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    • BRUEIL-EN-VEXIN, ED. DU VEXIN FRANçAIS, 1973
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With several plates and vignettes. XXVI pp., 1248 cols. Large 8vo. Orig. printed wrappers (spine somewhat discolored). Brueil-en-Vexin, Ed. du Vexin Français, 1973. One of 800 copies of this reprint of the 1912 Roquette edition, originally published in 1870 as "Guide de l'amateur de livres a vignettes", still an indispensable reference work on French 18th century illustrated books. - Fine. ILLUSTRATED BOOKS (BEFORE 1900) continua a leggere
    • BASEL, EMANUEL THURNEYSEN, 1748-1763 (-1764)
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 7 engr., fold. maps (of which 6 are colored or in outline coloring), 54 mostly fold. town views and 52 of 59 (of which 49 are fold., and 1 colored. map of Augst) plates showing antiquities, petrefacts, a salmon, and a Roman inscription, all of them engraved by Chovin, Dublon and Holzhalb after drawings by Emanuel Büchel, as well as many woodcut illustrations in the text. Together 3077, (15) pp. 8vo. Contemp. half calf with each 2 spine labels, gilt (stamps on half-titles). Basel, Emanuel Thurneysen, 1748-1763 (-1764). (Added:) Lutz, Markus. Neue Merkwürdigkeiten der Landschaft Basel, o... continua a leggere
    • LONDON, PRINTED FOR HARDING AND LEPARD; AND FOR G. B. WHITTAKER, 1827
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 1 facsimile plate. XIII, 562 pp.; 579 pp., (1) p. corrigenda. 8vo. Somewhat later smooth calf, spines with 2 labels, gilt double fillets around sides, gilt outer edges and inner dentelles, e.g. London, printed for Harding and Lepard; and for G. B. Whittaker, 1827. Nice set of Dibdin's (1776-1847) first published work of importance, which, when published in 1802, brought him to the attention of Lord Spencer, his lifelong patron. The present, definitive edition is entirely rewritten, and contains for the first time an account of the best editions of the Hebrew Bibles and of the Greek and... continua a leggere
    • ZURICH, F. AMBERGER FOR THE EDITOR, 1904-13
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With c. 200 plates and text illus., some in color. 2 vols. text (4to), and 1 folder (oblong folio). Orig. cloth, gilt (somewhat bumped). Zurich, F. Amberger for the editor, 1904-13. One of 300 numbered copies of this lavishly produced genealogical work. Special attention is given to the artist Jost Amman and the periods of the Reformation, Absolutism, and Enlightenment. The folder contains, a.o., a facsimile of the map of Zurich by Jost Murer of 1576. - Lonchamp 85; Barth 10710. GENEALOGY - HERALDRY ; HELVETICA: ZÜRICH-ZUG continua a leggere
    • FRANKFURT AM MAIN, JOHANN SAUR FOR THE HEIRS OF PETER FISCHER, 1604
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Title printed in red and black, woodcut title-illustration showing a cook in his kitchen, half-page woodcut coat of arms of Queen Anne of Denmark on second leaf, decorative woodcut head- and tail-pieces, woodcut initials, large printer's device on final page, and 148 woodcuts including scenes of banquets and feasts, with participants in both western and oriental dress, domestic and game animals, fish and seafood, kegs of wine and beer, platters, etc., by Jost Amman, Hans Weiditz, and others. (6), 41 ff.,1 blank; 200, (1) ff. Folio (290 x 190 mm). Contemp. vellum with 2 ties (worn). Exlibris... continua a leggere
    • MADRID, IMPRENTE REAL, 1805
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With engr. frontispiece and 18 partly fold. engr. plates. X, 268 pp. Sm. 4to (200 x 140 mm). Contemporary Spanish calf. Ex Bibliotheca J. H. Anderhub 1937. Madrid, Imprente Real, 1805. First edition. This treatise on the true principales of horsemanship is written as a dialog by Laiglesia. The work describes the art of horseriding from its historic past to all other aspects of horse ownership, i.e. the various uses, health issues, value, etc. The text is enriched with numerous engraved illustrations and leaflets.- A nice copy. - Palau 130182. continua a leggere
    • BASEL, JOHANNES HERWANGEN AND (J.) OPORIUS, MARCH 1560
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With several figured woodcut initials. 12 unn., 590 numb., 16 unn. pp. index. Folio. 18th century marbled boards (sm. monastery library stamp on title). Basel, (Johannes Herwangen and (J.) Oporius, March 1560). Second Herwangen edition of bishop Epiphanius' treatise on heresy, together with other smaller works by him. Epiphanius (c. 310 to 402) of Constantia (or Salamis) on Cyprus, founder of the monastery of Eleutheropolis, was one of the great early fighters against heresy. His history of heresies, called "Panarion", a medical bag bearing an antidote to false doctrine, was written between... continua a leggere
