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2017-09-08 13:32:41
VON GERAMB, MARIA THERESIA
Holy Roman Empire, Vienna, d.d. 4 July 1770. Folio, full red velvet with damaged yellow silk ribbons, bound with yellow wire. 36 x 29cm. (18) pages on vellum. Manuscript, calligraphic text, with printed decorative margins. One hand painted coat-of-arms in colour and gold and the signature of Empress Maria Theresia. Imperial red wax seal attached in disc shaped decorated wooden box, intact. It is attached to the book by the yellow wire of the binding. All in good condition. This patent of nobility was issued to four brothers who were entitled to call themselves Von (Edle von) Geramb thereafter. The Von Geramb family, reputedly from Hungarian origins, lived in what we now know as Austria and served the holy roman empire for several generations as is stated in the patent of nobility. Franz Karl served as aide-de-camps in the Kalnofischen Husar Regiment and was among other things active in the campaign in the Netherlands. Later on he became inspector in Nagybanien (also known in German as Frauenbach, currently in Romania). Ignaz Victor was a military man as well and served in the Graf Serbellonischen Cuirassier Regiment. Johann Adalbert served as Oberleutnant and distinguished himself in the Prussian War. The last brother mentioned, Gottlieb Xaver(ius) seems to have been active as Oberhuttenverwalter. H136
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-09-07 13:45:21
Rosenzweig, Franz.
VI, (2), 260 XVI, (2), 252, (2) S. Original-Pappband Volpi II/1283. Ziegenfuß II/373 Erstausgabe. Bd. 1: Lebensstationen (1770-1806). Bd. 2: Weltepochen (1806-31). Eines von Rosenzweigs Hauptwerken, in das seine Dissertation miteinfloß (Volpi). - Einbände am Rücken etwas wasserrandig und berieben. Papier gebräunt. Beide Titelblätter mit kleinem (5 mm), roten Monogrammstempel versehen. Bd. 1: Kapital abgestoßen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller & Gräff e.K.
2017-09-06 15:11:49
jean racine
despilly 1770 - 1772 tome premier 1770 tome 2 et 3 reliure cuir [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MBLIVRES [France]
2017-09-05 19:38:23
FONTANIEU, Pierre-Elizabeth de (1730-1784)
Paris: [1770]. Folio (500 x 327 mm). Engraved title and dedication, 27 full-page plates of urns and vases, with 20 shown in outline on opposite pages, engraved by Niodot after Fontainieu, Charles-Nicolas Cochin II and Simon Charles Miger. Contemporary French mottled calf gilt. Front hinge cracked, some light wear to extremities. Provenance: Jean Baptiste L'Ecuy (1740-1834), Abbot-General of the Premonstratensian Order (armorial bookplate, and his inscription to:) Pierre de Launay; purchased from Marlborough Rare Books, 1986. FIRST EDITION. Fontanieu was keeper of King Louis XVI's furniture, and this series of designs for turners, casters and chasers was highly influential in inspiring many important vases produced by the Sévres Factory. The style reflects the move away from the rococo towards neoclassicism, and the plates show both the outline of the forms, and the forms fully decorated. The final seven plates show vases in situ on plinths. A fine association copy from the library of Jean Baptise L'Ecuy, Abbot-General of the Premonstratensian Order and a notable collector of books and scientific instruments. He has written a lengthy presentation inscription in Latin giving the book to his friend and neighbor, Pierre de Launay, Director of the Royal Glass-works at St. Gobain. Berlin Kat. 1089; Cohen-de Ricci 407; Guilmard I, p. 233. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts
2017-09-05 10:25:04
RUPPRECHT MARCUS ABRAHAM.
1770. Incisione in rame, dipinta d'epoca, mm 330x435 (lastra), mm 260x400 (incisione). Bella e non comune veduta generale della città con il consueto innalzamento dei campanili per meglio evidenziare la prospettiva cittadina. Rupprecht fu il continuatore dell'attività imprenditoriale di Johann Christoph Haffner, come scritto nelle note editoriali. Bell'esemplare che presenta però qualche leggera ed uniforme traccia di sporco superficiale e piccola piega.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-09-05 07:43:42
Müller, Johann Sebastian / Blumen Miller, John
J.Miller 1770 datiert, Dorset. 32 x 21,5 cm KupferstichAbbildung auf 38,5 x 25,5 sauberes Blatt alt - koloriert, kräftiges Kolorit, vorderseitig beschriftet u. datiert, ( Gesamtansicht, Blüte, Samen, Fruchtstand ) Ränder gebräunt, sonst guter Zustand 11 Sprache: en
Bookseller: Buecherstube Eilert [Ludwigsburg, LB, Germany]
2017-09-04 22:02:20
PRAYER BOOK] - MEYERS, B. and A. ALEXANDER (translators).
