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2019-08-04 21:34:31
Guillelmus Peraldus (Wilhelm Peraldus)
Berthold Ruppel, 1474. ...gotischer Type. Absolut vollständiges Exemplar (mit dem letzten weissen Blatt) - auch die handschriftlichen Bogensignaturen sind meist erhalten. Breitrandiges und zumeist sehr frisches Exemplar im ersten Einband (dieser mit Mängeln). GW 12051 (dort: um 1474/75, vielmehr nicht nach 1476) / Hain 12385 / Goff P 89 / BSB Ink. G-528 / ISTC Nr. ip00089000 (dort: not after 1474) / BM STC 681. - Durchgehend mit rot eingemalten Initialen (Lombarden) und rot rubriziert sowie manchmal auch zusätzlich silbern rubriziert - zu Beginn auch mit roten Seitenüberschriften von der Hand des Rubrikators. Die moderne Leinenkassette leicht berieben und stockfleckig Einband beschabt und mit stärkeren Wurmspuren größere, oberflächliche Lederabschabungen und einige kleine Fehlstellen im Lederbezug Rückengelenke teils angeplatzt und hier auch mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen Deckel mit zahlr. kleinen Wurmlöchern Vorderdeckel mit winziger Fehlstelle in der oberen Ecke, an der Fußkante durch den Wurmfraß mit etwas Holz- und Bezugsverlust (ca. 14 cm in der Breite und bis ca. 1 cm in der Höhe) und am Gelenk im Bereich des unteren Kapitals ebenfalls mit etwas Holz- und Lederverlust (ca. 6 cm in der Höhe und 1,5 cm in der Breite) - Vorderdeckel dadurch in diesem Bereich auch etwas brüchig (morsch) von den Schließen sind nur noch die beiden Messingbeschläge des Vorderdeckels (unterer Beschlag etwas kleiner und mit etwas abweichender Ziselierung - wurde wohl alt ersetzt) sowie auf dem hinteren Deckel die Befestigungsnägel und ein kleiner Lederrest des unteren Schließenbands vorhanden L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Aix Libris [Germany]
2019-08-04 21:34:31
Guillelmus Peraldus (Wilhelm Peraldus)
Berthold Ruppel, Basel. Folio (30,4 x 21 cm). (um 1474/75). Wohl 1. Druck (Editio princeps) des ca. 1230/1240 verfassten Werkes - bei einer nahezu gleichzeitig von Michael Wenssler ebenfalls in Basel gedruckten Ausgabe dürfte es sich um einen Nachdruck des vorliegenden Druckes handeln., 352 nicht numerierte Blätter - letztes Blatt weiss. Lederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit Streicheisenlinien, Fleuronblindprägung, altem Papierrückenschild über Sackleinen und den Resten von 2 Metall-Leder-Schließen, moderne Leinen-Klappkassette. Sprache: Latein, Durchgehend mit rot eingemalten Initialen (Lombarden) und rot rubriziert sowie manchmal auch zusätzlich silbern rubriziert - zu Beginn auch mit roten Seitenüberschriften von der Hand des Rubrikators. Die moderne Leinenkassette leicht berieben und stockfleckig; Einband beschabt und mit stärkeren Wurmspuren; größere, oberflächliche Lederabschabungen und einige kleine Fehlstellen im Lederbezug; Rückengelenke teils angeplatzt und hier auch mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; Deckel mit zahlr. kleinen Wurmlöchern; Vorderdeckel mit winziger Fehlstelle in der oberen Ecke, an der Fußkante durch den Wurmfraß mit etwas Holz- und Bezugsverlust (ca. 14 cm in der Breite und bis ca. 1 cm in der Höhe) und am Gelenk im Bereich des unteren Kapitals ebenfalls mit etwas Holz- und Lederverlust (ca. 6 cm in der Höhe und 1,5 cm in der Breite) - Vorderdeckel dadurch in diesem Bereich auch etwas brüchig (morsch); von den Schließen sind nur noch die beiden Messingbeschläge des Vorderdeckels (unterer Beschlag etwas kleiner und mit etwas abweichender Ziselierun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
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2019-08-02 17:56:32
Guillelmus Peraldus (Wilhelm Peraldus)
Berthold Ruppel, Basel. Folio (30,4 x 21 cm). (um 1474/75). Wohl 1. Druck (Editio princeps) des ca. 1230/1240 verfassten Werkes - bei einer nahezu gleichzeitig von Michael Wenssler ebenfalls in Basel gedruckten Ausgabe dürfte es sich um einen Nachdruck des vorliegenden Druckes handeln., 352 nicht numerierte Blätter - letztes Blatt weiss. Lederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit Streicheisenlinien, Fleuronblindprägung, altem Papierrückenschild über Sackleinen und den Resten von 2 Metall-Leder-Schließen, Moderne Leinen-Klappkassette. Sprache: Latein, Durchgehend mit rot eingemalten Initialen (Lombarden) und rot rubriziert sowie manchmal auch zusätzlich silbern rubriziert - zu Beginn auch mit roten Seitenüberschriften von der Hand des Rubrikators. Die moderne Leinenkassette leicht berieben und stockfleckig; Einband beschabt und mit stärkeren Wurmspuren; größere, oberflächliche Lederabschabungen und einige kleine Fehlstellen im Lederbezug; Rückengelenke teils angeplatzt und hier auch mit kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; Deckel mit zahlr. kleinen Wurmlöchern; Vorderdeckel mit winziger Fehlstelle in der oberen Ecke, an der Fußkante durch den Wurmfraß mit etwas Holz- und Bezugsverlust (ca. 14 cm in der Breite und bis ca. 1 cm in der Höhe) und am Gelenk im Bereich des unteren Kapitals ebenfalls mit etwas Holz- und Lederverlust (ca. 6 cm in der Höhe und 1,5 cm in der Breite) - Vorderdeckel dadurch in diesem Bereich auch etwas brüchig (morsch); von den Schließen sind nur noch die beiden Messingbeschläge des Vorderdeckels (unterer Beschlag etwas kleiner und mit etwas abweichender Ziselierun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek [Aachen, Germany]
2019-07-21 13:34:13
CONRADUS DE HALBERSTADT [CONRADUS DE ALEMANIA (active 1342-1362
Strassburg: Johann Mentelin, not after 1474. Large folio (410 x 292 mm). Gothic types, 3 columns, 66 lines. Collation: the following gatherings all have stamped signatures a: [a-i^10 k l^8 m^10]; stamped signatures b: [2a-d^10 e^8+1 f^10 g-l^10]; stamped signatures c: [3a-h^10 i^12]; stamped signatures d: [4a-h^10 i^8 k^12]. 415 leaves (of 417, lacking preliminary and terminal blanks). 9-line initial "Q" in red and yellow on first page of text, 7- to 8-line initials in red for each letter of the alphabet, column headings in red in upper margin, rubricated throughout. Approximately 50 leaves with mostly marginal tiny worm holes occasionally touching letters, the last leaf with lower half renewed not affecting text, a few leaves at end with skillful marginal repairs, occasionally affecting signature. Item #403583 A LARGE COPY, SCARCE IN A CONTEMPORARY BINDING FIRST EDITION. Binding: Contemporary German dark brown calf over bevelled wooden boards, sides with two broad double-fillet outer panels bounding a floral roll, the central panels with intersecting double-filets forming diamonds and triangles, each decorated within with roseate, leaf, quatrefoil, stag, and star tools, the spine in five compartments with four double-corded raised bands, 18th-century tan lettering-piece on spine in the second compartment, brass clasps and catches, printer's waste endpapers. Straps and hardware renewed, probably when the label was added, some overall wear, old repairs to joints preserving original spine. "The origins of the Latin biblical concordance must be sought in the thirteenth century … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2019-07-01 18:44:52
By Gregory the Great, translated from the Latin into Italian by Zanobi da Strada
