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        Sammelband mit u.a. 169 Leichenpredigten].

      Prachtvoller barocker Sammelband mit mehr als 2300 Seiten und insgesamt 169 Leichenpredigten - eine mehrbändige Predigtsammlung mit 150 Sermonen sowie 19 einzelne Titel. - Abgesehen vom ersten Werk liegen alle Druckorte im sächsisch-thüringischen Raum: Leipzig, Freiberg, Zeitz, Bautzen, Chemnitz, Gera. - Enthält in der Reihenfolge die folgenden Titel, die hier verkürzt und mit Verweis auf den VD17 wiedergegeben sind. Zwei Titel (Nr. 9, 10) sind bislang nicht im VD17, einer davon ist via KVK weltweit nicht nachweisbar: 1) Prokop (von Templin): Funerale, Das ist: Hundert unnd Funffzig Todten- oder Leich-Predigen In vier Opuscula abgetheilt. Das Erste, Universale Das Andere, Dominicale Das Dritte, Indifferentiale Das Vierdte, Casuale. [...] Opusculum I-IV. Editio prima. - [4 Teile in einem Band.] - [Saltzburg: Mayr 1670], 14 (von 18) Blatt (ohne Frontispiz, Titelblatt in Kopie beiliegend) Blatt, 172 Seiten [4] Blatt, 470 Seiten 136 Seiten [4] Blatt, 480 Seiten (VD17 1:040404X) enthält 2) Reinhart, Elias Sigismund: Johannis Michaels. [Leipzig] (1667?) (VD17 39:104521Z) enthält 3) Rector Academiae Lipsiensis [...] Johannis Michaelis [...] Bendorff. [Leipzig] (1667), [4] Blatt. (VD17 125:045329Q) 4) Lehmann, Georg: Ursel Sabinen geb. Braunin (verh.) Mayers. Leipzig 1671. (VD17 1:030020E) enthält 5) Mayer, Johann Ulrich: Gottes Kinder als Frembdlinge [...] Friedrich Lanckischens. Leipzig (ca. 1670). (VD17 1:035566A) enthält 6) Mayer, Johann Ulrich: Jungfr. Euphrosinen [...] Pühlmanns. Leipzig (1670). VD17 39:104008N enthält 7) Mayer, Johann Ulrich: Selige Kinder-Mutter [...] Reginen [...] Belwitzens. Leipzig (1671). (VD17 39:104032M) enthält 8) Mayer, Johann Ulrich: Geistlicher Thürhüter [...] Georg Fuchsens. Leipzig 1671. (VD17 39:104035K) enthält 9) Starcke, Sebastian Gottfried: Samuel Wagner. Freybergk 1664. Nicht im VD17, im KVK nur ein Ex. (Leipzig) enthält 10) Bose, Gottfried Christian: Der Geistlich erklärete Wund-Artzt, Aus den Worten des leiblich- und geistlicher Weise verwundeten Creutzträgers Hiobs in seinem 19. Cap. vers. 25. 26. 27. Aber ich weis, daß mein Erlöser lebet etc. Bey Christlichen und Volckreichen Leichenbegängniß Deß Weiland EhrenVesten, Wohlgeachten und Kunsterfahrnen Hn. Johann Gotzschens, Wohlbenahmten Bürgers, Chirurgi und Barbiers, auch derselben Innung Obermeisters allhier in Leipzig. In der Kirchen zu St. Johannis daselbst den 23. Decemb. des 1670. Jahres erläutert und auf Begehren zum Druck gegeben Von Gottfried Christian Bosen, Der H. Schrifft D. und der Kirchen zu St. Thomae Archi-Diacono. [Leipzig]: Gedruckt bey Johann Bauern 1671, [20] Blatt nicht im VD17, im KVK kein Exemplar nachweisbar enthält 11) Conrad, Heinrich: Prudentia Salvifica [....] Heinrichen des Andern. Gera 1671. (VD17 39:104216Q) enthält 12) Zopff, Johann Caspar: Arbor Vitae [...] Heinrichen des Andern. Gera 1671. (hier die beiden Teile umgekehrt: 40, 94 S.) (VD17 39:104214Z) enthält 13) Mitternacht, Joh. Sebastian: M. Johannes Bartholomaei. Zeiz 1670. [28] (von 40 bzw. 42) Bl. (VD17 39:114862C / 32:648701P Variante nicht geprüft) enthält 14) Rothe, Johann: Thesaurus Animae Coelestis [...] Samuelis Manitii. Budißin 1671. VD17 39:107181E enthält 15) Griebner, Daniel: Frau Veronica geb. Oelhafin. Leipzig 1671 (VD17 1:038161D) enthält 16) Götzinger, Johann: Frau Magdalenen Fritzschens. Chemnitz 1670 (VD17 125:032937X) enthält 17) Böhme, Caspar: Frau Eva Elisabeth von Schönefeldt. Dresden 1670. (VD17 14:051523R) enthält 18) Memoria Bütneriana, Herrn George Büttnern. Gera 1670. (VD17 1:025190Z) enthält 19) Rothe, Salomon: Mord-Leichen-Predigt [...] Andreae Köhlers. Chemnitz 1669. (VD17 3:642452M) enthält 20) Nack, Christoph: Johann Abel Fickers. Gera 1669. (VD17 1:0422414). - Provenienz: handschriftliche lateinische Einträge eines F. Antoninus Einhorn (1750) auf dem Innenspiegel. Gelegentlich mit handschriftlichen Marginalien durchgehend von Hand durchfoliiert. - Berieben und bestoßen, Kapitale eingerissen, Papier gebräunt, gelegentlich mit handschriftlichen Marginalien, nach dem Hauptwerk einheitlich von Hand durchfoliiert bis Bl. 508, sonst und insgesamt wohlerhaltener Sammelband.

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        Tenants Law: a treatise of great use, for tenants and farmers of all kinds, and all other persons whatsoever. Wherein the several natures, differences and kinds of tenures and tenants are discussed, and several cases in the law touching leases, rents, distresses, replevins and other accidents between landlord and tenant, and tenant and tenant between themselves and others; especially such who have suffered by the late conflagration in the city of London. The second edition.

      Printed by T.M. for S.S. and are to be sold by W. Jacob, London 1670 - 12mo, pp. [x], 72, 75-158. Recased in contemporary unlettered sheep, boards ruled in blind. Edges a touch worn at beginning and end, a few leaves with thin short wormtracks in blank margins. Corners and edges a touch worn, leather stained and marked. Ownership inscription of William Douglas dated 1684 to front flyleaf, with his name repeated again on several other leaves. The rare second edition of this long-running guide to Tenants Law, first published 1666 and continually updated and expanded well into the eighteenth century. ESTC locates just one copy in the UK, at Senate House, plus 3 at Harvard and one each in the Huntington and Library of Congress. The first edition is equally rare, with only the BL copy recorded in the UK. ESTC R203704. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Zayde. Histoire espagnole, par Mr de Segrais (i.e. Madame de La Fayette].

