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Pautre, P. le

Published by Paris [um 1750] (1750)

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Item Description: Paris [um 1750], 1750. Kartoniert. Kupferstich 34 x 26,5 cm. Der Kupferstich gestochen von P. le Pautre, Architekt. Dargestellt ist das Denkmal für Ludwig XIV 81638 - 1715) auf dem Place Vendôme in Paris. Um das Denkmal herum Aufmarsch von Reitern und bewaffneten Soldaten. Entworfen wurde das Denkmal von Francois Girardou, 1699 enthüllt. - Schöner, kräftiger Abdruck. 202 Gramm. Grafik. Bookseller Inventory # 901015

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Item Description: Venetiis, apud Hieronymum Albriccium, 1702. Opera del dotto teologo gesuita belga Cornelis Cornelissen Van Den Steen, nato a Bocholt nel 1567 e morto a Roma nel 1637; egli fu profondo conoscitore, oltre che della tradizione cristiana, anche della cultura greca ed ebraica 4°, cm 34,5 incisione a piena pagina b/n alla prima pagina; frontespizio con incisione; capilettera e finali incisi; testo in latino su due colonne con glosse pagg. (8) 692 (84) 1.vol. Bookseller Inventory # 21532

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Tractatus hist.-polit.-juridicus de statu religionis et reipublicae: MEINDERS HERMANN ADOLPH

Item Description: Lemgoviae, typis Henrici Wilhelmi Meyeri, 1711. Con bellissima antiporta incisa in rame. Pp. (8) 520 (36). Unito a: MEINDERS HERMANN ADOLPH. Thesaurus antiquitatum Francicarum et Saxonicarum, tam sacrarum quam prophanarum. Lemgoviae, typis Henrici Wilhelmi Meyeri, 1710. Pp. 32. Unito a: MEINDERS HERMANN ADOLPH. Dissertatio singularis de jurisdictione colonaria et curiis dominicalibus, veterum Francorum et Saxonum. Lemgoviae, typis Henrici Wilhelmi Meyeri, 1713. Pp. 184. Unito a: MEINDERS HERMANN ADOLPH. Vindiciae libertatis antique Saxonicae sive Westfalicae et justa explicatio diplomatis Carolini Trutmanno Comiti praetense dati Anno 779 contra illustrem Dominum Rhetium, et celeberrimum Dominum Coccejum. Lemgoviae, typis Henrici Wilhelmi Meyeri, (1713). Pp. 59 (1). Unito a: BEIER ADRIANUS. Advocatus rerum opificialium peritus, sive processus mechanicarum causarum forensis absolutus, per universa sua capita. non casibus modo practicis; nec tamen nisi mechanicis diversarum artium atque provinciarum ventilatis; verùm, omnis generis juribus mechanicorum atque moribus. Francofurti et Lipsiae, apud Joh. Christoph Stossel, 1705. Con bellissimo ritratto inciso in rame all'antiporta. Pp. (6) 421 (25) [le pagine 129-136 sono bianche per errore dello stampatore]. Unito a: Tractatio juridica de jure mortuario, in bonis defuncti hominis proprii, ejus domino competente. Tubingae, typis Johann-Henrici Reisl, 1685. Pp. (2) 102 (6). Sei opere in un volume di cm. 19,5. Ottima legatura coeva in piena perg. rigida con titoli ms. al dorso; tagli rossi. Trascurabili arrossature. Esemplare ben conservato. Miscellanea di scritti di argomento giuspubblicistico dedicati al Sacro Romano Impero. Hermann Adolph Meinders (1665-1730), giureconsulto e storico tedesco nativo di Halle, si convertì al protestantesimo nel 1686 a Tubingen. Fu autore di opere sulla storia giuridica della Westfalia e anche di un trattato sui processi alle streghe. Adrian Beyer (1634-1712), giurista tedesco nativo di Jena, fu avvocato e professore universitario. Si specializzò, come ben testimonia questo tratatto denominato Advocatus rerum opicifinalium, in diritto delle tecnologie, delle macchine, dell'artigianato e dei mestieri. Tutte le opere rarissime (alcune non censite in Iccu e Kvk) e in edizione originale. Bookseller Inventory # 0000000012207

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Item Description: kolorierter Kupferstich v. Louis Cordier n. Guillaume Sanson b. Hubert Jaillot in Pais, um 1690 (dat 169?), 46 x 65,5 Laor, Maps of The Holy Land. Cartobibliography of Printed Maps, 1475-1900, 367a. - Zeigt Israel mit seinen 12 Stämmen. - Oben links Titelkartusche. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Erklärungen, Maßstab und Verlegeradresse. This map of the Holy Land shows the division of Judea into the Twelve Tribes of Israel. - It is filled with notations, topography and place names, including the locations of Gomorra, Sodoma, Seboim and Adama as flaming cities in the Dead Sea. Bookseller Inventory # 406702

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AUX ARMES DE LOUIS XIV]. BAUNE (Jacobo de la).

