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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam, Jacob Lindenberg 1702/1703, 1702. 2 works in 1 binding, Bible: (frontispiece, 2, portrait, 15) 278, 112, 70, (frontispiece with explanation) 132 folia. De Hooghe: (frontispiece with explanation, 1) 69 folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 6 raised bands, 8 corner-pieces and 2 clasps, Folio H. 47,5 x L. 32 x W. 12 cm. (Dutch Luther Bible containing the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha. This edition is translated from the German by Nicolaes Biestkens and is revised by Adolf Visscher. Adolf Visscher revised the Mennonite translation of Biestkens and his translation became the standard Bible for the Dutch Lutherans. The Bible is interleaved with the work of Romeyn de Hooghe which contains a frontispiece with explanation, a titlepage, 5 maps and 69 folia, each with 2 engravings and marginal notes. This set of Bible illustrations was bound in a number of different translations and editions of the Bible during this period. The total work contains 3 frontispieces, a portrait, 5 maps and 138 engravings with ca. 800 illustrations on them. All of the frontispieces, maps, engravings, vignettes and capital letters are beautifully handcoloured and heightened with gold by the uncrowned master of the late 17th century Dutch colourists, Dirk Jansz. van Santen. Van Santen was an unsurpassed artist and made beautiful pieces of art out of numerous book illustrations. Typical for his colouring is the abundant use of gold and the use of vivid colours for both the borders and the engravings and maps itself. On the 11th of February 1982, prof. H. de la Fontaine Verwey, who thoroughly explored Van Santen’s oeuvre, inspected this Bible, and certified that the colouring is undoubtedly by the hand of Van Santen. The work has not been for sale before. For generations it has been the property of a private family in Haarlem and the last 30 years it has been in the hands of a private collector. An exceptionally beautiful copy. What makes it even more exclusive is the fact that the engravings by De Hooghe, although very appreciated, were almost never coloured. This was due to the numerous details and the almost impressionistic design of his engravings which made it almost impossible for the colourists to colour the prints without creating chaos. However, Van Santen was able to give even the prints by De Hooghe extra quality and the splendid colouring proves his unmistakable expertise.) 2 werken in 1 band, Bijbel: (titelprent, 2, portret, 15) 278, 112, 70, (titelprent met verklaring) 132 folia. De Hooghe: (titelprent met verklaring, 1) 69 folia. Origineel Leer met ribben, stempels, 8 hoekstukken en 2 sloten, Folio H. 47,5 x B. 32 x D. 12 cm. (Nederlandse Lutherbijbel bevattende het Oude en Nieuwe Testament en de Apocriefen. Deze uitgave is door Nicolaes Biestkens uit het Duits vertaald en werd bewerkt door Adolf Visscher. Adolf Visscher herzag de Doperse vertaling van Biestkens en zijn vertaling werd de standaard Bijbel voor de Nederlandse Luthersen. De Bijbel is doorschoten met het werk van Romeyn de Hooghe dat bestaat uit een titelprent met verklaring, een titelpagina, 5 kaarten en 69 folia met op elk 2 gravures met bijschrift. Deze set van bijbelillustraties werd in een verschillend aantal van vertalingen en edities van de Bijbel gebonden rond deze periode. Met in totaal 3 titelprenten, een portret, 5 kaarten en 138 gravures met daarop ca. 800 afbeeldingen. Al de titelpagina's, kaarten, gravures, vignetten en kapitalen zijn fraai handgekleurd en opgehoogd met goud door de ongekroonde meester van de laat 17e eeuwse Nederlandse kleurders of 'afsetters' Dirk Jansz. van Santen. Van Santen was een weergaloos artiest en maakte van talloze prenten en boekillustraties prachtige kunststukken. Kenmerkend voor zijn kleuring is de rijkelijke toepassing van goudverf en het gebruik van levendige kleuren voor zowel de randen als de gravures en kaarten zelf. Op 11 februari 1982 heeft prof. H. de la Fontaine Verwey, die het werk van Van Santen uitgebreid heeft bestudeerd, deze Bijbel geinspe. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 201542

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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). 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. 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) "Planisphaeriam terrestre sive terrarum orbis." [1696], 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. Catalogued by Kate Hunter. 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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HAGEN, Christiaan, van der.

Verlag: Amsterdam Leiden -1724 (1670)

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam Leiden -1724, 1670. Large Folio. (55 x 33 cm). Composite atlas comprising 23 engraved mapsheets incorporating two large multi-sheet wall-maps and 6 double-page maps (4 with fine original hand-colour with a separate letterpress title and key pasted to bottom), title leaves of the large map somewhat browned, upper joint weak, blind tooled vellum with rules and ornamental centre piece with arabesques, gilt, small split at headband, spine in 10 compartments with raised bands, gilt; spine splitting. A fine composite atlas of maps and views of the city of Leiden, with Hagen's famous wall-maps, both large and small and both complete. It incorporates Leiden's administrative structure in beautiful, strong contemporary hand-colour. The large wall-map, issued in 1670, is engraved on 10 double-page and 4 full-page mapsheets, while the small wall-map, issued five years later, is printed on 3 double-page mapsheets. Both maps include lovely engraved views of the city, especially the 9 larger views of the 1670 map. Very interestingly, the atlas, compiled in the early 18th century, includes five separate versions of the small map: one complete with the title and the views, and four focusing only on the plan of the city, all four coloured by hand to make visible various aspects of the city. With some paper slips and other letterpress titles pasted on the engraved sheets, these four versions show: the extensions of the town, the Fire Brigade quarters, the division of the town in the eight companies of the citizen's militia and the town quarters. The atlas gives therefore a unique insight in the organisation of the city at the turn of the century. The volume also includes Reeds' 1717 mapping of the siege of Leyden in 1573-74, as well as van der Aa's issue of a map of part of Holland originally due to Visscher. The detailed content of the atlas is available on request. Born in Bremen ca. 1635, Christiaan van der Hagen worked as an engraver in Amsterdam from ca.1660 until his death in 1688. He is mostly remembered for these impressive wall-maps. Contents: 1. HAGEN, Christiaan, van der. 'Lugdunum Batavorum ANo 1670'. Leiden, 1670. Engraved wall-map printed on 10 double-page and 4 full-page mapsheets. The map comprises a central plan printed on four sheets of c.470 by 600mm each. In the left hand corner below: Legends (A-Z and 1-110); at the right: the names of the city officials: 'Den Schout ende 40 Raden'; an upper border frieze (printed on three sheets of c.340 by 600mm each) containing the title: "Lugdunum Batavorum ANo 1670", with the coat-of-arms of Leiden in the middle and the coat-of-arms of the four aldermen: Mr. Herman van der Meer, Mr. Johan Meerman (left) and Mr. Rippert van Groenendyck and Herman Schul (right); a large prospect of the city at the lower border (printed on three sheets of c.350 by 600mm each); and 9 engraved views after Johan Douw Jr. (printed on 8 sheets of c.250 by 300mm) depicting The town hall, Academy/hortus botanicus ('Kruythof'), Pieterskerk, Pancraskerk, Maren kerk, Nieugefondeerde kerk, Lakenhal and Den Burg. The complete mounted wall-map would measure c.1650 by 1200mm. 2. HAGEN, Christiaan, van der. 'Anno / Lugdunum / 1675'. Leiden, [1675]. Engraved wall-map printed on 3 double-page mapsheets. The map comprises a central double-page plan (525 by 620mm) titled 'Batavorum' with the coat-of arms of Mr. H. van der Meer, Fl. van Sanen, J. van den Bergh and Mr. D. van Alphen at the top. In the lower left corner: Legends 1-63; right a scale division with two angels, Mercury and the River God Rhine; a separate upper border comprising the coat-of-arms of Leiden and the title: "Anno / Lugdunum / 1675" (c.160 by 620mm); lower border prospect of Leiden from the North (c.130 by 620mm); decorative border to sides and upper corners composed of 17 engraved town views (each c.110 by 130mm) to be mounted at the left and right of the map, here printed on one double-page leaf: (left:) Pieters kerck, Pancras kerck, Haerlemmer poort, Mare poort, Syl poor. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 71676