Northeastern Italy, Veneto (Venice?), dated 1474. MEDIEVAL ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT IN ITALIAN ON PAPER, Northeastern Italy, Veneto (Venice?), c. 1474. Dimensions 328-332 x 230 mm., 188 folios, missing at least three leaves, written in brown ink in an Italian cursiva libraria script, EIGHT ILLUMINATED INITIALS of seven lines, one-line paraphs in red or blue, simple two- to four-line in red or blue initials. BINDING: re-cased using original binding materials of brown half leather over bevelled wooden boards with three double bands, remains of four straps present. TEXT: Italian translation of Gregory the Great's Moralia in Job, one of the most important and widely copied texts of the Middle Ages. Though forty copies of this translation survive, this volume is unusual in its incorporation of Venetian dialectal forms. All other copies are in European institutions and have not been on the market for the last century. PROVENANCE: scribal colophon on f. 190v provides a date for this manuscript's completion and helps localize its production within Italy: "Scripto per mi zuane de zane zoielier condam p[er?] simon et chi li lezeranno priegi dio per lo scriptore. MCCCCLXXIIII" (Written by me, Zuane de Zane, jeweler, once for (?) Simon, and may whoever will read it pray to God for the writer. 1474). There is no Zuane de Zane on record elsewhere as a scribe; the name itself is Venetian, and evidence of the manuscript's watermark and decoration also suggest an origin in the region of Veneto and possibly Venice specifically. The manuscript was later acquired by a private European collection … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [US]
2019-05-27 13:34:46
CONRADUS DE HALBERSTADT [CONRADUS DE ALEMANIA (active 1342-1362
Strassburg: Johann Mentelin, not after 1474. Large folio (410 x 292 mm). Gothic types, 3 columns, 66 lines. Collation: the following gatherings all have stamped signatures a: [a-i^10 k l^8 m^10]; stamped signatures b: [2a-d^10 e^8+1 f^10 g-l^10]; stamped signatures c: [3a-h^10 i^12]; stamped signatures d: [4a-h^10 i^8 k^12]. 415 leaves (of 417, lacking preliminary and terminal blanks). 9-line initial "Q" in red and yellow on first page of text, 7- to 8-line initials in red for each letter of the alphabet, column headings in red in upper margin, rubricated throughout. Approximately 50 leaves with mostly marginal tiny worm holes occasionally touching letters, the last leaf with lower half renewed not affecting text, a few leaves at end with skillful marginal repairs, occasionally affecting signature. Item #403583 A LARGE COPY, SCARCE IN A CONTEMPORARY BINDING FIRST EDITION. Binding: Contemporary German dark brown calf over bevelled wooden boards, sides with two broad double-fillet outer panels bounding a floral roll, the central panels with intersecting double-filets forming diamonds and triangles, each decorated within with roseate, leaf, quatrefoil, stag, and star tools, the spine in five compartments with four double-corded raised bands, 18th-century tan lettering-piece on spine in the second compartment, brass clasps and catches, printer's waste endpapers. Straps and hardware renewed, probably when the label was added, some overall wear, old repairs to joints preserving original spine. "The origins of the Latin biblical concordance must be sought in the thirteenth century … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2019-04-27 21:56:41
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Jacobus Florentinus / Günther Zainer, 1474. Early, splendid incunable printed only 20 years after Gutenberg.Excellent, original condition. No damage, tears or flaws. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES ANNO 1474 AUGSBURG, GÜNTHER ZAINER IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES PRINTED BY GUNTHER ZAINER IN AUGSBURG IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) With dedication letter to Cardinal Branda Castiglione. Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Two parts in two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Günther Zainer, Augsburg, 1474. Günther Zainer, is considered the first Augsburg printer. He worked from 1468 until his death in 1478. In his workshop were printed about 80 editions. Günther Zainer came from Reutlingen. Printing he became acquainted probably with Johann Mentelin. 1468 appeared "Bonaventurae meditationes vite domini" the first proven print from the Zainer workshop. Zainers prints belong to the high related printings when it comes to the paper, the layout of text and the used type. Exceptionally high standard Zainer developed on the basis of medieval manuscripts Flower borders for the margins around the text that are considered precursors of the printed skirt. DESCRIPTION Second edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Saxony, DE]
2019-03-07 14:24:50
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Jacobus Florentinus / Günther Zainer, 1474. Early, splendid incunable printed only 20 years after Gutenberg.Excellent, original condition. No damage, tears or flaws. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES ANNO 1474 AUGSBURG, GÜNTHER ZAINER IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES PRINTED BY GUNTHER ZAINER IN AUGSBURG IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) With dedication letter to Cardinal Branda Castiglione. Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Two parts in two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Günther Zainer, Augsburg, 1474. Günther Zainer, is considered the first Augsburg printer. He worked from 1468 until his death in 1478. In his workshop were printed about 80 editions. Günther Zainer came from Reutlingen. Printing he became acquainted probably with Johann Mentelin. 1468 appeared "Bonaventurae meditationes vite domini" the first proven print from the Zainer workshop. Zainers prints belong to the high related printings when it comes to the paper, the layout of text and the used type. Exceptionally high standard Zainer developed on the basis of medieval manuscripts Flower borders for the margins around the text that are considered precursors of the printed skirt. DESCRIPTION Second edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Saxony, DE]
2019-02-21 12:55:21
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni
[Strassburg: Georg Husner, about 1474-75, not after 1479]. [Strassburg: Georg Husner,, about 1474-75, not after 1479]. Folio (290 x 203 mm). Mid-19th century blue half-morocco, by White of Pall Mall dated 1850, spine in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second, third and fourth compartments. 83 leaves, unpaginated. Husner type with red initials and occasional red rules, 2- to 6-line spaces for capitals, with guide letters in nearly all cases. One leaf with ink marginalia depicting a hand pointing to the manuscript words "Amoris preludia". Extremities scuffed, some spotting and browning, minor marginal damp-staining, one leaf torn with minor loss to margin. With the bookplate of Robert Crewe-Milnes, 1st Marquess of Crewe (1858-1945), possibly by inheritance from his father Richard Monckton Milnes, 1st Baron Houghton; from the family library removed from West Horsley Place, Surrey. Second edition of the first collection of 104 biographies devoted exclusively to women, following the first printed edition at Ulm by Johann Zainer in 1473. First composed between 1355 and 1359 it "represents Europe's first postclassical history of women" (Gaylard, p. 287). Boccaccio includes women from mythology, legend, and history, intentionally rescuing some nearly lost to obscurity, and choosing famous, not necessarily virtuous, women as his examplar. In the preface Boccaccio talks directly to his imagined female audience, "by emulating the deeds of ancient women, you spur your spirit to loftier things... call on the powers of your intellect, in which you excel, and do not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2019-02-07 12:02:58
