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    • (NEUCHâTEL), IDES & CALENDES, (1992)
    • Libreria: Schumann (Svizzera)
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 2 columns. Together 1856 pp. 4to. Orig. cloth, dust-jackets. (Neuchâtel), Ides & Calendes, (1992). First edition of an important reference work on modern illustrated books. Catalogued are 11644 titles. MODERN ILLUSTRATED BOOKS (1900-1999) continua a leggere
    • STUTTGART, HALLBERGER'SCHE VERLAGSHANDLUNG, 1836-37
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 8vo. Contemporary half calf, spine gilt. Stuttgart, Hallberger'sche Verlagshandlung, 1836-37. "Sämmtlich Werke, vols. 12-14". Karl Julius Weber (1767-1832), was an important German writer. Among his significant works is this present history of chivalry. After 1118 Templars and Hospitaller arose. The latter became the hospital brotherhood in Jerusalem, and defender against the Turks. The Teutonic Order was the true cradle of Prussia.- A nice copy. - Goedeke IX, 186,6; Hellwald, p. 36. LITERATURE: GERMAN ; JOHANNITER/MALTESER/TEMPLER ; LIT continua a leggere
    • MUNICH AND LEIPZIG, GEORG HIRTH, 1884
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    • Note Bibliografiche: XVI, 297 pp.; VIII, 263 pp. of illustrations. Large folio. Contemp. half vellum, gilt lettering on spine (inner hinges reinforced). Munich and Leipzig, Georg Hirth, 1884. First edition of this monumental compendium on the illustration of incunables and early 16th-century books produced in Germany, arranged according to printing places where individual styles were developed. Artists such as Hans Burgkmair, Hans Schäufelein or Urs Graf are treated in separate chapters. Part two offers reproductions of the illustrations. - Somewhat browned as usual. BIBLIOGRAPHY continua a leggere
    • LEIPZIG, FRIEDRICH GROSCHUFF, 1714
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 4 engraved plates. (2) ff., 68 pp., (2) ff. Sm.-4to. Contemporary calf, spine gilt. Leipzig, Friedrich Groschuff, 1714. First edition of a landmark of science. This is one of the first scientific treatise on corals based on the original observations of the celebrated naturalist David-Sigismund Büttner (1660-1719). His work examines every aspect of the corals, and deals with brief descriptions and figures of several fossil corals from, a.o. Sachsen-Anhalt (Germany), which are obviously coralla of Favosites, Halysites and some solitary and colonial Rugosa, for example mentioned as Lithos... continua a leggere
    • LEIPZIG, LEOPOLD MICHELSEN, 1830
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    • Note Bibliografiche: XVIII, 360 pp.; 340 pp. 12mo. Contemp. half morocco, spines richly gilt (edges slightly rubbed). Leipzig, Leopold Michelsen, 1830. First German edition of Leroy's "La médecine curative" published repeatedly under various titles. Part II bears the sub-title "Die heilende Medizin durch Thatsachen geprüft und gerechtfertigt" and offers letters to the author. The unnamed translator explains in his preface, that the original work consists of five parts, of which he had translated the integral first part, but only excerpts of parts 2-5. - Somewhat browned. - Cf. Wellcome III, p. 497 (various Fren... continua a leggere
    • BASEL, BIRKHäUSER, 1927-86
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Richly illustrated. 4to. Orig.-cloth. Basel, Birkhäuser, 1927-86. Extensive series of this monumental work on art from the whole of Switzerland. These superb illustrated volumes document and show the country's art treasures of historical buildings and accessories in their cultural and historical framework from c. 800 to about 1920.- A detailed list is available upon request. ART & ARCHITECTURE & ARCHAEOLOGY ; HELVETICA: ALLGEMEIN ; GESAMTAUSGABEN continua a leggere
    • LUCERNE, XAVER MEYER, 1812-13
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 1 folding table. XX, X, 234 pp.; XXVI, 327 pp., 2 pp. errata. 8vo. Contemp. boards. Lucerne, Xaver Meyer, 1812-13. The life and times of Konrad Scheuber, the grandson of the Swiss Saint Niklaus von Flüe (1417-1487). The addenda offers a treatise about the beginnings of printing in Switzerland. - Ms. name of the author on title. - Barth 15795. HISTORY (KULTURGESCHICHTE) ; SCHWEIZ continua a leggere
    • ZURICH, CHR. FROSCHAUER, 1543
