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(LOON, GERARD VAN).
[Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld]: Five original 18th Century copperplate engravings of fine quality.
(Amsterdam, de Coup, 1717). A suite of 5 original single-sheet copperplate engravings of a very fine quality. Multiple impressions to each print. Measuring ca. 170 x 185 mm within a plate-mark. Strong strikes on laid paper with ample margins. In a very fine condition. Excellent.
¶ From: 'Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld, opkomst en onderscheid dergedenkpenningen; den aard, en rekenwyze der legpenningen; de wyze van't cyfferen der ouden, den oorspronk der cyfferletteren, toverpenningen en noodmunten. Mitsgaders van de vaste grondregelen, die in't ontwerpen, vergaderen, schikken en behandelen der penningen; moeten worden in acht genommen.' Written by Gerard van Loon (1683-1758); printed and published in 1717 by Pieter de Coup of Amsterdam. As common, the identity of the engraver craftsman or craftsmen, responsible for the fine prints, is not given. Rare. A wonderful set of prints, a scarce survivor unlikely to be found separated from the original work, in excellent condition. Preserved in acid-free, pH-balanced Renaissance archival paper. -- Note: each print is offered also individually.
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Boeknummer: 2449
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(LOON, GERARD VAN).
[Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld]: Original 18th Century copperplate engraving of fine quality. [PRINT].
(Amsterdam, de Coup, 1717). Original single-sheet copperplate engraving of a very fine quality. Multiple impressions. Measuring ca. 170 x 185 mm within a plate-mark. Strong strike on laid paper with ample margins. In a very fine condition. Excellent.
¶ From: 'Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld, opkomst en onderscheid dergedenkpenningen; den aard, en rekenwyze der legpenningen; de wyze van't cyfferen der ouden, den oorspronk der cyfferletteren, toverpenningen en noodmunten. Mitsgaders van de vaste grondregelen, die in't ontwerpen, vergaderen, schikken en behandelen der penningen; moeten worden in acht genommen.' Written by Gerard van Loon (1683-1758); printed and published in 1717 by Pieter de Coup of Amsterdam. As common, the identity of the engraver craftsman or craftsmen, responsible for the fine prints, is not given. Rare. OCLC records six copies only of this book worldwide. Two Dutch libraries, unrecorded on OCLC, also hold each a copy. A very handsome print, a scarce survivor unlikely to be found separated from the original work, in excellent condition. Preserved in acid-free, pH-balanced Renaissance archival paper.
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Boeknummer: 2450
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(LOON, GERARD VAN).
[Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld]: Original 18th Century copperplate engraving of fine quality. [PRINT].
(Amsterdam, de Coup, 1717). Original single-sheet copperplate engraving of a very fine quality. Multiple impressions. Measuring ca. 170 x 185 mm within a plate-mark. Strong strike on laid paper with ample margins. In a very fine condition. Excellent.
¶ From: 'Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld, opkomst en onderscheid dergedenkpenningen; den aard, en rekenwyze der legpenningen; de wyze van't cyfferen der ouden, den oorspronk der cyfferletteren, toverpenningen en noodmunten. Mitsgaders van de vaste grondregelen, die in't ontwerpen, vergaderen, schikken en behandelen der penningen; moeten worden in acht genommen.' Written by Gerard van Loon (1683-1758); printed and published in 1717 by Pieter de Coup of Amsterdam. As common, the identity of the engraver craftsman or craftsmen, responsible for the fine prints, is not given. Rare. OCLC records six copies only of this book worldwide. Two Dutch libraries, unrecorded on OCLC, also hold each a copy. A very handsome print, a scarce survivor unlikely to be found separated from the original work, in excellent condition. Preserved in acid-free, pH-balanced Renaissance archival paper.
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Boeknummer: 2451
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(LOON, GERARD VAN).
[Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld]: Original 18th Century copperplate engraving of fine quality. [PRINT].
(Amsterdam, de Coup, 1717). Original single-sheet copperplate engraving of a very fine quality. Multiple impressions. Measuring ca. 170 x 185 mm within a plate-mark. Strong strike on laid paper with ample margins. In a very fine condition. Excellent.