      - Paris, Claude Barbin, 1670-1671. 2 volumes in-8 (150 × 93 mm), plein maroquin violine, dos janséniste à 5 faux-nerfs, titres dorés, datés en pied, double filet sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure (rel. Masson-Debonnelle), 99, (1), 441, (1) p. et (4), 536 p. Edition originale, très rare, du deuxième roman de Madame de La Fayette qu’elle publia en se dissimulant sous le nom de Segrais et qu’elle fit précéder d'une préface sur "L'origine des romans" par Pierre-Daniel Huet, essai qui fit date (99 pages en pagination séparée). Roman à la mode "hispano-mauresque", ‘Zayde’ est construit autour d’une intrigue à rebondissement rythmé par un dispositif novateur des lettres et de récits insérés. Le livre obtint un immense succès dès sa sortie en 1670 et fut accompagné d’une deuxième partie l’année suivante. Publié huit années avant ‘la princesse de Clèves’, 'Zayde' est considéré comme l’un des premiers romans d’analyse de la littérature moderne et demeure un modèle du genre. "La psychologie des personnages, bouleversés par les passions et déchirés entre devoir et sentiments, y est décrite avec une finesse inconnue jusqu'alors dans le genre romanesque. Publié en 1670, ‘Zayde’ fonde le roman d'analyse et annonce le clair-obscur de ‘La Princesse de Clèves’ " (Camille Esmein, éditions GF, 2006). (Tchemerzine-Scheler, III, 834-835. La Rochebilière, n°719 ne possédait que le deuxième volume seul). Bel exemplaire, soigneusement lavé et finement relié au XIXe siècle par Masson-Debonnelle, successeur de Capé. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Optique de portraiture et peinture, en deux parties. La premiere est la perspective pratique acomplie, pour representer les somptueuses architectures des plus superbes bâtimens en perspective par deux manieres. La deuxieme partie contient la perspective speculative, sçavoir les demonstrations & declarations des secrets fondamentaux des regles ou moyens contenus en la premiere partie.

      De l'Imprimerie d'André Cramoisy, rüe S. Iacques, au Sacrifice d'Abraham, proche S. Severin, Paris 1670 - First edition of this important work on perspective and painting. "The draughtsman and engraver Grégoire Huret (1610-70) – an academician who was also close to the king – took over Bosse’s lectures at the Royal Academy of Painting and Sculpture. In 1670, Huret published Optique de portraiture et peinture (Optics of portraying and painting) in which he expressed great concern about the state of the art, particularly criticising Bosse’s book from 1665 [On the practices of geometrical planes and perspectives] and previous publications Huret claimed that his book should be seen as a contribution to the education of the young, especially to teaching them useful rules for drawing perspective Huret was well read and discussed books on other subjects than perspective. Naturally enough these included general works on painting, but also Desargues’s and Pascal’s works on projective geometry Among the more productive passages in Huret’s book one can find a presentation of the construction and use of an angle scale. He also dealt with a point most authors avoided, namely the use of scaled lengths in perspective constructions. In this connection he presented the technique for applying a reduced distance in a distance point construction – without reducing the actual distance – that ‘sGravesande applied later Huret may have been searching for a closer link between perspective and projective geometry. It also seems he had some doubts concerning perspective that were similar to those expressed by Leonardo da Vinci" (Andersen, The Geometry of an Art: the History of the Mathematical Theory of Perspective from Alberti to Monge, 2007, pp. 465-66)."In portraying the bodies of man and animals Huret grants the liberty to the painter to draw them without any perspectival distortion on the picture plane, just as the eyes see them in life. This is a plea for a flexible response to natural vision and Judgement by eye . Not surprisingly he criticized Cousin, Barbaro, Marolois and Desargues for taking mathematical perspective beyond its visual limits" (Martin Kemp, The Science of Art, Yale University Press 1990, S. 125)Macclesfield Sale lot 1079; Arnoud de Vitry Sale lot 459 & 460. Folio (370 x 249 mm), 2 engraved frontispieces, woodcut device on title-page, woodcut initials, 8 engraved plates, pp. [14], 159, [1:blank], contemporary sheep, spine and corners with well done surface repairs, internally fine and clean. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Sammelband of 42 English Sermons, bound in one volume (1670-1788)

      London: Various: John Norris; Robert White for Henry Mortlock; Richard Royston; Jonathan Robinson; Walker Kettilby; W. Innys; Robert Clavell; Edward Jones; S. Smith; J. Meres; W. Meadows; Richard Baldwin; W. Wilkins; J. Bonwicke; J. Brotherton; W. Rogers, 1670. Hardcover. Good. Thick Sammelband of over 42 Sermons bound in one volume. Over 1130 pages (I didn't count many of the prelim & advertisement pages). Small quarto. Bound in contemporary calf with covers detached and disbound. Most of the sermons good shape, some with wear, soiling. Includes: Leonard Lichfield, A Sermon Preach'd before the University of Oxford (1685) 28 p.; Edward Stillingfleet, A Sermon Preached November V. 1673 at St. Margarets Westminst. (1674) 50 p.; Z. Cradock, A Sermon Preached before the King, February 10th 1677 (1678) 43 p.; Thomas Jekyll, Righteousness and Peace The best Means to prevent Ruin (1681) [3], 34 p.; Tho. Whincop, A Sermon Preach'd before the House of Commons at St. Margaret's… (1702) 27 p.; Gilbert Burnet, A Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Mr. James Houblon (1682) 38 p.; Richrd Wooddeson, A Sermon Preach'd ... at the funeral of Joseph Clarke. (1751) 16 p.; George Hickes, A Sermon Preached before the Lord Mayor... of London (1682) 33 p.; Francis of Ely, A Sermon Preached before the King (1685) 30 p.; Richard Bynns, A Sermon Preached before the House of Commons Jan. 30, 1692 (1693) 31 p.; W. Delaune, A Sermon Preached before the House of Commons (1703) 23 p.; Thomas Gooch, A Sermon Preach'd before the Commons 1711 (1712) 22 p.; Samuel Eccles, The Royal Martyr: Or, Virtue Invincible (1754) 13 p.; John Thomas, A Sermon Preached before the ... Commons (1758) 20 p.; Andrew Burnett, A Sermon Preached at the Barbican (1696) 23p.; Jonathan Bishop of Exeter, A Sermon Preach'd before the Queen and both Houses of Parliament (1702) 43 p.; Thomas Bisse, A Sermon...Commons (1714) 23 p.; John Middleton, A Sermon Preached...London (1730) 24 p.; Peter Pinnell, Sermon... at St. Paul (1748) 23 p.; John Cornwall, A Sermon...University of Cambridge (1701) 24 p.; William Sherlock, The Nature and Measure of Charity (1697) 30 p.; Matthew Audley, Sermon...Charles Duke of Richmond (1705) 26 p.; Frederick Bishop of Litchfield, Sermon...London Hospital (1752) 23p.; John, Bishop of Oxford, Sermon...London Hospital (1762) 16 p.; Sermon London Hospital (1782) 23 p.; Isaac of Worcester, Sermon Hospital for Small Pox and Inoculation (1752) 24 p.; Samuel Squire, Sermon Hospitals for Small Pox (1760) 34 p.; James Penn, Sermon Preached at Christ-Church (1761) 15 p.; Thomas Willis, Sermon...Cathedral Church of Lincoln (1788) 20 p.; E. D'Auvergne, Sermon ... Bishop Startford Church in Hertford...School Feast (1705) 20 p.; William Savage, Sermon ... Election of the Lord Mayor (1707) 24 p.; R. Welton, Church-Ornament without Idolatry Vindicated (1714) 24 p.; Bernard Mould, The People's Love and the Pastor's Joy (1717) 28 p.; John Peters, Error in religion destructive of government (1745) 20 p.; Edmund Tew, The Queen of Sheba's Notions of Government Considered (1737) 26 p.; Ferd. Warner, Sermon...city of London (1749) 26 p.; William Meades, Sermon...city of London (1750) 17 p.; William Cokayne, Sermon...city of London (1753) 20 p.; Gilbert Bishop of Sarum, A Charge Given at the Triennial Visitation (1704) 66 p.; The Charge of Edmund Lord Bishop of Lincoln (1717 36 p.; Thomas Robinson, A Charge Delivered...Northumberland (1759) 20 p.; Joseph Plymley, A Charge...Salop and Herford (1793) 21 p.

