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2017-11-07 18:48:04
Bianchini, Giovanni.
Ferrara, ca 1475. Folio (242 x 340 mm). Latin manuscript on paper. 160 leaves (complete including four blank leaves at the beginning and six at the end). Written in brown ink in a neat humanistic hand, double columns, 37 lines to each page, numerous two and three line initials supplied in red or blue. With one large illuminated initial and coat of arms of the Scalamonte family flanked by floral decoration on first leaf, painted in shades of blue, green and lilac and heightened in burnished gold. With altogether 231 full-page tables in red and brown, some marginal or inter-columnar annotations, and one extended annotation on final leaf. Fifteenth century blind stamped goat skin over wooden boards, remains of clasps. The so-called Toledan Tables are astronomical tables used to predict the movements of the Sun, Moon and planets relative to the fixed stars. They were completed around the year 1080 at Toledo by a group of Arab astronomers, led by the mathematician and astronomer Al-Zarqali (known to the Western World as Arzachel), and were first updated in the 1270s, afterwards to be referred to as the "Alfonsine Tables of Toledo". Named after their sponsor King Alfonso X, it "is not surprising that" these tables "originated in Castile because Christians in the 13th century had easiest access there to the Arabic scientific material that had reached its highest scientific level in Muslim Spain or al-Andalus in the 11th century" (Goldstein 2003, 1). The Toledan Tables were undoubtedly the most widely used astronomical tables in medieval Latin astronomy, but it was Giovanni Bianchi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-28 07:30:35
Jacques Legran:
Straßburg Drucker des Henricus Ariminensis (Georg Reyser) um Type 2 1475 - Einspaltiges, 40-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt. Breitrandiges Exemplar auf klanghellem Papier mit einer 5-zeiligen roten Lombarde, Marginalien der Zeit und rotgestrichenen Majuskeln sowie dem Wasserzeichen Ochsenkopf mit Blumenstandarte und Schaufel. Blattgröße: 21,5 x 30,5 cm. - - -
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
2017-10-16 11:38:55
[Pseudo] Eusebius Cremonensis; [Pseudo] Aurelius Augustinus; [Pseudo] Cyrillus.
Bookseller: Zaal Books [Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 11:36:22
Illuminated manuscript leaf on vellum.
Paris: c. 1475. 159 x 108mm. Single column, four lines of text (r), 15 lines (v). Three-line initial ‘D’, richly illuminated border of floral design heightened in gold. The miniature painted within an arch-top border. Trimmed right to the border, small split in the vellum margin, otherwise in fine and fresh condition. Origin and provenance unknown, description pasted on back from Pirages; from a private California collection.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:30:45
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:30:45
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-09-27 05:59:37
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (354-430), Saint.
Milan: Johannes Bonus, 21 July 1475. Chancery 4to in half-sheets (213 x 151 mm). Collation: [a-v8 x4].164 leaves, unfoliated. 26 lines. Type 1:105R. 4- and 5-line capital spaces, some with printed guide letters. Roman capitals supplied in red. Worming in first four and last two quires, marginal dampstaining to last dozen leaves. 18th-century parchment over pasteboards, goatskin gilt lettering piece on spine (slightly frayed), imprint and date added in ink; plain edges, green silk ribbon marker. Lower edges untrimmed, revealing contemporary manuscript and stamped quire signatures. Provenance: deleted but still visible contemporary inscription on title, S[an]ct[ae] Mariae mre [i.e., martyre?] Rumani ad Vsu[m] fr[atr]is Siri [or Sixi] d[e] b[er]gamo [flourish] fr. B[o?]tho de Pallo [pallatio?] Vig. [Vigevano?] co. manu p[ro]pria; Herculis de Silva, bookplate; (with Lardanchet, catalogue 2004/1).*** Second Edition of the Confessions of Saint Augustine, printed five years after the first (Strassburg: Mentelin, [not after 1470]). Only four fifteenth-century editions of Augustine's spiritual autobiography are recorded, each printed in a different city. Praised by Luther, the Confessions regained popularity with the Reformation. This was the first and only dated edition of three produced on the second press of Johannes Bonus, who identified himself as a German Augustinian in his verse colophons. He had worked previously for the Augustinians in Savona, near Genoa, where he printed at least two editions in 1474. Victor Scholderer commented on this edition in the introduction to BMC V … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2017-09-20 21:37:17
Tempus Libri(). Emperor Frederick III.  polepšuje Prague's Old Town character and camp at Neuse am Rhein issued ninth June 1475 confirming the German-language list. The Charter describes what is betterment for granted and to what extent:  "We Fridrich, by God's grace Roman Emperor (...).  We confess and publicly announce to everyone in this letter to all those who see or hear him read, (...) Now that our honorable, wise, us and our empire particularly dear and loyal mayor, councilors and all the townsfolk of Old Town and the ancestors of this described below and sign jewel, namely: red shield over the center of it passing over the castle wall battlements of silver in it standing three silver towers and battlements open the silver gate, adorned with a canopy and a silver portcullis, as an excellent urban character of the Old Town have been using and led, let us stated Mayor, councilors and all the townspeople same City Hall put forward its important message to supplicate and pray that we, as a Roman emperor them and all their descendants and heirs purkmistrum, councilors and all the burghers of the Old Town such their urban character from our special imperial grace and goodness decorated, better off, and resume our imperial favor new talent and have provided graciously organized.  Because we recognize and monitor such loyal, willing and courageous service to us a realm often and generously, especially to us with a considerable expenditure of their lives and property, when we were in our our castle in Vienna shelling and siege joyfully and faithfully serving and continue in f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books [Tucson, AZ, UNITED STATES]
2017-09-20 19:35:11
HORAE,[Book of Hours] , leaf from a Book of Hours on vellum in the Belgian language, probably written in a Belgian Scriptorium around 1475. Size of the leaves approx 15.0 cm x 100 cm [ 6" x 4"] .17 lines of text in a medium brown ink.Large initials in red,blue and white and gold with smaller initials in the same colours. Decorations of leaves and flowers to the top and bottom margins. Unusual and beautiful leaves in near Fine condition. We have more than one of these leaves, please ask for further images if required.
