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        Il divortio celeste, cagionato dalle dissolutezze della sposa romana, e consacrato alla simplicita de' scrupolosi christiani.

      In Villafranca, 1643, - in-12, (143x80 mm), pp. 96, legatura in mezza pelle marrone e percallina verde ai piatti, al centro dei quali sono impresse in oro le Joaquim Gomez de La Cortina con motto ''J. Gomez De La Cortina et Amicorum e Fallitur Hora Legendo''. Al titolo graziosa vignetta di sapore popolare (mm 35x45). Prima edizione della prima parte di quest'opera attribuita generalmente al Pallavicino, continuata da Gregorio Leti e da lui suddivisa in tre libri: il primo (qui edito) riguarda il rapporto di Cristo con l'adultera Chiesa, il secondo contiene il processo dei bastardi di quella e il terzo il concorso di varie chiese allo sposalizio di Cristo. Joaquim Gomez de La Cortina, marchese di Morante (1808-1868), fu celebre bibliofilo spagnolo, giurista; la sua biblioteca venne venduta da Drouot nel 1872. Al contropiatto ex-libris del Du Plessis. Ottimo esemplare di illustre provenienza. Melzi I, pp. 323-324. Graesse V, 111. Cat. Vinciana 414. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco]
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        Stil et règlement sur le faict de la justice et instruction des procez, dressé par le souverain Sénat de Savoye

      Geoffroy Dufour, Chambéry 1643 - ____ Relié à la suite : Brief receuil des édicts de tres illustre prince Emanuel Philibert, par la grace de Dieu Duc de Savoye. Et des arrests donnez par son souverain Sénat seant à Chambéry, sur le faict de la religion, justice, & politique. Chambéry, Geoffroy Dufour, 1643. In-4 de (8), 94 pp., 1 f. bl. - Edicts et reglemens de tres illustre prince Emanuel Philibert . Livre second. Idem. (4), 56 pp. - Edicts de tres illustre et serenissime prince Charles Emanuel . Livre troisième. idem. (10), 107, (1) pp., pp. 145 à 169, (1), p., ff. 190 à 196, pp. 177 à 208, pp. 193 à 208. Relié à la suite : - Edict pour la prolongation des feries des vendenges, qui commenceront dés le 13 de Septembre jusqu'au 14 de Novembre. 3 pp. - Extrait des registres du souverain Sénat de Savoie. 2 pp. La pagination de la troisième partie des "Edits" est curieuse, mais l'exemplaire est bien complet ainsi. Armes de Savoie gravées sur les titres. Cachets de congrégation religieuse sur le premier. Un manque de vélin à la coiffe inférieure et à un coin, les autres coins usés. Assez bon exemplaire dans sa première reliure. Manque à la bibliothèque de Chambéry, selon le Ccfr. *-------*. In-4. Collation : (4), 112 pp. Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of the Houses of Douglas and Angus. 2 parts in one volume

      [Evan Tyler], Edinburgh 1643 - xvi, 440pp. The first part was published in 1644 and the second part entitled 'The History of the Douglasses containing the House of Angus' in 1643. There is a pagination error with second part commencing at page 203 rather than 213. Heraldic bookplate with 'Tria Juncta In Uno' motif. Ex libris plate of Robert Maxtone Graham. Covers rubbed and bumped with edgewear. Approximately one third of fep missing. Preface page missing. Pp. 193 to 196 missing and other pagination errors. Browning to title page of first part and light browning throughout. Water stains on last eight pages. Signatures of previous owners on title page of first part. Second part title page clear. Bookplates on ep. Tightly bound [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Guerra de Flandes. Traduxola de la Lengua Toscana en la Española el Padre Basilio Varen y la dedica a don Manuel Álvarez Pinto.

      Madrid, Francisco Martínez 1643 - Fol. (27,8 x 19,5 cm) Frontis grabado al cobre por María Eugenia de Beer, 4 h. sin num., 540 págs., 10 h. de tabla. Piel de época, lomo con nervios, hierros dorados y tejuelo (rozada). Primera edición española. El Cardenal Bentivoglio fue Nuncio Papal durante nueve años en los Países Bajos en la corte del Archiduque Alberto de Austria e Isabel Clara Eugenia. Narra de primera mano las guerras sostenidas en los territorios españoles en los Países Bajos, bajo los reinados de Felipe II a Felipe IV con el fin de conservar dichos dominios. Buen ejemplar, limpio y en buen estado. La encuadernación algo rozada. Palau, 27606 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón]
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        Gesamtans., "Hala. Hall in Schwaben.".

      - Kupferstich v. Merian n. Kern, 1643, 22,5 x 39 Prachtvoller Druck. Im Bildbereich kleines Loch.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Orbis maritimi sive rerum in mari et littoribus gestarum generalis historia. Dijon, Palliot, 1643. 4 w. Bll., 12 Bll., 725 S., 9 Bll., 4 w. Bll. Mit 23 Kupferstichkartem im Text, 20 Textkupfern sowie 2 (davon 1 doppelblattgr.) Tafeln. 4°. Ldr. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. RTitel und Goldschnitt (beschabt, Schließen fehlen, Rücken restauriert) sowie goldgepr. Deckelillustr. mit einer hinter einem Zaun sitzenden Frau, ein Löwe mit Kinderkopf auf dem Schoß und eine Fahne 'SPQG' haltend.

      1643 - Sabin 50723M JCB II, 307; Borba de M. 598; Rodrigues 1715; NHSM I, 567; nicht in Pastoureau.- Erste Ausgabe mit der auf Januar 1643 datierten Widmung an Ludwig XIII.- Das marinegeschichtliche Werk ist in zwei Teile unterteilt, der erste behandelt die frühe Geschichte der Seeschlachten und die Entwicklung in der Navigation sowie Geographie. Der zweite Teil widmet sich mehr den topographischen Beschreibungen und Entdeckungsreisen wie u.a. von Gerard de Veer, Thomas Cavendish, Sir Walter Raleigh, Le Moine, Thomas Hariot, Magellan. Die Karten u.a. von Nord- und Süd-Amerika, Ostasien, Kleinasien mit Cypern, Nordafrika, Sizilien, Italien. Die Kupfer mit Darstellungen von verschiedenen Schiffen, Medaillen und Münzen.- Handschriftlicher Eigentumsvermerk ('Jacob van der Straeten') in lateinischer Sprache auf drittem weißen Blatt (datiert 1664).- Ohne gestochenen Titel, Spiegel und Vorsätze erneuert. Gewicht in Gramm: 500 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Basilica chymica. Aucta a J. Hartmanno. Edita a J. Michaelis. 3 Teile in 1 Band.

      Genf Chouet 1643 - (17 x 11 cm). (16) 220 S.; (12) 419 (13 (3w)) S.; 114 (38) S. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel. Lederband der Zeit. Zweite bei Chouet erschienene Ausgabe. - Crollius (1580-1609), Chemiker und Arzt aus Wetten in Hessen war "einer der wenigen wirklichen prakt. Könner der Chemie" (Ferchl). Er führte durch sein hier vorliegendes Werk, das innerhalb von 50 Jahren 18 Auflagen und 6 Übersetzungen erlebte, eine große Anzahl von organischen Präparaten in den Arzneischatz ein. "The first standart scientific work of iatrochemistry". - Nahezu fleckenfreies Exemplar. Einband leicht berieben. Ecken abgestoßen. Rücken um 1900 erneuert. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - DSB 3, 471; Ferchl 109; Brüning 1672 (mit etwas abweichender Kollation) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber]
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        Gesamtansicht ('Lauffenburg').

      - Kupferstich v. Merian, 1643, 20,5 x 31

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Gesamtans., m. d. Belagerung durch die Kaiserlichen, "Wahre Abconderfactur des Statt Creutzenach .".

      - Kupferstich v. Merian n. Harff aus Theatrum Europäum, 1643, 20,5 x 47,5 Reiniger, 41. - Zeigt die Belagerung 1641. - Restauriert.

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        Las memorias de. Señor de Argenton, de los hechos y empresas de Luis Undécimo y Carlos Octavo, Reyes de Francia, traducidas por Iván de Vitrian.