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        Tractatus de Decimis, Tam Feudalibus quam aliis, Novalibusque, & Quibus debeantur, atque Quomodo peti, solvi ac judicati super his oporteat, & an tolli possint & poenas contra non solventes angebunden. Christoph Ludwig Dietherrn, Nutzlicher Unterricht vom Zehendrecht, sowol Geistlichen als Weltlichen Fürsten und

      Frankfurt, Johannis Davidis Zunneri, Imprimebat Paulus Humm, 1670 - 8 Bl., 228 S., 5 Bl., 56 S., 12 Bl Einband fleckig und beschabt, Vorsatz erneuert, Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 450

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        Giorgio Aiscue Cavalier Ammiraglio della Flotta Inglese Anno 1666." //

      Wien, 1670 - Radierung von ??; 24 x 16 cm; (aus Priorato "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare." Wien, 1670); PLEASE ASK FOR A BETTER PHOTO ! // Gut erhaltenes Blatt. In good state.

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        Sammelband of 42 English Sermons, bound in one volume (1670-1788)

      Various: John Norris; Robert White for Henry Mortlock; Richard Royston; Jonathan Robinson; Walker Kettilby; W. Innys; Robert Clavell; Edward Jones; S. Smith; J. Meres; W. Meadows; Richard Baldwin; W. Wilkins; J. Bonwicke; J. Brotherton; W. Rogers 1670 - Thick Sammelband of over 42 Sermons bound in one volume. Over 1130 pages (I didn't count many of the prelim & advertisement pages). Small quarto. Bound in contemporary calf with covers detached and disbound. Most of the sermons good shape, some with wear, soiling. Includes: Leonard Lichfield, A Sermon Preach'd before the University of Oxford (1685) 28 p.; Edward Stillingfleet, A Sermon Preached November V. 1673 at St. Margarets Westminst. (1674) 50 p.; Z. Cradock, A Sermon Preached before the King, February 10th 1677 (1678) 43 p.; Thomas Jekyll, Righteousness and Peace The best Means to prevent Ruin (1681) [3], 34 p.; Tho. Whincop, A Sermon Preach'd before the House of Commons at St. Margaret's… (1702) 27 p.; Gilbert Burnet, A Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Mr. James Houblon (1682) 38 p.; Richrd Wooddeson, A Sermon Preach'd . at the funeral of Joseph Clarke. (1751) 16 p.; George Hickes, A Sermon Preached before the Lord Mayor. of London (1682) 33 p.; Francis of Ely, A Sermon Preached before the King (1685) 30 p.; Richard Bynns, A Sermon Preached before the House of Commons Jan. 30, 1692 (1693) 31 p.; W. Delaune, A Sermon Preached before the House of Commons (1703) 23 p.; Thomas Gooch, A Sermon Preach'd before the Commons 1711 (1712) 22 p.; Samuel Eccles, The Royal Martyr: Or, Virtue Invincible (1754) 13 p.; John Thomas, A Sermon Preached before the . Commons (1758) 20 p.; Andrew Burnett, A Sermon Preached at the Barbican (1696) 23p.; Jonathan Bishop of Exeter, A Sermon Preach'd before the Queen and both Houses of Parliament (1702) 43 p.; Thomas Bisse, A Sermon.Commons (1714) 23 p.; John Middleton, A Sermon Preached.London (1730) 24 p.; Peter Pinnell, Sermon. at St. Paul (1748) 23 p.; John Cornwall, A Sermon.University of Cambridge (1701) 24 p.; William Sherlock, The Nature and Measure of Charity (1697) 30 p.; Matthew Audley, Sermon.Charles Duke of Richmond (1705) 26 p.; Frederick Bishop of Litchfield, Sermon.London Hospital (1752) 23p.; John, Bishop of Oxford, Sermon.London Hospital (1762) 16 p.; Sermon London Hospital (1782) 23 p.; Isaac of Worcester, Sermon Hospital for Small Pox and Inoculation (1752) 24 p.; Samuel Squire, Sermon Hospitals for Small Pox (1760) 34 p.; James Penn, Sermon Preached at Christ-Church (1761) 15 p.; Thomas Willis, Sermon.Cathedral Church of Lincoln (1788) 20 p.; E. D'Auvergne, Sermon . Bishop Startford Church in Hertford.School Feast (1705) 20 p.; William Savage, Sermon . Election of the Lord Mayor (1707) 24 p.; R. Welton, Church-Ornament without Idolatry Vindicated (1714) 24 p.; Bernard Mould, The People's Love and the Pastor's Joy (1717) 28 p.; John Peters, Error in religion destructive of government (1745) 20 p.; Edmund Tew, The Queen of Sheba's Notions of Government Considered (1737) 26 p.; Ferd. Warner, Sermon.city of London (1749) 26 p.; William Meades, Sermon.city of London (1750) 17 p.; William Cokayne, Sermon.city of London (1753) 20 p.; Gilbert Bishop of Sarum, A Charge Given at the Triennial Visitation (1704) 66 p.; The Charge of Edmund Lord Bishop of Lincoln (1717 36 p.; Thomas Robinson, A Charge Delivered.Northumberland (1759) 20 p.; Joseph Plymley, A Charge.Salop and Herford (1793) 21 p. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Africa: being an accurate description of the regions of Ægypt, Barbary, Lybia, and Billedulgerid, the land of Negroes, Guinee, Æthiopia, and the Abyssines, with all the adjacent islands, either in the Mediterranean, Atlantick, Southern, or Oriental Sea, belonging thereunto. With the several denominations of their coasts, harbors, creeks, rivers, lakes, cities, towns, castles, and villages. Their customs, modes, and manners, languages, religions, and inexhaustible treasure; with their governments and policy, variety of trade and barter, and also of their vvonderful plants, beasts, birds, and serpents. Collected and translated from most authentick authors, and augmented with later observations; illustrated with notes, and adorn'd with peculiar maps, and proper sculptures, by John Ogilby Esq; Master of His Majesties revels in the Kingdom of Ireland.

      London, Printed by Tho. Johnson, 1670. Folio. (32) + 767 + (1) pp. Title printed in red and black. Engraved frontispiece. Large folding map of Africa. 12 engraved double-paged maps. 31 double-paged engraved views. 3 engraved full-page plates. 11 engraved additional plates on 6 leaves. Numerous engraved vignettes in the text. Attractive modern full calf with six raised bands. Red leather label. Without half-title. Some spotting and browning throughout. Frontispiece, title-page and first four preliminaries with small tears in margins. A few plates with tear in lower margin (one affecting bottom of illustration). One plate with minor hole in outer margin (not affecting illustration). Complete with all maps and plates that are called for in the plate list, and 11 additional plates on 6 leaves.. .

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        Adamo Forcacz Perpetuo Conte di Gymes Supremo Conti delli Comitati Novegrad, " //"

      Wien, 1670 - Radierung von ??; 24 x 16 cm; (aus Priorato "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare." Wien, 1670); PLEASE ASK FOR A BETTER PHOTO ! // Gut erhaltenes Blatt. In good state.

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        Gualtiero Conte di Leslie " //"

      Wien, 1670 - Radierung von ??; 24 x 16 cm; (aus Priorato "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare." Wien, 1670); PLEASE ASK FOR A BETTER PHOTO ! // Gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau; rechts unten Erklärungen ('Bremen').