Bookseller: John Underwood Antiquarian Books [UK]
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2017-09-18 14:51:38
S. Bonaventura & Pseudo Methodius
Köln: Ulrich Zell, 1475. 4to (15,5 x 22 cm). 47 leaves (without last blank). 19th-century cardboard binding. Printed in 1 column, 26 lines. Gothic Type. Broad margined. Partly rubricated; 3 larger initials in red (2 simply decorated). No foliation, no signatures nor catchwords, no colophon (as usual with Zell). Early and rare incunable from the 1st Cologne printing office with 3 treatises, nos 1 & 3 by S. Bonaventura, no 2 by S. Methodius. The 2nd printing of this work. De triplici via is the shortest, and most complete summary of Bonaventura's mystical philosophy. Revelationes (Apocalypse) by Pseudo-Methodius influenced the eschatological thinking of the Middle Ages. De praeparatione ad missam was conceived as an aid for priests in the discharge of their sacred office. Condition: Leaf 17 bit loose; leaves 41-v & 42-r with red inkstain; upper quarter of leaves with unobtrusive waterstaining. Altogether a very good, non-washed copy. For a full description and more images please visit our website: www.zaalbooks.nl .
Bookseller: Zaal Books
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2017-09-09 19:33:34
Conradus Gritsch
Ulm: Johann Zainer (the Elder), 1475. Folio (leaf size 33,7 x 25,1 cm). 269 leaves (text complete, first & last blank missing). 2 col., 45-50 lines, rubricated. Contemporary half roan, blind-tooled spine, boards covered with old vellum antiphonary. Text decorated with a beautiful "scholar border" woodcut with floral branches and a human figure of a doctor & 51 large woodcut initials. Collation: a10, bc8, d-g10, h12, ik10, l8, m10, no8, pq10, r8, s10, t8, v7, xy10, z8, A10, B8, C-F10 (except for the missing first and last blank; text complete). First Zainer-edition of a collection of Lent sermons by the popular Franciscan preacher Konrad Gritsch [1409 - 1475]. A few contemporary marginal annotations in ink, (some in red ink), including two manicules (leaves 193 and 264). Condition: A bit worming of the spine, the boards and the inner margin of some leaves, mainly of the last ones (but outside of text); a few small defects of the spine-leather; a few leaves bit loose. But altogether a very fresh copy of a nicely printed, very rare and early edition. For a full description and more images please visit our website: www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2017-09-06 12:40:09
Decorated Manuscript in Paper
Brabant 1475 - Neatly written and carefully corrected manuscript of the so-called Pseudo-Bonaventure-Ludolphian Life of Jesus, a Middle Dutch translation from a Latin account of the life and passion of Christ that encourages the reader to relive and to identify with these events. This manuscript, written for a woman, reflects the late-medieval need, inspired by the Devotio Moderna, for devotional texts in the vernacular as aids for private worship. More information on request.
Bookseller: Konstantinopel ANTIQUARIAN BOOKSELLERS. [ENSCHEDE, Netherlands]
2017-09-03 12:47:05
ALVERNUS, Guillelmus
[Günther Zainer], 1475. ESOTERICA, SEX & DEMONS FIRST EDITION fol. 139 ex 140 ll. lacking initial blank, unpaginated and unsigned [a9 b-o10], 43 lines plus headline to page, text in an elegant and unusual Gothicised Roman (type 95 reprod. BMC C15th vol II fasc. p.1), guide spaces, undecorated. Single, apparently dismissive, contemporary marginalium to prologue and marginal markings to table. Early ink smudge to one leaf. A fine, well-margined copy on thick paper, in good C19 polished calf by Mackenzie, spine and covers gilt ruled, a.e.r. First and only early edition of one of the most important works of William of Auvergne, part of his monumental Magisterium divinale, an explanation of the whole natural world, composed about 1231-36. Divided into ten parts, and subdivided into chapters, this attractively produced volume covers i.a. reason, faith and love, the nature of error, belief and its meaning, the power of faith and miracles, the dangers of credulity, heresy, and demonology, the power of the intellect and natural virture, the errors of the Jews, the dangers of transvestism, superstition, and magic, cults and demons, the errors of Islam (especially in relation to astrology and sex) the cause of 'idolatories' such as witchcraft, conjuring, divination, necromancy, elementalism, and other idols and rites and sacrifices. Thorndike (cit. inf.) devotes an entire chapter to William "whose works present an unexpectedly detailed picture of the magic and supersition of the time. He is well acquainted with the occult literature and the natural philosophy of the day and has much t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2017-08-24 09:17:46
INCUNABLE] Thomas Aquinas
