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WIT, Frederick de (1630-1706).

Verlag: [Amsterdam: after 1715] (1715)

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Buchbeschreibung: [Amsterdam: after 1715], 1715. Folio (21 x 13 4/8 inches). Near contemporary manuscript index leaf listing 147maps. Engraved allegorical title-page for "Atlas Maior", fine double-page engraved map of the world "Planisphaerium Terrestre, sive Terrarum Orbis. Amsterdam ca., 1705 by Carol Allard (Shirley 578, a bit creased), and 146 maps, including 7 folding, numbered in a contemporary hand, ALL COLORED IN A CONTEMPORARY HAND (map of Great Britain with chipping to green coloring due to oxidization, map of Hungary torn along fold, some maps trimmed closely, some light browning and staining, some edges a bit frayed). Original Dutch vellum, panelled in blind (lower hinge split at the head and foot of the spine, a bit soiled, lacking two pairs of ties) Provenance: early ink library stamp of the "Historical Association" on the front paste-down. A fine and comprehensive composite atlas, most published by de Wit but with additional maps by Visscher, Allard, Chatelain and Mortier. In addition to the striking world map by Allard with its black background and numerous projections, and found in the "Atlas Major" from about 1705, there are maps of the continents, regional maps of Europe; and unusually high number of maps of Asia (11) Ottens’s "Imperium Japonicum .", Amsterdam, dated 1715, and a fine map of the East Indies showing the northern coastline of Australia; 5 maps of Africa; and 11 maps of the Americas, notably including Carel Allard’s "Recentissima Novi Orbis sive Americae Septentrionalis et Meridionalis" Amsterdam, ca. 1700; Visscher’s "Nova Tabula Geographica Complectens Borealiorem Americae Partem." Amsterdam, ca. 1690 or later; Visscher’s "Carte Nouvelle Contenant la Partie d'Amerique la Plus Septentrionale." Amsterdam, ca. 1685 or later; Ottens’ "Totius Neobelgii Nova et Accuratissima Tabula" Amsterdam, ca. 1708 (Burden 373, state 6); Henry Chatelain’s "Carte de la Nouvelle France, ou se Voit le Cours des Grandes Rivieres de S. Laurens & de Mississipi . de la Floride, de la Louisiane, de la Virginie, de la Marie-Lande, de la Pensilvanie, du Nouveau Jersay, de la Nouvelle Yorck . " (no date). De Wit was born in Gouda in 1630 became one of the "most famous engravers of maps of the second half of the 17th-century" (Koeman), his earliest maps issued in 1654. In addition to being geographically correct, de Wit’s maps are full of detail and are often decorated with elaborate cartouches. "Frederick de Wit, who was the sole proprietor of the firm, was not just a conveyor of maps but also an innovator in the field of commercial cartography. His maps and in particular his atlas production changed the form in which atlases were consumed in the second half of the seventeenth century. de Wit produced and successfully marketed the first concise reference atlas. de Wit’s cartographic production is one of the key factors that joined the early Netherlands period in cartography ca 1550 to ca. 1675, to the latter years of Dutch commercial cartography, and European atlas production in the eighteenth century" (George Carhart). Catalogued by Kate Hunter at Arader Galleries. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 72lib555

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VISSCHER, Nicolaes II (1649-1702).

Verlag: Amsterdam: Nicolai Visscher, [ca 1715]. (1715)

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam: Nicolai Visscher, [ca 1715]., 1715. Folio (21 x 13 4/8 inches). Letterpress title-page with some letters hand-coloured red and green (early marginal repair to lower corner). Engraved allegorical title-page with hand-colour in full (Koeman Vis 12, with early marginal repair to lower corner), fine double-page engraved map of the world "Planisphaerium Terrestre, sive Terrarum Orbis. Amsterdam ca., 1705 by Carol Allard (Shirley 578, a bit creased), and 120 double-page maps and plates with hand-colour in full, including 12 folding (most maps with early repairs to lower corners, only affecting the image on the last 5 maps; all maps with marginal dampstaining, particularly to the lower corners, more pronounced towards the end of the atlas). Contemporary Dutch paneled vellum (lightly soiled, gilt rubbed, endpapers renewed). Provenance: with the early 20th -century bookplate of R & V Andreen on the front paste-down. A fine and comprehensive composite atlas, and one of a series of large atlases compiled and sold by the Visscher family of art dealers and cartographers at the end of the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. No two of the Visscher atlases seem to have been identical in content, and most contain, like this one, a selection of maps by the Visschers themselves as well as other cartographers. In this case the majority of the maps are published by Visscher, with additional maps by: Allard of the world, Europe, Africa, the New World, the English channel, and Friesland; Blaeu of Brasil; de Wit; Jansson; Reland, of the Japanese Empire, engraved by B. Ruyter in 1715, and the Persian Empire; Schenk; and Specht. In addition to the striking world map by Allard with its black background and numerous projections, and found in the "Atlas Major" from about 1705, there are maps of the continents, regional maps of Europe, ten maps of Asia, and seven maps related to America: Allard's "Novi orbis, sive Americae septentrionalis et meridionalis", Visscher's "Carte nouvelle contenant la partie d'Amerique la plus septentrionale", "Nova tabula geographica complectens Borealiorem Americae partem", "Insulae Americanae", Jamaica, and "Carte du Paraguary, du Chili, detroit de Magellan"; and Blaeu's map of Brasil. See Koeman Vis 12. Catalogued by Kate Hunter at Arader Galleries. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 72lib550

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VISSCHER, Nicolaes II (1649-1702) [and others].

Verlag: Amsterdam: Nicolas Visscher [chez la veuve de Nicolas Visscher], [ca 1716]. (1716)

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam: Nicolas Visscher [chez la veuve de Nicolas Visscher], [ca 1716]., 1716. Folio (21 3/8 x 13 2/8 inches). Letterpress title-page. Additional allegorical engraved title-page and 101 double-page engraved maps of which 7 are folding, all with exceptionally fine contemporary hand coloring (some light creasing and marginal soiling, lower margin of southern France expertly renewed, lower and right margin of Castile expertly renewed, tear in upper fold of New Castile affecting image and right margin expertly renewed). Contemporary Dutch vellum, each cover decorated in panels with fine central gilt arms of the Admiralty of Rotterdam and four stamped corner pieces containing armillary spheres, all edges gilt (expertly recased); modern tan clamshell case. Provenance: with the arms of the Admiralty of Rotterdam in the center of each cover and with the initials "P.P.P" [Pugno Pro Patria ("I fight for the fatherland")] beneath. A fine atlas from the house of Visscher, who were among the leading producers of maps in Amsterdam in the 17th and 18th centuries. Founded by Nicholas Visscher, whose work is known for the high quality of engraving, exceptionally fine ornament, and accurate geographical information. The maps that relate to America include Carel Allard's (1648-1709) "Planispheriam terrestre sive terrarum orbis." [1796], a fine double hemisphere world map surrounded by eight smaller projections depicting the world from various angles, and for smaller circular diagrams, all against a dark cross-hatched background. California is shown as an island and the coastlines of New Zealand and Australia are shown in part; and his two fine Celestial maps. Six further maps depict America: Visscher's "Novis orbis sive Americae", "Nova Tabula Geograpguca complecters. Borealiorem Americae Partem", "Insulae Americanae", Jamaica, Brasil, and Paraguay. "Indiae Orientalis" depicts the northern coastline of Australia. From the distinguished library of the Admiralty of Rotterdam, also known as the Admiralty de Maze, the oldest of the five influential Admiralties of the Dutch Republic at the height of Dutch maritime supremacy. Established in 1574 during the Dutch revolt after the Capture of Brielle) William I of Orange's supporters decided to pool their naval resources at Rotterdam, in the Prinsenhof the former Saint Agnathaklooster, at Botersloot. Although the building was finally demolished in 1884 the arms of the Admiralty with the crossed anchors and an abbreviation of its motto Pugno Pro Patria ("I fight for the fatherland") on the remains of the original gate can be seen in the collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The structure of the five Admiralties (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Firesland, West-Friesland and Zeeland) was eventually determined and defined in 1597 by the States-General of the Netherlands. Each Admiralty had branches for equipping warships, protecting overseas trade and traffic on the sea and rivers, collecting taxes, and jurisdiction over loot and price setting. The admiralties were dissolved in 1795 with the rise of the Batavian Republic. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 72lib96

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VISSCHER, Nicolaes II (1649-1702).

