A discussion of interesting books from my current stock at


January 2021

Before January Ends I have the scaffolding of my February project in place.

13 LIVRES DU XV et XVIÈME SIÈCLE tablefrencho21f25c2a7.docxDownload Chers clients, Chers collègues,  Nous espérons que vous allez bien après cette longue période de confinement. 617°678°4517 F. XXV Books printed in France TABLE. Cities &c. Paris: #3,4,5,8,10 Lyon: #1,2,6... Continue Reading →

(Early) Modern Love, Courting, Humor and, ….

                                      Ø      1). Judith Drake An essay in defence of the female sex. In which are inserted the characters of a... Continue Reading →

The writing is on every wall

What next indeed!

Jesuit tranche 2021

In this little list they're seven large descriptions of books by jesuits current to my stock. They are all illustrated, in early binding and uncommon. Follow this url to see the catalogue.

Two Unrecorded Woodcuts from Urs Graf’s “F.M.S.” Cycle

A very nice description!


explaining Dantephobia by Biblonia

The Early Modern mythographic tradition part 1. Vincenso Cartari

343J  Vincenso Cartari.   1531–1569 Seconda novissima editione delle Imagini de gli dei delli antichi di Vicenzo Cartari ...Ridotte da capo a piedi alle loro reali, & non più per l'adietro osseruate simiglianze. cauate da'marmi, bronzi, medaglie, gioie, & altre memorie... Continue Reading →

Lyptzck [Leipzig]

ISTC has 1429 hits for Leipzig. Jacobus de Gruytrode Lyptzck [Leipzig] : Gregor Böttiger, [Werman] 1495.   $12,000 Quarto  12 x 9 cm. Signatures: a8 b-p6 q8.[Errors in foliation: lxxxviiii-xcviii foliated xc-xcviiii, with xc as cxi, xciiii as cxv] Blank initial spaces. Bound in half... Continue Reading →

The history (and Portraits) of the moderne protestant divines

428J Verheiden, Jacob.     The history of the moderne protestant divines, containing their parents, countries, education, studies, lives, and the yeare of our Lord in which they dyed. With a true register of all their severall treatises, and writings that are extant.... Continue Reading →

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