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2020-06-18 18:38:10
Alle am oberen Rand auf Karton geheftet. Dürer, Albrecht (1471-1528). I. Der Schmerzensmann an der Säule. Kupferstich von 1509, 11,7 x 7,2 cm. - II. Die Kreuztragung. Kupferstich 1512, 11,4 x 7,2 cm. - III. Die Auferstehung. Kupferstich 1512, 11,5 x 7,4 cm. Nürnberg. Jeweils in der Platte monogrammiert u. datiert. I. Meder 3 c. - Wenige dünne Stellen, geschlossener kl. Einriß unten. - II. Meder 12 a-b. - Rückseitig mit gekröntem Sammlerstempel, sehr schöner kräftiger Abdruck. - III. Meder 17 c-d. - Wenige dünne Stellen. - „Für Dürer war die Darstellung der Leiden Christi ein Hauptanliegen seiner Kunst. Drei abgeschlossene Folgen seines druckgraphischen Werkes widmete er der Passion. Neben den Holzschnitten der ‚Großen' und ‚Kleinen Passion' entstand zwischen 1507 und 1512 die sog. Kupferstichpassion. Diese setzt sich aus 16 datierten Blättern in kleinem, eleganten Hochformat zusammen. Sie ist in einem Zeitraum von sechs Jahren in loser, nicht der Erzählung der Passionsgeschichte folgender Reihenfolge entstanden. ... Das Szenarium ist zurückhaltend, Anekdotisches oder die Zahl der Akteure sind auf ein Minimum reduziert. Aus der Untersicht wird der Betrachter zu einem Zeugen der Ereignisse, die ihm nahegerückt, ohne Einfassungslinie vorgestellt werden. ... Sicherlich waren es auch marktstrategische Überlegungen, die Dürer zur Herausgabe einer Folge im Kupferstich anspornten. Die subtilen, versiert gestochenen Blätter zielten auf ein gebildetes Publikum ab und versprachen einen hohen Preis auf dem Markt. ... Auch weil die ‚Kupferstichpassion', anders als die Passionen im Holzs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe und Lutz (x-library) [Karlsruhe, Germany]
2020-06-15 13:03:36
1471. Bell'esemplare di uno dei più bei libri illustrati italiani del Cinquecento. DURER Albrecht (1471 - 1528), e GALLUCCI Giovanni Paolo (1538 - 1621) DI ALBERTO DURERO PITTORE, E GEOMETRA CHIARISSIMO. D E L L A S I M M E T R I A D E I C O R P I H U M A N I Libri Quattro. Nuovamente tradotti dalla Lingua Latina nella Italiana, DA M. GIO. PAOLO GALLUCCI SALODIANO. Et accresciuti del quinto libro, nel quale si tratta, con quai modi possano i Pittori, & Scoltori mostrare la diuersità della natura de gli huomini, & donne, & con quali le passioni, che sentono per li diuersi accidenti, che li occorrono. Hora di nuouo stampati. VENEZIA presso Domenico Nicolini (Domenico Nicolini da Sabbio) 1591 Un volume in folio (cm. 33 x 21), di carte (6), 143, (1); con tre doppie carte ripiegate (M4, Q4, Q5). Le carte M4, Q4 e Q5 sono carte doppie aggiunte ai fascicoli: la carta Q4 è stampata al recto e al verso; le carte M4 e Q5 sono stampate solo sul recto. Al frontespizio la marca tipografica silografica del Nicolini (Vittoria alata che regge con la mano sinistra un ramo di palma, e con la destra due rami di ulivo; con il motto "Nisi qui legitime certaverit"); in fine altra marca tipografica simile . Nel testo centodieci illustrazioni a piena pagina incise in xilografia, e quattro su doppi foglio di cui tre ripiegate; 39 diagrammi intercalati nel testo, molte altre immagini xilografiche di minore formato. Iniziali, testatine e fregi incisi in legno. BELLA LEGATURA posteriore in piena pergamena con unghiatura; il titolo calligrafato in inchiostro rosso e nero al dorso liscio in epoca più re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-05-23 16:43:05
INCUNABLE LEAVES) SIXTUS IV, Pont. Max. (formerly Franciscus, Cardinalis de Rovere)
Rome: Adam Rot, 1471. after 2 Oct. 1471. 8vo, 12 leaves, printed in black with red heading (some marginal chipping) in two columns good. Probably HC 14820; Pr 3433; BMC IV, 42; BSB-Ink 447; GW M42586. Rules and constitution of the Apostolic Chancery. Notes on Benedict XII (1334-1342); Boniface VIII (1294-1303); Paul II (1464-1471); Calixtus III (1455-1458); Boniface VIII (1294-1303); Alexander IV (1254-1261); Gregory X (1271-1276); Clement VI (1342-1352).
Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc. [Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.]
2020-05-13 02:19:20
PAULUS DE SANCTA MARIA
[Rome]: Ulrich Han [Udalricus Gallus], [not after April 1471]. 288 x 195 mm. (11 1/4 x 7 3/4"). [290] leaves. Single column, 35 lines, roman type. Fine new pigskin over boards in the style of the period, covers with concentric panelling, thick raised bands, spine panels filled with various blind-stamped ornaments, pigskin clasps. Capitals struck with yellow, first page with seven-line illuminated initial in blue, white, brown, and red on a burnished gold ground, marginal extensions of hairline vines bearing numerous burnished gold leaves, terminating in a magenta lotus flower at either end; s2r with three-line painted red initial at incipit of Part II, s2v with seven-line burnished gold initial on a blue and magenta ground with white tracery. Final page of some quires with contemporary handwritten catchword in ink (sometimes trimmed away); front flyleaf with later ink bibliographic notes in French, first page with extensive later (18th century?) ink marginalia in French, with "Carthusiae Villenovae" [Charterhouse of Val de Bénédiction in Villeneuve-lès-Avignon] and a trefoil containing the initials "R L K" stamped in ink in tail margin; FINAL PAGE WITH THE ORIGINAL OWNER'S PURCHASE INSCRIPTION (see below). Goff P-202; BMC IV, 21. Occasional mild foxing, faint stains, or marginal thumbing, but A VERY FINE COPY, especially clean, fresh, and bright, in a convincing new retrospective binding.This is an extremely pleasing copy of the second printing (the first was by Mentelin, not after 1470) of the influential work known as the "Dialogue of Paul versus Sau … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
2020-02-23 00:20:06
CRESCENTIIS, Petrus [CRESCENZI, Pietro de]
Johann Schüssler, Augsburg. 16 February 1471. Chancery folio (296 x 215 mm). 209 leaves (of 212, without the final 3 blanks). Collation: [a-s10 t12 v10 x7]. 35 lines, gothic type 1:117G. Title in incipit (leaf [a]1r): Petri de crescentiis civis. Bononiensis epistola in libru[m] co[m]modoru[m] ruralium. Illuminated throughout including one 8-line and eight 6-line initials painted in red and with dark-brown penwork, two of them with penwork extensions, several red-painted 2-line initials, red manuscript page numbers, red paragraphs, initial strokes and underlining, all in contemporary hand and typical for illumination by the Schüssler workshop. Original, gothic, elaborately blind-ruled and blind-stamped Augsburg binding of pressed pigskin over wooden boards, spine with 3 raised bands, two original brass catches and one original clasp present, one clasp and the leather straps renewed, upper edge of lower board with traces of old chain attachment, original endpapers preserved (binding expertly restored in the 1960s by Hans Heiland & Sohn with the original board material and most of the spine leather preserved; soiling, browning and spotting of the leather). Text leaves unpressed and untrimmed preserving the deckle edges. Internally very little browned, light dust-soiling and browning of outer edges, occasional mostly marginal spotting and finger-soiling, two small wormholes in blank lower corner of gatherings [v] to [x], faint dampstaining to lower blank margin of a few gatherings towards end, but all in all exceptionally crisp and clean. Provenance: Leonard Kempet (contemporar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2020-02-21 17:57:58
CRESCENTIIS, Petrus [CRESCENZI, Pietro de]
Augsburg: Johann Schüssler, 1471. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 16 February 1471. Chancery folio (296 x 215 mm). 209 leaves (of 212, without the final 3 blanks). Collation: [a-s10 t12 v10 x7]. 35 lines, gothic type 1:117G. Title in incipit (leaf [a]1r): Petri de crescentiis civis. Bononiensis epistola in libru[m] co[m]modoru[m] ruralium. Illuminated throughout including one 8-line and eight 6-line initials painted in red and with dark-brown penwork, two of them with penwork extensions, several red-painted 2-line initials, red manuscript page numbers, red paragraphs, initial strokes and underlining, all in contemporary hand and typical for illumination by the Schüssler workshop. Original, gothic, elaborately blind-ruled and blind-stamped Augsburg binding of pressed pigskin over wooden boards, spine with 3 raised bands, two original brass catches and one original clasp present, one clasp and the leather straps renewed, upper edge of lower board with traces of old chain attachment, original endpapers preserved (binding expertly restored in the 1960s by Hans Heiland & Sohn with the original board material and most of the spine leather preserved; soiling, browning and spotting of the leather). Text leaves unpressed and untrimmed preserving the deckle edges. Internally very little browned, light dust-soiling and browning of outer edges, occasional mostly marginal spotting and finger-soiling, two small wormholes in blank lower corner of gatherings [v] to [x], faint dampstaining to lower blank margin of a few gatherings towards end, but all in all exceptionall … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2020-02-20 17:05:18