Guido de Columna:
Augsburg Johann Bämler kurz nach dem 24 IV Type 1a 1b, 1474. Einspaltiges, 28-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt auf festem Papier mit einem 3-zeiligen Holzschnittbuchstaben. Blatt etwas fleckig. Blattgröße: 19,6 x 28,1 cm. Erste Druckausgabe in deutscher Sprache. - - - Rares Inkunabelblatt aus der deutschsprachigen Erstausgabe des Troja-Roman geschrieben vom sizilianischen Juristen und Dichter Guido delle Colonne (Columnis, Columna). Um 1271 beauftragte der Erzbischof von Salerno, Matteo della Porta Guido de Columnis die Geschichte vom Fall Troyas aufzuschreiben. Der Urtext wurde um 1287 vollendet und basiert auf der "Estoire de Troie" des Benoit de Saint-Maure. Die Berliner Staatsbibliothek besitzt lediglich das Blatt (91). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2019-02-04 15:01:31
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Jacobus Florentinus / Günther Zainer, 1474. Early, splendid incunable printed only 20 years after Gutenberg.Excellent, original condition. No damage, tears or flaws. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES ANNO 1474 AUGSBURG, GÜNTHER ZAINER IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES PRINTED BY GUNTHER ZAINER IN AUGSBURG IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) With dedication letter to Cardinal Branda Castiglione. Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Two parts in two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Günther Zainer, Augsburg, 1474. Günther Zainer, is considered the first Augsburg printer. He worked from 1468 until his death in 1478. In his workshop were printed about 80 editions. Günther Zainer came from Reutlingen. Printing he became acquainted probably with Johann Mentelin. 1468 appeared "Bonaventurae meditationes vite domini" the first proven print from the Zainer workshop. Zainers prints belong to the high related printings when it comes to the paper, the layout of text and the used type. Exceptionally high standard Zainer developed on the basis of medieval manuscripts Flower borders for the margins around the text that are considered precursors of the printed skirt. DESCRIPTION Second edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2019-01-30 05:04:38
OMNIBONUS, Leonicenus
per Albertum de Stendal impressus. De octo partibus orationis. De arte metrica. OMNIBONUS, Leonicenus. (Padova), 1474. (Colophon:) Omniboni Leoniceni vicentini De octo partibus orationis liber per Albertum de Stendhal impressus anno Dni 1474 die xiiii mensis mai. In - 8° (mm. 163), cartone secentesco. (132) ff. n.n. Car. romano, tipo 111 R, 20 linee, spazi vuoti per le iniziali. Esemplare ben conservato. Rarissimo incunabolo padovano; ristampa dell 'edizione di Venezia, 1473 con l' aggiunta del De arte metrica. BONISOLI, Ognibene (Ognibene da Lonigo, Omnibonus Leonicenus o Leonicensis Vicentinus, Pantagathus Vicentinus, Panágathos Leonikēnos). - Nato a Lonigo verso il 1412 da un Enrico, si recò giovanissimo a Mantova dove studiò fin circa al 1433 sotto la guida di Vittorino da Feltre. In seguito fu a Basilea, forse in occasione del concilio, e poi si stabilì a Vicenza. HR, 10025. B.M.C., VII, 912. Oates, 2551. BMC, VII, p. 912. I.G.I., 7003. Proctor, 6782. Goff, L - 175 (2 soli esemplari in U.S.A.).
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari [IT]
2019-01-29 16:25:15
Albertus Magnus (pseudo-)
Michael Wenssler not after, 1474. ff. 190 including the the final blank, 34 lines, Gothic type, chapter initials, paragraph marks and initial-strokes in red, minor spotting and damp-staining occasionally turning a whole leaf mildly brown, a few of the initials run or through-set, folio (in 10s), 19th century marbled boards, rebacked in modern calf, spine slightly faded, bookplate of the Law Society, good. Third edition of an anonymous thirteenth-century scholastic treatise on the Virgin Mary, attributed in the early editions and most manuscripts to Albertus Magnus. Editions printed by Ulrich Zel in Cologne and Johann Mentelin in Strassburg are both not after 1473. Probably a duplicate from the Munich Royal Library, with "Dpl" in pencil on verso of old flyleaf and "Nro. 1464" at head of first leaf. Above 'Dpl' is a pencil note by a 19th-century librarian giving the date as between 1476 and 1486, but the matter was settled by a rubricator's date of 1474 in the Buxheim copy - BMC (Ms note). The last 2 pages of quire [l] are shorter than the rest of the book, making it probable that it was set up on 2 presses. This text, known for short as Mariale (and so titled here on the spine), is the first systematic attempt at a theology of Mary, and includes chapters on metaphysics, on the quadrivium (music, astronomy, arithmetic, and geometry), hair colour, anatomical proportion, physics, medicine, and other aspects of the physical world. On the authorship, see A. Fries, Die unter dem Namen des Albertus Magnus überlieferten mariologischen Schriften (1954) pp.5-80, 130-131, and A. Kolpin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
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2019-01-22 22:31:35
LACTANTIUS, LUCIUS CAECILIUS FIRMIANUS
Rome: Ulrich Han and Simon Chardella, 12 February 1474. From one of the first printers in Rome comes this collection of works by a teacher of rhetoric with an elegant flow of words (whence perhaps his name, which translates as "Milky," derives) who converted late in life to Christianity and became one of the ablest defenders of the faith in its early centuries. Lactantius (ca. 260-340) was much admired in the Renaissance for his style, and he was one of the earliest authors to be printed, first appearing in a 1465 edition issued by Sweynheym and Pannartz. The text here includes "Divine Institutions," which draws on the arguments of Stoic philosophy to present Christianity to educated pagans as the most logical, rational faith; "De Ira Dei," on the anger of God, a refutation of Epicureanism; "De Opificio Dei," on the handiwork of God, concentrating on the marvels of the human body and soul; and several poems by or attributed to Lactantius. A native of Ingolstadt, Ulrich Han was invited to Rome by Cardinal G. Torquemada (ca. 1420-98), and his first dated work appeared there at the end of 1467. Hawkins thinks it probable he was already working in Rome before Sweynham and Pannartz arrived from Subiaco. His roman typeface has a simplicity and grace that reflect the humanist sensibilities of his time and place. Han was a busy printer, producing between 80 and 100 works before his death in late 1478 or early 1479.. 332 x 232 mm. (13 x 9 1/8"). [258] unnumbered leaves; first and last blanks lacking; blank b3 replaced with later paper. Single column, 37 lines, roman type.Edited by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-01-06 06:38:54
Rainerius de Pisis
