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2019-03-22 15:56:21
GOLDMANN, NICOLAUS.
, . . Berlin Kat. 3527; Jordan 1469 (6 copies); Sloos, Warfare 8026; STCN (6 copies). First French edition (with the engraved title-page new for this edition) of an instruction manual for designing fortifications, with an emphasis on drawing their plans, profiles, perspective views, etc., first published in Latin (also by the Elzeviers) in 1643 using the same illustration plates. Most of the illustrations show fortification plans, profiles, elevations, etc., including many details, but they also include plain and solid geometrical diagrams, drafting instruments, bridges and military buildings. Many of the plans include a scale. The book, dedicated to the Dutch Stadtholder and Prince of Orange Frederick Hendrick, shows the Leiden Elzeviers at their high point, with stunning woodcut decorations and initials, and good presswork. Nicolaus Goldman (1611-1665) was born in Breslau but studied in Leiden and settled there permanently, teaching military engineering.With the late 19th-century bookplate of Château de Rosny-sur-Seine, near Paris. Part of the Rosny library was sold in 1837, but the present book was not. With small worm holes in 5 leaves, some occasional minor foxing or a minor marginal tear or stain, but otherwise in very good condition. The binding has been rebacked and patched, probably at an early date. An instruction manual for drawing fortification plans and perspective views, and a nice example of the Elzeviers' book production.
Bookseller: A. Asher & Co. B.V. [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2019-03-01 21:22:23
MAJOR (John Mair, dit).
1469. 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-folio. 1). 14ff. CII. XVI. 2ff. 2). 12ff. CCXCV. 2ff. (1f.blanc). Vélin postérieur, pièce de titre en maroquin (légers défauts aux coupes). 1). Edition Originale de ce commentaire biblique du théologien et philosophe écossais John Major (1469-1550). Professeur réputé et influent, il se signala par ses positions audacieuses aussi bien dans le domaine théologique que politique. Il niait notamment la suprématie du Pape, blâmait le luxe du clergé et il remit en question les circonstances de l'invasion de l'Amérique et de l'esclavage des indiens par les Espagnols. Maître de deux illustres réformateurs écossais, John Knox (1514-1572) et George Buchanan (1506-182), il participa également au développement d'une conscience nationale écossaise. Précédé d'une épître à l'archevêque de Glasgow James Beaton (1473-1539), le présent ouvrage rassemble les commentaires de John Major sur l'Evangile selon Matthieu. Le texte original en latin de l'apôtre est fourni à la fin de l'étude avec une pagination séparée. Imprimé sur deux colonnes, le volume contient deux illustrations dont une superbe gravure sur bois à pleine page représentant Dieu entouré de ses Saints. Belle page de titre à l'encre rouge et noire dans un spectaculaire encadrement architectural gravé. 2). Rare édition de ces commentaires de Major sur le quatrième livre des Sentences de Pierre Lombard, célèbre théologien italien mort en 1164. Ils sont précédés d'une épître de l'auteur à deux évêques écossais Robert Cokburn et Gavin Douglas (c. 1474-1522) écrivain, traducteur et ami de Major. Impression … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-01-19 03:17:46
Balbus, Johann.
[Mainz: Printer of the Catholicon, not before 1469]. Royal folio (36.5 x 28.5 cm, 14.365" x 11.25"). [1] f. Scholars have pondered and theorized about the printing history of "The Mainz Catholicon" for decades. For a long time it was thought that the Catholicon was printed in 1460 and very possibly by Gutenberg, but this view has changed. As the notes for its ISTC record observe: "Three issues can be distinguished in spite of identical typesetting: a) printed on vellum or Bull's Head paper; b) on Galliziani paper; c) on Tower & Crown paper. This has given rise to the theory that issue a) was printed in 1460, issue b) in 1469 and issue c) about 1472; see P. Needham, in BSA 76 (1982) pp. 395–456 and the articles "zur Catholicon-Forschung" in Wolfenbütteler Notizen zur Buchgeschichte 13 (1988) pp.105–232. For an alternative theory that all three states were printed about 1469, see L. Hellinga in G[uten]b[erg] J[ahr]b[uch]1989 pp. 47–96 and in the Book Collector (Spring 1992) pp. 28–54.    In March of 1286 Balbus, a Dominican friar, completed this study of five aspects of the Latin language: orthography, prosody, grammar, etymology, and rhetoric. Four-fifths of the work is devoted to etymology, making it more a dictionary than any other type of reference book, but it did provide a one-volume reference work for the study of Latin. It was most definitely => the dictionary most used by Boccaccio, Petrarch, and other writers of the early Renaissance.    The present leaf is unwatermarked, so we do not know to which issue it belongs. It is printed in double-column format, using a sma … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-19 03:17:46
Balbus, Johann.