¶ From: 'Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld, opkomst en onderscheid dergedenkpenningen; den aard, en rekenwyze der legpenningen; de wyze van't cyfferen der ouden, den oorspronk der cyfferletteren, toverpenningen en noodmunten. Mitsgaders van de vaste grondregelen, die in't ontwerpen, vergaderen, schikken en behandelen der penningen; moeten worden in acht genommen.' Written by Gerard van Loon (1683-1758); printed and published in 1717 by Pieter de Coup of Amsterdam. As common, the identity of the engraver craftsman or craftsmen, responsible for the fine prints, is not given. Rare. OCLC records six copies only of this book worldwide. Two Dutch libraries, unrecorded on OCLC, also hold each a copy. A very handsome print, a scarce survivor unlikely to be found separated from the original work, in excellent condition. Preserved in acid-free, pH-balanced Renaissance archival paper.
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Boeknummer: 2453
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(LOON, GERARD VAN).
[Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld]: Original 18th Century copperplate engraving of fine quality. [PRINT].
(Amsterdam, de Coup, 1717). Original single-sheet copperplate engraving of a very fine quality. Multiple impressions. Measuring ca. 170 x 185 mm within a plate-mark. Strong strike on laid paper with ample margins. In a very fine condition. Excellent.
¶ From: 'Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld, opkomst en onderscheid dergedenkpenningen; den aard, en rekenwyze der legpenningen; de wyze van't cyfferen der ouden, den oorspronk der cyfferletteren, toverpenningen en noodmunten. Mitsgaders van de vaste grondregelen, die in't ontwerpen, vergaderen, schikken en behandelen der penningen; moeten worden in acht genommen.' Written by Gerard van Loon (1683-1758); printed and published in 1717 by Pieter de Coup of Amsterdam. As common, the identity of the engraver craftsman or craftsmen, responsible for the fine prints, is not given. Rare. OCLC records six copies only of this book worldwide. Two Dutch libraries, unrecorded on OCLC, also hold each a copy. A very handsome print, a scarce survivor unlikely to be found separated from the original work, in excellent condition. Preserved in acid-free, pH-balanced Renaissance archival paper.
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Boeknummer: 2454
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(LOON, GERARD VAN).
[Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld]: Original 18th Century copperplate engraving of fine quality. [PRINT].
(Amsterdam, de Coup, 1717). Original single-sheet copperplate engraving of a very fine quality. Multiple impressions. Measuring ca. 170 x 185 mm within a plate-mark. Strong strike on laid paper with ample margins. In a very fine condition. Excellent.
¶ From: 'Inleiding tot de heedendaagsche penningkunde ofte verhandeling van den oorsprong van't geld, opkomst en onderscheid dergedenkpenningen; den aard, en rekenwyze der legpenningen; de wyze van't cyfferen der ouden, den oorspronk der cyfferletteren, toverpenningen en noodmunten. Mitsgaders van de vaste grondregelen, die in't ontwerpen, vergaderen, schikken en behandelen der penningen; moeten worden in acht genommen.' Written by Gerard van Loon (1683-1758); printed and published in 1717 by Pieter de Coup of Amsterdam. As common, the identity of the engraver craftsman or craftsmen, responsible for the fine prints, is not given. Rare. OCLC records six copies only of this book worldwide. Two Dutch libraries, unrecorded on OCLC, also hold each a copy. A very handsome print, a scarce survivor unlikely to be found separated from the original work, in excellent condition. Preserved in acid-free, pH-balanced Renaissance archival paper.
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Boeknummer: 2455
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[JOBERT, LOUIS].
La scienza delle medaglie antiche e moderne. Opera tradotta dal linguaggio Francese nell'Italiano da Selvaggio Canturani.
Venezia, Lorenzo Baseggio [Laurentium Basilium], 1728. 12mo (180 x 100mm). Pp. (xiv), 454. Plus 9 (of 11) folding plates, each with about 12 engraved impressions of medals and coins (one loose, cut along fold). Plus the handsome, engraved frontispiece, by now well known for its view of two collectors in their coin cabinet, the spaciousness and luxury of which attests to the craze for medal collecting. Charming engraved illustration to title-page. Woodcut illustrated tail-pieces. Notes in neat contemporary hand to first blank prelim, a signature, old stamps (one to title-page), few first leaves bit stained at lower corner. Hardcover, handsomely bound in half calf and marbled boards, spine gilt. Lacks two plates, else a very good, handsome copy.