      Amberes, Juan Meursio 1643 - Fol. (19,8 x 32 cm). 2 tomos en un vol. Pergamino de época. 14 h. inc. frontis grabado al cobre, 429 p., 14 h., 1 h. blanca, 6 h., 477 p., y 17 h. Primera edición en castellano de las Memorias de Felipe de Comines, señor de Argentón, al servicio de Luis XI y Carlos VIII de Francia; lo que supone un completo detalle histórico de la Francia del siglo XV, sus intrigas internas y sus relaciones con el resto de potencias europeas, los reinos de Castilla y Aragón, e Inglaterra. Palau: “Las adiciones de Vitrian realzan el valor literario de estas Memorias tan célebres en Francia.” Magnífico ejemplar, en su estado original. Palau, 58239 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón]
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        The History of the Houses of Douglas and Angus. 2 parts in one volume

      Edinburgh: [Evan Tyler]. Covers rubbed and bumped with edgewear. Approximately one third of fep missing. Preface page missing. Pp. 193 to 196 missing and other pagination errors. Browning to title page of first part and light browning throughout. Water stains on last eight pages. Signatures of previous owners on title page of first part. Second part title page clear. Bookplates on ep. Tightly bound. 1643. Revised edition. Brown hardback leather cover. 270mm x 200mm (11" x 8"). xvi, 440pp. The first part was published in 1644 and the second part entitled 'The History of the Douglasses containing the House of Angus' in 1643. There is a pagination error with second part commencing at page 203 rather than 213. Heraldic bookplate with 'Tria Juncta In Uno' motif. Ex libris plate of Robert Maxtone Graham. .

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        MUNDUS ALTER ET IDEM.

      - MVNDVS ALTER ET IDEM. Sive Terra Australis antehac semper incognita, longis itineribus peregrini Academici nuperrimè lustrata. Authore MERCVRIO BRITANNICO. Accessit propter assinitatem materiae THOMAE CAMPANELLAE, CIVITAS SOLIS. ET NOVA ATLANTIS. FRANC. BACONIS, Bar. de Verulamio. VLTRAIECTI, Apud Joannem à Waesberge Anno cIc Ic c XLIII [1643]. In 12º (de 7,5x12,5) com [16], 213, [19] págs. Encadernação da época inteira de pergaminho rígido. Ilustrado com 4 mapas desdobráveis e 1 levantamento epigráfico impresso em chapa (pag. 64-65) em extratexto. Exemplar com ex-libris oleográficos desvanecidos no verso da folha de rosto. Gravuras e mapas presentes no exemplar seguem a seguinte colação: Frontispício com gravura de um banquete colocado no anterrosto. Terra Sancta, Lavernia entre as págs. 32-33 Pamphagonia entre as págs. 34-35 Reprodução epigrafia entre as págs. 64-65 Frugiona entre as págs. 98-99 Moroniae entre as págs. 118-119 Mare Pacifico del Sur entre as págs. 192-193. Este trabalho é a primeira utopia sobre a Austrália, e a obra de Campanellas a Cidade do Sol e a de Bacon Nova Atlântida foram duas das mais reimpressas obras do século XVII sobre a utopia de uma república ideal (muitas vezes em conjunto com a Utopia de More e com a Oceana de Harrington). Este trabalho publicado anonimamente é provavelmente a primeira «distopia» (segundo McMullan, vide Politics of Unease, p. 236), e teve uma importante influência na obra As Viagens de Gulliver, de Swift. Mundus Alter et Idem foi atribuída a Hall, em 1674. No texto um viajante fictício «Mercurius Britannicus» visita quatro nações com nomes latinescos nomeadamente: Crapulia, Viraginia, Moronia, e Lavernia (respectivamente, a gula, a luxúria, a loucura e o engano). Contém um índice dos vários nomes de lugares dentro de cada região para enfatizar a piada. Os mapas ilustram uma Austrália imaginária e um continente Antártico, bem como muitos «não-lugares» nas Américas, daí a inclusão da obra nas bibliografias de Church e de Sabin. [EN] In 12 (7,5x12,5). [16], 213 [19] pp. Binding: Contemporary hard parchment. Illustrated with 4 maps and leaflets and 1 epigraphic survey printed plate (p. 64-65) "hors text". Copy with faded ex-libris stamps on the back of the title page. The engravings and maps present in the book are in the following order: Frontispiece with portrait of a banquet. Terra Sancta, Lavernia between pp. 32-33 Pamphagonia between pp. 34-35 Epigraphic survey between pp. 64-65 Frugiona between pp. 98-99 Moroniae between pp. 118-119 Mare Pacifico del Sur between pp. 192-193. Joseph Hall (1574-1656) was an English bishop, satirist and moralist. His contemporaries knew him as a devotional writer, and a high-profile controversialist of the early 1640s. This work is the earliest utopia set in Australia, and Campanellas’ City of the Sun and Bacon’s New Atlantis were two of the most reprinted (often together with Mores Utopia and Harrington's Oceana) of all the 17th century works on the ideal republic. This anonymously published work is probably the first English «dystopia» (McMullan, ‘Politics of Unease’, p. 236) as well as an important influence on Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels’. It seems to have been only formally attributed to Hall in 1674, although Milton had attacked the work, and Hall himself, at the time, for being devoid of the moral message necessary to satire. In the text, the fictional traveler ‘Mercurius Britannicus’ visits four nations with names of latin origin, including: Crapulia, Viraginia, Moronihah, and Lavernia (respectively, gluttony, lust, madness and deception). The index glosses the various placenames within each region to emphasize the joke. The maps illustrate the imaginary Australis and Antarctic continent, and with non-places on the Americas as well (hence its inclusion in Church and Sabin). Sabin 29819; Gibson (Francis Bacon) 213. Firpo, Bibliografia, 2, pag. 95. Rarissimo. ESTC S103674; Church II 54; STC (rev.) 12685.3; Shaaber; British Authors Printe [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        GALLAECIA REGNUM DESCRIPTA A F. FER. OJEA

      1643 - Materia:Cartografía antigua del siglo XVII. Galicia Publicación: Ámsterdam; 1643 - 1650 Descripción: Aparecen representados monstruos marinos y naves. Dos angelotes sujetan un escudo y un pentagrama. El titulo aparece enmarcado en una concha sostenido por una alegoría marina. Orientado hacia el norte con dos rosas de los vientos. Margenes graduados. Montes de perfil Hidrografía. Clave simbólica diferenciando los obispados de los arzobispados. La plancha se utilizo por primera vez en el año 1636 Técnica: Grabado calcográfico. / Reverso: Texto en francés a 2 col. Mapa en blanco y negro. Conservación: Buen estado de conservación. Impreso en papel grueso y fuerte de gran calidad, muy limpio. Medidas: 385 x 500 mm. Dimensión total: 460 x 560 mm. CB1

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        Desiderium collium aeternorum sive psalterium David paraphrasibus insigniter illustratum servata ubique ad verbum S. Hieronymi translatione. Accesserunt ad postremam editionem Lugdunensem 1574 singulis psalmis. Salzburg, J. B. Mayr (1695). 12°. 11 Bll., 749 S., 15 Bll., mit gest. Frontispiz u. 1 Textholzschnitt, Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch.

      - VD17 1:051905Q (nicht in Wolfenbüttel; nur 1 Ex. in der Stabi Berlin).- Aus dem Hebräischen übersetzt; enth. am Schluß außerdem: "Magni Athanasii in Psalmos Opusculum".- Mit Widmung an den Salzburger Domprobst Freiherr Maximilian Ernst v. Scherffenberg (1643-1713) und dessen gest. Wappen als Frontispiz.- Der niederländische Arzt, Historiker und Theologe Reinier Snoy (1477-1537) gehörte zu den Kreisen um Erasmus von Rotterdam. Sein "Psalterium Davidicum paraphrasibus brevibus illustratum" erschien erstmals 1535.- Innendeckel mit gest. Exlibris "ODORE CRUORE F: G: ELLY PRESBYTER", Vorsatz u. Titel gestempelt: "Bibliothek der P.P. Franziskaner in Suben".- Titel eingefaltet, etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. leicht berieben.

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        Iournalen van drie Voyagien, Te weten: 1. Van Mr. Thomas Candish, met drie Schepen de Magellaensche Strait rondom de Werelt, in den Iare 1586, 1587, en 1588. hebbende doot 't kruycen van der Zee gheseylt 13000 Mijlen. - 2. Vande Heer Fransoys Draeck, ende Heer Jan haukeins, Ridderen, naer WEest-indien gepretendeert Panama in te nemen ses van des Coningins Majesteyts Schepen, ende 21 and're, in den jare 1593. - Noch een Beschryvinghe vande Zee vaert der geheeler Werelt... (3) (Ofte beschryvinge van de Voyagie om den gantschen Aerkloot...). (The text to (3) lacks on the title-page). (3 parts).

      Amsterdam, By iacob Pietersz Wachter, 1643. 4to. Contemp. hcalf. Gilt spine. Spine rubbed and wear to spineends. (4),100 (A-N4) pp., 2 folded engraved maps (Zuyder deel van West-Indien and Noorder del van West-Indien). Maps shaved at bottom. With 4 large woodcut initials, yellow coloured. Lower margins occassionally cut close. Lower part of title-page lacks, but 3 last lines present with printing place and printer/year. ¶ A second part was published, but the parts were sold separately. The offered copy corresponds to Sabin,11607.

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        THE SOULDIERS EXERCISE: IN THREE BOOKES. The SOULDIERS ACCIDENCE and The SOULDIERS GRAMMAR parts 1 & 2.