London W. Tooke for The Translators, 1770. First edition. Octavo, (17.5 x 11 cm); [1], 213, [16] pp. Text in Hebrew and English. Worm marks and small marginal tears to a few pages, contemporary brown calf, light wear, edges rubbed. A very good copy. First Hebrew-English Prayer Book Printed in England. In 1770, Alexander Alexander, pioneer of the Hebrew press in London, produced this liturgy according to the Ashkenazic rite in partnership with Benedict Meyers (Jost) of Halberstadt. The first English translation of the daily prayer-book, it was printed on a subscription basis and interestingly, the list of subscribers included many non-Jews. The translators Alexander and Meyers took note in their preface, that despite the cultural and religious significance of the Hebrew language, "being imperfectly understood by many, by some not at all, it has become necessary to translate our prayers into the language of the country wherein it has pleased Divine Providence to appoint our lot. They also belittled the earlier attempt at an English translation of a Hebrew prayer-book, which was published in London in 1738 by the apostate Abraham Mears under the pseudonym Gamaliel Ben Pedahzur, titled 'The Book of Religion, Ceremonies, and Prayers '. Vinograd, London 60; Roth B8:10. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2017-09-04 20:21:42
DODSLEY, J.(publisher). SOLANDER, DANIEL
London: J. Dodsley, 1770. First edition. 8vo (8 1/8 x 5 inches), pages: (2):237:(1):288, plus unpaginated contents leaves. Contemporary full tan calf, spine with raised bands and burgundy and black gilt lettering pieces. A handspme copy of the 1st edition in excellent condition. Contemporary engraved armorial bookplate on front pastedown, 20th Century personal bookplate on front free endpaper. Contains a 2-page "Copy of a letter to J. Ellis.from Dr. Solanden.now on his voyage round the world, in company with Joseph Banks.sent to observe the transit of Venus.at the new discovered islands in the South Seas, Rio de Janeiro Dec. 1, 1768". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bristow & Garland [Shaftesbury, United Kingdom]
2017-09-04 16:10:40
Arthur Young
Strahan & Nicoll 1770 - 8vo. Two volumes. Contemporary full speckled calf, with smooth backstrip gilt in compartments single blind filet to all boards. 14 full page plates in volume 1 (most folding) and 7 (2 folding) in volume 2 - including charming views of farm activities. Generally excellent barring only browning to the end papers, and one worm track to the last sections of volume 2. The heaviest damage is largely confined to the foredge margin and very rarely attains the text. The bindings are very good saving only wear to the upper corner of the back board of volume 1, and minor insect damage to the back board of volume 2. viii+458+(2)- advertisements. (1)+ii+500pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Richard Senior [France]
2017-09-03 17:16:58
Baretti, Joseph
London: T. Davies ... and L. Davis, 1770. First English edition. vii, [i], 306; [ii], 320; [ii], 319, [1]; [ii], 311, [1], [12, index] pp. 8vo. Contemporary calf, spines gilt, contrasting lettering pieces (the spine numbering incorrect). Extremities rubbed, some toning to text. First English edition. vii, [i], 306; [ii], 320; [ii], 319, [1]; [ii], 311, [1], [12, index] pp. 8vo. A work suggested by Baretti's friend Samuel Johnson, "It was he that exhorted me to write daily and with all possible minuteness: it was he that pointed out the topics which would most interest and most delight in a future publication. To his injunctions I have kept as close as I was able" (from the Preface). ESTC T83926; Courtney, p. 99
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2017-09-02 21:07:00
RAYNAL GUILLAUME.
1770. In 4° (270x 200) Pagg. 24. 50 carte carte geografiche numerate 49, con la carta n° 17 ripetuta due volte, tutte incise in rame su doppia pagg., entro reticolo geografico e con cartiglio esplicativo.Piena pelle bazzana coeva con titolo su tassello in oro al dorso, tagli gialli. Ottimo esemplare fresco e genuino, stampato su carta forte in bella impressione.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2017-09-01 20:43:01
JUDAICA] - ALEXANDER A[lexander] (translator).
London W. Gilbert for Alexander 1770 - Duodecimo in half sheets, (17 x 11 cm). lxxvii pp., frontispiece engraved by Terry, a bit spotted and stained, frontispiece slightly cropped. Contemporary calf spine over marbled boards; upper hinge splitting, rubbed; preserved in a new calf solander box with gilt lettering. The very first printing of the Haggadah in English. Very Rare. "This development is significant not only as a measure of the linguistic acculturation of English Jews by the latter part of the eighteenth century, but also as a break with previous policies. Only five years before, the publication of an English translation of the prayer-book prepared by Isaac Pinto had been thwarted by the conservative leaders of the Sephardic community. In their view only Spanish translations, hollowed the practice of centuries, were to be allowed." (Yerushalmi, Haggadah and History). This first English translation of the Haggadah, being also the first bilingual edition of the Haggadah, was translated by Alexander from Hebrew to English and published by him in 1770. It was issued in two editions - Ashkenazic, in which the hymns 'Adir Hu' and 'Had Gadya' appear in Yiddish at the end of the book, and the present Sephardic edition - without the hymns, but with inscriptions in Ladino (written in Hebrew letters). This Haggadah represents the only known appearance of Ladino in Hebrew letters in a London imprint. Very rare: this edition doesn't seem to be in the British Library nor the Bodleian. Alexander Alexander (Alexander ben Judah Leib) was one of the pioneers of the Hebrew printing in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books
2017-09-01 19:16:35
FERRER, P. M. Fr. Vincente; MAS, M. Fr. Luis Vincente
Valencia: Francisco Burguete, 1770. 2 Vols. [24], 604p; [8], 618p. Vol. 1 a 21 cm full leather binding with gilt on spine and gilt trim on boards. Vol. 2 a 21 cm vellum binding. Ex-library with labels on endpapers. Endpapers and title pages have some inking. index to vol. 2 detached from binding but still inside book. Leather binding secure but stained with fading, scuffing, bumped corners and tears to extremes. Vellum binding stained and discoloured with broken ties and a partial detachment from front hinge. While set are bound differently, the books inside match as a set. Sold "as-is." Que a la Luz del sol de las Esquelas Santo Tomas, dio al publico el P. M. Fr. Vincente Ferrer, de la Orden de Predicadores, y Cathedratico Jubilado en la Universidad de Valencia. An Adida, y Dispuesta para uso de los principiantes, por el M. Fr. Luis Vicente Mas, de la misma Orden, y Cathedatico de Primia en dicha Universidad. Very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Attic Books (ABAC, ILAB) [London, ON, Canada]
2017-09-01 18:18:31
NOZEMAN, Cornelius and Jan Christian SEPP.
