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69/3125 Dordrecht  Lyste waar in vertoont worden de Naamen van de Ed Groot Achtb Heeren Regenten der Stadt Dordrecht Mitsgaders van verscheide andere Collegien en Beampten des Jaars 1763/ 176569/3125 Dordrecht Lyste waar in vertoont worden de Naamen van de Ed Groot Achtb Heeren Regenten der Stadt Dordrecht Mitsgaders van verscheide andere Collegien en Beampten des Jaars 1763/ 1765
69/3125 [Dordrecht]. Lyste, waar in vertoont worden de Naamen, van de Ed. Groot Achtb. Heeren Regenten der Stadt Dordrecht: Mitsgaders van verscheide andere Collegien en Beampten, des Jaars 1763/ 1765/ 1767-1769/ 1790 and 1792. Dordr., P. van Braam, 1763-1792, 7 vols., contemp. unif. limp (1x green) vellum wallet bindings, 12mo.

- A few vols. vellum sl. stained. Otherwise fine.

= Contains the names of all city council members, the military, clergy, all notable professions etc. As well as information on the postal service, opening and closing of the city gates, transport time tables etc.

€ (150-250)
69 3126 Drake E C 69 3126 Drake E C
69 3126 Drake E C 69 3126 Drake E C
69 3126 Drake E C 69 3126 Drake E C
69/3126 Drake, E.C. A New Universal Collection of Authentic and Entertaining Voyages and Travels, from the Earliest Accounts to the Present Time. London, J. Cooke, 1768, (8),706p., engr. frontisp., fold. worldmap, 7 maps and 52 plates, contemp. calf over wooden sides, folio.

- New endpapers; frontisp. re-attached and remargined; a few lvs. w. sm. restorations; occas. trifle/ sl. (water)stained/ fingersoiled in blank margins. Rebacked w. use of orig. backstrip and covers.

= Cox I, p.18. Maps of i.a. Africa, North America, the Holy Roman Empire, Italy, India.

€ (400-600) 425
69 3127 Drexel H 69 3127 Drexel H
69/3127 Drexel, H. Horologium auxiliaris tutelaris angeli. Douai, B. Belleri, 1633, 383p., contemp. calf w. gilt spine, 16mo (8,3x5 cm.).

- Library stamp on verso title-p.; sl. foxed; new endpapers. Spine sl. dam./ repaired.

= BCNI 8588.

€ (40-60) 40
69 3128 Dullaert H 69 3128 Dullaert H
69/3128 Dullaert, H. Gedichten. Amst., G. onder de Linden, 1719, (16),212[=200],(1)p., engr. portr. by J. HOUBRAKEN, engr. title vignette and engr. dedic. coat of arms, contemp. vellum.

- Lacks the engr. frontisp.; engr. portrait loose; sl. foxed.

= The rare first edition of the collected poems by Heiman Dullaert (1636-1684), posthumously published by D. van Hoogstraten with dedication, introduction and a short biography of the author. Scheepers I, 102; Scheurleer 200.

€ (100-150) 140
69 3129 Economics  Oudshoff W 69 3129 Economics Oudshoff W
69/3129 [Economics]. Oudshoff, W. Volledig theoretisch en praktisch handboek voor het Italiaansch of Koopmans Boekhouden. Rott., Mensing en Van Westreenen, 1833, 1st ed., XIX,(1),313p., fold. tables, contemp. hcalf, 4to.

- Second half w. waterst. in upper part; some thumbing/ soiling/ foxing; one table w. large tear. Binding rubbed/ sl. worn.

= Bierens de Haan 3663.

€ (40-60)
69/3130 (Eeckhout, K.J. van de). De herstelde uitgelezene gedichten, by een verzamelt. Schiedam, J. de Raat, 1707, 2 parts in 1 vol., (4),398,(6); (18),304,(6)p., engr. frontisp., contemp. vellum.

- Occas. waterst.

€ (50-70) 60
69 3131 Eginhartus Einhard 69 3131 Eginhartus Einhard
69/3131 Eginhartus (Einhard). De vita et gestis Caroli Magni. Cum commentario J.F. Besselius, J. Bolland and M.H. Goldastus. Ed. J.H. Schminckius. Utr., W. van de Water, 1711, (42),248,(18)p., 1 fold. engr. plate, 1 fold. table, contemp. blindst. vellum, sm. 4to.