[Mainz: Printer of the Catholicon, not before 1469]. Royal folio (36.5 x 28.5 cm, 14.365" x 11.25"). [1] f. Scholars have pondered and theorized about the printing history of "The Mainz Catholicon" for decades. For a long time it was thought that the Catholicon was printed in 1460 and very possibly by Gutenberg, but this view has changed. As the notes for its ISTC record observe: "Three issues can be distinguished in spite of identical typesetting: a) printed on vellum or Bull's Head paper; b) on Galliziani paper; c) on Tower & Crown paper. This has given rise to the theory that issue a) was printed in 1460, issue b) in 1469 and issue c) about 1472; see P. Needham, in BSA 76 (1982) pp. 395–456 and the articles "zur Catholicon-Forschung" in Wolfenbütteler Notizen zur Buchgeschichte 13 (1988) pp.105–232. For an alternative theory that all three states were printed about 1469, see L. Hellinga in G[uten]b[erg] J[ahr]b[uch]1989 pp. 47–96 and in the Book Collector (Spring 1992) pp. 28–54.    In March of 1286 Balbus, a Dominican friar, completed this study of five aspects of the Latin language: orthography, prosody, grammar, etymology, and rhetoric. Four-fifths of the work is devoted to etymology, making it more a dictionary than any other type of reference book, but it did provide a one-volume reference work for the study of Latin. It was most definitely => the dictionary most used by Boccaccio, Petrarch, and other writers of the early Renaissance.    The present leaf is unwatermarked, so we do not know to which issue it belongs. It is printed in double-column format, using a sma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2018-01-11 02:43:10
Balbus, Johann.
Printer of the Catholicon. Scholars have pondered and theorized about the printing history of "The Mainz Catholicon" for decades. For a long time it was thought that the Catholicon was printed in 1460 and very possibly by Gutenberg, but this view has changed. As the notes for its ISTC record observe: "Three issues can be distinguished in spite of identical typesetting: a) printed on vellum or Bull's Head paper; b) on Galliziani paper; c) on Tower & Crown paper. This has given rise to the theory that issue a) was printed in 1460, issue b) in 1469 and issue c) about 1472; see P. Needham, in BSA 76 (1982) pp. 395-456 and the articles "zur Catholicon-Forschung" in Wolfenbütteler Notizen zur Buchgeschichte 13 (1988) pp.105-232. For an alternative theory that all three states were printed about 1469, see L. Hellinga in G[uten]b[erg] J[ahr]b[uch]1989 pp. 47-96 and in the Book Collector (Spring 1992) pp. 28-54. In March of 1286 Balbus, a Dominican friar, completed this study of five aspects of the Latin language: orthography, prosody, grammar, etymology, and rhetoric. Four-fifths of the work is devoted to etymology, making it more a dictionary than any other type of reference book, but it did provide a one-volume reference work for the study of Latin. It was most definitely => the dictionary most used by Boccaccio, Petrarch, and other writers of the early Renaissance. The present leaf is unwatermarked, so we do not know to which issue it belongs. It is printed in double-column format, using a small font used here for the first time and cast in imitation of a fine semicursi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2018-01-06 19:56:16
Biblia latina