Franciscus Renner, de Heilbronn et Nicolaus de Frankfordia, Venise 1475 - Edition de la «Seconda Secondae» de la Summa Theologia de St Thomas d'Aquin (Seconde section de la deuxième partie de La Somme de Théologie) Venise, 1475. In folio. Reliure pastiche montée sur haies de bois, recouvertes de cuir. Ce pastiche ayant été réalisé par un maitre relieur, qui a reconstitué la reliure à partir du second plat de la reliure d'origine. Ce maître relieur a conservé le haie de bois (hêtre) d'origine, sur lequel il a bâti son travail. On joint quelques lambeaux du cuir d'origine (avec des motifs décoratifs, à froid). Ces lambeaux peu importants ne pouvant décorer l'ensemble de la reliure, peuvent être replacés, à leur place d'origine, sur les plats. Petite enluminure sur la page de titre, avec des coloris d'époque, bien conservés. Les lettrines de chaque chapitre sont dessinées à la main et colorées, selon une symbolique bien définie. Le livre est complet. A date ancienne, on a ajouté à la main, une pagination du texte suivant l'ordre des articles dont se compose cette partie de la «Somme», et non suivant l'ordre des feuillets. Edition parue indépendamment de la première partie de la Somme théologique (Cf. Maittaire et Panzer). Quant au contenu, il s'agit d'un vaste traité de théologie morale qui envisage les actes humains, vertus et vices, dans leur particularité; il s'y trouve, entre autres, un petit traité «de la luxure» (De luxuria) qui, involontairement, brave souvent l'honnêteté. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Escurial [France]
2017-08-22 15:42:03
PLATEA, Franciscus de
Woodcut printer's device on recto of final printed leaf. 216 unnumbered leaves (two leaves are blank). 38 lines, Gothic type, initial spaces of various sizes. Chancery folio (252 x 183 mm.), cont. Polish blind-tooled calf over bevelled wooden boards (carefully rebacked with a few discrete repairs, light dampstain to inner margins and occasionally to upper & lower margins, careful and discrete repairs to inner margins of first 30 leaves & outer margins of first two leaves), the covers divided by triple fillets forming rectangular panels, creating a Latin cross on upper cover, the compartment edges with a semi-circular arcade tool & filled with impressions of an open leafy stamp & an arrangement of leafy foliage in a lozenge, one chaste brass clasp with strap of white tawed leather. [Cracow: Printer of Turrecremata, Expositio (Kaspar Staubel)], 1475. [bound with]: GERSON, Johannes. De Examinatione Doctrinarum [and other texts, see below]. Lombard initials supplied in blue flourished with red or red flourished with green, red & blue paragraph signs. 22 unnumbered leaves. 35 lines, Gothic type, initial spaces of various sizes. Chancery folio (252 x 183 mm.) (occasional minor dampstain to margins, one or two leaves with initial flourishing with minor cropping). [Nuremberg: Johann Sensenschmidt and Andreas Frisner, between 1474 and 1476]. A fine sammelband in a contemporary Polish blind-stamped calf binding over bevelled wooden boards, containing what is very probably the first substantial book printed in Poland. I. One of only four works printed at the first press i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
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2017-08-05 10:08:03
Tinctoris, Joannes. Machabey, Armand
Paris: Richard-Masse Éditeurs - Near fine copy in marble boards. Remains well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. Series; Bibliothèque d'Etudes Musicales. Physical description; 65 pages. Subjects; Johannis Tinctoris. Terminorum Musicae Diffinitorium. c. 1475. Glossary of music. 15th century. Latin text. French translation. Armand Machabey. Musical notes. 65 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Ireland]
2017-07-24 13:28:28
PSEUDO-CYRILLUS. [BONIOHANNES DE MESSANA]
[Basel: Michael Wenssler, ca. 1475]. This is a rare copy of one of the earliest printings of a fable collection, a book that predates the first appearance of Aesop by some three years. The work is divided into four books: an overview with fables promoting virtues, followed by three sections with tales warning, in turn, against arrogance, greed, and love of luxury. As in Aesop, various animals--lions, monkeys, roosters, crows, foxes--are used to embody human traits. Long attributed to the fourth century bishop Cyril of Jerusalem, it was determined by Thomas Kaeppeli to be the work of 13th century writer Boniohannes de Messana. "The Mirror of Wisdom" was apparently first printed in Strassburg no later than 1474; ISTC notes that the Bamberg copy was rubricated in that year. Our edition emanated "about 1475" from the workshop of Michael Wenssler, a Strassburg-born printer who was active in Basel for nearly 20 years. Wenssler entered the University of Basel in 1462, and started his press in that city 10 years later, with Friedrich Biel. According to Haebler, "Wenssler introduces in his type a series of new and quite peculiar forms. . . . He seems in his earliest types to have had a great affection for ornamented" letters. Wenssler flourished for many years, but his business ran into difficulties in the 1480s and he was forced to flee his debtors in 1491. Still, he did not abandon his trade, and there are records of him working as a printer in the South of France and in Lyon until about 1496. Former owner Victor de Guinzbourg (ca. 1906-76) was an Allied intelligence agent during … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscr [U.S.A.]
