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66 3096 Chamberlayne J 66 3096 Chamberlayne J
66/3096 Chamberlayne, J. Oratio Dominica in diversas omnium fere gentium Linguas versa et propriis cujusque Linguae characteribus expressa, Una cum Dissertationibus nonnullis de Languarum Origine, variisque ipsarum permutationibus. Amst., G. and D. Goeree, 1715, 2 parts in 1 vol., (48),94,(5),(1 blank); (2),156p., 2 fold. engr. plates w. scripts, engr. ills. w. scripts, contemp. vellum, sm. 4to.

- Sm. wormhole(s) in blank fore-edge margin, only occas. sl. affecting letters. Pastedowns loose; first 2 blanks sl. dam. at fore-edge from loose(ning) turn-ins. Binding sl. soiled.

= Ebert 3978; Graesse II, p.112; Brunet I, 1761. Contains The Lords Prayer in over 100 languages, versions and characters. The 2nd part (also by Chamberlayne) titled Dissertationes ex occasione sylloges Orationum Dominicarum scriptae. Rare.

€ (400-600)
66 3097 Chapron N 66 3097 Chapron N
66/3097 Chapron, N. Sacrae historia acta a Raphael Urbin. in Vaticanis xystis ad picturae miraculum expressa. Rome, P. Mariette, 1649, engr. title-p., portrait, 52 plates, 19th cent. giltlettered hcl., obl. folio.

- Spine dam.

= Lvs. i.a. w. watermark Arches, probably 18th cent. impression. Brunet IV, p.1108; Thieme-Becker VI, p.379. Fine engravings after the frescoes by Rafaël in the Vatican.

€ (400-600) 400
66 3098 China  Dapper O 66 3098 China Dapper O
66 3098 China  Dapper O 66 3098 China Dapper O
66 3098 China  Dapper O 66 3098 China Dapper O
66/3098 [China]. Dapper, O. Gedenkwaerdig Bedryf der Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Maetschappye, op de Kuste en in het Keizerrijk van Taising of Sina (...). Beneffens een Beschryving van geheel Sina. Amst., J. van Meurs, 1670, 2 parts in 1 vol., (8),504,(6); (2),263,(1)p., engr. frontisp., 1 double-p. chart, 32 double-p./ fold. and 6 single-p. plates, 57 half-p. textills., contemp. marbled calf w. gilt spine w. mor. letterpiece, large 4to.

- The second part in second issue with the 4 folding plates with reproductions of Chinese illustrations, always lacking in the first issue. Occas. browned/ foxed (incl. plates); frontisp. w. rubbed spots and remargined in outer margin; a few sm. marginal tears closed w. browned sellotape. Binding worn along extremities; upper joint split but strong on cords; spine-ends sl. dam./ repaired.

= Landwehr, VOC 544; Tiele 304; Cordier, Sinica 2348 and 27; Lipperheide Le4; Lust 507. The first edition, describing the 2nd and 3rd embassies of the VOC to China, with accounts of the events on Formosa and a description of China. The plates and illustrations show a great variety of (large) town views, architecture, customs, natural history etc.

€ (1.500-2.500) 1600
66 3099 China  Dapper O 66 3099 China Dapper O
66 3099 China  Dapper O 66 3099 China Dapper O
66/3099 [China]. Dapper, O. Gedenkwaerdig Bedryf der Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Maetschappye, op de Kuste en in het Keizerrijk van Taising of Sina (...). Beneffens een Beschryving van geheel Sina. Amst., J. van Meurs, 1670, 2 parts in 1 vol., (8),504,(6); (2),263,(1)p., engr. frontisp., 1 double-p. chart, 32 double-p./ fold. and 6 single-p. plates, 57 half-p. textills., contemp. marbled calf w. gilt spine w. mor. letterpiece, large 4to.

- The second part in second issue with the 4 folding plates with reproductions of Chinese illustrations, always lacking in the first issue. Good copy, for the greater part waterstained in outer margins, also affecting plates; some other marginal defects and repaired tears (incl. frontisp. and a few plates); thumbsoiled; 1 textleaf loose. Binding sl. soiled/ stained; spine-ends worn; lacks ties.