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Speculum Zelandiae dat is Een Beschryvinge ofte

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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Atlas Maior.: F. De Wit

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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VISSCHER, Nicolaes II (1649-1702)

Verlag: Amsterdam: Nicolaes Visscher, ca 1740s (1740)

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam: Nicolaes Visscher, ca 1740s, 1740. VISSCHER, Nicolaes II (1649-1702). Atlas minor, sive totius orbis terrarum contracta delinea ex conatibus. Amsterdam: Nicolaes Visscher, ca 1740s Folio (21 7/8 x 13 inches). Late 18th-century manuscript contents leaf listing 34 maps, further annotated in the 20th-century. Engraved allegorical title-page with exceptionally fine original hand-colour in full (laid down), double-page engraved Historical and Geographical table (1704), double-hemisphere world map (Shirley 578) and 34 double-page maps, including 2 folding, all with exceptional contemporary hand-colour in full (some early repairs to verso). 18th-century half calf, marbled paper boards (worn). Provenance: 18th-century and 20th-century annotations to the contents leaf An interesting composite atlas, including Allard's lovely world map, maps of the continents and 4 of Russia, maps of China, the East Indies, Ceylon, 4 of Africa, 4 of the Americas, 4 of the British Isles, and 6 of Scandinavia. 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 Allard's Recentissima Novi Orbis, sive Americae Septentrionalis et Meridionalis tabula of North and South America Visscher's Insulae Americanae in Oceano Septentrionali ac Regiones adiacentes, a C. de May usque ad Linem Aequinoctialem Visscher's Nova Tabula Geographica complectens Borealiorem Americae Partem: in qua exacte delineatae sunt Canada sive Nova Francia, Nova Scotia, Nova Anglia, Novum Belgium, Pensylvania, Virginia, Carolina, et Terra Nova One of a series of mostly 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 including 13 maps by Visscher, 6 by Allard, 2 by Blaeu, 2 by Christopher Browne, i by Overton, 3 by Valk and Schenk, 3 by Mortier, 3 by de Wit and 1 by Oleario. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 72lib1495

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PISCIUM VIVAE ICONES. In aes incise et: COLLAERT, Adriaen
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Buchbeschreibung: Hardcover. Buchzustand: Very Good. An attractive set of eleven hand-coloured copperplate engravings in passe-partouts in attractive wooden frames (each 35.5 x 30.5 including, and 20 x 15.5 cm without the frame). First edition. Engraved and published by Adriaen Collaert, [Antwerp, c. 1598]. Ten landscapes with depictions of fish and one decorative title page from Adriaen Collaert¿s series of prints Piscium vivae icones. One of the great commercial successes of this well-known Flemish engraver, who succeeded in reputation even his teacher and father in law Philip Galle. The entire series consisted of 26 engravings including a title-page, which were sometimes sold as a set and sometimes separately. Gilt-heightened copies with original colour such as these are very rare. Although some coloured copies are known, unlike this one those tend to be heightened in Arabic gum and coloured using cheap pigments. Generally these are later states of the engravings. Our engravings are from the first state and first edition of the set, as is clear from the inscription on the title page, which reads ¿in aes incisae et editae ab Adriano Collardo¿ (engraved in copper and published by Adriaan Collaert). A similar leaf with a title page on birds Avium Vivae Icones, in aes incise & editae ab Adriano Collardo, is present in the collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Joyce Zelen from the catalogue department confirmed the presence of such gilt-heightened accents in this engraving (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, object RP-P-1997-86). The first edition was the only one which was engraved and published by Collaert himself. The second edition was produced, and the plates reworked, by Collaert¿s brother in law Theodoor Galle, who added his name to the title page and numbered the up to then unnumbered copper plates. The third and last edition was produced by Collaert¿s sons Jan and Carel. The first editions of Collaerts work are extremely scarce and far superior to others. Collaert catered to the demands of the popular culture of his time and his prints were highly sought after. Copies were produced in Paris by Peter Firens, in Utrecht by Crispijn de Passe, in Venice by Justus Sadeler and in Amsterdam by Nicolaes Visscher. Rare original colouring of copper engravings, heightening in gilt. Fish, shells, crustaceans, and turtles are depicted in fictitious, romantic, landscapes inspired by Pieter Brueghel the Elder. The landscapes appear to present an overview of the role aquatic species played in the economy of the Low Countries, featuring fishermen¿s boats, fish being caught, fish markets, fish being salted and placed in barrels, and limekilns. Although some marine species are depicted, the engravings show mostly freshwater species. A number of fish are not anatomically correct, which in some cases may be meant to be entertaining and in some cases may be a simple mistake. Overall though, the depictions are true to life and the physical characteristics needed to determine the species are clearly depicted. The study of nature received much attention in the sixteenth century, not only because of practical motives such as the improvement of medicine and agriculture but also because of religious motives, in the sense that to study nature was to study creation and therefore the creator. This led to a stream of publications on all types of animals and also found it¿s way into popular culture which meant publishers started producing sets of animal depictions such as these. Although it is often assumed that in such depictions the scientific accuracy of the depictions was less important, these engravings feature depictions copied from renowned naturalists as well as images which appear to be original and which were later reproduced in scientific publiciations. The majority of the depicted species were copied from the works of contemporaries including famous naturalists such as Pierre Belon, Hipolito Salviani, Guillaume Rondelet, and Conrad Gessner. Others are either original or were copied after an. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 205028