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With large coat of arms in woodcut of the Imperial City Zurich on general title- page and 2 other Froschauer printer's device in woodcut of a tree and frogs on separate title- page to the Apocrypha and to the New Testament, several foliated or historiated initials at the beginning of each book. Roman type. 2 cols. 18 unn., 388, 98, 114 num., 19 unn. leaves. Royal-folio (390 x 250 mm). Contemporary pigskin over wooden boards, 2 brass clasps (pigskin on back cover imperfection and restored). From the libraries of Jacobi Kölly, 1650 (Kolly, Kolis, Colly, probably from Fribourg) with his ms. en... continua a leggere
    • GLASGOW, JAMES MACLEHOSE AND SONS, 1906
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 2 portraits of Young in photogravure. XXI, 487 pp.; 598 pp. 4to. Brownish buckram, gilt lettering on spines (front and lower edges uncut). Glasgow, James Maclehose and sons, 1906. First edition, privately printed in 250 copies. Still indispensable reference work of early chemistry, alchemy, books of secrets, pharmacy and related topics including Rosicrucian literature. Arranged alphabetically with copies notes, the largest collection in these fields ever assembled, now kept at Glasgow University. - Cancelled library stamps on front flyleaves. BIBLIOGRAPHY continua a leggere
    • FRANKENTHAL, GEGELISCHE BUCHHANDLUNG, 1788
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 1 engr. folding plate. 44 pp., 14 unn. leaves, 694 pp. 8vo. Contemp. half calf, back with two labels richly gilt (somewhat faded). Frankenthal, Gegelische Buchhandlung, 1788. "Auserlesene Sammlung der besten medicinischen und chirurgischen Schriften", vol. XXII. Johannes Kämpf (1726-1787), personal physician to the landgraves of Hesse-Homburg and of Hesse-Nassau, was known for recommending visceral enemas against various conditions, including melancholy and hypochondria. The present work, first published in 1784, saw numerous editions. If one is to believe the author, 2000 copies of th... continua a leggere
    • LUCERNE AND ROME, C. 1612-1703
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    • Note Bibliografiche: 188 leaves. Small folio. 19th-century half leather (somewhat rubbed and bumped). Lucerne and Rome, (c. 1612-1703). The Holy See established a permanent nunciature at Lucerne during the time of the counter reformation, to intensify diplomatic relations with Switzerland, and with the Catholic cantons in particular. Part of the duties of the represenatives was to send reports about Swiss internal and external matters regularly. These missives are among the most important and objective sources for Swiss historiography. I. (Aquino, Ladislaus di, bishop of Venafro). Relatione della Nuntiatura de'... continua a leggere
    • ROME, ISTITUTO DELLA ENCICLOPEDIA ITALIANA FONDATA DA GIOVANNI TRECCANI, 1949-1961
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With illus. Large 4to (302 x 230 mm). Orig. cloth. Rome, Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana fondata da Giovanni Treccani, 1949-1961. The major scientific encyclopaedia for Italy, with detailed, signed individual articles, exhaustive bibliography and excellent illustrations. The 35 main volumes (1949) are a reprint of the originals published between 1929-1936. Added are the Index (1952), 1 vol.; Appendix I (1950), 1 vol.; Appendix II (1948-1949), 2 vols.; Appendix III (1961), 2 vols. - Zischka 10. LINGUISTIC / DICTIONARIES continua a leggere
    • COLOGNE, PETER QUENTELL, JUNE 1525
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Printer's mark with coat of arms of the city Cologne on last leaf. 274 (i.e. 276), (12) leaves. 8vo. Contemporary pigskin (library stamp on title). Cologne, Peter Quentell, June 1525. First edition of a polemical work by J. Dietenberger (1475-1537) against Martin Luther. His last and most famous book is the catechism edition printed in 1537. In 1530 Dietenberger attended the Diet of Augsburg. - VD 16 D 1480; Knaake III, 299; not in Adams; ADB III, 667. RELIGION / THEOLOGY continua a leggere
    • COLOGNE, IN OFFICINA BIRCKMANNICA, 1582
