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         Sanitatis produmus vitae nuncius rurales lucubrationes pestilentiae tempore

      Neapoli, Apud Novellum de Bonis 1662 - Folio, 31 cm. Contemporary limp vellum, ink spine title. Soiling to vellum. Front hinge tender. [12], 328, [19] pp, engraved portrait on title. Printed in double columns. Spotting and toning to pages. Marginal dampstain to first 90 leaves. A rare and scarce Italian treatise on communicable diseases and epidemics. After the Naples Plague of 1656-57, there was an surge of medical treatises printed in Italy. Notably, Athanasius Kircher's, "Scrutinium physico-medicum contagiosae luis quae dicitur pestis" Rome in 1658 and Tommaso Cornelio's "Progumnasmata physica," in 1663. It was only with the forcible quarantine of the poorer districts, and the extraordinary efforts of Martinus Ludheim that the bubonic plague was eradicated in the Kingdom. Of 20,000 inhabitants of the city of Naples, the plague took 7,000-12,000 lives. Mortality rates were an incredible 870,000-1.25 million within the Kingdom of Naples; 30–43 percent of the population. Krivatsky 12310; Wellcome V, page 344. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         1662 1ed EXQUISITE Catholic Liturgy Breviary Missal Illustrated French & Latin

      Paris : Par la Compagnie des Libraires Associez, 1662. First edition. - 1662 1ed EXQUISITE Catholic Liturgy Breviary Missal Illustrated French & Latin A rare first edition of a Catholic breviary, “Office for Holy Week”, filled with liturgical prayers, scripture passages for confessions and communion, and devotionals on the mysteries of the Catholic Church and faith. While 17th-century breviaries are rare in themselves, those with full-page illustrations like this example are exceedingly desirable. This edition includes both Latin and French texts. Beautifully bound in full Moroccan red leather with gold décor along the sides of the boards. A beautiful example! Item number: #2272 Price: $550 Catholic Church L'Office de la Semaine Sainte, selon le Messel et Breviaire Romain, plus ample qu'auparavant, & a l'usage de Paris. Paris : Par la Compagnie des Libraires Associez, 1662. First edition. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [12], 752 o 4 full-page engravings depicting the life of Jesus • Language: Latin / French • Binding: Decorative leather; tight & secure • Size: ~7.5in X 5in (19cm x 13cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2272 Photos available upon request [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         De Homine Figuris et latinate donatus a Florentio Schuyl, Inclytæ Urbis Sylvæ Ducis Senatore, & ibidem Philosophiæ Professore.

      Lugduni Batavorum (Leyden), Apud Petrum Leffen & Franciscum Moyardum, 1662. 4to. Contemporary full calf with gilt title-laebl to spine. (36), 121, (1) pp. + 10 plates. Complete with all 56 woodcut and engraved text-illustrations (many of which are full-page) and the 10 full-page engraved plates (several folded), one of which is the heart-plate with the 6 moveable parts, the Cardiac-flaps (of which only the smallest is missing). One folded plate cropped at fore-margin. ¶ First edition of Descartes' seminal treatise on man, the first European textbook of physiology, constituting an epochal work of modern thought, defining the mechanism of man as it does. "In the Treatise of man, Descartes did not describe man, but a kind of conceptual models of man, namely creatures, created by God, which consist of two ingredients, a body and a soul. "These men will be composed, as we are, of a soul and a body. First I must describe the body on its own; then the soul, again on its own; and finally I must show how these two natures would have to be joined and united in order to constitute men who resemble us"." (SEP). This highly influential work was the first to present a coherent description of bodily responses in neurophysiological terms that are still, to a wide extent, accepted today. In his attempt to solve the central question around which almost all philosophical thought had revolved since the time of Aristotle, what the relation between the soul and the body actually is, Descartes came to create a milestone work of physiology which changed the entire trajectory of modern physiological conceptions. "Without Descartes, the seventeenth-century mechanization of physiological conceptions would have been inconceivable." (DSB). He believed that the relationship between the soul and the body was mediated by the brain and the nervous system, and his seminal attempts to explain neural mechanisms drew a great deal on the engineering developments of his time (eg. the hydraulic automata that had been installed at the Versailles). He developed a hydro-mechanical theory of how the soul controlled the contraction of muscle through the intermediary of the pineal and the cerebral ventricles, and he produced an explanation of how it received, through the nerves from the periphery, signals that gave rise to sensation. Descartes' theories quickly spread throughout Europe, and the work in which he had developed them, his "De Homine" became extremely influential. This posthumously published work was actually written in the 1630's, but after the condemnation of Galilei in 1633, Descartes did not dare publish it; "although it thus had to await posthumous publication in the 1660's, his writing of the Traité de l'homme proved extremely important in the further maturation of Descartes's physiological conceptions." (D.S.B. p.62). "Some time after Descartes's death in 1650, his French manuscript, copies of which had circulated among his friends and correspondents, was edited and published. The first version was a Latin translation (De homine) by Florentius Schuyl in 1662, the second the now better known 'original' French version (Traité de l'homme) edited by Descartes's self-appointed literary executor Claude Clerselier in 1664. In the seventeenth century the 1662 Latin version was probably much more widely read than the French text. There were problems for the editors of both versions. Firstly, there were differences between the manuscripts: Clerselier in Paris claimed that his version was Descartes's own, that the others were 'corrupt' and that Schuyl had been 'misled' by them. However, a more important difficulty was raised because it was clear that the text was intended to be illustrated - Descartes refers to figures and to features within these labelled by letters. But no set of figures accompanied the manuscripts. Both editors have left quite detailed accounts in their long prefaces - little treatises in themselves. Here I consider only Schuyl, the editor of the Latin De homine. Schuyl (1619-69) was a professor of philosophy in the town of 's-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands, the country in which Descartes was living during the writing of Le monde. Two of the author's friends had copies of the manuscript that they supplied to Schuyl, and with one of these were included two sketches of illustrations apparently in Descartes's own hand. These Schuyl included. One of them represents the medial and lateral rectus muscles in the orbit, which deflect the eye nasally and temporally. The other figures Schuyl had to have made and, since he mentions no one else, one supposes that he designed them himself." (IML Donaldson, J R Coll Physicians Edinb 2009; 39:375-6).Wellcome II:453; Osler 931; Garrison and Morton 574. Waller only has a later edition.

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         Sammelband mit 5 medizinischen Werken aus den Jahren 1662-97.

