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Toonneel des Menschelikken Levens: Of de Vernieuwde Gulden Winkel ; Waer in Door Poëtische, Historische, Morale, En Schriftuurlikke Leeringen, Den Mensche Vertoont Werdt, Hoedanigh Hy Zijn Leven, Handel, En Wandel, Zediglik, Eerbaarlik En Vermakelik Fal Overbrengen

door J.v. Vondelen. Alles in aangename maat-dichten, met verklaringen in prose gestelt, en met konst-platen, en beeldenissen verçiert
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Book; Online; EBook
Published
T'Amsterdam : By Jacobus vanden Bergh, Boeckverkooper in de Gast-huys Molen-steegh, naest de Heere-gracht, in de Amsterdamse Biblioteeck, anno 1661.
Language
Dutch
Description
[9], 1, 148, [2] p., [1] leaf of plates : ill., port. (metal-cuts) ; 21 cm.
Mode of access: Internet.
Notes
  • Two ownership inscriptions in ink on title page; one is dated 1928.
  • Title vignette (printer's device); tail-piece; initials.
  • Signatures: A-V.
  • 74 engraved emblems.
  • Engraved portrait of the author (plate) bound following A3, signed: "Jacobus van den Bergh excudit".
  • Colophon reads: "T'Amsterdam, Gedruckt by Christoffel Cunradus, Boekedrukker, op de Negelantiers gracht, anno 1661".
  • Added engraved title page.
Cited in
Folger. Catalog of printed books, 27:428
Praz, M. Studies in 17th cent. imagery (2nd ed.), 428.
Landwehr, J. Emblem books of the Low Countries, 729.
McGeary & Nash. Emblem books at the University of Illinois, V38.
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