Jan Christian Sepp Amsterdam -1829, 1770. Hand-coloured engraved plate by Sepp and Sepp the Younger. Framed and glazed, overall dimensions: 51.5 x 66 cm. Nozeman's work, which he couldn't finished, became the first comprehensive account of the avifauna of Holland and was the most expensive book for sale in Holland at the time. The plates of the book depict all species known in the Netherlands through the time of publication and frequently feature eggs and nests. They were boldly coloured by the publisher and still belong to the most famous ornithological representations.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2017-09-01 18:18:31
NOZEMAN, Cornelius and Jan Christian SEPP.
Jan Christian Sepp Amsterdam -1829, 1770. Pair of hand-coloured engraved plates by Sepp and Sepp the Younger. Framed and glazed, overall dimensions: 51.5 by 66 cm. Nozeman's work, which he couldn't finished, became the first comprehensive account of the avifauna of Holland and was the most expensive book for sale in Holland at the time. The plates of the book depict all species known in the Netherlands through the time of publication and frequently feature eggs and nests. They were boldly coloured by the publisher and still belong to the most famous ornithological representations.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2017-09-01 18:18:31
NOZEMAN, Cornelius and Jan Christian SEPP.
Jan Christian Sepp Amsterdam -1829, 1770. Pair of hand-coloured engraved plate by Sepp and Sepp the Younger. Framed and glazed, overall dimensions: 51.5 by 66 cm. Nozeman's work, which he couldn't finish, became the first comprehensive account of the avifauna of Holland and was the most expensive book for sale in Holland at the time. The plates of the book depict all species known in the Netherlands through the time of publication and frequently feature eggs and nests. They were boldly coloured by the publisher and still belong to the most famous ornithological representations.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2017-09-01 18:18:31
NOZEMAN, Cornelius and Jan Christian SEPP.
Jan Christian Sepp Amsterdam -1829, 1770. Pair of hand-coloured engraved plates by Sepp and Sepp the Younger. Framed and glazed, overall dimensions: 51.5 by 66cm. Nozeman's work, which he couldn't finished, became the first comprehensive account of the avifauna of Holland and was the most expensive book for sale in Holland at the time. The plates of the book depict all species known in the Netherlands through the time of publication and frequently feature eggs and nests. They were boldly coloured by the publisher and still belong to the most famous ornithological representations.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2017-09-01 18:18:31
NOZEMAN, Cornelius and Jan Christian SEPP.
Jan Christian Sepp Amsterdam -1829, 1770. Hand-coloured engraved plate by Sepp and Sepp the Younger. Framed and glazed, overall dimensions: 78 by 65.5 cm. Nozeman's work, which he couldn't finished, became the first comprehensive account of the avifauna of Holland and was the most expensive book for sale in Holland at the time. The plates of the book depict all species known in the Netherlands through the time of publication and frequently feature eggs and nests. They were boldly coloured by the publisher and still belong to the most famous ornithological representations.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2017-09-01 16:33:51
Olod, Luis de :
(Barcelona, C. Sapera 1768). Titelblatt: Gerona, Narsisco Oliva (um 1770). - Fol. (6) Bll., 116 Ss., (25) Bll. Mit Portrait des Autors, Widmungsblatt, 25 kalligr. Seiten. Leder d. Zt. (berieben, v.a. Rücken). Überwiegend 1. Ausgabe. Die Ausgabenbestimmung bereitet Probleme: Text, Vorstücke und der Tafelanhang entsprechen der – nach Bonacici – ersten Ausgabe bei Sapera in Barcelona (s. auch die Digitalisate der Spanischen Nationalbibliothek). Lediglich der Titel und evtl. das gestochene Portrait des Autors entstammen der 2. Augabe, um 1770 bei N. Oliva in Gerona erschienen. Offensichtlich ist dem Buchbinder hier ein Fehler unterlaufen. Die ältere Ansetzung Palaus (Manual), der die Oliva-Ausgabe ins Jahr 1766 datiert, hat sich nicht durchgesetzt; es erscheint auch unwahrscheinlich, dass die erweiterte Ausgabe – die bei Oliva – die erste sein soll. Vorsätze und Spiegel aus Marmorpapier. Durchgehend mäßig gebräunt und leicht fleckig. Palau 201093; Bonacini 1309; vgl. Ornamentstichkat. 5247. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Germany]
2017-09-01 06:45:17
BOTANICAL ENGRAVINGS)
No date. Ca. 1770. Chiesa, I.F. and I. Lanfranchi (illus). Engraved by Ramis. TWO ENGRAVINGS, each approximately 12 1/2 x 9 inches on sheet 17 x 11 inches. One sheet has small area of paper loss in upper right margin, well outside the image area. Very good condition. Attractively designed images each showing a plant with botanical details. A particularly nice feature is the elegant lettering under each image. Strong impressions.