CRESCENTIIS, Petrus [CRESCENZI, Pietro de]
Augsburg: Johann Sch�ssler, 1471. Augsburg: Johann Schüssler, 1471. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 16 February 1471. Chancery folio (296 x 215 mm). 209 leaves (of 212, without the final 3 blanks). Collation: [a-s10 t12 v10 x7]. 35 lines, gothic type 1:117G. Title in incipit (leaf [a]1r): Petri de crescentiis civis. Bononiensis epistola in libru[m] co[m]modoru[m] ruralium. Illuminated throughout including one 8-line and eight 6-line initials painted in red and with dark-brown penwork, two of them with penwork extensions, several red-painted 2-line initials, red manuscript page numbers, red paragraphs, initial strokes and underlining, all in contemporary hand and typical for illumination by the Schüssler workshop. Original, gothic, elaborately blind-ruled and blind-stamped Augsburg binding of pressed pigskin over wooden boards, spine with 3 raised bands, two original brass catches and one original clasp present, one clasp and the leather straps renewed, upper edge of lower board with traces of old chain attachment, original endpapers preserved (binding expertly restored in the 1960s by Hans Heiland & Sohn with the original board material and most of the spine leather preserved; soiling, browning and spotting of the leather). Text leaves unpressed and untrimmed preserving the deckle edges. Internally very little browned, light dust-soiling and browning of outer edges, occasional mostly marginal spotting and finger-soiling, two small wormholes in blank lower corner of gatherings [v] to [x], faint dampstaining to lower bl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2020-02-07 07:32:12
Escobar, Andreas de].
O. O. u. Dr, 1471. (6) Bll., 39 Zeilen. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. Moderner Halbpergamentband über Marmordeckeln. 4to. Bislang nicht nachgewiesene Inkunabelausgabe der klassischen katholischen Beichtanweisung. Der bemerkenswerte Titelholzschnitt zeigt eine Beichtszene, hinter dem Beichtstuhl ein Teufel, der einen (im Spruchband gedruckten) verworrenen Spruch einflüstert. - Diese Schrift, erstmals um 1471 erschienen, erlebte allein in der Inkunabelzeit über 100 bekannte Ausgaben; die vorliegende ist über den Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke nicht ermittelbar. - Der aus Lissabon stammende Dominikaner-, dann Augustiner- und schließlich Benediktinermönch Escobar (um 1367-1430) promovierte 1393 in Wien zum Doktor der Theologie und war später Bischof von Ciudad Rodrigo (1408), Ajaccio (1422) und Titular-Erzbischof von Megara (1428). Der päpstliche "poenitentiarius minor" war einer der am häufigsten gedruckten Autoren des späten 15. Jahrhunderts. - Etwas fleckig und mit kl. Quetschfalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-12-13 16:09:38
Neil Young
1471. Condition: Like New. I was on the list to get a signed version from Neil having supported his projects through the years. It is in mint condition as I read the book on my PC. I have lots of his stuff but it is time to share. Waging Heavy Peace Original First Edition Signed by Neil Numbered - 1471 of 1500. Condition is Like New. Shipped with UPS Ground. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Junk In The Trunk With Chris (christianjfarber) [Rumson, New Jersey, US]
2019-11-24 16:44:05
[MANUSCRIPT - WOMEN'S STUDIES].
, . . 171, [5 blank] pp.A mid-18th-century manuscript transcription of the first (1471) edition, in the original Italian, of an anonymous work about the customs, habits and proper behaviour of young women and addressed directly to them. That edition, printed by Nicolas Jenson in Venice and dated "1461", but actually printed in 1471, was thought to be the first book printed in Italy until Claude Gros de Boze (1680-1753) showed in 1743 that the printed date in the colophon (MCCCCLXI) is incorrect and should have included a second X. The present manuscript copy was probably made in Paris when Jenson's edition was still thought to be the first book printed in Italy. The topics covered in the text, according to its own chapter headings (following Allen's translation), are: the appropriate and necessary goodness of the wise and most prudent maiden; the virtues that are proper for you; the order of life that you must preserve; the manner of beautiful dress; honest loves and holy desires; and lofty thoughts and devoted recommendations and contemplations, from the creation of the world to the final judgement. Even after De Boze proved the 1461 erroneous, the Decor puellarum remained one of the most sought after incunabula, both as one of Jenson's earliest productions and for its important text, whose author remains unidentified.With the first leaf foxed, but otherwise in fine condition and with large margins, with only an occasional very minor spot.l Cf. P. Allen, The concept of women, p. 659; M. Lowry, "Humanism and anti-Semitism in Venice: the strange story of 'Decor puellarum'", … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: A. Asher & Co. B.V. [Netherlands]
2019-09-11 11:42:58
Cicero Marcus Tullius
Venice: Vindelinus de Spira for Johannes de Colonia, 1471. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition. An early edition of Cicero's de finibus edited by Georgius Merula- either the editio princeps of this work, or the second after the Conradus Sweynheym edition of Cicero's Scripta Philisophica which also appeared in 1471, but in either case, the first stand alone edition - there was an undated edition by Ulrich Zel around 1471 that seems to have been a piracy of this de Spira edition (due to some identical errors). This edition dated [not after 9 Nov.] 1471. A substantial fragment rebound in 19th century leather backed boards, shaken, spine chipped. 52 of 93 leaves, lacking the 4 blanks, front and rear, colophon not present. Some scattered foxing, heavier in some of the margins, slight wear, contemporary marginalia throughout and a few manicules, some slightly trimmed. Vindelinus de Spira had just taken over after his brother's untimely death - this Cicero is set in a very fine early Roman typeface, a lovely example. His brother, Johannes, had been given a 5 year monopoly on printing in Venice beginning in 1469 when he opened the cities first print shop, but he died the following year while printing just the fourth work, Augustine's De Civitate Dei. Provenance: Old library stamp to first page. bookplate and ownership notes of noted collector George Benson Weston, including a note of when he bought this volume (Naples, 1952) ISTC ic00565000, Goff C565; BMC V 157; Bod-inc C-289; GW 6885 Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Invent … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-06-10 10:55:21
Sammelband Inkunabeln
1471. 12,5x17,1 Early printing in Cologne, which was mostly anonymously produced, began with the prolific Ulrich Zell, from 1466, Arnold Ther Hoernen (now also associated with the Printer of Dictys), from 1470, and then Johann Schilling (considered by Vouillème and Corsten to be the Printer of Dares, and now connected to other anonymous presses), from perhaps 1471. As with many of Zells early books, the majority of Schillings books were small and short quartos of the sort of Thomist and Albertist texts in use at the University of Cologne, which was strongly anti-humanist Thomas Aquinas, Henricus de Hassia and Jean Gerson. However, as can be seen in this volume, classical authors such as Cicero and Seneca also appeared from Schillings workshop. The typefaces used by these anonymous Cologne printers were based on the bookhands current in Cologne at the time (as opposed to Zells more humanistic typefaces). The Ther Hoernen imprint is the first edition of the Alexander romance, in the Latin version made in the tenth century by Leo the Archpriest of Naples. This compilation of texts was presumably assembled at the time, despite the later binding. - Sieben Schillingdrucke in einem Band von äußerster Seltenheit.