      - Verschiedene Orte u. Verlage, 1662-97. Pergament d. Zeit (fleckig). Enthält 1. J. BOHN. Dissertationes chymico-physicae, quibus accedunt ejusdem tractatus, de aeris in sublunaria influxu, et de alcali et acidi insufficientia. Leipzig, J. Th. Fritsch, 1696. 8 Bl., 554 S., 11 Bl. - Letzte und umfangreichste Ausgabe. - VD 17 1:000303S; Krivatsy 1433; Ferguson I, 113; Neu 536. - 2. J. L. APIN. Febris epidemicae, anno 1694 & 95 in Noricae ditionis oppido Herspruccensi & vicino tractu grassari deprehensae, tandemq(ue) Petechialis redditae, historica relatio . Nürnberg, M. Hagen für A. Otto, 1697. 8 Bl., 312 (recte 310) S., 1 Bl. (Paginierung springt nach S. 176). - Beschreibung einer Fleckfieber-Epidemie in Hersbruck, "die sich durch eine anschauliche, das Wesentliche ins Auge fassende Krankheitsschilderung auszeichnet . Apinus hat das Verdienst, in dieser Schrift zuerst auf den therapeutischen Nutzen der Cascarilla aufmerksam gemacht zu haben. Die darin mit großer Weitläufigkeit verfochtenen Theorien sind die landläufigen chemiatrischen" (Hirsch-H. I, 160). - VD 17 1:000303S; Krivatsy 358. - 3. G. WELSCH. Rationale vulnerum lathalium judicium . Editio secunda, cui accesserunt signa lethalitatis in iis, qui veneno extincti sunt. Leipzig, Ritzsch, 1662. 5 Bl., 204 S. (ohne den Kupfertitel). - Zur Beurteilung tödlicher Verletzungen. In dieser zweiten Auflage erstmals mit einem Anhang über die Symptome von durch Gift ums Leben gekommenen Personen. - VD 17 23:296456S; Krivatsy 12936. - 4. Th. BARTHOLINUS. De morbis biblicis miscellanea medica. Editio tertia correctior. Kopenhagen, D. Pauli, 1697. 4 Bl., 119 S. - Versuch einer Deutung verschiedener im AT und NT erwähnter Krankheiten. - VD 17 3:301092S; Krivatsy 814. - 5. C. BARTHOLINUS (d.J.). De ovariis mulierum, et generationis historia Epistola anatomica. Nürnberg, Chr. Gerhard für J. Zieger, 1679. 48 S. - Zuerst 1677 veröffentlichte Arbeit des damals 22jährigen Caspar Bartholin über die Eierstöcke und zur Geschichte der Zeugungstheorien. - VD 17 14:053877D; Waller 708. - Meist etwas gebräunt, erster Titel (Bohn) mit 2 alten Stempeln. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Geographiae Blauianae volumen sextum, quo liber XII,XIII, Europae continentur (Scotland and Ireland)

      Første udgave, Amsterdam. Laborevet sumptibus. Johannis Blaeu, 1662, Folio. Bound in one contemporary full blindstamped and golddecorated vellum, all edges gilt. Some part of frontboard damaged by water, else good binding. The first leaves has marfinal re 54x34,5 cm. 1.ed. With 55 engraved double maps, with titelpage and 179 leaves (incl.maps) halftitel for VIII part . Lib. Stamp on titel and endpaper. Very rare

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         Suecia Regnum, Auct. Andrea Buraeo Sueco.

      "Rara carta graografica della Scandinavia e del Mar Baltico. La carta appare per la prima volta solo nell'edizione del ""Atlas Major"" di Johannes Blaeu del 1662, risultando pertanto abbastanza scarsa nel mercato. Incisione in rame, bella coloritura coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione." Rare map of Sweden, Finland and contiguous parts of Russia and the Baltic Sea. This map first appeared in the 1662 edition of Blaeu's Atlas Maior and is therefore quite scarce on the market. Copperplate, with fine original colour, wide margins and good condition.

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         Civitatis Imp. Lindaviensis Territorivm. ita Delineabat Iohannes Andreas Rauhen.' u. 'Territorii Lindaviensis Pars Septentrionalis':.

      - 2 altkolorierte Kupferstiche v. Johannes Andreas Rauben aus Atlas Maior b. Blaeu in Amsterdam, 1662, 46 x 58,5 u. 29 x 24, zus. van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, 2610/1:2. - Die erste Karte zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Wasserburg, der Mündung der Leblach in den Bodensee, Sigmarszell-Niederstaufen und Lindau-Hörbolz. - Am linken Rand Titelkartusche. - Im Kartenhimmel von Putten gehaltene Meilenzeigerkartusche. - Die zweite Karte zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Wangen, Bettensweiler und Hergensweiler. - Oben links Titelkartusche von Putten gehalten. - Die beiden Karten zeigen das ganze Lindauer Herrschaftsgebiet. - Die Karten sind nur im Atlas Maior erschienen!

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         1662 Galileo Influence Sacred Poems of Giovanni Ciampoli Italian Firenze Prayer

      In Venetia : per Zaccaria Conzatti, 1662. - 1662 Galileo Influence Sacred Poems of Giovanni Ciampoli Italian Firenze Prayer Giovanni Ciampoli was an early 17th-century Florentine poet who was well-remembered for his disputes with the Catholic Church and his close ties to Galileo – whom Ciampoli had significant influence on. His poems were mostly on aspects of Christian faith ranging from morality to church services, funerals, prayers, hymns, and songs. This edition of Ciampoli’s Sacred Poems was edited and published in 1662 Venice by Conzatti. Item number: #2156 Price: $550 CIAMPOLI, Giovanni Poesie sacre In Venetia : per Zaccaria Conzatti, 1662. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [12], 348 • Language: Italian • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • Size: ~5.5in X 3.25in (14cm x 8cm) • Rare with no other examples for sale worldwide at present Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2156 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         America, quae est Geographiae Blauianae pars quinta liberunus volumen undecimum. EXEMPLAIRE SANS LES CARTES, TEXTE SEUL.

      Johannis Blaeu 1662 - In-folio ( 580 X 370 mm ), de [2]-287-[3] pages, plein cuir de Russie tabac, dos à nerfs orné de caissons et fleurons dorés, plats ornés de filets d'encadrement avec motifs aux écoinçons et grandes rosaces centrales, le tout estampé à froid, et armes ecclésiastiques dorées frappées au premier plat. Vignette de titre coloriée à l'époque. Cet ouvrage doit comprendre 23 cartes à double-page, ELLES NE SONT PAS PRESENTES DANS CET EXEMPLAIRE. Petites usures sans gravité aux coiffes et coins, agréable exemplaire, très pur dans une reliure "Aux Armes". Attention: Poids de 7 kg, des frais supplémentaires sont à prévoir pour une éventuelle expédition. Voyages Explorations Histoire Géographie Cartes Atlas Amérique

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         Titi Lucretii Cari di rerum Natura Libri Sex Addita sunt Conjecturae et Emendationes Tan. Fabri. Cum Notulis perpetuis.

      Salmurii [Saumur]: Apud Joannem Lenerium [Jean Lesnier II], 1662 - Edition originale, in-4; [xvi], 522p., 2 ff. blanc, titre en rouge et noir; le titre porte la marque typographique de Lesnier avec un aigle planant au-dessus d"une ville et tenant dans son bec une banderole, rehaussée en rouge, avec la devise: "Movendo". Reliure d"époque en vélin crème à recouvrements, titre manuscrit au dos. Bel exemplaire à grandes marges. Bel exemplaire de cette édition saumuroise de "De la nature des choses", poème écrit par Lucrèce au premier siècle avant notre ère, qui vise à révéler la vraie nature du monde en se libérant des superstitions. L"auteur des notes et commentaires de cette édition, Tanneguy Le Fèvre, né à Caen en 1615, s"installa à Saumur en 1649 après avoir embrassé le calvinisme, et professa à l"Académie protestante pendant de longues années. Sa fille Anne, philologue connue pour ses talents de traductrice sous le nom de Dacier (son second mari), avait épousé en premières noces Jean Lesnier II, notre libraire imprimeur. Pasquier et Dauphin, 269. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         L'Entrée triomphante de leurs majestez Louis XIV, Roy de France et de Navarre, et Marie-Thérèse d'Austriche, son épouse, dans la ville de Paris capitale de leurs royaumes, au retour de la signature de la paix générale et de leur heureux mariage (---). Paris, Pierre Le Petit, Thomas Joly, Louis Bilaine, 1662

      - 1 volume in folio. Superbe reliure pastiche XVIIIe avec étui. Feuilles montées sur onglets - 1 f. titre, 3 f. n.chf. dédicace - Advis pour servir de préface, oeconomie et dissections. 1° / Planche double Milice de Paris. 2° / Planche Arc de triomphe Faubourg Sainct Anthoine. 3° / Manque la planche dépliante Porte Saint Anthoine. 4° / Planche arc de pierre sur le pont dormant porte Saint Anthoine. 5°/ Planche Porte de la ville du costé de Sainct Anthoine. 6°/Arc de triomphe du carrefour de la Fontaine Sainct Gervais. 7°/ Planche double Pont Nostre Dame. 8°/ Planche arc de triomphe pont nostre Dame. 9°/ Planche arc de triomphe marché neuf. 10°/ Planche Plan de la place Dauphine. 11°/ Manque la planche amphithéâtre Place Dauphine. 12°/ Planche Obélisque place Dauphine. 13°/ Planche double page de l'Hostel de Ville. 14°/ Manque la planche Trone ou Haut Dais. 15°/ Manque la planche Marché à l'entrée de leurs Maiestez. 16.17.18.19.20 Planches doubles pages illustrant le cortège Royal. 21 / Planche Te Deum à Nostre Dame. 22°/ Planche Vaisseau Royal. Manque en sus des 4 planches le frontispice, les portraits de la Reine et du Roi. Restaurations en marge de quelques pages, quelques salissures et taches, traces d'usage en marges assez fréquentes. Sans être un très bel exemplaire cet ouvrage reste malgré ses manques en belle condition. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         Peru.

