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Tratado general y matemático de reloxería, que comprende el módo de hacer reloxes de todas clases, y el de saberlos componer y arreglar por difíciles que séan .

ZERELLA Y YCOAGA, Manuel de.

Editorial: Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1789.
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Small folio (26.3 x 18.5 cm.), recent full antique crimson morocco, spine richly gilt with raised bands in six compartments, dark green morocco lettering piece, gilt letter, wide gilt border on covers, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endleaves, text-block edges rouged. Half-title has some soiling and spotting; minor soiling in margins of title-page; rubric in outer margin of each recto; light dampstains on final 5 plates and blank verso of last plate. Still, in fine condition. Two different early signatures in blank margins of plates 21 and 22. Contemporary ink rubric in outer blank margin of each leaf recto, with the exception of the half title and title page, as well as in the outer blank margin recto of each plate. (3 ll.), xiv, 408 [i.e. 406] pp., 22 folding engraved plates. The pagination skips from 113 [leaf P1 recto] to 116 [leaf P1 verso]. There is no loss of text. *** FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE of this early Spanish contribution to clock-making literature. A second issue with a new title page appeared in 1791, and there is a facsimile reprint, Valencia 1986. The plates, engraved by José Giraldo y García after designs by Zerelta, depict clocks, plans for their construction, and their machinery. "The book is original work and shows several novel constructions, including a two-wheel clock . The drawings are beautifully executed" (Baillie). Relatively few original works by Spaniards devoted wholly to clock-making had been published in Spain before this time; this appears to be the most heavily illustrated, and therefore probably the most useful. The earliest work in Basanta Campos that deals with mechanical clocks seems to be Manuel del Rio's @Arte de reloxes, 1759, with 13 plates, which Baillie describes as "very comprehensive in subject matter, but quite inadequate in detail." Penna's @Compendio util, 1760, was apparently not illustrated, and Pedro Marechal's @L'arte de conservar y arreglar los reloxes, 1767, was an unacknowledged translation of Berthoud, with all the plates omitted.Zerella y Ycoaga describes how to make all sorts of watches, including pocket watches, clocks for the home and carriage, clocks to use at night and calendar clocks with pendulums. He gives details of their working parts and instructions for common repairs. The plates corresponding to this section show the gears and how they fit together, and various clock faces (showing seconds, minutes, hours, months, phases of the moon, etc.). The second section of the work (beginning on p. 191) contains the mathematical, geometrical, geographical and mechanical theory necessary for clock-makers. At the end (pp. 386-93) is a brief chapter on constructing music boxes, illustrated by the final plate. The @Tratado appeared again, essentially unchanged, at Madrid, 1791.Zerella y Ycoaga, clockmaker to Ferdinand VI, studied at Geneva and came to Spain hoping to establish an Escuela de Relojeria and a factory that would compete with those of France and England. Chapter XXIX of the first part was obviously written with that in mind: "Modo de hacer un relox de bolsillo y de sala, mejor que en Francia ni en Inglaterra . "*** Palau 380316: calling for only 2 leaves at the front. Baillie, @Clocks & Watches p. 333: not mentioning the 3 unnumbered leaves at the front. Basanta Campos, @Bibliografia relojera española p. 62: not mentioning xiv pp. preceding the main text; reproducing the title-page on p. 61. Cf. Pertuch & Hilker, @Horological Books & Pamphlets in the Franklin Institute Library p. 109 (the second edition). Not in Aguilar Piñal. Not in Bromley, @Clockmakers' Library. Not in British Library, @Eighteenth-Century Spanish STC. Not in @Ticknor Catalogue. CCPBE locates eight copies in Spanish libraries, at least three of which are incomplete (plus three in anonymous private collections). Rebiun repeats one of these and adds three more. Neither issue located in Copac. Not located in NUC. N° de ref. de la librería

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Editorial: Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1789.

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ZERELLA Y YCOAGA, Manuel de
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Descripción Acompañado de los elementos necesarios para ella, como son aritmética, álgebra, geometría, gnomónica, astronomía, geografía, fisica, maquinaria, música y dibuxo. M., Imp. Real, 1789, 16x25, 2h. XIV-408p. 22 láminas plegadas. Rústica con estuche. (Edición facsímil de 250 ejemp. numerados). (4791). Nº de ref. de la librería 4791

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Zerella y Ycoaga, Manuel De.
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Descripción Imprenta Real, Madrid,, Madrd, 1789. Pergamino Con Titulo En Lomo. Estado de conservación: Buena. 1ª Edicion. 2 + XIV + 408 pags., con 22 láminas plegadas, dibujadas por Zerella y grabadas por Giraldo, fuera del texto. Fundamental obra sobre relojería, escrita por el relojero de Cámara de Fernando VI, que por haber estudiado en Ginebra intentó crear una Escuela de Relojería y una Fábrica que compitiesen con las francesas e inglesas. El texto va acompañado de 22 interesantes láminas plegadas con figuras de relojería, gnomónica, geometría, física, etc. Según explica Palau, la obra incluye un reloj que se inventó, con un aparato para picar cilindros musicales, cuyo secreto fue celosamente guardado en la época Size: 26 X 18. Nº de ref. de la librería 002940