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2017-06-23 23:56:59
Peraldus, Guilelmus ca. 1190-1271 [var. Guillermus Parisiensis, Guilielmus, Guilelmus, Guillaume Perrault, Guilelmus, Willelmi de Peraldo, Wilhelm Peraldus, Guilelmus de Petra Alda, Guillaume de Peyraud] ; Michael Wenßler [Wenssler], fl. 1472-1497
[Basle, Switzerland : Michael Wenßler (Wenssler), 1475], 1475. Very Good. 169 Folio leaves ; 31 cm. ; 2° ; bound in quarter suede with three raised bands, hand-written titles on spine ; an incunable from the early and important press of Michael Wenssler of Basel, Switzerland ; this partial copy without title page or colophon ; Hain 12383, Proctor 7464, British Museum 15th century III, 722 (IB.37053), Polain 3034, Goff P-83, Walsh 1114 ; single column 36 line Gothic type, with conventional 15th century printing ligatures, and with rubricized initials throughout; some generally minor edge staining and tears ; a few worm holes in the margins ; a few pages with larger stains ; this copy with no chapter headings or signature marks ; begins at Quintæ Partis Principalis, Tractatus de Beatitudinibus, with the section on Patience and the temptations of demons and ends the Beatitudes with the discourse on Peace; rubics in the same hand that executed those for the 1474 Quennell edition at the University of Darmstadt ; Michael Wenssler, floruit 1472-1497 [name variations: Wensler, Wensel, Vrenssler, Wenkler or Wenßler] was originally from Strasbourg, but became a citizen of Basel in 1473 and was active from 1475 to 1488, when he had to sell his press to pay off his debts. He then leaves Basel for Cluny, while his family remained behind in penury, and he does not return until 1499, when he retires ; this publication, amongst the earliest for Basle, is of the celebrated work of William of Auvergne, ca. 1180-1271 : the Summa de Virtutibus, or The Summation of Virtues, the first of the fam … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Joseph Valles - Books
2017-06-23 20:55:40
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (354-430), Saint
Milan: Johannes Bonus, 1475. Chancery 4to in half-sheets (213 x 151 mm). Collation: [a-v8 x4].164 leaves, unfoliated. 26 lines. Type 1:105R. 4- and 5-line capital spaces, some with printed guide letters. Roman capitals supplied in red. Worming in first four and last two quires, marginal dampstaining to last dozen leaves. 18th-century parchment over pasteboards, goatskin gilt lettering piece on spine (slightly frayed), imprint and date added in ink; plain edges, green silk ribbon marker. Lower edges untrimmed, revealing contemporary manuscript and stamped quire signatures. Provenance: deleted but still visible contemporary inscription on title, S[an]ct[ae] Mariae mre [i.e., martyre?] Rumani ad Vsu[m] fr[atr]is Siri [or Sixi] d[e] b[er]gamo [flourish] fr. B[o?]tho de Pallo [pallatio?] Vig. [Vigevano?] co. manu p[ro]pria; Herculis de Silva, bookplate; (with Lardanchet, catalogue 2004/1).*** Second Edition of the Confessions of Saint Augustine, printed five years after the first (Strassburg: Mentelin, [not after 1470]). Only four fifteenth-century editions of Augustine's spiritual autobiography are recorded, each printed in a different city. Praised by Luther, the Confessions regained popularity with the Reformation. This was the first and only dated edition of three produced on the second press of Johannes Bonus, who identified himself as a German Augustinian in his verse colophons. He had worked previously for the Augustinians in Savona, near Genoa, where he printed at least two editions in 1474. Victor Scholderer commented on this edition in the introduction to BMC VI: "Th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc.
2017-06-23 20:55:40
Unknown
STRASSBURG: JOHANNES MENTELIN & ADOLF RUSCH, 1475-01-01. Loose Leaf. Very Good. Royal Folio size. 17.5 x 12 in. (438 x 304 mm). Loose leaf. Index leave from Hab to Ini. Printed on hand-laided paper. Antiqua type with rubication, in the R-press Type by the Mentelin and Rusch press. Slight tanning to paper with foxing occurring, mostly towards the spine area of the leaf. Possibly from either the Catholicon or Speculum Doctrinale.
Bookseller: SequiturBooks
2017-06-23 14:04:34
MUNDINUS (or MONDINO DEI LUZZI)
[22] leaves, Gothic type, 43 lines. Folio (301 x 213 mm.), disbound (some worming towards end). [Padua (not Pavia): Pierre Maufer, about 1475]. First edition, a remarkable discovery of the third known copy of the true first edition of the first modern book devoted solely to anatomy. The other two surviving copies are in the Biblioteca Corsiniana (Rome) and the Biblioteca Comunale (Viterbo). The rarity of this book is well-known: it is revealing that Castiglioni, Choulant, and Garrison all cite the 1478 edition as the first printing. Its influence was great: "The first outstanding anatomist worthy of the name…the Anathomia of Mondino was the most used anatomical text up to the end of the sixteenth century, probably because it contained the most important technical indications in brief and concise form."-Castiglioni, A History of Medicine, pp. 341-43. Mondino (ca. 1275-1326), a native of Bologna, was the son of an apothecary and the nephew of a professor of medicine. He attended the University of Bologna where he studied under Alderotti (Thaddeus of Florence), an early dissector, and took his medical degree in 1300. Mondino soon became a professor of medicine at the university. "Mondino's chief work is his compendium of anatomy, Anatomia Mundini, completed in 1316, which made him, in Castiglione's [sic] words, 'the first outstanding anatomist worthy of the name.' Mondino's book dominated anatomy for over two hundred years. The major reason for Mondino's great popularity was the simplicity, conciseness, and systematic arrangement of his book, which is divided into six parts: … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
2017-06-22 20:06:41