Verlag: Amsterdam: Nicolaes Visscher, [ca 1689, or later]. (1689)

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam: Nicolaes Visscher, [ca 1689, or later]., 1689. Folio (21 4/8 x 13 inches). Letterpress title-page and Index leaf listing 21 maps. Fine engraved allegorical title-page with original hand-colour in full (Koeman Vis 12), fine double-page engraved double hemisphere map of the world (Shirley 406, 1658), and 28 double-page maps, including two with index panels added to either side, and three folding (some early repairs to verso, and the map of North America torn with extensive loss). Contemporary drab paper boards newly backed with scarlet morocco gilt. The highly attractive world map "Orbis Terrarum Nova Et Accuratissima Tabula" (1658) is "regarded as the master forerunner of a number of highly decorative Dutch world maps. [with] minor variations in the still unknown coastline of North America. The northern part of California (as an island) has been flattened and is now entitled ‘Nova Albion’, still further north a small piece of land or an island ‘Anian’ appears adjacent to a strait leading within striking distance of the west shores of Hudson’s Bay. In china, stippling is used for the first time in a general map to denote a desert: this is the extensive ‘Xamo Desertum’. just west of the Great Wall of China" (Shirley). The detailed allegorical border depicts dramatic classical scenes representing the rape of Persephone, Zeus being carried across the heavens in an eagle-drawn chariot, Poseidon commanding his entourage, and Demeter receiving the fruits of the Earth. Two smaller spheres fall between the cusp of the larger hemispheres and based on polar projections that of the south pole depicts the southernmost tip of South America. The other maps include many maps of Europe, the continents, and a map of the East Indies showing most of the western and northern coastline of Australia, Britain with additional index panels at either edge, Scotland (corner strengthened on verso), Ireland (ditto), Poland, Sweden and Norway, Denmark, folding map of the Roman Empire, 2 maps of the Rhineland and Moselle, Switzerland, the 17 Provinces of "Germaniae Inferior", Belgium, Belgii Regii, a folding map of Galle and Fancia with index panels at either edge (extensive early repairs to verso), Spain and Portugal, Italy, a folding map of Hungary, a folding map of the Turkish empire, the Greek archipelago, the East Indies showing the northern coastline of Australia, Africa, Barbary, North and South America, South America, North America (which is torn with considerable loss). See Koeman Vis 12. Catalogued by Catalogued by Kate Hunter at Arader Galleries. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 72lib545

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WIT, Frederick de (1630-1706).

Verlag: Amsterdam: F. de Wit, 1660-1666. (1666)

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam: F. de Wit, 1660-1666., 1666. 2 works in one volume, folio (20 2/8 x 12 inches). Engraved title-page to "Nieut Kaert-Boeck" (using that of Jacob van Campen's "Afbeelding van't Stadt Huys an Amsterdm" [1661] with de Wit' s present title on an engraved overslip, together 53 double-page engraved mapsheets, all except one hand-colored in outline the cartouches and other embellishments fully hand-colored (first few maps with repaired splits at lower fold), manuscript contents in a contemporary hand, 7 leaves of descriptive text. Contemporary speckled calf, spine gilt in compartments (binding expertly repaired at spine and joints by James Brockman). Provenance: Near contemporary ownership inscription and description of contents of Baron Georg Guldenstiern (1632 -1686), State councillor to Queen Christina of Sweden (1626 - 1689) (ruled 1632-1654), chamberlain to King Charles X Gustavus of Sweden (1622 - 1660) (ruled 1654 - 1660), Chancelor of the Exchequer and of the Admiralty and governor of Stockholm 1678-1682 under King Charles XI (1655 - 1697), (ruled 1660-1697), governor of the provinces of Kronoberg and Uppland from 1657 and 1664 respectively; Christopher Henry Beaumont Pease, Lord Wardington (1924-2005), Library of Important Atlases and Geographies, Sotheby’s, 10th October 2006, lot 359. AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE EXAMPLE of an early small de Wit atlas. Purchased by Baron Georg Guldenstiern, explaining the addition of the regional maps of Uppland and Götaland, which are not normally found in De Wit's small atlas. In two parts: a general world atlas and a regional atlas of the seventeen Dutch provinces. It contains a number of important maps found only in de Wit's early small atlases. The four continental maps are examples of de Wit's first continental maps that he replaced with more modern maps by 1671. The map of Hungary "NOVISSIMA ET EMENDATA DELINEATIO HUNGARIÆ" was originally published by Joannes Meyssens,(Schilder) but with de Wit's imprint it is known of in only one other de Wit atlas held by the map collection of the Amsterdam University Library. Like the map of Hungary the map of Germania by Claes Jansz. Visscher found in this atlas is also replaced by 1671. The World map is de Wit's second, and it is in an earlier state than the one given by Shirley (451), as the page number "1" is in manuscript and is not yet engraved. This is the only copy of this map known without the engraved page number. The atlas can be dated to between 1666 and 1671. Furthermore it can be dated to shortly after 1668, due to the contents of the atlas and several indicators found on the maps within the atlas. The first part of the general atlas has no title page or printed index. This indicates an early atlas as de Wit did not begin to use the familiar allegorical title page with Atlas holding up the heavens until shortly before 1671. The lack of a printed index also indicates a pre 1671 date as the printed indexes that are found in most of his atlases did not appear until ca.1671. The date of after 1666, for the earliest possible date for this atlas, is known as the atlas contains a map of Brabant: "Tabula Ducatus BRABANTIÆ ." dated 1666. Further this portion of the atlas also has the second state of de Wit's title page for his atlas of the seventeen provinces. The title page calls for twenty maps and it has a printed index of twenty maps on the verso. Both the title page and the index help in dating the atlas. De Wit acquired the plate for this title page in 1666 along with a number of plates of Amsterdam from Dancker Danckerts (Shirley 451 and 499). De Wit subsequently had a new title text for his provincial atlas printed that he then pasted over the original Danckerts text on this title page. There are three renditions of the new title block, the first indicating only fourteen maps, the second indicating twenty and the third twenty-five maps. We know that the fourteen map provincial atlas was first advertised by de Wit on the 14th of June 1667, in the "Oprechte Haerlemse Coura. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 12-4-7

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OTTENS, Reiner (1698-1750) and OTTENS Josua (1704-1765).

Verlag: Amsterdam: chez Regner & Josue Ottens, [ca 1720]. (1720)

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam: chez Regner & Josue Ottens, [ca 1720]., 1720. Folio (21 x 13 inches). Title-page printed in red and black with an engraved vignette by F. Ottens. 48 fine double-page engraved maps and 5 charts (including fortification plate) with partial original hand-colour (lacking engraved frontispiece, a few small tears, small wormhole at lower centre of last 3 maps). 18th-century English diced half russia over marbled paper boards, the spine in seven compartments with six raised bands, gilt-lettered in the second, the others decorated in gilt with modern Pease family crests gilt (hinges broken). Provenance: 18th-century ownership inscription of George Champagne (?Rector of Twickenham and Canon of Windsor, ca 1755-1808) at the head of the title-page and manuscript index on verso of the final map; Lord Wardington (1924-2005), Library of Important Atlases and Geographies, his sale Sothebys' 10th October 2006, lot 362. Reiner and Josua Ottens assembled collections of maps in atlas form from the 1720s onwards until about 1750. The maps in this atlas are dated between 1704 and 1713. Although no two atlases assumed to have assembled by the Ottens brothers are the same, many of the extant examples contain a standard engraved title-page (not found in the present copy) with their imprint. Few maps collected and sold by the Ottens firm actually bear an Ottens imprint: many were taken from the stocks of the leading publishers of the day in Amsterdam or Paris, no doubt as a result of the influence which they were able to exert on their fellow members in the Amsterdam Compagnie van Boekverkopers or Booksellers Guild, of which both Reiner and Josua were at some time Governors. This volume includes maps after Jaillot, de Wit, F. & L. Valk, G. Delisle, de Leth, de Fer, Caspar Specht, Nicolaes Visscher and others. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 12-5

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Buchbeschreibung: Nicolas Visscher, 1660. Couverture rigide. Buchzustand: Bon. 535 x 358 mm. Grand in-folio de 9 double-pages regroupant 36 estampes, cartonnage du XVIIIè siècle. EXEMPLAIRE COMPLET, IMPRIME SUR GRAND PAPIER, EN SOMPTUEUX COLORIS DE L'EPOQUE DE L'ATLAS BAROQUE DES PAYS BAS. Depuis 60 ans, le répertoire des ventes publiques ne mentionne que 2 exemplaires en tirage normal, l'un de la première édition de 1657, l'autre de la présente édition de 1660, un troisième, incomplet, fut vendu en 1987. Ce recueil présente 36 estampes gravées, groupées par 4 vues imprimées au recto d'un double folio - illustrant l'architecture baroque des Pays Bas au milieu du XVIIè siècle. Le présent exemplaire, imprimé sur grand papier est le seul répertorié dans ce tirage de luxe. La famille Visscher est célèbre dans l'histoire de l'imprimerie des Atlas aux Pays Bas au XVIIè siècle. Hollstein, Schut 32 ; Hollstein, Publ. Clae Claesz Visscher I, 7. *** THE ONLY COMPLETE COPY OF THE BAROQUE ATLAS OF THE NETHERLANDS PRINTED ON LARGE-PAPER and magnificently coloured at the time to appear on the market since 1950.***. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000020

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F. De Wit - Covens & Mortier.

Verlag: Amsterdam, J. Covens & C. Mortier

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam, J. Covens & C. Mortier. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Fine. Amsterdam, J. Covens & C. Mortier, c.1730. Modern half-calf, folio (55 x 35 cm), new endpapers. Engraved title page + 73 contemporary coloured maps (2 folding) from De Wit, Ottens, Covens & Mortier, Schenck, Visscher, Valck, Jaillot, etc. + 3 tables with two inset maps. See van Egmond, p.125 Maps: World (2), Asia, Africa, America (2), Portugal, Spain, France, British Isles (4), Netherlands (18), Switserland, Scandinavia (4), Germany + Eastern Europe (26), Italy (7), Greece, Turkey, Holy Land. Frederik de Wit's Atlas Maior had a fluctuating composition and can therefore be delineated bibliographically only with difficulty. Printed tables of contents give us something to go by. The shortest index mentions seventeen maps, the longest 160. (van Egmond). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 24280

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VONDEL, Joost van den.