- Closed tear in fold. plate. Lower joint split over 6 cm. = Graesse II, p.465. The first Schminckius edition.

€ (70-90) 90
69 3132 Egypt  Jablonski P E 69 3132 Egypt Jablonski P E
69/3132 [Egypt]. Jablonski, P.E. Pantheon Aegyptiorum (...). Frankf. a.O., J.C. Kleyb, 1750-1752, 3 parts and prolegomena in 1 vol., engr. title-vignette, contemp. vellum.

- (Sl.) foxed; library stamp on verso first title-p. Two library tickets on spine.

= Brunet III, p.476: "Ouvrage savant et fort estimé".

€ (100-150) 100
69/3133 Emblemata  Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt 69/3133 Emblemata Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt
69/3133 Emblemata  Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt 69/3133 Emblemata Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt
69/3133 Emblemata  Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt 69/3133 Emblemata Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt
69/3133 [Emblemata]. Af-beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts-nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt. Antw., Plantiinsche druckeriie, 1640, (8),712,(7)p., engr. title by M. NATALIS after A. DIEPENBEKE, 103 half-page engr. emblems within cartouches by C. GALLE, contemp. calf w. richly gilt spine and mor. letterpiece, 4to.

- Bookplate on upper pastedown; one leaf torn; sl. (water)stained. Both joints split(ting); sl. worn along extremities.

= Landwehr 11; Praz p.185/187; BCNI 9279. The text is attributed to J. Tollenaere, translated from the original latin by L. Udens; A. Poirters wrote the Dutch verses. The first and only edition. SEE ILLUSTRATION PLATE CXXIII.

€ (400-600)
69/3134 Emblemata  Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt 69/3134 Emblemata Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt
69/3134 Emblemata  Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt 69/3134 Emblemata Af beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt
69/3134 [Emblemata]. Af-beeldinghe van d'eerste eeuwe der societeyt Iesu voor ooghen ghestelt door de duyts-nederlantsche provincie der selver societeyt. Antw., Plantiinsche druckeriie, 1640, (8),712,(7)p., engr. title by M. NATALIS after A. DIEPENBEKE, 103 half-page (1x full-p.) engr. emblems within cartouches by C. GALLE, later panelled calf, a.e.g., 4to.

- First few lvs. very vaguely waterstained in upper part, otherwise contents fine. Recased w. use of old leather over covers.

= Landwehr 11; Praz p.185/187; BCNI 9279. The text is attributed to J. Tollenaere, translated from the original latin by L. Udens; A. Poirters wrote the Dutch verses. The first and only edition.

€ (400-600)
69 3135 Emblemata  Bruin C 69 3135 Emblemata Bruin C
69 3135 Emblemata  Bruin C 69 3135 Emblemata Bruin C
69/3135 [Emblemata]. Bruin, C. Uitbreiding, over honderd leerzame zinnebeelden. Amst., H. Bosch, 1722, (14),201,(5),(2 publisher's cat.)p., engr. frontisp., title engr. and 100 half-p. circular emblematic ills., contemp. vellum.

- Waterstained in margins, mainly vaguely; some marginal smudging. Vellum soiled.

= Landwehr 84; Praz p.288. First and only edition of this work by Claas Bruin (1670-1732), who was a bookkeeper in Amsterdam until his death.

€ (150-250)
69 3136 Emblemata  Burgundia A à 69 3136 Emblemata Burgundia A à
69 3136 Emblemata  Burgundia A à 69 3136 Emblemata Burgundia A à
69/3136 [Emblemata]. Burgundia, A. à. Des wereldts proef-steen ofte de ydelheydt door de waerheyd beschuldight ende overtuyght van valscheydt. Dutch transl. P. Gheschier. Antw., Wed. en Erfgen. J. Cnobbaert, 1643, (28 (of 32)),368p., 50 engr. emblematic ills. by A. PAULI after A. VAN DIEPENBEECK, contemp calf, 4to.

- Lacks the engr. title and a prelim. leaf; from leaf *3 onwards complete, apart from lacking upper half of last free endpaper; bookplate on upper pastedown; upper hinge showing. Upper joint split but holding on cords, top of spine sl. dam.