      1662 - Amsterdam, c.1645, French text edition. Original colour. 380 x 490mm. A map of Peru, orientated with north to the left, also showing most of Equador and northern Chile, Potosi, the famous mountain of silver, is named. The plate was engraved by Jodocus Hondius Jnr, son of the Jodocus who purchased the Mercator plates. When he died in 1629 many of his plates were sold to Blaeu, much to the chagrin of the Hondius firm run by Henricus Hondius and Jan Jansson, who were forced to rush the engraving of new plates.

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         CUMBERLAND, CUMBRIA, JOHN SPEED original antique map c1662

      - CUMBERLAND And the Ancient Citie Carlile DescribedWith many memorable antiquities therein found observedby JOHN SPEED.Published London circa 1662 by Roger Rea for "The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine".A superb original copper engraved county map of Cumberland by John Speed, enhanced with attractive and appropriate later hand colouring.The map features an inset street plan of Carlisle with a key identifying individual streets and buildings. The title is displayed with lion, unicorn and Royal crest in a circular cartouche, balanced with a matching cartouche opposite which displays details of the Picts Wall (Hadrian's Wall).Several coats of arms are featured together with a scale of miles and engravings of Roman relics.  An engraving of a battle scene with accompanying historical notes is also shown and the Irish Sea area is decorated with sailing ship and sea monster. English text verso gives a fascinating description of 17th century Cumberland. A scarce Roger Rea edition and a beautiful example for display.   Some old paper repairs have been made to minor edge tears to the lower margin not affecting map area, and a faint library blind stamp in the lower right corner of the border is barely visible. Otherwise fine, clean condition. Approx 19.5" x 14.5" (495mm x 375mm) map area only with good margins beyond.Please see also close up images.     John Speed remains unarguably the most famous English mapmaker, and his maps are sought after by collectors all around the world. His "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine" was published in various editions from 1612 to 1676 and was the very first atlas of the British Isles.A GENUINE ANTIQUE MAP GUARANTEED OVER 300 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTSD316

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         L'Entrée triomphante de leurs Majestez Louis XIV. Roy de France et de Navarre, et Marie Therese d'Austriche son espouse, dans la ville de Paris capitale de leurs royaumes, au retour de la signature de la paix generalle et de leur heureux mariage.

      Paris, Pierre Le Petit, Thomas Joly, Louis Bilaine, 1662. - In-folio (dim. marg. : 435 x 290 mm), frontispice gravé par Chauveau, (1)f. de titre, beau portrait de Louis XIV, (1)f. de Dédicace gravé, (2)ff. (avis au lecteur, table), 7 - (1) - 34 - 28 (saut de page de 14 à 17 sans manque) - 12 pages, illustrées de 22 planches (dont 14 doubles) dont 12 portent la signature de Jean Marot (1619-1679). Les autres non signées sont attribuées à Lepautre, Flamen et Cochin de Troyes. Le portrait est découpé et contrecollé (ne comporte pas son encadrement). Quelques rousseurs, une planche uniformément brunie avec mouillures, de petites réparations amateurs en marge de quelques feuillets. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs joliment orné de caissons aux multiples fleurons dorés. Restaurations anciennes (charnières, 2 caissons, coins), charnières fendillées sur une dizaine de centimètres. Reliure de l'époque. Edition originale de ce très beau livre de fête rédigé par Jean Tronçon. Louis XIV entra à Paris le 16 août 1660, au lendemain de la paix des Pyrénées, pour y recevoir l’ovation de ses sujets, au cours d’une cérémonie orchestrée par le prévôt des Marchands et des Échevins. On fit appel aux architectes et aux artistes pour transformer l’itinéraire du roi en une succession d’arcs de triomphe et de monuments à sa gloire. Les planches de Marot sont précieuses pour l'étude de la topographie ancienne de Paris, car elles montrent la porte Saint-Antoine, le Pont Notre-Dame, la place Dauphine, l'Hôtel de Ville, l'Hôtel de Beauvais et l'intérieur de Notre-Dame. Les cinq planches doubles représentent le grand cortège, gravées pour être présentées bout à bout. Tout porte à croire que ces planches sont l'œuvre de Cochin de Troyes dont le talent offre beaucoup d'analogie avec celui de Callot, le célèbre graveur lorrain" (Vinet). Bel exemplaire en reliure du temps bien complet du portrait (découpé) qui ne se trouve que dans quelques exemplaires seulement. Provenance : Du Collège de la Sainte Trinité de la Compagnie de Jésus à Lyon avec ex-libris manuscrit au titre, Vignette ex-libris armoriée portant la devise "Stella Ducet" et Vignette ex-libris armoriée de la famille Mayol de Lupé - Forez - (De sinople à six pommes de pin d'or 3 2 et 1 Devise Deo et Patriae). Brunet, II, 1004 ; Vinet 501. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         1662 Robert Boyle Experiments Physico-Mechanical Science Boyle’s Law Chemistry

      Oxford : Printed by H. Hall, printer to the University, for Tho : Robinson., 1662. - 1662 Robert Boyle Experiments Physico-Mechanical Science Boyle’s Law Chemistry Origins of famous Boyle’s Law on Gas! “As the sun is best seen at his rising and setting, so men's native dispositions are clearest seen when they are children, and when they are dying.” -- Robert Boyle Robert Boyle was one of the most important Irish-born chemist and natural philosophers of the 17th-century. He is most-remembered for Boyle’s Law, which describes the behaviors of gas. In 1659, after the completion of ‘Pneumatical Engine,’ Boyle conducted a series of experiments on the properties and characteristics of air. The discoveries and results from these experiments were published in Boyle’s book ‘New Experiments Physico-Mechanical.’ This book was critical in the development of Boyle’s Law as it was discussing this book that Boyle first mentioned the properties of gas which would become his famed law. Item number: #2184 Price: $1950 BOYLE, Robert New experiments physico-mechanical, touching the spring of the air, and its effects : (made, for the most part, in a new pneumatical engine) written by way of letter to the Right Honorable Charles Lord Vicount of Dungarvan, eldest son to the Earl of Corke. Oxford : Printed by H. Hall, printer to the University, for Tho : Robinson., 1662. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [14], 207, [93-107] o Textually complete, lacking 1 prelim and both plates o Includes a separate short work ‘An Explication’ in 16 pages • Language: English • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~8in X 6in (20cm x 15cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2184 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Deutsches Aerarium Poeticum, oder poetische Schatz-Kammer, in sich haltende poetische Nahmen, Redensarthen und Beschreibungen, so wohl Geist- als Weltlicher Sachen, Gedichte und Handlungen; zu Verfertigung eines zierlichen und saubern Reims, auff allerhand fürfallende Begebenheiten . Theils aus Martin Opitzens, Paul Fleminges, Andreas Tscherningers . nütz- und lieblichen Schrifften ordentlich zusammen getragen. Anitzo auffs neue, mit Hinzusetzung der Autoren Nahmen, vorangefügten Beysatz-Wörtern, mehren Redens-Arthen und vielen neuen Titeln vermehret, und . zum andern Mahl in Druck gegeben. Landsberg an der Warthe, Mamphras Erben 1677. 8°. 9 Bll., 1330 S., 28 Bll., Prgt. d. Zt.