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Schenk, Petrus the Elder

Verlag: Petrus Schenck ca. 1700, Amsterdam (1700)

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Buchbeschreibung: Petrus Schenck ca. 1700, Amsterdam, 1700. First Edition. Folio (530 x 320 mm). Bound in contemporary marbled boards (sympathetically repaired), corners worn and spine partially defective. COMPLETE with engraved title-page and 26 double-page maps, all colored by a contemporary hand, plus the engraved Index leaf ("Atlas Minor") bound in at end. Soiling throughout, some corners of maps worn, unobtrusive stablizing repairs, childish penciled scribble on verso of one map, small burn hole in lower cover extending through Index leaf and final three maps (not objectionable). A well used but honest copy in a contemporary binding, with original hand-colouring throughout, and absolutely complete. Complete, hand-coloured copy of the First Edition of the first Atlas published by Petrus Schenk the Elder (1660-1718/9), the important and prolific Amsterdam map-maker. The maps are by various authorities: Nic. Visscher, Danckerts, De Wit, Van Keulen, Janssonius, Ottens, Hondius, Valk, and Peter Schenk himself. The Sanson maps are the first ones that Schenk published. The fine frontispiece was designed by G. de Lairesse and engraved by Jac. Baptist after a drawing by Phil. Tideman. It depicts Neptune, a woman representing Europe who gestures towards a massive globe, at the base of which two putti engage in cartography, in the foreground are two lions, and in the background the massive figure of Atlas holding the world. Some of the maps have elaborate figures by none other than Romeyn de Hooghe. While the great World map, and the map of North and South America are justly celebrated, and frequently reproduced, of particular interest to us is the map of "Belgii Pars Septentrionalis communi nomine Vulgo Hollandia" which has been overlooked by virtually all authorities: at the top there is an inset map of the East Coast of the United States, in which are specifically named "Niew Neederland," "Nova Anglia," "Lang Eylant," "Niew Iarsey," "Niew Jorck," "Pennsylvania," and "Virginia." There is also a charming view of New York City taken from the Battery.Our copy collates exactly as per Koeman, and - more importantly - with the engraved list of maps bound in at the end, namely: 26 maps + the title page (see below); Koeman describes this edition as the first, noting that Schenk then begin issuing composite volumes under the same title, containing reimpressions of the present maps, plus some "new" maps, plus maps from other atlases. By definition, the number of maps in these later volumes varied from copy to copy. It is noteworthy the restrikes of the present maps are characterized by significantly inferior impressions, as we would expect considering that some of the plates had been in continuous use for 10-15 years. CONTENTS: 1. Titulus (erased ink inscription on back of Europa and chest of Atlas; lion's eyes dotted with pencil; one putti outlined in black ink). 2. Nova orbis Tabula.3. America (tear along lower plate mark with loss of a portion of blank margin). 4. Africa. 5. Asia.6. Europa.7. Moscovia sive Russia.8. Suesia Scandanavia. Dania et Norvegia.9. Dania.10. Germania.11. Bohemia.12. Rhenus Superior. Lotharingia, Helvetia, Alsatia, Suevia, Burgandia.13. Rhenus Inferior (bound before Map 12).14. Hollandia.15. Belgium Regium (vignette of soldier in upper left with verizontal and vertical pencil rules).16. Flandria.17. Brabantia.18. Anglia, Scotia & Hibernia.19. Gallia (this map is dated "1709" although Koeman dates this edition of the Atlas to "ca. 1700"). 20. Hispania & Portugallia.21. Italia, Corsica & Sardinia (creased along fold in right gutter margin).22. Sabaudia et Pedemontium.23. Hungaria, Graesia, Morea, Condia & Archipelagus.24. Mare Mediterraneum. 2 fols.25. Polonia, Lithuania, Podolia, Ukrania, Prussia, Livonia, et Churlandia.26. Turcicum Imperium.27. Terra Sancta.Engraved list of maps: "Atlas Minor ex optimurum & probatissimorum virorum et praesertim Sansonianis, mappis accuratissimis, a Petro Schenck." That most copies of the first edition of the "Atlas Contractus" have been dismembered by pr. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 1616

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Animalium quadrupedum omnis generis verae et artificiosissimae: COLLAERT, A.
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Buchbeschreibung: [Antwerp, c. 1610]. Oblong 8vo. (177 x 225mm). Allegorical engraved title (Orpheus charming and taming the birds and beasts of the forests) and 19 engraved plates [Bound up with:] Avium vive icones, in aes incisae & editae ab Adriano Collardo. [Antwerp, 1580]. Engraved pictorial title and 31 engraved plates [Bound up with:] Piscium vivae icones factae ab Adriano Collardo. [Antwerp, c. 1610]. Engraved renaissance architectural title (Neptune with 2 horses, fishing-gear, fishes, crustacea and turtles) and 25 engraved plates. 18th century full morocco gilt, gilt device on covers. The complete zoological works by Adriaen Collaert, in first editions.(I:) A superb suite of early engravings of native and exotic quadrupeds, many recently introduced from distant countries to the busy port of Antwerp, then the most important harbour of Norhern Europe. Amongst others the following exotic animals are depicted: elephants, lions, panther, rhinoceros, giraffe, monkeys, chameleon. Some hunting scenes with bears and boars, rabbits, hares and hunting dogs. Further native animals such as horses, cows, elk, deer, goat etc. All these animals are depicted in a beautiful landscapes with mountains, forests, rivers, farmer's houses, farmers cultivating land. Very much in the style and tradition of the Flemish painter Jan Bruegel the Elder.(II:) "A rare and curious collection of copper-plate engravings of birds by an early Dutch engraver ." (Wood 283). The 16 plates (including the pictorial titlepage) of the first work are unnumbered and contain mostly the common native bird species. The second set of plates 'Avium Iconum editio secunda' is numbered 1-16 and is not a second edition of the first work, but a continuation depicting mainly exotic and rare (native and foreign) birds. All plates of both parts bear the Latin name of each bird, which is figured in front of a beautiful and detailed landscape with small villages, rivers, boats, towers, etc. The very fine copper-engravings are not only of high artistical value, but also of great scientific importance.(III:) A superb suite of early engravings depicting not only fishes but also crustacea, shells, seals, whales, a sea-horde, a crocodile and frogs. Although marine fishes figure mostly also fresh-water fishes are shown. Most of the animals are depicted in front of lovely nautical sceneries, with numerous sailing ships, fishing fishermen, mountains in the distance with castles, towns, rock formations. The first 20 plates show numerous shells, sometimes more than 20 to a plate.Little is known about Adriaan Collaert (c.1560-1618) a flemish engraver working in Antwerp, he married the daughter of Philip Galle (a renowned publisher and engraver), and published and engraved a.o. a number of attractive engraved suites dealing with natural history. This genre became quite fashionable and much of his work was issued again by Joannis Visscher in Amsterdam some 30-50 years later, some were copied by other artists. The first editions of Collaert's works are scarce and superior to later issues.One plate with small paper loss at corner not affecting the image and 5 plates with some marginal strengthening on verso with old paper, else a few plates with occasional marginal browning.(I:) Nissen ZBI, 924; Wood 283; Bridson & White D61(II:) Nissen IVB, 199; Wood 283; Bridson & White D66(III:) edition with slightly different title, Nissen, Schöne Fischbücher, 42; Bridson & White D60; this title, Helmus, L.M (Ed). 'Fish still lives by Dutch and Flemish masters 1550-1700', p.359. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9221

