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Prize binding from Gouda; with two impressive battle scenes by Romeyn de Hooghe

Prize binding from Gouda; with two impressive battle scenes by Romeyn de Hooghe Prize binding from Gouda; with two impressive battle scenes by Romeyn de Hooghe Prize binding from Gouda; with two impressive battle scenes by Romeyn de Hooghe Prize binding from Gouda; with two impressive battle scenes by Romeyn de Hooghe Prize binding from Gouda; with two impressive battle scenes by Romeyn de Hooghe View picture(s)

1 AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS.
Rerum gestarum qui de XXXI supersunt, libri XVIII. Ope mss. codicum emendati ab Frederico Lindenbrogio & Henrico Hadrianoque Valesiis cum eorundem integris observationibus & annotationibus, item excerpta vetera de gestis Constantini & regum Italiae. Omnia nunc recognita ab Jacobo Gronovio, qui suas quoque notas passim inseruit & necessariis ad Ammiani illustrationem antiquis nummis ac figuris exornari curavit.
Leyden, Pieter van der Aa, 1693. 4to. Contemporary vellum, ribbed decorated and gilt spine with title lettered in ink, sides with central gilt-stamped coat-of-arms of Gouda, surrounded by a thorn branch (Spoelder, p. 568: 'Gouda 2'), and double gilt filets along edges, red speckled edges. Full-page engraved allegorical frontispiece with Minerva sitting on a pedestal on with title in letterpress, printed title with engraved vignette, full-page engraved portrait of Gronovius by A. v. Zylvelt, 2 dated (1692) folding engraved battle scenes signed by Romeyn de Hooghe (ca. 232 x 355mm), folding engraved plate (468  x 328mm) of the famous Ramses obelisk erected in Rome, showing the hieroglyphs on all of its four sides, 6 full-page numbered engraved plates with Roman coins, 8 full-page engraved plates with Roman emperors on coins (space for title left blank), one half-page engraved illustration of Lacus Ascanius, and one engraved headpiece in text, woodcut end piece and initials. (68, incl. frontispiece), 724, (20) pp. Full description >>

Related Subjects: 17th Century  Greek & Latin  History  Numismatics  Rome  Romeyn de Hooghe 

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Religious print-series designed by Romeyn de Hooghe

Religious print-series designed by Romeyn de Hooghe Religious print-series designed by Romeyn de Hooghe Religious print-series designed by Romeyn de Hooghe Religious print-series designed by Romeyn de Hooghe Religious print-series designed by Romeyn de Hooghe View picture(s)

2 LA VIGNE, David de & Mr. De CHERTABLON.
La maniere de se bien preparer a la mort, par des considerations sur la cene, la passion & la mort de Jesus-Christ, avec de très-belles estampes emblematiques, expliquées par Mr. De Chertablon.
Antwerp (Amsterdam?), George Gallet, 1700. 4to. Contemporary light brown calf, spine richly gilt in compartments with red title-label lettered in gold, gilt borders along the edges of both sides with large gilt coat-of-arms of the Duke De Richelieu in centre, gilt binding-edges, gilt dentelles, red painted edges, marbled endpapers. Title printed in red and black, engraved emblematic frontispiece with Death knocking on the door (A), 39 beautifully designed and engraved full-page plates showing people on their deathbed being shown the Crucifix and scenes of Christ's Passion on paintings held up high by little cherubs (numbered 1-39) and 2 full-page emblematic plates, numbered B-C, with death symbols, all copies (the most in reverse) of the etchings by Romeyn de Hooghe. 63, (1) pp. (Collation: A-H4). Full description >>

Related Subjects: Armorial Bindings  Dutch  Engravings  Print Series  Religion & Devotion  Romeyn de Hooghe 

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Seventeenth century prize book & certificate from the Latin School at Leiden

Seventeenth century prize book & certificate from the Latin School at Leiden Seventeenth century prize book & certificate from the Latin School at Leiden Seventeenth century prize book & certificate from the Latin School at Leiden Seventeenth century prize book & certificate from the Latin School at Leiden View picture(s)

3 EPICTETUS.
Enchiridium, unà cum Cebetis Thebani Tabula. Graecè & Latinè: ex recensione Abrahami Berkelii, cum ejusdem animadversionibus & notis: quibus acc. notae Wolfii, Casauboni, Caselii & aliorum, cum Graeca paraphrasi.
Leiden & Amsterdam, Ex Off. Daniel, Abraham & Adriaan à Gaasbeek, 1670. 8vo. Contemporary vellum with blind double ruling and corner pieces and a large gilt-stamped figure of Minerva, holding an escutcheon with the coat-of-arms of the city of Leyden, and underneath lettered "Lugd. Bata.", in centre on both covers. With richly designed frontispiece including the full-length portrait of Epictetus, and beautiful large folding allegorical plate, both etched by one of the most celebrated print makers of the late seventeenth century, Romeyn de Hooghe and dated '1670'. (24), 250, (2) pp. Full description >>

Related Subjects: 17th Century  Classical Antiquity  Greek & Latin  Law, Philosophy & Politics  Leyden  Prize Binding  Romeyn de Hooghe 

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With 10 folding engraved views of Haarlem by Romeyn de Hooghe

With 10 folding engraved views of Haarlem by Romeyn de Hooghe With 10 folding engraved views of Haarlem by Romeyn de Hooghe With 10 folding engraved views of Haarlem by Romeyn de Hooghe With 10 folding engraved views of Haarlem by Romeyn de Hooghe With 10 folding engraved views of Haarlem by Romeyn de Hooghe View picture(s)

4 SCHREVELIUS, Theodorus.
Harlemias, of Eerste Stichting der Stad Haarlem; haar Toeneemen en Vergrooten; zeldzaame avontuur in Vrede, Oorlog en Belegeringen; hare beginzelen van de eerste Reformatie; Politieque Raadslagen; Scheuring in de Kerke; de tyden van Lycester; Oude Keuren, gunstige Privilegien van Graaven; Regeeringe in de Plitie, zo hooge als laage, in 't Kerkelyke, Militaire, en Scholastique; de Oeffeningen der Ingezetenen, in alle Weetenschappen, Kunsten en Geleertheid, Neeringen en Handteeringen, enz. Vermeerdert met Historiesche Aantekeningen tot den jaare 1750.
Tweden Druk, met figuren. Haarlem, Joh. Marshoorn, 1754. 2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. Contemp. marbled calf, spine ribbed and richly gilt, with red title-label, gilt inner borders, red marbled edges. With engraved frontispiece by J. Folkema after T. Jelgersma, engraved headpiece to the dedication to Aron de Pinto by J. Folkema, and 48 mostly folding engraved views and plates by Romeyn de Hooghe, Jan Luyken, Schijnvoet, a.o., including a view into a printer's office, a whale stranded on the beach, Flora's Fool's cap, and some fine portraits. (24), 755, (1); 105, 16 pp. inserted inbetween. Full description >>

Related Subjects: Haarlem  Jan Luyken  Romeyn de Hooghe  Topographical Views 

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