      - VD17 12:663448M (nicht in Wolfenbüttel; nur 2 Ex. in der BSB u. UB Leipzig) - nicht in Faber du Faur.- Seltene, wesentlich erweiterte Ausgabe des erstmalig 1662 erschienenen, umfangreichen Sammlung von mustergültigen Tropen und Figuren der deutschen Barockdichtung.- Michael Bergmann (1633-1675) war nach einem Studium an der Universität Wittenberg Pfarrer im westpommerschen Woltin.- Etw. gebräunt, am oberen Rand mit Braunfleck, Vorsatz angestaubt, kl. Wurmspuren im Randbereich, Ebd. etw. fleckig.

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         DURHAM, JOHN SPEED original antique hand coloured map c1662

      - THE BISHOPRICK AND CITIE OFDURHAMby JOHN SPEED.Published London circa 1662 by Roger Rea for "The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine".A superb original copper engraved county map of Durham by John Speed, enhanced with attractive and appropriate later hand colouring.The map features an inset street plan of Durham city with historical notes on its history. The title is displayed in a banner and the map also features a scale of miles, compass rose and Royal crest.  An engraving of the battle at Nevilles's Cross with accompanying historical notes is also shown and the sea area is decorated with sailing ship and sea monsters. English text verso gives a fascinating description of 17th century Durham. A scarce Roger Rea edition and a beautiful example for display.   Some very minor edge tears to the margins have been reinforced verso, not affecting map area, and a small perforation similarly repaired. A small and faint library blind stamp in the lower right corner of the border is barely visible. Some light patchy original printer's ink smudges as seen. Otherwise fine, clean condition. Approx 19.5" x 14.5" (495mm x 375mm) map area only with good margins beyond.Please see also close up images.     John Speed remains unarguably the most famous English mapmaker, and his maps are sought after by collectors all around the world. His "Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine" was published in various editions from 1612 to 1676 and was the very first atlas of the British Isles.A GENUINE ANTIQUE MAP GUARANTEED OVER 300 YEARS OLD FROM LINDISFARNE PRINTSD316

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         Journal de Mr de Saint-Amour

      - [Amsterdam]. Imprimé par les soins dudit sieur de Saint-Amour. 1662. 2 parties en 1 volume in-folio, veau tacheté XVIIIème fatigué, dos à nerfs orné. Charnières fendues. [4] ff. ; 578 pp. ; [2] pp. ; 286 pp. Unique édition, peu commune, de cette très importante source pour l'histoire de la condamnation des fameuses cinq propositions extraites d'une lecture sommaire de l'Augustinus par Isaac Habert et pour celle du premier jansénisme : Louis Gorin de Saint-Amour, docteur de Sorbonne, était l'émissaire choisi par les Arnaldiens de la Sorbonne pour défendre à Rome l'ouvrage du docteur d'Ypres dans l'examen qui en était fait. Il se rendit sur place, argumenta pendant les deux ans que durèrent les tractations entre les différentes instances romaines, mais, en partie par manque de connaissance des hommes de la Curie et de la psychologie romaine, il ne sut pas actionner à temps les bons ressorts, en dépit des réticences assez nettes d'Innocent X à entrer dans les voies d'une condamnation. Cette dernière eut cependant lieu en 1653 par la fameuse bulle Cum occasione.Co-rédigé avec Arnauld, sa monumentale relation donne le menu des négociations ainsi que quantité de pièces annexes regroupées en pagination séparée à la fin. Mouillure quelques feuillets, ex-libris manuscrit partiellement effacé sur la page de titre. 313 LH0517

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         La chiromance et phisionomie, par le Regard des membres de l'homme.

      1662 - (.) Misesen Francois par Antoine du Moulin Masconnois. Derniere edition. Paris 1662. Chez Charles de Sercy, dans la Sale Dauphine, a la Bonne-Foy Couronnee. )15 x 9 cm), k. [4], s. 349, liczne drzeworyty w tekście, opr. skóra z epoki. Ślady niew. zawilg., otarcia oprawy. Stan dobry. Rzadka praca na temat chiromancji, fizjonomiki i astroloigii niemieckiego astrologa Johannes'a Indagine (1467 - 1537), specjalisty od wróżb, chiromancji i fizjonomiki. Jego prace, w tym dotyczące fizjonomiki, decyzją papieża Pawła IV w roku 1559 trafiły na listę ksiąg zakazanych. Powodem niełaski, był fakt przyjmowania wpływu na człowieka sił innych niż boskie. Decyzja papieża wbrew jego intencjom, przyczyniła autorowi wiele popularności, zwłaszcza wśród innowierców. Jego ukazujące się po łacinie dzieła, tłumaczono na wiele języków, zwłaszcza na niemiecki ale także na francuski, angielski i wielokrotnie wznawiano w XVI oraz XVII w. Rare work on palmistry, astrology and physiognomy of the German astrologer. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Biblia sacra

      Antonius Vitré & Cleri Gallicani, Parisiis 1662 - Grand in-folio ( 425x280 mm ) plein veau blond glacé, dos à 6 forts nerfs ornés d'une roulette dorée, caissons richement ornés de fers, filets et fleurons dorés, larges guirlandes dorées en tête et queue, titre doré sur pièce de maroquin vieux rouge. triple filets dorés encadrant les plats, double filets dorés sur les coupes, tranches jaspées.Coiffe supérieure élimée et mors fendus sur 3 cm en tête.Etiquette de bibliothèque en contre plat.Petit ex-libris manuscrit en page de titre.Biblia sacra vulgatae editionis. Sixti V. & Clementis VIII. pont. Max autoritate recognita.Edition nova, Notis Chronologicis et Historicis illustrata. Una cum Sacra Chronologia atque Geographia.XVI, 765, 222, 16, LXXXVIII pages.- 2 grandes cartes à double pages ( Geographiae Sacrae totius Orbis Partes - Terra promissa sive Judaea par SANSON ).- Titre. Epistola. praefatio. Hieronymi prologus. Liber Genesis. Liber Exodi. Levitic. . Liber Machabaeorum. ( 749 pages ).- Novum Jesu Christi testamentum. ( 222 pages ).- Oratio Manassae, Liber Esdrae. ( 16 pages ).- Index epistolarum et evangeliorum. Index testimoniorum a Christo et Apostolis in Nuovo testamento. Hebraicorum, Chaldaeorum, Graecorumque nominum. - Chronologia Sacra. ( LXXXVIII pages ).Lectori benovolo. Index geographicus et explicatio regionum. Anciens. Histoire. Religion. Bible

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         Le sage des Stoiques, ou l\'homme sans passions selon les sentiments de Seneque.