Verlag: 16451781, (Amsterdam, Amersfoort, etc.), (1645)

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Buchbeschreibung: 16451781, (Amsterdam, Amersfoort, etc.), 1645. 16 vols. 4to. Half calf, gilt and decorated spine with green title-label. With the ex-libris of Samuel Iperuszoon Wiselius pasted on inside of front cover in most vols. with his motto 'Dulcia non meruit, qui non gustavit amara' (Who did not taste the bitterness, does not deserve the sweet). Luxurious uncut set of the collected works of Joost van den Vondel on large paper from the library of Samuel Iperuszoon Wiselius, uniformly bound in 16 vols and printed on extra thick paper. With many added portraits of which some are very rare. The works are not arranged chronological, but in their most common reading order.Samuel Iperuszoon Wiselius (1769-1845) was a successful Dutch lawyer and a prominent patriot and democrat, involved in the dismantling of the Dutch East India Company and the negotiations over the Cape. He was also a poet, writer, historian and superintendent of the police. In 1817, Wiselius was appointed secretary of the literary division to the Royal Institute of Sciences (KNI) as successor to Willem Bilderdijk.In 1835, as the head of the Amsterdam police, Wiselius was involved in controlling the tax revolts, organized by house owners at Herenmarkt square and in the Jordaan neighbourhood. Wiselius resigned in 1840, but kept his position at the KNI for a few more years until his death.Contents:Vol. I.- Vorstelijcke warande der dieren: waer in de zeden-rijcke philosophie, poëtisch, morael, en historiael, vermakelijck en treffelijck wort voorgestelt. Amsterdam, Sander Wybrantsz, Jan Blom, Andries Vinck & Aert Dircksz. Oossaen, 1682. Extra: Folding engraved portrait of the author with poem by J. Nomsz., dated 1786, before title. Ref: Unger 86; Schuytvlot 55; Landwehr, Emblem books, 736; Muller, Portretten 5771b (for the portrait).- De helden Godes des ouwden verbonds, met kunstige beeldenissen vertoont, en poeetelijck verklaert. Amsterdam, heirs of widow Gysbert de Groot, 1727. Ref: Unger 102, Schuytvlot 63.Vol. II.- De vaderen, ofte het tweede deel van de derde dagh der tweeder werke, vervattende Abrahams offerhande. Amsterdam, Johannes Sluyter, 1768. With the etching in reverse of Abraham and an angel who is prohibiting Abraham's sacrifice of Isaak after Rembrandt present in some copies only. Extra: Folding engraved portrait of the author with poem by Prudenter by A. de Wees after J. Livius (= Lievens).Ref.: Schuytvlot 773; Unger 84; etching after Rembrandt: Hollstein XIX, B 35; portrait: Muller 5772c.-Toonneel des menschelyken levens of de vernieuwde Gulden Winkel. Amsterdam, Jan Graal, 1718. Ref.: Schuytvlot 52; Unger 78; Landwehr, Emblem books, 733.- Brieven der heilige maeghden, martelaressen. Amsterdam, for Jacobus van der Deister, 1687. Ref.: Schuytvlot 65; Unger 392.- Publius Ovidius Nasoos Heldinnebrieven. Amsterdam, Gerard onder de Linden, 1716. With Brief van Fedre aen Hippolytus, en Hippolytus antwoord aen Fedre at the end. Ref.: Schuytvlot 784, cf. Unger 389-90.Vol. III.- Altaer geheimenissen, ontvouwen in drie boecken. Keulen, Nieuwe Druckerye (= Amsterdam, Abraham de Wees?), 1645. Extra: Folding engraved portrait of the author by C. de Visscher (J. Danckers & P. Schenk excudit), dated 1728.Ref.: Unger 410, Schuytvlot 70, Cat. Vondel tentoonstelling 255a; portrait: Muller, Portretten 5781m- De tranen, Petri ende Pauli. Amsterdam, Paulus Matthysz., 1646. Ref: Schuytvlot 627, not in Unger.- Naerder onderrechtings, vereyscht op het onderwijs der dry/eenigheydt. (No place & printer), 1660. Ref: Schuytvlot 397; Unger 873; Cat. Vondel tentoonstelling 437*.- Q. Horatius Flaccus Lierzangen en dichtkunst. Amsterdam, Jan Lamsvelt, 1703. Ref: Unger 513; not in Schuytvlot.- Tooneelschilt of pleitrede voor het tooneelrecht. Amsterdam, Johannes Sluyter, 1781.Ref: Unger 637; not in Schutvlot.- Bespiegelingen van Godt en godtsdienst. Amsterdam, Wid. Barent Visser, 1723. Ref.: Unger 646; Schuytvlot 87.Vol. IV.- Joannes de boetgezant. Amsterdam, wid. Gysbert de Groot, 1696. Extra: Folding engraved author's portrait with poem. Buchnummer des Verkäufers A1AFMNHARQJQ

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Buchbeschreibung: Large contemporary handcoloured wallmap on 41 connected sheets [total size: c. 170 x 230 cm / map size: c. 120 x 173 cm], engraved by Thomas Doesburgh (fl. 1677-1714), a.o. after ornamental designs by Gerard Hoet (1648-1733), [2nd corr. ed.] pbld by J. Covens & C. Mortier, [Amst., 1743]. (first ed. pbd by Nic. Visscher, Amst., 1696). - Overall browned, sl. waterstained in lower left corner. - Framed.*Scarce handcoloured copy of the corrected second state of Bernard de Roy's decorative wallmap of the province of Utrecht, decorated with coat-of-arms on each side and five large profiles of Amersfoort, Rhenen, Utrecht, Wijk by Duurstede & Montford at the bottom. - - Cf. Donkersloot-de Vrij, Topografische kaarten van Nedederland vóór 1750, no. 754 (2de druk); A.H. Sijmons, Nieuwe kaart van den Lande van Utrecht (1973). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 220225

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BLOEMAERT, Abraham; Bloemaert

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Buchbeschreibung: 1740. BLOEMAERT, Abraham and Frederik. Oorspronkelyk en Vermaard Konstryk Tekenboek van Abraham Bloemaart, geestryk getekent, en meesterlyk Gegraveert by zyn Zoon, Frederik Bloemaart . in een gevoegelyke Ordre geschikt door den beroemden Bernard Picart. [7] ff. With title to part one numbered "1" overlaid with chiaroscuro serving as frontispiece, engraved title vignette (signed F. Ottens) and architectural dedication page (signed J. C. Philips, 1740); portrait of Abraham Bloemaert (F. Bloemaert after P. Morelsen) and illustrated with a further 165 etched and engraved plates (numbered "2"-"166") by F. Bloemaert after A. Bloemaert, plus 7 duplicates (nos. 80, 94, 95, 108, 137, 144 and 145) being combined engravings and chiaroscuros. Folio, 396 x 280 mm, bound in contemporary three-quarter Dutch brown calf over marbled boards, red morocco spine label. Amsterdam: Reinier and Josua Ottens, 1740. Second and Best Edition of Abraham Bloemaert's famed Drawing Book (Tekenboek), profusely illustrated with line engravings and chiaroscuros by Frederik Bloemaert after his father's designs. Bloemaert's life drawings include multiple studies of heads, feet, and hands, nudes, putti and costumed figures, seen in various poses, from varied angles, and under various lighting conditions; animals and "historical" subjects round out this academic panorama. The most dramatic feature of the Drawing Book, and this copy in particular, is the series of chiaroscuro prints, whereby the otherwise monochromatic images are awash with ochre color and areas of the white paper showing through read as brilliant highlights. The present copy belongs to the second and most preferred edition (Roethlisberger I, 392 edition 2), in that there are 47 more plates than appeared in the first edition of 1650/56 (Roethlisberger state 1). Further, there are another 7 chiaroscuros not present in the Visscher issue of 1679/1702 (Roethlisberger state 1a). "The edition contains Frederick's plates of the Visscher edition as compounded and renumbered in 1723 by Bernard Picart for Renard, lavishly published in 1740 by Reinier and Josua Ottens. Picart (1673-1733), the finest and most famous engraver of his time, worked mainly for the book market" (Roethlisberger). It is significant that Roethlisberger, in his massive catalogue of the work of Abraham Bloemaert and His Sons (Doornspijk, 1993), reproduces this second edition in its entirety. Abraham Bloemaert (1564-1651) was remarkably successful as a teacher not only of his four sons but also of the leading Dutch Caravaggisti (e.g., Terbrugghen and Honthorst) and virtually every Utrecht master. Besides Hendrik Goltzius, Abraham Bloemaert and his son Frederik were among the earliest to combine the chiaroscuro woodblock technique with the engraved and etched line (Hind). Unlike most drawing books "Bloemaert's drawing examples are not derived from other authors." (Bolton).Marbled boards rubbed, otherwise a fine copy. Roethlisberger no. 792 (reproduced and described as T1-T166). Bolten, Method and Practice: Dutch and Flemish Drawing Books 1600-1750 pp. 48-67 and passim (24 reproductions). Hollstein, Dutch and Flemish (F. Bloemaert) 36-155. Strauss, Chiaroscuro 346-65 (errors). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 143496