    • VENICE, FRANCISCUS FRANCISCI THE ELDER, 1582
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Large woodcut printer's device on title, vignettes, historiated initials, numerous tables, large text illustrations and diagrams, some with contemp. ms. annotations. (4), 268, (12) pp., (2) errata leaves at the end (pp. 5-8 omitted from pagination). 4to (210 x 160 mm). Original stiff vellum,. Venice, Franciscus Francisci the elder, 1582. Important treatise of this comprehensive work on sundials by the Italian astronomer and mathematical practitioner of Verona who designed and built his own instruments for sale. Giovanni Padovani (b. 1512) manual is expanded from the first edition of 1570. H... continua a leggere
    • BERLIN, BRUNO CASSIRER, 1907
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 319 pp. 8vo. Orig. boards with orig. color lithography on front cover, and book design by Karl Walser (cover slightly split and discolored). Berlin, Bruno Cassirer, 1907. First edition. A second, undated edition appeared in the same year. It was the poet (1878-1956) who suggested to the publisher to use his brother Karl's (1877-1942) illustrations. His siblings and Robert Walser himself served as models for the characters of the partially autobiographical "The Tanners", one of the most important pieces of early 20th century German literature. Both Hermann Hesse and Kurt Tucholsky found, at ... continua a leggere
    • ZURICH, JOHANN RUDOLFF WOLFF, 1622 (FOR ORELL FüSSLI, 1820)
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 40 numb., nearly full-page emblematic engravings by Christoph Murer. 6 lines rhymed text below the engravings. 6 unn. pp., 40 leaves. 4to (228 x 170 mm). Contemp. marbled boards. Zurich, Johann Rudolff Wolff, 1622 (for Orell Füssli, 1820), Christoph Murer (1558-1614) was one of the most important figures among the artists in Zurich. These engravings are well- done compared to the sometimes low or mediocre standards of emblem books. This important series of pictures proves the full fillment of Murer's development, that was influenced by Dutch art. This series of XL Emblemata was first p... continua a leggere
    • WITTENBERG, (NICKEL SCHIRLENTZ), 1535
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With full-page woodcut of the pope's donkey. 10 unn . leaves. 4to. Stiched. Wittenberg, (Nickel Schirlentz), 1535. First edition in this version of one of the most violent and satirical pamphlets by Ph. Melanchthon (1497-1560) together with M. Luther's "Amen" attacking in particular the pope. Inspired was this antipapal polemic by Luther's in 1523 published "Bapstesels zu Rom und Munchskalbs zu Freyberg in Meyssen" (Benzing 1548) about a miscarriage in Freiberg, which was on everyone's lips through a broadside showing a monstrous figure. At that time when deformed animals were regarded as d... continua a leggere
    • BERLIN, ERNST WASMUTH, 1928
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 152 plates, some in red and black. 33 pp. Elephant folio. Orig. cloth (somewhat foxed). Berlin, Ernst Wasmuth, (1928). No. 36 of 125 copies of the German edition; the English edition consists of 398 copies. Text printed by Jakob Hegner, Hellerau. - Some light foxing in margins. BIBLIOGRAPHY continua a leggere
    • STRASBOURG, IN KNOBLOCHS DRUCKEREY (DURCH WENDEL RIHEL UND GEORGEN MESSERSCHMIDT), 1544
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Title with woodcut, 30 woodcuts, of which 4 are repeated once and 2 twice, and of which 6 are full-page or almost so, woodcut initials. (6), 128, (3) leaves. Small folio. Antique styled full brown calf over wooden boards, blind-stamped borders on sides, spine on 5 raised bands. In slipcase. Strasbourg, in Knoblochs Druckerey (durch Wendel Rihel und Georgen Messerschmidt), 1544. This woodcut book is one of the main works in German legal history and important both textually and iconographically. It was written by Ulrich Tengler (1441-1511), and edited by Sebastian Brant (1457-1521). The illus... continua a leggere
    • ZüRICH, H. U. DENZLER, 1747-65 AND (SUPPLEMENT:) ZüRICH AND ZUG, 1786-97