      - Kupferstich v. Gaspar Bouttats in Antwerpen, 1670, 32 x 41

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        F. de Crequi Duca e Pari di Francia Primo Gentilhuomo della Camera del Re, " //"

      Wien, 1670 - Radierung von ??; 24 x 16 cm; (aus Priorato "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare." Wien, 1670); PLEASE ASK FOR A BETTER PHOTO ! // Gut erhaltenes Blatt. In good state.

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        Alfonso Peres de Vivero Conte di Fuensaldagna, Gentilhuomo della Camera di sua Maesta Cattolica " //"

      Wien, 1670 - Radierung von Meyssens; 24 x 16 cm; (aus Priorato "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare." Wien, 1670); PLEASE ASK FOR A BETTER PHOTO ! // Gut erhaltenes Blatt. In good state.

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        Corpus Iuris Canonici emendatum et notis illustratum. Gregori XIII Pontif. Max. jussu eidtum. Indicibus variis, novisq. et appendice Pauli Lancellotti.

      Emanuelis Konig et filiorum, Coloniae Minutianae 1670 - Sei parti in un volume in 4° gr. (23 x 17,5). Pp. (72), col. 1272, (20); col. 754 (2 bb), (12); col. 406, (8); col. 158, (40), (4); col. 236, (14). Frontespizio in rosso e nero (timbri di estinta biblioteca conventuale svizzera e due firme di appartenenza datate 1831 e 1899); bell'esemplare sano e privo di macchie in pregevole e solida legatura del tempo tutta pelle di scrofa riccamente decorata a secco, piatti leggermente macchiati; dorso a nervi con titolo manoscritto e tassello in carta in basso. Tagli dorati. Bella e monumentale edizione in un solo volume in quarto del Corpus Iuris Canonici con le note e i commenti dell'apprezzato giurista perugino Giovanni Paolo Lancellotti (1522-1590). Seguendo il modello delle Institutiones di Giustiniano il Lancellotti pubblicò il migliore e più apprezzato testo di diritto canonico del proprio tempo e del secolo successivo come testimoniano le numerose ristampe eseguite anche fuori dall'area italiana. La presente è un'elegante impressione di Basilea con frequenti grandi capilettera, testatine e finalini.

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        Tractatus de jure et controversiis limitum, ac finibus regundis, oder Gründtlicher Bericht von den Gräntzen und Marcksteinen, wie durch dieselbe der Königreiche, Landschafften, Fürstenthume, Bißthümer,. Dörffer, Höfe und Feldgüter Gebiete. unterschieden, eingesteint und die daraus entstehende nachbarschaftliche Streitigkeiten. erörtert und beygeleget werden sollen. Hannover, N. Förster 1715. 8°. Doppelblattgr. Titel, 14 Bll., 443 S., mit 1 gefalt. Holzschn. Karte u. ca. 20 geometr. Holzschn.-Figuren im Text. Prgt. d. Zt. mit Rverg. u. Rsch.

      - Lipenius 1, 519 - Jöcher III,1036 - vgl. VD 17, 1:014819W (Ausg. 1670).- Letzte Ausgabe des erstmals bereits 1642 erschienenen Werkes über Staats- und Grundstücksgrenzen, Landvermessung, Wegerecht, etc.- Zu Beginn u.a. eine historische Einführung "vom Ursprung und Herrkommen der Gräntzen" sowie über die Entstehung von Grafschaften, Städte, Dörfer, etc., von den verschiedenen Marksteinen, wie die "Amtleute die Gräntzen und Marckungen handhaben".- Die Holzschnittfiguren gehören zum Kapitel über das Feldmessen (S.275ff.); die Karte zeigt ein kl. Stück des Neckars.- Titelei u. Index gebräunt, Titel mit kl. Randläsuren, sonst nur etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. leicht fleckig.

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        Africa : being an accurate description of the regions of Aegypt, Barbary, Lybia, and Billedulgerid, the land of Negroes, Guinee, Aethiopia and the Abyssines, with all the adjacent islands, either in the Mediterranean, Atlantick, Southern or Oriental Sea, belonging thereunto. With the several denominations of their coasts, harbors, creeks, rivers, lakes, cities, towns, castles, and villages. Their customs, modes, and manners, languages, religions, and inexhaustible treasure : with their governments and policy, variety of trade and barter, and also of their wonderful plants, beasts, birds and serpents

      London : Printed by Tho. Johnson for the author, 1670. Acceptable. Folio. Mid-19th century 3/4 green leather over marbled boards. Only 31 maps and plans. Wear to boards, some bumping. Lacking title page, frontis, folding general map of Africa, pages 1-12. 743-760, 764-767, list of plates, lacking folding tables. Soiling, foxing marginal dampstaining. Extenstive chipping and tears to margins with loss to text. Most plans and maps remounted with significant loss to engravings, loss to folds. An unsophicated copy. <br> Ogilby's work is the most authentic and comprehensive work on Africa in English published in the seventeenth century and is of particular interest for the accounts of the natives in southern Africa. Though separately issued, the work was intended as the first volume in a planned "English Atlas" series, and is sometimes found with an additional half-title with the series title (as here), or with the spine numbered as volume one. Besides the above explanation on the sources used, Ogilby's preface, dated April 28, 1670, is of note as it contains the only autobiographical details on the great historian. Refs: Lowndes III, p.1719; Wing O-163; Mendelssohn (1979) 3, p.571; Tooley, Africa , p.87.; Cox I, 361

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        The Third Part of the Institutes [Bound with] The Fourth Part of the

      1670. Early Editions of Coke's Third and Fourth Institutes in a Handsome Contemporary Binding Coke, Sir Edward [1552-1643]. The Third Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England: Concerning High Treason, And Other Pleas of the Crown, And Criminal Causes. London: Printed by John Streater, James Flesher, Henry Twyford, 1670. [x], 243, [19] pp. Copperplate portrait frontispiece. Lacking final blank leaf. [Bound with] Coke, Edward. The Fourth Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England; Concerning the Jurisdiction of Courts. With an Alphabetical Table, Not Heretofore Printed. London: Printed by John Streater, Henry Twyford, Elizabeth Flesher, 1671. [x], 364, [38] pp. Lacking copperplate portrait frontispiece, which is identical to the frontispiece in the Third Institutes. Folio (11-1/4" x 7-1/2"). Contemporary reversed calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands to spine, two small repairs at head. Light rubbing and a few minor nicks and scuffs to boards, slightly heavier rubbing to extremities, corner bumped, a few tiny worm holes and a bit of faint shelf-label residue to spine, pastedowns loose. Title pages printed within ruled borders, woodcut head and tail-pieces. Light toning to text, occasional faint staining to lower margins of each volume, a few leaves have minor tears, early struck-through signature to inner margin of the title page of the Third Institutes, with a bit of offsetting to facing margin of frontispiece, upper corner of that title page skillfully replaced with a facsimile, lower portion of final leaf of Fourth Institutes, which contains the word Finis between rules, neatly removed. A handsome volume. $1,000. * Third Institute: fourth edition; Fourth Institute: fifth edition, one of three issues from 1671. "Coke's Third Institutes gives us a Treatise of great learning, and not unworthy the hand that produced it;... Having run over all criminal matters, and their legal punishments, he concludes with the nature of pardons and restitutions; showing how far, in each of these, our Kings can process alone, and where they want the assistance and joint power of the Parliaments" (Marvin). The Fourth Part outlines the authority and jurisdictions of the Court of Star-Chamber, Kings Court, Chancery, the Court of Common Pleas, Eccl.