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With woodcut printer's mark on title, elaborate woodcut initials. Printed in Italics. 16 unn. leaves (incl. 1 blank), 304 pp. 8vo. Contemporary green stained limp vellum, red edges (lower part of t.p. cut out and repaired). Name on title, blind library stamp on first and last leaves. From the collection of Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl of Sunderland (lot 7011 in his sale, 1882). Cologne, In officina Birckmannica, 1582. Rare edition of the Epitome of Pompeius Trogus' "Historiae Philippicae", the only version in which this text exists. The original text, in forty-four books, was a general history... continua a leggere
    • NUREMBERG, J. A. ENDTER, 1768
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With engr. illus. title, 12 full-page engr. portraits by J. C. Claussner, 9 plates with portraits of biblical figures, 4 double-page maps with fine baroque cartouches and illustrations, 2 double-page plans, 21 engr. pictorial titles and plates (some double-page and folding), several woodcut initials and vignettes. 2 cols. Engraved title, (144), 740 pp.; (2), 512 pp.; 480, (16) pp. Royal folio (430 x 283 mm). Early 19th century decorated richly gold-tooled red morocco over wooden boards, spine on 5 raised bands, richly gilt rococo ornamentation inside and with stamped citations from Corinthi... continua a leggere
    • JENA, FROMMANN AND WESSELHöFT, (1818)
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Engr. title with facsmile of the inscription (and printing place Weimar with date 1818). 7,1 pp. Folio. Modern black morocco, spine gilt. Jena, Frommann and Wesselhöft, (1818). First edition, privately printed on behalf of Duke Carl August in a small edition of probably 200 copies. In 1816 Goethe's brother-in-law Vulpius made him aware of an inscription stone that was immured on the outer wall of the chapel of Heilsberg today part of the city of Rudolstadt. Of this unquestionably medieval text only a few letters were clearly readable. Goethe's interest in deciphering was awakened so much th... continua a leggere
    • NEW HAVEN, 1958-1969
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With 7 plates. XLII, 496 pp.; XVI, (I), 185 pp. 4to. Orig. cloth. New Haven, 1958-1969. LITERATURE: GERMAN continua a leggere
    • NUREMBERG, J. A. ENDTER, 1720
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With engr. illus. title, 12 full-page engr. portraits by J. C. Claussner, 9 plates with portraits of biblical figures, 4 double-page maps with fine baroque cartouches and illustrations, 2 double-page plans, 21 engr. pictorial titles and plates (some double-page and folding), several woodcut initials and vignettes. 2 cols. Printed title in red and black; 67 unn. leaves, 664 pp.; 904 pp., 8 unn. leaves. Large folio. Contemporary calf in the style of Swedish gilt leather bindings, richly gold-tooled in a panel design with flowers and ornaments, flower tool in center and corners of frames, both... continua a leggere
    • LEIDEN, JEAN ELSEVIER, 1658
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    • Note Bibliografiche: With engr. figured title, engr. vignette on printed title (Le solitaire). 417 pp. 12mo. 18th-cent. full red morocco, flat spine gilt with gilt lettering, gilt lozenge design on sides, gilt outer edges and inner dentelles, pastedowns and flyleaves of blue watered silk, edges gilt (signed Bozerian jeune on back; spine slightly faded). Leiden, Jean Elsevier, 1658. First Elsevier edition of this French verse translation of Marcus Annaeus Lucanus' "Pharsalia" by Guillaume de Brébeuf (1618-1661). It was initially published in Paris in 1655. Fine copy in an elegant binding executed by the famous b... continua a leggere
    • BASEL, JOH. FROBEN, FEBR. 1527
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    • Note Bibliografiche: Half-title with woodcut printer's device, title-page within woodcut architectural border, 2nd title-page fol. 1v. with different figured woodcut border, different printer's device on last leaf verso and at the end, numerous large and small figured woodcut initials in the text, by Urs Graf, Ambrosius Holbein, and Hans Frank. 4 leaves, 710, (1) pp.; (28) leaves index. Folio. 17th century calf, back gilt (joints and foot of spine somewhat restored). Old ms. name on title. Basel, Joh. Froben, Febr. 1527. An important document of its time and of the humanistic spirit, remarkably beautifully prin... continua a leggere
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