Published by Paris, Gabrielis Martini, . Ill. d’un faux-titre gravé. Petit in-8, plein maroquin rouge de l’époque, dos à 5 nerfs ornés de chaînette dorée, comp. ornés, plats encadrés de triple filet doré, a vec les armes de Louis XIV au centre, chasses et coupes déc., tranches dorées (coins ém.). Etiquette «De la bibliothèque de Mr. Levrier, President Lieutenant General de Meulan» au titre. Antoine-Joseph Levrier, né en à Meulan, fut pourvu de la charge de lieutenant-général de cette ville, obtint après la révolution une place de juge à la cour d’appel d’Amiens, fut conseiller et président à la cour royale de la même ville, et mourut en . Il avait été correspondant de l’académie royale des inscriptions, et l’était devenu de l’Institut. On lui doit la Ch (1684)

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Item Description: Paris, Gabrielis Martini, . Ill. d’un faux-titre gravé. Petit in-8, plein maroquin rouge de l’époque, dos à 5 nerfs ornés de chaînette dorée, comp. ornés, plats encadrés de triple filet doré, a vec les armes de Louis XIV au centre, chasses et coupes déc., tranches dorées (coins ém.). Etiquette «De la bibliothèque de Mr. Levrier, President Lieutenant General de Meulan» au titre. Antoine-Joseph Levrier, né en à Meulan, fut pourvu de la charge de lieutenant-général de cette ville, obtint après la révolution une place de juge à la cour d’appel d’Amiens, fut conseiller et président à la cour royale de la même ville, et mourut en . Il avait été correspondant de l’académie royale des inscriptions, et l’était devenu de l’Institut. On lui doit la Ch, 1684. Paris, Gabrielis Martini, 1684. Ill. d’un faux-titre gravé. Petit in-8, plein maroquin rouge de l’époque, dos à 5 nerfs ornés de chaînette dorée, comp. ornés, plats encadrés de triple filet doré, a vec les armes de Louis XIV au centre, chasses et coupes déc., tranches dorées (coins ém.). Etiquette «De la bibliothèque de Mr. Levrier, President Lieutenant General de Meulan» au titre. Antoine-Joseph Levrier, né en 1756 à Meulan, fut pourvu de la charge de lieutenant-général de cette ville, obtint après la révolution une place de juge à la cour d’appel d’Amiens, fut conseiller et président à la cour royale de la même ville, et mourut en 1823. Il avait été correspondant de l’académie royale des inscriptions, et l’était devenu de l’Institut. On lui doit la Chronologie historique des comtes de Genevois jusqu’à l’établissement de la réformation en 1535, Orléans et Paris, 1787. Il a eu part à l’édition de l’Art de vérifier les dates, publié par D. Clément (Weiss, Biographie universelle, ou dictionnaire historique). Bookseller Inventory # NR/2050

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Rigault

Published by Paris (1705)

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Item Description: Paris, 1705. F-D 2326, Image Size : 575x440 (mm), 22.625x17.25 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : 590x450 (mm), 23.25x17.75 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving Very Good, margins shaved closely, a superb sharp impression. Bookseller Inventory # P1577

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Turenne, Louis Charles de l'Auvergne, Prince. Superb example of French high baroque symbolism & calligraphy celebrating the martial exploits of Turenne and Louis XIV in a privately printed treatise on rhetoric

Published by [Paris, privately printed]. (1676)

