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1662 Bruselas Juan Mommarte Vida y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Quixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A8; S21; P51993; RR42; G106-110; BN19 TAMU
Illustrations: Complete edition with 2 frontispieces and 16 chapter illustrations, newly engraved by unknown engraver after Savery's 24 illustrations (Dordrecht: Savery 1657). 8 illustrations from Savery's set have not been copied: "Andrés' lashes", "The galley slaves", "DQ's penance", "DQ hanged at the inn", "The enchanted Dulcinea", "Braying mayors squadron", "Washing beards episode" and "Sancho's judgement". Río y Rico refers to two illustrations ("Don Quixote knighted" and "Doña Rodríguez' night adventure") as if they appeared in this edition, but they don't.
Description: First edition in Spanish with illustrations. Part I 1605; bound in vellum, with engraved ex-libris of T. Gascoigne Parlington and Ruben Dussault; Part II 1615, bound in 19th century tree calf; stamp of Ludovici Viansson-Ponte.
1672-1673 (1975) Amberes Geronymo y Juan Bautista Verdussen Vida y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 4 8vo b. Editions A10; R25; S27; P51998 TAMU
Illustrations: It includes reproductions of 4 different sets of illustrations: 1) Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73 [2 fronstispieces and 32 chapter illustrations designed by Jacob Savery (2 frontis + 16 illus.) and Frederik Bouttats (16 illus.) and engraved by Bouttats (16 illus.) and another unknown engraver (2 frontis + 16 illus.; the same plates first appeared in Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662); each frontis has been used twice]; and also added 2) Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1713 [32 chapter illustrations by unknown engraver after Savery and Bouttat's illustrations and Clouzier's plates]; 3) Amsterdam/Leipzig: Arkstée & Merkus, 1755 [24 chapter illustrations designed by Charles-Antoine Coypel and engraved by Jacob Folkema (12), Simon Fokke (8) and Pieter Tanjé (4) and 1 vignette used four times]; and 4) Madrid: Ibarra, 1780 [from the whole set, only 1 frontispiece designed by Antonio Carnicero and engraved by Fernando Selma and 3 chapter illustrations designed by Antonio Carnicero (2) and José del Castillo (1) and engraved by J. Joaquín Fábregat (1) and Fernando Selma (2); the frontispiece has been reproduced four times]. Also 1 ex-libris (used four times).
Description: Deluxe facsimile edition, limited to 1499 copies; Barcelona: Círculo del Bibliófilo, 1975. 4 tomes in 2 vols.
1672-1673 Amberes Geronymo y Juan Bautista Verdussen Vida y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 2 8vo b. Editions A10; R25; S27; P51998; RR47; BN25 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes two frontispieces (one in each volume/part) and 32 chapter illustrations (16 in each volume/part) designed by Jacob Savery and Frederik Bouttats and engraved by Bouttats (16 new plates) and an unknown engraver (16 and frontis; same plates first engraved for Brussels: Mommarte, 1662, which were copies after Savery's illustrations for Dordrecht: Savery, 1657).
Description: In near perfect condition, bound in vellum. In our copy volume I is dated 1673 and volume II is dated 1672. It follows the Bruselas, 1662 edition, minus the Dedicatoria.
1672-1675 London Printed for R. Scot, T. Basset, J. Wright, R. Chiswell The History of the Valorous and Witty Knight Errant, Don Quixote, of the Mancha Newly corrected and amended by Thomas Shelton ENG 1 4to large b. Editions S332; G115 & 119; RR441; P52464 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two title pages.
Description: Third edition of English translation by Shelton of both parts of the Quixote; reprint of the second edition, London 1652. Part II dated 1672, and printed by R. Hodgkinson.
