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Reference : 38383

‎Plantæ per Galliam, Hispaniam et Italiam observatæ, Iconibus Æneis exhibitæ...Opus Posthumum, Editum. Cura et Studio Antonii de Jussieu. Medici. 2 vols.‎

‎Paris, Steph.Ganeau, 1714. Folio. Bound in one beautiful cont.full mottled calf w. six raised bands, gilt compartments. Hinges, capitals and corners professionally restored. Internally very nice and clean, apart from heavy browning to the smaller woodcut of the second title-page. Engraved title-page, title-page w. woodcut vignette, XXVI, (19), 140 pp., second engraved title-page, and 334 sheets of plates, containing 1327 fine engravings on 334 sheets (being 331 sheets with four engravings on each and three sheets with one large engraving on each; all of these are numbered (the engravings on the first 331 sheets are numbered 1-1324); number 406 has to extras, being 406+ and 406*, number 673 has one extra being 673+, number 674 has one extra, being 674+, numbers 826, 827 and 828 are collected on one engraving, and numbers 1076 and 1256 (would have been within the plates that consist of four engravings each) are omitted), complete. All of the first 331 sheets consist of four illustration, and most of them are made as four separate engravings, but some of them are made frofrom just two engravings, but still depicting four illustrations of axactly the same measure as the rest. First edition of Barrelier's chief botanical work, his famous "Hortus Mundi", for which he was supported financially by Gaston von Orléans but which he never finished due to illness. The text was destroyed in a fire after his death, but the numerous drawings survived and in 1714, ab. 40 years after Barrelier's death, Antoine de Jussieu published the work with the original plates under the title "Plantae per Galliam...".<br><br>Jacques Barrelier (1606 - 1673) was a French Dominican, botanist and physician. He undertook extensive travels throughout France, Spain and Italy and spent 25 years in Rome, where he founded the botanical garden of the Saint-Xyste convent. During his time in Rome he worked on his magnum opus, which was later to become his "Plantae per Galliam...", for which he had an enormous amount of engravings made after his numerous drawings of plants. When he returned to Paris in 1672, he had stopped working on his great work, and in 1973 he died of an asthma-attack. The text for the work is destroyed in a fire, but the engravings are saved, which makes it possible for Antoine de Jussieu about 40 years later to publish the work the Barrelier never came to finish himself. <br><br>Antoine de Jussieu (1686-1758) was out of a prominent French family distinguished for ist excellent botanists. He was a physician who also practiced medicine and devoted much of his time to treating the very poor. He studied at the University of Montpellier, and like Barrelier, he travelled through Spain and Portugal. In 1708 he went to Paris, where he succeeded J.P. de Tournefort at the Jardin des Plantes. His main works are his publication of Barrelier's "Plantae per Galliam..." and an edition of Tournefort's "Institutiones rei herbariae", printed in 1719 in three volumes.<br><br>Barrelier has given name to the flower genus "Barleria", which covers roughly 300 species.<br><br>Pritzel 423. Nissen I:7-8. (Nissen mentions "334 Kupf. mit 1324 Fig.; this, however seems not to omit the last three full-page engravings that are numbered 1325-27). Hunt II,I:432.‎

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Reference : 48560

‎Hispani E Societate Iesu Historiae De Rebus Hispaniae libri XXX. Cum Indive copioso, & explicatione vocum obscuriorum. (2 parts).‎

‎Mogvntiae (Mainz), Andreas Wechsel, 1605. 4to. Contemp. full vellum, raised bands, blindstamped covers. Printers wood-cut device on titlepage. (16),619;638,(36) pp. A bit of browning to the first few leaves. A few scattered brownspots. Printed in double columns. This is the first edition containing all 30 books. The first 20 books were published in Spanish in 1601. Marianas's importent history of Spain deals with the country from the first settlements to the death of King Ferdinand, who united the Crowns of Castile and Aragon.<br><br>"Among his (Maraina's) literary labours the most important is undoubtedly his great work on the history of Spain, which is still remembered today. There was published as late as 1854, in Madrid, an improved and richly illustrated edition continued up to that year. The work first appeared as "Historiæ de rebus Hispaniæ libri XX. Toleti, typis P. Roderici, 1592". A later edition of the compiler himself, carried on still further is "De rebus Hispaniæ libri XXX", published at Mainz in 160 (the item offered). This edition bears the imprimatur of the order for the thirty books, given by Stephan Hojeda, visitor from Dec., 1598, and of the provincial from 1604. The author had in the mean time converted a Latin edition into Spanish and this appeared complete, containing the thirty books of the Latin edition, at Toledo in 1601. This went through a number of editions during the lifetime of the author and through others after his death" (The Catholic Encyclopedia)..‎

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Reference : 33200

‎Aidez L'Espagne. In: Cahiers D'Art 12e Année No 4-5.‎

‎Paris, Éditions "Cahiers D'Art", 1937. Small folio. Orig. printed wrappers. (4) pp.+ pp.105-164 (= Nos 4-5). Illustrated and with Miro's "Aidez L'Espagne" in the original colour pochoir signed in the plate in lithography together with the 4-lined text, inserted. Image size 250x192 mm in excellent condition, absolutely coloufresh, guache-like, and in mint state. Fine margins, 2 sides untrimmed as it was printed on a double-page of wove paper, the print taking up the right side. The full paper measures 485x315 mmm. The original pochoir (stencil print) of Miro's perhaps best known work, printed at the height of the Spanish Civil War to draw support for the Republican Government. The lithographed inscription beneath the image reads (in translation): "In the current conflict on the Facist side I see massive forces; on the other side are the people whose immense and creative resourcefullness will give Spain a vitality which will astonish the world."‎

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Reference : 55698

‎Reglemento para el Ejercicio y Maniobras de la Caballeria. 4 Vols. + 2 Plate-vols.‎

‎Madrid, Libreria de la Publicidad, 1847. Small 8vo. Bound in 5 uniform contemp. full mottled calf. Gilt spines. Titlelabels with gilt lettering. Textvolumes (4 parts) bound in 3. With music and 5 folded lithograped plates. Platevolumes with 106 + 66 mostly folded lithographed plates. Clean and fine. ‎

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