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Buchbeschreibung: J.L. Versteegh,, The Hague, 1730. Large folio. 19th century half brown morocco,spine with raised bands and richly gilt, marbled boards. With richly engraved allegorical title, and 100 full-page plates of Roman classical statues, engraved by Cornelis van Dalen, both the Elder and the Younger, after designs by François Perrier. Second Dutch edition of a famous model book, perfectly depicting one hundred of the most famous and most beautiful of Roman classical sculptures, originally published at Rome in 1638 by François Perrier (1590-1650), and first published in the Netherlands with all plates newly engraved by Cornelis van Dalen, both father and son, in Amsterdam by Nic. Visscher in ca. 1660. A third edition with the title Kunstkabinet, besluitende hondert der allerberoemste antique stantbeelden staende binnen Rome, was published with explanatory text in The Hague by Bern. van de Cloese in 1737. In 1702 the same plates, copied by Petrus Schenck was published in Amsterdam by Schenck. The book is important for artists, students of art, travellers, topographical historians, and of course for all lovers of art and Roman statues. Already early in the Renaissance, classical sculptures were being recommended as models for drawing. They were judged to be the most perfect models for the teaching of dimensions and proportions. Classical statues were also considered the most perfect models for aesthetics. The 'Apollo Belvedere' represented moral beauty and the 'Laokoon-group' represented pathetic beauty. Perrier's series of one hundred drawings of classical sculptures was newly engraved by the Dutch engravers, Cornelis van Dalen the Elder (ca.1602-1665), and his son, Cornelis van Dalen the Younger (1638-ca.1664). The series is roughly divided in first male then female statues, and starts with 'Laokoon', Marcus Aurelius on the Capitolino, Cleopatra, and the 'Hercules Farnese'. It includes statues of centaurs, Roman emperors, equestrian statues, satyrs, sportsmen, several Apollos and Venuses, classical Gods and Heroes, an impressive Niobe, several reclining statues, including Cleopatra and the Gof of the Nile, etc., which are standing in the city of Rome, the Vatican and the houses and gardens of important families: the Medici, Justiniani, Borghese, Farnese, etc. The plates are numbered from 1 to 100, are signed by either artist, and have titles underneath engraved on the plates, including the places where the statues are to be seen in Rome. The original plates are by Francois Perrier (1590-1650) who studied in Rome from 1635 to 1628 and again from 1635 to 1645. During his first visit, he was employed in Lanfranco's studio and was influenced by his master's work. He also admired the painting of Pietro da Cortona and the Carracci. Perrier's work was significant in that it helped introduce Baroque style to France. He also 'has brought the antique art to the Netherlands', Wibrandus de Geest (d. 1716) wrote in his Kabinet der statuen, published in 8-vo in 1702, containing rather primitive and much smaller copies of Perrier plates. Fine large-paper copy. Hollstein V, p. 106, Van Dalen 37-136 (dates the first Dutch ed. 1638); Wurzbach 64; Thieme-Becker 26, p. 437-438 (Perrier), and 8, pp. 291-292 (Corn. van Dalen the Elder & the Younger); cf. Bolten, p. 257-9, incl. notes. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 21749

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Buchbeschreibung: Bernardus van der Cloese,, The Hague, 1737. Large folio. Contemporary vellum, spine ribbed and blind-stamped with title in ink, with double fillet blind-stamped filets on sides, inner panel with corner pieces and large blind-stamped ornament in centre, gilt edges. With large engraved printer's device on title, title printed in red and black, richly engraved allegorical title heading the print-series, and 100 full-page plates of Roman classical statues, engraved by Cornelis van Dalen, both the Elder and the Younger, after designs by François Perrier. (2), 54, (2) pp. text. Third Dutch edition, enlarged with extensive explanatory text, of a famous model book, perfectly depicting one hundred of the most famous and most beautiful of Roman classical sculptures, originally published at Rome in 1638 by François Perrier (1590-1650), and first published in the Netherlands with all plates newly engraved by Cornelis van Dalen, both father and son, in Amsterdam by Nic Visscher in ca. 1660. The second edition with the title Eigentlyke Afbeeldinge, van hondert der aldervermaerdste statuten, of antique-beelden, staande binnen Romen . Dienstigh en vermakelijk, voor alle edelluy(den) en studenten die tot Romen geweest sijn. Ook voor alle oeffenaers en liefhebbers der teicken-const. Hier is mede bijgevoecht onder elck beeld syn naam, en waerze staen binnen Romen, was published in The Hague by H. Versteegh in ca. 1730. In 1702 the same plates, copied by Petrus Schenck was published in Amsterdam by Schenck. The title of the present edition, as well as the new publisher's preface both stress the importance of the print-series for artists, students of art, travellers, topographical historians, and of course for all lovers of art and Roman statues. The preface also especially emphasizes that the book is of great value for the education of youth, which can be taught the secrets of art without having to travel to Rome. The present edition was also published as a supplement to François Jacques Deseine's Beschrijving van oud en nieuw Rome (Amsterdam, Fr. Halma, 1704). Already early in the Renaissance, classical sculptures were being recommended as models for drawing. They were judged to be the most perfect models for the teaching of dimensions and proportions. Classical statues were also considered the most perfect models for aesthetics. The 'Apollo Belvedere' represented moral beauty and the 'Laokoon-group' represented pathetic beauty. Perrier's series of one hundred drawings of classical sculptures was newly engraved by the Dutch engravers, Cornelis van Dalen the Elder (ca.1602-1665), and his son, Cornelis van Dalen the Younger (1638-ca.1664). The series is roughly divided in first male then female statues, and starts with 'Laokoon', Marcus Aurelius on the Capitolino, Cleopatra, and the 'Hercules Farnese'. It includes statues of centaurs, Roman emperors, equestrian statues, satyrs, sportsmen, several Apollos and Venuses, classical Gods and Heroes, an impressive Niobe, several reclining statues, including Cleopatra and the Gof of the Nile, etc., which are standing in the city of Rome, the Vatican and the houses and gardens of important families: the Medici, Justiniani, Borghese, Farnese, etc. The plates are numbered from 1 to 100, are signed by either artist, and have titles underneath engraved on the plates, including the places where the statues are to be seen in Rome. Added to the present new edition are extensive texts explaining the mythological or historical history of each statue, based on descriptions by L. Smids, J. Oudaen, D. van Hoogstraten, F. Desseine, etc., including quotations of or references to the translations of the Classics by main Dutch poets, like Vondel, Westerbaen, Van Vollenhove, Hoogvliet, Poot, etc. The original plates are by Francois Perrier (1590-1650) who studied in Rome from 1635 to 1628 and again from 1635 to 1645. During his first visit, he was employed in Lanfranco's studio and was influenced by his master's work. He also admired the painting of Pietro da Corton. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 21751

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Buchbeschreibung: Dirck Pietersz. Pers,, Amsterdam, 1610. Oblong 8vo. Modern red morocco, both covers lavishly gilt tooled with floral border, corner pieces, little stars and title (front cover) and "Amstelredam" (back cover) lettered in gold within a laurel wreath, spine gilt in compartments, gilt binding edges, inner dentelles, marbled endpapers, gilt edges (by Charles de SAMBLANX, dated 1921). With large engraved plate of a company making music and drinking wine in a bower in a garden ( 86 x 165 mm) after David Vinckboons on the title (repeated on second title), and 9 half-page engraved plates (ca. 128 x 90 mm), probably by the same artist (also after Vinckboons?). (8), 96; (2), 1, 4-24 pp. (Collation: (A)4, B-Q4) [VLACQ, Michiel]. Bruylofts bancket. Verciert met veerthien liedekens, dienende tot vermakelijckheyt ende stichtinghe, so wel in bruyloften als in andere eerlijcke vergaderinghen van oude ofte jonghe lieden. Van nieus in druck ghebracht ende ghemaeckt door M.V. (= Michiel Vlacq) binnen der Goude. Daer by noch andere liedekens van experte componisten ghevoecht zijn . (Amsterdam, Dirck Pietersz. Pers, ca. 1610)). Fourth edition of one of the most important as well as rarest Dutch songbooks, published for the 'jeunesse dorée'. Songbooks were a very popular genre in the Netherlands during the last quarter of the 16th and first of the 17th centuries - the beginning of the Dutch 'Golden Age'. These songbooks were mostly printed in oblong format, and they were undoubtedly in one way or another connected with the new genre of the love-emblem book, so characteristic for the new Dutch Republic. The Nieuwen Lust-Hof was first published in 1602 in Amsterdam by the publisher Hans Mathysz. It was the first songbook in a format different from the previous ones: more modern, more airily, finely printed in another more modern typeface, the Civilité, and above all beautifully illustrated with plates illustrating the courtly songs in an apropriate way. The songbook turned out to be very popular and a second edition was printed between 1604 and 1606 by the widow of Hans Mathysz. In 1607 an enlarged edition with the same plates was published by Dirck Pietersz. Pers in Amsterdam: Den nieuwen verbeterde Lust-hof, the first book printed by this prolific publisher. Our fourth edition (ca. 1610, most probably 1609) is a re-edition of the third.The songbook originally contained 63 songs, 24 short poetical texts ('entremets'), 2 madrigals and one sonnet, and the Bruylofts-Bancket (with seperate pagination, but in the order of the colllation of the Nieuwe lust-hof (ff. O-Q4)), by Michiel Vlacq from Gouda. The songs are published anonymously and are mostly signed by a motto, of which some can be identified as meritorious Amsterdam rhetoricians. Some of the 'entremets' are by the famous poets Roemer Visscher and Hendrick Laurensz. Spieghel.Among the songs and poems that were added by Dirck Pietersz. Pers in the third and fourth editions, however, are four poems by the young P.C. Hooft and at least three by the young Vondel, furthermore two by Karel van Mander and two translations of poems of Ronsard by Jacob van der Schuere. The publication of the poems of two of the greatest Dutch poets of the 17th century means that this songbook is of the utmost importance for the Hooft and Vondel philology and bibliography. Both Hooft and Vondel saw themselves for the first or second time in print in this songbook (see the bibliographies by Leendertsz, resp. Unger)! There are also many important variants in the text of these poems compared with the standard editions.The beautiful large engraved plate on the title of a company making music and drinking wine in a bower in a garden ('The Concert'; repeated on second title) is after the painter, draughtsman and engraver David Vinckboons (1576-1633) from Malines, who moved to Antwerp in 1579 and in 1591 to Amsterdam. The 9 half-page engraved plates (ca. 128 x 90 mm) of courting couples are probably by the same artist (also after Vinckboons?) and are commissioned especi. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 92LFIARZH1LS