= Landwehr, VOC 544; Tiele 304; Cordier, Sinica 2348 and 27; Lipperheide Le4; Lust 507. The first edition, describing the 2nd and 3rd embassies of the VOC to China, with accounts of the events on Formosa and a description of China. The plates and illustrations show a great variety of (large) town views, architecture, customs, natural history etc. Nice old owner's entry on lower pastedown: "Dat dezen boek konde spreken, daer zou hem niemand in zijnen konnen steken of hij zou zeggen: hoe.? hoe.? hoe....? Ik behoor aen Mijnheer Putte toe". On first free endpaper Mr Putte threatens the potential thief with such a spanking that "hij zal roepen ach ach ach mijn bille". SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXL.

€ (1.200-1.500) 1300
66 3100 Clarevallensis B  Bernard of Clairvaux 66 3100 Clarevallensis B Bernard of Clairvaux
66/3100 Clarevallensis, B. (Bernard of Clairvaux). Sancti Bernardi abbatis primi Clarevallensis et ecclesiae doctoris, opera omnia in sex tomos distributa, Quorum Primus Epistolas; Secundus Sermones sestiuos & diuersos; Tertius Exposituinem in Cantica; Quartus Tractatus varios; Quintus Opera dubia & supposititia; Sextus aliene complectitur: Praemissâ toti operi Chronologiâ, una cum Vita Bernardi ab Alano scripta, aliis Auctoribus in calcem rejectis, cum Indicibus necessariis. Paris, Apud Fredericum Leonard, 1667, 6 parts in 2 vols., 6 woodcut title vignettes, contemp. unif. mottled calf w. gilt spine, folio.

- Complete, although erroneously paginated at times; trifle foxed; otherwise fine copy; bookplates on upper pastedowns. Binding worn along extremitiesl; spine-ends chipped; boards chafed; corners showing.

€ (100-150) 110
66/3101 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Apuleius, L. Opera. Zweibrücken, Ex Typographia Societatis, 1788, 2 vols., (2),XXXVIII,279; (2),325,(3)p., 2 engr. circular title-portraits, contemp. unif. boards.

- Both vols. 2 bookplates on upper pastedown; vol. 1 w. owner's entry ("Willem Kloos 6 Mei '82") in pencil on title-p.; trifle yellowed/ foxed. Boards rubbed and sl. worn.

Macrobius, A.Th. Opera. Ibid., idem, 1788, 2 vols., (2),XIV,381; (2),343,(94)p., 2 engr. circular title-portraits, contemp. unif. gilt hcalf.

- Sl. foxed. Otherwise fine.

AND 3 others, i.a. C. SILIUS ITALICUS, Punicorum libri septemdecim (ibid., 1784, engr. title-portrait, contemp. boards) and C. NEPOS, Vitae Excellentium Imperatorum. Ed. A van Staveren (Leyden, 1773, engr. title, contemp. calf schoolprize binding of The Hague (gilding partly worn off)).

€ (80-100) 90
66 3102 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Aristoteles 66 3102 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Aristoteles
66/3102 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Aristoteles. Verhandeling over de dichtkunst. (...) Waaragter gevoegd zyn eenige Verhandelingen over de Dichtkunst en het Tooneel der Ouden, door M.C. Curtius. Amst., A. Fokke Simonsz., 1780, XVI,112p., engr. titlevignette, contemp. boards.

- Owner's entry on verso frontcover; occas. sl. foxed. Spine rubbed, ofherwise fine.

= Geerebaert XVII, 3. One copy in NCC. Rare.

€ (70-90) 90
66 3103 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Cellarius e a 66 3103 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Cellarius e a
66/3103 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Cellarius e.a. Introduction à la Connoissance des Antiquitez Romaines. Ed. L. Vaslet. The Hague, Les Frères Vaillant & N. Prevost, 1723, XXVII,(5),291,(21)p., contemp. calf w. gilt spine.

- Occas. trifle foxed. Binding sl. rubbed, but otherwise very fine.

AND a mediocre copy of P. BERTHAULT, Florus Franciscus sive rerum a Francis bello gestarum epitome (Köln, 1653, engr. title, contemp. calf, 12mo).