Bookseller: oldimprints.com [USA]
2017-09-01 06:12:11
Gellert, C. F.
Berlin und Stettin. Joachim Pauli, 1770. 4 in 2, 8°. 20,1 x 12,8 cm. Hardcover in Leder, In gutem Zustand. die Einbände berieben, der Rücken des 1. Bandes mit Bezugsfehlstelle und Resten des Rückenschildes, Band 2 weniger berieben, die Buchblöcke sauber, zwei Blatt im 1. Band lose beiliegend, ein weiteres nicht zum Text passendes Blatt ebenfalls lose beiliegend, die Ausgabe mit schön gestalteten Titeln. Mit 1 gestochenem Portrait Gellerts als Frontispiz und 3 weiteren gestochenen Frontispizes. Mit mehreren gestochenen figürlichen Titelvignetten (13) sowie zahlreichen Holzschnittvignetten unter Angabe \"Frankfurt und Leipzig\", 1768, 1769 und 1770. - Seitenzahlen: 2 Blatt, 152 S.;(1) Blatt, XXX S., 2 Blatt, 100 S.; VI S., 1 Blatt, 86 S / 2.Band: 1 Blatt, 392 S. / 3. und 4. Band: (2) Blatt, (VI) Seiten, (1) Blatt, S. 7- 234, (IV) Blatt, XIV S., 146 S., 1 Blatt, 40 Seiten, 24 Seiten, X,11- 184 Seiten, Band 1 enthält: Leben der schwedischen Gräfin, 1. Theil , 1769, Fabeln und Erzählungen, 1. Theil, 1768, 2. Theil, 1768, C.F. Gellerts Lustspiele, 1770, der 2. Band enthält: Lehrgedichte und Erzehlungen, 1769 , Sammlung vermischter Schriften, 1. Theil, 1769, 2. Theil, 1769, Geistliche Oden und Lieder, 1768, Von den Trostgründen wider ein sieches Leben, 1769, Von der Beschaffenheit, dem Umfange und dem Nutzen der Moral, 1770, Briefe nebst einer Praktischen Abhandlung von dem guten Geschmacke in Briefen, 1768,. Versand D: 2,95 EUR Literatur und Unterhaltung, Illustrierte Bücher
Bookseller: Leipziger Antiquariat e. K.
2017-09-01 03:53:21
RAYNAL GUILLAUME.
1770. In 4° (270x 200) Pagg. 24. 50 carte carte geografiche numerate 49, con la carta n° 17 ripetuta due volte, tutte incise in rame su doppia pagg., entro reticolo geografico e con cartiglio esplicativo.Piena pelle bazzana coeva con titolo su tassello in oro al dorso, tagli gialli. Ottimo esemplare fresco e genuino, stampato su carta forte in bella impressione.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2017-08-31 15:10:52
Altkolorierter Kupferstich von Francois-Nicolas Martinet aus "Histoire naturelle des oisseaux", Paris, ab 1770, 22 x 18,5 cm. Nissen IVB, 158. - George Louis de Buffons großes Werk „Histoire naturelle générale" befasste sich auch mit der Vogelwelt. Ab 1770 erschien „Histoire naturelle des oiseaux" mit über 1000 prachtvollen, sorgfältig kolorierten Kupfertafeln. Den Großteil der Blätter stach Francoise-Nicolas Martinet. Charakteristisch ist die gelb kolorierte Linienumrahmung.
Bookseller: Franziska Bierl Antiquariat [München, Germany]
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2017-08-31 15:10:52
Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus "Histoire naturelle des oisseaux", Paris, ab 1770, 22 x 18,5 cm. Nissen IVB, 158. - George Louis de Buffons großes Werk „Histoire naturelle générale" befasste sich auch mit der Vogelwelt. Ab 1770 erschien „Histoire naturelle des oiseaux" mit über 1000 prachtvollen, sorgfältig kolorierten Kupfertafeln. Den Großteil der Blätter stach Francoise-Nicolas Martinet. Charakteristisch ist die gelb kolorierte Linienumrahmung.