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Baldreit [Germany]
2019-04-29 14:45:51
Burg Schellenberg = Augustusburg: 1471. Original in sehr guter Erhaltung - festes Bütten mit Wasserzeichen. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS FRÜHES ZEITZEUGNIS DEUTSCHE HANDSCHRIFT AUF PAPIER ERNST & ALBRECHT VON SACHSEN ANNO 1471 GELEITBRIEF ZUR LEIPZIGER MESSE Sicherheit und Vertrauen in wirkliche Werte sind gerade in diesen Tagen das höchste Gut. Mit Drucken, Handschriften und Grafiken von sedulitas kunstmarketing erwerben Sie originale, wertstabile, repräsentative und sammelwürdige Wertanlagen! ________________________________________ SEHR FRÜHES ZEITZEUGNIS ZUR LEIPZIGER MESSE - ANNO 1471 ______________________________________________________________ Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier mit papiergedecktem Ringsiegel verso. BESCHREIBUNG Es handelt sich um einen Schutzbrief der Brüder Ernst, Kurfürst von Sachsen (1441-1486) und Albrecht der Beherzte, Herzog von Sachsen (1443-1500). Die beiden Brüder Ernst und Albrecht waren im Zuge einer Familienfehde (Ursache war der Sächsische Bruderkrieg) 1455 durch den Ritter Kunz von Kaufungen aus dem Schloss Altenburg entführt worden (Altenburger oder auch Sächsischer Prinzenraub). Später waren die Brüder verantwortlich für die sogenannte „Leipziger Teilung", welche als die folgenschwerste Fehlentscheidung in der sächsischen Geschichte gilt, da bei dieser eine Aufteilung bedeutender sächsischer Gebiete und Ländereien vorgenommen wurde. Auf Grundlage der Leipziger Teilung entstanden schließlich mit den Ernestinern und Albertinern zwei Linien des Hauses Wettin. DATIERUNG Burg Schellenberg (= Augustusbu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-03-16 10:33:59
Burg Schellenberg = Augustusburg: 1471. Original in sehr guter Erhaltung - festes Bütten mit Wasserzeichen. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS FRÜHES ZEITZEUGNIS DEUTSCHE HANDSCHRIFT AUF PAPIER ERNST & ALBRECHT VON SACHSEN ANNO 1471 GELEITBRIEF ZUR LEIPZIGER MESSE Sicherheit und Vertrauen in wirkliche Werte sind gerade in diesen Tagen das höchste Gut. Mit Drucken, Handschriften und Grafiken von sedulitas kunstmarketing erwerben Sie originale, wertstabile, repräsentative und sammelwürdige Wertanlagen! ________________________________________ SEHR FRÜHES ZEITZEUGNIS ZUR LEIPZIGER MESSE - ANNO 1471 ______________________________________________________________ Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier mit papiergedecktem Ringsiegel verso. BESCHREIBUNG Es handelt sich um einen Schutzbrief der Brüder Ernst, Kurfürst von Sachsen (1441-1486) und Albrecht der Beherzte, Herzog von Sachsen (1443-1500). Die beiden Brüder Ernst und Albrecht waren im Zuge einer Familienfehde (Ursache war der Sächsische Bruderkrieg) 1455 durch den Ritter Kunz von Kaufungen aus dem Schloss Altenburg entführt worden (Altenburger oder auch Sächsischer Prinzenraub). Später waren die Brüder verantwortlich für die sogenannte „Leipziger Teilung", welche als die folgenschwerste Fehlentscheidung in der sächsischen Geschichte gilt, da bei dieser eine Aufteilung bedeutender sächsischer Gebiete und Ländereien vorgenommen wurde. Auf Grundlage der Leipziger Teilung entstanden schließlich mit den Ernestinern und Albertinern zwei Linien des Hauses Wettin. DATIERUNG Burg Schellenberg (= Augustusbu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-02-13 14:28:10
Dürer Albrecht ( 1471 - 1528 )
Artist: Dürer Albrecht ( - 1528 ) ; issued in: ; date: ca 1800, 1471. - technic: Copper print; colorit: ; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 32 x 22; - description : Albrecht Dürer, Hercules at the crossraod. Later copy of the copperprint from Albrecht Dürer, with copperplate margin on deckle edged paper, ca 1800.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-02-04 15:23:20
Burg Schellenberg = Augustusburg: Original in sehr guter Erhaltung - festes Bütten mit Wasserzeichen. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS FRÜHES ZEITZEUGNIS DEUTSCHE HANDSCHRIFT AUF PAPIER ERNST & ALBRECHT VON SACHSEN ANNO 1471 GELEITBRIEF ZUR LEIPZIGER MESSE Sicherheit und Vertrauen in wirkliche Werte sind gerade in diesen Tagen das höchste Gut. Mit Drucken, Handschriften und Grafiken von sedulitas kunstmarketing erwerben Sie originale, wertstabile, repräsentative und sammelwürdige Wertanlagen! ________________________________________ SEHR FRÜHES ZEITZEUGNIS ZUR LEIPZIGER MESSE - ANNO 1471 ______________________________________________________________ Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier mit papiergedecktem Ringsiegel verso. BESCHREIBUNG Es handelt sich um einen Schutzbrief der Brüder Ernst, Kurfürst von Sachsen (1441-1486) und Albrecht der Beherzte, Herzog von Sachsen (1443-1500). Die beiden Brüder Ernst und Albrecht waren im Zuge einer Familienfehde (Ursache war der Sächsische Bruderkrieg) 1455 durch den Ritter Kunz von Kaufungen aus dem Schloss Altenburg entführt worden (Altenburger oder auch Sächsischer Prinzenraub). Später waren die Brüder verantwortlich für die sogenannte „Leipziger Teilung", welche als die folgenschwerste Fehlentscheidung in der sächsischen Geschichte gilt, da bei dieser eine Aufteilung bedeutender sächsischer Gebiete und Ländereien vorgenommen wurde. Auf Grundlage der Leipziger Teilung entstanden schließlich mit den Ernestinern und Albertinern zwei Linien des Hauses Wettin. DATIERUNG Burg Schellenberg (= Augustusburg), 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-02-02 10:00:27
Burg Schellenberg = Augustusburg: Original in sehr guter Erhaltung - festes Bütten mit Wasserzeichen. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS FRÜHES ZEITZEUGNIS DEUTSCHE HANDSCHRIFT AUF PAPIER ERNST & ALBRECHT VON SACHSEN ANNO 1471 GELEITBRIEF ZUR LEIPZIGER MESSE Sicherheit und Vertrauen in wirkliche Werte sind gerade in diesen Tagen das höchste Gut. Mit Drucken, Handschriften und Grafiken von sedulitas kunstmarketing erwerben Sie originale, wertstabile, repräsentative und sammelwürdige Wertanlagen! ________________________________________ SEHR FRÜHES ZEITZEUGNIS ZUR LEIPZIGER MESSE - ANNO 1471 ______________________________________________________________ Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier mit papiergedecktem Ringsiegel verso. BESCHREIBUNG Es handelt sich um einen Schutzbrief der Brüder Ernst, Kurfürst von Sachsen (1441-1486) und Albrecht der Beherzte, Herzog von Sachsen (1443-1500). Die beiden Brüder Ernst und Albrecht waren im Zuge einer Familienfehde (Ursache war der Sächsische Bruderkrieg) 1455 durch den Ritter Kunz von Kaufungen aus dem Schloss Altenburg entführt worden (Altenburger oder auch Sächsischer Prinzenraub). Später waren die Brüder verantwortlich für die sogenannte „Leipziger Teilung", welche als die folgenschwerste Fehlentscheidung in der sächsischen Geschichte gilt, da bei dieser eine Aufteilung bedeutender sächsischer Gebiete und Ländereien vorgenommen wurde. Auf Grundlage der Leipziger Teilung entstanden schließlich mit den Ernestinern und Albertinern zwei Linien des Hauses Wettin. DATIERUNG Burg Schellenberg (= Augustusburg), 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Weidenhain, DE]
2019-01-31 16:46:00
Eutropius
Rome [Georgius Lauer] 20 May 1471. Folio (284x190 mm). Collation: [18, 2-1010, 116]. [104] leaves. Text in one column, 32 lines. Type: 2:111R. Blank spaces for initials, with no guide letters. Contemporary blind-tooled calf, over bevelled wooden boards. Each cover with five small brass bosses, remains of two clasps, author's name inked on top and fore-edge. Spine with five raised bands with author's name and 'Ed. Princ. Rome 1471' in gilt. Rebacked in morocco, covers worn and rubbed, flyleaves renewed. A beautiful, wide-margined copy, the lower margin of some leaves uncut. Two single, and tiny wormholes towards the end. First leaf slightly soiled, some marginal foxing and staining. Numerous marginalia in a contemporary hand, mostly referring to historical events and figures narrated in the book. A blank leaf bound at the end, on whose verso are listed the names of thirty-one Roman emperors.Provenance: 'Buoncompagni de Gazzaria e amicorum' (contemporary ownership inscription on fol. [1]/8v). Editio princeps of this historical work, the most popular Roman history of the Middle Ages. The 1471 publication is the only separate edition of the Breviarium printed in the fifteenth century, the text later being included – in 1475, 1489, and 1490 – in the great collection Scriptores historiae Augustae. Eutropius, magister memoriae of Emperor Valens, composed his Breviarium historiae Romanae around 369. Over the course of ten books, the work chronicles the history of Rome from its legendary foundation in 753 BC up to the death of Emperor Jovian in 364 AD. Eutropius' outline … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 05:03:01
Leonicenus Omnibonus