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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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Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium. Pugnae Bestiarorum: &: STRADANUS, J. (JAN

Buchbeschreibung: (Londen c. 1817). Oblong 4to (255 x 360mm). With fine hand-coloured engraved frontispiece and 102 beautifully hand-coloured engraved plates. (Together with:) STRADADUS, J. Vermis Sericus. (London c. 1817). 4to. (255 x 360mm). With fine hand-coloured frontispiece and 5 beautifully hand-coloured engraved plates. Contemporary green half morocco, richly gilt ornamented spine. This late issue of which only a small number were made is probably the most beautifully coloured issue of one of the most attractive huntingbooks ever published. The first edition was published 1578 by P. Galle in Antwerp. "Stradanus, or as he was originally named Jan van der Straat (1523-1605), was born in Bruges, but did most of his work in Italy. He was principally a designer of cartoons for tapestries, and there are very few of his pictures in existence. From 1553-1571 he was employed by the Duke Cosimo de' Medici in Florence, who commissioned him to make a number of designs for tapestries, representing fowling, fishing and hunting scenes, for the adornment of twenty rooms in the Palace of Reggio-a-Cajano. The present set of 'Venationes' was engraved from these beautiful and original compositions" (Schwerdt II, p. 228). The fine plates were engraved by I. Collaert, Cornelius Galle and others. "After pl. 102 is included 'Vermis Sericus', a series including an engraved frontispiece containing 4 vignettes illustrating the development of the silkworm from the month of May to August, and 5 other plates"(Schwerdt). The colouring of this copy is outstanding. On the verso of a few plates small paper restoration at the lower margin. A fine copy. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9436

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Buchbeschreibung: Dordrecht, Jacob and Hendrik Keur/Amsterdam, Hendrik Brandt, Dirk onder de Linden, Petrus Schouten, and Jan de Groot 1756/1772, 1756. (engraved titlepage, 19) 302, (2) 134, (12) 164, (2) 66 folia., Prints: (8) 76, 50 folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 6 raised bands and 2 massive silver clasps, Folio H. 44,5 x L. 29,5 x W. 15 cm. (The spine is skillfully restored with preservation of the contemporary spine. Bound with a handwritten family index of the Rose family dating from the year 1718 until 1841 in the front. Keurbible, containing the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha. With the 6 folding maps by Nicolaes Visscher. Interleaved with the printbible by Ysbrand van Hamelsveld which contains a titlepage, index and 126 folio sized leaves with 2 engravings on each. The prints are engraved by Jacob Folkema, Pieter Tanje and Simon Fokke. In the year 1791 the printbible was published with accompanying descriptions by Van Hamelsveld. The printbible is often called after him, although Van Hamelsveld did not contribute to this first edition. The work is bound in an attractive blind-stamped binding with 2 massive silver clasps, the design of the clasps is straight and the catches are marked with the corresponding year letter and the quality mark of Amsterdam.) (gegraveerde titelpagina, 19) 302, (2) 134, (12) 164, (2) 66 folia., Prenten: (8) 76, 50 folia. Origineel Leer met ribben, stempels en 2 sloten van massief zilver, Folio H. 44,5 x L. 29,5 x D. 15 cm. (De rug is vakkundig gerestaureerd met behoud van de originele rug. Voorin is een handgeschreven familieregister van de familie Rose bijgebonden daterende van het jaar 1718 tot 1841. Keurbijbel, bestaande uit het Oude en Nieuwe Testament en de Apocriefen. Met de 6 uitvouwbare kaarten van Nicolaes Visscher. Doorschoten met de prentbijbel van Ysbrand van Hamelsveld welke bestaat uit een titelpagina, register en 126 foliobladen met op elk 2 gravures. De prenten zijn gegraveerd door Jacob Folkema, Pieter Tanje? en Simon Fokke. In het jaar 1791 werd de prentbijbel uitgegeven met bijgevoegde beschrijvingen door Van Hamelsveld. De prentbijbel wordt vaak naar hem genoemd ookal werkte hij niet mee aan deze eerste uitgave. Het werk is gebonden in een aantrekkelijke stempelband welke voorzien is van 2 massief zilveren sloten, de vormgeving van de sloten is recht en de klemmen zijn gemerkt met de bijbehorende jaarletter en het keurstempel van Amsterdam.) Poortman, W.C. (1986). Bijbel en Prent Deel IIa: Boekzaal van Nederlandse Prentbijbels, p. 150-151 / Poortman, W.C. (1995). Kaarten in Bijbels, p. 141-149. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 201509

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Verlag: (Ohne Ort und Drucker, um 1780). (1780)