Bookseller: Franziska Bierl Antiquariat [München, Germany]
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2017-08-31 10:16:31
Kupferstich von Johann Esaias Nilson, um 1770, 20 x 15,5 cm. APK 26075; Schuster 314; Thieme-Becker Bd. XIX, S. 317. - Der kaiserliche Prinzipal-Kommissarius am Reichstag in Regensburg war Freiherr \"in Impden, Eglingen et Osterhofen\". - Breitrandig. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Porträts, Post, Thurn und Taxis
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2017-08-30 19:32:02
FONTANIEU, Pierre-Elizabeth de (1730-1784)
Paris, 1770. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. Folio (500 x 327 mm). Engraved title and dedication, 27 full-page plates of urns and vases, with 20 shown in outline on opposite pages, engraved by Niodot after Fontainieu, Charles-Nicolas Cochin II and Simon Charles Miger. Contemporary French mottled calf gilt. Front hinge cracked, some light wear to extremities. Provenance: Jean Baptiste L'Ecuy (1740-1834), Abbot-General of the Premonstratensian Order (armorial bookplate, and his inscription to:) Pierre de Launay; purchased from Marlborough Rare Books, 1986. FIRST EDITION. Fontanieu was keeper of King Louis XVI's furniture, and this series of designs for turners, casters and chasers was highly influential in inspiring many important vases produced by the Sévres Factory. The style reflects the move away from the rococo towards neoclassicism, and the plates show both the outline of the forms, and the forms fully decorated. The final seven plates show vases in situ on plinths. A fine association copy from the library of Jean Baptise L'Ecuy, Abbot-General of the Premonstratensian Order and a notable collector of books and scientific instruments. He has written a lengthy presentation inscription in Latin giving the book to his friend and neighbor, Pierre de Launay, Director of the Royal Glass-works at St. Gobain. Berlin Kat. 1089; Cohen-de Ricci 407; Guilmard I, p. 233.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts
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2017-08-30 12:01:54
Nozeman, Cornelius
Natural History: Amsterdam Jan Christien Sepp & Zoon, Boekverkoopers. 1770-1829. Copper engraved print of the Black-headed Gull with original hand colouring. from Cornelius Nozeman's "Nederlandsche Vogelin. " Clean and bright. Cornelius Nozeman, (1712- 1786) was a Dutch clergyman and ornithologist, proposed to publish the first complete illustrated work of the birds of Holland "Nederlandsce Vogelin" in 5 volumes. In partnership with the Sepps. father Christien (1700-1775) & Jan Christien (1739-1811) with their expertise in natural history, illustration and printing were to be responsible for the plates, ; also to publish and sell the work; Nozeman wrote the text for Volune1 and most of Volume 2 before his death in 1786. They proposed that each volume should cover one species and contain fifty copper engraved, hand coloured plates, lifesize if possible, with accompanying descriptive text The ambitious project took 60 years to complete and was still in production when Nozeman died in 1786. Christien Sepp had died earlier in 1775. The Sepp family under Jan Christien engaged physician Martinus Houttuyn (1720-1798) to continue the work and then later CJ Temminck. It was left to Jan Sepp. the third generation to finally finish the work in 1829 following his father's death in 1811. John Landwehr in" Dutch books with Coloured Plates" mentions that the complete 5 volume work was sold for 525 Florins which made it the most expensive Dutch book for sale at the time. Anker:369; Nissen:684; Landwehr p96, no 145. Natural History Birds of Nozeman Black-headed Gull Larus ridibundus
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [GRC]
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2017-08-30 12:01:54
Nozeman, Cornelius
Natural History: Amsterdam Jan Christien Sepp & Zoon, Boekverkoopers. 1770-1829. Copper engraved print of the Golden Plover with original hand colouring. from Cornelius Nozeman's "Nederlandsche Vogelin. " Clean and bright. Cornelius Nozeman, (1712- 1786) was a Dutch clergyman and ornithologist, proposed to publish the first complete illustrated work of the birds of Holland "Nederlandsce Vogelin" in 5 volumes. In partnership with the Sepps. father Christien (1700-1775) & Jan Christien (1739-1811) with their expertise in natural history, illustration and printing were to be responsible for the plates, ; also to publish and sell the work; Nozeman wrote the text for Volune1 and most of Volume 2 before his death in 1786. They proposed that each volume should cover one species and contain fifty copper engraved, hand coloured plates, lifesize if possible, with accompanying descriptive text The ambitious project took 60 years to complete and was still in production when Nozeman died in 1786. Christien Sepp had died earlier in 1775. The Sepp family under Jan Christien engaged physician Martinus Houttuyn (1720-1798) to continue the work and then later CJ Temminck. It was left to Jan Sepp. the third generation to finally finish the work in 1829 following his father's death in 1811. John Landwehr in" Dutch books with Coloured Plates" mentions that the complete 5 volume work was sold for 525 Florins which made it the most expensive Dutch book for sale at the time. Anker:369; Nissen:684; Landwehr p96, no 145. Natural History Birds of Nozeman Golden plover Pluvialis apricaria Cha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [GRC]
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2017-08-30 12:01:54
Nozeman, Cornelius
Natural History: Amsterdam Jan Christien Sepp & Zoon, Boekverkoopers. 1770-1829. Copper engraved print of the Manx Shearwater, with original hand colouring. from Cornelius Nozeman's "Nederlandsche Vogelin. ". Clean and bright. Cornelius Nozeman, (1712- 1786) was a Dutch clergyman and ornithologist, proposed to publish the first complete illustrated work of the birds of Holland "Nederlandsce Vogelin" in 5 volumes. In partnership with the Sepps. father Christien (1700-1775) & Jan Christien (1739-1811) with their expertise in natural history, illustration and printing were to be responsible for the plates, ; also to publish and sell the work; Nozeman wrote the text for Volune1 and most of Volume 2 before his death in 1786. They proposed that each volume should cover one species and contain fifty copper engraved, hand coloured plates, lifesize if possible, with accompanying descriptive text The ambitious project took 60 years to complete and was still in production when Nozeman died in 1786. Christien Sepp had died earlier in 1775. The Sepp family under Jan Christien engaged physician Martinus Houttuyn (1720-1798) to continue the work and then later CJ Temminck. It was left to Jan Sepp. the third generation to finally finish the work in 1829 following his father's death in 1811. John Landwehr in" Dutch books with Coloured Plates" mentions that the complete 5 volume work was sold for 525 Florins which made it the most expensive Dutch book for sale at the time. Anker:369; Nissen:684; Landwehr p96, no 145. Natural History Birds of Nozeman Manx Shearwater Puffinus Pufffinu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-08-30 12:01:54