[Venice, Adam de Ambergau, ca. 1471]. 4° (193x132 mm). Collation: [16, 28]. [14] leaves. Text in one column, 24 lines. Type: 112R, 112Gk. On the first leaf the initial 'P' drawn in ink, by a contemporary hand. Modern green morocco over pasteboards. Spine with five small raised bands, underlined by gilt fillets. A very fine copy, the first leaf slightly browned, some foxing. Contemporary marginalia in red ink. On the verso of the last leaf a note written in brown ink by a contemporary hand: 'pedi accedunt [?] sex eleuatio de p[re]sio n[ostr]us silabar[um] te[m]p[us] resolutionis fig[ura?]'.The extremely rare first edition of one of the earliest books printed in Venice to contain Greek types. This short handbook on Latin metrics by the humanist and pupil of Vittorino da Feltre Omnibonus Lonicenus (Ognibene Bonisoli, or Ognibene da Lonigo, near Vicenza) enjoyed large and enduring popularity in the fifteenth century, and is often included as an appendix to his grammar De octo partibus orationis, first issued in 1473. The first edition of the De arte metrica presented here was published by the skilled printer Adam from Ambergau (Bavaria), whose Venetian activity can be dated to the years 1471-1472. The 'doctus Adam' – as he identified himself in the colophon of some editions – set the Greek words occurring in Leonicenus' work in the same types he had used in 1471 for the first edition of the Έρωτήματα, the famous elementary Greek grammar composed by Manuel Chrysoloras (ca. 1350-1415). Only three copies of the De arte metrica of 1471 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-01-29 20:50:54
Jacobus de Voragine:
Augsburg, Günther Zainer, 25. Oktober 1471. Type 2. Zweispaltiges 50-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einem fein altkolorierten Holzschnitt des Heiligen Gregorius (72 x 77 mm) auf festem Büttenpapier. Blatt mit einer vierzeiligen blauroten Lombarde, handschriftlicher Blattzahl der Zeit am oberen Rand "Ccxxvi", blauen Rubriken und rotgestrichenen Versalbuchstaben. Blatt etwas fingerfleckig, rückseitig mit Resten von zwei Papiermontagestreifen. Blattgröße: 25,4 x 34,6 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Seltenes Blatt aus der ersten illustrierten Ausgabe der "Heiligenlegende" des Jacobus de Voragine mit einem sehr fein und zart kolorierten Holzschnitt. Zainer hatte bei diesem Werk zuerst den Text gedruckt und in einem zweiten Druckvorgang den Holzschnitt. In einem dritten Arbeitsschritt wurde dann der Holzschnitt koloriert. (vgl. Schramm Bd. 2, S. 1). Günther Zainer aus Reutlingen war der erste Drucker in Augsburg. Seinen ersten Druck vollendete er im Jahre 1468. Geldner geht davon aus, dass Günther Zainer das Buchdruckerhandwerk in der Mentelinschen Buchdruckerei in Straßburg erlernt hatte. (Geldner I, 133) - - - Seltenes Blatt aus der Heiligenlegende in deutscher Sprache. "Volkstümliche" Werke wurden von den Gläubigen häufig gelesen. Die ab etwa 1480 abnehmende Papierqualität trug zusätzlich dazu bei, dass die populären Werke einem hohen Verschleiß unterlagen und deshalb heute selten erhalten sind. - - - Der italienische Prediger und Schriftsteller Jacobus de Voragine (Viraggio) aus dem heutigen Varazze bei Genua lebte von 1230-1298 n. Chr.. Der Dominikaner Jacobu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-01-29 20:50:54
Jacobus de Voragine:
Augsburg, Günther Zainer, 25. Oktober 1471. Type 2. Zweispaltiges 50-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einem feinaltkolorierten Holzschnitt des Heiligen Silvester (72 x 78 mm) auf festem Büttenpapier. Blatt mit einer vierzeiligen blauen Lombarde, handschriftlicher Blattzahl der Zeit am oberen Rand "Cxlv" und rotgestrichenen Versalbuchstaben. Blatt etwas fingerfleckig. Wasserzeichen. Blattgröße: 25,4 x 34,6 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Seltenes Blatt aus der ersten illustrierten Ausgabe der "Heiligenlegende" des Jacobus de Voragine mit einem sehr fein und zart kolorierten Holzschnitt. Zainer hatte bei diesem Werk zuerst den Text gedruckt und in einem zweiten Druckvorgang den Holzschnitt. In einem dritten Arbeitsschritt wurde dann der Holzschnitt koloriert. (vgl. Schramm Bd. 2, S. 1). Günther Zainer aus Reutlingen war der erste Drucker in Augsburg. Seinen ersten Druck vollendete er im Jahre 1468. Geldner geht davon aus, dass Günther Zainer das Buchdruckerhandwerk in der Mentelinschen Buchdruckerei in Straßburg erlernt hatte. (Geldner I, 133) - - - Seltenes Blatt aus der Heiligenlegende in deutscher Sprache. "Volkstümliche" Werke wurden von den Gläubigen häufig gelesen. Die ab etwa 1480 abnehmende Papierqualität trug zusätzlich dazu bei, dass die populären Werke einem hohen Verschleiß unterlagen und deshalb heute selten erhalten sind. - - - Der italienische Prediger und Schriftsteller Jacobus de Voragine (Viraggio) aus dem heutigen Varazze bei Genua lebte von 1230-1298 n. Chr.. Der Dominikaner Jacobus de Voragine fügte aus der Bibel, den Apokryphen, verschieden … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-01-28 03:06:12
CRESCENZI (or CRESCENTIIS), Pietro de
1471. 210 unnumbered leaves (of 212, lacking two of three final blanks). Gothic type, 35 lines. Fine eight-line penwork initial in blue and red on first leaf, each book opened by a penwork initial in green and red, with extensions, numerous initials painted in red in text, many with extensions in preliminary leaves, rubricated throughout; frequently annotated in three different hands, the earliest annotating German names of plants and fruits quoted in the work; upper blank margin of first leaf partially restored, not affecting text but slightly encroaching on wisps of the red extension to initial, occasional finger-soiling and light foxing, a couple of minor marginal repairs or restorations. Folio (293 x 212 mm.), 19th-cent. red morocco (signed "Bindi" of Milan), panelled in blind with the arms of Marchese Girolamo d'Adda Salvaterra, in center of each cover, spine gilt, a.e.g. [Augsburg]: J. Schüssler, ca. 16 February 1471.First edition of the most important agricultural treatise of the Middle Ages; it is the first printed work devoted to agriculture. Crescenzi "took pains to prepare an encyclopaedic treatise on the subject, utilizing all the available sources of information, written and unwritten, and he accomplished his purpose so well that his treatise was one of the most important and popular books of the fourteenth century and even of the Middle Ages, and remained a standard book in its field for two and a half centuries."-Sarton, Vol. III, Part I, p. 813.Crescenzi (1233-1321), a native of Bologna, after studying medicine and the natural sciences, became a l … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-01-27 20:10:52
Bartolus de Saxoferrato
Venedig, Wendelin von Speyer, 1471. Type 1. Zweispaltiges, 50-zeiliges breitrandiges O-Inkunabelblatt auf festem Papier, im Rand mit kleineren Läsuren, Blatt mit Marginalien (Signatur und Kapitel) und roten und blauen Rubriken. Blattgröße: 30 x 44 cm. - - - Rar! Nur 13 Exemplare weltweit in öffentlichen Institutionen vorhanden! [4 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2019-01-26 19:38:57
CRESCENZI (or CRESCENTIIS), Pietro de
1471. 210 unnumbered leaves (of 212, lacking two of three final blanks). Gothic type, 35 lines. Fine eight-line penwork initial in blue and red on first leaf, each book opened by a penwork initial in green and red, with extensions, numerous initials painted in red in text, many with extensions in preliminary leaves, rubricated throughout; frequently annotated in three different hands, the earliest annotating German names of plants and fruits quoted in the work; upper blank margin of first leaf partially restored, not affecting text but slightly encroaching on wisps of the red extension to initial, occasional finger-soiling and light foxing, a couple of minor marginal repairs or restorations. Folio (293 x 212 mm.), 19th-cent. red morocco (signed "Bindi" of Milan), panelled in blind with the arms of Marchese Girolamo d'Adda Salvaterra, in center of each cover, spine gilt, a.e.g. [Augsburg]: J. Schüssler, ca. 16 February 1471. First edition of the most important agricultural treatise of the Middle Ages; it is the first printed work devoted to agriculture. Crescenzi "took pains to prepare an encyclopaedic treatise on the subject, utilizing all the available sources of information, written and unwritten, and he accomplished his purpose so well that his treatise was one of the most important and popular books of the fourteenth century and even of the Middle Ages, and remained a standard book in its field for two and a half centuries."-Sarton, Vol. III, Part I, p. 813. Crescenzi (1233-1321), a native of Bologna, after studying medicine and the natural sciences, became a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-01-12 14:06:31
Clement V
(Mainz: Peter Schoeffer, 1471). Single leaf. Pope Clement V, most notable for his suppression of the Knights Templar and moving the seat of the Papacy from Rome to Avignon, wrote this text as a supplement to the 1140 Decretum of Gratian. These, along with a series of other additions by various popes, established canonical law for the Church and its followers, encompassing the legalities of marriage, heresy, ordinations, sacraments, and ecclesiastical property. The present leaf and its surrounding commentary deal with this last subject. It discusses monetary gifts to and from various establishments, including hospitals and inns. The leaf is printed on vellum in black ink, with manuscript marking in red and blue, plus five initials. Generally soiled at margins and single tear to inner edge, else an appealing leaf from a significant incunabulum. (BSB-Ink G-254, GW 7080).
Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers [USA]
2019-01-11 17:30:22
Clement V.
(Mainz: Peter Schoeffer, 1471. Single leaf. Pope Clement V, most notable for his suppression of the Knights Templar and moving the seat of the Papacy from Rome to Avignon, wrote this text as a supplement to the 1140 Decretum of Gratian. These, along with a series of other additions by various popes, established canonical law for the Church and its followers, encompassing the legalities of marriage, heresy, ordinations, sacraments, and ecclesiastical property. The present leaf and its surrounding commentary deal with this last subject. It discusses monetary gifts to and from various establishments, including hospitals and inns. The leaf is printed on vellum in black ink, with manuscript marking in red and blue, plus five initials. Generally soiled at margins and single tear to inner edge, else an appealing leaf from a significant incunabulum. (BSB-Ink G-254, GW 7080).
Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers, Inc., ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-11 03:47:09
Bartolus de Saxoferrato:
Venedig Wendelin von Speyer Type 1, 1471. Zweispaltiges, 50-zeiliges breitrandiges O-Inkunabelblatt auf festem Papier, im Rand mit kleineren Läsuren, Blatt mit Marginalien (Signatur und Kapitel) und roten und blauen Rubriken. Blattgröße: 30 x 44 cm. - - - Rar! Nur 13 Exemplare weltweit in öffentlichen Institutionen vorhanden!
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2018-12-17 23:41:19
Jacobus de Voragine
Augsburg, Günther Zainer, 25. Oktober 1471. Type 2. Zweispaltiges 50-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einem feinaltkolorierten Holzschnitt des Heiligen Silvester (72 x 78 mm) auf festem Büttenpapier. Blatt mit einer vierzeiligen blauen Lombarde, handschriftlicher Blattzahl der Zeit am oberen Rand "Cxlv" und rotgestrichenen Versalbuchstaben. Blatt etwas fingerfleckig. Wasserzeichen. Blattgröße: 25,4 x 34,6 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Seltenes Blatt aus der ersten illustrierten Ausgabe der "Heiligenlegende" des Jacobus de Voragine mit einem sehr fein und zart kolorierten Holzschnitt. Zainer hatte bei diesem Werk zuerst den Text gedruckt und in einem zweiten Druckvorgang den Holzschnitt. In einem dritten Arbeitsschritt wurde dann der Holzschnitt koloriert. (vgl. Schramm Bd. 2, S. 1). Günther Zainer aus Reutlingen war der erste Drucker in Augsburg. Seinen ersten Druck vollendete er im Jahre 1468. Geldner geht davon aus, dass Günther Zainer das Buchdruckerhandwerk in der Mentelinschen Buchdruckerei in Straßburg erlernt hatte. (Geldner I, 133) - - - Seltenes Blatt aus der Heiligenlegende in deutscher Sprache. "Volkstümliche" Werke wurden von den Gläubigen häufig gelesen. Die ab etwa 1480 abnehmende Papierqualität trug zusätzlich dazu bei, dass die populären Werke einem hohen Verschleiß unterlagen und deshalb heute selten erhalten sind. - - - Der italienische Prediger und Schriftsteller Jacobus de Voragine (Viraggio) aus dem heutigen Varazze bei Genua lebte von 1230-1298 n. Chr.. Der Dominikaner Jacobus de Voragine fügte aus der Bibel, den Apokryphen, verschieden … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2018-11-03 06:11:38
VALLA, Laurentius.
(In fine, colophon:) Laurentii Vallensis de Linguae Latinae Elegantia. Et de Ego Mei Tui et Sui ad Ioannem Tortellium Aretinum per me Nicolaum Ienson Venetiis opus feliciter impressum est. MCCCC:LXXI. (Venezia, Nicolaus Jenson, 1471). in-fol. (330x204 mm), 202 ff. (presenti due ff. bianchi in fine prima dell'Index), 39 righe per pagina, bel caratt romano. Legatura 800sca in p.marocch. nocciola chiaro, bordura sui piatti, fregi e titolo oro sul dorso a nervi, tagli dor., dent. int. (firmata J.Clarke). Esemplare con decorazione miniata di artista del nord Italia del "400: bordura a intreccio su tre lati del verso del primo f. realizzata in argento e con vivaci colori; 11 capilettera decorati a bianchi girari in oro e colori su sei righe di altezza, gran numero di iniziali in blu e rosso. Magnifico incunabolo veneziano, prodotto dalla seconda stamperia attiva a Venezia nei primi anni. Esemplare accuratamente rinfrescato e lavato da Clarke. Seconda edizione (prima: Venezia, Lignanime, pure Luglio 1471). Il presente testo di Valla sull'analisi critica della lingua latina divenne un modello degli studi di linguistica del Rinascimento, tanto da venir riedito ben 59 volte tra 1471 e 1536. Nonostante l'elevato numero di ristampe, gli esemplari sopravvissuti sono piuttosto rari. La presente edizione è presente in sole 11 biblioteche italiane. Esemplare su carta forte, complessivamente ottimo.. HCR 15802. BMC V, 171. IGI 10082. Goff V-51. Vaticana V-22. Govi, Classici, 8..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-10-25 19:20:23
Sammelband Inkunabeln,
Sammelband von 8 frühen Kölner Drucken (1471/72), 1. HENRICUS DE HASSIA. Expositiones super Orationem Dominicam, et Ave Maria. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), c. 1471], 24 leaves (of 28), [a8 b-c6 d8], a4-8 bound at end of volume, 27 lines, lacking a1-3 and final blank, [c]1 defective [HC 8390; BMC i 212; BSB-Ink H-68; GW 12241; VK 551 & 550], ISTC ih00027700 2. THOMAS AQUINAS. De divinis moribus. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1472], 15 leaves (of 16, without final blank), [a-b8], 27 lines [Goff T285; C 543; BMC i 213; Bod-inc T-183; VK 1171], ISTC it00285000 3. THOMAS AQUINAS. De beatitudine aeternitatis. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1 December 1472], 36 leaves, [a-c8 d-e6], 27 lines [Goff T284; HC 1363; BMC i 213; VK 1161], ISTC it00284000 4. GERSON, Jean. De cognitione castitatis et de pollutionibus diurnis. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), about 1472], 16 leaves, [a-b8], 26 lines [Goff G197; C 2688; Bod-inc G-097; GW 10731; VK 489], ISTC ig00197000 5. GERSON, Jean. De simonia; De probatione spirituum; De eruditione confessorum; De remediis contra recidivum peccandi. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1472], 29 leaves (of 30, without final blank), [a-c8 d6], 27 lines, contemporary manuscript notes at end, [c]8 becoming detached [Goff G268; HC 7708; BMC i 212; BSB-Ink G-169; VK 498], ISTC ig00268000 6. CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De senectute. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1472], 22 leaves, [a-b8 c6], 27 lines [HC 5305; Bod-inc C-334; GW 6981; VK 326], ISTC ic00622600 7. SENECA, Lucius Annaeus. De remediis fortuitorum. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), about 1472], 8 leaves, [a8], 27 lines [Goff S427; HC 14655; BMC i 213; BSB-Ink S-253; Bod-inc S-141; VK 1070], ISTC is00427000 8. ALEXANDER MAGNUS. Historia Alexandri Magni (adapted by Leo A
1471 - 1472. 12,5x17,1 Early printing in Cologne, which was mostly anonymously produced, began with the prolific Ulrich Zell, from 1466, Arnold Ther Hoernen (now also associated with the Printer of Dictys), from 1470, and then Johann Schilling (considered by Vouillème and Corsten to be the Printer of Dares, and now connected to other anonymous presses), from perhaps 1471. As with many of Zell's early books, the majority of Schilling's books were small and short quartos of the sort of Thomist and Albertist texts in use at the University of Cologne, which was strongly anti-humanist; Thomas Aquinas, Henricus de Hassia and Jean Gerson. However, as can be seen in this volume, classical authors such as Cicero and Seneca also appeared from Schilling's workshop. The typefaces used by these anonymous Cologne printers were based on the bookhands current in Cologne at the time (as opposed to Zell's more humanistic typefaces). The Ther Hoernen imprint is the first edition of the Alexander romance, in the Latin version made in the tenth century by Leo the Archpriest of Naples. This compilation of texts was presumably assembled at the time, despite the later binding. - Sieben Schillingdrucke in einem Band von äußerster Seltenheit. Versand D: 5,00 EUR VR 48806
