Ciel et les liaisons des différentes parties de l'Univers, avec les besoins de l'homme.Tome 5. Contenant ce qui regarde l'Homme considéré en lui-même.Tome 6 et 7. Contenant ce qui regarde l'Homme en société.Tome 8. Contenant ce qui regarde l'Homme en société avec Dieu. 1ère partie.Manque le 9ème volume qui est la 2ème partie du tome 8.Nouvelle Édition. A Paris, chez Knapen, Du fonds des Frères Estienne, Chez Guillaume - 1770 à 1789.Reliure plein veau glacé de couleur fauve mouchetée. Dos lisse orné et doré avec pièces de titre rouges et de tomaison noires. Tranches jaspées rouge. Filet à froid encadrant les plats. Coiffes frottées. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état pour ce bel exemplaire, bien relié. Format in-12°(17x10). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livres et Collections [SEVRES, France]
2020-02-08 18:24:16
1770. Anas penelope (Eurasian Widgeon)Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show the Anas penelope (Eurasian Widgeon), male and female. Modern name: Mareca penelope. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark.Sheet size: 54 x 37 cm. Image size: 42,4 x 37,3 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Good, given age. A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2020-02-08 18:24:16
1770. Anas clypeata (Northern Shoveler)Set of 2 plates. These scarce original antique bird prints show Anas clypeata (Northern Shoveler), male and female. Modern name: Spatula clypeata. Text page is included.Copperplate engraving/etching with contemporary old hand colouring. on Verge type hand laid paper with watermark. paper.Sheet size: 37 x 54 cm. Image size: 34 x 39,5 cm.This antique print originates from: "Nederlandsche Vogelen", (English: Dutch birds) a five volume Dutch natural history compendium by Cornelius Nozeman and Christiaan Sepp, published in Amsterdam from 1770. It was published in instalments and was finished in 1829. It was the first comprehensive avifauna of the Netherlands (which temporarily included Belgium during 1815 - 1830). At this point we still carry most of the plates from this famous and exceedingly rare work, which ranks among Audubon and Barraband as the most beautiful bird prints ever created. Most birds are engraved close to life-size. Each plate comes with the corresponding original text page(s). Please inquire if you are looking for a specific species not exhibited in our ebay shop or website. Ref: Anker 369; Fine Bird Books, p.98; Nissen IVB 684; Wood, p.496; Zimmer, p.469.Made by Jan Christiaan Sepp after Cornelius Nozeman. This monumental work was written by Cornelius Nozeman, and after his death by Martinus Houttuyn. The last volume was finished by Jan Sepp, with advice from Coenraad Jacob Temminck. The coloured engravings were made by Christiaan Sepp, Jan Christiaan Sepp (his son), and Jan Sepp (his grandson).Condition: Very good, give … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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