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Buchbeschreibung: (Ohne Ort und Drucker, um 1780)., 1780. 66 altkolorierte meist doppelblattgr. Kupferstichkarten bzw. Kupfertafeln. Privat zusammengestellter Atlas mit 64 Kupferstichkarten und 2 Kupfertafeln von Kartographen des 18. Jahrhunderts. Unter den Karten und Tafeln sind 29 von Johann Baptist Homann bzw. seinen Erben, 27 von Matthäus (Matthias) Seutter, 3 von Tobias Conrad Lotter, 4 von Nicolaes Visscher, 2 von Gerad Valck und 1 von Johann Jakob Lidl. Unter den Karten sind eine Weltkarte und 4 Erdteilkarten, Karten der deutschen, schweizerischen und österreichischen Ländern, von Frankreich, Italien, Spanien und Portugal, den Niederlanden und von Belgien, den Britischen Inseln, Skandinavien, Russland, dem Balkan, dem Osmanischen Reich sowie zwei Karten von Südamerika. Die beiden Tafeln (von Seutter) mit den Flaggen der sefahrenden Nationen sowie der Tabelle der Entfernungen zwischen den deutschen Städten. - Vorderer Innendeckel mit montiertem alten hs. Kartenverzeichnis. Einige Karten mit Randeinrissen bzw. Bugeinrissen. Teils etw. knitterfaltig, teils einige Läsuren. Etw. gebräunt und teils fleckig. - Eine Auftellung der Karten senden wir auf Wunsch zu. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 Gr.-Fol. HLdr. der Zeit mit modernen Marmorpapierbezügen (Rücken mit kl. Wurmgängen, etw. beschabt und bestoßen). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 11723

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Venationes Ferarum, Avium, Piscium. Pugnæ Bestiariorum : STRADANUS

Buchbeschreibung: London, 1817. Vélin. Buchzustand: Très bon. 355 x 256 mm. In-folio oblong de : I/ 1 frontispice gravée, 102 planches numérotées, II/ 1 frontispice gravé, 5 planches numérotée de 2 à 6. 1er f . bl. coupé. Relié en plein vélin vert, double filet à froid encadrant les plats, dos lisse refait. Reliure de l¿époque. LE RARE ET BEAU LIVRE DE CHASSE ET DE PECHE DE STRADANUS ORNE DE 107 PLANCHES EN FIN COLORIS DE L¿EPOQUE. Schwerdt, II, p. 228. L¿édition originale de cette suite avait paru à Anvers chez Philippe Galle en 1578. Notre édition offre un nouveau tirage de cet admirable livre de chasse, réalisé en 1817 à Londres. Ce retirage des 102 gravures originales, sur papier Whatman, présente les mêmes caractéristiques que l¿édition de 1578 : chaque planche comporte une légende en latin de deux ou quatre lignes et l¿inscription « Stradanus invent ». Seule diffère la dédicace au Duc Cosimo de Medici qui n¿apparaît pas sur le frontispice. La présente suite est composée d¿un titre gravé et de 102 magnifiques planches dédiées à la chasse superbement mises en couleur à la gouache à l¿époque. Très bel exemplaire en superbe coloris conserve dans sa reliure de l¿époque en vélin vert. *** THE RARE AND BEAUTIFUL HUNTING AND FISHING BOOK BY STRADANUS ILLUSTRATED WITH 107 PLATES IN FINE CONTEMPORARY COLORING. Schwerdt, II, p. 228. ¿A later issue was published with engraved frontispiece and 102 pls (out of the 104 pls. of the first edition).¿ (Schwerdt). The present collection is composed of an engraved title and 102 wonderful plates dedicated to hunting superbly painted in gouache at the time. A very fine copy in outstanding coloring preserved in its contemporary green vellum binding. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000316

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Biblia, Dat is, de gantsche H. Schrifture

Verlag: Amsterdam: Gedruckt by Rieuwert Dircksz van Baardt (1648)

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam: Gedruckt by Rieuwert Dircksz van Baardt, 1648. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Fine. No Jacket. "The Visscher Bible." Dutch Lutheran Bible with Maps. Folio. Size of binding: 9 ½ in. x 16 in; size of pages: 9 in. x 14 ¾ in. [18], 278, 112, 70, 132 leaves. With engraved pictorial title page, indices, engraved tail piece with the 1648 date. Frontispiece is an engraving of Martin Luther; also an engraving of Adolphus Visscher is mounted to the reverse of the title page. Contemporary full leather binding over oak boards. Blind-stamped with designs. Corners and clasp-holders in thick brass. Seven hand-colored, double-paged maps, one of which is the Stellatum Planisphaerium (Planisphere)by Ludovico (Louis) Vlasblom; this map of the solar system is the original state (Later states included the name Johannes van Keulen). The other six (maps or views of cities) are by members of the Visscher family, with the engravings done by various artists. (The Visscher maps are: [1] Orbis terrarum tabula recens emendada (The World) [2] Die gelegentheyt van 't paradys ende 't landt Canaan, mitsgaders de eerst bewoonde landen per patriarchen. (Paradise) [3] Perigrinatie oste veertichiarige reyse der kinderen Israëls. (The Perigrinations) [4] De heylige en wytvermaerde stad Ierusalem eerst genaemt Salem. (Jerusalem) [5] Hey beloofde landt Canaan door wandelt van onsen Salichmaecker Iesu Christo, nessens syne apostelen. (The Promised Land Canaan) [6] Geographische beschryvinghe van de wandeling der apostelen ende de reysen Pauli. (The Travels of St. Paul). Some details of these maps are fascinating: e.g., on the world map, the northwest coast of North America is greatly exaggerated, and California is shown as a peninsula. The Visscher maps and the Planisphere are all delicately and contemporaraneously hand-colored, with some details highlighted in gold. Woodcut tailpieces; large and small decorative and initials. Printed title pages for the Prophets and New Testament. Bookseller's catalog entry pasted to inner front cover. Birth notation in ink on front paste-down with a date in 1712. Spine and spine ends show some typical wear. The Planisphere shows a small split to the center of the lower edge where it is attached. This is the famous Bible which became standard for Dutch Lutherans. Very few existing copies still have the hand-colored maps. Some light damp staining to the upper margins of some pages, not affecting the maps. Dutch text. Weight: 11 ½ lbs. Buchnummer des Verkäufers L-572

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Britannia: or, A geographical description of the: BLOME, Richard.

