499
499
Paricius, Georg Heinrich (1675-1725)
PRAXIS ARITHMETICES, ODER GRÜNDLICHE ANWEISUNG ZU DER IM GEMEINEN LEBEN UND WESEN ANSCHICKLICH-UND DIENLICHEN RECHEN-KUNST [PART 3: KURTZ-UND RICHTIGE AUFLÖSUNG EINES VIERFACH-VERKNÜPFFTEN RECHEN KNOPFFS]. REGENSBURG: JOHANN ZACHARIAS SEIDEL, 1706-1705
Estimation
600800
ACCÉDER AU LOT
499
Paricius, Georg Heinrich (1675-1725)
PRAXIS ARITHMETICES, ODER GRÜNDLICHE ANWEISUNG ZU DER IM GEMEINEN LEBEN UND WESEN ANSCHICKLICH-UND DIENLICHEN RECHEN-KUNST [PART 3: KURTZ-UND RICHTIGE AUFLÖSUNG EINES VIERFACH-VERKNÜPFFTEN RECHEN KNOPFFS]. REGENSBURG: JOHANN ZACHARIAS SEIDEL, 1706-1705
Estimation
600800
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Paricius, Georg Heinrich (1675-1725)
PRAXIS ARITHMETICES, ODER GRÜNDLICHE ANWEISUNG ZU DER IM GEMEINEN LEBEN UND WESEN ANSCHICKLICH-UND DIENLICHEN RECHEN-KUNST [PART 3: KURTZ-UND RICHTIGE AUFLÖSUNG EINES VIERFACH-VERKNÜPFFTEN RECHEN KNOPFFS]. REGENSBURG: JOHANN ZACHARIAS SEIDEL, 1706-1705
3 parts in one volume (see footnote), 8vo (157 x 95mm.), first title double-page and printed in red and black, contemporary speckled calf, speckled edges, T7 repaired, binding slightly worn
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Provenance

Dr Paul C. Martin; Reiss & Auvermann, Auktion 46, 15-18 October 1991, lot 25, DM 3800; Zisska & Kistner, Auktion 30, 28-31 October, lot 748, Erwin Tomash

Bibliographie

Tomash & Williams P14, P15; Matthäus Sterner, Geschichte der Rechenkunst (Munich 1891), 134

Description

Rare: we have been unable to trace this in the standard bibliographies.

"Paricius was a mathematician and writing master from Regensburg who is known primarily for his books on writing. However, this is a book on arithmetic that deals mainly with commercial calculations involving grain prices, profit and loss, money changing, etc." (Tomash & Williams).

Tomash & Williams describe this as two works, albeit one an extension of the other. However the second part ends with the catchword "Kurtz" (on Dd7) suggesting that they are intended as one. The pages at the end of part 2 are confused: Dd7 is followed by two duplicated leaves (pp.39-42, i.e. T6-7, from part 2), then an errata leaf.

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