1674 Madrid Andrés Garcí­a de la Iglesia (Part I) / Roque Rico (Part II) Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to b. Editions A11; S29; P51999; RR48; G110-114; BN26 Biblioteca Nacional
Illustrations: 1 frontispiece and 32 vignettes in text engraved by Diego de Obregón. 14 of them are copies after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73); 6 of them are partial copies after the same. 12 of them are totally new designs. Río y Rico refers to 2 frontis. "This is the first illustrated edition done in Spain, and the engravings, of very considerable merit, have been frequently reproduced" (Ashbee). "Primera edición publicada en España con láminas, la mayoría de las cuales son imitación de las de la primera edición en holandés" (Río y Rico). "Diego de Obregón, el dibujante español, se había limitado a remedar malamente las estampas de aquellas ediciones flamencas [1657 and 1662], introduciendo algunas modificaciones e intercalándoles algún tema nuevo" (Givanel). Copied for Madrid: Antonio Gonçales de Reyes, 1706; Madrid: Francisco Laso, 1714; Madrid: Hermandad de San Gerónimo, 1723; Madrid: Juan Antonio Pimentel (Viuda de Blas de Villanueva), 1730; Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735; Barcelona: Juan Jolis, 1755.
Description: First illustrated edition published in Spain; digital images from copy at Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid (Cerv./2278-2279).
1674 Madrid Andrés García de la Iglesia (Part I) / Roque Rico (Part II) Vida, y hechos del ingenioso cavallero Don Qvixote de la Mancha SPA 2 4to b. Editions A11; R26; S29; RR48; G110-114; P51999; BN26 TAMU
Illustrations: 1 frontispiece and 32 vignettes in text engraved by Diego de Obregón. 14 of them are copies after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73); 6 of them are partial copies after the same, 12 of them are totally new designs. Río y Rico refers to 2 frontis. "This is the first illustrated edition done in Spain, and the engravings, of very considerable merit, have been frequently reproduced" (Ashbee). "Primera edición publicada en España con láminas, la mayoría de las cuales son imitación de las de la primera edición en holandés" (Río y Rico). "Diego de Obregón, el dibujante español, se había limitado a remedar malamente las estampas de aquellas ediciones flamencas [1657 and 1662], introduciendo algunas modificaciones e intercalándoles algún tema nuevo" (Givanel). Copied for Madrid: Antonio Gonçales de Reyes, 1706; Madrid: Francisco Laso, 1714; Madrid: Hermandad de San Gerónimo, 1723; Madrid: Juan Antonio Pimentel (Viuda de Blas de Villanueva), 1730; Madrid: Antonio Sanz, 1735; Barcelona: Juan Jolis, 1755.
Description: First illustrated edition published in Spain.
1677-1678 Paris Claude Barbin Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint-Martin FRE 4 12mo b. Editions S523; P52703 TAMU
Illustrations: This edition is not illustrated.
Description: First edition of Filleau de St. Martin's translation. Eliminates Dedications, Prologues, and Preliminary poetry. Cushing has volumes II and III.
1677 Roma Giuseppe Coruo e Bartolomeo Lupardi L´ingegnoso Cittadino Don Chisciotte della Mancia Lorenzo Franciosini Fiorentino ITA 2 8vo b. Editions A11; RR420; R783; S831; LC697 TAMU
Illustrations: 2 frontispieces and 16 chapter illustrations newly-engraved by unknown engraver after Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662 edition with illustrations by Jacob Savery. "The frontispieces are very badly reproduced [...] The execution of the engravings is better" (Ashbee).
Description: 2nd complete edition in Italian of both parts after 1625 first edition, third edition overall in Italian, same as 1622 first edition, and first illustrated in Italy. All preliminaries have been eliminated but includes 2 Introductions to the reader by the printers and translator. Cushing has vol. 1, Part I (1605) only (7 illus. only; 1 illus., "Cardenio attacks DQ", and frontis missing), rebound in vellum with new endpapers. A gift of Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman.
1681 Paris Claude Barbin Histoire de l'admirable Don Quixotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 4 12mo b. Editions R472; S525; P52704; RR302; A411 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains four frontispieces and 31 chapter illustrations newly-engraved by Hendrik Cause after Savery and Bouttats' designs for Dordrecht: Savery, 1657; Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662; and Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73 (two frontis plus 32 illus.). Frontis for vols. II and III are new designs. Bouttats' illustration "SP chased by Duke's servants to wash his beard" was not copied for this edition. Frontis for volume II is missing in our copy.
Description: Cushing has the first part (1605), volumes I and II, of four volumes; original vellum binding. Excellent edition with Elzevir types; very rare. Ex libris Ramón Areny.