Murner, Thomas:
Berlin und Leipzig, de Gruyter, 19!18-31. Jeweils ca. 200 bis 500 Seiten. Zus. 8 Bände (ohne Band I). Halbleinenbände der Zeit mit Rückentitel. *Werkausgabe der deutschen Schriften, welche bei de Gruyter in 9 Bänden erschien (hiervon sind die Bände 2-9 vorhanden). - Thomas Murner (1475-1537 im Elsaß) war ein katholischer Dichter und Satiriker, Humanist und bedeutender Kontroverstheologe der frühen Reformationszeit. Murner gilt u.a. neben Brant und Geiler als bedeutender Vertreter der dt. Narrenliteratur. - Vorhanden sind: Band 2. Narrenbeschwörung. - 3. Schelmenzunft. - 4. Die Mühle von Schwindelsheim. - 5. Die Geuchmat. - 6.-8. Kleine Schriften (Gegenreformation). - 9. Vor dem großen Lutherischen Narren. - Titelblätter rückseitig mit entwertetem Stempel. Bibliotheksdublette in sauberer und guter Erhaltung. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
2017-06-22 20:06:41
Murner, Thomas
Jeweils ca. 200 bis 500 Seiten. Zus. 8 Bände (ohne Band I). Halbleinenbände der Zeit mit Rückentitel. *Werkausgabe der deutschen Schriften, welche bei de Gruyter in 9 Bänden erschien (hiervon sind die Bände 2-9 vorhanden). - Thomas Murner (1475-1537 im Elsaß) war ein katholischer Dichter und Satiriker, Humanist und bedeutender Kontroverstheologe der frühen Reformationszeit. Murner gilt u.a. neben Brant und Geiler als bedeutender Vertreter der dt. Narrenliteratur. - Vorhanden sind: Band 2. Narrenbeschwörung. - 3. Schelmenzunft. - 4. Die Mühle von Schwindelsheim. - 5. Die Geuchmat. - 6.-8. Kleine Schriften (Gegenreformation). - 9. Vor dem großen Lutherischen Narren. - Titelblätter rückseitig mit entwertetem Stempel. Bibliotheksdublette in sauberer und guter Erhaltung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernd Braun
2017-06-22 15:05:38
Jacobus(de Jüterborg):
Blaubeuren, Konrad Mancz, 1475-76. Type 1. Einspaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt, Wasserfleck im inneren Randbereich, dreizeilige rote Lombarde und rotgestrichene Versalbuchstaben. Blattgröße:18 x 25 cm. Incunabula text leaf. Ein Bild des Inkunabelblattes wird gerne auf Wunsch per email zugesandt. Außerdem steht ein weiteres Blatt mit einer 6-zeiligen verzierten roten Initiale mit 8-zeiligem Ausläufer zur Verfügung.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-06-21 20:23:35
ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPT
France: np. 1st Edition. No Binding. Fine. Beautiful 15th century leaf on vellum with striking gold borders. 15 lines of text on each side written in Latin with brown-black ink in gothic script on vellum. The text is from the Ninth and Tenth Lessons. On recto: 1 double-line illuminated initial in burnished gold and blue. Border along right margin with beautiful red flowers on a bright gold background. On verso: Border along left margin with red-pink flowers on a stunning gold background. France: c. 1475. Size: 136 x 92 mm (approx. 5.4 x 3.6 inches). Light soiling around edges. Fine leaf with large, impressive margins. The text in Latin: On recto: Amplius lava me Domine ab iniustitia mea: et a delicto meo munda me. Ut tu Deus deleas iniquitatem meam. Quare de vulva eduxisti me? Qui utinam consumptus essem, ne oculus me videret. Fuissem quasi non essem, de utero translatus ad tumulum. Numquid non paucitas dierum meorum finietur brevi? On verso: Dimitte me ergo, ut plangam paululum dolorem meum, antequam vadam, et non revertar ad terram tenebrosam, et opertam mortis caligine, terram miseriae, et tenebrarum, ubi umbra mortis, et nullus ordo, sed sempiternus horror inhabitat. Libera me Domine de viis inferni, qui portas aereas confregisti, et visitasti infernum, et dedisti eis lumen… English translation: Recto: Wash me O Lord yet more, from my injustice: and from my sin cleanse me. That thou O God blot out my iniquity. Why didst thou bring me forth out of the matrix? Who, would God, I had been consumed, that eye might not see me, I had been as if I were not, transported f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company [U.S.A.]
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
PONTANUS, Petrus (Pierre de PONTE).
Bibl. Belg. P317 (IV, p. 714: 1 copy); Moreau III, 887 (2 copies). Richly and beautifully hand-decorated copy of a very rare edition of a Latin school grammar by Pierre de Ponte (1475-1539). The decoration goes beyond mere colouring and the application of gold. Some of the initials have flowers or figures painted in that do not seem to be present in the printed initial, so that two initials that were probably printed from the same block sometimes appear different in details of form. Born at Bruges, De Ponte was blinded at age three but became a school teacher at Paris. The title-page calls him caecus Brugensis (the blind man of Bruges). His Latin grammar distinguished itself by its methods and scholarly qualities, teaching children by questions and answers in prose, with examples taken from classical authors. The first part treats Latin grammar and the second part Latin syntax. Only two other copies of the present edition are known.Title-page with a faint early owner's inscription. Some restorations and water stains in the title-page and it and the following leaf somewhat browned, but the rest of the leaves are in very good condition. The binding has cracks in the hinges and scuff marks mostly at the corners, but is still good. Very rare edition of a classic Latin school grammar, beautifully coloured and decorated with extensive use of gold.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-14 15:32:58
Antonius Rampegolus (Bischof von Konstanz):
Augsburg, Sankt Ulrich und Afra, ca. 1475. Type 1. Einspaltiges, 38-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einer 2-zeiligen roten Lombarde und gegestrichenen Versalbuchstaben, Einriss (5 cm) im Rand, Druck auf festem Papier. Blattgröße: 21,2 x 29 cm. Incunable text leaf.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-24 23:03:09
(INKUNABELBLAD).