Nozeman, Cornelius
Natural History: Amsterdam Jan Christien Sepp & Zoon, Boekverkoopers. 1770-1829. Copper engraved print of the Herring Gull with original hand colouring. from Cornelius Nozeman's "Nederlandsche Vogelin. " Inset, on banner, of the Gull's egg. Clean and bright; a large image. so very little margin top and bottom. Cornelius Nozeman, (1712- 1786) was a Dutch clergyman and ornithologist, proposed to publish the first complete illustrated work of the birds of Holland "Nederlandsce Vogelin" in 5 volumes. In partnership with the Sepps. father Christien (1700-1775) & Jan Christien (1739-1811) with their expertise in natural history, illustration and printing were to be responsible for the plates, ; also to publish and sell the work; Nozeman wrote the text for Volune1 and most of Volume 2 before his death in 1786. They proposed that each volume should cover one species and contain fifty copper engraved, hand coloured plates, lifesize if possible, with accompanying descriptive text The ambitious project took 60 years to complete and was still in production when Nozeman died in 1786. Christien Sepp had died earlier in 1775. The Sepp family under Jan Christien engaged physician Martinus Houttuyn (1720-1798) to continue the work and then later CJ Temminck. It was left to Jan Sepp. the third generation to finally finish the work in 1829 following his father's death in 1811. John Landwehr in" Dutch books with Coloured Plates" mentions that the complete 5 volume work was sold for 525 Florins which made it the most expensive Dutch book for sale at the time. Anker:369; Nissen:684; Lan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [GRC]
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2017-08-30 12:01:54
Nozeman, Cornelius
Natural History: Amsterdam Jan Christien Sepp & Zoon, Boekverkoopers. 1770-1829. Copper engraved print of the Wood Pigeon with original hand colouring. from Cornelius Nozeman's "Nederlandsche Vogelin. " Clean and bright. Cornelius Nozeman, (1712- 1786) was a Dutch clergyman and ornithologist, proposed to publish the first complete illustrated work of the birds of Holland "Nederlandsce Vogelin" in 5 volumes. In partnership with the Sepps. father Christien (1700-1775) & Jan Christien (1739-1811) with their expertise in natural history, illustration and printing were to be responsible for the plates, ; also to publish and sell the work; Nozeman wrote the text for Volune1 and most of Volume 2 before his death in 1786. They proposed that each volume should cover one species and contain fifty copper engraved, hand coloured plates, lifesize if possible, with accompanying descriptive text The ambitious project took 60 years to complete and was still in production when Nozeman died in 1786. Christien Sepp had died earlier in 1775. The Sepp family under Jan Christien engaged physician Martinus Houttuyn (1720-1798) to continue the work and then later CJ Temminck. It was left to Jan Sepp. the third generation to finally finish the work in 1829 following his father's death in 1811. John Landwehr in" Dutch books with Coloured Plates" mentions that the complete 5 volume work was sold for 525 Florins which made it the most expensive Dutch book for sale at the time. Anker:369; Nissen:684; Landwehr p96, no 145. Natural History Birds of Nozeman Wood Pigeon Columa palumbus
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [GRC]
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2017-08-30 12:01:54
Nozeman, Cornelius
Natural History: Amsterdam Jan Christien Sepp & Zoon, Boekverkoopers. 1770-1829. Copper engraved print of the Razorbill, with original hand colouring. from Cornelius Nozeman's "Nederlandsche Vogelin. ". Clean and bright. Cornelius Nozeman, (1712- 1786) was a Dutch clergyman and ornithologist, proposed to publish the first complete illustrated work of the birds of Holland "Nederlandsce Vogelin" in 5 volumes. In partnership with the Sepps. father Christien (1700-1775) & Jan Christien (1739-1811) with their expertise in natural history, illustration and printing were to be responsible for the plates, ; also to publish and sell the work; Nozeman wrote the text for Volune1 and most of Volume 2 before his death in 1786. They proposed that each volume should cover one species and contain fifty copper engraved, hand coloured plates, lifesize if possible, with accompanying descriptive text The ambitious project took 60 years to complete and was still in production when Nozeman died in 1786. Christien Sepp had died earlier in 1775. The Sepp family under Jan Christien engaged physician Martinus Houttuyn (1720-1798) to continue the work and then later CJ Temminck. It was left to Jan Sepp. the third generation to finally finish the work in 1829 following his father's death in 1811. John Landwehr in" Dutch books with Coloured Plates" mentions that the complete 5 volume work was sold for 525 Florins which made it the most expensive Dutch book for sale at the time. Anker:369; Nissen:684; Landwehr p96, no 145. Natural History Birds of Nozeman Razorbill Alda torda
Bookseller: Mary Louise Bryan/Paralos Gallery [GRC]
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2017-08-30 05:43:15
Winckler, Jean Benoit (17..-17..)
ca. 1770-1780 346 x 498 mm (plate: 293 x 420 mm) Etching/engraving/watercolour Collection des Prospects. Vuë apres la Melckbrugg, sur la Spaarne a Haarlem. Prospect beij der Melckbrug, über die Sparne, in Haarlem. Vuë apres la Melckbrugg, sur la Spaarne a Haarlem. Gravé par Jean Benoit Winckler. Se vend á Augsbourg au Negoce comun de l'Academie Imperiale d'Empire des Arts libereaux avec Privilege de Sa Majesté Imperiale et avec Defense ni d'en faire ni de vendre les Copies. Right bottom corner missing. Light discolouration on top right. Overall good state. Optical view on the river the Spaarne in Haarlem. On the right the 'Melkbrug' (milkbridge) is depicted. An impressive ship sails through the canal. The print is beautifully hand coloured. It is uncommon to see detail in the way the print is coloured, as shown in the clothing of the rich figures strolling by the riverside. The top of the print shows remains of being pasted onto a passe-partout with sour free tape.