      La Haye, Broune & L\'Escluse, 1662. 16°. Mit gestoch. Titel. 10 Bl., 336 S. Spät. Hldr. mit goldgepr. Rsch. und Rverg. (kaum berieben). Einzige Ausgabe. - Le Grand (Legrand) \"was the first philosopher who reduced the Cartesian method, of which he was a zealous partisan, to the method of the schools\" (DNB XI, 862). - Vgl. Ziegenfuß II, 31. - Vorsatz alt gestempelt. Ein Blatt mit kleinem herstellungsbedingten Einriss im weißen Rand. Schönes Exemplar. Versand D: 6,00 EUR

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         Metamorphosis naturalis

      Middelburgh, J. Fierens o.J. 1662 - Bemerkungen: Band 1 der seltenen holländischen Erstausgabe einer der fühesten wissenschaftlichen Beschreibung und Abbildung von kontinentalen Schmetterlingen, Raupen, Würmern, Fliegen und Larven. Die holländische Version erschien im selben Jahr wie die lateinische als Erstausgabe; Johannes Goeddaert (1617 - 1668) war ein bekannter holländischer Landschafts-, Blumen- und Insektenmaler aus Middelburg. "No botanical or zoological drawings are extant. An impression of them however is conveyed by his 'Metamorphosis Naturalis' with its 126 superb engravings. The book describes the results of his investigation into the metamorphosis of insects, accompanied by a large amount of original observations, some of which were prompted by experiments with his own cultures. The book stood model for several other celebrated treatises on the subject, for example Maria Sibylla Merian" Segal: Flowers and nature, p. 198). Vgl. Cf. Horn/ Schenkling 8017; Nissen ZBI 1602, 1603; Hagen I, 288, Landwehr 64. Beschreibung: Format/ Einband 16 x 10 cm, geprägter Pergamenteinband d.Zt.; Band 1 von 3 Bänden. Band 1 mit 1 kolloriert gestochenem Frontispiz und 1 kolloriert gestochenen Abbildung d. Autors in Insektenornament; mit insgesamt kompletten 79 handlithographierten Abbildungen der genannten Insekten auf eingebundenen Blättern nach Seiten 14, 20, 24, 28, 32, 34, 36, 38, 46, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 76, 78, 80, 82, 84, 86, 88, 92 (kleiner Riss ca. 1 cm), 94, 96, 98, 102, 106, 110, 112, (kleiner Riss ca 5 mm), 114, 116, 118, 120, 122, 124, 126, 128, 130, 134, 136, 140, 144, 146, 152 (kleiner Eckenabriss unten innen); 152 Textseiten mit Widmung, Vorwort an den Leser und Nachwort. Bestoßenes leicht fleckiges Exemplar; an einigen Stellen in der Fadenbindung offen und 5 lose eingelegte Blätter. 1 Besitzervermerk auf Vorsatzpapier. Insgesamt ein gut erhaltenes komplettes Exemplar d.B.1. Vgl. Bodenheimer I pp. 388-398; Nissen ZBI 1602; Landwehr p. 24 ff. + 67; Sam Segal: Flowers and nature p. 198. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Britannia prout divisa fuit temporibus Anglo-Saxonium presertim durante illorum Heptarchia.

      1662 - Amsterdam, 1662, Spanish text edition. Fine original colour. 415 x 530mm. The famous 'Saxon Heparchy', one of the most decorative maps of the British Isles. England is shown divided into the seven Saxon kingdoms with seven elaborate vignettes in full colour down the sides. On the left are full-length portraits of the Anglo Saxon founders of the kingdoms: on the right are the various methods used to convert their successors to Christianity, including violence and nagging. KOEMAN: Bl 66A.

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         The Unlawfulness of Subjects taking up arms against their soveraigne : in what case soever ; together with answers to all objections scattered in their several books.

      London : Printed by Thomas Mabb for William Sheares 1662 - Small octavo. Third edition. 141, 152-170, 137-168 pages. Lacking prelims and frontis portrait. Contemporary calf, paper spine label. Foxing and toning. University of Bridgeport stamps to page ends. Originally published in 1643 as a defense of Charles II. Diggs's argued that subjects should provide passive obedience. Even though Diggs does not support the taking up of arms against the king, he does accept that the government is not perfect and that rebels are able to manipulate that aspect in order to get others to rise against it. He notes that the king's position is part of the natural order and God's will. No matter how flawed the government itself is, Digges argues, the alternative of chaos and violence would be much worse. (John Sanderson, "But the People's Creatures': The Philosophical Basis of the English Civil War)" English Short-Title Catalogue D1466 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Idée de la perfection de la peinture demonstrée par les principes de l'art, et par des exemples conformes aux observations que Pline et Quintilien ont faites sur les plus célèbres tableaux des anciens peintres, mis en paralèlle à quelques ouvrages de nos meilleurs peintres modernes, Leonard de Vinci, Raphael, Jules Romain, et le Poussin.

      Jacques Ysambart,, Le Mans 1662 - First edition, rare, of the first systematic theoretical treatise on painting in France by a friend and patron of Nicolas Poussin. No-one before Chambray had had attempted to establish the intellectual foundations of the art of painting, or the permanent and universal criteria for judging pictures. Earlier or contemporary writings such as those by Hilaire Pader, Abraham Bosse, Abbot de Marolles, Félibien or even Dufresnoy do not share either its systematic or quasi-doctrinal qualities.'[Fréart's] ideas on art were crystallised in the Idée de la perfection de la peinture, published in 1662. Chambray intended this as a rule book for art and a guide for contemporary painters. He emphasized the importance of strict, rigorous geometry as truth in art. The Idée served as a manifesto against the sensual and the purely visual, as opposed to intellectual, in painting. Chambray was devoted to the art of Poussin, in which he saw the perfect realization of the classical ideal. He strongly criticized Michelangelo for what he considered extravagant and capricious compositions; he also condemned Rubens, Caravaggio, Tintoretto and Veronese for encouraging a libertine art' (Grove). The work refers extensively to Marcontonio Raimondi's engravings of Raphael's Judgement of Paris, Massacre of the Innocents and Deposition from the Cross, even then described by him as 'rares et curieuses', and he recommends the reader furnish himself with copies of these prints in order to follow his argument. It considers in turn the five fundamental principles that the Ancients apparently observed, and that Chambray finds in Junius' De pictura, as follows: the invention, the proportion, the couleur, the mouvements and the collocation. It begins with a glossary of terms: Estampe, Tramontains, Esleve, Esquisse, Attitude, Pellegrin.Fréart de Chambray (1606-1676), a close friend of Nicolas Poussin and brother of his patron, sent the painter a copy in Rome and he was thanked in a letter in 1665: 'I am delighted that you were the first one in France to have opened the eyes of those who until then had only seen through the eyes of others'. Fréart de Chambray was a major artistic influence at the court of Louis XIV and had already published in French works of Euclid Palladio, Vitruvius, Leonardo da Vinci. The Idée was translated into English by John Evelyn as An Idea of the Perfection of Painting in 1668.This copy is from the collection of French novelist André Malraux (1901-76), with a pencil note to that effect. 4to (220 × 160 mm), pp. [24], 134, [6], complete with blank leaf [A4], woodcut and typographical ornaments. Light stain to blank lower margins of first 4 leaves (including title) and some very light browning towards the end, deleted early ownership inscription to title. Contemporary red morocco, gilt, panelled spine with 5 raised bands, gilt edges. Rubbed, but still a handsome copy. [Outside continental Europe OCLC records copies at BL, Courtauld, University of Exeter (UK), MFA Boston and there are also copies in Cambridge University Library National Gallery of Art (Washington) and Getty.] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Dittionario italiano, et francese. Dictionnaire italien et francois, bien curieusement reveu [sic], corrigè [sic], & augmentè [sic]

      Apresso li Milochi, Venetia 1662 - Two parts in one, large 8vo, pp. [6], 452; 288; title page printer's device, head-pieces, and initials; lexicon text in triple columns; full contemporary vellum, manuscript spine title; bottom 2 inches of front hinge cracked, else very good and sound. See Vancil, p. 74, for the 1659 edition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Theatrum machinarum novum, exhibens aquarias, alatas, ivmentarias, manuarias; pedibus, ac ponderibus versatiles, plures, et diversas molas. Variis frumentis commolendis, Chartæ, & nitrato pulveri apparando, diversis tundendis, ferrandis, terebrandis, panno constipando, decorando, aliisquè usibus destinatas, adaptatas. Annexis praetereà organorum, utensilium necessariorum, & utilium, ad haec apparanda, figuris & explicationibus. Per Georgium Andream Bocklerum, architectum & ingeniarium. Ex Germania in Latinum recens translatum Operâ R. D. Henrici Schmitz, .