1687 London Tho. Hodgkin The History of the most Renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: And his Trusty Squire, Sancho Pancha [sic], Now made English according to the Humor of our Modern Language by J.P. J. Philips ENG 1 F b. Editions A12; S333; G129; RR442; P52465 TAMU
Illustrations: First illustrated edition in English; it includes a frontispiece and 14 anonymous copper engravings, two per page (seven plates), some after Savery and Bouttats designs. Cushing's copy has the frontispiece and title page in facsimile. Number of engravings varies among copies; the total number is 16 and one frontispiece, as Ashbee states. Río y Rico mentions six plates (12 illustrations) and a frontispiece. The same illustrations were reused for London: Sam. Buckley, 1700 (reprinted in 1706 and 1712). In Cushing's copy, the first plate ("Don Quixot Dubb'd a knight Errant by the Innkeeper" and "Don Quixot's Encounter with the Windmills") is wanting (see complete in copy 1687-C).
Description: First edition of translation by John Philips; Cushing's copy is in 19th c. leather binding.
1687b London Thomas Hodgkin The History of the most Renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: And his Trusty Squire, Sancho Pancha [sic], Now made English according to the Humor of our Modern Language by J.P. J. Philips ENG 1 F b. Editions A12; S333; G129; RR442; P52465 TAMU
Illustrations: High resolution 600 dpi images. First illustrated edition in English; it includes a frontispiece and 14 anonymous copper engravings, two per page (seven plates), some after Savery and Bouttats designs. Cushing's copy has the frontispiece and title page in facsimile. Number of engravings varies among copies; the total number is 16 and one frontispiece, as Ashbee states. Río y Rico mentions six plates (12 illustrations) and a frontispiece. The same illustrations were reused for London: Sam. Buckley, 1700 (reprinted in 1706 and 1712). In Cushing's copy, the first plate ("Don Quixot Dubb'd a knight Errant by the Innkeeper" and "Don Quixot's Encounter with the Windmills") is wanting.
Description: First edition of translation by John Philips; Cushing's copy is in 19th c. leather binding.
1687-C London Thomas Hodgkin The History of the most Renowned Don Quixote of Mancha: And his Trusty Squire, Sancho Pancha [sic], Now made English according to the Humor of our Modern Language by J.P. J. Philips ENG 1 F b. Editions A12; S333; G129; RR442; P52465 TAMU
Illustrations: First illustrated edition in English; it includes a frontispiece and 16 chapter illustrations, two per page (eight plates), some after Savery and Bouttats' designs. The number of engravings varies among copies; the total number is 16 and one frontispiece, as Ashbee states. Río y Rico mentions six plates (12 illustrations) and a frontispiece. The same illustrations were reused for London: Sam. Buckley, 1700 (reprinted in 1706 and 1712).
Description: First edition of translation by John Philips. Second copy complete, part of the Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth Mason Collison Cervantes Collection donated by Bob and Malinda Wolter.
1692 Paris Chez Guillaume de Luyne Le Romant Comique P. Scarron FRE 2 12mo g. Other TAMU
Illustrations: Contains an engraved title page to volume I and engraved title vignettes.
Description: Armorial ex libris of Earl of Essex. Picaresque novel first published in 1651.
1696-1700 Amsterdam Pierre Mortier Histoire de l'admirable Don Quixotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 4 12mo b. Editions A16; S531 and 534; P52709; RR305, RR306 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains four frontispieces and 32 chapter illustrations engraved by Hendrik Cause after Savery and Bouttats' designs for Dordrecht: Savery, 1657; Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662; and Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73 (two frontis plus 32 illus.). Frontis for volumes II and III are new designs. Same plates first engraved for Paris: Claude Barbin, 1681. According to Ashbee, also in Amsterdam: Chez Les Freres Wetstein, 1717; and Amsterdam: Chez Pierre Humbert, 1735.
Description: Mixed set: Volumes I and IV are from the 1696 edition and volumes II and III are from the 1700 edition. Other copies with volumes V and VI with Continuations and illus. and frontis by Casper Luyken.
1696 Lyon Chez Thomas Amaulry Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint Martin FRE 1 8vo small b. Editions S533; P52710 TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrations after those by H. Cause for the Paris, 1681 edition, newly done by unknown engraver.