Bookseller: Historisch Antiquariaat A.G. van der Ste
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2017-08-29 20:53:56
SCUOLA FRANCESE
1770. Veduta ottica della pIazza dei Miracoli, edita a Parigi dal Basset nella seconda metà del XVIII secolo. Incisione in rame, tipica coloritura coeva, rifilata al rame e incollata su supporto cartaceo, leggere abrasioni, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. 420 225mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2017-08-29 15:23:28
Kupferstich von Joseph Anton Zimmermann, um 1770, 9 x 6,5 cm (Darstellung), 14 x 17 cm (Blattgröße). Geglättete Längsfalte, dort hinterlegte Randeinrisse. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Heiligenbilder, Andachtsbilder, Andechs, Gnadenbilder, Oberbayern, Wallfahrtsorte
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2017-08-27 20:39:36
D'AGUESSEAU, Chancelier ; VAQUIER
1 vol. in-4 reliure de l'époque pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Chez Joseph Dalles, & Fris Vitrac, Toulouse, 1770, xii-28-567 pp. Bon état (frott. et qq. épidermures en plats, petit accroc discret en coiffe sup., bel état intérieur). Camus & Dupin, 1819, 731 Français
Bookseller: Librairie Du Cardinal
2017-08-27 20:39:36
D'AGUESSEAU, Chancelier ; VAQUIER
1 vol. in-4 reliure de l'époque pleine basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Chez Joseph Dalles, & Fris Vitrac, Toulouse, 1770, xii-28-567 pp. Bon état (frott. et qq. épidermures en plats, petit accroc discret en coiffe sup., bel état intérieur). Camus & Dupin, 1819, 731 Langue: Français [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2017-08-27 13:16:48
Winckler, Jean Benoit (17..-17..)
ca. 1770-1780 346 x 498 mm (plate: 293 x 420 mm) Etching/engraving/watercolour Collection des Prospects. Vuë apres la Melckbrugg, sur la Spaarne a Haarlem. Prospect beij der Melckbrug, über die Sparne, in Haarlem. Vuë apres la Melckbrugg, sur la Spaarne a Haarlem. Gravé par Jean Benoit Winckler. Se vend á Augsbourg au Negoce comun de l'Academie Imperiale d'Empire des Arts libereaux avec Privilege de Sa Majesté Imperiale et avec Defense ni d'en faire ni de vendre les Copies. Right bottom corner missing. Light discolouration on top right. Overall good state.Optical view on the river the Spaarne in Haarlem. On the right the 'Melkbrug' (milkbridge) is depicted. An impressive ship sails through the canal. The print is beautifully hand coloured. It is uncommon to see detail in the way the print is coloured, as shown in the clothing of the rich figures strolling by the riverside. The top of the print shows remains of being pasted onto a passe-partout with sour free tape.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR
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2017-08-26 22:25:32
HOME, Francis (Francisco)
Impensis Thomae Cadell, Londini; et Alex. Kincaid & Jo. Bell, Thomas Cadell, 1770. Octavo. Full leather binding. Recased early boards with later leather spine. Corners bumped. xii, 340 p. Clean, unmarked pages. Editio Tertia. ESTC T55413. Francis Home (1719-1813) was a Scottish Enlightenment era doctor and the first Professor of Materia Medica at U. Edinburgh. He made the first attempt to vaccinate against measles in 1758. "His 'Principia Medicinae' was a valuable work in its day, and was used as a text-book by several continental professors." DNB, Former Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1783-2002: Biographical Index. Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2017-08-26 19:12:59
GOLDSMITH, Oliver (1728-1774)
London: Printed for W. Griffin, at Garrick's Head, in Catharine street, Strand, MDCCLXX [1770]. First Edition. First Issue, with the erroneous catchword "Careless" for "Thus" on p. 9. 4to: vii,[1]-23[1]pp, with half-title (bulked at end with 22 blank leaves). Title page with engraved vignette by Isaac Taylor, "The Sad Historian on the Pensive Plain." With the half title stating, "Price 2s." Beautifully bound in full red recent morocco, spine with four raised bands ruled in gilt, black morocco lettering piece gilt, end papers and blanks (including 22 leaves at end to add bulk) renewed. Very minor light scratches to boards, else the handsome binding is tight and square. Half title soiled and toned, with tiny closed tear to center, very occasional faint spotting, final leaf with old neat patch repair to verso and tiny hole obliterating page number, else contents clean and bright. Rothschild 1032. Hayward 184 (for one of the duodecimos once thought to be privately printed trial issues, but which Todd ("The private issues of The deserted village," Studies in Bibliography, 6:25-44 1954 ) has now identified as unauthorized later printings). Sterling 405 (Exhibition in the Yale University Library of the Works of Oliver Goldsmith in Connection with the Bicentenary of His Birth). Tinker 1122. Courtney (Johnson), p. 113 ("The last four lines in Goldsmith's Deserted Village were by Johnson."). Temple Scott, pp. 238-252 (A "poem without which we should be poor indeed. . . . Such a demand for a poem [citing four authorized edition published within the first 30 days of first publication] … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Fine Editions Ltd [U.S.A.]