      Coloniae Agrippinae: Sumptibus Pauli Principis, Technempolaei Noribergici 1662 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B.].- // 1ª ed. en latín.- Folio, (330x220mm.); [14], 55, [1] p.; 154 h. de grabados de mecánica e hidráulica; sign.: [2], 4, , A-G4; doble portada, con la impresa precedida por otra grabada por V. Sommer, con diseño del propio Böckler; 154 grabados, 30 de ellos firmados de diferentes maneras por Balthasar Schwan y 8 por Eberhard Kieser.- // Encuadernación del s. XVIII (posiblemente 1709) en plena piel; lomo de seis nervios, con cuajado y tejuelo dorados; cantos dorados a rueda; cortes jaspeados; estupendos márgenes. Leve rozadura en plano delantero; cortes débiles; mínima remarginación del margen lateral en folio 4.- // Proc.: Encolado en contraplano delantero, exlibris grabado de la biblioteca del aeronauta Charles Dollfus (1827-1907); dos exlibris manuscritos, el primero 'Dalton', fechado en 1709, en folio [1], y, fechado en julio de 1884, ilegible, en contraplano delantero, el segundo.- // Refs.: Brunet, I, 1024; Graesse, I, 459.- // Célebre compilación perteneciente al subgénero de los teatros de máquinas, que tuvo un gran éxito editorial a partir del finales del s. XVI, por su combinación de imagen, ciencia y variedad. Los Teatros de máquinas se acogían al género mayor de los Teatros, elencos que podían serlo de cualquier asunto (cabe recordar el Teatro Moral con los grabados de van Veen, ver nuestras refs. C-0393 y C-0592), cuyo común denominador era ser colecciones de grabados que deseaban ilustrar al lector sobre el asunto compendiado. Georg Böckler, arquitecto e ingeniero en Nüremberg, quiso presentar en esta obra la mecánica práctica conveniente para diferentes actividades centrándose especialmente en los molinos y las máquinas hidráulicas, sobre todo, las bombas de agua. Para ello acudió, como el mismo señala en el prólogo, a tener en cuenta dos obras. La primera, la obra de Jacobo de Strada (romano afincado al servicio de los emperadores Maximiliano II y Rodolfo II), que hizo publicar su sobrino Octavio de Strada -aunque apareció años después de muerto este- con el título de 'Kunstliche Abriß allerhand Wasser Wind Roß und Handt Mühlen'(1). En este caso, Böckler no solo tuvo en cuenta la obra, sino que además recuperó parte de las planchas con las que se había impreso para emplearlas en la suya propia. Por ejemplo, el grabado de Eberhard Kieser que figura como 133, o el grabado de Schwan que figura como número 8, que aparecían con los números 67 y 86, respectivamente, en el tomo 2 de la obra de los Strada. La segunda obra a la que había acudido Böckler era la tercera parte del 'Theatri machinarum' que Heinrich Zeising publicó en Leipzig entre 1607 y 1614, dedicada a los molinos. En estas obras y, por ende, en la recuperación llevada a cabo por Böckler, los grabados se presentan de un modo novedoso, incorporándole un escenario a las máquinas, así como manipuladores y observadores, para que el lector pudiera hacerse una idea de cómo serían en su aplicación real y pudieran admirarla(2). El propio frontispicio diseñado por Böckler muestra a Arquímedes y a Mecánico abriendo un telón tras el que se aparece una población que se beneficia de numerosos ingenios hidráulicos. El compendio de Böckler incluía también el diseño de máquinas que pudieran garantizar el perseguido 'movimiento perpetuo' (véanse los grabados 150 a 153) o la aplicación de la bastante novedosa bomba contra incendios (grabado 154) inventada unos pocos años antes. Como quiera que las obras de Strada y de Zeisling se habían publicado solo en alemán, tuvieron un mercado y una difusión reducidas, por lo que el éxito obtenido por la obra de Böckler cabría atribuirlo al hecho de que él publicase la suya también en latín. Por eso, siendo que la obra so [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Theatrum Sympatheticum Auctum, exhibens Varios Authores de Pulvere Sympathetico quidem: Digbaeum, Straussinum, Papinium et Moyhum de Unguento vero Armario; Goclenium, Robertum, Helmontium, R. Fluddum, Beckerum, Borellum. Praemittitur his Sylvestri Rattray, Aditus ad Sympathiam et Anti-Pathiam. Edition novissima, correctior, acution, multisq' parasangis melior.

      Norimbergae Apud Johan. Andeam Endterum & Wolfgangi Junioris Haeredes 1662 - Thick 4to, 197 x 134 mms., pp. [viii], 722 [723 - 764 index], title-page printed in red and black, engraved vignette on page 125, recently rebound in dark chocolate sheepskin, gilt spine, black leather labels, new end-papers, including two dark brown ones (rather unsympathetic); title-page soiled and frayed, but a so-so to good copy, with the small library stamp of St. Patrick's College Library, Maynooth, on various pages (de-accessioned). The volume contains Digby's "Oratio de Pulvere sympathetico"; Laurentius Straussius's "Epistola ad Comitem Dygbaeum"; Nicolaus Papinus's "Dissertatio de Pulvere Sympathetico"; and Ercius Mohyus' "Pulvis Sympatheticus". Digby first described his well-known weapon-salve, or powder of sympathy, in the discourse alleged to have been delivered at Montpellier in 1658. Its method of employment stamps it as the merest quackery. The wound was never to be brought into contact with the powder, which was merely powdered vitriol. A bandage was to be taken from the wound, immersed in the powder, and kept there till the wound healed. Digby gives a fantastic account of the "sympathetic" principles involved. He says that he learned how to make and apply the drug from a Carmelite who had travelled in the East, and whom he met at Florence in 1622. He first employed it about 1624 to cure James Howell of a wound in his hand, and he adds that James I and Dr. Mayerne were greatly impressed by its efficacy, and that Bacon registered it in his scientific collections.(DNB). Lorenz Strauss [1633-1687] physician, professor of medicine at Giessen, court physician of the Landgrave of Hesse-Darmstadt. He edited the 1660 edition (from which this edition is taken) of Theatrum Sympatheticum. Papin born at Blois practiced medicine there and Alencon, and his death occurred subsequent to 1653. This dissertation was first published at Paris in 1644. Mohyus came from Rondchamp near Liege. He studied medicine and practiced it with credit from1620 to 1654. The Pulvis was first published in 1654. (Information from Heritage Auctions, 2015) Rubin 68. Bruning 2077. Ferchl 531. Ferguson II,440. Caillet 10599. Duveen 574. Rosenthal, Magica, 3265. Gilhofer, Alchrmie 133, 428. Esoterica 4823. Neu 4013. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Chronica der Freyen Reichs-Statt Speyer, darinn von dreyerley fürnemblich gehandelt, erstlich vom Ursprung, Auffnehmen, Befreyung, Beschaffenheit deß Regiments, Freyheiten, Privilegien, Rechten, Gerechtigkeiten, denckwürdigen Sachen und Geschichten, auch underschiedlichen Kriegen und Belägerungen der Statt Speyr: Zum andern, von Anfang und Auffrichtung deß Teutschen Reiches, desselben Regierung durch König und Kayser Zum dritten von Anfang und Beschreibung der Bischoffen zu Speyr und deß Speyrischen Bisthumbs.