= Landwehr 242; Praz p.293 (note); Hollstein XVII (Pauli), 25; De Vries 178 ("De tekst in 't Latijn is in proza en geheel anders dan de Nederl. verzen"); BCNI 9627.

€ (100-150) 190
69 3137 Emblemata  Elger W den 69 3137 Emblemata Elger W den
69/3137 [Emblemata]. Elger, W. den. Zinne-beelden der Liefde, Met Puntdigten en Aanteekeningen van -. Leyden, B. vander Aa, 1703, (16),368p., engr. frontisp. by H. VANDER AA, title-vignette and 46 (of 50) emblems, later gilt hcalf, sm. 4to.

- Lacks 4 lvs. w. emblem; frontisp. and one other leaf frayed and w. some lost marginal portions, affecting the last part of the address on the frontisp.; one leaf w. extensive old annots., cut short when rebound; partly waterstained. Later paper over covers.

= Landwehr 212 ; Praz p.322.

€ (70-90)
69 3138 Emblemata  Haeften B 69 3138 Emblemata Haeften B
69/3138 [Emblemata]. Haeften, B. De Heyr-Baene des Cruys, Seer vermaeckelijck om lesen; Door de welcke seer ghestichtelijck aen alle soorten van menschen, soo gheestelijcke als werelijcke, gheleert wort, hoemen door de Cruycen van alderhande lijden, oft tegen-spoet van dese bedroefde tijdelijcke wereldt, geraecken moet tot de eeuwige vreught-saligheydt des Hemels. Ed. P. Mallants. Antw., C. Woons, 1672, 2nd ed., (24),440,(24)p., engr. title, 14 full-p. emblematic ills., contemp. calf w. 2 brass clasps and catches.

- Sl. thumbed; new endpapers. Rebacked w. use of orig. backstrip; upper joint splitting.

= Landwehr 275; Praz p.361; BCNI 12927.

€ (150-250)
69 3139 Emblemata  Hesius G 69 3139 Emblemata Hesius G
69/3139 [Emblemata]. Hesius, G. Emblemata sacra de fide, spe, charitate. Antw., Ex Officina Plantiniana Balthasaris Moreti, 1636, 404,(2)p., small title-woodcut, 116 emblems by J.C. JEGHER after E. QUELLINUS, 18th cent. mottled calf, spine gilt w. i.a. bird tool, 12mo.

- First ±35 lvs. (sm.) waterstain in outer margin; old owner's entry on title-p.; one leaf sm. marginal tear. Binding rubbed along extremities; foot of spine sl. chipped.

= Landwehr 83; Praz p.367; BCNI 8942. The nice emblems depict (putti with) music instruments, the effects of (sun)light, working or playing putti etc.

€ (150-250) 275
69 3140 Emblemata  Houbraken A 69 3140 Emblemata Houbraken A
69/3140 [Emblemata]. Houbraken, A. Dichtkundige bespiegelingen op LVII gepaste in koper gebragte zinnebeelden. Verrijkt met eenige nagelaate gedichten, van mejuffrouw Gezine Brit. Amst., L. Groenewoud, 1782, 2nd ed., (18),272 [=268],(8)p., engr. frontisp., 57 textills., contemp. stiff wr.

- Title loose; occas. foxed spots. Binding worn; spine dam. = Landwehr 341; Praz, p.375.

€ (70-90)
69 3141 Emblemata  Hugo H 69 3141 Emblemata Hugo H
69/3141 [Emblemata]. Hugo, H. Goddelycke Wenschen Verlicht met sinnebeelden en vierige uytspraken der Out-vaders/ na-gevolgt de Latijnsche (...) door Justus de Harduyn. Antw., P.I. Paets, 1645, (18),434,(3)p., woodcut title, 3 div. titles within (ident.) woodcut border, armorial woodcut, introd. emblem and 45 emblems by C. VAN SICHEM after BOETIUS À BOLSWERT, contemp. vellum, 12mo.

- Pastedowns detached/ lacking.

