Sale 2468 - Early Printed, Medical, Scientific & Travel Books, March 8, 2018

142 c (CARINTHIA.) Des Ertzhertzogthumbs Khärndten New aufgerichte Landtssrechtsordnung. Title in red and black with woodcut arms of Carinthia. [3], 29, [1] (of [2]) leaves; lacks final blank. Folio, 264x181 mm, 20th-century ¼ sheep gilt, top of spine worn; several leaves foxed in outer margin, repaired tear in blank outer margin of title. Harvard College Library stamps on title and bookplate on front pastedown (Archibald Cary Coolidge gift, released); booklabel of Helmut Friedlaender. Graz: Zacharias Bartsch, 1578 [500/750] first edition of the state law of Carinthia enacted the preceding year under Archduke Karl II Franz of Austria. Court procedure, police, and tithe ordinances were published separately. 143 c (FREIBURG IM BREISGAU.) Nüwe Stattrechten und Statuten der loblichen Statt Fryburg im Pryszgow gelegen. Woodcut arms of Freiburg on title; full-page woodcut by Hans Holbein on verso depicting the patron saints of Freiburg with theVirgin and Child; folding woodcut table of patrilineal and matrilineal descent. [12], 197 leaves. Folio, 310x205 mm, later limp vellum, lacking ties, few ink blots on rear cover; intermittent and mostly minor marginal foxing and dampstaining. Booklabel of Helmut Friedlaender. [Freiburg]: Adam Petri, 1520 [2,000/3,000] first edition of this compilation of the municipal statutes of Freiburg. 144 c GÖBLER, JUSTIN. Der Rechten Spiegel. Woodcut arms on title and portrait of the author on verso; full-page woodcut tree of consanguinity on h2r and numerous text woodcuts by Hans Weiditz und Hans Schäufelein; another portrait of the author on verso of penultimate leaf. [4], 275, [1] leaves, including final blank, with b2.5 bound inside b3.4. Folio, 322x199 mm, contemporary blind-tooled pigskin with historiated and ornamental rolls on covers, brass catches and one clasp (of 2), monogram and date(?) obliterated on front cover, front endpapers renewed; contents browned with marginal foxing and dampstaining, few minor marginal repairs on opening leaves, light smeared ink stains on first page of text, scattered later marginalia. Bookplate of Helmut Friedlaender. Frankfurt am Main: heirs of Christian Egenolff, 1558 [2,000/3,000] Third edition of an illustrated 1550 digest of the laws of the Holy Roman Empire. bound with : LOSE, WOLF . Vonn Erbschafften der Erb und Lehengüter. 33, [1] leaves, including final blank. Marginal dampstaining throughout, repair in blank outer margin of B2. Frankfurt am Main: David Zephelius, 1562. 145 c (HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE.) Des heyligen römischen Reichs Ordnungen. Die Golden Bulla, sampt aller gehaltner Reichstäg Abschieden [etc.]. Title in red and black with woodcut arms of Emperor Charles V. [22], 327, [1] leaves, including blank last preliminary leaf and final leaf with printer’s device on verso. Folio, 292x191 mm, 19th-century cloth-backed boards, top of spine damaged, front cover detached; contents browned with marginal dampstaining at end, title and last page heavily soiled. Mainz: Ivo Schöffer, 1545 [1,000/2,000] Second edition of a compendium of legislation of the Holy Roman Empire from the 1356 Golden Bull to the acts of the 1544 Diet of Speyer.
 146 c LÓPEZ DE PALACIOS RUBIOS, JUAN. Glosemata legum Tauri quas vulg[us] de Toro apellat. Spanish text of the Leyes de Toro with Latin commentary by López de Palacios Rubios. Title in red and black within woodcut historiated architectural border; large woodcut historiated or decorated initials throughout. [10], 141 leaves; lacks final blank. Folio, 272x192 mm, 19th-century ½ sheep gilt, spine rubbed; marginal dampstaining in first half of volume with worming in lower inner corners affecting some text, mainly in table of contents, headlines cropped toward end. (Salamanca: Juan de Junta, 6 October), 1542 [400/600] first edition of a commentary on the Laws of Toro enacted in 1505, which dealt mainly with property and inheritance. Palau 141670. LAW, continued