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Baldreit [Germany]
2018-07-29 17:49:04
Dürer Albrecht (1471 - 1528)
Artist: Dürer Albrecht ( - 1528); date: ca 1800, 1471. - technic: Copper print; - colorit: - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 32 x 22; - description: Albrecht Dürer, Hercules at the crossraod. Later copy of the copperprint from Albrecht Dürer, with copperplate margin on deckle edged paper, ca 1800.
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-04-06 17:52:02
Paulus Orosius
Augsburg, Johann Schüssler, 7. Juni 1471. Type 1. Neuer Halbpergamenteinband mit Kibitzpapier bezogenen Deckeln aus einer Restaurierungswerkstatt. Handschriftlicher Titel auf Rücken. Im Schnitt etwas gebräunt. Original Inkunabelfragment mit 66 (von 130) 35-zeiligen Blättern. Kollation: Leeres Blatt; registrum 5 (von 6 Bl.); prologus 1 Bl.; liber I.1 - liber V.10 59 (von 121 Bl.). Die fehlenden Texte am Ende der Historia werden durch leere Büttenpapierblätter angedeutet. Blätter mit Resten von ledernen Blattweisern und zahlreichen roten Lombarden z. Teil mit Randausläufern. Einige Marginalien der Zeit. Seiten mit Blattbezeichnung von alter Hand, breitrandiges Exemplar. Das Papier weist drei verschiedene Wasserzeichen auf: 1. Ochsenkopf mit Augen - Darüber zweikonturige Stange - Darüber Krone - Darüber Kreuz (Augsburg 1471), 2. Ochsenkopf mit Augen darüber zweikonturige Stange darüber Blume weiteres Beizeichen an Stange (Brescia 1470) und 3. Turm mit Zinnen ohne Fenster ohne Beizeichen (o.O. 1471) Einzelblattgröße: 21,5 x 31 cm. Paulus Orosius (um 385 - um 418) war ein in Bracara Augusta (Braga / Portugal) geborener spätantiker Historiker und christlicher Theologe. Seine im Jahr 418 veröffentlichte "Historiae adversum paganos libri VII" ist der erste Versuch, die Universalgeschichte einer christlichen Grundidee zu verfassen und ist sein berühmtestes Werk. Für die Abfassung seines historiographischen Werkes besuchte Osorius 413/4 n. Chr. Augustinus in Karthago und im darauffolgenden Jahr 415 Hieronymus in Bethlehem. Der Nordafrikaner Augustinus begann zum gleichen Zeitpunkt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2018-03-08 08:17:11
Dionysius de Burgo Sancti Sepulcri
Straßburg, Adolf Rusch, um 1471. 371 Bll. (statt 372: ohne das l. w. Bl.; das erste w. Bl. am Vorsatz gegengeklebt). 36-38 Zeilen. Antiqua, Type 1:103R. Blindgepr. Halbschweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln auf drei Doppelbünden mit späteren goldgepr. Rückenschildchen. Reste einer Schließe (mit hübsch ziseliertem Messingbuckel am Hinterdeckel). Folio (225:306 mm). Einzige Ausgabe; Variante mit dem fehlerhaften Incipit ("heremitarnm"). Hauptwerk des aus dem toskanischen Borgo San Sepolcro stammenden Augustiner-Eremiten Dionysius de Robertis (um 1280-1342), seit 1340 Bischof von Monopoli in Unteritalien. Der Frühhumanist war Mitglied des Freundschaftsbundes der jüngeren Dichter Boccaccio und Petrarca (letzterem schenkte er sogar eine Handschrift von Augustinus' "Confessiones"). "Als erster Gelehrter interpretierte er seit 1338 an der Universität Neapel klassische Autoren. Von seinen diesbezüglichen Werken ist der von Zeitgenossen und Nachwelt sehr geschätzte Kommentar zu den 'Facta et dicta memorabilia' des Valerius Maximus erhalten geblieben (rund 30 Mss., gedruckt Straßburg um 1470)" (A. Zumkeller, in: LMA III, 1088). 1489 erschien in Augsburg eine verkürzte deutsche Übersetzung des Kommentars. Valerianus Maximus' Sammlung historischer Anekdoten (vor allem aus der römischen Geschichte) diente der rhetorischen Schulung und blieb im ganzen Mittelalter populär. Unser Druck ist ein prachtvolles Beispiel für die erste in Deutschland verwendete Antiqua-Type, die Rusch 1467 eingeführt hatte (vgl. LGB² VI, 424). Der Drucker wird auch als "the R-Printer" bzw. der "Drucker mit d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-02-02 15:23:18
Sammelband Inkunabeln,
Sammelband von 8 frühen Kölner Drucken 1. HENRICUS DE HASSIA. Expositiones super Orationem Dominicam, et Ave Maria. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), c. 1471], 24 leaves (of 28), [a8 b-c6 d8], a4-8 bound at end of volume, 27 lines, lacking a1-3 and final blank, [c]1 defective [HC 8390; BMC i 212; BSB-Ink H-68; GW 12241; VK 551 & 550], ISTC ih00027700 2. THOMAS AQUINAS. De divinis moribus. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1472], 15 leaves (of 16, without final blank), [a-b8], 27 lines [Goff T285; C 543; BMC i 213; Bod-inc T-183; VK 1171], ISTC it00285000 3. THOMAS AQUINAS. De beatitudine aeternitatis. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1 December 1472], 36 leaves, [a-c8 d-e6], 27 lines [Goff T284; HC 1363; BMC i 213; VK 1161], ISTC it00284000 4. GERSON, Jean. De cognitione castitatis et de pollutionibus diurnis. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), about 1472], 16 leaves, [a-b8], 26 lines [Goff G197; C 2688; Bod-inc G-097; GW 10731; VK 489], ISTC ig00197000 5. GERSON, Jean. De simonia; De probatione spirituum; De eruditione confessorum; De remediis contra recidivum peccandi. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1472], 29 leaves (of 30, without final blank), [a-c8 d6], 27 lines, contemporary manuscript notes at end, [c]8 becoming detached [Goff G268; HC 7708; BMC i 212; BSB-Ink G-169; VK 498], ISTC ig00268000 6. CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De senectute. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), not after 1472], 22 leaves, [a-b8 c6], 27 lines [HC 5305; Bod-inc C-334; GW 6981; VK 326], ISTC ic00622600 7. SENECA, Lucius Annaeus. De remediis fortuitorum. [Cologne: Printer of Dares (Johann Solidi (Schilling)), about 1472], 8 leaves, [a8], 27 lines [Goff S427; HC 14655; BMC i 213; BSB-Ink S-253; Bod-inc S-141; VK 1070], ISTC is00427000 8. ALEXANDER MAGNUS. Historia Alexandri Magni (adapted by Leo Archipresbyt
1471 - 1472. Early printing in Cologne, which was mostly anonymously produced, began with the prolific Ulrich Zell, from 1466, Arnold Ther Hoernen (now also associated with the Printer of Dictys), from 1470, and then Johann Schilling (considered by Vouillème and Corsten to be the Printer of Dares, and now connected to other anonymous presses), from perhaps 1471. Schilling studied in Basel and Erfurt before settling in Cologne in the early 1470s. He was financially supported by the merchant Johann Helman (who later went into partnership with Heinrich Quentell), though Schilling had to leave Cologne by 1475 to escape his debts, and his typeface was then used by Nicolaus Gotz. Schilling subsequently moved to Vienne and produced books there in the late 1470s.From an English perspective, Schilling is important in his connection to William Caxton; he is known to have printed Bartholomaeus Anglicus, Walter Burley and Gesta Romanorum for William Caxton in 1472-1473 (see Paul Needham, \"William Caxton and his Cologne partners\", Ars impressoria, Munich, 1986, pp. 118-119, and Lotte Hellinga, William Caxton and early printing in England, London, 2010, p.32). It is quite plausible that Caxton was a business associate of his fellow merchant Helman, who also operated in the Low Countries.As with many of Zell\'s early books, the majority of Schilling\'s books were small and short quartos of the sort of Thomist and Albertist texts in use at the University of Cologne, which was strongly anti-humanist; Thomas Aquinas, Henricus de Hassia and Jean Gerson. However, as can be seen in this volu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-02 14:09:20