€ (60-80)
66 3104 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Cicero M T 66 3104 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Cicero M T
66/3104 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Cicero, M.T. Opera omnia. Ed. C. Schrevelius. Amst./ Leyden, L. and D. Elzevier/ F. Hackius, 1661, 2 vols., (8),51,(5),636; 637-1339,(53)p., engr. title-p., contemp. unif. calf w. 2 sl. contrasting (mor./ calf) letterpieces, sm. 4to.

- Occas. sl. foxed; one leaf w. sm. inkstains. Covers chafed/ sl. worn; corners worn; top of spines sl. dam.; foot of spines worn.

= Willems 1268.

€ (100-150) 100
66/3105 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Cicero, M.T. Philosophicorum (Librorum), pars prima - tertia. Ed. D. Lambinus. Paris, J. Dupuis, 1573, 3 parts in 2 vols. w. continuous pagination, (2),4135-5459p., 18th cent. unif. gilt hcalf.

- Parts 1 and 2 w. (partly erased) library stamp on title-p.; owner's entry (dated 1655) on title-p. part 1; scattered contemp. underlining and annots. throughout. Covers sl. rubbed; gilding on spine sl. wearing off.

= Published as parts 7-9 of the Opera Omnia. Adams C1657; Schweiger p.105.

€ (250-350)
66 3106 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Claudianus C 66 3106 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Claudianus C
66/3106 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Claudianus, C. Opera, quae extant, omnia (...). Ed. N. Heinsius and P. Burmannus. Amst., Ex Officina Schouteniana, 1760, (14),XXXII,(2),1112p., contemp. vellum w. gilt coat of arms of Amsterdam within elaborate decorative border on both covers, paper letterpiece, 4to.

- Bookplate on verso title-p.; trifle foxed. Binding sl. soiled; frontcover w. dam. spot; lacks ties.

= Schweiger p.284; Spoelder 10.

€ (80-100) 110
66/3107 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Clemens I, Pope. Opera, quae ad hunc usque diem extare comperta sunt: cuius D. Paulus ad Philippenses scribens meminit, quique eam quae ad Hebraeos conscripta est epistolam, magno Graecorum & Latinorum consensu scripsisse fertur. Ed. T. Rufinus. Paris, M. Sonnius, 1568, (6),613,(20)lvs., woodcut printer's vignette, historiated initials and headpieces, contemp. calf, gilt spine.

- Three lvs. dam. in outer blank margin (1x cut short); owner's entry cut away from first free endpaper. Spine creased and sl. worn at spine-ends.

= Adams C2116; cf. BM French STC Suppl. p.24 (ed. Paris, 1544).

€ (100-150) 100
66 3108 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Crellius F 66 3108 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Crellius F
66 3108 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Crellius F 66 3108 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Crellius F
66/3108 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Crellius, F. Isagoge Logica: In duas Partes tributa: in communem & Propriam. Heidelberg, M. Harnisch, 1595, 5th ed., (32),467p., contemp. richly blindst. pigskin.

- Title-p. loosening and corner lacking; a few contemp. annots. and underlining in red and black ink; bookplate on upper pastedown; lacks first free endpaper; lower pastedown sl. wormholed. Backcover w. some offsetting; binding sl. rubbed. = Rare.

€ (150-250)
66/3109 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Euripides. Tragoedia Phoenissae. Ed. H. Grotius and L.C. Valckenaer. Leyden, S. and J. Luchtmans, 1802, 2 parts in 1 vol., (4),XXIII,(1),452; 196p., Greek and Latin text, later gilt hcalf, 4to.

- Occas. trifle foxed. Spine rubbed. = Ter Meulen/ Diermanse 500.

AND 2 others, i.a. D.J. VAN LENNEP, De werken en dagen van Hesiodus (Amst., 1823, engr. title, contemp. boards).