Strasbourg ? Ca. 1475. 1 blad med trykk på begge sider. Bokstaver i blått, rødt og gult. Folio. 32 cm X 47 cm. Strasbourg ? Abour 1475. One leaf printed on both sides. Letters in blue and red, some marked in yellow. Size : 32 cm X 47 cm.. Latin. The Dominican friar Vincent of Beauvais (Vincentius Bellovacensis or Vincentius Burgundus) (c. 1190 - 1264?) wrote the Speculum Maius, the main encyclopedia that was used in the Middle Ages. The most widely disseminated part of the Speculum Maius was the Speculum Historiale, which provided a history of the world down to Vincent's time. It is based on the Chronicon of Helinand of Froidmont (d. c. 1229). (Wikipedia).
Bookseller: Damms Antikvariat AS [NO]
2017-05-23 05:32:27
Dreifach gefaltetes Blatt. Format gefaltet: 9 cm x 16 cm. Entfaltet: 35,4 cm x 16 cm. A USA Outer Space Passport, Number 1475 for the Journey to the Moon. Includes a First Man on Moon Stamp with First Day of issue Cancellation. 4 Panels with information, Honorary Astronaut certificate and more. - An drei Kanten des Passports in der Mitte ein etwa 1 cm langer horizontaler Einriss.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Dr. Jaromir Konecny
2017-05-21 17:08:35
Jacobus de Voragine):
Augsburg Johann Bämler 20 März Type 1a 2 1475 - Einspaltiges, 30-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem farbig koloriertem Holzschnitt (7,7 x 6,9 cm) des Heiligen Sankt Eustachius. Blatt fingerfleckig und knapp beschnitten. Blattgröße: 20,4 x 13,7 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Seltenes Inkunabelblatt! Der italienische Prediger und Schriftsteller Jacobus de Voragine (Viraggio) aus dem heutigen Varazze bei Genua lebte von 1230 - 1298. Der Dominikaner Jacobus de Voragine fügte aus der Bibel, den Apokryphen, verschiedenen Akten sowie überlieferten Geschichten, die Lebensgeschichten der Heiligen zur Legenda Aurea. Das Werk in volkstümlicher lateinischer Sprache geschrieben, wurde zum populärsten religiösen Volksbuch des Mittelalter. Die deutschen Übersetzungen der Legenda Aurea wurden das Leben der Heiligen oder Der Heiligen Leben genannt. Zahlreiche Anzeichen deuten heute darauf hin, dass zwischen 1384 und 1421 im Umkreis des Dominikanerordens in Nürnberg eine neue Kompilationen der Heiligenlegenden entstand, die unter Einbeziehung der Legenda aurea, stärker auf den deutschsprachigen Glaubensraum bezogen waren. So wurden in diesem Legendar Bonifazius, Gallus, Kilian oder Magnus von Füssen aufgenommen. Dieser deutsche Legendar übertraf in seiner Verbreitung die Leganda Aurea. (Becker; Overgaauw: Aderlass + Seelentrost 2003, 219). Die Legende berichtet von Eustachius (Der Standfeste; Tod um 118), der vor seiner Bekehrung Placidus hieß und Jäger und Heermeister einer Legion in Kleinasien unter Kaiser Trajan war. Eines Tages erschien ihm bei der Jagd auf einer Felskuppe ein Hirsch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2017-05-21 10:14:38
Anonimo
1475 - Bulino, 1475-1500 circa, privo di data e di iscrizioni. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con sottili margini, in perfetto sttao di conservazione. Rarissima incisione anonima è ascrivibile alla scuola tedesca dell’ultimo quarto del XV secolo La scena raffigura la cosiddetta Messa di S. Gregorio, in cui il Cristo, con gli strumenti della passione, appare sull’altare al papa celebrante. L’immagine divenne molto popolare nel corso del XVI secolo, anche perché spesso associata alle indulgenze. In effetti, agli inizi del secolo, nel Nord Europa, la Messa di S. Gregorio, anzi le 30 messe gregoriane, ricorrono di frequente nei manoscritti tra le pratiche per ottenere l’indulgenza; a partire dal 1425 circa, le indulgenze sono spesso incorporate in stampe o altre opere che raffigurano la Messa di S. Gregorio. Esemplare dalla collezione del British Museum, due timbri al verso, compreso quello di dismissione. (Lugt 302 & 305). Engraving, 1475-1500 circa, unlettered. A very good example, printed on contemporary lad paper, with small margins, perfect condition. The scene depicts the Mass of Saint Gregory. This subject became widespread in medieval art. Such visual manifestations have a variety of precise forms, but they almost always show Gregory and his entourage, usually consisting of clerics, in a church before an altar, often with the saint saying mass. Christ as a Man of Sorrows appears on the altar. Because the St. Gregory Mass shows a bleeding Christ and the celebration of the mass, the image has been used as support for the idea of tra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-05-20 15:03:50
Nürnberg Anton Koberger 16 November Type 2, 1475. Zweispaltiges, 48-zeiliges, breitrandiges O-Inkunabelblatt auf festem klanghellem Papier mit drei 3-zeiligen roten und blauen Lombarden. Wasserzeichen. Blattgröße: 27,5 x 40 cm.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-10 20:40:54
Conradus Gritsch (Grütsch):
Ulm, Johann Zainer, 20. Oktober 1475. Type 1. Zweispaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einer 6-zeiligen Lombarde. Kleiner hellbrauner Fleck im Randbereich. Blattgröße: 40,5 x 27,8 cm. Incunabula text leaf. Der Verfasser Conrad Grütsch wurde vor 1409 in Basel geboren und stirbt vor 1475. Er nahm am Basler Konzil teil. Seit 1437 war er Lektor in Wien, Zürich, Mühausen/Elsaß, Bern und Freiburg/Schweiz. Die Predigersammlung wurde um 1440 in Basel verfasst und erfreute sich großer Beliebtheit. Conrad Grütsch war wahrscheinlich der Bruder des in den gedruckten Ausgaben des Quadragesimale als Verfasser genannten Johannes Gritsch. Johann Zainer war der Erstdrucker in Ulm! Johann Zainer, ein Bruder des Augsburger Druckers Günther Zainer, stammte wie dieser aus Reutlingen. Auch er ist vor seiner Druckertätigkeit in Straßburg gewesen und hat dort seine Frau gefunden. Seine Druckerwerkstätte bekundet diese Verwandtschaft. Seine älteste Textschrift ist eine ziemlich getreue Nachbildung von Günther Zainers Type 1 - natürlich nicht ohne einige kleine Eigenheiten (h). (Haebler 1927, S. 70f).