Buchbeschreibung: Printed by Tho. Roycroft for the undertaker Richard Blome London, 1673. First edition. Folio (36.5 x 24.5 cm), [14], 464, pp., bound without final leaf ("Benefactors to this work ."), 24 pages (on 13 leaves) of coats-of-arms (22 in contemporary hand-colour), 1 leaf in black-and-white supplied from a shorter copy, last leaf frayed; large folding general map, 45 folding county maps (21 hand-coloured, 1 duplicate (Isle of Wight), North Riding with short split along plate mark and slight fraying to margins, single-sheeet map of London, 5 large folding maps (Wales 2 plus 1 duplicate, Scotland, Ireland); modern calf gilt antique. A beautiful copy of one of the most famous cartographic works of the 17th century. Richard Blome (1641-1705) was one of the most active publishers of illustrated books in post-Restoration London. His cartography flourished in the second half of the 17th century, from about 1670 to 1705. He produced a great amount of maps, all of which were attractive and quaintly designed. He published two series of English county maps. The large series appeared in Blome's "Britannia, or a Geographical Description of the Kingdomes of England, Scotland and Ireland", with each map measuring approximately 300 x 250mm. Published in 1673, the work was based on the latest editions of mapmaker John Speed's "Maps" and William Camden's "Britannia". It was followed in 1681 by an issue of smaller maps (approximately 240 x 180mm) entitled "Speed's Maps Epitomiz'd". The "Britannia" was originally conceived as the third volume of an "English atlas" which was to deal with the whole world. It includes more than 50 beautiful maps, some of them in colour. The volume deals with England county by county, as well as Wales, Scotland , various islands (Orkneys, Jersey, Guernsey, Isles Of Man & Wight) and the British colonies of the time. Along with the maps are precise geographical descriptions of every region, including local topography, history, folklore, nobility and settlements. Blome financed the atlas by selling subscriptions and was the first to exploit the opportunities of subscriptions on a large scale, relying on them to finance all his major publications. For the subscription fee, the subscriber would not only receive a volume of the work but his arms would also could be engraved on the map of his choice and, in the "Britannia", he would receive honourable mention within the text. According to the proposal, a subscriber to the Britannia was charged 20s., 10s. in advance, this including the engraving of the arms, 10s. on delivery, and 5s. for a mention in subsequent counties, as appropriate. Blome tried to get new material by submitting a request for information about the country from people with local knowledge, to correct and update existing printed authorities, most particularly Camden's "Britannia", the most extensive description of the British Isles available at the time. Most of Blome's work was engraved by Wenceslaus Hollar, Richard Palmer, and Francis Lamb, and embellished with dedications to county dignitaries which were added or omitted in later editions. Blome also issued a world atlas, the Geographical Description of the Four Parts of the World, in 1670, which was re-issued as the Cosmography and Geography, in 1682 and 1693. The maps from this atlas were Anglicized copies of Nicolas Sanson's work. Blome also issued a number of Bible maps, usually after Visscher. Chubb XCIX; Skelton 90; Wing B3207. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 85447

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam, Jacob Lindenberg 1702/1703, 1702. 2 works in 1 binding, (frontispiece, 2, portrait, 15) 278, 112, 70, (frontispiece with explanation) 132 folia., De Hooghe: (frontispiece with explanation, 1) 69 folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 7 raised bands, 8 corner-pieces and 2 clasps, Folio H. 47,5 x L. 32 x W. 12 cm. (The spine has been restored in the past, slightly grazed at some places. In the middle of the covers a central ornament in gilt, illustrating a bust of Luther surrounded by the commandments, a songbook and a swan. Dutch Luther Bible containing the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha. This edition is translated from the German by Nicolaes Biestkens and is revised by Adolf Visscher. Adolf Visscher revised the Mennonite translation of Biestkens and his translation became the standard Bible for the Dutch Lutherans. The Bible is interleaved with the work of Romeyn de Hooghe which contains a frontispiece with explanation, a titlepage, 5 maps and 69 folia with 2 engravings with marginal notes on each. This set of Bible illustrations was bound in a number of different translations and editions of the Bible during this period. The total work contains 3 frontispieces, a portrait, 5 maps and 138 engravings with ca. 800 illustrations on them. 3 frontispieces, 3 capital letters, 1 head-piece and 1 printersdevice are contemporary handcoloured and in case of the frontispieces heightend with gold. The colouring is beautifully done by hand in sharp and bright colours.) 2 werken in 1 band, (titelprent, 2, portret, 15) 278, 112, 70, (titelprent met verklaring) 132 folia., De Hooghe: (titelprent met verklaring, 1) 69 folia. Origineel Leer met ribben, stempels, 8 hoeken en 2 sloten, Folio H. 47,5 x L. 32 x D. 12 cm. (De rug is in het verleden gerestaureerd, plaatselijk licht geschaafd aan de randen. Op het midden van de platten is een centraal ornament gestempeld met goud met de buste van Luther omringd door de wet, een gezangbundel en een zwaan. Nederlandse Lutherbijbel bevattende het Oude en Nieuwe Testament en de Apocriefen. Deze uitgave is door Nicolaes Biestkens uit het Duits vertaald en werd bewerkt door Adolf Visscher. Adolf Visscher herzag de Doperse vertaling van Biestkens en zijn vertaling werd de standaard Bijbel voor de Nederlandse Luthersen. De Bijbel is doorschoten met het werk van Romeyn de Hooghe wat bestaat uit een titelprent met verklaaring, een titelpagina, 5 kaarten en 69 folia met op elk 2 gravures met bijschrift. Deze set van bijbelillustraties werd in een verschillend aantal van vertalingen en edities van de Bijbel gebonden rond deze periode. Met in totaal 3 titelprenten, een portret, 5 kaarten en 138 gravures met daarop ca. 800 afbeeldingen. 3 titelprenten, 3 kapitalen, 1 vignet en 1 drukkersimpressum zijn origineel handgekleurd en in het geval van de titelprenten opgehoogd met goud. De kleuring is fraai met de hand aangebracht en is zeer helder en uitgesproken.) Long, Isaac le (1764). Boek-Zaal der Nederduitsche Bybels, p. 664-703 / N.N. (2002). Sweeter Than Honey: The Bible in Print exhibit catalogue, p. 2 / Poortman, W.C. (1986). Bijbel en Prent. Deel I: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 106-120 / Poortman, W.C. (1995). Kaarten in Bijbels, p. 224-229. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 201541

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Pitt Moses, 1639-1697

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Buchbeschreibung: Pitt Moses, 1639-1697, 1697. Hardcover. Buchzustand: very good. Orbis Terrarum Nova Et Accuratissima Tabula, 1680, Moses Pitt Orbis Terrarum Nova Et Accuratissima Tabula. Auctore Ioanne a Loon. Moses Pitt London / 1680 A fine example of Moses Pitt's double hemisphere map of the world. Pitt and his partner acquired the plates from Blaeu's Grand Atlas and set out to issue and even larger Atlas in London. However, after 4 volumes, they landed in Debtor's prison and the atlas was never completed. The map offered here is based upon Visscher's World map of 1658 (Shirley 406) and Van Loon's rare Zee Atlas, first issued in 1661. Size of the sheet: 60 x 67 cm., printed area: 44 x 53 cm., the map is printed on thick paper, wide margins, only little brownish centerfold, fine hand coloured. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9644

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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. 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. Catalogued by Kate Hunter. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 000349

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STOOPENDAEL, Hermanus, and others.