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LE ROY Jakob - Jacques (1633 - 1719) - Wenceslas Hollar - Franciscus Ertinger - Lucas Vorsterman - Jakob Harrewyn (illustrators)

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Buchbeschreibung: Antverpiae (Antwerpen), Ex Typographia Henrici Thieullier, 1694, in-folio, 40 x 26,5 cm, engraved title (Abr. van Diepenbeke) + typographical title + viii pp + 68 leaves with 130 views of castles , one vignette and 1 coat of arms + half-title + 1 map (Brabant) + 1 plan (Antwerp) + 20 double page views + 3 single page views + 3 double and 2 single page engravings of funerary monuments . In all 153 views of castles or monasteries. 2 parts in one volume; Brabantia sacra et profana scenographice illustrata (on engraved title) ; idem, pars altera (on half-title bound before the maps and folding plates). Bound in modern brown half leather, sprinkled boards, raised gilt spine, some marginal tears expertly restored, margins of engraved title a bit browned, the outer margins of the double-page bird's eye view of Turnhout a bit cropped, but a fine copy of the rare first edition with the plates in strong impressions. See Bibliotheca Belgica Tome III pp. 842. First Antwerp edition. The text in our engraved frontispiece ''Brabantia Sacra et Profana scenographice illustrata'' is tipped on like the copy in the ''Stadsbibliotheek Antwerpen'' (see Bib. Bel. pp. 846 -2nd column). Apart from the 130 castle views, printed two on a page, which occur in all copies of this edition, our copy has the following maps and views printed on double or single page; Visscher map of Brabant, Plan of Antwerp, Cathedral tower of Antwerp (eng. Gilles Hendricx). Averbode, Bethlehem near Louvain, Castle Bouchout, Map of Breda, Sepulchral monument Breda, Castle Broechem, Carthusians Brussels, Carthusians Lier, Corsendonck, Tombstone Van Kuye, another sepulchral monument of a couple (signed Ertinger 1676). Facade of the Antwerp Jesuit Church, Castle Groenhoven, Pretorium Hovorst, Huldenberg, Castle Leeuwae (?), Castle Loupoigne, Tower of Saint-Rombout (Holler 1649), Sint-Michiel Antwerpen, Capucijnen Brussels, Franciscan Friars Antwerp, Castle Elewijt (2 plates), Tervueren, Turnhout, Tongerloo, Schaerbeek, Groenendaal. The Gallo-Brabantia map present in most copies of this edition is lacking.§. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 29302

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Buchbeschreibung: Wed: Nicolaus Visscher,, Amsterdam, 1719. Folio. 19th century half calf, spine ribbed and gilt. With richly engraved allegorical frontispiece by A. vander Laan after A. de Lairesse, full-page engraved map of the river De Vecht, and 102 half-page engraved views of the Houses and Gardens along De Vecht by Daniel Stoopendaal, plate 91 handcoloured. (2), 16, 37, (1 blank) pp. text. Rare first augmented edition of the 'Triumphant Vecht', with the famous print-series of the rich country houses and gardens along the river Vecht. The plates are numbered 1-98, but 4 extra views of the House Driemond are added under the nos. 94a-d. Daniel Stoopendaal was active at Amsterdam from 1685 to 1713, and he drew all the houses and gardens from nature, mostly seen from across the river, resulting in beautiful views of the meandering river Vecht. The gardens of several houses were drawn also from several other angles. The series gives a good impression of the rich and large classical gardens of the period. The beautiful country houses along the river Vecht were built in the last decennia of the Dutch Golden Age for the summer pleasures of the rich ship owners and merchants of Amsterdam, mostly mentioned by name in the titles underneath the plates. All views are also extensively praised and explained by Andries de Leth (1671-1732), who edited the print-series after the artist's death. His text, dated December 1718, covers the first sixteen pages preceeding the prints. At the end of the print-series another 37 pages of text contain a lengthy poem by Claas Bruin, describing a pleasure trip on the river Vecht, praising all houses and gardens he passes, with an extra poem inserted for "Ouderhoek", the country house of his friend Antoni van Hoek (1649-1720). On plate 49 is depicted one of the three visits of Czar Peter the Great to Van Hoeks' estate Ouderhoek in 1717.The first two views show a plan of the city of Utrecht and a profile view of Utrecht with the Dom rising high into the sky. The two last views show the two smaller cities at the end of the river Vecht, Weesp and Muiden. Weesp is seen from the side of the sluice, and the view of Muiden includes people working at the strengthening of the river bank. Like the title, the text underneath the views is bilingual, in Dutch and in French facing each other. The popularity of Stopendaals work resulted in the republishing of the Zegepralende Vecht in the same year. In 1791 a new edition appeared under the name De Vechtstroom. Some consider this to be an edition of less quality because of the frequent use of the same plates. The Zegepralende Vecht and the later De Vechtstroom differ on several points: Plate 19 of the estate Harteveld shows in the 1719 edition the house with windows with shutters. The 1791 edition shows English slide windows. There are also some minor differences in the depicting of the pavement in front of the house.As mentioned before Zegepralende Vecht was issued twice in 1719. The first edition contains 98 plates of which 4 plates of the House of Driemond (plates 93-96) . In this later 1719 edition it was extended with four more plates of the House of Driemond (plates 94a-94d). The Vechtstroom contains the 8 plates of Driemond. Another (minor) difference in the first 1719, and the later extended 1719 edition is in plate 96. This plate with the pond of the Driemond estate is different in both editions. Different plates seem to have been used. Also in plate 94, in this later 1719 edition there are two statues behind the hedge, in the first there are none. Our copy also contains a handcoloured plate (pl. 91). Fine copy. Springer p. 47; Hollstein XVIII, D. Stoopendaal 55; A. Lisman, Bij de nieuwe uitgave, uit: De zegenpralende Vecht, reprint 1998. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 17980

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Le BRUYN, Cornelius (1652-ca 1726) as Claas BRUIN.

Verlag: t'Aamsterdam: Nicolaus Visscher, 1719. (1719)

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Buchbeschreibung: t'Aamsterdam: Nicolaus Visscher, 1719., 1719. 3 works in one volume. Folio (14 4/8 x 9 2/8 inches). Additional engraved title-page by A. van der Laan after A. de Lairesse, fine engraved map of the river Vecht showing stately homes from Utrecht to Myden, 100 fine engraved vignettes of stately homes and grounds on 51 leaves by Daniel Stoopendaal. Original speckled calf, the spine in eight compartments with seven raised bands, red morocco lettering-piece in the second, the others decorated with fine gilt tools (extremities a bit rubbed). [BOUND WITH]: BROUERIUS van NIDEK, Matthaeus (1677-1743). Het Zegenpralend Kennemerland. Te Amsterdam: Andries en Hendrik de Leth, [1730]. Folio. 2 additional engraved title-pages, fine folding engraved map of Kennemerland, 102 fine engraved vignettes on 50 leaves. RADEMAKER, Abraham (1675-1735). Alle de voornaamste Gesigten van de Wydberoemde Steeden Alkmaar, Delft en Dordregt, Geleegen in de Provintie van Holland. Te Amsterdam: Leonardus Schenk, 1736. 67 fine engraved vignettes on 34 leaves. All three first editions, second issue of "De Zegepraalende Vecht " with four extra plates depicting the house of Driemond. Together these three works provide a comprehensive view of Dutch architecture at the end of the golden age of the empire. The detailed engravings are of stately homes, parks, and towns. Best known as a landscape artist, Le Bruyn travelled widely from a young age to Vienna, on to Rome then to Smyrna, Constantinople, Egypt, Jerusalem, Syria, Lebanon, and Turkey. Everywhere he went Le Bruyn depicted the scenes around him, he was especially interested in places of antiquity or historic interest, and his are the first images of the interior of a pyramids and Jerusalem to be widely available to a Westerners. "I want to offer accurate pictures of those cities, towns, and buildings that I have visited," he wrote, "and without recklessness I can claim to have done something that no one has done before" (reported by the New York Society Library). After an eight-years in Venice, Le Bruyn returned to The Hague in 1693 to publish his first book, "Reizen.door de vermaardste Deelen van Klein Asia." Delft, 1698. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 72lib35