Jacobus Florentinus / Günther Zainer. Early, splendid incunable printed only 20 years after Gutenberg.Excellent, original condition. No damage, tears or flaws. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES ANNO 1474 AUGSBURG, GÜNTHER ZAINER IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES PRINTED BY GUNTHER ZAINER IN AUGSBURG IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) With dedication letter to Cardinal Branda Castiglione. Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Two parts in two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Günther Zainer, Augsburg, 1474. Günther Zainer, is considered the first Augsburg printer. He worked from 1468 until his death in 1478. In his workshop were printed about 80 editions. Günther Zainer came from Reutlingen. Printing he became acquainted probably with Johann Mentelin. 1468 appeared "Bonaventurae meditationes vite domini" the first proven print from the Zainer workshop. Zainers prints belong to the high related printings when it comes to the paper, the layout of text and the used type. Exceptionally high standard Zainer developed on the basis of medieval manuscripts Flower borders for the margins around the text that are considered precursors of the printed skirt. DESCRIPTION Second edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-centu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-12-07 06:53:57
Rainerius de Pisis
Jacobus Florentinus / Günther Zainer. Early, splendid incunable printed only 20 years after Gutenberg.Excellent, original condition. No damage, tears or flaws. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES ANNO 1474 AUGSBURG, GÜNTHER ZAINER IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES PRINTED BY GUNTHER ZAINER IN AUGSBURG IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) With dedication letter to Cardinal Branda Castiglione. Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Two parts in two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Günther Zainer, Augsburg, 1474. Günther Zainer, is considered the first Augsburg printer. He worked from 1468 until his death in 1478. In his workshop were printed about 80 editions. Günther Zainer came from Reutlingen. Printing he became acquainted probably with Johann Mentelin. 1468 appeared "Bonaventurae meditationes vite domini" the first proven print from the Zainer workshop. Zainers prints belong to the high related printings when it comes to the paper, the layout of text and the used type. Exceptionally high standard Zainer developed on the basis of medieval manuscripts Flower borders for the margins around the text that are considered precursors of the printed skirt. DESCRIPTION Second edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-centu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-12-06 11:23:50
VALERIUS MAXIMUS
Roman letter, occasional use of Greek (e10verso quotations). Folio (285 x 205mm.) 164 leaves (last blank), 34 lines. Later Italian vellum, ms on spine, wide margins (gaping at spine, text occasionally somewhat stained and soiled). Venice: Johann de Colonia & Johannes Manthen,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2018-12-05 00:15:10
VALERIUS MAXIMUS
1474. Roman letter, occasional use of Greek (e10verso quotations). Folio (285 x 205mm.) 164 leaves (last blank), 34 lines. Later Italian vellum, ms on spine, wide margins (gaping at spine, text occasionally somewhat stained and soiled). Venice: Johann de Colonia & Johannes Manthen, Annotated copy with underlining various layers of annotations ranging from simple glosses in first few leaves written in a large, coarse hand to marginal highlighting of words or persons mentioned in the text, and (in a small hand) marginal references to Cicero (e.g. r5verso on Phalaris), Aulus Gellius, and Petrarch (s8verso). The book has evidently been carefully read by at least one intelligent reader. On the first free end paper are a number of jottings in various hands in Latin and Italian (one seemingly related to a hen): 'O fides alma: apta pinnis. [et] iusiurandum Iovis' (Ennius fr.184 quoted by Cicero De officiiis iii, 104); 'Proximus a libero patre intemperantiae gradus ad inconcessam venerem esse consuevit', a passage from Valerius Maximus about the avoidance by women of wine; 'Quicquid in excelso fastigio locatum est humili et trita consuetudine quo sit uenerabilius vacuum esse convenit' (Valerius Maximus ii.6.17); 'Analecta dicuntur reliquiae quae sunt sub mensa' ( allusion to Martial vii. 20.17) ; 'Cur nescire pudens praue quam discere malo' (Horace AP. 89 -'Why through false shame do I prefer to be ignorant rather than to learn?'). There is also a reference to Pliny's Natural History book 33 and a story about Aelius Tubero. Some leaves working loose, very light worming, consistent s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-11-18 00:04:53
Regiomontanus Johannes
Decorated manuscript on paper and vellum, in Latin. Northern Italy (probably Turin), last quarter of the fifteenth century (perhaps ca. 1474). 206x147 mm. iii + 56 + ii leaves. Complete. Seven quires. Collation: 1-36, 410 (first leaf a parchment insert, pasted to a singleton which forms the last leaf of the bifolium), 54 (last leaf a parchment singleton), 610, 714. Blanks: 1/1r, 6/4v, 6/5r, 7/6v, 7/10v-7/14v. Text block: 140x95 mm, one column, 35 lines. Ruled in light brown ink. Some catchwords present. Text written in a small but clearly legible hand showing the influence of humanist script. Rubrics in red, astronomical symbols in faded purple, two-line initials in simple blue, or red and blue, with contrasting penwork, blank spaces for capitals. Contemporary suede leather over pasteboards, circular marks scored into boards showing places of lost metal bosses. Rebacked. Covers worn and rubbed, a few wormholes, corners damaged. Manuscript in very good condition, slight fingermarks to the lower outer corner of a few leaves, some small stains.Text Fols. 1v-36r: Astronomiae kalendarium, cum tabulis astronomicis ab anno. 1475 ad 1513; fol. 36r: Canon de aspectibus planetarum, carmen (followed by five astronomical symbols); fols. 37v-43r: Cognitiones naturarum secundum nativitates. Secundum Quidonem Bonactum in tractatu planetarum; apparently unrecorded; fols. 43v-44r: Ascendentia civitatum et provintiarum [sic] atque regnorum que et feliciter et infortunate disponunt; fols. 44v-45v: Pronostica Hesdrae; fols. 46r-48r: Pronostica nativitatum secundum mathematicos; apparently unre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-11-07 07:11:42
Rainerius de Pisis
Jacobus Florentinus / Günther Zainer. Early, splendid incunable printed only 20 years after Gutenberg.Excellent, original condition. No damage, tears or flaws. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES ANNO 1474 AUGSBURG, GÜNTHER ZAINER IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES PRINTED BY GUNTHER ZAINER IN AUGSBURG IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) With dedication letter to Cardinal Branda Castiglione. Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Two parts in two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Günther Zainer, Augsburg, 1474. Günther Zainer, is considered the first Augsburg printer. He worked from 1468 until his death in 1478. In his workshop were printed about 80 editions. Günther Zainer came from Reutlingen. Printing he became acquainted probably with Johann Mentelin. 1468 appeared "Bonaventurae meditationes vite domini" the first proven print from the Zainer workshop. Zainers prints belong to the high related printings when it comes to the paper, the layout of text and the used type. Exceptionally high standard Zainer developed on the basis of medieval manuscripts Flower borders for the margins around the text that are considered precursors of the printed skirt. DESCRIPTION Second edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-centu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-11-05 07:23:28
ARIOSTO Ludovico.