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        Glorioso tributo delle muse Nelle Nozze delli Signori, Marchese Ippolito Malaspina, e Donna Luigia Gonzaga

      Verona: Giovanni Battista Merlo, 1670. 4to (197 x 146 mm). 103, [1] pp. Engraved frontispiece with arms of the newlyweds within ornate cartouche, large folding etched and engraved plate showing the festival fireworks (platemark 47 x 32 cm.), by Antonio Tosi of Verona, letterpress description of the engraving on facing page printed within a woodcut of a classical pediment (the block cracked), woodcut and type-ornament head- and tailpieces, woodcut historiated initials. Frontispiece with old ink hatching in margins, short tears entering plate at gutter, a few small stains, corners thumbed. Later marbled wrappers (worn), manuscript paper spine label. Contemporary ink note (words of a song on p. 93, "O che bestia forma") and arithmetical calculations at end in same hand.*** A rare festival collection of epithalamic verses, illustrated with a splendid large fireworks plate. The poems and corresponding festivities celebrate the arrival in Verona, on 17 November 1670, of the newlywed Luigia Gonzaga, a daughter of Carlo Gonzaga, Imperial Prince of Castiglione and Solferino, to whom the collection is dedicated, and Marchese Ippolito Malaspina, from the Veronese branch of the vast Malaspina family. The main contributor to the anthology was Marc-Antonio Rimena, who wrote the dedication and whose verses include odes, sonnets and a 46-page allegorical epithalamium, "La Garra delle Muse." Other poems are by Giacomo Spolverino, Francesco Carli, Bernardo Rossi, G. B. Tirondola, and others; a few are signed with initials or not at all. Several of those named were members of the Accademia Filharmonica of Verona. All but the last four poems are in the vernacular. Many of the poets use word-play on the evocative name of the groom, and allusions to his family's coat-of-arms, which features a schematic thorn plant with blossoms, and to his lineage name, the Linea dello Spino Fiorito (the heraldic device of the other Malaspina lineage, the Linea dello Spino Secco, was a barren thorn plant). The celebrations must have been lavish, as they included a costly pyrotechnic display incorporating both families' heraldic devices. The sophisticated light show is illustrated in the folding plate and described in prose and verse in the caption and on the adjacent pages: held in front of the Malaspina palace, it featured "a very faint garden, surmounted by a tall tower, on whose summit appeared a large [double-headed] eagle with a diadem on its head, and other ingenious fire inventions, all of which burned perfectly" (p. 44). The unsigned sonnet on p. 45 adds a lyrical description of the fireworks themselves, and of the cupids (standing at the foot of the tower) who protect the lovers from the flames. In addition, the engraving shows five soldiers fighting with flaming swords at the foot of the illusory monument. OCLC holds no record of this title. The present copy is the one described by Piantanida. ICCU lists six locations in Italy. Pinto, Nuptialia 344. Piantanida, et. al., Libreria Vinciana, Autori italiani del '600, no. 2610, illustrated; ICCU 009820.

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        The Third Part of the Institutes [Bound with] The Fourth Part of the..

      1670. Early Editions of Coke's Third and Fourth Institutes in a Handsome Contemporary Binding Coke, Sir Edward [1552-1643]. The Third Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England: Concerning High Treason, And Other Pleas of the Crown, And Criminal Causes. London: Printed by John Streater, James Flesher, Henry Twyford, 1670. [x], 243, [19] pp. Copperplate portrait frontispiece. Lacking final blank leaf. [Bound with] Coke, Edward. The Fourth Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England; Concerning the Jurisdiction of Courts. With an Alphabetical Table, Not Heretofore Printed. London: Printed by John Streater, Henry Twyford, Elizabeth Flesher, 1671. [x], 364, [38] pp. Lacking copperplate portrait frontispiece, which is identical to the frontispiece in the Third Institutes. Folio (11-1/4" x 7-1/2"). Contemporary reversed calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands to spine, two small repairs at head. Light rubbing and a few minor nicks and scuffs to boards, slightly heavier rubbing to extremities, corner bumped, a few tiny worm holes and a bit of faint shelf-label residue to spine, pastedowns loose. Title pages printed within ruled borders, woodcut head and tail-pieces. Light toning to text, occasional faint staining to lower margins of each volume, a few leaves have minor tears, early struck-through signature to inner margin of the title page of the Third Institutes, with a bit of offsetting to facing margin of frontispiece, upper corner of that title page skillfully replaced with a facsimile, lower portion of final leaf of Fourth Institutes, which contains the word Finis between rules, neatly removed. A handsome volume. $1,000. * Third Institute: fourth edition; Fourth Institute: fifth edition, one of three issues from 1671. "Coke's Third Institutes gives us a Treatise of great learning, and not unworthy the hand that produced it;... Having run over all criminal matters, and their legal punishments, he concludes with the nature of pardons and restitutions; showing how far, in each of these, our Kings can process alone, and where they want the assistance and joint power of the Parliaments" (Marvin). The Fourth Part outlines the authority and jurisdictions of the Court of Star-Chamber, Kings Court, Chancery, the Court of Common Pleas, Eccl.

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        Mission de reconnaissance des frontières de la Savoie et du Dauphiné en 1670.

      - 2 pièces signées 2 In-4 17/08/1670 Les deux documents scellés par les cachets de cire rouge (en parfait état) aux armes de De Bertrand de La Pérouse (pour les deux) et de Milliet de Challes (pour l'un). légère mouillure sur un document Deux documents relatifs à la mission de délimitation des frontières de Savoie et de Dauphiné, signées par François de Bertrand de La Pérouse, premier président au sénat de Savoie et commandant général de la Savoie. L'un est également signé par Louis Milliet marquis de Challes, premier président dans la chambre des comptes de Savoie, tout deux "députés par S.A.R. pour la vérification et règlement des limites et confins de la Savoye et Dauphiné". Le premier atteste qu'Etienne Chollet "avocat au Sénat a vacqué avec nous dans les conférences tenues pour le règlement desdites limites à Champarillan [Chapareillan, Isère] avec Mrs les commissaires députés par Sa Majesté dès le premier jour du mois de juin dernier [.]". Le second document est une ordonnance de paiement pour la rétribution d'Etienne Chollet pour sa mission, ce dernier signant le document au dos. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Norlandz Chrönika och Beskriffning: Hwartuthinnan förmähles The äldste Historier om Swea och Götha Rijken, sampt Norrie, och een-deels om Danmarck, Och om theres Wilkår och Tilståand. Sammenfattad och ihopa dragen af åthskilliga trowärdiga Bööker, Skrifter och Handlingar.

      Wijsingzborg, Johann Kankel, 1670. Folio. (32 x 20 cm.). Samtidigt helpergamentsbd. Håndsyede kapitælbånd. Håndskreven rygtitel. Bindet med lidt brunpletter, men i fin stand. (12),110,523,(8) pp. Mindre smal skjold i indre margin på halvtitelbladet og titelbladet. Lidt spredte brunpletter og nogle ark med svag bruning. Godt eksemplar med brede marginer. En trykt rettelsesetiket er indklæbet i marginen på side 108. Helsides træstik af det svenske rigsvåben på blad 3. ¶ Første svenske udgave af "Heimskringla", redigeret, oversat og besørget af J. Rugman. Bogen indledes med Hugo Grotius' lange fortale, pp. 1-110. Forordet af Daniel Gyldenstolpe. Udgivelsen blev bekostet af Per Brahe og trykt på hans trykkeri på Visingsö.Fiske I, 539. - Collijn, 367. - Warmholtz, 2698.