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Item Description: [Paris, privately printed]., 1676. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Folio. 15 engraved plates on 8 leaves, including engraved title, dedication, engraved portrait of Louis IV by Louis Cossin after Sevin, and 12 engraved plates celebrating the king's triumphs with 36 aphorisms and 48 emblematic devices of which 28 are by Claude François Menestrier. Red morocco, gilt. The only edition of a superb example of the art of imagery which dominated the baroque period. This sumptuously illustrated thesis on rhetoric was read to the Jesuit College on 13th August 1679 by the great nephew of Marshal Turenne to whom it is dedicated. Celebrated are the martial exploits of Henri de la Tour d’Auvergne, vicomte de Turenne (1611-1675), and latterly with, Louis XIV. The suite of plates, issued by the Jesuit College for presentation to invited guests, comprises the title, set on an ermine mantle placed before the arms and symbols of Louis; it is signed by the artist (Pierre-Paul Sevin), the engraver, Louis Cossin, and calligrapher,René Michault. The epistolary dedication by Father de la Rue is followed by the royal dedicatory portrait within allegorical surround and 12 plates (on 6 leaves) each containing three philosophical maxims by Father Fr.Nepveu bordered by richly ornate engravings: these comprise a head-piece vignette illustrating and naming the campaign, a tail-piece in cartouche or tablet with brief summary of the main events of the action; on either side are 2 emblematic devices (in all 48, of which 28 are attributed by Praz to the Jesuit Claude-François Menestrier (1631-1705), renowned for his treatise on the art of devices and emblems. The calligrapher, René Michault, is considered one of the best pupils of the great master Jarré. Louis Charles de La Tour d’Auvergne (1665-92) was the son of Godefroy Maurice, duc de Bouillon, the nephew of Marshal Turenne, and Marie Anne Mancini, the niece of Cardinal Mazarin. Daly, P. M. & G.R. Dimler, S.J. Corpus Librorum Emblematum The Jesuit Series, IV, J.1018; De Backer-Sommervogel V,919-920; Guilmard I.87; L’Inventaire du Fond Français XVIIe III, p172, 98-11; Meyer, L’Illustration des thèses à Paris dans la seconde moitié du XVIIe siècle (2002); Praz 422. Bookseller Inventory # 5348

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La Tour d’Auvergne, Louis Charles de, Prince de Turenne. French baroque symbolism & calligraphy The martial exploits of Louis XIV printed at the Jesuit College

Published by Jesuit College (1676)

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Item Description: Jesuit College, 1676. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. La Tour d’Auvergne, Louis Charles de, Prince de Turenne. Ludovico Magno theses ex universa philosphia dicat et consecrat Ludovicus a Turre-Arverniae Princeps Turennius. Propugnabit in aula Colleg. Claromontani Societ. Iesu . Anno MDCLXXIX. [Paris, 1676]. Folio. 15 engraved plates on 8 leaves, including engraved title, dedication, engraved portrait of Louis IV by L. Cossin after Sevin, and 12 engraved plates celebrating the king’s triumphs with 36 aphorisms and 48 emblematic devices of which 28 are by Claude François Menestrier. Red morocco, gilt. A sumptuously illustrated demonstration of the art of allegory depicting the campaigns of Henri de la Tour d’Auvergne, vicomte de Turenne (1611-75) on behalf of, and latterly with, Louis XIV. The suite of plates is issued by the Jesuit College, and comprises the title, set on an ermine mantle placed before the arms and symbols of the sun king; it is signed by the artist (Pierre-Paul Sevin), the engraver (L.Cossin), and calligrapher (René Michault). The text, a treatise on rhetoric by Turenne’s nephew, is dedicated to the martial exploits of Louis XIV. The epistolatory dedication by P.de La Rue is followed by the royal dedicatory portrait within allegorical surround and 12 plates (on 6 leaves) each containing three philosophical maxims by P. Fr. Nepveu bordered by richly ornate engravings: these comprise a head-piece vignette illustrating and naming the campaign, a tail-piece in cartouche or tablet with brief summary of the main events of the action; either side are 2 emblematic devices (in all 48, of which 28 are attributed by Praz to Claude-François Menestrier). Linking the illustrations are an extraordinarily inventive array of pagan and Christian figures, mythical creatures, symbolic instruments, grotesque ornaments, and floral and foliar decoration. The Jesuit, Claude-François Menestrier (1631-1705) was particularly renowned for his treatises on the art of devices and emblems. He also deployed his encyclopaedic knowledge in devising pageants, ceremonies, ballets, armorial bearings and games of wit for the king and courtiers. Of the artists named on the title, the painter, Pierre-Paul Sevin, was notable for illustrating the events of the reign of Louis XIV and employing use of late Baroque symbolism; the calligrapher, René Michault, mentioned by Benezit as the author of an allegory on Louis XIV, is considered one of the best pupils of the great calligraphic master Jarré. Well preserved. The only edition of a magnificent example of the art of imagery which dominated the period. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-1491960008038

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