(L'Orlando Furioso, avec une double suite de gravures, en élégant maroquin du temps) ARIOSTO Ludovico. (Reggio Emilia, 1474 - Ferrara, 1533) "ORLANDO FURIOSO". 1795, Parigi, P. Plessan. 4 volumes in-fol. (323x245 mm) (dimensions pages 313x237 mm) I: (1) f. (portrait de l'Arioste), LXXIX, (1), 360 pp.; II: 452 pp.; III: 448 pp.; IV: 452 pp. 92 planches h.t., y compris le portrait de l'Arioste au frontispice, gravé sur cuivre par Fiquet d'après Eisen. Elégante reliure de l'époque en maroquin vert. Encadrement de triple filet doré sur les plats. Dos à cinq nerfs avec fleurons, décorations et titres dorés. Filet doré sur les coupes et dentelle intérieure dorée. Tranches dorées. Gardes de papier décoré. "L'Orlando furioso è un poema cavalleresco in ottave, a schema ABABABCC, strutturato su 46 canti, per un totale di 38.736 versi nell'edizione definitiva del 1532. Vi sono infatti due edizioni precedenti, scritte con una lingua più popolare e rozza. In particolare, una prima redazione dell'Orlando furioso, in 40 canti, era stata redatta nel 1515 e venne pubblicata nel 1516. La seconda edizione uscì nel 1521, caratterizzata da una lieve revisione linguistica. L'opera ha una trama molto stratificata che si sviluppa sostanzialmente su tre narrazioni principali: quella militare, costituita dalla guerra tra paladini, difensori della religione cristiana, e i saraceni infedeli; quella amorosa, incentrata sula fuga di Angelica e sulla pazzia di Orlando, e infine quella encomiastica, con cui si lodava la grandezza dei duchi d'Este, dedicata invece alle vicende amoros … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie de Ce Pays-ci [Italy, Verona (Vr)]
2018-10-11 11:50:08
CONRADUS DE HALBERSTADT [CONRADUS DE ALEMANIA (active 1342-1362)]
Strassburg: Johann Mentelin, not after 1474. Large folio (410 x 292 mm). Gothic types, 3 columns, 66 lines. Collation: the following gatherings all have stamped signatures a: [a-i^10 k l^8 m^10]; stamped signatures b: [2a-d^10 e^8+1 f^10 g-l^10]; stamped signatures c: [3a-h^10 i^12]; stamped signatures d: [4a-h^10 i^8 k^12]. 415 leaves (of 417, lacking preliminary and terminal blanks). 9-line initial "Q" in red and yellow on first page of text, 7- to 8-line initials in red for each letter of the alphabet, column headings in red in upper margin, rubricated throughout. Approximately 50 leaves with mostly marginal tiny worm holes occasionally touching letters, the last leaf with lower half renewed not affecting text, a few leaves at end with skillful marginal repairs, occasionally affecting signature. Item #403583 A LARGE COPY, SCARCE IN A CONTEMPORARY BINDING FIRST EDITION. Binding: Contemporary German dark brown calf over bevelled wooden boards, sides with two broad double-fillet outer panels bounding a floral roll, the central panels with intersecting double-filets forming diamonds and triangles, each decorated within with roseate, leaf, quatrefoil, stag, and star tools, the spine in five compartments with four double-corded raised bands, 18th-century tan lettering-piece on spine in the second compartment, brass clasps and catches, printer's waste endpapers. Straps and hardware renewed, probably when the label was added, some overall wear, old repairs to joints preserving original spine. "The origins of the Latin biblical concordance must be sought in the thirteenth century … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2018-10-08 06:44:59
Rainerius de Pisis
Jacobus Florentinus / Günther Zainer. Early, splendid incunable printed only 20 years after Gutenberg.Excellent, original condition. No damage, tears or flaws. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES ANNO 1474 AUGSBURG, GÜNTHER ZAINER IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLES PRINTED BY GUNTHER ZAINER IN AUGSBURG IN TWO VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC MASTERBINDINGS AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) With dedication letter to Cardinal Branda Castiglione. Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Two parts in two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Günther Zainer, Augsburg, 1474. Günther Zainer, is considered the first Augsburg printer. He worked from 1468 until his death in 1478. In his workshop were printed about 80 editions. Günther Zainer came from Reutlingen. Printing he became acquainted probably with Johann Mentelin. 1468 appeared "Bonaventurae meditationes vite domini" the first proven print from the Zainer workshop. Zainers prints belong to the high related printings when it comes to the paper, the layout of text and the used type. Exceptionally high standard Zainer developed on the basis of medieval manuscripts Flower borders for the margins around the text that are considered precursors of the printed skirt. DESCRIPTION Second edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-centu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-09-28 19:20:28
DE PISIS, Rainerius
1474 HUGE Elephant FOLIO Incunabula Pantheologia Rainerius de Pisis Koberger Twenty exquisite leaves from ‘the longest book ever composed in the Middle Ages’. (Rhodes). Written by 14th-century Dominican friar Rainerius de Pisis, ‘Pantheologia’ is often considered the oldest theological encyclopedia. Printed in 1474, these massive leaves were likely published by either Anton Koberger in Nurnberg, (famed printer of the Nurnberg Chronicle) or Gunther Zainer of Augsburg. Though major indicators direct toward the 1474 edition in Nurnberg: • Each leaf measures approx. 47cm x 33cm – Zainer printings measure approx. 40cm x 28cm • According to Rhodes, the 1474 has 57 lines per column – Zainer printings features 59 or 60 lines per column • Section titles at the top of each leaf – not appearing in Zainer edition These 20 leaves were beautifully bound in decorative, embossed leather – huge elephant folios! Item number: #4436 Price: $1950 DE PISIS, Rainerius Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae [Nurnberg: Anton Koberger, 3 August, 1474]. Details: • Collation: fragment o 20 leaves • References: Rhodes, Notes on the Bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis; Goff R 7; BMC ii, 412; Proctor 1967; Hain 13017; GW M 36936; Sheppard 1151 • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~19.25in X 13.25in (49cm x 34cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 4436 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-09-28 06:40:51
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Jacobus Florentinus / Günther Zainer, 1474. Early, splendid incunable printed only 20 years after Gutenberg.Excellent, original condition. No damage, tears or flaws.
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-09-11 11:13:44
1474. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-01 07:33:06
Guido de Columna:
Augsburg Johann Bämler kurz nach dem 24 IV Type 1a, 1474. Einspaltiges, 28-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt auf festem Papier mit einem altkoloriertem Holzschnitt (11,4 x 8 cm). Blatt etwas fleckig. Im unteren Rand knapp beschnitten. Blattgröße: 18,2 x 22,6 cm. Erste Druckausgabe in deutscher Sprache. - - - Rares Inkunabelblatt aus der deutschsprachigen Erstausgabe des Troja-Roman geschrieben vom sizilianischen Juristen und Dichter Guido delle Colonne (Columnis, Columna). Der Holzschnitt wurde vom sogenannten "Bämler-Meister" für dieses Werk geschnitten und liegt somit auch in Erstausgabe vor (vgl. Schramm III, 61 -102; Maria Sanz: Bämler a Schott, 2009). Um 1271 beauftragte der Erzbischof von Salerno, Matteo della Porta Guido de Columnis die Geschichte vom Fall Troyas aufzuschreiben. Der Urtext wurde um 1287 vollendet und basiert auf der "Estoire de Troie" des Benoit de Saint-Maure. Bämlers Druckwerk enthält 65, etwa satzspiegelbreite Holzschnitte des sogenannten "Bämler-Meisters". 12 dieser Holzstöcke verwendete Bämler bereits 1473 für seine Alexander-Ausgabe, die Restlichen ließ Bämler für die Troja-Ausgabe herstellen. Da sich 10 Holzschnitte im Werk wiederholen umfasst diese Troja-Erstausgabe 43 neue Holzschnitte (vgl. Schramm III, Bämler). Die Berliner Staatsbibliothek besitzt lediglich das Blatt (91). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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2018-08-26 01:23:00
DE PISIS, Rainerius
1474 HUGE Elephant FOLIO Incunabula Pantheologia Rainerius de Pisis Koberger Twenty exquisite leaves from ‘the longest book ever composed in the Middle Ages’. (Rhodes). Written by 14th-century Dominican friar Rainerius de Pisis, ‘Pantheologia’ is often considered the oldest theological encyclopedia. Printed in 1474, these massive leaves were likely published by either Anton Koberger in Nurnberg, (famed printer of the Nurnberg Chronicle) or Gunther Zainer of Augsburg. Though major indicators direct toward the 1474 edition in Nurnberg: • Each leaf measures approx. 47cm x 33cm – Zainer printings measure approx. 40cm x 28cm • According to Rhodes, the 1474 has 57 lines per column – Zainer printings features 59 or 60 lines per column • Section titles at the top of each leaf – not appearing in Zainer edition These 20 leaves were beautifully bound in decorative, embossed leather – huge elephant folios! Item number: #4436 Price: $1950 DE PISIS, Rainerius Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae [Nurnberg: Anton Koberger, 3 August, 1474]. Details: • Collation: fragment o 20 leaves • References: Rhodes, Notes on the Bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis; Goff R 7; BMC ii, 412; Proctor 1967; Hain 13017; GW M 36936; Sheppard 1151 • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~19.25in X 13.25in (49cm x 34cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 4436 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-08-15 19:42:22
Platea, Franciscus de
1474. The First Treatise on Usury Platea, Franciscus de [d. 1460]. [Opus Restitutionum, Usurarum, Excommunicationum]. [Venice: Johann von Koln and Johann Manthen, 25 March 1474]. [150] ff. Lacking final leaves, both blanks. Collation: *-**8, a-b10, c-d8, e10, f12, g-n10, o8]. Quarto 8" x 5-1/2" (20 x 14 cm). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, head of spine reinforced, speckled edges, ties lacking. A few minor faint stains, chip to foot of spine, another chip and minor worming to front joint near foot, light wear to corners, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns, hinges starting. 40-line text in parallel columns, 4 large (9-line) illuminated initials, 3-line initials in red and blue with printed guides, red and blue paragraph marks. Light toning, some leaves have annotations in a later hand, section of small later copperplate bookplate to upper left-hand corner of *2v (first index leaf) obscuring a bit of text, early struck-through annotation to foot of that leaf. An appealing copy. $13,000. * Platea's was the first treatise devoted to usury and its punishment. Its first two editions were published in Padua c. 1472 and Venice in 1472. It reflected the commercial nature of Venice, the most active and wealthy city of the late-fourteenth century, which owed much of its financial success to loan-bearing investments. Indeed, increasingly stringent prohibitions of usury compelled Venetian authorities to admit Jewish bankers to the city. A standard work, later fifteenth-century editions of Platea's treatise were published in 1473, 1474, 1475 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-06-14 18:06:50
CONRADUS DE HALBERSTADT [CONRADUS DE ALEMANIA (active 1342-1362)]
Johann Mentelin, Strassburg. Large folio (410 x 292 mm). Gothic types, 3 columns, 66 lines. Collation: the following gatherings all have stamped signatures a: [a-i10k l8m10]; stamped signatures b: [2a-d10e8+1f10g-l10]; stamped signatures c: [3a-h10i12]; stamped signatures d: [4a-h10i8k12]. 415 leaves (of 417, lacking preliminary and terminal blanks). 9-line initial "Q" in red and yellow on first page of text, 7- to 8-line initials in red for each letter of the alphabet, column headings in red in upper margin, rubricated throughout. Approximately 50 leaves with mostly marginal tiny worm holes occasionally touching letters, the last leaf with lower half renewed not affecting text, a few leaves at end with skillful marginal repairs, occasionally affecting signature. Binding: Contemporary brown calf over wooden boards, sides decorated to a similar pattern, wide blind fillet and roll-tool border, central blind diaper pattern, all over blind flower, star, fleuron and stag tools, spine in 5 compartments with 4 double-cord raised bands, later tan calf lettering-piece gilt to second compartment, clasps and catches, printer's waste endpapers. Some overall wear, old repairs to joints preserving original spine, straps renewed. A LARGE COPY, SCARCE IN A CONTEMPORARY BINDINGFIRST EDITION. "The origins of the Latin biblical concordance must be sought in the thirteenth century at the Dominican convent of St. Jacques in Paris, during a period when theologians felt urgent need for a compilation of all the uses of a particular scriptural word or phrase. Richard and Mary Rouse, in their fundam … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [Hastings on Hudson, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-06-06 06:33:52
CONRADUS DE HALBERSTADT [CONRADUS DE ALEMANIA (active 1342-1362)]
Strassburg: Johann Mentelin, not after 1474. Large folio (410 x 292 mm). Gothic types, 3 columns, 66 lines. Collation: the following gatherings all have stamped signatures a: [a-i^10 k l^8 m^10]; stamped signatures b: [2a-d^10 e^8+1 f^10 g-l^10]; stamped signatures c: [3a-h^10 i^12]; stamped signatures d: [4a-h^10 i^8 k^12]. 415 leaves (of 417, lacking preliminary and terminal blanks). 9-line initial "Q" in red and yellow on first page of text, 7- to 8-line initials in red for each letter of the alphabet, column headings in red in upper margin, rubricated throughout. Approximately 50 leaves with mostly marginal tiny worm holes occasionally touching letters, the last leaf with lower half renewed not affecting text, a few leaves at end with skillful marginal repairs, occasionally affecting signature. A LARGE COPY, SCARCE IN A CONTEMPORARY BINDING FIRST EDITION. Binding: Contemporary German dark brown calf over bevelled wooden boards, sides with two broad double-fillet outer panels bounding a floral roll, the central panels with intersecting double-filets forming diamonds and triangles, each decorated within with roseate, leaf, quatrefoil, stag, and star tools, the spine in five compartments with four double-corded raised bands, 18th-century tan lettering-piece on spine in the second compartment, brass clasps and catches, printer's waste endpapers. Straps and hardware renewed, probably when the label was added, some overall wear, old repairs to joints preserving original spine. "The origins of the Latin biblical concordance must be sought in the thirteenth century at the Domi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [USA]
2018-05-31 05:58:47
[INCUNABLE] NICOLAS DE LYRE.