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        Don Luigi Mendes d`Haro, Marchese del Carpio, Duca di Montoro, Conte Duca di Olivares " //"

      Wien, 1670 - Radierung von ??; 24 x 16 cm; (aus Priorato "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare." Wien, 1670); PLEASE ASK FOR A BETTER PHOTO ! // Gut erhaltenes Blatt. In good state.

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        Le palais du prince du sommeil, où est enseignée l?oniromancie autrement l?art de deviner par les songes. Relié avec : [FIARD]. Lettres sur les sorciers, où la réalité du crime de sorcellerie, c?est à dire, du commerce decertains hommes avec les démons, est démontée. Par M***. Suivies d?une pièce curieuse & convaincante du Parlement de Rouen.

      Jean Paulhe, Lyon 4228 - Lyon, Jean Paulhe, 1670 pour le premier ouvrage. Paris, s. n., 1792, pour le second. Deux ouvrages reliés en un vol. in-12 (136 x 82 mm) de [11] ff., 140 pp. ; 96 pp., [1] f. Demi-veau havane, dos lisse décoré à froid et doré, tranches jaspées (reliure du XIXe siècle). Le premier ouvrage est un traité particulièrement complet et détaillé sur l?oniromancie, orné d?un beau et curieux frontispice gravé.«Petit livre très rare et fort singulier» indique Caillet, 7595. Guaita 727 : «Rare».Le deuxième traité est une édition rarissime et inconnue des bibliographies consultées, des Lettres sur la magie du célèbre démonologue Fiard.Bel exemplaire, finement relié, de cette réunion de deux éditions fort rares.

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        The First Part of the Institutes of the Lawes of England, Or, A...

      1670. Early Edition of Coke on Littleton in a Handsome Binding Coke, Sir Edward [1552-1643]. The First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England. Or, A Commentary Upon Littleton, Not the Name of a Lawyer Only, But of the Law It Self. Carefully Corrected. London: Printed by John Streater, James Flesher, and Henry Twyford, 1670. [vi], 395, [35] ff. Folding table (of consanguinity). Final 35 ff. are A Table to the First Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England taken from the eighth edition (1670), which has its own title page with the imprint: London: Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1670. Its content is identical to the 30 ff. Table intended for this edition. Copperplate portrait frontispiece of Coke. Portrait plate of Littleton lacking. Folio (12-1/2" x 7-1/2"). Recent period-style speckled calf, blind rules and fillets to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate toning to text, light edgewear to folding table, light soiling to title page, a few brief early (and recent) annotations to endleaves, a few doodles in miniscule hand and a tiny stain to margins of frontispiece. A nice copy in a handsome binding. $750. * Seventh edition. Coke's Institutes, which eventually comprised four volumes, are thought to be the first textbooks on the modern common law. Taken together, they are a virtual legal encyclopedia of the law as it stood in Coke's lifetime. The first Institutes, better known as Coke on Littleton, contains the text of Sir Thomas Littleton's Tenures with extensive commentary. First published in 1628, it was a standard work for decades and was often used as a textbook. "If Bracton first began the codification of the common law, it was Coke who completed it.... In the Institutes (...) the tradition of the common law from Bracton to Littleton, whose name Coke's Commentary made famous, firmly established itself as the basis of the constitution of the Realm.": Printing and the Mind of Man 126. English Short-Title Catalogue R33309, R34822 (Table).

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        The History of The Late Warres in Denmark. Comprising All the Transactions, both Military and Civil; during the Differences betwixt The Two Northern Crowns, In the Years, 1657, 1658, 1659, 1660.

      1670 1670 - London: Thomas Basset 1670. With 4 folded engraved plates. 4to. [8] +146 + [2: A Catalogue of Books] pp. Well-preserved copy with wide margin and red edges bound in contemporary full leather with coloured label on spine. Spine weakly restored, hinges weak. * With a folding engraved map of Copenhagen and its surroundings including the island of Amager besides a view of the city inserted. Others are showing the castle Kronborg and the Swedish camp outside Copenhagen. "Published at the King's command, . a work which has still historical value." DNB XXXVI,38. Interessant samtidig skildring af svenskekrigen, der endte med den dramatiske belejring af København i vinteren 1658-59. Wing M439. Bibl. Dan. III,137. Lowndes 1464. Warmholtz 4864. Pohler I,479. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Practica nova imperialis Saxonicae rerum criminalium in partes III divisa

      sumptibus haeredum D. Tobiae Mevii. Tre parti in un volume di cm. 33,5, pp. (12) 343 (1); (12) 435 (1); (12) 406 (102). Con ritratto dell'A. e bellissima antiporta (che riporta la data 1652 come tutte le edizioni stampate a Wittenberg tra il 1652 e il 1670) incisi finemente in rame f.t.; frontespizio in rosso e nero. Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena con traccia titoli ms. al dorso e piccole unghie; tagli rossi. Trascurabili bruniture. Esemplare fresco e ben conservato. Benedikt Carpzov (1595-1666), fu giurista pratico di enorme fama; ricoprì numerose cariche pubbliche ed insegnò a Lipsia. Quest'opera gli garantì una straordinaria circolazione dottrinale in tutta Europa e pone luce sulla giurisdizione di diritto comune e criminale sassone. Così commenta Wieacker (in Storia del diritto privato moderno, Milano, 1980, p. 327): " La reale importanza di Carpzov sta nel suo essere stato il rappresentante più tipico dello stile scientifico della sua epoca: con la sua infaticabile diligenza di ricercatore, la sua straordinaria esperienza di operatore pratico e la puntuale lucidità dei suoi giudizi; egli fu un maestro nell'offrire delle sintesi conclusive di tutto un travaglio di elaborazione scientifica, un maestro come sempre sogliono esserci quando si chiude un'epoca particolarmente significativa (si pensi, in momenti tra loro diversissimi, ad Ulpiano ad Accursio al WIndscheid). Alla storia spirituale del suo tempo il Carpzov appartiene, non tanto come rielaboratore della prassi giudiziaria e come sistematico o come storico, ma proprio per il modo caratteristico della sua operosità di giurista". Raro e ricercato. Cfr. Kvk; Sapori riporta un'edizione successiva; non in Iccu..

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        Gio. Ferdinando del SRI Principe di Portia " //"

      Wien, 1670 - Radierung von Meyssens nach Bloem; 24 x 16 cm; (aus Priorato "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare." Wien, 1670); PLEASE ASK FOR A BETTER PHOTO ! // Stockfleck auf der Stirne. Sonst gut erhaltenes Blatt.

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        Il Cardinalismo di Santa Chiesa; Or The History Of The Cardinals Of The Roman Church, From the time of their first Creation, to the Election of the Present Pope Clement the Ninth, With a full Account of his Conclave. In Three Parts.

      London Printed for John Starkey 1670 - Small folio; [8],330p. Frontispiece laid down, without the final advert leaf. EXTRA ILLUSTRATED with 97 extra leaves comprising engraved portraits of cardinals, all of which appear to be late 17thc engravings. In a remarkable contemporary English binding in the Italianate style, of full red goatskin, corners and edges sl worn or rubbed, the boards with elaborate thick gilt border comprising oblong panels within which are intricate borders of rolled and tooled ornaments, large square corner pieces with small floral ornaments, the central panel with a single lozenge ornament and scrolled cornerpieces. The spine has gilt raised bands, red lettering piece (slightly chipped), the compartments with gilt scrolled acanthus and other tooled ornaments. Red silk doublure endpapers, rich gilt inner dentelles. The joints are cracked and strengthened internally. Some scattered spots internally. This remarkable volume has seen some considerable use over its lifetime, but is overall a Good copy, in a remarkable binding, and generously extra-illustrated. *** From the library of James Northcote R.A., pupil and biographer of Joshua Reynolds. Presumably the extra illustrations were provided by Northcote, and the fep contains a presentation inscription from "James Northcote to William Hillman 1836". James Northcote's legacy to William Hillman, according to his will, included "fifty volumes of books, such as he may please to select out of his library, after the death of his sister". Other beneficiaries of Northcote's will included Hawker, Godwin, and Hazlitt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lingua pharmacopoeorum, sive de accurate vocabulorum in pharmacopoliis usitatorum pronunciatione.