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Titles mostly printed in red and black. With woodcut floral head-pieces and title-vignettes. Together 26 vols. 4to. Contemp. boards with title on spines (supplement vols. modern boards and larger in size). With engr. exlibris G. Wüthrich, fly-leaves stamped. Zürich, H. U. Denzler, 1747-65 and (supplement:) Zürich and Zug, 1786-97. First edition of this famous encyclopedia, published by the scholar and co-founder of the Banque Leu, Johann Jacob Leu (1689-1768), here found together with the rare 6 supplement volumes. The work is a monumental alphabetical reference work of Swiss history, and o... continua a leggere
    • PARIS AND AMSTERDAM, (DIDOT LE JEUNE FOR) J. E. GABRIEL DUFOUR, SUCCESSEUR DE DEFER DE MAISONNEUVE), N. D., (1799)
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 6 full-page engravings by Patas (3), Dambrun, Miger, and Pauquet, after Monsiau. 4 leaves, 209 pp.; 2 leaves, 227 pp. Large 4to (c. 330 x 260 mm). Contemp. red morocco, spines gilt, triple gilt fillet around sides, gilt inner dentelles, all edges gilt. Paris and Amsterdam, (Didot le jeune for) J. E. Gabriel Dufour, successeur de Defer de Maisonneuve), n. d., (1799). Large paper copy on papier vélin of this work by the celebrated author of "Tristram Shandy". Sterne's (1713-1768) classic "Sentimental Journey" is present here in a bilingual English and French edition, introduced by a "Not... continua a leggere
    • HEIDELBERG AND FRANKFURT AM MAIN (VOL. I), MOHR AND ZIMMER, 1806 (RECTE 1805)-1808
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 3 engr. titles, and 1 engr. frontispiece by L. E. Grimm, a.o. (without the printed main title-page to the first vol., as usual missing). 470 (i.e. 480 pp., 260-69 numbered twice); half-title, 448 pp.; half-title, title, 253 pp.; 103 pp. 8vo. Contemporay half calf with spine labels (slightly rubbed). Heidelberg and Frankfurt am Main (vol. I), Mohr and Zimmer, 1806 (recte 1805)-1808. First edition of a great treasure of German literature found together with the often missing addenda "Kinderlieder". This famous anthology of popular songs and poems is one of the main works of the German Ro... continua a leggere
    • ROME, IN COLLEGIO EIUSDEM SOCIETATIS, 1583
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Fine engraved architectural title with Jesuit device, woodcut initials. 309, (2), (70) pp. 8vo (168 x 113 mm). Early 18th-century brown morocco, spine gilt with gilt lettering, triple gilt fillet around sides, gilt outer and inner dentelles, e.g. (exlibris SJ and small stamp on first flyleaf). Rome, In Collegio eiusdem Societatis, 1583. Bernard Quaritch writes on this edition in his The Society of Jesus 1548-1773, no. 95 (1996):" From the place in Sommervogel's chronological listing we deduce that this edition is the first printing of the authoritative final recension of the Latin text". Th... continua a leggere
    • BASEL, HELBING & LICHTENHAHN, 1926-45
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    • Note Bibliografiche: XV, 302 pp.; XVI, 338 pp.; XVI, 428 pp. Large-8vo. Contemp. half cloth. Basel, Helbing & Lichtenhahn, 1926-45. Schriften der Schweizer. Ges. für Volkskunde", vols. XVIII, XX und XXVIII.- First edition of this most comprehensive and scientifically reliable Saga edition. Josef Müller (1870-1929) from Altdorf collected about 1600 saga in the years 1903-1923.- Nice copy. LITERATURE: GERMAN ; HELVETICA: SCHWYZ-URI ; LIT continua a leggere
    • ST. PETERSBURG, N.PR., 1898
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Gold-enhanced chomolithographic Art Nouveau title in red with ms. presentation, 2 chromolithogr. plates, 3 wood-engraved plates and 1 engraved plate by W. W. Matthé. 272 pp., 1 leaf, VI ff. (plates). Large 4to (310 x 220 mm). Orig. white cloth, richtly decorated and lettered richly in gold and black, colored printed endpapers, all edges decorated in gold and red, with dark red book jacket. In orig. dark red box. St. Petersburg, n.pr., 1898. First German edition limited to 100 copies. This is copy no. 51 with a handwritten presentation to "Herrn Medicinalrath Dr. Grödel". Isidor Maximilian (... continua a leggere
    • MAINZ, JOHANN ALBIN, 1601
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 unn. leaves, 200 pp., 1 unn. leaf. Sm. 8vo. Contemporary half calf, paper title-label on back. Contemp. ms. exlibris of a monastery library on title-page. Mainz, Johann Albin, 1601. First Mainz edition, a word-for-word reprint of the Rome edition of 1600. An Italian translation appeared one year later. This present collection of reports is from the Jesuit missions in Goa and the Indies, Pegu (Burma), and Malacca brought together by Father Nicolau Pimenta (1546-1614). He was a Portuguese Jesuit and visitor to the East Indies. Translator was the Dutch theologian Johannes Busaeus (1574-1611)... continua a leggere
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