      London, printed by John Dawson, and are to be sold by Lawrence Blaiklock at the signe of the sugar-loafe within Temple Barre, 1643.. Containing most necessary and curious rules for the exact mustering both of horse-troopes, and foot-bands, with several formes of battailes described in figures. A work fit to be studied and meete for the knowledge of Captaines, Muster-Masters and all young souldiers and generous spirits that love Honourable Practise of Armes. Combines three books: The SOULDIERS ACCIDENCE and The SOULDIERS GRAMMAR parts 1 & 2. A collected edition each having a separate title page but continuous pagination. THIRD EDITION, corrected and amended, 1643. Small 4to, approximately 195 x 150 mm, 7¾ x 5¾ inches, general title page within woodcut border, folding leaf with woodcut illustrations, 2 full page woodcut illustrations, many troop formations in the text, some full page, some illustrated initials, large woodcut at the end of the tables. Pages: [16], 128, 229-233, 136-173, [1], pagination goes out of order but all the catch words are correct and our copy collates the same as ESTC R25022, bound in full modern panelled speckled calf, gilt raised bands to spine, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. The first 6 leaves have a very small nick to lower margin, not affecting text, slight loss of paper to the top inner margin of title page, some light brown staining to the lower margins of last few pages, some light age browning throughout, occasional nicks to margins, 3 small brown spots to folding woodcut, not affecting image, title page trimmed at lower margin, just shaving woodcut border, ink inscription on free endpaper: "To the accomplished Strategist & mighty Disposer of Troops Lt. Colonel Egerton, a a J. B." A very good copy of a scarce work. See: Poynter, A Bibliography of Gervase Markham 1568-1637, page184-185; Maurice J. D. Cockle, A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642, page 87; Sotheby's, The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, part 10, page 248, which lists the first part only. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Princeps ex Sylvestri Telii Fulginatis traductione diligenter emendatus- Quibus denuo accessit Antonii Possevini Iudicius de Nicolai Machiavelli et Ioannis Bodinis scriptis

      ex Officina Hieronymi De Vogel, 1643. Cm. 13,5, pp. 448 (8). Con bell'antiporta incisa in rame. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con unghie e titoli ms. al dorso. Piccole mancanze e macchiette alla legatura, sporadiche e lievi arrossature/bruniture. Buon esemplare. Interessantissima edizione che presenta una significativa traduzione latina del Principe di Machiavelli, destinata ad una circolazione europea del trattato. Seguono il Principe queste opere: Possevino, Iudicium de Nicolai Machiavelli et Ioannis Bodini (pp. 157-210). Vindiciae contra tyrannos sive, de principis in popolum, populique in principem, legitima potestate. Stephano Iunio Bruto Celta, auctore (pp. 211-374). De iure magistratuum in subditos, et officio subditorum erga magistratus (pp. 375-448). Cfr. Kvk..

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        La manière universelle de Mr. Desargues lyonnais pour poser l'essieu & placer les heures & autres choses aux cadrans au soleil

      Pierre Des-Hayes, Paris 1643 - Plein vélin rigide de l'époque. Un volume in-8 (205x137 mm), frontispice gravé, (6)-28-68 pages et 34 feuillets incluant un titre additionel et 66 planches gravées Manque de vélin en haut et en bas du dos. Piqûres de vers au plat supérieur, sans atteinte au corps d'ouvrage Mouillures en marge inférieure, sans gravité Édition originale de cet ouvrage recherché et magnifiquement illustré par Abraham Bosse (1602-1676) qui était l'un des plus fervent défenseur de Desargues Kemp [in. The Science of Art, pp. 120-123 Desargues (1591-1661) , was the "greatest perspectivist and projective geometer of his generation. Desargues was a civil and military engineer, an architect specialising in staircase design and above all a geometer of extraordinary spatial vision. His intellectual ambition was expressed in two closely-related aspirations: the building of a geometry of position (i.e. non-metrical) based on projective techniques; and the provision of all-embracing methods of geometrical operation for practitioners in various fields . In 1643, Bosse brought out the first of the publications in which he expounded Desargue's views. These consisted of treatises devoted to -- manières universelles -- for the cutting of stones in architectures according to the principles of projective geometry and the making of sundials, etc. These attracted new assaults, this time from an expert in stonecutting, Curabelle, who devoted three pamphlets to the criticism of Desargues's works"]. Desargues : DSB, IV, pp.46-51. Bosse : DSB, II, pp. 333-34 ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full stiff vellum. 8vo (205x137 mm), frontispiece, (6)-68 pages, one additionnal engraved title and 66 plates (some are repeated) Caps worn. Wormhole on the front cover Waterstains, in the blank lower margin First edition, beautifully illustrated by Abraham Bosse (1602-76), who was Desargues's most ardent propagandist. This is an important work in the "French perspective wars" from 1630-80. Kemp [in. The Science of Art, pp. 120-123 Desargues (1591-1661) , was the "greatest perspectivist and projective geometer of his generation. Desargues was a civil and military engineer, an architect specialising in staircase design and above all a geometer of extraordinary spatial vision. His intellectual ambition was expressed in two closely-related aspirations: the building of a geometry of position (i.e. non-metrical) based on projective techniques; and the provision of all-embracing methods of geometrical operation for practitioners in various fields . In 1643, Bosse brought out the first of the publications in which he expounded Desargue's views. These consisted of treatises devoted to -- manières universelles -- for the cutting of stones in architectures according to the principles of projective geometry and the making of sundials, etc. These attracted new assaults, this time from an expert in stonecutting, Curabelle, who devoted three pamphlets to the criticism of Desargues's works"]. Desargues : DSB, IV, pp.46-51. Bosse : DSB, II, pp. 333-34 In 8 / 8vo 346g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Exilium melancholiae, das ist Unlust Vertreiber: Oder zwey tausend lehrreiche, scharffsinnige, kluge Sprüche, geschwinde Außschläg, artige Hofreden, denckwürdige Schertz, Fragen, Antworten, Gleichnussen, und was dem allem gleichförmig, sonsten Apophthegmata genannt. Dabey schöne kurtze, lustige Historien, Exempel und Thaten, von hoch- und nider, geist- und weltlichen Standspersonen. Aus Ludovici Caron frantzösischem Tractat La chasse ennuy, ou l'honneste entretien des bonnes compagnies, intitulirt, und andern guten Authorn colligirt.

      8. [5] Bl., 563, (43) S. mit Titel in Rot u. Schwarz u. gestoch. Frontispiz. Pbd. d. Zt. mit handschr. Rückentitel. Fromm 10339. Goed. III 265, 6. Graesse I, 52. Hayn/Gotend. I, 550 f. Jantz 210. VD17 3:008267V. Vgl. Faber du Faur 61 (Ausg. 1643). - Dritte deutsche Ausgabe des Schwankbuchs "eine reizende Anekdotensammlung" (A. Seebaß). - Mit vielen kuriosen und unterhaltsamen Geschichten über Fresser, Gelehrte, Musikanten, Narren, Räuber, Studenten, Kinderzucht usw. - C. Lehmann, geb. 1568 in Finsterwalde war Historiograph und Stadtschreiber von Speyer, starb 1638 als Syndikus in Heilbronn. Einband etwas berieben u. bestoßen, Vorsätze im 20. Jahrhundert erneuert, durchgehend teils stärker gebräunt.

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        [Worm:] Danicorum Monumentorum Libri Sex: E spissis antiquitatum tenebris et in Dania ac Norvegia extantibus ruderibus eruti + Regum Daniae Series duplex et Limitum inter Daniam & Sveciam Descriptio. Ex vetustissimo Legum Scanicarum Literis Runicis in membrana exarato Codice eruta. Et Notis illustrata + [Wiinstrup:] Cornicen Danicus, Seu Carmen De Aureo serenissimi et illustrissimi domini, Christiani, Daniae, Norwegiae, &c. Electi Principis Cornu, Priscis & miris Emblematibus conspicuo, in Cimbria invento Anno 1639...