Sammelband Inkunabeln,
1471 - 1472. Early printing in Cologne, which was mostly anonymously produced, began with the prolific Ulrich Zell, from 1466, Arnold Ther Hoernen (now also associated with the Printer of Dictys), from 1470, and then Johann Schilling (considered by Vouillème and Corsten to be the Printer of Dares, and now connected to other anonymous presses), from perhaps 1471. As with many of Zell's early books, the majority of Schilling's books were small and short quartos of the sort of Thomist and Albertist texts in use at the University of Cologne, which was strongly anti-humanist; Thomas Aquinas, Henricus de Hassia and Jean Gerson. However, as can be seen in this volume, classical authors such as Cicero and Seneca also appeared from Schilling's workshop. The typefaces used by these anonymous Cologne printers were based on the bookhands current in Cologne at the time (as opposed to Zell's more humanistic typefaces). The Ther Hoernen imprint is the first edition of the Alexander romance, in the Latin version made in the tenth century by Leo the Archpriest of Naples. This compilation of texts was presumably assembled at the time, despite the later binding. - Sieben Schillingdrucke in einem Band von äußerster Seltenheit. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Baldreit [Baden-Baden, Germany]
2018-02-02 14:09:20
Sammelband Inkunabeln,
1471 - 1472. Early printing in Cologne, which was mostly anonymously produced, began with the prolific Ulrich Zell, from 1466, Arnold Ther Hoernen (now also associated with the Printer of Dictys), from 1470, and then Johann Schilling (considered by Vouillème and Corsten to be the Printer of Dares, and now connected to other anonymous presses), from perhaps 1471. As with many of Zell's early books, the majority of Schilling's books were small and short quartos of the sort of Thomist and Albertist texts in use at the University of Cologne, which was strongly anti-humanist; Thomas Aquinas, Henricus de Hassia and Jean Gerson. However, as can be seen in this volume, classical authors such as Cicero and Seneca also appeared from Schilling's workshop. The typefaces used by these anonymous Cologne printers were based on the bookhands current in Cologne at the time (as opposed to Zell's more humanistic typefaces). The Ther Hoernen imprint is the first edition of the Alexander romance, in the Latin version made in the tenth century by Leo the Archpriest of Naples. This compilation of texts was presumably assembled at the time, despite the later binding. - Sieben Schillingdrucke in einem Band von äußerster Seltenheit. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Baldreit [Baden-Baden, Germany]
2018-02-02 14:09:20
Sammelband Inkunabeln,
1471 - 1472. 1471 - Early printing in Cologne, which was mostly anonymously produced, began with the prolific Ulrich Zell, from 1466, Arnold Ther Hoernen (now also associated with the Printer of Dictys), from 1470, and then Johann Schilling (considered by Vouillème and Corsten to be the Printer of Dares, and now connected to other anonymous presses), from perhaps 1471. Schilling studied in Basel and Erfurt before settling in Cologne in the early 1470s. He was financially supported by the merchant Johann Helman (who later went into partnership with Heinrich Quentell), though Schilling had to leave Cologne by 1475 to escape his debts, and his typeface was then used by Nicolaus Gotz. Schilling subsequently moved to Vienne and produced books there in the late 1470s. From an English perspective, Schilling is important in his connection to William Caxton; he is known to have printed Bartholomaeus Anglicus, Walter Burley and Gesta Romanorum for William Caxton in 1472-1473 (see Paul Needham, "William Caxton and his Cologne partners", Ars impressoria, Munich, 1986, pp. 118-119, and Lotte Hellinga, William Caxton and early printing in England, London, 2010, p.32). It is quite plausible that Caxton was a business associate of his fellow merchant Helman, who also operated in the Low Countries. As with many of Zell's early books, the majority of Schilling's books were small and short quartos of the sort of Thomist and Albertist texts in use at the University of Cologne, which was strongly anti-humanist; Thomas Aquinas, Henricus de Hassia and Jean Gerson. However, as can be seen in this … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-02 12:37:50
Giovio, Benedetto
8, Titelbl. m. Vignette in Holzschnitt, 47 Bl. Vorw. u. Indizes, 234 S., 3 Bl., einige gest. Initialen u. Vignetten, Neuere Priv.-HLwd, Erste 4 Bl. etw. wasserrandig, Stempel a. Titelbl. u. erstem Bl., letzte ca. 100 Bl. m. Wurmfrassspur im Bundsteg (tlw. a. im Kopfsteg), äusserste 4 Bl. im Bund sauber geklebt, min. stockfl., allg. frisches Ex. EA. - Benedetto Giovio (Como, 1471 - Como, 3 agosto 1545) è stato un notaio e storico italiano. [...] L'opera principale composta da Benedetto Giovio è sicuramente la Historia patria, in due libri. Il primo libro è dedicato alla ricostruzione delle origini e della storia della città di Como fino all'anno 1532 il secondo, a completamento del precedente, presenta un elenco dei vescovi di Como e dei luoghi sacri della città e del contado, tratta del sito originario della città, dei suoi più antichi edifici e degli uomini più illustri di Como, dal poeta Cecilio Stazio a suo fratello Paolo. L'Historia fu stampata per la prima volta nel 1629 a Venezia, per le cure di Sigismondo Boldoni, dall'editore Antonio Pinello (Wikipedia).
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2018-01-13 16:30:26
Grabador: Dürer, Albrecht, Dibujante:Dürer, Albrecht
A partir de ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471-1528) Copia de la famosísima estampa de Dürer realizada en 1513, probablemente realizada en Alemania o en Holanda en el siglo XVII. Estampación ligeramente movida en la zona superior izquierda. Buen estado de conservación. Siglo: XVII.Buril. Papel verjurado. Grabador: Dürer, Albrecht. Dibujante: Dürer, Albrecht. 1513. Edición siglo XVII. Altura papelt: 245. Anchura papel: 188. Altura plancha:. Anchura plancha:
Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-01-13 16:27:24
Grabador: Dürer, Albrecht, Dibujante:Dürer, Albrecht
Alemania. A partir de ALBRECHT DÜRER (1471-1528) Copia de la famosísima estampa de Dürer realizada en 1513, probablemente realizada en Alemania o en Holanda en el siglo XVII. Estampación ligeramente movida en la zona superior izquierda. Buen estado de conservación. Siglo: XVII.Buril. Papel verjurado. Grabador: Dürer, Albrecht. Dibujante: Dürer, Albrecht. 1513. Edición siglo XVII. Altura papelt: 245. Anchura papel: 188. Altura plancha:. Anchura plancha:
Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-01-02 21:12:49
signierte Ausgabe - Bill Clinton - Clinton, Bill.