¶ ~ First Italian edition. Louis Jobert's (1637-1719) acclaimed manual, 'La science des medailles, pour l'instruction de ceux qui commencent à s'appliquer à la connoissance des medaillea antiques & modernes', first appeared in Paris in 1692/3 (Lucas). It went through several editions, and was translated into the main European languages. Lipsius p. 202. Cf. Brunet III, 549 (listing the French editions of 1715 & 1739). Provenance: from the library of the Royal College of Physicians in London, with its handsome, elaborately engraved armorial bookplate.
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Boeknummer: 3620
€  220.00
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BIE, JACOBI DE; CAROLI DUCIS CROII. [CHARLES DE CROY; JACOB JACOBUS JACQUES DE BYE; LUDOLPH SMIDS; SIGEBERTUS HAVERCAMPUS, SIWART HAVERKAMP, SIGEBERTI HAVERKAMPI; LUDOLPHI SMIDS].
Imperatorum Romanorum a Julio Caesare ad Heraclium usque, Numismata Aurea, Excellentissimi, dum viveret, Caroli ducis Croii et Arschotani &c. Magno & sumptuoso studio collecta, Nec minore fide, atque industriâ Jacobi de Bie ex archetypis in aes incisa, Brevi & Historico Commentario explicata, Nunc in Usum Studiosae Antiquitatum Iuventutis.
Berolini, Andr. Rüdiger [Berlin, Johannes Andreas Rüdigerus], 1705. Octavo. (205 x 170mm). Pp. (xxii), 175. Plus 64 numbered copperplates leaves, each with 12 illustrations of coins. Engraved frontispiece and engraved portrait. Handsome woodcut head-and tail-pieces and initials. Title printed in red and black; old inscription in neat contemporary hand to first free endpaper. Hardcover, bound in contemporary vellum, manuscript lettering to spine. Plates browned as usual in this edition due to stock quality. Overall a fine copy, neatly preserved.
¶ ~ The present Berlin edition, printed by Johannes Andreas Rüdigerus, was preceded by the Antwerp editions of 1615 and 1627 (Beller), and followed by the enlarged, 1738 Amsterdam edition (Schagen).
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Boeknummer: 3601
€  700.00
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BIE, JACOBI DE; LUDOLPHI SMIDS; SIGEBERTUS HAVERCAMPUS, CAROLI DUCIS CROII. [CHARLES DE CROY; JACOB JACOBUS JACQUES DE BYE; LUDOLPH SMIDS; SIWART HAVERKAMP, SIGEBERTI HAVERKAMPI].
Imperatorum Romanorum a Julio Caesare ad Heraclium usque, Numismata Aurea, Excellentissimi, dum viveret, Caroli ducis Croii et Arschotani &c. Magno & sumptuoso studio collecta, Nec minore fide, atque industriâ Jacobi de Bie ex archetypis in aes incisa, Brevi & Historico Commentario explicata. Accedit Ludolphi Smids M. D. Romanorum imperatorum pinacotheca. Sigebertus Havercampus Recensuit & auxit. [WITH 92 PLATES].
Amsteldam, Martinum Schagen, 1738. Three parts in one volume. With a total of 92 plates. Royal quarto (280 x 225mm). I: Pp. (xiv), (iv) half-title, second title-page dated 1737, (viii), 186, (6) index. Plus engraved frontispiece and engraved portrait. II: 64 numbered copperplate leaves, each with 12 illustrations of coins, printed on recto only. III: Pp. 28, second engraved frontispiece, a suite of 12 splendid copperplate portraits of Roman emperors mounted on horses, with historiated backgrounds, each portrait accompanied by a verse engraved at bottom. Plus a 13th such plate, this with allegorical illustration, concluding the suit. Plus 12 copperplate leaves, each with 12 illustrations of coins, printed on recto only. Main title-page printed in red and black. Footnotes; small chip to blank margin of a single plate, well away from image. Hardcover, bound in contemporary quarter goat skin, dyed and glazed, and marbled boards, spine with 5 raised bands; paper on boards rubbed, corner-tips bit worn. In a very good external condition and in fine internal condition. A wide-margined copy, untrimmed. Exceptionally bright interior; crisp plates.