€ (80-100) 90
66 3110 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Frenzel von Friedenthal S 66 3110 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Frenzel von Friedenthal S
66/3110 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Frenzel von Friedenthal, S. Epigrammatum. Pars Altera, In decem Libellos distributa: Quorum duo sacrorum: sex miscellaneorum: unus eroticon nuptialium, et genethliacon: postremus epitaphiorum. Helmstedt, J. Lucius, 1599, (5),203,(4) lvs., heraldic woodcut, contemp. bronze stamped vellum w. remains of ties and w. central portrait medallion w. "dominus iesus christus filius dei salvator mundi rex regum et dominus" on frontcover and gilt double fillet around borders and floral corner ornaments on both covers.

- Upper hinge weak; sm. annot. on upper pastedown; first free endpaper lacking. Binding w. a few foxed spots.= Attractive binding. S. Frenzel von Friedenthal is S. Frencelius Silesius.

€ (300-500) 300
66/3111 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Gellius, A. Noctes Atticae. Lyon, S. Gryphius, 1546, (64),533,(1)p., woodcut printer's mark, later hvellum. - BOUND WITH: Mosellanus, P. In Auli Gellii Noctes Atticas, annotationes. Ibid., idem, 1542, 213p., woodcut printer's mark.

- First endpaper and title-p. to the first work w. extensive (crossed out) scribbling and (old) annots.; some scattered old. annots. in blank margins; occas. foxed/ browned/ yellowed.

= Adams G357/ not in Adams.

€ (100-150) 140
66 3112 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Gellius A 66 3112 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Gellius A
66/3112 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Gellius, A. Noctes Atticae. Amst., L. Elzevier, 1651, (48),498,(122)p., engr. title, contemp. hcalf w. mor. letterpiece, 12mo.

- First and part of 2nd quire w. sm. waterstain in lower blank margin; a few quires w. brown stain in upper outer corner. Corners showing; binding (sl.) rubbed along extremities.

= Willems 1127 and Rahir 1145. "Édition fort jolie et qui passe pour très correcte" (Willems); Schweiger II, p.378: "Neue, werthvolle Recens (...)".

€ (50-70) 50
66 3113 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Hadrianus Junius 66 3113 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Hadrianus Junius
66/3113 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Hadrianus Junius. Animadversa, ejusdemque de coma commentarium, ab autore innumeris in locis emendata, & insignibus supplementis locupletata. Accedit adpendix Hadriani Junii ad animadversa sua, nunc primum ex clariss. viri autographo in lucem edita. Ex bibliotheca Corn. van Arckel. Rott., J. Hofhout, 1708, (24),632p., engr. frontisp. portrait of the author by D. COSTER, contemp. vellum.

- Waterstained throughout; sm. portion torn from lower blank margin of frontisp.; with library stamp of the "Remonstr.-Geref. Gemeente Rotterdam" on title-p. (w. sl. offsetting on opposite frontisp. in lower blank margin).

= With MANUSCRIPT GIFT PRESENTATION by the editor Cornelis van Arckel on title-p. to the library of the Rotterdam Remonstrant Church.

€ (70-100) 160
66 3114 Classical antiquity and neolatinism  Historiae poeticae scriptores antiqui 66 3114 Classical antiquity and neolatinism Historiae poeticae scriptores antiqui
66/3114 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Historiae poeticae scriptores antiqui. Paris, F. Muguet, 1675, 3 parts in 1 vol., 56,(2),480; 62,(16p. w. tables); 158p., woodcut title-vignette, contemp. calf w. richly gilt spine and red mor. letterpiece, gilt dec. pink endpapers.

- Old libr. stamp and some sl. foxing on title-p.; endpapers sl. dam. Joints starting/ splitting; binding sl. rubbed along extremities.

€ (100-150)
66/3115 [Classical antiquity and neolatinism]. Hoogstraten, D. van. Beschryving der heidensche Goden en Godinnen, Getogen uyt de Fabelschryveren en Oude Dichteren. Amst., N. ten Hoorn, 1716, (10),261,(31)p., engr. title-p. after J. GOEREE, 32 ills. on 16 plates, contemp. vellum, sm. 8vo.

- Upper hinge broken; first (blank) lvs. loose(ning). Vellum sl. soiled.

AND a stripped copy of F. POMEY, Pantheum mythicum, seu fabulosa deorum historia (...) (Amst./ Utr., 1777, contemp. gilt vellum. Lacks all plates).

€ (70-90) 110