Description: Complete edition in 4 vols., Cushing has only vol. 3, with title page in two colors.
1699 Amsterdam Willem de Coup, Willem van Lamsveld and Philip Verbeek Den Verstandigen Vroomen ridder, Don Quichot de la Mancha Lambert van den Bosch DUT 2 8vo b. Editions R803; S858; P53222; RR559 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes a frontispiece designed and engraved by Laurens or Lorenz Scherm and 24 unsigned illustrations copied after Savery's plates (Dordrecht: J. Savry, 1657). Same plates first engraved for Amsterdam: Willem van Lamsveld, 1696; also in Amsterdam: Jan Graal/Jan Willem van Heekeren, 1707; and later in Amsterdam: Pieter Visser, 1732.
Description: First edition of van den Bosch´s translation as revised by G. V. Broeckhuysen. Contains two volumes in one. It is trimmed and rebound in art deco style. It includes at the end for the first time an index of names and key words.
1700-1706 London R. Chiswell, R. Battersby et al The History of the most Ingenious Knight Don Quixote de la Mancha John Stevens, after T. Shelton ENG 2 8vo b. Editions A18; S336; G146; P52468 TAMU
Illustrations: Title page announces "Illustrated with 33 Copper Plates, curiously engraved from the Brussels Edition." These 33 plates, newly engraved by Michael van der Gucht after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657; Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1673), contain 32 chapter illustrations and a frontis (the frontis appears twice; once in each volume). Ashbee refers to 33 engravings and two frontis. Our copy has 26 illustrations and no frontis. The two title pages are not illustrated. These engravings were reprinted in 1706 (second ed.)
Description: Deletes poetry, Prologues and Dedications; Part II dated 1706.
1700 Paris Compagnie des Libraires Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint-Martin FRE 5 12mo b. Editions P52712 TAMU
Illustrations: Includes five frontispieces and 45 illustrations engraved by Antoine Clouzier (not all signed). It also has two frontis and 32 illustrations about Cervantes' Don Quixote copied after Savery (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657; and later editions) and Bouttats (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). There are 13 illustrations (vol. V) about Filleau de Saint-Martin's Continuation. In Cushing's copy the illustration "Dispute at the inn" (45:1) appears twice; once in the place of illus. "DQ hanged by his hand" (43:1), which is missing. Later copied by Prudent Bizot for Lyon: Amaulry, 1711 and Lyon: Rigollet, 1738. Newly engraved by unknown engraver for Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1713 and Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1722.
Description: As Palau indicates, this is the same edition as Amsterdam: Pierre Mortier, 1696, republished in 1700, but with different title pages. It is also identical in content to Paris: C. Barbin, 1695, although with different illustrations. Volume V has the Continuation. The fourth edition of Filleau's translation and the third edition published in five volumes with the Continuation. The first edition of Filleau's translation was published in Paris by Claude Barbin, 1677-1678, without illustrations. Very rare, only copy in WorldCat.
1702 Lyon Chez Thomas Amaulry Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Filleau de Saint-Martin FRE 4 12mo b. Editions S535; P52713; RR304 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains two frontispieces and 14 chapter illustrations newly done by unknown engraver after the ones by H. Cause for Paris: Barbin, 1681 (after Dordrecht: Savery, 1657; Bruselas: Mommarte, 1662; Amberes: Verdussen, 1672-73). All the illustrations about Cervantes' Don Quixote. Río y Rico refers to two frontis plus 13 illus. (1696 edition).
Description:  It follows Paris: C. Barbin, 1695 illustrated edition in five volumes, vol. 5 with the Continuation by Saint-Martin. The first edition of Filleau's translation was published in Paris by Claude Barbin, 1677-1678, without illustrations. Volume I lacks the title page and frontis. Volume II lacks the frontis.
1705 Liège J. F. Broncart Nouvelles avantures de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche Alonso Fernández de Avellaneda Alain René Le Sage FRE 2 12mo e. Continuations and Imitations A328; R2:473; RR1212 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontis and 15 chapter illustrations by unknown engraver.
Description: Second edition, volumes VI and VII of the continuation in five volumes of Filleau de Saint-Martin´s translation; identical to first edition, Paris: Chez la Veuve de Claude Barbin, 1704.
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