¶ ~ The first and only enlarged edition of this work. Beautifully illustrated, this edition has an extended number of plates with a total of 912 coin impressions on 76 copperplates; 2 engraved frontispieces, one engraved bust portrait, and a remarkable suite of 13 exquisite equestrian emperor portraits, engraved by C. de Passe after Johannes Stradanus (Jan van der Straeten, 1523-1605). The work went through several editions, was first printed in Antwerp in 1615 and 1627 (Beller); later in Berlin in 1705 (Rüdiger). In 1738 publisher Martin Schagen got the publishing rights and issued the present copy. He could now reset the entire work and print it in elegant quarto format, add the Johannes Stradanus suite of portraits, extra suite of coin illustrations, and allow the plates the freedom to remain bound separately from the text. The edition was printed on handsome laid paper with ample margins, and the strikes of the plates are remarkably more beautiful than these of their predecessors.
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Boeknummer: 3600
€  1200.00
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BURMANNI, PETRI [PIETER BURMAN (BURMANN), PETRUS BURMANNUS].
Zeus kataibates. Sive Jupiter fulgerator, in Cyrrhestarum nummis. Ad virum illustrem Gisbertum Cuperum, urbis Daventriensis consulem.
Trajecti Batavorum, ex officina Guilielmi vande Water [Utrecht, Willem van de Water], 1700. Octavo (200 x 150mm). Pp. (ii), 122, (2) verso blank. Large engraved illustration to title-page, depicting 4 Greek-Roman bronze coins of Cyrrhus, with Jupiter as central image in each. Large decorative woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials. Hardcover, bound in contemporary full laced case vellum, bit marked in places, faded manuscript lettering to spine in neat old hand; very small worm holes at outer lower corner of title-page. In about fine condition. Neat, very clean interior, well bound.
¶ ~ Rare first edition of Burman's acclaimed of a treatise on coins of Cyrrhus (Kyrros). This copy is collated in accordance with the Oxford University's copy. Pieter Burman the Elder [Peter Burmannus Secundus] (1668-1741), was Dutch classicist and philologists. Gisbert Cuper [Gijsbert Cuper; Gisbertus Cuperus] (1644-1716), was Dutch antiquarian, scholar, and politician.
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Boeknummer: 5455
€  1100.00
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CHARVET, J. (JEAN-BAPTISTE JULES).
Description des collections de Sceaux-Matrices de M. E. Dongé. [ASSOCIATION COPY, SIGNED].
Paris, Chez l'Auteur, 1872. Crown quarto. Two parts in one volume, paginated consecutively. Pp. xxxi, 272; 273-357. Plus elaborate engraved frontispiece portrait of Charvet and 6 lithograph plates bound at end. With numerous engraved illustrations of seals to text. Extended index. Hardcover, bound in contemporary half calf and marbled boards, spine with raised bands, gilt ruled and tooled, lettering direct, marbled endpapers; inner hinges cracked, boards rubbed at extremities, corners worn, chip to blank lower corner of one leaf with no loss. In a very good condition. A wide margined and untrimmed copy, well preserved entirely in the original state.
¶ ~ Association copy, signed by the Author on half-title, dedicating the book to the archaeologist Henri Schuermans. First edition of this important work on seals, published by the author himself. A second edition was published eight years later by Édouard Rouveyre (Paris, 1880). Charvet describes here in detail 638 seals from his own collection; the name 'Dongé' is believed to be pseudonim. In 1883 he published the work 'Collection Charvet: Médailles, antiquités, sceaux-matrices'.
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Boeknummer: 5363
€  320.00
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CHARVET, J. (JEAN-BAPTISTE JULES).
Description des collections de Sceaux-Matrices de M. E. Dongé. Préface.
Paris, Chez l'Auteur, 1872. Crown quarto. Pp. xxxi. Half-title present. With numerous finely engraved illustrations of medals, some rather large and in rich detail. Bound in the original printed wrappers, medal illustration on front, beautifully illustrated publisher's ad on back. Tall, untrimmed, unsophisticated copy, dog-eared and bit shabby, preserved entirely in the original state with all the beautiful illustrations in fine condition.
¶ ~ Rare first issue of first edition of this stand-alone publication of the Preface to Charvet's important work on seals, published by the author himself.