VD16 B 4297 - Vischer C 647 - Bibelslg. Württ. LB, D 494.- Frühe Ausgabe des Neuen Testaments in der Bearbeitung des Erasmus Desiderius von Rotterdam (1469-1536).- Seine Übersetzung war erstmals in der lateinisch-griechischen Parallelausgabe der Bibel von 1516 bei Froben in Basel erschienen und erlebte zahlreiche Auflagen bis ins 19. Jahrhundert.- Titel gestempelt u. mit hs. Besitzvermerken, gering braunfleckig, wenige kl. Randläsuren, mit zahlr. zeitgenöss. Anmerkungen u. Unterstreichungen (tls. in roter Tinte), Ebd. etw. fleckig; insges. gutes Exemplar aus dem 1787 aufgehobenen Franziskanerkloster Suben.# Early edition of Erasmus New Testament in Latin, originally published in 1516.- Title stamped and with handwritten ownership entry, slightly brownish spots, a few small marginal blemishes, with numerous contemporary notes and underlines (partly in red ink), binding a bit stained; overall good copy from the 1787 repealed Franciscan monastery Suben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller [Austria]
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2018-01-06 19:56:16
Biblia latina
VD16 B 4297 - Vischer C 647 - Bibelslg. Württ. LB, D 494.- Frühe Ausgabe des Neuen Testaments in der Bearbeitung des Erasmus Desiderius von Rotterdam (1469-1536).- Seine Übersetzung war erstmals in der lateinisch-griechischen Parallelausgabe der Bibel von 1516 bei Froben in Basel erschienen und erlebte zahlreiche Auflagen bis ins 19. Jahrhundert.- Titel gestempelt u. mit hs. Besitzvermerken, gering braunfleckig, wenige kl. Randläsuren, mit zahlr. zeitgenöss. Anmerkungen u. Unterstreichungen (tls. in roter Tinte), Ebd. etw. fleckig; insges. gutes Exemplar aus dem 1787 aufgehobenen Franziskanerkloster Suben.# Early edition of Erasmus New Testament in Latin, originally published in 1516.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2017-10-20 10:48:02
RIVOLI, duc de (Prince d'Essling)
1469. Paris, Techener, 1892. In-8° grande (25 x 18), pp. XLVI+499, con numerosi facsimili nel testo. Legatura mezza pergamena coeva. Buon esemplare. (5557) Primo tentativo di catalogazione ragionata dei libri a figure veneziani dalle origini della stampa al primo quarto del XVI secolo, che contribuì a portare l'attenzione su questo capitolo importante della storia della cultura italiana del Rinascimento oltre la ristretta cerchia dei bibliofili ottocenteschi. Questo primo saggio, ordinato cronologicamente, alquanto raro, costituisce il preludio alla monumentale opera data poi in luce nel 1907 da Olschki in Firenze, con ben diverso lusso tipografico. Ottino-Fumagalli, n. 4489. INTERNET/05557
Bookseller: Libreria Soave
2017-08-26 12:26:57
Isabella of Castille
In the Middle Ages, Spain was not a unified nation, but a group of separate states. Castille and Leon ran down the middle of the Iberian Peninsula and over atop Portugal to the west. Aragon was to the northeast, while the Moorish kingdom of Granada remained in the southeast. In 1469, Princess Isabella (1451-1504), sister of King Henry IV of Castille and Leon and heir to its throne, married Prince Ferdinand (1452-1516), son of King Juan II of Aragon and heir to its throne. Ferdinand and Isabella would one day inherit and join together their two kingdoms, which composed some 90% of Spain. Then, once the Moors were driven out, Spain would be united under their rule. Although in a sense this marriage was arranged, Isabella and Ferdinand were cousins who chose each other over alternative suitors. Theirs was an important relationship, one that resulted in Spain's becoming the greatest power in the world in its day. Each of the Catholic Monarchs had their own chamberlain to take care of household and personal matters. Isabella employed Sancho de Paredes, while Ferdinand used Juan Cabrero. Cabrero was the confidential friend and constant companion of Ferdinand, and he was also close to Christopher Columbus. He played a crucial role in Columbus's voyages, as it was Cabrero and a colleague who, at Columbus's urging, at the last moment interposed on behalf of Columbus, whose pleas had already been rejected by the Catholic Monarchs. But the monarchs changed their minds after listening to Cabrero plead Columbus's case. Cabrero represented to them the advantages that would accrue to th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Raab Collection [U.S.A.]