S.l.n.d. [Strasbourg, Georg Reyser, entre 1474 et 1477]. Un volume grand in-folio (sur 3) de 180 feuillets (475 x 330 mm), imprimés en caractères gothiques à deux colonnes, 71 lignes à la page, les cahiers ne sont pas signés, [au f. 144 : Postilla super actus apostolorum fratris Nicolai de lira ordinis minoris incipit]. Exemplaire rubriqué, avec nombreuses initiales peintes en rouge et en bleu, incomplet du début et de la fin du texte. Une note à la plume sur le contreplat supérieur indique que cette édition a été publiée à Rome sur les presses de Conrad Sweynheym et Arnold Pannartz en 1471-1472 (voir Hain, n°10363), fausse attribution car cet ouvrage n'est pas imprimé sur deux colonnes. Demi-veau brun, dos à nerfs orné de filets dorés (Reliure du début du XIXe siècle). Célèbres commentaires ou postilles des évangiles données par Nicolas de Lyre, né à La Vieille-Lyre dans l'Eure vers 1270 et mort à Paris le 23 octobre 1349. Il était un frère mineur, théologien et exégète et il influença tous les auteurs des XIVe et XVe siècles, ainsi que le réformateur Martin Luther. Il s'est notamment consacré pendant près de quarante ans à ses commentaires de la Bible et la plus grande partie de ses postilles ont servi de référence à tous les travaux sur la Bible. Notre exemplaire contient les postilles des évangiles de Mathieu, Luc et Jean. Les caractères employés pour limpression de notre édition sont identiques à ceux utilisés par Georg Reyser pour un psautier de la bibliothèque Mazarine (en ligne) ainsi qu'une édition quasi-identique d'une Postillae en 3 volumes que l'imprimeur strasb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran [France, Rouen]
2018-05-02 05:03:06
Platea, Franciscus de
1474. The First Treatise on Usury Platea, Franciscus de [d. 1460]. [Opus Restitutionum, Usurarum, Excommunicationum]. [Venice: Johann von Koln and Johann Manthen, 25 March 1474]. [150] ff. Lacking final leaves, both blanks. Collation: *-**8, a-b10, c-d8, e10, f12, g-n10, o8]. Quarto (8" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, head of spine reinforced, speckled edges, ties lacking. A few minor faint stains, chip to foot of spine, another chip and minor worming to front joint near foot, light wear to corners, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns, hinges starting. 40-line text in parallel columns, 4 large (9-line) illuminated initials, 3-line initials in red and blue with printed guides, red and blue paragraph marks. Light toning, some leaves have annotations in a later hand. $13,000. * Platea's was the first treatise devoted to usury and its punishment. Its first two editions were published in Padua c. 1472 and Venice in 1472. It reflected the commercial nature of Venice, the most active and wealthy city of the late-fourteenth century, which owed much of its financial success to loan-bearing investments. Indeed, increasingly stringent prohibitions of usury compelled Venetian authorities to admit Jewish bankers to the city. A standard work, later fifteenth-century editions of Platea's treatise were published in 1473, 1474, 1475 1477 and 1489. All are scarce. OCLC locates 4 copies in North American law libraries (George Washington University, Harvard, Library of Congress, UC-Berkeley). Goff, Incunabula in American Libraries P755. G … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-05-01 13:55:27
Platea, Franciscus de
1474. The First Treatise on Usury Platea, Franciscus de [d. 1460]. [Opus Restitutionum, Usurarum, Excommunicationum]. [Venice: Johann von Koln and Johann Manthen, 25 March 1474]. [150] ff. Lacking final leaves, both blanks. Collation: *-**8, a-b10, c-d8, e10, f12, g-n10, o8]. Quarto 8" x 5-1/2" (20 x 14 cm). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, head of spine reinforced, speckled edges, ties lacking. A few minor faint stains, chip to foot of spine, another chip and minor worming to front joint near foot, light wear to corners, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns, hinges starting. 40-line text in parallel columns, 4 large (9-line) illuminated initials, 3-line initials in red and blue with printed guides, red and blue paragraph marks. Light toning, some leaves have annotations in a later hand, section of small later copperplate bookplate to upper left-hand corner of *2v (first index leaf) obscuring a bit of text, early struck-through annotation to foot of that leaf. An appealing copy. $13,000. * Platea's was the first treatise devoted to usury and its punishment. Its first two editions were published in Padua c. 1472 and Venice in 1472. It reflected the commercial nature of Venice, the most active and wealthy city of the late-fourteenth century, which owed much of its financial success to loan-bearing investments. Indeed, increasingly stringent prohibitions of usury compelled Venetian authorities to admit Jewish bankers to the city. A standard work, later fifteenth-century editions of Platea's treatise were published in 1473, 1474, 1475 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-05-01 02:08:10
Platea, Franciscus de
1474. The First Treatise on Usury Platea, Franciscus de [d. 1460]. [Opus Restitutionum, Usurarum, Excommunicationum]. [Venice: Johann von Koln and Johann Manthen, 25 March 1474]. [150] ff. Lacking final leaves, both blanks. Collation: *-**8, a-b10, c-d8, e10, f12, g-n10, o8]. Quarto 8" x 5-1/2" (20 x 14 cm). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, head of spine reinforced, speckled edges, ties lacking. A few minor faint stains, chip to foot of spine, another chip and minor worming to front joint near foot, light wear to corners, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns, hinges starting. 40-line text in parallel columns, 4 large (9-line) illuminated initials, 3-line initials in red and blue with printed guides, red and blue paragraph marks. Light toning, some leaves have annotations in a later hand, section of small later copperplate bookplate to upper left-hand corner of *2v (first index leaf) obscuring a bit of text, early struck-through annotation to foot of that leaf. An appealing copy. $13,000. * Platea's was the first treatise devoted to usury and its punishment. Its first two editions were published in Padua c. 1472 and Venice in 1472. It reflected the commercial nature of Venice, the most active and wealthy city of the late-fourteenth century, which owed much of its financial success to loan-bearing investments. Indeed, increasingly stringent prohibitions of usury compelled Venetian authorities to admit Jewish bankers to the city. A standard work, later fifteenth-century editions of Platea's treatise were published in 1473, 1474, 1475 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-04-30 22:27:02
Platea, Franciscus de
The First Treatise on Usury Platea, Franciscus de [d. 1460]. [Opus Restitutionum, Usurarum, Excommunicationum]. [Venice: Johann von Koln and Johann Manthen, 25 March 1474]. [150] ff. Lacking final leaves, both blanks. Collation: *-**8, a-b10, c-d8, e10, f12, g-n10, o8]. Quarto (8" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, head of spine reinforced, speckled edges, ties lacking. A few minor faint stains, chip to foot of spine, another chip and minor worming to front joint near foot, light wear to corners, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns, hinges starting. 40-line text in parallel columns, 4 large (9-line) illuminated initials, 3-line initials in red and blue with printed guides, red and blue paragraph marks. Light toning, some leaves have annotations in a later hand. $13,000. * Platea's was the first treatise devoted to usury and its punishment. Its first two editions were published in Padua c. 1472 and Venice in 1472. It reflected the commercial nature of Venice, the most active and wealthy city of the late-fourteenth century, which owed much of its financial success to loan-bearing investments. Indeed, increasingly stringent prohibitions of usury compelled Venetian authorities to admit Jewish bankers to the city. A standard work, later fifteenth-century editions of Platea's treatise were published in 1473, 1474, 1475 1477 and 1489. All are scarce. OCLC locates 4 copies in North American law libraries (George Washington University, Harvard, Library of Congress, UC-Berkeley). Goff, Incunabula in American Libraries P755. Gesamtka … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2018-04-30 20:06:27
Platea, Franciscus de