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Boeknummer: 5365
€  120.00
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DU CHOUL, GUILIELMO.
Veterum Romanorum religio, castrametatio, disciplina militaris ut & balneae. Ex antiquis numismatibus & lapidibus demonstrata. è Gallico in Latinum translata.
Amstelaedami, Janssonio-Waesbergiose [Amsteldam, Janssonius-van Waesberge], 1686 (1685). Octavo (220 x 165mm). Pp. (iv), 278, (24), (2), 121, (3). Numerous errors in pagination. With about 550 impressions of coins, beautifully engraved on copper and printed on the letterpress, and about 90 other such illustrations, mostly full-page, depicting military dress and accoutrement, army manoeuvre, drill, fortifications, etc., as well as other, civil subjects. Title-page printed in red and black, with illustrated device. Woodcut initials, shoulder notes; few leaves bit marginally soiled, repair for a tear without loss. Hardcover, bound in contemporary full calf, beautifully rebacked and with new leather on corners, spine with raised bands, gilt fleuron stamped in four compartments, gilt lettering in remainder, all edges sprinkled. Overall an excellent copy with fine, strong strikes of plates.
¶ ~ First Latin edition. COPAC lists some copies with added engraved title-page, dated 1685, not present here. Du Choul's Classical work on ancient Roman coinage, religion, and army. First published in French in 1555. Lipsius p. 82.
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Boeknummer: 3613
€  700.00
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DAVID, FRANÇOIS ANNE; SYLVAIN MARÉCHAL.
Le Museum de Florence, ou collection des pierres gravées, statues, medailles et peintures, qui se trouvent à Florence, principalement dans le Cabinet du Grand Duc de Toscane. Avec des explications françaises. Tome cinquième (V): Médailles antiques.
Paris, Chez l'Auteur, F. A. David, 1787-91. Two parts in one volume. Crown quarto (260 x 205mm). Pp. 171; 90 numbered copperplate leaves, printed on recto only, with a total of ca. 350 medal impressions. Half-title, decorative additional title-page, 2 title-pages, one to each part; minute stain at utmost top margin of two leaves. Hardcover, bound in half calf and marbled boards (rubbed and chafed), spine richly gilt. Excellent interior in fine condition.
¶ ~ First edition. Not in Cicognara, Chamberlin, Winchell, Vinet, Brunet, Graesse, etc. The catalogue was published in 8 volumes, each complete in itself. The entire collection was engraved by François Anne David (1741-1824), who acted also as the publisher. The explanatory text to the present volume was provided by Sylvain Maréchal. François Valentin Mulot wrote the text to the other volumes. The plates, beautifully preserved in the present copy, are printed on heavy paper, each with four large impressions; few plates have one or two impressions each.
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Boeknummer: 3604
€  420.00
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GHESQUIÈRE, L'ABBÉ [JOSEPH DE JESUIT].
Mémoire sur trois points intéressans de l'histoire monétaire des Pays-Bas, avec les figures de plusieurs monnoies Belgiques tant d'or que d'argent frappées avant l'année 1450.
Bruxelles, Lemaire, 1786. Royal octavo 230 x 140mm). Pp. 214, (2) errata (verso blank). Plus 5 folding plates with a total of 61 finely engraved impressions of coins, bound at end. Half-title present. Foot- and shoulder notes. Hardcover, bound in quarter cloth and marbled boards, these bit rubbed. In fine condition. Excellent copy, beautifully preserved interior.
¶ ~ First and only edition. Abbot Joseph Ghesquière's (1731-1802) treatise on early Dutch coins, including Belgium and Luxemburg. It represents the most important Belgian and Dutch coins from the Celtic time until 1450. In 1779, Ghesquière's 'Dissertation de M. l'Abbé Ghesquière (...) sur les différens genres de médailles antiques, ou examen critique des 'Nouvelles recherches sur la science des médailles' par M. Poinsinet de Sivry' was published in Nivelles by E. Plon. Uncommon. KVK locates copies in National Library of the Netherlands, French Union Catalog, and Union Catalog Southwest Germany. COPAC adds Oxford, Scotland, Cambridge, and British Library. Copy in Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België. Not in Lipsius. De Backer & Sommervogel III, p. 1374.
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Boeknummer: 3611
€  500.00
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