      Frankfurt, Fievet 1662 - 4 Bl. 1024 S., 48 Bl. 25 x 18 cm. Pergamentband der Zeit mit altem handschriftlichen Rückenschild (dieses etwas abgerieben). - Zweite Ausgabe (EA 1612) dieser beispielhaften Stadtchronik, die zu einem guten Teil auch Reichsgeschichte ist, für die Lehmann noch auf den kompletten Aktenbestand der Reichsstadt Speyer zurückgreifen konnte. Sie brachte ihm den Ruf eines “deutschen Livius” ein (ADB XVIII, 134). – Dahlmann-W. 1935 – Die „Lehmannsche Chronik“ endet mit dem Tod Kaiser Friedrichs III. im Jahr 1493. - Teilweise etwas gebräunt. Ansonsten gutes und sauberes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Antique Map-ISOLE TREMITI-ISLANDS-ADRIATIC SEA-ITALY-Blaeu-1662

      - Map: 'Insulae Tremitanae olim Diomedeae dictae.' Bird's-eye view of the Tremiti Islands (Isole Tremiti) in the Adriatic, Italy. With compass rose, key and sailing ships. Copperplate engraving on a verge type of hand-laid paper. With beautiful hand colouring. Description: This antique map by Joan Blaeu originates from his Atlas Maior, published in The Netherlands ca. 1662.Artists and Engravers: Joan Blaeu (1596 - 1673) was a Dutch cartographer. He was born in Alkmaar, the son of cartographer Willem Blaeu. In 1620 he became a doctor of law but he joined the work of his father. In 1635 they published the Atlas Novus (full title: Theatrum orbis terrarum, sive, Atlas novus) in two volumes. Joan and his brother Cornelius took over the studio after their father died in 1638. Joan became the official cartographer of the Dutch East India Company. Around 1649 Joan Blaeu published a collection of Dutch city maps named Tooneel der Steeden (Views of Cities). In 1651 he was voted into the Amsterdam council. In 1654 Joan published the first atlas of Scotland, devised by Timothy Pont. In 1662 he reissued the atlas with 11 volumes, and one for oceans. It was also known as Atlas Maior. A cosmology was planned as their next project, but a fire destroyed the studio completely in 1672. Joan Blaeu died in Amsterdam the following year. Condition: Good/excellent General age-related toning and light staining from handling as visible on image. Paper in the margins slightly browned. Very wide margins. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: DP-P5-04 The overall size is ca. 24.4 x 20.5 inch. The image size is ca. 19.7 x 15 inch. The overall size is ca. 62 x 52 cm. The image size is ca. 50 x 38 cm.

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         Dendrographias sive historiae naturalis de Arboribus et fruticibus tam nostri quam peregrini orbis Libri decem.

      Francofurti ad Moenum, 1662 - Cartonnage d'attente d'époque. Frontispice, [8]ff préface, 477pp, [31]pp. Ouvrage orné d'un titre frontispice de Matthieu Mérian gravé par Melchior Kusell, ainsi que de 137 planches hors-texte gravées en taille-douce représentant des plantes et fleurs, également d'après Mérian.Rare édition originale. Texte en deux colonnes. "Ce volume de Jonston est devenu beaucoup plus rare que son ouvrage sur les animaux, dont les différentes éditions ont multiplié les exemplaires ; celui-ci qui ne se trouve sque difficilement, est devenu d'un prix assez cher ; et le prix en augmente tous les jours avec sa rareté". DE BURE, Guillaume-François, Bibliographie instructive, 1764.Quelques rousseurs à certains feuillets. Pritzel, 4475. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Etymologicon linguae latinae.

      VOSSIUS G. J. Gerardi Joannis Vossii Etymologicon linguae latinae. Praefigitur Ejusdem de Literarum permutatione tractatus. Amstelodami, Apud Ludovicum et Danielem Elzevirios, 1662. Un volume in 4to (cm.37x24). 34 cc.n.nn., pp.606. Frontespizio con caratteri neri e rossi. Testo su due colonne. Tracce d'umido. Prima carta bianca e frontespizio slegati. Pergamena coeva con unghie. Edizione originale. In questo tiraggio manca l'insegna tipografica raffigurante Minerva al frontespizio (vedi foto). Pieters, pag.221 n.13; Willems, 1295; Brunet V, 1373. Gerardus Johannes Vossius, (Latin), Dutch Gerhard Johann Voss (born 1577, near Heidelberg [Germany]died March 19, 1649, Amsterdam [Netherlands]), Dutch humanist theologian, one of the foremost scholars of the Dutch Republic's "Golden Age". Vossius studied at Leiden, where he made a lasting friendship with the jurist and scholar Hugo Grotius. In 1615 he became regent of the theological college of the States-General at Leiden and soon joined the controversy over Arminianism, a liberal reaction to the Calvinist doctrine of predestination. His mediating role was suspected by the Calvinists, and he resigned his chair in 1619. So great, however, was Vossius's reputation as a scholar that in 1622 he was appointed professor of rhetoric and chronology (later also Greek) at the University of Leiden. He twice refused invitations to Cambridge but accepted a nonresident prebendary at Canterbury offered him by Charles I and Archbishop William Laud. He was installed there in 1629 and received a doctorate of civil law from Oxford. In 1632 Vossius left Leiden to become professor of history at the newly founded Athenaeum at Amsterdam. (britannica.com)

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         DUCATO OVERO TERRITORIO DI MILANO

      [1662], Lombardia 1662 - La tavola è contenuta nel Theatrum Orbis Terrarum sive Atlas Novus. Coloritura coeva. Bibliografia: Verga, p. 165, n. 147; Colombo-Rondanini-GRSD, p. 31, e tavv. a pp. 32-33 e 36-37. mm 380x501

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         Antique Print-FRANCE-SAINTOGNE-XAINTOGNE-CHARENTE MARITIME-Blaeu-1662

      - Antique print, titled: 'Xaintogne, avec le Pays d'Aulnis, le Brouageais, Terre d'Arvert, &c.' - The (defunct) department of Saintogne in France, now part Charente-Maritime. Etching/engraving, with old hand colouring, certain important cities heightened with gold on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: This print originates from: Joan Blaeu published this map of Saintonge in 1662 in his Atlas Maior. The map is a copy of a map by Willem Jansz. Blaeu (1571-1638) of the same area from 1635, but this map is more detailed and the scale of this map by Joan Blaeu is larger. Joan Blaeu probable used for the composition of his map work by the French cartographer Nicolas Sanson (1600-1667) published by Jan Janssonius (1588-1664) in Amsterdam in 1646. Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Joan Blaeu'. Joan Blaeu (23 September 1596 - 28 May 1673) was a Dutch cartographer. He was born in Alkmaar, the son of cartographer Willem Blaeu. In 1620 he became a doctor of law but he joined the work of his father. In 1635 they published the Atlas Novus (full title: Theatrum orbis terrarum, sive, Atlas novus) in two volumes. Joan and his brother Cornelius took over the studio after their father died in 1638. Joan became the official cartographer of the Dutch East India Company. Around 1649 Joan Blaeu published a collection of Dutch city maps named Tooneel der Steeden (Views of Cities). In 1654 Joan published the first atlas of Scotland, devised by Timothy Pont. In 1662 he reissued the atlas with 11 volumes, and one for oceans. It was also known as Atlas Maior. A cosmology was planned as their next project, but a fire destroyed the studio completely in 1672. Joan Blaeu died in Amsterdam the following year. Condition: Good, given age. Original middle fold, as issued. Sheet overall a little browned and slightly stained. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: B60-16 The overall size is ca. 24.5 x 21.7 inch. The image size is ca. 21.3 x 19.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 62.2 x 55.2 cm. The image size is ca. 54 x 48.8 cm.