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-10 20:40:54
Conradus Gritsch (Grütsch):
Ulm, Johann Zainer d. Ä., 20. Oktober 1475. Type 1. Zweispaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einer 10-zeiligen, floralverzierten Holzschnittinitiale d. Buchstaben A. Wasserrand in einer Ecke. Wasserzeichen: siebenblättrige Blume. Kleine Glosse im Randbereich. Blattgröße: 28 x 40,3 cm. Incunabula text leaf. Der Verfasser Conrad Grütsch wurde vor 1409 in Basel geboren und stirbt vor 1475. Er nahm am Basler Konzil teil. Seit 1437 war er Lektor in Wien, Zürich, Mühausen/Elsaß, Bern und Freiburg/Schweiz. Die Predigersammlung wurde um 1440 in Basel verfasst und erfreute sich großer Beliebtheit. Conrad Grütsch war wahrscheinlich der Bruder des in den gedruckten Ausgaben des Quadragesimale als Verfasser genannten Johannes Gritsch. Johann Zainer war der Erstdrucker in Ulm! Johann Zainer, ein Bruder des Augsburger Druckers Günther Zainer, stammte wie dieser aus Reutlingen. Auch er ist vor seiner Druckertätigkeit in Straßburg gewesen und hat dort seine Frau gefunden. Seine Druckerwerkstätte bekundet diese Verwandtschaft. Seine älteste Textschrift ist eine ziemlich getreue Nachbildung von Günther Zainers Type 1 - natürlich nicht ohne einige kleine Eigenheiten (h). (Haebler 1927, S. 70f). [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-09 11:47:13
Bartholomäus de Sancto Concordio (Pisanus):
Augsburg, Günther Zainer, 1475. Type 2, 4. Zweispaltiges, 60-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit 3-zeiliger Holzschnittlombarde. Festes Papier. Gering fleckig und im äußeren Randbereich gebräunt. Wasserzeichen: siebenblättrige Blume. Blattgröße: 28,8 x 40,5 cm. Incunabula text leaf. Im Rand des Blattes befindet sich, nahe derTextspalte, ein dreizeiliger Abdruck eines Druckwerkteiles (Teilabdruck einer Type?). Ein Bild des Inkunabelblattes wird gerne auf Wunsch per email zugesandt.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-09 11:15:10
Lübeck Lukas Brandis 5 August Type 1, 1475. Zweispaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einem Holzschnitt (5,7 x 6 cm), 4-zeiligen roten Lombarden, rotgestrichenen Versalen und Rubriken. Wasserzeichen: P. Blattgröße: 27,5 x 36,5 cm. Sauberes und festes Blatt. Incunabula woodcut text leaf. Das Bild zeigt nur den Holzschnitt, das Blatt ist vollständig erhalten. "Lucas Brandis aus Delitzsch, der 1473 und 1474 in Merseburg tätig war, vollendete als Erstdrucker Lübecks, am 5. August 1475 in Lübeck sein Hauptwerk, Rudimentum novitiorum, eine sehr umfangreiche, auf Kompilation beruhende, wahrscheinlich von einem Geistlichen verfasste Weltchronik von 474 Blättern [Hain 4996], die mit einer kräftigen rundgotischen, den Einfluss der Typen Peter Schöffers verratenden Schrift gedruckt ." ist. (Geldner 1968 I, 208f). Bogeng bezeichnet die "Epitoma Historiarum ac Chronicarum dictum: Rudimentum Novitiorum" als Brandis "Buchdruckermeisterstück". (Bogeng, Geschichte der Buchdruckerkunst 1973, 345). Frühes Blatt, zu Beginn des Buchdruckes in Lübeck, in gutem Zustand auf festem Papier First edition of this comprehensive history of the world derived from the Bible, the Church Fathers, pagan mythology and compilations such as that of Vincent of Beauvais, offering the basics of historical knowledge to young clerics. For the chronological arrangement use has been made of genealogical charts which are illustrated with portraits and scenes, including the first printed map of the world. The Rudimentum served as the primary source for Rolewinck's Fasciculus temporum for the more recent events. A volumi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-08 21:18:28
Köln, Konrad Winters, um 1475. Type 1. Zweispaltiges, 42-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt auf festem Papier. Blatt mit drei 2-zeiligen Lombarden, rotgestrichenen Versalbuchstaben und roter Blattüberschrift "Zacha rias". Blattgröße: 26,8 x 20,5 cm. Konrad Winters von Homberg war ein Geselle von Ulrich Zell. Er gründete um 1472 seine eigene Druckerei und seine Typen verraten die Herkunft aus der Werkstatt des Kölner Erstdruckers Zell.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-06 10:41:45