      Kopenhagen Godichenius für Haubold 1670 - (20 x 16 cm). 49 nn. Bll. Moderner Halbpergamentband im Stil der Zeit. Einzige Ausgabe eines seiner Hauptwerke. "A very interesting work on the origin and pronunciation of words used in pharmacopoeias. Although of considerable interest to the chemical historian, this work does not figure in any of the standard bibliographies on the subject" (Duveen). Schelenz bezeichnet es "für die Pharmazie speziell wichtig. Von großer Belesenheit des Verfassers zeugen die Quellenangaben, die über die Ableitung der verschiedenen Wörter, die Quantität ihrer Silben und Aussprache unterrichten sollen". - Borrichius (1626-1690), Professor für Botanik und Chemie in Kopenhagen, wurde auch als polemischer Verteidiger der Alchemie berühmt. - Papierbedingt gering gebräunt und vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig, sonst schönes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - DSB 2, 317; Duveen 89; Krivatsy 1557; Wellcome II, 206; Schelenz 484. - Sehr selten

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        Bernardin de Gigaut Marchese di Bellefons Maresciallo de Francia, Primo Mastro d'Hotel del Re." //

      Wien, 1670 - Radierung von ??; 24 x 16 cm; (aus Priorato "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare." Wien, 1670); PLEASE ASK FOR A BETTER PHOTO ! // Gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        Henrico Giulio di Borbon Duca di Anguen Gran Mastro di Francia Cavalier dell Ordine del Re." //

      Wien, 1670 - Radierung von ??; 24 x 16 cm; (aus Priorato "Historia di Leopoldo Cesare." Wien, 1670); PLEASE ASK FOR A BETTER PHOTO ! // Gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        Africa : being an accurate description of the regions of Aegypt, Barbary, Lybia, and Billedulgerid, the land of Negroes, Guinee, Aethiopia and the Abyssines, with all the adjacent islands, either in the Mediterranean, Atlantick, Southern or Oriental Sea, belonging thereunto. With the several denominations of their coasts, harbors, creeks, rivers, lakes, cities, towns, castles, and villages. Their customs, modes, and manners, languages, religions, and inexhaustible treasure : with their governments and policy, variety of trade and barter, and also of their wonderful plants, beasts, birds and serpents

      London : Printed by Tho. Johnson for the author 1670 - Folio. Mid-19th century 3/4 green leather over marbled boards. Only 31 maps and plans. Wear to boards, some bumping. Lacking title page, frontis, folding general map of Africa, pages 1-12. 743-760, 764-767, list of plates, lacking folding tables. Soiling, foxing marginal dampstaining. Extenstive chipping and tears to margins with loss to text. Most plans and maps remounted with significant loss to engravings, loss to folds. An unsophicated copy. Ogilby's work is the most authentic and comprehensive work on Africa in English published in the seventeenth century and is of particular interest for the accounts of the natives in southern Africa. Though separately issued, the work was intended as the first volume in a planned "English Atlas" series, and is sometimes found with an additional half-title with the series title (as here), or with the spine numbered as volume one. Besides the above explanation on the sources used, Ogilby's preface, dated April 28, 1670, is of note as it contains the only autobiographical details on the great historian. Refs: Lowndes III, p.1719; Wing O-163; Mendelssohn (1979) 3, p.571; Tooley, Africa , p.87.; Cox I, 361

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        Observationum libri tres. In quibus multi auctorum loci, qua explicantur, qua emendantur, varii ritus eruuntur, & nummi elegantissimi illustrantur. [BOUND WITH:] Dissertationes binae, quarum prior agit de colore et tinctura comarum, posterior de civitate romana apostoli Pauli. [TWO WORKS].

      Utrecht, Petrum Elzevier, 1670; Trajecti ad Rhenum (Utrecht) Guilielmum Kroon, 1725.. Two works bound in one volume. Small octavo. Pp. (xxviii), 355, (5) including Addenda & Corrigenda. Plus beautifully engraved allegorical second title-page; (x), 128, 131-234, (2) publisher's catalogue. Plus 3 handsome copper-engraved plates of coins, obverse and reverse. Woodcut device to title-page and woodcut head-and tail-pieces. Hardcover, bound in contemporary overlapping vellum, gilt faded manuscript title in contemporary hand to spine, unobtrusive remnants of old blank ticket at foot, vellum darkened in places, small wormhole on spine and some traces inside cover; minute contemporary inscription inside cover and at foot of verso of first free endpaper, two old stamps to title-page, smudged lower corner of two leaves in the second work. In a very good condition. Fine interior, very well preserved. ~ First edition. Gisbert Cuper (Gijsbert Kuiper; Gisbertus Cuperus) (1644-1716) was antiquary, philologist and Dutch politician. He was an avid collector; in 1710, he estimated that he had collected 100 volumes of letters, describing this as "a little treasure of paper and literature". See also the excellent biographical essay: "Digging for Antiquities with Diplomats: Gisbert Cuper (1644-1716) and his Social Capital" (Bianca Chen, Republics of Letters, May 2009). ~ [BOUND WITH:] Johannes Arntzenius: Dissertationes binae, quarum prior agit de colore et tinctura comarum, posterior de civitate romana apostoli Pauli. (Utrecht, Guilielmum Kroon, 1725). The work is divided into two parts, one to each dissertation, each with its own title-page. The pagination is consecutive. Fascinating very early dissertation on hair treatment, styling, dyeing and bleaching, accompanied by one on the Apostle Paul's City of Rome. Extremely rare.

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        Histoire de l'Etat Present de l'Empire Ottoman: contenant les maximes politiques des Turcs; les principaux points de la religion Mahometane, ses sectes, ses heresies, & ses diverses sortes de religieux, leurs discipline militaire, avec une supputation exacte de leurs forces par mer & par terre, & du revenue de l'Etat.

      Paris Chez Sebastien Mabre-Cramoisy 1670 - Second edition of this translation. 12mo, [xvi], 661, [3] pp., engraved title, 18 engraved folding plates of Turkish characters, engraved illustrations in text, contemporary sprinkled calf, spine gilt in compartments, slightly rubbed, an excellent example. The first French edition was printed in quarto in Paris in 1670. This is one of the 12mo editions which was brought out simultaneously in Paris and Amsterdam in the same year. Rycaut had spent eleven years as Consul in Smyrna and it was following this that he extended Knolles' work on Turkey. Not in Colas although all the plates depict Turkish costume. Blackmer 1464. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtans., 2 Ansichten auf 1 Blatt (vor und nach der Belagerung), "Munster avanti l assedio" und "Munster assediute ad. 20 di Agosto 1659 Aggiustato adi 23 Ottobre e Sussequente".

      - Kupferstich aus Gualdo Priorato - Historia di Leopoldo Caesare, Wien, 1670 - 1674, 25 x 65,5 Gemeint ist die Belagerung 1657. Kopie nach dem Stich v. Merian aus dem "Theatrum Europaeum". Wie dort unter der Ansicht Erklärungen v. A - X und 1 - 29. - Mit alten Querfalten. - Rechts und links knapprandig.