      Hafnia, Joachim Moltke, 1643 + Melchior Martzan, 1642 + 1644 Small folio. Bound in one contemporary full calf binding with raised bands to spine and blindstamped line--borders to boards. Binding somewhat worn, but sound, tight, and unrestored. A bit of soiling to title-page of "Danicorum Monumentorum" and lighter brownspotting thoughout. All in all a very nice copy og both works. "Danicorum Moumentorum" with old/contemporary owner's signatures to title-page and with contemporary handwritten additions to the errata-list - 1 f. in all. With the book plate of Hans de Hofman to inside of front board. Engraved title-page (by Simon de Pas). (24), 526, (18) pp. + large folded woodcut plate (the Golden Horn). Large woodcuts in the text + (12), 36 pp. Captions and some runic letters printed in red. + (10), 53, (5) pp. + large folded woodcut plate of the horn. ¶ Scarce first editions of all three works - both of Worm's famous masterpieces on runes and Winstrup's highly important work on the Golden Horn - 1) Worm's "Danicorum Monumentorum", Worm's runic magnum opus, which not only constitutes the first written study of runestones and the first scientific analysis of them, but also one of the only surviving sources for depictions of numerous runestones and inscriptions from Denmark, many of which are now lost; 2) Worm's "Regum Daniae", which contains the highly important reproduction of The Law of Scania in runes as well as in Latin translation with commentaries; and 3) Winstrup's "Cornicen Danicus", which constitutes one of the earliest works on the first Golden Horn, an important, early critical investigation of it, reproducing Worm's seminal depiction of the horn, with the depiction also of the knob that the King had made in order to use it as a drinking horn, and expressing the hopelessness of ever finding the true meaning of the horn. An interesting and original idea is set forth, namely that the Horn has to do with the Swedish war of 1643. The "Danicorum Monumentorum, with its numerous woodcut renderings of monuments with rune-inscriptions - including the world-famous folded plate of the Golden Horn, which had been found only five year previously, and which is now lost - is arguably the most significant work on runes ever written, founding the study of runes and runic monuments. Most of the woodcuts were done after drawings by the Norwegian student Jonas Skonvig; they are now of monumental importance to the study of runes and runic monuments, not only because they appeared here for the first time in print, but also because many of the monuments are now lost and these illustrations are the only surviving remains that we have. Ole Worm (Olaus Wormius) (1588-1655) was a famous Danish polymath, who was widely travelled and who had studied at a range of different European universities. Like many of the great intellectuals of the Early Modern era, Worm's primary occupation was as a physician, for which he gained wide renown. He later became court doctor to King Christian IV of Denmark. In 1621, Worm had become professor of physics, but already the year before, in 1620, had he begun the famous collection that would become one of the greatest cabinets of curiosites in Europe (and one of the first museums) and which would earn him the position as the first great systematic collector (within natural history) in Scandinavia. It was his then newly begun collection that enabled him, as professor of physics, to introduce demonstrative subject teaching at the university, as something completely new. He continued building and adding to his magnificent collection, now known as "Museum Wormianum", throughout the rest of his life. Worm's fascination for antiquarian subjects not only resulted in his famous "Museum Wormianum", but also in a deep fascination with early Scandinavian and runic literature and the history and meaning of runestones. These monuments found throughout Scandinavia, were carved with runic inscriptions and set in place from about the fourth to the twelfth centuries. In most cases, they are burial headstones, presumably for heroes and warriors.Worm published works on the runic calendar, translations of runic texts and explications of folklore associated with the runestone histories. By far his most extensive and important work was the "Danicorum Monumentorum", which was the first serious attempt at scientifically analyzing and recording all 144 then known runestone sites in Denmark. With the King's blessing and support, Worm contacted bishops all over the country who were instructed to provide details and drawings of the barrows, stone circles and carved inscriptions in their regions.Many of the monuments recorded in this splendid work have since disappeared. Some of them appeared in the fire of Copenhagen, to which they were brought at the request of Worm himself. The book thus contains highly valuable data about missing sites in Scandinavian archaeology and is an invaluable source to anyone studying runes and runic monuments. Included in the work are Worm's three earlier, small treatises on runes, here collected for the first time and set into a systematic an scientific context, among them his 1641 treatise on the Golden Horn. For Danes, the Golden Horns, discovered on 1639 and 1734 respectively, with their amazing, complicated, and tragic story, constitute the Scandinavian equivalent to the Egyptian pyramids and have been the object of the same kind of fascination here in the North, causing a wealth of fantastical interpretations, both historical, literary, mystical, linguistic, and artistic. The two golden horns constitute the greatest National treasure that we have. They are both from abound 400 AD and are thought to have been a pair. A span of almost 100 years elapsed between the finding of the first horn and the finding of the second. Both findings are now a fundamental part of Danish heritage. In 1802 the horns were stolen, and the story of this theft constitutes the greatest Danish detective story of all times. The thief was eventually caught, but it turned out that he had melted both of the horns and used the gold for other purposes.Before the horns were stolen, a copy of the horns was made and shipped to the King of Italy, but the cast which was used to make this copy was destroyed, before news had reached the kingdom of Denmark that the copies made from the cast were lost on their way to Italy, in a shipwreck.The original works contained in the present compilation constitute not only the earliest descriptions of the seminal first horn, but also the most important sources that we now have to the knowledge of the horn. It is on the basis of the descriptions and depictions in the present works that the later copies of the first horn were made. Both horns were found in Gallehus near Møgeltønder, the first in 1639, by Kirsten Svendsdatter, the second in 1734, by Jerk (Erik) Lassen.Kirsten Svendsdatter made her discovery on a small path near her house, initially thinking that she had stumbled upon a root. When she returned to the same place the following week, she dug up the alleged root with a stick, and took it for an old hunting horn. She brought it back home and began polishing it. During the polishing of it, a small piece broke off, which she brought to a goldsmith in Tønder. It turned out that the horn was made of pure gold, and rumors of Kirsten's find quickly spread. The horn was eventually brought to the King, Christian IV, and Kirsten was given a reward corresponding to the gold value of the horn. The king gave the horn to his son, who had a lid made for it so that he could use it as a drinking horn. An excavation of the site where the horn was found was begun immediately after, but nothing more was found - that is until 95 years later when Jerk Larsen was digging clay on his grounds - merely 25 paces from where Kirsten had found the first horn. The year was now 1734. The horn that Larsen found was a bit smaller in size and was lacking the tip, but it still weighed 3,666 kg. As opposed to the first horn, this second horn had a runic inscription. After the horn had been authenticated, it was sent to King Christian VI, where it was placed in a glass case in the royal art chamber, together with the first horn. Before being placed here, a copy was made of both horns. These copies were lost in a ship wreck, however, and the casts had already been destroyed. In the fatal year of 1802, the gold smith and counterfeiter Niels Heldenreich broke in to the royal art chamber and stole the horns. By the time the culprit was discovered, the horns were irrevocably lost - Heldenreich had melted them and used the gold to make other things, such as jewellery. A pair of ear rings that are still preserved are thought to have been made with gold from the horns, but this is all that we have left of the original horns. New horns were produced on the basis of the descriptions and engraved illustrations that were made after the finding of the horns. And thus, the plate used in the present works constitute our main source of knowledge of the appearance of the first horn. "The longest of the golden horns was found in 1639 and described by Ole Worm in the book 'De Aureo Cornu', 1641 (a treatise which is also included in his greater "Danicorum Monumentorum"). The German professor at Soro Academy Hendrich Ernst, disagreed with Worm's interpretation of the horn. Ernst believed that the horn came from Svantevits temple on Rügen, while Worm interpreted it as a war trumpet from the time of Frode Fredegods, decorated with pictures, calling for virtue and good morals. Worm immediately sent his book to Prince Christian and the scholars at home and abroad. You can see in his letters, that not only did the horn make an impression, but also the letter and the interpretation. In that same year there were such lively discussions on the horn among the scholars of Königsberg, now Kaliningrad!In 1643 Worm reiterated the description of the golden horn in his great work on Danish runic inscriptions, 'Monumenta Danica'. In 1644, his descriptions of the horn reached for scholars and libraries in Schleswig, Königsberg, London, Rome, Venice and Padua. Several learned men wrote poems for him, and the golden horn was mentioned in an Italian manus. Map Cartoonist Johannes Meyer placed the finds on several of his map of South Jutland. When the Swedish commander Torstensson attacked Jutland in 1643, Peter Winstrup wrote a long poem in Latin addressed to the bishop of Scania (which at that time still belonged to Denmark), the poem was called 'Cornicen Danicus'. It was immediately translated into Danish, entitled 'The Danish Horn Blower'. He interpreted the horn and its images as an warning of war, and his interpretations were very hostile to the Swedish. Paul Egard and Enevold Nielssen Randulf were among some of the other scholars who interpreted the Golden Horn In the 1640s. They were both deans in Holstein, and had a more Christian interpretation of the horn.All these works were illustrated with copies of Worms depictions of the horn. The Golden Horn remained known throughout the 1600s, both in terms of interpretations of the horn and designs. The found of the short golden horn in 1734 renewed the interest of the meaning of the horns." (National Museum of Denmark). Thesuarus: 727; 733; 716.