Verlag: ?Amsterdam: Hendrik de Leth, 1725. (1725)

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Buchbeschreibung: ?Amsterdam: Hendrik de Leth, 1725., 1725. STOOPENDAEL, Hermanus, and others. Views of Amsterdam. ?Amsterdam: Hendrik de Leth, 1725. Oblong 4to., (8 1/8 x 10 4/8 inches). One engraved city plan and 46 exceptionally fine engraved views of Amsterdam by Daniel and Herman Stoopendael (11), Jan Smit (12), P. van Buysen (1), and others. Contemporary vinegar marbled paper boards (minor repairs to the extremities). Provenance: with a contemporary large engraved publisher's device on the front paste-down: "Labore et Perseverantia"; 20th-century ink stamp in Russian on the front free endpaper. A fine and very early collection of engraved views of Amsterdam. The superb city plan of Amsterdam is in the earliest state by D'Ailly, see 268 in his Plattengronden, and is recorded as being issued, as here, in an untitled suite of plates, published by de Leth in 1725. A subsequent issue was published in 1772 as "Le Guide d'Amsterdam", but included only 21 of the plates in this collection. The views are of the ports of Haarlem, Leyden, Utrecht, Weseyer, Muiderpoort, the sluice gates in the Amstel, the Amstel frozen over in winter, and many other scenes along the Amstel, a wintry scene in Utrecht, comprehensive views of the Stadthuys, the Stock Exchange, the churches and synagogues and other major landmark buildings in and around Amsterdam. The artists of the views include: Daniel (1672-1726) and his brother Hermanus Stoopendael, sons of Bastiaen Stoopendael (1637-1726) who worked on the famous Dutch Keur bible from 1702, and were associated with the Visscher publishing house; Jan Smith (probably the elder, ca 1663/64 - 1726) and Pieter van Buysen (active 1710-1713). Hendrick de Leth, the supposed publisher of this album, also began his cartographic career working for the foremost family printing company in 17th and 18th-century Amsterdam, the Visscher firm. The family of Visscher was one of the most distinguished of all 17th-century cartographic firms, and a major player in the era now considered the golden age of Dutch mapmaking. In the late 1600's, a period of great geographical discovery, Amsterdam became an international center of the arts and of cartography, with engravers and printers produced magnificent maps and charts of every kind. The fields of artistic production and map-making were arguably more seamlessly united during this era than any period before or since, as the strong competition among publishers meant that maps not only had to be scrupulously accurate, but also visually appealing. In this milieu, a number of venerable firms, including those established by Blaeu, Jansson, Hondius, as well as Visscher, competed for the ever-expanding market for maps and atlases. The firm founded by Nicholas Visscher set standards for exceptional quality that few others were able to equal, and Hendrick de Leth, who eventually rose to assume control of the Visscher publishing house in the 18th century, maintained the company's standards for excellence during a period when Amsterdam's cartographic preeminence was just beginning to be challenged by the French school of scientific cartography. Not in Nijhoff & Van Hattum (cf 121, Le Guide d'Amsterdam, 1722, with 22 plates) or elsewhere; cf. Hollstein XXVIII, Daniel Stoopendael 8,10,12-13 (recording the earlier states of 4 of the plates). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 72lib1431

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Reynst, Gerard

Verlag: c.1671, Amsterdam (1671)

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Buchbeschreibung: c.1671, Amsterdam, 1671. hard cover. Buchzustand: very good. folio. Original vellum, hinges cracked. Internally generally clean with scattered very light soiling. 112 uncolored plates, including the engraved title page. Published by Nicholas Visscher. The plates are very attractive, depicting Reynst's collection of classical statuary which had been bought in Venice in 1629 by his brother Jan. The collation in OCLC calls for only 98 plates. A very rare work, with no auction records found or copies currently offered for sale. OCLC 30993560 (6 loc., 3 in France, 2 in UK, Harvard). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 2967

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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. Die Basler 'Tossanus-Bibel' in einem schönen Exemplar. Sie zählt zu den aufwändigst gedruckten Büchern des Thurneysen Verlags. Nach dem Ende des Dreissigjährigen Kriegs proflierte sich Basel - zusammen mit Strassburg, Frankfurt am Main und Nürnberg - als Zentrum des Bibeldrucks. Bis ins 18. Jahrhundert verliessen mehrere gewichtige Bibel-Editionen die Basler Druckerpressen. Die von den Gebrüdern Emanuel und Rudolf Thurneysen verantwortete Tossanus-Bibel 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 unterrichtete. 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 Vogelschauperspektive der Stadt Jerusalem. Die sechszehn Kupferstich-Ta. Buchnummer des Verkäufers B349609

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Buchbeschreibung: Amsterdam, Visscher, ca. 1685., 1685. Ca. 46 cm x 55 cm. Aus: Atlas Minor.. Der dritte Zustand (erstmals 1656 erschienen) dieser berümten Karte der englischen Kolonien in Nordamerika (mit der Autorenbezeichnung von Nicolaum Visscher und dem Eintrag von Philadelphia). - Von größter Bedeutung ist die Darstellung von New York "Nieuw Amsterdam op t Eylant Manhattans" unterhalb des Titels. Diese Darstellung gilt als die dritte bekannte Ansicht der Stadt New York. - Nicholaes Visscher’s 1656 map is the best known map of New Netherland. It is largely based on a map published by Joannes Janssonius in 1651, which in turn borrowed heavily from the Blaeu map of 1635. Most of the illustrations on the Blaeu map are copied by Visscher, and many of Blaeu’s most glaring errors are also retained, although more accurate information was available by 1650. The Visscher map reflects much of the increase in Dutch knowledge of the geography of the New York area. Long Island is no longer shown as broken up by waterways, and many place names and some new features are added. The Hudson Highlands and the Catskill Mountains are drawn in, and many place names along the Hudson River are shown. The Mohawk River appears--along with a number of villages of the Mohawk Indians. Overall, the map is a rich source of place names for both Indian and European settlements in the middle of the seventeenth century. At the bottom of the map is one of the earliest engravings of New Amsterdam. This map was frequently reprinted, and was regarded as the best map of New Netherland for many years. It was even used by the English king after the conquest of New Netherland to establish the boundary between New York and New Jersey. A non-existent river flowing between the Delaware and the Hudson was used to mark a portion of the boundary between the two colonies. This error may be another example of mistaking an Indian portage route for an actual river. This error caused numerous boundary disputes between New York and New Jersey through most of the colonial period. - Dubliert. Kleinere Schwachstellen, Löcher bzw. Einrisse fachmännisch restauriert. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 5706

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PAULLI, Simon the younger.