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        Bavariae circulus atecu electuratus

      Artist: Visscher Nicolas ca ; issued in: Amsterdam; date: ca1670 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 57 x 46; - description: Map shows total Bavaria; - vita of the artist: Nicolaes Visscher I (1618 -1679) Amsterdam was a Dutch engraver, cartographer and publisher. He was the son of Claes Janszoon Visscher. His son, Nicolaes Visscher II, also worked with him and continued the family tradition of mapmaking. He died in Amsterdam in 1709 and later after his death, many plates has been used from Petrus Schenk II (1693_1775) to issue other copies.

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        TA., Schloß Rastede, "Das oldenburgische Lusthaus Rastett".

      - Kupferstich ( anonym ) aus Winkelmann Chronik von Oldenburg ?, um 1670, 18 x 27,2 Seltene Ansicht. - Unter der Ansicht Erklärungen von 1- 6.

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        Belgii XVII Provinciarum Tabula Per F. De Wit.

      [c1670]., Amsterdam, - The first state of a state no more Hand-coloured engraved wall map on nine sheets, joined and mounted on linen, border to left and right of coats of arms of the Seventeen Provinces. A rare survival from the Dutch Golden Age: the true first state of Frederick de Wit's important nine-sheet wall map of the Seventeen Provinces, showing an anachronistic view of Europe. This map is a piece of cartographical nostalgia. The title of de Wit's work references the "XVII Provinciarum", the Seventeen Provinces of the Low Countries. By the time this map was published, however, the Seventeen Provinces had long ceased to exist. In 1648 the Republic of the United Provinces and Habsburg Spain signed the Treaty of Münster, which recognised the Republic's independence. The Seventeen Provinces would never be a coherent territory again, but continued to be represented on maps as a single entity well into the eighteenth century (Koeman and van Egmond). For de Wit, printing in independent Amsterdam, this may have reflected a lingering hope that the provinces would be reunited once again in a republic; for those publishers in the Spanish Netherlands, it was politically inexpedient to promote the Spanish loss of territory. The cartography of the map is particularly meticulous: for Schilder it provides "for the first time a modern and detailed picture of the area of the Seventeen Provinces". It shows the road system, and even the peateries, particularly important in a period when peat was a major fuel source. The side margins are decorated with putti holding shields showing the coats-of-arms of the Seventeen Provinces, interwoven with a garland. To the upper left of the map there is a vignette of a stone plinth flanked by Teuton and Roman figures, with the legend and list of settlements in each province on it. The plinth is surmounted by a bust of Willem Hendrik, later William III of Orange, with a dedication from de Wit. The text suggests that it was dedicated before Willem Hendrik became Stadtholder in 1672, providing an approximate date (Schilder). At the lower right corner, the scale bar is contained within a plinth surrounded by surveyors. Previously, only one state of this map has been identified, of which two copies are known: one uncoloured in nine loose sheets in Leiden University Library which lacks the decorative border and text sheets; and a mounted copy at Le Service Historique de la Marine, Vincennes. Comparison of the present map with the Leiden copy, however, shows two differences. The Leiden copy has a small scale bar and an engraved compass rose at the middle of the lower edge, absent in this copy, and it contains more detail in the marshes of southern Brabant. These indicate that the present example is, in fact, an earlier state, and so the true first state of the map. H.A.M. van der Heijden, Old Maps of the Netherlands, (Alphen aan den Rijn: Canaletto, 1998), pp.478-484; Cornelis Koeman and Marco van Egmond, 'Surveying and Official Mapping in the Low Countries, 1500-ca.1670' in David Woodward (ed.), The History of Cartography, vol.3 part 2, Cartography in the European Renaissance (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007), pp.1246-1295; Schilder, Monumenta Cartographica Neerlandica I, II.12.

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        Bestürmung und Einnehmung der Neu erbauwten Dänischen- Schantz und Vöstung Friderichsödde, von der Grosskönigl. Grossschwedischen Haupt Armee.

      Artist: Dahlberg E ca ; date: ca1670 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Tear on the right side perfectly restored; - size (in cm): 30 x 38; - description: Map shows Fredericia and the island Fyn

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        Kunst-Bücher oder heutigs Tags befindliche Schrifften. Aus dem Griechischen in das Hoch-Teutsche übersetzt, und mit nohtwendigen Anmerkungen durch und durch erläutert von Johann Christoph Sturm. - Und: Derselbe. Sand-Rechnung, oder tiefsinnige Erfindung einer, mit verwunderlicher Leichtigkeit aussprechlichen Zahl. Aus dem Griechischen. übersetzet, und. erläutert von Joh. Chr. Sturm. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Nürnberg Gerhard für Fürst und 1667 1670 - (32,5 x 20,5 cm). (22) 427 S.; (8) 32 S. Mit Kupfertitel zu Teil 1, gestochen von P. Troschel, und gestochener Titelvignette zu Teil 2 sowie zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. Pergamentband der Zeit. Erste deutsche Gesamtausgabe der Werke des Archimedes, erstmals vollständig 1544 in Basel mit griechischem bzw. lateinischem Text erschienen. Die vorliegende Ausgabe wurde übertragen und mit sehr umfangreichen Erläuterungen des Altdorfer Mathematikers J. C. Sturm versehen. - Die "Kunst-Bücher" enthalten: "Von der Kugel und Rund-Säule", "Von der Kreiß- und Scheiben-Messung", "Von derer Ebenen Flächen Gleichwichtigkeit und Schwäre-Puncten", "Parabel-Vierung", "Von denen Kegel- und Kugel-ähnlichen Figuren" und "Von denen Schnekken-Lineen und Schnekken-Flächen". "Im 'Arenarius' oder 'Sandrechner' erfand er ein System der Abzählung, mit dem er jede noch so große Zahl ausdrücken konnte, z.B. die Anzahl der Sandkörner, die in eine Kugel von der Größe des Weltalls passen. Archimedes wird - zusammen mit Newton und Gauß - allgemein als einer der bedeutendsten Mathematiker betrachtet, den die Welt je gesehen hat." (PMM). - Kopfschnitt mit kleinen Tintenspritzern, dadurch Frontispiz und wenige Textblätter mit kleinem Tintenfleck im Kopfsteg, Vorsatz und erstes weißes Blatt mit etwas größerem Fleck. Titel und Widmungsblatt des Hauptbandes gereinigt. SS. 419/20 mit restauriertem weißen Rand. Einband leicht fleckig und gewölbt. Insgesamt, trotz der Mängel, gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - VD17 39:124568L; Ornamentstichkatalog 4686; Cantor III, 11 (ausführlich); vgl. PMM 72 (Ausgabe 1544)

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        Silva Ducis Avcta & Renata of Een Nieuwe ende gantfch Vermeerderde Befchrijvinge van de Stadt van s'-Hertogen-Bossche. vervattende Des Felfs begin en voortganck, foo van Geeftelijke als wereldtlijcke Geftichten, oprichten van't Capittel, ende Collegien, maniere van Regeeringhe, ende hare Privilegien ende Vryheden, bevorderinghe van haer Bifdom ende Biffchoppen, ende meer andere dingen. Door Jacob van Oudenhoven. 1670

      s'Hertogen-Bossche: Ian Scheffers, 1670. Conditie: 8 Latere schutbladen titelblad verstevigd, professioneel gerestaureerd.. Binding: Contemporary Full Vellum Octavo 8vo

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