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2017-08-17 20:28:18
Müllner, Johannes (Begr.), Gerhard Hirschmann (Hrsg.) und Michael Diefenbacher
VIII, 590 S. VII, 663 S. X, 1012 S. Mit Faltkarten in den Deckeltaschen 24,5x18,5 cm Org.-Leinen mit Org.-Umschlag Teil I: Von den Anfängen bis 1350. / Teil II: Von 1351 - 1469. / Teil III: 1470 - 1544. // Sehr saubere Exemplare ohne Einträge. Umschlag Bd. 1 mit Randläsuren, schwach lichtrandig, Umschlag Bd. 2 gering bestoßen, Bd. 3 fast neuwertig.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat buch-im-speicher
2017-07-03 18:25:46
SFORZA, Gian Galeazzo Maria, 1469-1494; [Isabella of Aragon, 1470-1524]
A signed love letter of the young Duke of Milan, Gian Galeazzo Maria Sforza (1469-1494) to his future bride, Isabella of Aragon (1470-1524). Sforza was later a confidant of Leonardo da Vinci; Isabella is considered by art historian Maike Vogt-Luerssen to have been the model for Leonardo's Mona Lisa. Bifolium, 300 x 210 mm, on paper bearing the watermark of the arms of Sforza (a basilisk, or serpent, devouring a child), the manuscript in a fine Italian hand occupying a half side, signed at the foot Jo. Ga. Ma. Dux M[i]l[an]i and dated at the head 7 May 1481; addressed to Dne. Isabella; light foxing, residual tape at corners and edges of the horizontal fold; complete. The letter is written by the twelve-year old Duke of Milan to his cousin Isabella of Aragon, to whom he was already betrothed and whom he would marry in 1489. In it he writes of his great joy at receiving the gift she has sent him - a gift worthy of their love ("degno del amore nostro"). He declares that he will keep it amongst his "military ornaments" and, if he had to arm himself and enter battle, he would carry it with him out of love for her ("per amore de vostra S.ra"). Presumably, the gift was a decorated sash or banner, or similar accoutrement. The engagement of Gian Galeazzo and Isabella had been planned as early as 1471, and was formalised in 1480. The young couple would not actually meet until their marriage in 1489, but throughout the period of their betrothal the pair exchanged charming and naive letters expressing their love for one another, which were often accompanied by affectionate gifts. Th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books [Melbourne, Australia]
2017-06-21 23:35:45
RICCHIERI, Lodovico (Ludovicus Caelius RHODIGINUS).
Ahmanson-Murphy II, 123; Contemporaries of Erasmus III, p. 155; Renouard p. 79, no.11. First edition of an encyclopaedic collection of Latin notes on the classics and on general topics such as the human body, dance, music, poetry, art, sleep, rhetoric, the universe, etc., in sixteen books, by Lodovico Celio Ricchieri, often known by the Latin name Ludovicus Caelius Rhodiginus (1469-1525). In concept, it resembles Erasmus's famous Adagia , first published in 1500, but even though the Adagia quadrupled in size by the Aldine edition of 1508, the present work is more than twice as long as that: a folio of nearly 1000 pages (including prelims) and one of the most extensive books ever issued by the Aldine press. It appeared almost exactly a year after Aldus Manutius's death, when his father-in-law Andreas Torresano was running the press, but given its great length it is probably one of the last works to have gone to press under Aldus himself. The present copy, with no initials filled in and nearly untrimmed shows the book almost as it came from the printing office.Old owner's inscriptions in the foot margin of the title-page erased and difficult to make out. With some early, marginal manuscript notes. With a couple sheets browned, a couple slightly browned and a few others slightly foxed in the margins, and an occasional small stain, but still in very good condition, most leaves fine, and nearly untrimmed, preserving an occasional deckle. The binding is slightly worn, with the edges of the decorated paper tattered, but still good. A lovely copy of an Aldine masterpiece.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-03 23:08:06
RICCHIERI, Lodovico (Ludovicus Caelius RHODIGINUS).