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PAULLI, Simon

Verlag: Argentorati [Strassburg]: Officina Libraria Editoris, 1670. (1670)

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Buchbeschreibung: Argentorati [Strassburg]: Officina Libraria Editoris, 1670., 1670. 2 works in one volume (6 4/8 x 4 inches). Letterpress title-page printed in red and black with fine engraved vignette publisher's device, index printed in red and black. Early vellum over paste-boards, yapp fore-edges, title in manuscript on the spine. Provenance: with the ink library stamp of Fürstlich Solms-Lich'sche Bibliothek on the title-page of the first work. THE FIRST BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CARTOGRAPHY EXCEPTIONALLY RARE FIRST AND ONLY EDITION OF Paulli's "Orbis terraqueus", the first bibliography of cartography. A bookseller, Simon Paulli records maps in atlases and separately printed by country and by the major publishers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, including Blaeu, Jansonius, Visscher, Hondius, and Ortelius, in addition to those appearing in local topographical works, coasting pilots and maritime atlases. Maps relating to America appear between pages 113 and 118. [Bound after]: KNITTEL, Kaspar. Cosmographia elementaris. Propositionibus Physico-Mathematicis. Nurenberg: Endter, 1674. Sabin 59224. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000349

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Buchbeschreibung: Folio (400 x 255 mm). Mit Kupfertitel, nach Johann Jakob Arhardt gestochen von Peter Aubry, 6 doppelblattgrossen Karten (davon eine Weltkarte 'Orbis terrrarum typus de integro in plurimis') und 16 Kupfertafeln von Johann Carl Joseph Störchlin. Typographischer Titel in Rot und Schwarz. [20] Bl. (inkl. Kupfertitel), 48 S., [2] Bl. (Biblischer Kalender von Andreas Hyperius), 680 S., Zwischentitel (Die Propheten), 320, 104 S. (Apokryphen), 422 S. (Neues Testament), 1 Bl. (Bericht an den Buchbinder). Dunkelbrauner Lederband d. Z. über Holzdeckeln (420 x 280 mm), Rücken über 6 erhabenen Bünden, Deckel mit getriebenen Messingbeschlägen (Mittelstück und je vier Eckbeschläge), mit 2 intakten Messingschliessen, Doubluren aus violettem Brokatpapier, ziselierter Goldschnitt (Rückenkopf und -fuss beschädigt). Basel, Emanuel und Johann Rudolf Thurneysen, 1729. Schönes und komplettes Exemplar der 'Tossanus-Bibel', die zu den am aufwändigsten gestalteten und gedruckten illustrierten Prachtbibeln des Basler Thurneysen Verlags zählt. Basel profilierte sich sich nach dem Dreissigjährigen Krieg neben Strassburg, Frankfurt am Main sowie Nürnberg als eines der Zentren des Bibeldrucks. Sowohl im ausgehenden 17. wie auch im Verlauf des 18. Jahrhunderts verliessen nicht wenige gewichtige Bibelausgaben die Basler Druckerpressen. Die vorliegende Edition der Gebrüder Emanuel und Rudolf Thurneysen folgt in ihrer Textredaktion überraschenderweise nicht der neun Jahre zuvor im selben Verlag von den beiden einheimischen Pfarrern Friedrich Battier und Theodor Gernler edierten Version der Luther-Bibel (die sogenannte 'Thurneysen-Bibel'), sondern vielmehr der von dem Heidelberger Kontroversaltheologen Paul Toussain [latinisiert Paulus Tossanus (1572-1634)] veröffentlichten Bearbeitung. Die Glossen und Auslegungen Toussains gehen auf dessen 1617 in Heidelberg veröffentlichte Bearbeitung und Kommentierung der Luther-Bibel zurück. Toussain war der Sohn des reformierten Theologen Daniel Toussain. Nach dem Theologiestudium in Heidelberg, Altdorf, Genf und Leiden sowie anschliessenden Rektoraten in Deventer und Amsterdam erwarb Paul toussain 1599 in Basel den theologischen Doktorgrad. Danach wirkte er in verschiedenen Pfarrämtern in Frankenthal und Heidelberg, wo er seit 1613 nebenbei auch noch Dogmatik lehrte. Als Delegierter der Kurpfalz nahm er 1618 auch an der Synode der reformierten Gemeinden der Niederlande in Dordrecht teil. Für seine Bibeledition von 1617 griff Toussain auf die Uebersetzungen der Luther-, der Genfer- sowie der Zürcher-Bibel zurück, deren Texte er miteinander verglich, um so hinter die eigentliche Bedeutung des Bibeltextes zu gelangen. Sein Beitrag besteht denn auch vor allem in der Auslegung und neuen Glossierung im Sinne reformierter Glaubenshaltung. Das Abendmahl ist demnach Gedächtnisfeier und Brot und Wein versteht er als heilige Wahrzeichen (Siegel) für Leib und Blut Christi. Die Textversion des dritten und vierten Buchs Esra sowie des dritten und vierten Buchs der Makkabäer - von Martin Luther selbst nicht in den Corpus der biblischen Texte aufgenommen - folgt der Uebertragung durch Daniel Cramer (1568-1637), Pastor an der Marienkirche in Stettin. Weiteren Anteil an den revidierten Texten hatten Giovanni Diodati, Johann Schönauer, Bonaventura von Brunn, Peter Werenfelss, Theodor Wohlleb und Daniel Schönauer. Das Vorwort des Zürcher Theologen und Professors für Ethik und Naturrecht am Carolinum, Johann Jakob Ulrich (1683-1731), datiert vom 4. Dezember 1728. Nebst der prächtigen Weltkarte nach Nicolas Visscher, finden sich eine weitere doppelblattgrosse "Erklärung, oder geographische Beschreibung' des zwischen Euphrat und Tigris lokalisierten 'Paradieses', die Reiseroute und "Beschreibung der viertzig-jährigen Reise der Kinder Jsrael, eine Regionalkarte von Israel (Beschreibung des jüdischen Landes), von Aegypten und Kleinasien (Anatolien - 'Erklärung der Land-Tafel, über die Reisen der Apostel') und eine doppelblattgrosse Ansicht in Voge. Buchnummer des Verkäufers B349609

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TYSENS, Gysbert] & Claes Jansz. VISSCHER.

Verlag: Hendrik Bosch,, Amsterdam, (1728)

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Buchbeschreibung: Hendrik Bosch,, Amsterdam, 1728. Oblong 8vo. Contemporary half red roan. Engraved vignette on title, 12 numbered full-page engraved plates by Claes I. Visscher (including allegorical frontispiece). (4), 12 pp. First edition of an arcadic poem, glorifying the landscapes surrounding Haarlem and Zandvoort, by Gijsbert Tijsens (or Tysens) (1693-1732), poet and writer of comedies, illustrated with 12 landscape engravings by Claesz. Jansz. Visscher (1587-1652), which are published here for the second time. The engravings were originally published earlier, without the poem, by Claesz. Jansz. Visscher at Amsterdam in 1611 under the title: "Plaisante plaetsen''. "The earliest topographic print series in the Northern Netherlands. It is remarkable to see that such a high quality was achieved immediately with such a new theme" (V.d. Steur). With his landscapes, Visscher "began the development of the realistic Dutch landscape" (Laurentius, Oude Prenten, p. 35). The landscapes show the village of Zandvoort, its beach with an ancient lighthouse, inns and churches, peasants sun-bleaching cloth in the fields, a leper-house, farms, country roads, the ruins of the "Huis te Cleef" near Haarlem, etc., all showing people, animals, wagons, boats, etc. in scenes from daily life. Another edtion of the plates with the poem was published in 1748, now with the name of the author Tysens on the title.List of plates:1. Allegorical frontispiece with the Haarlem coat of arms flanked by Diligentia displaying a view of Haarlem and Father Time with sythe and hourglass. With the four-line verse: 'Wie vreugde en wellust. Haarlems ouden wal'. 2. Vierbake 't Santvoordt. (With index of the numbered plates below). View of the Zandvoort beach seen through the stone arch of a window, with Visscher's name and address on a cloth hanging from the sill above a sculpture of a fisherman (an allusion to Visscher's name). On the window ledge are objects alluding to the arts of printing, painting, etching and map-making.3. Santvoordt.4. Paters herbergh5. Potjes herbergh.6. Aende wegh na Leyden.7. Onder weegen Heemstee.8. Blekerijen door den Houdt.9. Lasery van Haerlem. (Leper-house of Haarlem).10. Playsante plaets aede duy kat.11. Blekerye aede duyne gelegen.12. 't Huys te Kleef. Good copy, with bookplates of Vincent van Gogh, H. Boekenoogen, B. van Hees and A. van Hees.- (Hinges weak). Nijhoff-Van Hattum 299; Hollstein XXXVIII (ill. in XXXIX), 149-160; V.d. Steur, Harlemia Illustrata, pp. 8-9 & nos. 56-67; not in van Veen, De souticheydt des buyten-levens. Buchnummer des Verkäufers A4BG6DN2TFCR