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         Rendsburgum, Chilonium et Bordesholma, sive Holsatia Propria. Kolorierte Kupferstichkarte von C.L. Rodtgiesser nach J. Mejer aus Atlas Major bei Blaeu. Amsterdam, 1662. 41 x 62,5 cm.

       1662 Gebiet zwischen Rendsburg und Kiel, Bad Segeberg im Südosten und Wilster im Südwesten, Insetplan von Rendsburg oben links, daneben Titelkartusche, Dedikations- und Maßstabskartusche in den rechten beiden Ecken. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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         Deß Hertzogthumbs Steyer Goldschmidt-Ordnung.

      Graz, Widmannstetter, 1662 - 2 Bll., 16 S. Erste Ausgabe, sehr selten (fehlt auf der ÖNB). - Graff 524 (kennt nur das Exemplar auf der Steiemärkischen Landesbibliothek). - Die erste Handwerksordnung für die steirischen Goldschmiede war 1571 erschienen und ist laut Josef Joos (Das steirische Goldschmiedehandwerk bis ins 19. Jahrhundert. in Kunst und Kunsthandwerk. Jg. 21 / 1919) nicht mehr auffindbar. Diese erste Goldschmiedeordnung war aber bald unbrauchbar und wurde durch jene von Erzherzog Ernst erlassene und 1592 publizierte ersetzt. Diese blieb für lange Zeit in Kraft. Im Jahre 1651 petinionierten die Grazer Goldschmiede um die Bewilligung der 13lötigen Augsburger, an Stelle der üblichen 14lötigen Wiener Silberprobe. Der Kaiser bewilligte am am 10. April 1652 diese Bitte ordnete aber gleichzeitig an, daß nun neben den zwei Zechmeistern auch der Münzwardein die Probe auf den Feingehalt vorzunehmen habe. Die Grazer Goldschmiede lehnten dies aber ab und arbeiteten mit dem 14lötigen Silber weiter. Kaiser Leopold I. bestätigte einige Jahre danach, am 23. Juli 1660, die alte Ordnung, befahl aber am 9. August 1662 einen Neudruck der Grazer Goldschmiedeordnung, der die Resolution vom 10. April 1652 berücksichtigt. Für die ganze Steiermark wird hiermit die 13lötige Silberprobe und für Goldarbeiten die Feine von 16 bis 18 Karat - aber nicht darunter - zugelassen. Im übrigen ist an der Goldschmiedeordnung von 1592 nichts von Belang verändert worden. - Etw. wasserrandig und gebräunt. Exlibris. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 400 Kl.-4°. Mod. Pp. (leicht bestoßen). [Attributes: First Edition]

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         White-ladies: or his sacred majesties Most miraculous Preservation, After the battle at worcester, September 3. 1651. Faithfully imparted for the satisfaction of the Nation by Eye-witnesses. By Special Command

      London: Printed for the Author, 1662. 32pp, [1]. With a woodcut frontispiece, trimmed and window-mounted. Recent red morocco, lettered in gilt. A trifle sunned and rubbed, soiling to upper board. Many leaves expertly remounted at gutter, touching text of A2, without loss of sense. Occasional slight shaving to upper margin touching pagination numerals. An anonymous narrative of the tribulations suffered by Charles II following defeat at the Battle of Worcester apparently 'issued by special command', likely in an attempt to profit from the Restoration. The terminal leaf bears a statement from the publisher announcing their intention to print a further volume should this first part find success - it would appear that this did not come to fruition. Rare, with ESTC locating copies of this octavo edition at only two locations in the British Isles (BL and Oxford), and one further in North America (Minnesota). Copies of the quarto edition are recorded at two British locations (BL and Oxford), with none elsewhere. ESTC R219459, Wing W1861.. First octavo edition. 8vo.

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         Traité de la Connoissance des Animaux, où tout ce qui a esté dit Pour, et Contre le Raisonnement des Bestes, est examiné.

      A Paris, chez Iacques d'Allin, 1662. - in-4. 4ff. 30pp. 5ff. 390pp. (i.e. 388). Plein veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné, aux armes du duc Alexandre de La Rochefoucauld (reliure ancienne, la coiffe supérieure manque, mors supérieur fendu). Edition Originale imprimée en 1648 (exemplaire de seconde émission avec un nouveau titre à la date de 1662) du plus important ouvrage de l'auteur. Il réfute notamment l'opinion de Descartes selon laquelle les animaux sont incapables de penser. Marin Cureau de la Chambre (1594-1669), médecin de Louis XIV, fut membre de l'Académie Française et l'un des fondateurs de l’Académie des Sciences. Il fut l'un des premiers à écrire sur des matières scientifiques en français. "Il eut le mérite d'écrire dans un excellent style et en français, ce qui était une innovation hardie à une époque où toutes les questions scientifiques étaient traitées en latin ( ) et celui de parler clairement la langue scientifique" (Larousse). Séduisant exemplaire en reliure armoriée provenant de la fameuse bibliothèque du Château de la Roche-Guyon, avec les armes du duc Alexandre de La Rochefoucauld (1690-1762) estampées sur les plats, et le cachet de la bibliothèque sur la page de titre. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Brevia Parliamentaria Rediviva, In XIII Sections, Conteining.

      1662 - Prynne Reviews the History of Parliamentary Writs and Practice Prynne, William [1600-1669]. Brevia Parliamentaria Rediviva. In XIII Sections Conteining Several Catalogues of the Numbers, Dates of All Bundles of Original Writs of Summons and Elections Newly Found, Or Formerly Extant in the Tower of London During the Reigns of King Edw. 1, 2, 3. R. 2. H. 4, 5, 6. And E. 4 Being 117 Bundles: Of All the Knights Names of Each County Retorned on These Writs; And all Cities, Boroughs, Ports Therin Summoned to Elect, Send, Or Actually Returning Citizens, Burgesses, Barons, And How Oft They Did it During These Kings Reigns: With 3. Catalogues of All the Citizens, Burgesses Retorned on These Writs for Bathe, Bristol, London: The Ancient Forms of Elections, Retorns Cedules, Indentures Relating to Each County, City, Borough, Port; Besides Sundry Rare Writs, Records, Memorials, And Observations from them Touching Elections, Retorns: The True Original Creation, Continuance, Discontinuance, Exemption of Antient Boroughs: The Late Erections of New, and Revival of Some Old Petty Boroughs; Most of Which Writs, Bundles, Records, Rarities (Long Buryed in Dust and Darknesse in Caesars Chappel) Hitherto Unknown, Were Lately Discovered, And Here Published for the Benefit of Posterity. London: Printed for the Author, 1662. [xxiv], 232 pp., 233-248 ff., [4], 249-384, 369-376, 393-398, [2] pp. Pagination irregular, text complete. Quarto (7-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary sheep, recently rebacked in calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and retained contemporary lettering piece to spine. Light rubbing and a some minor nicks and scuffs to boards, moderate rubbing to board edges, corners bumped and somewhat worn, hinges cracked, recent owner bookplate to front pastedown. Title page printed within typographical border. Moderate toning to text, occasional minor worming to foot of text block, light soiling to title page. $750. * Only edition. Complete in itself, this is the third part of a four-volume collection issued from 1659 to 1664 known collectively as the Brief Register. The 1662 volume contains Parliamentary material from the reigns of King Edward I trough King Edward IV. Other volumes contain writs from different periods. Prynne was a contentious and erudite Puritan attorney and legal antiquarian who wrote several books and pamphlets ab. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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