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        Marci Antonini Imperatoris De Seipso Et Ad Seipsum Libri Xii

      Flesher & Myne London 1643 - 1ère édition Latin/Grec en vis à vis des méditations de Marc Antoine Seipso et Seipsum 343+162 pages in-8 Reliure plein veau glacé havane d'époque , titre "Antonini Meditationes" et "Elzevir 1643" à l'encre au dos. Avec les annotations de Méric Casaubon (Mericus Casaubonus) , Casaubon était un huguenot émigré en Angleterre après l'assassinat d'Henri IV Exemplaire en exceptionnel état de conservation sans défaut ni rognure ni humidité, reliure parfaite Rarissime [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Elucidarius poeticus co[n]tinens historias poeticas, fabulas, insulas regiones, urbes, fluvios, mo[n]tesq[ue] insigniores, atq[ue] huiusmodi alia, ...Antwerp, Michiel Hillen van Hoogstraten, 1527. With the title in an elaborate woodcut border. With: (2) [FIOCCHI, Andrea Dominico (Andras Dominicus FLOCCUS)] under the name of Lucius FENESTELLA. De magistratibus, sacerdotiisq[ue] Romanorum libellus, iamprimum nitori restitutus.[Cologne, Hero Fuchs, 1527]. With the title in a finely cut 4-piece woodcut border. 2 editions in 1 volume. 8vo. 16th-century(?) limp vellum (formerly used for a slightly thinner book). The binding is an interesting example of a spine reinforced with a horizontal metal rod at the central sewing support to give more support and prevent the bookblock from becoming concaved or developing sharp kinks; probably bound in Flanders.

      Ad 1: Netherlandish books 29537 (2 copies); NK 3968 (1 of same 2 copies); USTC 437361 (same 2 copies); ad 2: VD16, F 1643 (5 copies); USTC 671346 (same 5 copies); for the binding: W.K. Gnirrep & J.A. Szirmai, “Spines reinforced with metal rods in sixteenth-century limp parchment bindings”, in: Quaerendo XIX (1989), pp. 117-140. Ad 1: Extremely rare third Antwerp edition of a well known Latin dictionary of classical antiquity by Hermannus Torrentinus, covering people, Gods, topographic names, etc., taken mostly from classical literature and arranged in alphabetical order. Pafraet published the first edition at Deventer in 1498 as Elucidarius carminum et historiarum vel vocabularius poeticus . The book went through about 70 editions in 50 years, making it one of the most popular reference works of its time and certainly the most important classical dictionary. Torrentinus (d. ca.1520) was born in Zwolle, studied under Alexander Hegius at Deventer, joined the Brethren of the Common Life and taught at Groningen and Zwolle. He wrote several small books for use by his students, featuring texts by Virgil and Sabellico. Only two other copies of the present edition are known.Ad 2: First Cologne edition of a Latin account of classical Roman priests and magistrates by the Florentine Andreas Dominicus Floccus (d. 1452), writing under the name of the Roman historian Lucius Fenestella (49 B.C. - 21 A.D.). Almost 40 editions appeared over a century. The present edition includes three shorter works on the same subject by Pomponius Laetus. The final work is a useful list of Latin initials and abbreviations used in classical antiquity, with their meaning, by the late 1st century AD grammarian Valerius Probus.The Torrentius is bound after the Fiocchi. With the flourished signature of Reinier Tengnagel (d. 1565) on the first fly-leaf and his motto "Post tenebras spero lucem" on the facing parchment endleaf. Tengnagel succeeded Gabriel Mudeus as professor of law at the University of Louvain in 1546. As a neo-Latin poet he probably made extensive use of Torrentinus's classical dictionary. With extensive marginal manuscript notes on 3 pp. of the Torrentinus, one covered with 2 slips of paper, and a few shorter notes in the Foicchi. With a browned patch in the last leaves of the Torrentinus and an occasional minor marginal defect, but still in good condition. With some chips and stains in the vellum and 2 of the supports broken at the front hinge.

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        SACHSEN. -, Der Plauische Grund bei Dresden in Hinsicht auf Naturgeschichte und schöne Gartenkunst.

      34 x 26,5 cm. XII, 128 S., 2 Bl., 120 S. Mit 24 Kupfertafeln (davon 8 altkol., eine doppelblattgr.) von Johann Adolph Darnstedt und 1 gefalt. Kupferstichkarte. Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch. Lanckoronska-Oe. III, 49 Graesse I, 320 Engelmann 763 Dochnahl 13 Pritzel 7369 Horn-Sch. 1643. - Erste Ausgabe. - Enthält im ersten Teil die Geschichte und Beschreibung des Plauischen Grundes mit 16 hübschen Ansichten, im zweiten Teil die naturwissenschaftlichen Abhandlungen zur Mineralogie (Andreas Tauber), Botanik (Frederick Traugott Pursh) und Entomologie der Gegend (Ludwig Heinrich von Block). - Einband beschabt und bestoßen, die Gelenke restauriert und erneuert. Gering gebäunt und fleckig. - "Meisterwerk der Dresdner Landschaftskunde des späten 18. Jahrhunderts" (Lanckoronska-Oehler). First edition - Minimally browned and soiled. Contemporary restored calf with spine label. Sachsen und Sachsen-Anhalt

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        Elucidarius poeticus co[n]tinens historias poeticas, fabulas, insulas regiones, urbes, fluvios, mo[n]tesq[ue] insigniores, atq[ue] huiusmodi alia, Antwerp, Michiel Hillen van Hoogstraten, 1527. With the title in an elaborate woodcut border. With: (2) [FIOCCHI, Andrea Dominico (Andras Dominicus FLOCCUS)] under the name of Lucius FENESTELLA. De magistratibus, sacerdotiisq[ue] Romanorum libellus, iamprimum nitori restitutus.[Cologne, Hero Fuchs, 1527]. With the title in a finely cut 4-piece woodcut border. 2 editions in 1 volume. 8vo. 16th-century(?) limp vellum (formerly used for a slightly thinner book). The binding is an interesting example of a spine reinforced with a horizontal metal rod at the central sewing support to give more support

      - Ad 1: Netherlandish books 29537 (2 copies); NK 3968 (1 of same 2 copies); USTC 437361 (same 2 copies); ad 2: VD16, F 1643 (5 copies); USTC 671346 (same 5 copies); for the binding: W.K. Gnirrep & J.A. Szirmai, "Spines reinforced with metal rods in sixteenth-century limp parchment bindings", in: Quaerendo XIX (1989), pp. 117-140. Ad 1: Extremely rare third Antwerp edition of a well known Latin dictionary of classical antiquity by Hermannus Torrentinus, covering people, Gods, topographic names, etc., taken mostly from classical literature and arranged in alphabetical order. Pafraet published the first edition at Deventer in 1498 as Elucidarius carminum et historiarum vel vocabularius poeticus. The book went through about 70 editions in 50 years, making it one of the most popular reference works of its time and certainly the most important classical dictionary. Torrentinus (d. ca.1520) was born in Zwolle, studied under Alexander Hegius at Deventer, joined the Brethren of the Common Life and taught at Groningen and Zwolle. He wrote several small books for use by his students, featuring texts by Virgil and Sabellico. Only two other copies of the present edition are known.Ad 2: First Cologne edition of a Latin account of classical Roman priests and magistrates by the Florentine Andreas Dominicus Floccus (d. 1452), writing under the name of the Roman historian Lucius Fenestella (49 B.C. - 21 A.D.). Almost 40 editions appeared over a century. The present edition includes three shorter works on the same subject by Pomponius Laetus. The final work is a useful list of Latin initials and abbreviations used in classical antiquity, with their meaning, by the late 1st century AD grammarian Valerius Probus.The Torrentius is bound after the Fiocchi. With the flourished signature of Reinier Tengnagel (d. 1565) on the first fly-leaf and his motto "Post tenebras spero lucem" on the facing parchment endleaf. Tengnagel succeeded Gabriel Mudeus as professor of law at the University of Louvain in 1546. As a neo-Latin poet he probably made extensive use of Torrentinus's classical dictionary. With extensive marginal manuscript notes on 3 pp. of the Torrentinus, one covered with 2 slips of paper, and a few shorter notes in the Foicchi. With a browned patch in the last leaves of the Torrentinus and an occasional minor marginal defect, but still in good condition. With some chips and stains in the vellum and 2 of the supports broken at the front hinge. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Manière universelle de Mr Desargues Lyonnais pour poser l'essieu & placer les heures et autres choses aux cadrans au soleil.