= Landwehr 358; De Vries 130 (erroneous collation); BCNI 9887. The second edition of the Dutch translation of Pia desideria (first ed. Antw., H. Aertssens, 1629), w. woodcuts from the Latin ed. by Paets, 1628.

AND 1 other: J. LUIKEN, Jezus en de Ziel. Een Geestelyke Spiegel voor 't gemoed (Amst., 1714, engr. frontisp. and 39 emblems, modern hcl., sm. 8vo).

€ (100-150) 100
69 3142 Emblemata  Hugo H 69 3142 Emblemata Hugo H
69/3142 [Emblemata]. Hugo, H. Pia Desideria tribus libris comprehensa. I. Gemitus animae poenitentis: II. Vota Animae Sanctae: III. Suspiria Animae amantis. Antw., J.B. Verdussen, 1711, (16),416p., 46 engr. plates, woodcut vignettes, contemp. calf, 12mo.

- Old owner's entry on title-p.; upper hinge sl. weak. Backstrip sl. dam.

= Cf. Landwehr 355 (ed. 1740); Praz 376-377: "Between 1624 and 1757 no less than 42 Latin editions are recorded".

AND 1 other: J. PAUWELS, Anthologia Mariana. Tres libros complectens, figuris emblematicis distincta, B. Virginis (Antw., 1775, engr. frontisp. and 3 emblematic ills., contemp. gilt calf. Waterstained).

€ (80-100) 90
69 3143 Emblemata  Joseph a S Barbara 69 3143 Emblemata Joseph a S Barbara
69/3143 [Emblemata]. Joseph a S. Barbara. Het geestelyck kaert-spel met herten troef, oft het spel der liefde. Antw., P.J. Rymers, n.d. (±1730), 3rd ed., (8),526,(2)p., engr. title and 14 plates by F. BOUTTATS, contemp. calf w. gilt spine w. mor. letterpiece, sm. 8vo.

- Occas. sl. yellowed/ foxed; sm. stamp on title-p.; bookplate on verso engr. title. Binding worn along extremities; spine-ends sl. dam. Good copy.

= Landwehr 393; cf. Praz p.384; Scheepers II, 1115; cf. The Children's World of Learning (1st ed. 1666). Curious love emblem book with hearts as trump cards in a game of love. The very imaginative plates designed by Fred. Bouttats, depicting i.a. the cards of hearts with miniature views and symbols within the hearts. Approbations dated 1666.

AND 2 others: (J. ALVAREZ DE PAZ), Besloten Hof, het Innigh Ghebedt, Betuynt Met de Doornen-Haghe der Verstervinghe (Antw., 1658, engr. title-vignette, contemp. calf w. 2 clasps and catches, sm. 8vo. Partly waterst.; rebacked. BCNI 11390) and W. STANIHURST, Nieuwe afbeldinghe van de vier uytersten (ibid., 1664, 2nd ed., engr. title, plates and ills., contemp. overlapping vellum, sm. 8vo. Good copy; BCNI 12137).

€ (100-150) 160
69 3144 Emblemata  Joseph a S Barbara 69 3144 Emblemata Joseph a S Barbara
69/3144 [Emblemata]. Joseph a S. Barbara. Het geestelyck kaert-spel met herten troef, oft het spel der liefde. Antw., J. van Gaesbeeck, n.d. (±1730), 3rd ed., (8),520,(8)p., engr. title and 14 plates by F. BOUTTATS, contemp. calf w. gilt spine, sm. 8vo.

- Trifle yellowed/ spotted; first free endpaper w. ticket pasted over old owner's entry. Backstrip worn and heavily creased; spine-ends chipped/ sl. dam.

= Landwehr 393; cf. Praz p.384; Scheepers II, 1115; cf. The Children's World of Learning (1st ed. 1666). Curious love emblem book with hearts as trump cards in a game of love. The very imaginative plates designed by Fred. Bouttats, depicting i.a. the cards of hearts with miniature views and symbols within the hearts. Approbations dated 1666.

AND 1 other: (N. VAN MILST), Het houte sleutelken tot openinge van het menschen hert, gepast op eenige wôorden van d'Evangeliën (Antw., 1706, engr. frontisp., modern leather, sm. 8vo. Stamps and owner's entries on (verso of) title-p.; BCNI 16498).

€ (100-150)