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Buchbeschreibung: Rome, Amsterdam et Rome, s.e., 1620-1629; 3 suites reliées en un volume in-8 oblong, 52 ff. + 26 ff. + 24 ff., plein daim de l'époque, dos muet à nerfs, filet d'encadrement sur les plats, armes non identifiées sur les plats (accidents aux coiffes et aux coins, coupes frottées). Recueil factice de trois suites de gravures italiennes du début du XVIIe siècle, extrêmement rares. La première suite, par Mercati, est composée d'un titre gravé, d'un feuillet de dédicace gravé, et de 50 feuillets de planches (numérotés de 3 à 52, les pages de titre et de dédicace étant comptées comme ff. 1 et 2, sans être numérotées); les deux premiers feuillets présentent des traces anciennes de restauration grossière à la bande adhésive, des marques de pliures et des manques de papier en marges du premier feuillet ; les planches 3 et 4 présentent des traces de pliures (planche 3 avec manque de papier dans la marge) ; les planches 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17 et 36 présentent des traces de mouillures claires avec atteinte aux gravures, aux coins supérieurs gauches ; l'ensemble des marges des planches comporte des rousseurs ou des traces de mouillure sans atteinte aux gravures. Ces vues, dédiées au grand-duc de Toscane Ferdinand II à l'occasion de son voyage à Rome, constituent un itinéraire élégiaque dans les ruines de la Rome ancienne. La suite suivante, par Guilliam van Nieuwelandt, est constituée d'un titre gravé et de 25 gravures sur cuivre, numérotées de 1 à 26 (la gravure n°10 étant absente). Toutes les planches (98 x 153 mm environ) ont été découpées, parfois rognées un peu court, et contrecollées dans le recueil. Référence : Nagler XI, p. 339, nos. 1-26 ; Hollstein (Nieulandt) 50-75, Hollstein (C. J. Visscher) 169-194III. La datation de cette suite gravée de Nieuwelandt est sujette à controverse : certains la donnent en 1618, d'autres en 1628 ; le doute vient du fait que la date gravée de la page de titre est difficilement lisible. La troisième et dernière suite, par Francesco Villamena, est composée d'un titre gravé, d'un avis au lecteur et de 22 gravures numérotées. Comme pour la suite de Nieuwelandt, toutes les planches (122 x 86 mm environ) ont été découpées, parfois rognées un peu court, et contrecollées dans le recueil. Une main ancienne a copié l'une des planches du troisième recueil en regard du sujet, a griffonné une remarque sous l'une des planche de la deuxième série, et a esquissé quelques sujets. Bel ensemble, malgré les défauts signalés, de près d'une centaine de gravures du début du XVIIe, désirable en raison de sa grande rareté. 1620. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 201301032

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WILLIGEN, Adriaan van der.

Verlag: A. Loosjes Pz., 18111813, Haarlem, (1811)

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Buchbeschreibung: A. Loosjes Pz., 18111813, Haarlem, 1811. 4 parts in 2 vols. Large 8vo. Contemporary half calf, spine gilt with orange title-labels. With large stipple-engraved medallion portrait of the author by Velyn after a painting by W. Hendriks on engraved general title, 3 separate titles, and 13 full-page engraved views and costume-plates by J. P. Visscher Bender after H. Gotta, J. Grandjean, etc., incl. several after his own designs, all versos blank. VIII, 269, (1); IV, 292; VIII, 322; VIII (=6), 405, (3) pp. First and only edition of a rare popular account of a trip from Paris to Naples, by way of Tirol, and from Naples back to the Netherlands by way of Switzerland and along the Rhine, written by Adriaan van der Willigen (1766-1841), a young Dutchman and - to judge from his portrait - a lover of the good life, who made many study trips and journeys to Germany, France and Italy, mostly in the company of his friend C. Evers, to study the art of painting and to visit the most important art collections of early 19th century Europe. He was one of the first art historians and a famous collector of art and books. The finely engraved plates in this work show a view of Stuttgart, the costumes of Tirol, the amphitheatre in Verona, ice-pleasure on the lagoon of Venice, a large folding view of Naples seen from the Bay, the lake of Albano, Pompei, the costumes of Roman peasants, the ruins of the Temple of Peace, costumes of the women of Leghorn, a view of Bologne, a Swiss farmer with a little girl blowing the Alp-horn, and a view of Frankfurt. Van der Willigen wrote a number of other travel books (see Tiele 1212-3), and a treatise on the causes of the lack of good history painters in the Netherlands and the means to train them, which was published by the Teylers's Tweede Genootschap. Most famous he became by the publication, together with R. van Eynden, of his history of Dutch painting, the Geschiedenis der Vaderlandsche schilderkunst, in 4 vols, 1816-40. Good copy.- (Sl. defects to spines). Tiele 1213, note; not in Buisman, Waller, Muller, De Vries, etc.; Saalmink, p. 2187, lists 4 copies. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 21825

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BISCHOFF, JAN DE

Verlag: s.n., Amsterdam (1740)

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Buchbeschreibung: s.n., Amsterdam, 1740. 1 vol. Incisioni 31x19 cm., frontespizio figurato e 100 tavole, legatura posteriore in mezza pergamena, ex libris alla sguardia incollata, buon esemplare Le tavole raffigurano statue antiche, utili come disegni preparatori per gli artisti. Ottima copia, non sono state trovate notizie riguardo a quest'opera, risulta essere particolarmente rara. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9038

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Torquatus a Frangipani, A. J.

Verlag: s/e, (Amsterdam?) (1663)

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Buchbeschreibung: s/e, (Amsterdam?), 1663. 3/4 Leather. Buchzustand: Good. (8)+67+(40) pp ills Folio Tall folio. 400 x 274 mm. Contemp. 1/2 sheep over marbled paper boards, rubbed, minor worming in spine and to covers, t. p. laid-down with repaired worm track, second leaf remargined in inner margin, some margins repaired etc., some clean tears at edges of large folding plates (with modern archival repairs), a missing piece of the blank margin of one folding plate is restored, occ. Rust holes; generally clean and crisp. Extra engraved t. p. & section titl by Jan van Visscher after designs by Torquatus, engraved t.p., engraved arms, port of Konigsmark by Jan von Meurs, 4 large folding plates by Gerrit van Feneam after Torquatus, 12 large emblematic text engravings. First edition. Rare, beautiful panegyric book issued to celebrate the life, and commemorate the death of Hans Christoff von Konigsmarck (1605-1663) Swedish General of the Thirty Years War. war ein guter Offizier und ein vorzuglicher Organisator, eine Eigenschaft, die er bei der Neueinrichtung der schwed. Verwaltung in Bremen und Verden bewies Er galt als einer der reichsten Manner seiner Zeit (NDB 12,360). Possibly printed in Amsterdam (cf. Thieme-Becker under Fenaem), Antwerp (cf. British museum cat.), Slesvig or Kiel (cf. Moller, J. Cimbria literata. Havniae, 1744. v. 2, p. 894). Berlin Cat. 3169. Warmhostz XIII, 7357. Praz 195. Graesse IV, 39. OCLC: 41325854 (incomplete). RLIN: CJPA89-B13250 (2 copies). Emblems. Art. illustrated. Sweden. Dutch. Festival Book. Death. Funerals. Occult. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 0061030924

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BRIL, Matthaeus.

Verlag: Claes Jansz. Visscher,, (Amsterdam), (1651)

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Buchbeschreibung: Claes Jansz. Visscher,, (Amsterdam), 1651. Oblong 8vo. Later half cloth with green boards and white label with title in ink in ms. pasted on front cover. Engraved title, and 24 engraved full-page numbered plates, numbered 1-25 (ca. 110 x 158 mm. (borderlines: ca. 95 x 150-5 mm). Extremely rare second edition of this fine print series after the pastoral landscapes and Italianised city views designed by Mathaeus (Mattheus) Bril and executed by Simon Frisius. Mathaeus Bril (II) was born in Antwerp, ca. 1550 and died in Rome in 1583. He was the son of the painter Mathaeus Bril (I) and brother of the painter Paulus Bril (1554-1626). Mathaeus is less famous than his brother: at an early age he traveled to Italy and became successful in Rome where he painted frescoes, a.o. in the rooms of the Foconi in the Vatican, a fresco with the Four Seasons in the Sala di Consistorio, and a decorative series of paintings in the Torre dei Venti. But Mathaeus died young; it is said that he drowned in the Tiber in Rome where he worked most of his life.Simon Wynouts Frisius was born in ca. 1580 at Harlingen and died in The Hague in 1629. He has travelled in France (Paris 1598-9, 1620) and Germany and settled in The Hague in 1612, where he stayed for the rest of his life. The first edition of this print series was published by H. Hondius in 1611 in The Hague, with the same title platecontaining the text: 'Topographia variarum regionum. Inventa a Mathaeo Bril, aeri incisa a Simone Frisio. Ab H. Hondio excusa'. Only one copy of this first edition is recorded in the STCN (in the University Library, Leiden). No copy of our second edition, however, is present in a Dutch public library! We could only trace a copy in the British Library, London, while Hollstein mentions a copy in the library in Dresden.Adding to the rarity of the series is the fact that it apparently is the last work published by the famous publisher and engraver of maps and views Claes Jansz. Visscher (1587-1652). The Thesaurus by Gruys and De Wolf mentions 1647 as the year of his last published work (as does the STCN)!An other series with the same title was published in 1614 by H. Hondius in The Hague (second and third edition in 1652; Hollstein VII, p. 27, nrs. 64-91). Some views contain New Testament scenes (nrs. 14 and 15 (Nativity), 18) and nr. 11 a half-hidden erotical scene. Fine series.- (Sm. and insign. marginal water stain in some lvs). Hollstein VII, p.26, nrs. 40-63; Wurzbach, I, p. 183; A. Mayer, Das Leben und die Werke der Brüder Matthaeus u. Paul Bril (1910). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 7ADDT8W45JNN