      Paris, Imp. Pierre Des Hayes, 1643. - In-8, frontispice gravé, titre, 28 pp., titre gravé, 68 planches gravées sur cuivre par Abraham Bosse lui-même (28 compositions différentes, plusieurs fois répétées). Exemplaire frais et grand de marge (192 x 122 mm). Sans la page de dédicace gravée ajoutée à certains exemplaires. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs ornés. Perte de dorure, une charnière fendue, une coiffe et 2 coins frottés, reliure néanmoins solide. Reliure d'époque. Edition originale. L'un des plus illustres graveurs français, Abraham Bosse (vers 1611-1676), est le fils d'un tailleur allemand immigré à Tours. Mathématicien et géomètre lui-même, il publia des ouvrages personnels de géométrie et d'art de la gravure, et illustra également des traités de son ami l'architecte et géomètre Girard Desargues (1591-vers 1661, fondateur de la géométrie analytique et professeur de Pascal) sur les cadrans solaires, la stéréotomie et la perspective. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Elucidarius poeticus co[n]tinens historias poeticas, fabulas, insulas regiones, urbes, fluvios, mo[n]tesq[ue] insigniores, atq[ue] huiusmodi alia, ...Antwerp, Michiel Hillen van Hoogstraten, 1527. With the title in an elaborate woodcut border. With: (2) [FIOCCHI, Andrea Dominico (Andras Dominicus FLOCCUS)] under the name of Lucius FENESTELLA. De magistratibus, sacerdotiisq[ue] Romanorum libellus, iamprimum nitori restitutus.[Cologne, Hero Fuchs, 1527]. With the title in a finely cut 4-piece woodcut border. 2 editions in 1 volume. 8vo. 16th-century(?) limp vellum (formerly used for a slightly thinner book). The binding is an interesting example of a spine reinforced with a horizontal metal rod at the central sewing support to give more support and prevent the bookblock from becoming concaved or developing sharp kinks; probably bound in Flanders.

      Ad 1: Netherlandish books 29537 (2 copies); NK 3968 (1 of same 2 copies); USTC 437361 (same 2 copies); ad 2: VD16, F 1643 (5 copies); USTC 671346 (same 5 copies); for the binding: W.K. Gnirrep & J.A. Szirmai, “Spines reinforced with metal rods in sixteenth-century limp parchment bindings”, in: Quaerendo XIX (1989), pp. 117-140. Ad 1: Extremely rare third Antwerp edition of a well known Latin dictionary of classical antiquity by Hermannus Torrentinus, covering people, Gods, topographic names, etc., taken mostly from classical literature and arranged in alphabetical order. Pafraet published the first edition at Deventer in 1498 as Elucidarius carminum et historiarum vel vocabularius poeticus. The book went through about 70 editions in 50 years, making it one of the most popular reference works of its time and certainly the most important classical dictionary. Torrentinus (d. ca.1520) was born in Zwolle, studied under Alexander Hegius at Deventer, joined the Brethren of the Common Life and taught at Groningen and Zwolle. He wrote several small books for use by his students, featuring texts by Virgil and Sabellico. Only two other copies of the present edition are known.Ad 2: First Cologne edition of a Latin account of classical Roman priests and magistrates by the Florentine Andreas Dominicus Floccus (d. 1452), writing under the name of the Roman historian Lucius Fenestella (49 B.C. - 21 A.D.). Almost 40 editions appeared over a century. The present edition includes three shorter works on the same subject by Pomponius Laetus. The final work is a useful list of Latin initials and abbreviations used in classical antiquity, with their meaning, by the late 1st century AD grammarian Valerius Probus.The Torrentius is bound after the Fiocchi. With the flourished signature of Reinier Tengnagel (d. 1565) on the first fly-leaf and his motto "Post tenebras spero lucem" on the facing parchment endleaf. Tengnagel succeeded Gabriel Mudeus as professor of law at the University of Louvain in 1546. As a neo-Latin poet he probably made extensive use of Torrentinus's classical dictionary. With extensive marginal manuscript notes on 3 pp. of the Torrentinus, one covered with 2 slips of paper, and a few shorter notes in the Foicchi. With a browned patch in the last leaves of the Torrentinus and an occasional minor marginal defect, but still in good condition. With some chips and stains in the vellum and 2 of the supports broken at the front hinge.

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        s VVerelts begin, midden, eynde besloten in den trou-ringh, met den proef-steen van den selven

      ghedruckt by Nicolaes van Ravesteyn, voor Evert Cloppenburgh, Amsterdam 1643 - Letterpress title printed in red and black. [44], 772; [8], 136pp. Folding engraved additional title, engraved portrait of Anna Maria Schurmans, engraved frontispieces to parts two and three, 44 engraved illustrations; engraved portrait of Cats, 6 engraved illustrations. Contemporary vellum Provenance: Viscount Mersey (booklabel) Lovely Dutch emblem book: Cats's famous Wedding Ring. Second edition, first published in Dordrecht in 1637; bound with separately-paginated Lof-sangh op het geestelick houwelick van Godes sone , as issued. Known to the Dutch as "Father Cats",Jacob Cats (1577-1660) was one of the most popular authors of the golden age of Dutch literature and is best known for his emblematic works, including the present work on marriage and fidelity. Mus. Catsianum 175; Cats Cat. STCN 22.

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        Bernhardus innovatus Das ist / Deß [.] Herrn Bernhardi / Grafen von der Marck und Tervis / Chemische Schrifften. Von der Hermetischen Philosophia / Oder / Vom gebenedeiten Stein der Weisen / Anjetzo theils gantz von newem auß den Lateinischen Exemplarien verteutscht, theils von sehr vielen groben Erroribus und Verfälschungen, damit die vorigen Editiones angefüllet / vertunckelt / und depravirt gewesen / gesäubert / corrigirt, und in viel Wege verbessert / Durch Casparum Hornium, Philos. & Medicinae Doctorem.

      Nürnberg, In Verlegung Wolffgang Endters, [1643]. - 54 Bll., 2 w. Bll., 600 S., Kl.-8°, Pergament d. Zt. (unter Verwendung eines Pergamentes einer Notenhandschrift der 2. Hälfte des 15. Jhs.) Brüning 1680; Caillet 1035; Rosenthal 846; Schmieder S. 230-231; Vgl. Ferguson I,101 (Anm.). - Diese erste von Caspar Horn besorgte Ausgabe basiert tlw. auf der älteren Übersetzung von J. Tancke (1557-1609). Der Bd. enthält auch: Außführliches Sendschreiben Vom Stein der Weisen; Appedix oder Anhang / Etzlicher nützlicher Chemischer Tractätlein / so zu deutlicherer Erklärung / und besserm Verstand deß Grafen Berhardi Schrifften dienen. [7 weitere Abhandlungen von J. Tancke, Albert Beyer (1605) u. Alanus ab Insulis (1120-1202) in deutscher Übersetzung, darunter "Ein Dialogus über das vierdte Teil Bernhardi", "Kurtze Auslegung des Fontinleins Bernhardi", "Dicta Alani. Das ist / Kurtze Lehr- und Unterricht-Sprüche / Von der Bereitung deß grossen Steins der Weisen", "Metallurgia. Das ist / Von der Generation und Geburt der Metallen / und daß auß ihnen allein der Grosse Stein der Weisen könne gemacht werden"]. - Zum Autor Graf Bernhard von Treviso (1406-1490) siehe Schmieder S. 230-235. "Er war schon recht alt [82 J.], als ihn eine sorgfäftige Vergleichung der Aussprüche verschiedener Schriftsteller auf den rechten Weg brachte; dann aber, 1481, glückte ihm auch nach zweijähriger Arbeit die Darstellung des Steins der Weisen." (Kopp I, 224) - Einbandpergament mit dreizeiliger Notenhandschrift u. lat. Text mit 2 Initialen aus dem 15. Jh. mit einer Motette zu Cäcilia von Rom (St Cecilia): "Nam sponsum quem quasi leonem.", dieses Pergament tls. angestaubt u. fingerfleckig; Rücken mit Spuren einer entfernten Standortmarke; Innendeckel mit gest. ExLibris von Christoph Jacob Trew (1695-1769, Arzt u. Botaniker, der eine der größten naturwissenschaftlichen Bibliotheken seiner Zeit führte); Titel mit 2 kl. Bibliotheks-Stempeln, darunter "Doublette der K.U.-Bibl.Erl[angen]"; letztes Blatt ebenfalls mit halbem Bibl.-Stempel; tlw. etwas stärker gebräunt u. braunfleckig; 5 Seiten mit kl. Marginalien in Bleistift, sonst ein gutes u. schönes Expl.

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        Antique Print-FRIESLAND-PROVINCE-OLD COLOURING-Metius-Freitage-Willem Blaeu-1643

      - Antique print, titled: 'Frisia Occidentalis.' - A map of the Dutch province Friesland. Also shows the Wadden islands Terschelling and Ameland. Engraving with contemporary colouring on hand laid paper. Description: From: 'Theatre du Monde, ou Nouvel Atlas' (French ed.), published by Willem and Joan Blaeu from 1643-1645. Text on the rear in French. Ref: Koeman: 2:212.2 (117)2T.Artists and Engravers: Publisher: Willem Blaeu. Cartographers: A. Metius and G. Freitag. Publisher: Willem Blaeu. Publisher: Willem Janszoon Blaeu was born 1571 in Alkmaar. He was trained from 1594 to 1596 by the famous danish astronomer Tycho Brahe. 1599 he went to Amsterdam and founded a business as globe maker. Later he started producing map and sea charts, including his first world map in 1605. His most famous work was the "Atlas Novus" or "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum sive Atlas Novus" of 1635, which was published until 1655 in total six volumes. After Blaeu's death in 1638 his sons Joan and Cornelis continued the businees and finished the "Atlas Novus" and started an even larger work, the "Atlas Maior", which reached 12 volumes. Cartographers: A. Metius and G. Freitag. Condition: Good, given age. Original middle fold, as issued. Some creases in the lower margin. Sheet overall minimally warped. A dampstain in the top edge of the middle fold. A thin printer's crease in the top half of the image area. A small dampstain in the lower left and right margin. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B2-29 The overall size is ca. 23.7 x 19.8 inch. The image size is ca. 19.5 x 15.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 60.1 x 50.2 cm. The image size is ca. 49.5 x 38.3 cm.