1474. The First Treatise on Usury Platea, Franciscus de [d. 1460]. [Opus Restitutionum, Usurarum, Excommunicationum]. [Venice: Johann von Koln and Johann Manthen, 25 March 1474]. [150] ff. Lacking final leaves, both blanks. Collation: *-**8, a-b10, c-d8, e10, f12, g-n10, o8]. Quarto 8" x 5-1/2" (20 x 14 cm). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, head of spine reinforced, speckled edges, ties lacking. A few minor faint stains, chip to foot of spine, another chip and minor worming to front joint near foot, light wear to corners, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns, hinges starting. 40-line text in parallel columns, 4 large (9-line) illuminated initials, 3-line initials in red and blue with printed guides, red and blue paragraph marks. Light toning, some leaves have annotations in a later hand, section of small later copperplate bookplate to upper left-hand corner of *2v (first index leaf) obscuring a bit of text, early struck-through annotation to foot of that leaf. An appealing copy. $13,000. * Platea's was the first treatise devoted to usury and its punishment. Its first two editions were published in Padua c. 1472 and Venice in 1472. It reflected the commercial nature of Venice, the most active and wealthy city of the late-fourteenth century, which owed much of its financial success to loan-bearing investments. Indeed, increasingly stringent prohibitions of usury compelled Venetian authorities to admit Jewish bankers to the city. A standard work, later fifteenth-century editions of Platea's treatise were published in 1473, 1474, 1475 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-04-30 20:00:02
Platea, Franciscus de
The First Treatise on Usury Platea, Franciscus de [d. 1460]. [Opus Restitutionum, Usurarum, Excommunicationum]. [Venice: Johann von Koln and Johann Manthen, 25 March 1474]. [150] ff. Lacking final leaves, both blanks. Collation: *-**8, a-b10, c-d8, e10, f12, g-n10, o8]. Quarto (8" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine, head of spine reinforced, speckled edges, ties lacking. A few minor faint stains, chip to foot of spine, another chip and minor worming to front joint near foot, light wear to corners, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns, hinges starting. 40-line text in parallel columns, 4 large (9-line) illuminated initials, 3-line initials in red and blue with printed guides, red and blue paragraph marks. Light toning, some leaves have annotations in a later hand. $13,000. * Platea's was the first treatise devoted to usury and its punishment. Its first two editions were published in Padua c. 1472 and Venice in 1472. It reflected the commercial nature of Venice, the most active and wealthy city of the late-fourteenth century, which owed much of its financial success to loan-bearing investments. Indeed, increasingly stringent prohibitions of usury compelled Venetian authorities to admit Jewish bankers to the city. A standard work, later fifteenth-century editions of Platea's treatise were published in 1473, 1474, 1475 1477 and 1489. All are scarce. OCLC locates 4 copies in North American law libraries (George Washington University, Harvard, Library of Congress, UC-Berkeley). Goff, Incunabula in American Libraries P755. Gesamtka … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-01 10:29:23
Duprat, abbé [= abbe Barrin]
Gebonden in half leren band uit de tijd, 8+132 pag. Geillustreerd met gegraveerde titel en 2 gegraveerde platen (met een lesbische en een sadomasochistische voorstelling). C2903 "Deze editie niet in Worldcat. Cf Kearney 196-204; Rose 1474-1481; Gay Lemonnyer III pag. 1312-1313; Bibl. Arcana 392. Prototype van een anti-papistische roman in de vorm van een dialoog tussen nonnen die tegelijk prostituee zijn. Pornografisch qua inhoud, met name sado-masochistisch. Het boek verscheen in de 18e eeuw zowel in Engelse als in , 523, e edities, maar deze editie uit 1778 is onvindbaar."
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Arine van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2018-02-17 19:10:43
John C Winston
Virtue - Hardcover; English language; No jacket; 8vo - over 7.75" - 9.75" tall; good condition; 1474 thumb indexed pages; HEAVY BOOK(S) 2.2kg. Your book will be securely packed and promptly dispatched from our UK warehouse. For buyers outside the UK we now offer significantly lower rates on our airmail shipping. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sunrise Books Ltd
2018-01-21 23:00:08
[Inkunabelblatt - Rainerius de Pisis].
[Augsburg, Günther Zainer, 1474]. Fol. (Einzelblatt: 40,4 x 27,7 cm; das vorliegende Doppelblatt: 40,4 x 55,4 cm). Mit 3 in Rot eingemalten Initialen (Rom. Typ., 2 Kol., 60 Zeilen). Schönes Inkunabelblatt aus der Offizin des aus Reutlingen stammenden Augsburger Erstdruckers Günther Zainer. - Mittig mit vertikaler Druckspur (wohl verursacht durch einen gebrochenen Holzdeckel). Schwach fleckig. Im Bug Spuren der alten Heftung. - GW M36921; Hain 13016; Proctor 1543; Goff R6; BSB-Ink R-2; BMC II, 321; Sheppard 1151; ISTC ir00006000. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Rainerius de Pisis, Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae. Ed. Jacobus Florentinus, Inkunabel, Wiegendrucke, Augsburg, Zainer
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2018-01-17 15:33:49
Ariosto, Ludovico
Kl.8 (13.5 x 8.5 cm), Titelbl., XXIV, 607 S. Titelbl., 628 S., Kart. d. Zt. mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen, Lesebändchen, Kapitale etw. berieben, Ecken tlw. bestossen, Schnitte u. äusserste Bl. und oft an den Stegen etw. stockfl. allg. gutes Ex. Ludovico Ariosto (1474-1533) italienischer Humanist, Militär, Höfling und Autor. Sein Hauptwerk, das Versepos Orlando furioso ("Der rasende Roland"), gilt als einer der wichtigsten Texte der italienischen Literatur und wurde in ganz Europa rezipiert. Das 1532 in nunmehr 46 Gesängen neu publizierte Epos um die Kämpfe Rolands und der Paladine Karls des Großen mit den Heiden, um die Liebe Rolands zu der flatterhaften Angelica sowie um die Liebe zwischen Ruggero und Bradamante, den angeblichen Begründern des Hauses Este, war sehr erfolgreich und wurde allein im 16. Jh. fast zweihundert Male nachgedruckt. Noch Voltaire und Goethe schätzten das Werk.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2018-01-07 13:50:45
Rolewinck, Werner.
Fol. Mit einem ganzs. Holzschnitt am Titel verso, 15 tlw. wiederh. Textholzschnitten u. zahlr. schematischen Textholzschnitten. 6 nn., 90 röm. num., 2 weiße Bll. (Got. Type, 2-3 Spalten), Mod. Schweinsldr.-Bd. im Stil d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden m. Streicheisen-Blindprägung. Eine von fünf bei Prüss in Straßburg gedruckten Ausgaben des Faszikulus, der seit seinem Erscheinen 1474 in Köln mehr als 30 Ausgaben erlebte und den größten und ganz ungewöhnlichen Erfolg (ADB XXIX, 73) gehabt hat. - Werner Rolewinck (1425-1502) lebte seit 1447 als Kartäusermönch in Köln und verfaßte zahlr. theologische und historische Arbeiten, unter denen das vorliegende Werk, ein geschichtlicher Abriß von der Erschaffung der Welt bis zum Ende des 15. Jahrhunderts, die bei weitem größte Verbreitung gefunden hat. Die vorliegende Ausgabe verzeichnet als letztes Datum den Tod des ungarischen Königs und großen Bibliophilen Matthias Corvinus im Jahre 1490. Auf Bl. LXXXIX verso befindet sich ein ausführlicher Hinweis auf die Erfindung des Buchdrucks. - Neben mehrfach verwendeten Stadtansichten zeigen die Textholzschnitte die Arche Noah, den Turm zu Babel, Salvator mit Weltkugel sowie einige Mißgeburten. - Titel u. das erste Registerblatt m. alten, tlw. gestrichenen Besitzvermerken. Vereinzelte alte Marginalien bzw. kl. Randläsuren. Tlw., bes. am Kopfsteg, etw. wasserrandig. Leicht gebräunt bzw. (stock-) fleckig. - GW M38727 Hain/C. 6915 Goff R 275 BSB R-250 Schramm XX, 27 Schreiber 5120 ISTC ir00275000.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2017-11-22 19:31:55
GREGORIUS IX Pont. Max.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-20 13:02:08
(Pythagoras) Hierocles of Alexandria
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2017-10-16 12:30:02
Marcial-Dominitius Calderinus
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa [Bilbao, Spain]
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2017-10-16 12:30:01
Pope PIUS II. (= Aeneas Silvius PICCOLOMINI)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
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2017-10-16 11:47:47
OMNIBONUS Leonicenus
Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:38:52
Jodocus of Erfurt, Attributed
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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