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‎ACADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN PARIS.‎

Reference : 58476

(1755)

‎Der KÃnigl. Akademie der Wisenschaften in Paris Anatomische, Chymische und Botanische Abhandlungen, welcher die Jahre von 1722 bis 1726 in sich hÀlt. Aus dem FranzÃsischen ÃŒbersetzt von Wolf. Balth. Adolph von Steinwehr.‎

‎Breslau, Korn, 1755. Contemp. full calf. Raised bands. Richly gilt spine. Light wear to top of spine. A name cut from title-page, only loss of blank paper. (12),776 pp., 39 folded engraved plates (of 42).‎


‎Papers by Petit, Winslow, Geoffroy, Jussieu, Reaumur, Boulduc etc. etc.‎

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DKK1,650.00 (€221.30 )

‎(ACADEMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES).‎

Reference : 34640

(1723)

‎Memoires de Mathematique et de Physique AnnÃe MDCXCII. Tirez des Registres de l'Academie Royale des Sciences. Nouvelle Edition ou l'on a joint les Observations Physique et Mathematiques, enveyÃes des Indes & de la Chine à l'Academie des Sciences p...‎

‎Amsterdam, Pierre de Coup, 1723. Small 8vo. Cont. full calf. Gilt back. Top of spine worn, first cover detached from spine. Engraved frontispiece, engr. titlevignette. (16),458,(3) pp., textillustrations, 10 folded engraved plates and 2 large folded engraved maps (Carte d'une Partie de L'Inde en Deca du Gange (1692) - Cours de la Riviere D'Ava (1692).). Some scattered brownspots.‎


‎The Amsterdam reprint of the Memoires from 1692 containing memoirs by Cassini, la Hire and others.‎

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‎"AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN ZU PARIS (ACADEMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES).‎

Reference : 26629

(1762)

‎Schauplatz der KÃŒnste und Handwerke, oder vollstÀndige Beschreibung derselben, verfertiget oder gebilliget von denen Herren der Academie der Wissenschaften zu Paris. In das Teutsche ÃŒbersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Johann Heinrich Gottlob vo...‎

‎Berlin, Stettin und Leipzig, Johann Heinrich RÃŒdigern, 1762-75. 4to. Bound in 13 fine uniform full calf, raised bands, gilt backs. Remains of paperlabels on backs. Top of spine on one volume frayed. Small rubber stamp on titles. A few brownspots. A good copy. Having in all 374 (of 585) fine engraved plates (1 plate supplied in xerox-copy). Plates measure around 37x24cm.‎


‎First German edition of one of the main works of the 18th century in the fields of crafts and technology as it is a translation of the famous series ""Description des Arts et Metiers"" issued by Academie Royale des Sciences 1760-75. The French edition was published in folio. Band 1: Kohlenbrennen, Lichtziehen, Ankerschmieden, Nadler, Papiermacher. 31 plates and 1 table"Band 2: EisenhÀmmer. Teil 1-2, Wachsziehen, Pergamentmachen, Leder-Vergoldung, SchieferbrÃŒche. 22 plates Band 3: EisenhÀmmer. Teil 3-4, Spielkartenherstellung, SeidenfÀrberei, Pappenmacher. 29 plates (1 plate supplied in xerox-copy) Band 4: BÃttcherkunst, WeiÃgerber, Ziegelstreichen, Zuckersieden, Silber affinieren. 30 plates Band 5: Messingherstellung, Tuchmacherkunst, Lohgerberei. 33 plates. Band 6: Tuchfrisierkunst, Saffianleder-Herstellung, Leder auf ungarische Art, WeiÃgerber, Hutmacher, Dachdecker. 19 plates Band Band 7: Tapetenweberei, Kalkbrennerkunst, Ziegelstreichen in Holland, ZiegelhÃŒtten, Ball- und Raquettenmacher. 30 plates and 1 table Band 8: PerÃŒckenmacherkunst, MÃŒller, Nudelmacher und BÀcker. 15 plates Band 9: Schuster, SchlÃsserkunst. 48 plates Band 10: Steinkohlenbergbau, Indigobereiter. 22 plates Band 11: Eisenbergwerke und HÃŒttenwerke in der Steiermark, Leimsiederei, Fischerei, Teil 1. 25 plates and 1 table Band 12: Fischerei, Teil 2. 50 plates Band 13: Fischerei, Teil 3, Porzellanherstellung. 23 plates and 1 engr. frontisp. Band 14: Glasmalerei und Glasarbeiten. Mit 13 (von 14) Tafeln Band 15: Wollenzeugfabrikant. 17 plates Band 16: Seifensider, Leinwandhandel, Schneiderhandwerk, Leinenmanufaktur, Tabaksmanufaktur. 27 plates Band 17: Bleiarbeiter, mathematische und astronomische Instrumente, Baumwoll-Samtfabrikation. 38 plates Band 18: Stickerkunst, Siebmacher, Riemer und Sattler (mit Kutschenbau), Drahtzieherei, Stahlblattmacher. 51 plates Band 19: Schiffbaukunst. 18 plates and 1 engr. frontisp.Band 20: ZinngieÃerkunst. 32 plates Band 21: der Strumpfwirkerstuhl und sein Gebrauch. 14 plates.‎

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‎KONGL. SVENSKA VETENSKAPS ACADEMIEN - SWEDISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCE - SCHWEDISCHEN AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN.‎

Reference : 29077

(1749)

‎Der KÃnigl. Schwedischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Abhandlungen, aus der Naturlehre, Haushaltungskunst und Mechanik, auf die Jahre 1739/40 bis 1760. 1.-22. Band. Aus dem Schwedischen ÃŒbersetzt (von C.M. Holzbecher (1739-40) und A.G. KÀstner (1741 ff).‎