1471 [20] Seiten mit zahlreichen Tafel-Abbildungen nach Fotos. 8, gebundene Ausgabe, Hardcover/Pappeinband mit Schutzumschlag und Lesebändchen, bei der Unterschrift wurde ein winziger Teil der Vortitelseite unten rausgerissen, das Buch ansonsten ungelesen und wie neu, auf dem Titel mit der Signatur Bill Clintons, aus dem Englischen von Stefan Gebauer, unterstützt von Annemarie Pumpernig und Ulrike Zehetmayr [My life]. William Jefferson Bill Clinton (* 19. August 1946 in Hope, Arkansas als William Jefferson Blythe III.) ist ein US-amerikanischer Politiker der Demokratischen Partei und war von 1993 bis 2001 der 42. Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten.
Bookseller: Bührnheims Literatursalon GmbH
2017-12-27 08:40:10
MANUSCRIPT - WOMEN'S STUDIES].
A mid-18th-century manuscript transcription of the first (1471) edition, in the original Italian, of an anonymous work about the customs, habits and proper behaviour of young women and addressed directly to them. That edition, printed by Nicolas Jenson in Venice and dated "1461", but actually printed in 1471, was thought to be the first book printed in Italy until Claude Gros de Boze (1680-1753) showed in 1743 that the printed date in the colophon (MCCCCLXI) is incorrect and should have included a second X. The present manuscript copy was probably made in Paris when Jenson's edition was still thought to be the first book printed in Italy. The topics covered in the text, according to its own chapter headings (following Allen's translation), are: the appropriate and necessary goodness of the wise and most prudent maiden; the virtues that are proper for you; the order of life that you must preserve; the manner of beautiful dress; honest loves and holy desires; and lofty thoughts and devoted recommendations and contemplations, from the creation of the world to the final judgement. Even after De Boze proved the 1461 erroneous, the Decor puellarum remained one of the most sought after incunabula, both as one of Jenson's earliest productions and for its important text, whose author remains unidentified.With the first leaf foxed, but otherwise in fine condition and with large margins, with only an occasional very minor spot.Cf. P. Allen, The concept of women, p. 659; M. Lowry, "Humanism and anti-Semitism in Venice: the strange story of 'Decor puellarum'", in: Bibliofilia LXXXVII (1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-12-23 10:32:19
VALLA Laurentius
Jenson, Nicolaus. in-fol. (330x204 mm), 202 ff. (presenti due ff. bianchi in fine prima dell'Index), 39 righe per pagina, bel caratt romano. Legatura 800sca in p.marocch. nocciola chiaro, bordura sui piatti, fregi e titolo oro sul dorso a nervi, tagli dor., dent. int. (firmata J.Clarke). Esemplare con decorazione miniata di artista del nord Italia del "400: bordura a intreccio su tre lati del verso del primo f. realizzata in argento e con vivaci colori; 11 capilettera decorati a bianchi girari in oro e colori su sei righe di altezza, gran numero di iniziali in blu e rosso. Magnifico incunabolo veneziano, prodotto dalla seconda stamperia attiva a Venezia nei primi anni. Esemplare accuratamente rinfrescato e lavato da Clarke. Seconda edizione (prima: Venezia, Lignanime, pure Luglio 1471). Il presente testo di Valla sull'analisi critica della lingua latina divenne un modello degli studi di linguistica del Rinascimento, tanto da venir riedito ben 59 volte tra 1471 e 1536. Nonostante l'elevato numero di ristampe, gli esemplari sopravvissuti sono piuttosto rari. La presente edizione è presente in sole 11 biblioteche italiane. Esemplare su carta forte, complessivamente ottimo.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-12-16 05:01:00
Strauss, Walter L.
31 x 23 cm. Ca. 3000 pp. Orig. cloth bindings in slipcases. *Standard work on Dürers drawings. - Complete set incl. Supplement I. - Vol.I: 1471-1499. Vol.II: 1500-1509. Vol.III: 1510-1519. Vol.IV: 1520-1528. Vol.V: Human Proportions. Vol.VI: Architectural Studies & Index. - Well preserved in overall fine condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernd Braun
2017-10-31 05:16:28
Original attractively matted and hand coloured numismatic print, titled: 'Albertus Durerr Pictorts Germanicus' two medals showing Albrecht Durer (1471-1528), a German painter, printmaker, engraver and mathematician. The rear of one medal is also shown. Etching / stipple engraving on a verge type handlaid paper, with modern handcolouring. Description: This print originates from Frans Van Mieris' 'Histori der Nederlandsche Vorsten Uit de Huijzen van Beijere, Borgonje en Oostenrijk' (The Hague: Pieter de Hondt, 1732-35). The plates in this work are not typically coloured. In recent times the finely engraved coins have been meticulously hand coloured, been given a black background to make them stand out and have been beautifully matted in expensive matting. Ready to frame.Artists and Engravers: This image engraved by an unknown engraver after the design of Frans van Mieris. Frans van Mieris (1689-1763) was a Dutch painter, like his father, grandfather and uncle before him. He was also an avid numismatic collector, which is clearly reflected in this work. Condition: Very good, given age. Professionally matted. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Not examined out of matting. Storage location: DPO86-06 The overall size is ca. 12.8 x 12.4 inch. The image size is ca. 5.1 x 4.7 inch. The overall size is ca. 32.5 x 31.5 cm. The image size is ca. 13 x 12 cm.
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2017-10-16 13:10:19
EUTROPIUS Flavius
1471. in-folio (284 x 190mm), ff. 104, legatura di poco posteriore in cuoio su assicelle di legno, 5 piccole borchie su entrambi i piatti, due fermagli in bronzo su quello posteriore; nome dell'autore in capitali sul taglio superiore ed esterno. Impresso in grande carattere romano su 32 linee. In fine il colophon recita ''Eutropius historiographus Rome impressus/ Anno d[omi]ni. M. cccc. lxxi. die lune. xx. Mensis/ Mai Ponti. S. in [Christ]o pr[im]is ac d[omi]ni nostri domi[s]/ Pauli diuina p[re]uidentia Pape Secundi. Anno/ eius Septimo Explicit''. I primi 8 ff. comprendono la Tabula ed il Registro: gli indici sono due, uno sequenziale su 6 pagine ed uno alfabetico su 8 pagine. Si tratta di uno dei primissimi esempi di indice alfabetico nella storia della stampa. Il "Registrum Quinternorum" su 11 linee non riporta la parola iniziale dei quaderni, ma quella di ogni bifolio, quindi 52 incipit, mentre non sono menzionati i fogli corrispondenti. Editio Princeps del più fortunato compendio di storia romana, dalla fondazione della città fino alla morte di Gioviano; diviso in dieci libri, più che alla vicende interne dell'Urbe, si rivolge alla politica estera ed alle campagne di conquista. Eutropio visse nel IV secolo ed ebbe incarichi di estrema importanza a Costantinopoli, al servizio dell'imperatore Valente (364?378), di cui fu segretario e storico (magister memoriae) e su richiesta del quale scrisse questo testo. Nel 371/372 fu proconsole della provincia d'Asia e poi prefetto del pretorio dell'Illirico nel 380-381. Il semplice stile narrativo di Eutropio rese la storia romana a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-16 11:12:07
DÜRER, ALBERT (1471 - 1528)
1471. Bell' esemplare. Les Quatre Livres d' Albert DÜRER, Peinctre & Geometrien Tres excellent, De la Proportion des parties & pourtraicts des corps humains. Traduicts par Loys Meigret Lionnois, de langue Latine en Françoife. DÜRER, ALBERT (1471-1528). Paris, Chez Charles Perier à l' enseigne de Bellerophon, 1557. Prima edizione. In-folio, piena pelle ottocentesca. 1 f. bianco (iv), 124 ff. (= 248 pp.), 1 f. bianco, 4 tavole più volte ripiegate n.t.; numerose bellissime figure incise in legno a piena pagina. Esemplare con lievi tracce d' uso nel frontespizio, peraltro ben conservato. Edizione originale della traduzione francese di quest' opera basilare sulla simmetria del corpo umano. Brunet, II, 914. Cicognara, 320. Schlosser Magnino,p. 274.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari [Italy]
2017-10-16 11:12:04
Dürer Albrecht (1471 - 1528)
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