Ahmanson-Murphy II, 123; Contemporaries of Erasmus III, p. 155; Renouard p. 79, no.11. First edition of an encyclopaedic collection of Latin notes on the classics and on general topics such as the human body, dance, music, poetry, art, sleep, rhetoric, the universe, etc., in sixteen books, by Lodovico Celio Ricchieri, often known by the Latin name Ludovicus Caelius Rhodiginus (1469-1525). In concept, it resembles Erasmus's famous Adagia, first published in 1500, but even though the Adagia quadrupled in size by the Aldine edition of 1508, the present work is more than twice as long as that: a folio of nearly 1000 pages (including prelims) and one of the most extensive books ever issued by the Aldine press. It appeared almost exactly a year after Aldus Manutius's death, when his father-in-law Andreas Torresano was running the press, but given its great length it is probably one of the last works to have gone to press under Aldus himself. The present copy, with no initials filled in and nearly untrimmed shows the book almost as it came from the printing office.Old owner's inscriptions in the foot margin of the title-page erased and difficult to make out. With some early, marginal manuscript notes. With a couple sheets browned, a couple slightly browned and a few others slightly foxed in the margins, and an occasional small stain, but still in very good condition, most leaves fine, and nearly untrimmed, preserving an occasional deckle. The binding is slightly worn, with the edges of the decorated paper tattered, but still good. A lovely copy of an Aldine masterpiece.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2017-05-18 08:13:58
Retcliffe, Sir John (d.i. Hermann Goedsche)
4 Bände in 2 Bänden - die vollständige, in sich abgeschlossene 2. Abteilung. Einbände gering berieben und leicht bestoßen Kanten etwas beschabt vereinzelt gering stockfleckig erste Bll. der Bände 1 und 3 in der unteren Ecke etwas fingerfleckig. Vollständige Folge der 2. Abteilung von "Villafranca". Für einen Kolportageroman in sehr guter Erhaltung. Kosch/Nagl 1469.
Bookseller: Aix Libris
2017-01-30 21:02:03
Johann, Wolfgang Goethe, Zehm Edith und Ottenberg Hans-Günter
1014, 944, 751, 967, 1019, 673, 1276, 1257, 856, 1126, 1313, 1181, 792,1003, 1469, 1355, 1199, 893, 1101, 1349, 844, 1088, Seiten, 19 cm, Kl.-8, gebundene Ausgabe Exemplar antiquarisch sehr gut erhalten, Mit Original Schutzumschlag, A8267
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchhandel Daniel Viertel
2016-06-20 14:58:34
PRINTED LEAF). BALBUS, JOHANNES
[Mainz: Printer of the Catholicon (Johann Gutenberg?), ca. 1460; Peter Schoeffer(?) for Konrad Humery(?), 1469]. [Mainz: Printer of the Catholicon (Johann Gutenberg?), ca. 1460; Peter Schoeffer(?) for Konrad Humery(?), 1469]. From the FIRST EDITION, Second Impression, on Galliziani paper. This leaf represents Gutenberg's final printing innovation: an early form of stereotyping. According to Paul Needham, when Gutenberg printed the first impression of "Catholicon" in 1460, he also created two-line "slugs" cast from the type, which could be reassembled for later impressions. These slugs were a part of Gutenberg's typographic materials obtained by Konrad Humery after the protoprinter's death in 1468, and they were used by Humery to print another issue of "Catholicon," perhaps with assistance of Peter Schoeffer, in 1469. The 1469 edition from which our leaf comes is distinguishable by the Galliziani paper on which it is printed; the 1460 version was on either vellum or Bull's Head paper, and a 1472 third impression was on Tower and Crown paper. Gutenberg's "Catholicon," while not as famous as its older brother, the 42-line Bible, is noted for being the first book to name its place of printing, and the first extensive work of a secular nature to be published. Compiled by the Dominican priest Johannes Balbus (or John of Genoa, d. ca. 1298), the text consists of a grammar and a dictionary of Medieval Latin, and treats the etymology of Latin terms in vogue during the Middle Ages. It was the first lexicographical work to be completely alphabetized, and the text on our leaf contains … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2016-06-20 14:58:34
PRINTED LEAF). BALBUS, JOHANNES
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2016-04-13 17:25:14
Lucanus, Marcus Annaeus.