‎Hamburg und Leipzig, Grund, Grunds Witwe und A.H. Holle, 1749-62. 8vo. Bound in 22 cont. uniform hcalf. Titlelabels in leather on backs, gilt. Small paperlabel pasted on lower compartment. A few spine ends worn. Light wear to backs. Stamp on titles and verso. Light occasional browning, but a good, sound copy. Having numerous engraved folded plates. With KÀtners: Zwiefaches Universalregister ÃŒber die ersten XXV BÀnde von den Abhandlungen...der KÃnigl. Schwed. Akademie der Wissensch. nach der deutschen Uebersetzung des Herrn KÀstners gefertiget. Lpz., Holle, 1771. Cont. hcalf. (6),302 pp.‎


‎A long importent run of the first Series of the Transactions from the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in the German translation (of Kongl. Svenska Vetenskaps Academiens Handlingar). It includes many importent contributions by Torben Bergman, Georg Brandt, Anders Celsius, A.F. Cronstedt, Pehr Elvius, Carl Linnaeus (LinnÃ), Sven Rinman, H.T. Scheffer, MÃ¥rten Triewald, J.G. Wallerius, and many others. - Bernhard Lundstedt: Sveriges Periodiska Litteratur No. 40.‎

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DKK34,500.00 (€4,627.21 )

‎"L'ACADEMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES, PARIS - ACADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN ZU PARIS.‎

Reference : 56316

(1762)

‎Schauplatz der KÃŒnste und Handwerke, oder vollstÀndig Beschreibung derselben, verfertiget oder gebilliget von denen Herren der Academie der Wissenschaften zu Paris. Mit vielen Kupfertafeln. In das Teutsche ÃŒbersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Jo...‎

‎KÃnigsberg und Leipzig, Kanter (Berlin, Stettin, Leipzig, RÃŒdigern), 1762-75. 4to. Bound in 13 uniform contemp. full calf. Raised bands. Richly gilt spines. Titlelabels with gilt lettering. On all boards the gilt monogram on red background of King Christian VII. A stamp on title-pages. Around 6000 pp., 4 folded tables and 366 folded engraved plates (1 plate in xerox-copy). Occassionally a few minor brownspots, but fine and clean.‎


‎First German edition of this importent collection of books on crafts which is a translation of ""Descriptions des Arts et MÃtiers.."", published in French between 1761 and 1788. The full French series comprises 113 parts (cahiers) in 27 folio volumes along with three supplements, and ""provide detailed accounts of a wide range of handcraft and manufacturing processes carried out in France at that time. The volumes are well-illustrated, with precise engravings by Jean Elie Bertrand (1737-1779) a noted typographer from Neuchâtel, where the printing was done. Many of them provide the background for shorter articles in Diderot's Encyclopedia, which was appearing at much the same time. The project had its origin in request from Colbert in 1675 to the Academy Royal des Sciences for detailed accounts of various mechanic arts to be prepared and for new machines to be reported upon. This led to the formation of the Bignon Commission under Abbà Bignon. RenÃ-Antoine Ferchault de RÃaumur (1683-1757) became editor soon after he joined the Academy. He inherited number of drawings (the earliest prepared in 1693) and an illustrated manuscript on printing, type and book binding, which had been prepared in 1704. It was left to RÃaumur's successor Duhamel du Monceau to bring about the publication of the series, probably as the result of the competition from the Encyclopedia."" (Wikipedia).Brunet II,618 ff. (only French editions) - Graesse II, 367 (only the French editions). - Fromm, 7040. ‎

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DKK35,000.00 (€4,694.27 )

‎"L'ACADEMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES, PARIS - THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, PARIS.‎

Reference : 56289

(1771)

‎Descriptions des Arts et MÃtiers faites ou approuvÃes. Par Messieurs de L'Academie Royale des Sciences de Paris, avec Figures en Taille-douce. Nouvelle edition. PubliÃe avec des Observations, & augmentÃe de tout ce qui a Ãtà Ãcrit de mieux sur ces mat...‎

‎Neuchatel, L'Imprimerie de la SociÃtà Typographique), 1771-83. 4to. Bound in 19 contemp. uniform full mottled calf. Raised bands. Gilt spines. Title-and tomelabels with gilt lettering. Spine-ends on nearly all volumes strenghtened. Stamp on title-pages. Each volume around 650 pp. With 508 fine engraved plates.‎


‎Second edition and the first 4to-edition was published in 19 volumes plus an additional volume by Jean Elie Bertrand (where vol. 20 is an additional volume published much later (1799) - not present here - dealing with the art of printing). This importent collection of books on crafts was published by between 1761 and 1788. The full series comprises 113 parts (cahiers) in 27 folio volumes along with three supplements, and ""provide detailed accounts of a wide range of handcraft and manufacturing processes carried out in France at that time. The volumes are well-illustrated, with precise engravings by Jean Elie Bertrand (1737-1779) a noted typographer from Neuchâtel, where the printing was done. Many of them provide the background for shorter articles in Diderot's Encyclopedia, which was appearing at much the same time. The project had its origin in request from Colbert in 1675 to the Academy Royal des Sciences for detailed accounts of various mechanic arts to be prepared and for new machines to be reported upon. This led to the formation of the Bignon Commission under Abbà Bignon. RenÃ-Antoine Ferchault de RÃaumur (1683-1757) became editor soon after he joined the Academy. He inherited number of drawings (the earliest prepared in 1693) and an illustrated manuscript on printing, type and book binding, which had been prepared in 1704. It was left to RÃaumur's successor Duhamel du Monceau to bring about the publication of the series, probably as the result of the competition from the Encyclopedia."" (Wikipedia).Brunet II,618 ff. - Graesse II, 367. ‎

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