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        Theologia Practica, Ofte Stichtelijck Bewijs: Vande heylsame toe-eygeninge ende nuttigheden aller deelen des wareen Gods-dienst, inde Gereformeerde Kercke. Het eerste Boeck. Gestelt tegens de schadelijcke vruchteloosheden der valsche Religie, soo onder alle Waerheyt-bestrijders in 't gemeen, als der Roomsch-ghesinden in 't besonder, voor soo veel sy t'samen over een komen met sekere Paepsche Vragen, ende het Boeck ghenaemt Haereticum Quare per Catholicum Quia: Uyt-ghegeven, door eenen die hem selven noemt Frater Henricus Lancilottus.

      Amsterdam, Nicolaes van Ravesteyn, voor Antoni Tielemans 1643. (60) 696 (28) p. Origineel overslaand Perkament met stempels, 4° (Vochtvlekken door het gehele boekblok, met 6 uitvouwbare tabellen. Zeldzaam polemisch werk van de contra-remonstrant en oefenaar David Guilbertus, -. Het werk is geschreven tegen de roomse leer en in het bijzonder het werk 'Haereticum Quare per Catholicum Quia' van de Augustijner priester Henricus Lancilottus, 1576-1643. Guilbertus was een aanhanger van Voetius en de oprichter van een gezelschap voor theologische colleges, hij was zeer rechtzinnig en schreef polemische werken tegen elke afwijking van de zuivere leer die hij aantrof.) Zijlmans, J. (1999). Vriendenkringen in de zeventiende eeuw, p. 71-96.

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        Orbis maritimi sive rerum in mari et littoribus gestarum generalis historia. Erste und einzige Ausgabe dieser umfassenden Schifffahrtsgeschichte. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Dijon, Pierrre Palliot, 1643. - Titel, 9 Bl. (von 12), 725 S., 10 Bl. (letztes weiß). Mit gestochenem Titel, Drucktitel in Rot und Schwarz, 1 Falttafel und 44 Textkupfern, davon 23 Karten (von Inseln und Küsten). 2°. Marmorierter Kalbslederband d. Z. auf 7 Bünden, mit goldgepr. zentralem Wappen und Monogramm der Pariser Sorbonne auf den Deckeln, gerahmt von breiter Lilien-Bordüre, reichvergoldetem Rücken (mit Titel), Stehkantenvergoldung und dreiseitigem Goldschnitt. Sabin 50723: "A kind of encyclopaedia of everything relating to maritime affairs. Pages 592-612 contain a description of America, with 3 maps. The cuts are copied from De Bry." Vorgebunden Widmungsblatt: Das Kollegium der Pariser Sorbonne, datiert 20. August 1698, verleiht im Angedenken an den Stifter Kardinal Richelieu an den "ingenuus adolescens Jacobus" (Nachname unleserlich) das Buch wegen besonderer Leistungen in Griechisch, unterschrieben und besiegelt (in Papier) vom Primarius Th. Durieux. Die drei fehlenden Bl. der Praefatio bzw. des Personenindex sind als Faksimile auf gelblichem Büttenpapier beigebunden. Etwas berieben und bestoßen; Lederbezug trockenrissig; die beiden fliegenden Vorsätze fehlen; die mehrfach gefaltete Tafel gebräunt; ab ca. S. 250 im oberen Bug schwach wasserrandig. LA

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        Relaçam da vitoria que o Duque de Brese General da Armada de França, teve contra a de Castella, em a batalha que se derão a vante de Cartagena aos 4 de Setembro passado, composta de vinte & sinco navios de guerra, a saber, sinco galeões, seis navios framengos, & 14 fragatas de Dunquerque, a qual desbaratou com perda de quatro navios: em que entrou a Capitania de Napoles, hum galeão, & mais dous navios com 170 peças de artilheria, & 1500 homens entre mortos, & prisioneiros.

      [Colophon] Lisbon, Ant. Alvarez, 1643. - 4°, recent antique sheep, spine gilt with raised bands in six compartments, crimson leather lettering-piece in second compartment from head, gilt letter, text-block edges rouged. Caption title. Six-line woodcut initial. Very good condition, with some underlining in ink. Small paper label with shelfmark covers one letter in the caption title. (4 ll.) *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Describes a naval engagement off Cartagena, on the southeast coast of Spain, on September 4, 1642, between the French, under the Duc de Bresse, and the Spanish. Details are given of the troops and types of ships involved, and of the actions of the duke and his subordinates over the course of several days. This was a minor action in the brutal course of the Thirty Years' War (1618-1648), which began as a religious conflict between Catholics and Protestants within the Holy Roman Empire, and evolved into a battle between the Bourbons and Habsburgs. The War significantly affected the outcome of the Portuguese struggle for independence, since it prevented the King of Spain from directing his full military might against Portugal.*** Arouca R212. Innocêncio XVIII, 133. Coimbra, Miscelâneas 6134. Trindade 183: a poor copy. Fonseca, Restauração 237. Not in Exposição bibliográfica da Restauração, Azevedo-Samodães, or Ameal. Not located in Porbase. Not located in Copac. Not located in NUC. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A Reply to the Answer

      (Printed by his Majesties Command at Oxford) to a Printed Booke Intituled Observations upon some of his Maiesties late Answers and Expresses. By J. M. First Edition. 4to. [1]f, 46pp. Disbound, and resewn, in a quarter red goatskin folder.London: for Matthew Walbancke, 1642

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        Clarissimi Jcti. Petri Gudelini Antecessoris Academiae Lovaniensis Commentariorum de Ivre Novissimo Libri Sex, Optima methodo, accurate ac erudite conscripti, additis harum vicinarumque regionum moribus. Opus ut diu avideque expetitum, ita Scholis...

      Arnhemii, Typis Jacobi Biesii, Curiae Geld. Typogr. Ordinar., 1643. "...foroque utilissimum, cum Indicibus. Accessit Clarissimi viri Maximiliani Wittebort, J.U.Doctoris, in Authoris obitum oratio funebris, habita in exequiis 22. Octob. 1619." Contemporary full vellum binding with inked spine title. Title page printed in red and black. Engraved portrait of Petri Gudelini. 394 pp., followed by index. Small bookseller label of Thomas Clark, Law Bookseller, Edinburgh. Small piece missing along bottom edge of Index page. Soiling to the vellum covers but overall in excellent condition for age. Quite scarce. . Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        The Opening of the Great Seale of England, Containing Certain Brief

      1643 - Significance of the Great Seal of England Prynne, William [1600-1669]. The Opening of the Great Seale of England. Containing Certain Brief Historicall and Legall Observations, Touching the Originall, Antiquity, Progresse, Use, Necessity of the Great Seal of the Kings and Kingdoms of England, In Respect of Charters, Patents, Writs, Commissions, And Other Processe. Together with the Kings, Kingdoms, Parliaments Severall Interests in, And Power over the Same, And Over the Lord Chancellour, And the Lords and Keepers of It, Both in Regard of Its New-Making, Custody, Administration for the Better Execution of Publike Justice, The Republique Necessary Safety, And Utility. Occasioned by the Over-Rash Censures of Such who Inveigh Against the Parliament, For Ordering a New Great Seale to be Engraven, To Supply the Wilfull Absence, Defects, Abuses of the Old, Unduely Withdrawne and Detained from Them. Lodon [sic]: Printed for Michael Spark Senior, 1643. [viii], 48 pp. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6-1/2"). Stab-stitched pamphlet bound into recent quarter calf over marbled boards. A few minor nicks, corners lightly bumped. Title printed within typographic border. Light toning to text, negligible minor worming to inner margin of title page and a few other leaves. $500. * Only edition. Prynne was a contentious and erudite Puritan attorney and legal antiquarian who wrote several books and pamphlets about legal history, religion and politics. He had an unrivalled ability to antagonize others. His personality and choice of targets eventually led to his disbarment, imprisonment, and mutilation (loss of ears) by the Star Chamber. After the Restoration Prynne was appointed Royal Archivist in the Tower of London. A product of his antiquarian interests, the Opening of the Great Seale is a discussion of the role and significance of the great seal affixed to state documents. English Short-Title Catalogue R234376. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Relação da vitoria, que Dom Jozeph Margarita governador de Catalunha por el Rey Christianissimo, alcançou dos Castelhanos em o Valle de Aram, por ordem do Marichal da Motha. Em a qual os Francezes mataram mais de quatrocentos inimigos, ganharão duas peças de artilheria, com suas monições, & bagage, & outras muytas ventagens, que fizerão.