Lucan's Pharsalia is an epic poem, the greatest in Latin after the Aeneid, on the subject of the civil war between Pompey and Caesar. Born in Córdoba, Spain, Lucan (A.D. 39-65) was the grandson of the elder Seneca, nephew of the younger Seneca, and the brother of the Gallio mentioned in Acts 18. He published the Pharsalia in A.D.. 62 or 63, but it seems likely that his poetic talent aroused the jealously of the vain Nero, as after its publication the emperor forbade him to write or even plead in the courts, and then later compelled him to commit suicide for alleged treason.The editio princeps of Lucan was printed in Rome by Sweynheym and Pannartz in 1469.The illustrated plates in this edition are after Gravelot, and the French translation is by M. Marmontel.Binding: Contemporary treed calf, spine gilt extra with badge of a thistle in compartments; red leather labels. Marbled endpapers. All edges red. Provenance: Small booklabel of William Salloch on rear pastedown.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books
2015-12-11 22:15:26
Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus:
Augsburg Günther Zainer Type 2 1469 - Einspaltiges, 36-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt. Breitrandiges Exemplar auf klanghellem festem Papier mit Resten von zwei Papiermontagestreifen im Rand. Blatt mit rotgestrichenen Versalbuchstaben. Blattgöße: 21 x 30,5 cm. - - - Unter dem gemeinsamen Titel "De viris illustribus" bot Günther Zainer acht verschiedene kleine Heftchen in einen Band zum Verkauf an. Dies geht aus einen seiner Buchhändleranzeigen hervor. Auch wenn die Hefte als Band konzipiert waren, bot er dieselben auch einzeln zum Verkauf an.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2015-11-25 13:50:37
Erasmus von Rotterdam, Desiderius.
Köln, Johann Gymnich, 1534. 8°. Mit breiter figürl. Holzschn.-Titelbordüre. 8 Bll., 390 S., 1 weißes Bl., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. a. 3 Bünden über Holzdeckeln m. 2 Schließen. Die vorliegende Abhandlung über die Kunst des Briefschreibens entstand etwa 1498 in Paris zum Gebrauch seines englischen Schülers Robert Fisher. Nach einer Raubdruckausgabe nach dem Manuskript (Cambridge 1521) veröffentlichte Erasmus die erste autorisierte Ausgabe 1522 in Basel. - Die Titelbordüre zeigt u.a. Justitia, Prudentia, Spes, Invidia, Fortuna u.a. - Eine weitere inkomplette Schrift angebunden. - Der dekorative zeitgen. Einband mit versch. figürlichen Rollenstempeln etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Titel m. kl. zeitgen. Eintrag. Vorsatzbl. u. hinterer Innendeckel m. alten Besitzvermerken. Das letzte Blatt (u. das weiße) mit Ausriß an der rechten oberen Ecke (unter tlw. Verlust der Paginierung, jedoch ohne weiteren Textverlust). Etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - VD16, E 2517; Panzer VI, 429, 754; Van der Haeghen I, 56; Bezzel 612; nicht bei Adams u. im BM, STC. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Erasmus von Rotterdam, opus de conscribendis epistolis, ex postrema, Briefsteller
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2013-12-11 22:48:55
In-4 gr. (mm. 348x230), p. pergam. molle coeva (picc. manc. a un bordo), tit. ms. al dorso, 2 cc.nn., 230 pp.num., 1 c.nn. (errata), ornato da grandi iniziali figur. a vignetta inc. su legno, testo su due colonne: italiano e latino a fronte. Il vol. è molto ben illustrato f.t. da 2 ritratti (il duca d?Ossuna e la defunta sua consorte Felice Sandoval Enriquez) inquadrati da figure allegoriche, inc. in rame da G. B. Bonacina e Ambrogio Besozzi su disegno di Cesare Fiori (o de Floribus) e da 8 grandi tavv. più volte ripieg. raffiguranti le esequie nella chiesa di S. Maria alla Scala, tutte in rame e degli stessi incisori. Rarissima "edizione originale" Cfr. Cat. Piantanida,I,194: ?Assai raro? - Cicognara,1469: ?Le invenzioni furono di Cesare Fiore architetto? - Vinet,788 - Palau,VII, p. 15 per la versione in spagnolo - Predari, p. 270. Qualche lieve uniforme arross. altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
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