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Buchbeschreibung: Anvers ( Antwerpen ), Aux dépens de l'Auteur, 1790, in-folio album, 40 x 28,5 cm, engraved title + engraved dedication + 32 engraved plates (all but one portraits) + (1)lf (manuscript index) + 3 portraits loosely inserted. Bound in contemporary brown half roan, marbled covers, smooth spine with very simple gilt decoration. Upper inner joint a bit weak, with the usual slight stains and some thumbmarks, but a fine copy. Rare portrait album of the leading figures of the Brabant Revolution of 1787; the Southern Low Countries rising against the Austrian Habsburg empire. This collection of portraits is the masterpiece of the director of the Antwerp Academy of Fine Arts, the Antwerp painter André Bernard de Quertenmond. Due to the breathtaking succession of political regimes at the end of the 18th century in present-day Belgium the projected number of portraits (80) was never realised. Our copy contains 31 portraits, many of them avant-la-lettre. Among the engravers were Augustin de Saint-Aubin , J. Chevillet , P.J. Rutten, Nicolas Dandeleau, Ernst Karl Thelott. The names of the sitters as bound in; Frankenberg , Nelis , van Eupen , d'Ognies Grimberghe , Wouters abbé de Parck , Jean Joseph comte van der Noot , Maras abbé de Grimberghe , duc d'Ursel , Marquis de Chasteler , Abbaye de Villers (vacante) , Cloquet abbé de Villers , Charles Bernard Comte van de Werve , Egide de Jonghe , Charles comte de Nassau , Louis Englebert d'Arenberg , Corneille Mens , Antoine van Wamel , Hermans Abbas Tongerloënsis , Henri de Locquenghien , Honoré de Visscher baron d'Hove , Philippe comte de Limminghe , Robert d'Udekem , Henri Verassel , Marquis de Wemmel , Baron de Baudequin , Jean Vanderlinden d'Hoogvorst, Philippe comte van der Meere , abbé d' Heylissem , le marquis d'Ittre , Jean Coloma , Abbé Feller , Josephus Garnier. The portraits of Wouters , Van de Werve and baron de Baudequin are, among others, avant la lettre. Loosely inserted are three imprints of these portraits ''après la lettre'' with a very noticeable difference of imprint quality. (See article on Quertenmond in the ''Biographie Nationale''. See at length article of Prof. Jan Rogiers - KUL - in Ex Officina 1988).§. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 32495

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Buchbeschreibung: Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. 5 double page folding engraved maps (double-hemispheric world map after Nicolaas Visscher, 3 of the Holy Land, and one of the itinerary of the Apostles); double-page engraved bird's-eye view of Jerusalem. Including engraved additional title. 4 parts in one volume. Folio 16" x 10.25", old gilt-panelled calf over wooden board with brass center- and cornerpieces, catches, and one clasp (of 2); Exodus map partly separated at fold in lower right with small piece missing from image, Jerusalem view partly separated at folds. There are some handwritten notes on endpapers, but do not seem to have any great significance. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000841

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Elzevier’s La Sainte Bible from 1669]

Verlag: Chez Louys & Daniel Elzevier, Amsterdam (1669)

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Buchbeschreibung: Chez Louys & Daniel Elzevier, Amsterdam, 1669. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Very Good. 4 parts in one volume. Elephant folio (385 x 260 x 130mm). Collation: first part: [lxxxiv], 732pp., (paginated 366), 3 folding maps; second part: [iv], 324pp. (paginated 162); third part: [iv], 404pp. (paginated 202), 2 folding maps; fourth part: 140pp. (paginated 70). Signatures: *(4); a-e(6); f(8); A-Z(6); Aa-Zz(6); Aaa-Ppp(6); A-Z(6); Aa-Cc(6); Dd(8); *(2); A-Z(6); Aa-Kk(6); Ll(4); A-L(6); M(4). Engraved frontispiece (363 x 226mm) signed N. Berchem Invent." & Matham [sic] Sculp" depicting two female figures holding "La Sainte Bible;" together with two cherubs, one holding the Ten Commandments and "Le Saint Evangile;" the latter with his foot on a skull. This spectacular frontispiece combines the works from three profound engravers of Dutch 17th century publishing activities. There are numerous engraved illustrations throughout the text, plus five added maps and plans. Four of these (Paradis terrestre (facing p. 3, part 1), Voyages des Israelites (facing p. 86, part 1), Pais de Canaan (facing p. 1 part 3), Voyages des Apotres (facing p. 68, part 3) were designed specifically for this edition by N. Berchem; the first three were executed by A. Blotelingh and the last mentioned by I. de Visscher. The fifth inserted engraving is an unsigned map of Jerusalem (facing p. 247, part 1), plus the Temple and Temple furniture, and was copied from the Polyglot Bible printed in London in 1655-57. (see Chambers, Bibliography of French Bibles II; Seventeenth Century French Language.p. 482 ff.) Woodcut printer’s device on title of Minerva, an owl and olive tree with proverbial legend "Ne extra oleas" (Nothing but the olive). Contemporary vellum, spliced or splitting in some areas otherwise holding up well, a robust volume. La Sainte Bible printed by Louis and Daniel Elzevier of Amsterdam, has been called "without exception the most splendid French Bible ever printed" (Bibl. Sussexiana). However, Brunet, echoed by Graesse, calls is "très remarquable par sa belle éxecution typographique; mais la correction en a eté peu soignée, et les notes ne sont pas estimées." A magnificent but not very correct edition. According to the catalogue of 1675 it was printed in four sizes of type, Imperial, France Real, Veluws Real and Grand Mediaen. It was one of the few large-format productions of the Elzevier presses, better known for their small Port-Royal New Testaments. The two printmakers who engraved Berchem’s designs for the Bible maps, Abraham Blooteling (1640-1690) and Jan de Visscher (1632-1692), were highly respected artists who lived and worked in Amsterdam. These engravers must have been acquainted, and had probably studied together in the workshop of Cornelis Visscher. Both most likely were selected, or at least approved, by Berchem as engravers of the map prints. Four of the five maps within the 1669 La Sainte Bible are ornamented with illustrations engraved from models by Berchem. Designs on the fifth map may also be by Berchem. Buchnummer des Verkäufers KK6561

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HUYGENS, Constantin (sic!) (1596-1687),

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Buchbeschreibung: 's Graven-Hage, Adriaen Vlack, met Privilegie vande Heeren Staten van Hollant ende West-Friesland, 1658. Stout 4°., original calfbacked boards. [1, blank], engraved and embellished title print (verso blank), ti.-p. printed in red and black with engraved vignette (verso with table of contents)[2]pp. of explanation to title print;[18], 1355; [1, blank]pp. Portrait of author (engraved by C. de Visscher after Christiaan Huygens; recte with extract from Privilege), large engraved plan of author's Countryseat "Hofwijck", with legenda at tail, decorative engraved initials, explanatory notes to poems at tail margins, author's supplementary note, explanatory glossary. Original copy of the FIRST edition published with the collected poems, including the famous epigrams, by Constantijn Huygens, famous author and poet, diplomat and scientist of the Dutch Golden Age, a true "Homo Universalis". Very good and clean copy. Rare. (spine skilfully rebacked with original spine laid-down, covers a bit soiled, top-margin a bit trimmed, a very clean copy inside). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 51233

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PERRAULT, CHARLES,

Verlag: Asd., Nicolaus Visscher, n.d. [1682]. (1682)

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Buchbeschreibung: Asd., Nicolaus Visscher, n.d. [1682]., 1682. (XXII)+81+(5)+79+(1 blank)+(8) pp. With engraved plan and 40 engr. plates by Swidde after Sebastien Le Clerc. Hardcover. Modern marbled paper over boards. Good. (Title sl. browned/stained, top corner clipped, few pages a bit frayed/torn in top edges, light marginal waterst. in a few pages/plts.). * Dutch reprint of the description of the designs for fountains at the Versailles Labyrinth. Original French prose descriptions by Charles Perrault and fables in verse by I. de Benserade, with translations into English by J. Morisson, German by A. Muller and Dutch by A. Jansen van der Goes. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 58053

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