Reference copy may be in LOT 4443-H. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Death; Incunabula; RBD; Shelf.
Begins (without title) with the cut Astrological man, on the reverse of which is the almanac for 20 years (1488-1508). Type 94G (same font as in BM 15th cent., VIII, p. 152). Goff H-369 Rosenwald 408 LC copy ru... More
Signatures: +⁸ a-i⁸ l[et]⁸ l⁴. Goff H-376 Reichling 1764 (variations) IGI 4835 Rosenwald 425 LC copy imperfect: leaves [82-83] wanting. Initials and capitals supplied in red or blue; several illus. partly hand-... More
Illus. in: Book of Hours by Philippe Pigouchet. See LC Christmas card #13R71. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.
Item in scrapbook: Histoire de l'art Française au XVII. S. par Henri Lemonnier. The architecture of Paris XVII. C. in contemporary prints by Aveline, Perelle, Mariette, Israel, et al., p. 2. J.D. Batchelder Collection.
Illustrations and descriptions of hyacinth and anemone. Illus. and text in: Historie des plantes / Jean Robin. Paris : G. Mace, 1620, PP. 12-13. Published in: The tradition of science / Leonard C. Bruno. Washin... More
Entrance of the mansion of the Louvre, in or near Paris, by the river, built under the direction of Monsieur le Vau. Illus. in: Le Grand Marot / Marot. Paris: 167-?, plate 186. Reference copy available in LOT 4620.
Instrument type: Treble (Alto) Recorder in F Medium: Boxwood, stained reddish brown.; 52.45 cm. Key Holes System: 1/7 holes. Mark Maximum: (fleur-de-lis) / BIZEY / ... Mark Additional: Mark on head, body, and ... More
Instrument type: Vertical Whistle Flute Medium: Metal, with plastic fipple section.; 31.85 cm. Key Holes System: 0/6 holes. Mark Maximum: BTE S.G.D.G. / IMT (monogram) / PARIS Provenance: Pierre Schneider, Par... More
Instrument type: Clarinet in E-flat Medium: Grenadilla, nickel silver.; 41.6 cm. Key Holes System: Simple system, right hand finger rings, sometimes called Albert System. See "Meyer-Albert Systematic Misnomers... More
Instrument type: Recorder or French Flageolet (Part only) Medium: Boxwood.; 9.4 cm. (as is) Mark Maximum: (sunburst) / A PARIS Condition: Socket cracked in 3 places. Provenance: Source not known.
Antoine Watteau and Nicolas Tardieu in a park, one painting a picture of a statue of nude woman, the other playing a stringed instrument; and poem to Watteau below image.
Possibly counterfeit, or possibly Tibouvile. Instrument type: Flute in C Medium: Ebony, ivory cork-setting mechanism shaft and decorative inlaid disk in cap, silver keys, nickel silver ferrules.; 61.25 cm. Key... More
Includes diagrams of the Copernican, Brahean, Cartesian, and Ptolemaic systems, maps of the Sun and Moon, Venus, Mercury, Mars and Jupiter, and two diagrams showing the Earth's parallels. Available also through... More
Relief shown pictorially. Shows boundaries, rivers, forests and principal settlements, with tents symbolising areas inhabited by nomads, and notes. London meridian. "Drawn & Engrav'd by I. Senex." Available als... More
Includes decorative frame. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy on untrimmed sheets, with plate marks visible. Stamped on verso of all sheets: 6386.
Illus. in: Title page of Buffon, Histoire naturelle, generale et particuliere, vol. 1, (Paris, 1749). Reference copy may be in LCQJ, Spring 1980. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.