      Lisbon, Na Officina de Lourenço de Anveres, 1643. - 4°, recent antique sheep, spine gilt with raised bands in six compartments, crimson leather lettering-piece in second compartment from head, gilt letter, text-block edges rouged. Caption title. Four-line woodcut initial. Outer edge of first 2 leaves shaved, touching first letter in line; light browning; small tissue repairs obscuring (but not obliterating) several letters at top of gutter on last 2 leaves. Good condition. Old oval blue-and-white paper label in blank portion of first leaf, with manuscript shelfmark 1747. (4 ll.) *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION? The anonymous author recounts numbers of French and Spanish troops and the course of their battles in the Aran Valley (Val d'Aran) over the course of several weeks.From the Aran Valley, in the Pyrenees, the Garonne River flows into France. It is in the province of Llérida (or Lleida) in Catalonia, but the name derives from Basque.Aside from his struggles with Portugal, which had declared its independence in 1640, Philip IV of Spain had to deal with a rebellion in Catalonia, which, having been deprived of its ancient rights and privileges, had requested Louis XIII's protection in 1640. The Thirty Years? War (1618-1648), originally a religious conflict between Catholics and Protestants within the Holy Roman Empire, had by this time widened into a battle between the Bourbons and Habsburgs: hence the French at this time supported both the Catalans and the Portuguese. The War significantly affected the outcome of the Portuguese struggle for independence (the Restauração), since it prevented the King of Spain from directing his full military might against Portugal.*** Arouca R208. Martinho da Fonseca, Restauração 235. Palha 3244. Not located in Coimbra, Miscelâneas. Not in Trindade or Exposição bibliográfica da Restauração. Porbase locates a copy at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, calling for [18] pp. Not located in Copac. NUC: MH (imperfect). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        A BRIEFE RELATION ABSTRACTED OUT Of SEVERALL LETTERS, Of A MOST HELLISH, CRUELL, And BLOUDY PLOT AGAINST The CITY Of BRISTOLL [bound with] An EXTRAORDINARY DELIVERANCE From a Cruell Plot, and Bloudy Massacre Contrived by the Malignants in Bristoll, for the Delivering up the Said City to Prince Rupert and His Forces; but Discovered by Gods Goodnesse Two Houres Before it Should have beene Acted, the Chiefe Conspirators Taken, and Imprisoned in the Castle

      London: Printed by Richard Bishop for Lawrence Blaiklock / Printed for I. Wright in the Old Bailey, 1643. 1st Edition (Wing B4622 & F873). Cf. ESTC R1974 & $18611. Full brown pigskin binding, by Mudie, with gilt crest of Albert Kirby, Baron Fairfax of Cameron, to front board. Spine title: "Bristol Tracts - 1642".  AEG. Gilt dentelles. Marbled eps. Binding - Nr Fine (Fairfax bookplate/eps with offset browning at edges). Textblock - VG (first tract closely trimmed, just affecting printed text of line 1, A4r/period owner cipher to t.p. & right margin of A2r/underlining [first tract]).. [8]; [2], 14 pp. The first title publishes two letters, the 2nd: "The copy of another letter written by a captain in the city of Bristol, to a friend in London" is signed "I. H.". Numerous binder's blanks at rear. Headpieces. Decorative initial capital letters. 4to: A^4; A - B^4. 7-1/4" [18.5 cm] x 5-1/2" [13.8 cm]. "During the English Civil War, Bristol was a key port on the west coast of England and considered strategically important by both Royalists and Parliamentarians. Initially, the leadership of Bristol wanted to keep the city neutral in the conflict. In 1642, city officials implored Thomas Essex not to occupy the city with his Parliamentarian forces. The city was weakly defended, and Essex entered without much resistance. During the conflict, Bristol was used as a receiving point for the Royalists to accept reinforcements from Ireland..The town was well fortified by the Frome and Avon rivers, as well as a medieval castle, which had been bought by the corporation when the First English Civil War broke out in 1642, and during the Parliamentary defense, earthen artillery forts. ... In February 1643 [Nathaniel] Fiennes was sent down to Bristol arrested Colonel Thomas Essex the governor, executed the two leaders of a plot (Robert Yeamans and George Bouchier) to deliver up the city, and received a commission himself as governor on 1 May 1643. On the arrival, however, of Prince Rupert on 22 July, although the place was in no condition to resist an attack, Fiennes held out until Rupert's troops had actually forced an entry into the City and further resistance was both hopeless and a waste of life." OCLC records 3 US holdings [Harvard, UI, Yale] for the first title, and 7 holdings of the second.

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        La Transilvania

      Artist: Cantelli da Vignola Giacomo ( - 1695) Modena; issued in: Modena; date: ca 1686 1643 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 42 x 46; - description: Map shows Treansilvania. Transilvania ;is a historical region located in what is today the central part of Romania. Bound on the east and south by its natural borders, the Carpathian mountain range, historical Transylvania extended westward to the Apuseni Mountains. The region of Transylvania is known for the scenic beauty of its Carpathian landscape and its rich history. It also contains major cities such as Cluj-Napoca, Bra_ov, Sibiu and Târgu Mure_. The Habsburgs acquired the territory shortly after the Battle of Vienna in 1683. In 1687, the rulers of Transylvania recognized the suzerainty of the Habsburg emperor Leopold I, and the region was officially attached to the Habsburg Empire. By 1541, the entire Balkan peninsula and most of Hungary, Moldavia, Wallachia, and Transylvania were under Ottoman suzerainty, preserving partial or full internal autonomy until the mid-19th century.( Transylvania until 1711). In 1600 it was ruled by the Wallachian prince Michael the Brave (Mihai Viteazul), who was considered, later on, the precursor of modern Romania and became a point of reference for nationalists, as well as a catalyst for achieving a single Romanian state.;; -vita of the artist: Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola (1643 - 1695) was an important Italian cartographer and engraver Cantelli was born in Montorsello, near Vignola Italy to a prominent local family. After studying literature at the University of Bologna, Cantelli took a position as secretary to the Marquis Obizzi de Ferrara. Eventually Cantelli relocated to Venice where developed an interest in cartography. He later traveled to Paris in the company of the French ambassador where became acquainted with the French cartographer Guillaume Sanson, as well as his contemporaries Jacques-Andre Duval and Michel-Antoin Baudrand. It was most likely the influence of these innovative French cartographers that inspired Cantelli's careful and meticulous approach, in which he based his cartography not just on earlier maps, but also very much in the French style upon accounts written by travelers and merchants regarding actual travel to foreign lands. Back in Italy, Cantelli took service Count Rinieri Marescotti, with whom he traveled extensively throughout Italy, becoming in the process acquainted with the Italian publisher Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi. It is with Rossi that Cantelli began officially publishing his maps. The earliest maps to bear the Cantelli-Rossi imprint date to 1672 and detail the Holy Land, Persia, and the Ottoman Empire. Around 1680 the duo also began to publish the Mercurio Geografico, a large format atlas illustrating all parts of the world in a splendid Italian baroque detail defined by elaborate finely engraved cartouche work, high quality paper, and bold Roman lettering, and dark rich inks. Some have compared his style go that of Giovanni Antonio Magini, another Italian cartographer of the previous generation. Cantelli da Vignola in fact pioneered the Italian style of fine bold engraving that would eventually be embraced and expanded upon by Vincenzo Coronelli. His work drew the attention of Pope Innocent XI and Reggio Francesco II d'Este, the Duke of Modena, both of whom offered him a position as court geographer. Cantelli chose to work with the Due of Modena, in the service of whom he produced numerous maps and well as two large globes.

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        L'Architecture des voûtes, ou l'art des traits et coupes des voûtes, traicté très-util, voire nécessaire à tous Architectes, Maîtres Massons, Appareilleurs, Tailleurs de pierre, et généralement à tous ceux qui se meslent de l'Architecture mesme Militaire. Par le R. P. François Derand de la Compagnie de Jésus

      chez Sébastien Cramoisy, Imprimeur ordinaire du Roy, 1643. Grand in-4, médiocre cartonnage amateur restauré, (8)-(11)-(7)-453-(2) pp., page de titre avec vignette gravée, 125 planches à pleine page hors-texte., bandeaux, lettrines, culs-de-lampe. Mouillures continues en coins et marge de tête, page de titre froissée, quelques déchirures, une page restaurée, rousseurs et macules éparses. En l'état. François Derand (1590-164) réalisa, notamment, la façade de l'église Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis et les bâtiments contigus de l'actuel lycée Charlemagne.

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