2017-08-26 17:15:14
Various
Printed for J. Marks, London 1770 - Fourth edition bound in contemporary half calf over marbled boards. Original end bands. A little rubbing to edges and corners and small areas of wear to the marbled paper at the edges. Red speckled edges but now mostly worn away on fore edge. Gilt decoration to smooth spine with title in second compartment. Book plate and 'Fine Arts' label on front paste down but no other marks or stamps. Very good condition throughout. 2 small holes in A2. Occasional mark. The 10 plates are in very good condition. Contains a chronological and historical series of the most eminent painters from the thirteenth century and an alphabetical list of engravers. Pp. xi, [1], 264 + 10 engravings. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Old Books and Maps
2017-08-26 16:34:43
Lucianus
typis seminarii, Catinae, 1770. 2 volumi, in 8°, 21 cm, rilegatura coeva in pergamena, p. xii, iii, 790, vignetta incisa ai frontespizi, qualche brunitura. La legatura dei 2 volumi è identica, ma il secondo volume è più alto di mezzo cm rispetto al primo Molto buono
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI - ILAB) [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2017-08-26 16:34:43
Lucianus
typis seminarii, 1770. 2 volumi, in 8°, 21 cm, rilegatura coeva in pergamena, p. xii, iii, 790, vignetta incisa ai frontespizi, qualche brunitura. La legatura dei 2 volumi è identica, ma il secondo volume è più alto di mezzo cm rispetto al primo
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI-ILAB)
2017-08-25 16:35:14
DELAFOSSE, Jean Charles (1734-1791)
Paris: Daumont, circa 1770. 6 parts in one volume, folio (458 x 305 mm). 30 engraved plates including 6 titles and 12 engraved plates by Voisord after Delafosse of trophies from various other countries; 10 engraved plates after Delafosse of mantelpieces laid in. Contemporary calf-backed marbled boards. Some wear at extremities. FIRST EDITION. "After commencing a career as a sculptor, Delafosse established himself as a prominent architect, designer, and engraver to become one of the originators of the heavy, architectonic, classicizing ornament of the Louis XVI style" (Millard). In six parts each with 5 plates: 1) Attributs d'Eglise; 2) Attributs de Guerre; 3) Attributs Militaires; 4) Attibuts Pastorals; 5) Chasse et Peche; 6) Attributs d'Amour et de Musique. At end are 12 additional engraved plates of trophies from various countries, and 10 mantelpiece designs from Delafosse's Iconologie laid-in. See Millard/French 58. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts
2017-08-25 12:59:27
Hederich, Benjamin
in Gleditschens Handlung, 1770. ...gehöret, nebst ihren eigentlichen Bildungen bey den Alten, physikalischen und moralischen Deutungen zusammen getragen, und mit einem Anhange dazu dienlicher genealogischer Tabellen versehen worden. Zu besserm Verständnisse der schönen Künste und Wissenschaften nicht nur für Studierende, sondern auch viele Künstler und Liebhaber der alten Kunstwerke, sorgfältigst durchgesehen, ansehnlich vermehret und verbessert von Johann Joachim Schwaben, öffentl. Lehrer der Weltweish. und fr. Künste zu Leipzig, des gr. Fürstencoll. Colleg. daselbst, und der Universitätsbibliothek Aufseher. Gestochenes Frontispiz von Johann Georg Mentzel, Titelblatt in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Dritte Ausgabe. - (Es fehlt das letzte Blatt mit Tabellen XXX & XXXI, dieses in Fotokopie beigelegt. Erste und letzte Blätter etwas stockfleckig, kleiner Stempel auf Titelblatt, papierbedingt leicht gebräunt einige Marginalien einer Hand der Zeit, meist mit Ergänzungen) Recht gutes Exemplar in einem dekorativen Einband. - Seiten XV-LIV: "Verzeichniß der in diesem Buche angeführten Schriftsteller, nebst Anzeige ihrer gebrauchten Schriften und deren Ausgaben." - "Einst sehr verbreitetes und beliebtes Werk. Die Ausgabe von 1770 stand auf Goethes Schreibtisch. Quelle für Kleists Penthesilea und Grillparzers Goldenes Vlies" (Zischka 38). Goethe benutzte sowohl die erste Ausgabe von 1724 (= Georgi II,223) wie die vorliegende eine zweite erschien 1741 (= Georgi, Suppl. II,145). Benjamin Hederich (1675 - 1748), Sohn eines Geistlichen, besuchte die Fürstenschule in Grimma, studierte in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck [Germany]
2017-08-25 11:54:33
Mieris, Frans van (1635 in Leiden - 1681 ebenda):
bezeichnet; Francois Basan Paris und Pierre Fouquet Amsterdam um 1770 [Das dekorative Blatt am oder minimal über den Plattenrand beschnitten und an den Rändern alt auf Büttenpapier montiert. The decorative etching trimmed to or minimally over the margins and at the edges old mounted on laid paper.]
Bookseller: Kunsthandel & Antiquariat Magister Ruß [Lechbruck, Germany]
2017-08-25 05:14:43
richardson
amsterdam. En 3 tome les 6 volumes 1770 rare edition avec l indication galliard reliure cuir [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MBLIVRES [orleans, France]
2017-08-24 16:42:36
ARZT
Kupferstich von Thelott nach Steen, Augsburg, um 1770, 31 x 25 cm. Stich nach dem Gemälde in der Galerie in Düsseldorf. - Im Eck unten links schwach wasserrandig. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Berufe, Medizin
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
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