Verlag: "ïn officina libraria editoris" [= bookshop of the compiler Paulli],, Strassbourg, (1670)

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Buchbeschreibung: "ïn officina libraria editoris" [= bookshop of the compiler Paulli],, Strassbourg, 1670. Small 8vo in 4s (18 x 11 cm). Boards (ca. 1700?, made from a single piece of paperboard wrapped around the book), sewn on 3 vellum tapes, combed and curled marbled sides, red sprinkled edges, manuscript title on front board. With title-page and hierarchical geographical table of contents on its conjugate printed in red and black, with Paulli's engraved emblematic device (2 birds and a snake, with motto "simplex in malo prudens in bono") on the title-page and a related woodcut device (bird and snake with "simplex prudens.") at the end, a woodcut headpiece, tailpiece and decorated initial, decorations built up from cast fleurons. [8], 16, 132, 12, 40 pp. First and only edition of the first carto-bibliography, systematically listing over 2200 maps and sea charts, mostly arranged geographically. The structure is clearly presented in the hierarchical table of contents, which divides the book into three main parts, each with its own pagination and series of quire signatures. Paulli recommends these mostly Dutch maps as the best of their time (only Sanson in Paris could compete with cartographers of the Dutch Republic). The first part covers maps of the ancient world, sacred and secular. The second part gives the main catalogue of geographical maps, briefly covering the world and the arctic before continuing with Europe, arranged by countries and sub-divided by duchy, province, department or county, followed by Africa, Asia and America. It covers maps by the 16th and 17th century's leading publishers of atlases and single-sheet maps, including Ortelius, Hondius, Blaeu, Janssonius, Visscher, Sanson, De Wit, Danckerts and Allard (Paulli occasionally gives a list of maps by a particular publisher), but also includes maps from more fugitive sources like local histories. The last part describes some 130 sea charts, pilot guides and sea atlases, mainly by Goos, Van Loon and Theunis Jacobsz. Thorough and useful alphabetical topographic indexes to each part and a six-language key to cartographic nomenclature close the book. Simon Paulli (ca. 1635?-post 1672), a book and map seller at Strassbourg and son of the Rostock physician and botanist of the same name, compiled this bibliography at the request of his clients to help them to build up their collections intelligently, dedicating it to Joan Blaeu and his sons, the heirs of Johannes Janssonius, and "Jo. Nic." (meaning Nicolaus) Visscher. While some map publishers had issued catalogues of their own maps for a century before Paulli's book appeared, he was the first to give such a broad and extensive overview. It also provides a valuable terminus ante quem for many undated maps by Visscher and others.Paulli's carto-bibliography long remained almost unknown in the literature and is sometimes mistakenly attributed to his father. Zoegner's 1984 Bibliographie zur Geschichte der deutschen Kartographie lists Homann's 1736 Notitia as the earliest such catalogue, although Paulli gives nearly 20 pages of German maps alone. Besterman describes a copy without the indices and wrongly estimates it to contain 600 entries instead of the well over 2200 it actually carries. The part devoted to sea charts is sometimes bound before the other two parts, but the hierarchical contents suggest the order in the present copy. Koeman cites the present catalogue as a "noteworthy testimony of the esteem in which Dutch 17th century cartography was held by foreign contemporaries". With a marginal stain in the corner of the first 2 quires. Binding somewhat rubbed and hinges reinforced. Good copy of a rare pioneering work of carto-bibliography. Besterman, WBB 1157; Koeman, Collections of maps and atlasses in the Netherlands, p. 29; P.H. Meurer, "Orbis terraqueus .", in: Imago mundi, 36 (1984), pp. 64-65; Phillips, List of works relating to cartography, p. 70; Pollard & Ehrman, table XVI, p. 123. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 5656

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Buchbeschreibung: Leyden, Widow and Heirs Johannes Elzevier, 1663. 2 volumes, (frontispiece, 22) 468, (13) 167 (2) 77 folia. Contemporary Leather with 7 raised bands and clasps, decorated with gold, large Folio H. 44,5 x L. 28,5 x W. 9/7 cm. (The bindings are slightly grazed at some places, the bottom of the spines are somewhat restored, some wormholes in the inner margin. On the first endpaper a handwritten family index dating from the year 1811 until 1868. The first edition of the Elzevierbible, containing the Old and New Testament and the Apocrypha. With the 6 folding maps by Nicolaes Visscher and interleaved with the series of prints by Cornelis Danckerts after Mattheüs Merian. This series of prints features 6 times 16 engravings on 2 folio sized leaves. This Bible was the first Dutch Bible that was printed in a Roman font. Remarkable is that the text blocks are still in a good condition, the Elzevier printing office experimented a lot to create the blackest of inks. Because of this the text blocks are in almost every case very browned. Attractive set bound in brown-red leather with clasps and decorated with gilt on both the boards and the spine with a design of flowers and vines.) 2 delen, (titelprent, 22) 468, (13) 167 (2) 77 folia. Origineel Leer met ribben en sloten, goudbestempeld, groot Folio H. 44,5 x L. 28,5 x D. 9/7 cm. (De banden zijn plaatselijk licht geschaafd, de ruggen zijn aan de onderkant iets gerestaureerd, plaatselijk wormgaatjes in de binnenste marge. Het eerste schutblad is aan de voor- en achterzijde voorzien van een handgeschreven familieregister daterende van het jaar 1811 tot 1868. Eerste druk van de Elzevierbijbel, bestaande uit het Oude en Nieuwe Testament en de Apocriefen. Met de 6 uitvouwbare kaarten van Nicolaes Visscher en doorschoten met de prentenserie van Cornelis Danckerts naar Mattheüs Merian. Deze bestaat uit 6 maal 16 gravures op 2 foliobladen. Deze Bijbel was de eerste Nederlandse Bijbel die in een Romeinse letter werd gedrukt. Opvallend is dat de boekblokken nog in goede staat zijn, de Elzevier uitgeverij experimenteerde veel met inktsoorten om zo de zwartste druk te verkrijgen. Hierdoor zijn de boekblokken vrijwel altijd erg gebruind. Aantrekkelijke set gebonden in bruin-rood leer met sloten en versierd met goudopdruk op zowel de platten als de rug met een motief van bloemen en ranken.) Poortman, W.C. (1983). Bijbel en Prent. Deel I: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 172-173 / Poortman, W.C. (1986). Bijbel en Prent Deel IIa: Boekzaal van Nederlandse Prentbijbels, p. 66 / Poortman, W.C. (1995). Kaarten in Bijbels, p. 141-149. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 201506

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