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Descripción Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. En la Imprenta Real, Madrid, 1791. Segunda Impresion. De 6 + XIV, 408p. + 22 gravuras. 24cm. Enc. Obra completa com gravuras. Zerella y Ycoaga foi relojoeiro de Fernando VI. Nesta obra é descrito como fazer varios tipos de relógios, incluindo relógios de bolso, para casa, para a noite,etc. Contem os tratados matemáticos, geométricos e mecânicos necessários à execução de relógios. Encadernação antiga inteira de pele. Muito raro e valioso. Obra em bom estado de conservação. Complete work with engravings. Zerella y Yaga was watchmaker for Ferdinand VI. This work describes how to make various types of watches, including pocket watches,for the home, etc. Contains mathematical treatises, geometric and mechanical all important for the execution of watches. Antique full leather binding. Very rare and valuable. Very good copy. Nº de ref. de la librería 000365

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Descripción Imprenta Real, Madrid, 1789. Folio. XIV, 408 p., 22 láminas plegadas. Anteportada restaurada. Pergamino, lomo con letras pintadas, cortes jaspeados. Fundamental obra sobre relojería, escrita por el relojero de Cámara de Fernando VI, que por haber estudiado en Ginebra intentó crear una Escuela de Relojería y una Fábrica que compitiesen con las francesas e inglesas. El texto va acompañado de 22 interesantes láminas plegadas con figuras de relojería, gnomónica, geometría, física, etc. Según explica Palau, la obra incluye un reloj que se inventó, con un aparato para picar cilindros musicales, cuyo secreto fue celosamente guardado en la época (P., 38037). Relojería. Gnomónica. Astronomía. Matemáticas. Clock making. Gnomonics. Astronomy. Mathematics. Nº de ref. de la librería C11N666

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Descripción Madrid, Imprenta Real, 1789., 1789. Small folio (26.3 x 18.5 cm.), recent full antique crimson morocco, spine richly gilt with raised bands in six compartments, dark green morocco lettering piece, gilt letter, wide gilt border on covers, inner dentelles gilt, marbled endleaves, text-block edges rouged. Half-title has some soiling and spotting; minor soiling in margins of title-page; rubric in outer margin of each recto; light dampstains on final 5 plates and blank verso of last plate. Still, in fine condition. Two different early signatures in blank margins of plates 21 and 22. Contemporary ink rubric in outer blank margin of each leaf recto, with the exception of the half title and title page, as well as in the outer blank margin recto of each plate. (3 ll.), xiv, 408 [i.e. 406] pp., 22 folding engraved plates. The pagination skips from 113 [leaf P1 recto] to 116 [leaf P1 verso]. There is no loss of text. *** FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE of this early Spanish contribution to clock-making literature. A second issue with a new title page appeared in 1791, and there is a facsimile reprint, Valencia 1986. The plates, engraved by José Giraldo y García after designs by Zerelta, depict clocks, plans for their construction, and their machinery. "The book is original work and shows several novel constructions, including a two-wheel clock . The drawings are beautifully executed" (Baillie). Relatively few original works by Spaniards devoted wholly to clock-making had been published in Spain before this time; this appears to be the most heavily illustrated, and therefore probably the most useful. The earliest work in Basanta Campos that deals with mechanical clocks seems to be Manuel del Rio's Arte de reloxes, 1759, with 13 plates, which Baillie describes as "very comprehensive in subject matter, but quite inadequate in detail." Penna's Compendio util, 1760, was apparently not illustrated, and Pedro Marechal's L'arte de conservar y arreglar los reloxes, 1767, was an unacknowledged translation of Berthoud, with all the plates omitted.Zerella y Ycoaga describes how to make all sorts of watches, including pocket watches, clocks for the home and carriage, clocks to use at night and calendar clocks with pendulums. He gives details of their working parts and instructions for common repairs. The plates corresponding to this section show the gears and how they fit together, and various clock faces (showing seconds, minutes, hours, months, phases of the moon, etc.). The second section of the work (beginning on p. 191) contains the mathematical, geometrical, geographical and mechanical theory necessary for clock-makers. At the end (pp. 386-93) is a brief chapter on constructing music boxes, illustrated by the final plate. The Tratado appeared again, essentially unchanged, at Madrid, 1791.Zerella y Ycoaga, clockmaker to Ferdinand VI, studied at Geneva and came to Spain hoping to establish an Escuela de Relojeria and a factory that would compete with those of France and England. Chapter XXIX of the first part was obviously written with that in mind: "Modo de hacer un relox de bolsillo y de sala, mejor que en Francia ni en Inglaterra . "*** Palau 380316: calling for only 2 preliminary leaves. Baillie, Clocks & Watches p. 333: not mentioning the 3 unnumbered preliminary leaves. Basanta Campos, Bibliografia relojera española p. 62: not mentioning xiv pp. preceding the main text; reproducing the title-page on p. 61. Cf. Pertuch & Hilker, Horological Books & Pamphlets in the Franklin Institute Library p. 109 (the second edition). Not in Aguilar Piñal. Not in Bromley, Clockmakers' Library. Not in British Library, Eighteenth-Century Spanish STC. Not in Ticknor Catalogue. CCPBE locates eight copies in Spanish libraries, at least three of which are incomplete (plus three in anonymous private collections). Rebiun repeats one of these and adds three more. Neither issue located in Copac. Not located in NUC. Nº de ref. de la librería 24384

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