Lübeck Lukas Brandis 5 August Type 1, 1475. Zweispaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einem Holzschnitt 4 x 4,5 cm, zwei 4-zeiligen roten Lombarden, rotgestrichenen Versalen und Rubriken. Blattgröße: 27,5 x 36,5 cm. Sauberes und festes Blatt. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. "Lucas Brandis aus Delitzsch, der 1473 und 1474 in Merseburg tätig war, vollendete als Erstdrucker Lübecks, am 5. August 1475 in Lübeck sein Hauptwerk, Rudimentum novitiorum, eine sehr umfangreiche, auf Kompilation beruhende, wahrscheinlich von einem Geistlichen verfasste Weltchronik von 474 Blättern [Hain 4996], die mit einer kräftigen rundgotischen, den Einfluss der Typen Peter Schöffers verratenden Schrift gedruckt ." ist. (Geldner 1968 I, 208f). Bogeng bezeichnet die "Epitoma Historiarum ac Chronicarum dictum: Rudimentum Novitiorum" als Brandis "Buchdruckermeisterstück". (Bogeng, Geschichte der Buchdruckerkunst 1973, 345). Frühes Blatt, zu Beginn des Buchdruckes in Lübeck, in gutem Zustand auf festem Papier First edition of this comprehensive history of the world derived from the Bible, the Church Fathers, pagan mythology and compilations such as that of Vincent of Beauvais, offering the basics of historical knowledge to young clerics. For the chronological arrangement use has been made of genealogical charts which are illustrated with portraits and scenes, including the first printed map of the world. The Rudimentum served as the primary source for Rolewinck's Fasciculus temporum for the more recent events. A voluminous and complicated production. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-05 07:31:33
Nürnberg Anton Koberger 16 November Type 2, 1475. Zweispaltiges, 48-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einer 3-zeiligen roten und blauen Lombarde. Blatt sauber und auf klanghellem Papier, breitrandiges Exemplar. Blattgröße: 27,3 x 40 cm. Incunable leaf
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-03 00:22:42
[Illuminated Manuscript]
France: np, 1475. June calendar leaf from a 15th century French Book of Hours on vellum. Large initials open the page in burnished gold, red and blue, and white tracery. Calendar presents saints' days for June. The text is written in a gothic script in black ink with important saints' days written in red. Minor marginal discoloration to back (verso). A beautiful leaf!Size: 149 x 112 mm (approx. 5.8 x 4.3 inches). Very Good.
Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company
2017-05-03 00:22:42
[Illuminated Manuscript]
Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company [USA]
2017-05-03 00:22:42
Illuminated Manuscript]
np, France, 1475. April calendar leaf from a 15th century French Book of Hours on vellum. Large initials open the page in burnished gold, red and blue, and white tracery. Calendar presents saints' days for April. The text is written in a gothic script in black ink with important saints' days written in red. Minor marginal discoloration. A beautiful leaf! Size: 149 x 112 mm (approx. 5.8 x 4.3 inches). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Manhattan Rare Book Company, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-05-03 00:22:42
[Illuminated Manuscript]
France: np, 1475. 1st Edition. April calendar leaf from a 15th century French Book of Hours on vellum. Large initials open the page in burnished gold, red and blue, and white tracery. Calendar presents saints' days for April. The text is written in a gothic script in black ink with important saints' days written in red. Minor marginal discoloration. A beautiful leaf! Size: 149 x 112 mm (approx. 5.8 x 4.3 inches). Very Good.
Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company [USA]
2017-05-03 00:21:24
[Illuminated Manuscript]
France: np, 1475. Calendar leaf (August) from a 15th century French Psalter. Text written in a fine batarde hand in brown-black and red ink on vellum. Lovely large initial in burnished gold with red & blue. Gold floral design emanates from the initial.Size: 100 x 72 mm (approx 4.0 x 2.9 inches). Very Good.
Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company
2017-04-26 15:30:30
Bartholomaeus de Sancto Concordio (Pisanus).
[Augsburg, Günther Zainer, 1475]. - Vermutlich dritte Ausgabe, hier in der Variante ohne das 15-zeilige Kolophon am Ende der letzten Spalte. - Es fehlen die beiden nn. Registerbll. am Anfang (liegen in Kopie bei). Das vorliegende Exemplar beginnt somit mit dem nn. Bl. I („Modus legendi abbreviatorum"), gefolgt von den num. Bll. II-CLXXXX. - „Das Werk weicht von der systematischen Ordnung ab, indem es alphabetisch gegliedert ist. Sie ist sehr eingehend, entwickelt eine reiche juristische Casuistik und war, wie die Masse der Handschriften zeigt, im 14. und 15. Jahrhundert eines der beliebtesten Bücher" (Schulte II, 429). - Einband (bes. Deckeln) beschabt u. an den Rändern stärker bestoßen (Bezug hier tlw. m. Fehlstellen). Rücken u. Vorderdeckel m. Bibl.-Nummernschildchen. Innendeckel gestempelt. Vereinzelt alte Marginalien. Schwach fleckig (nur wenige Bll. etw. stärker braunfleckig). - Insgesamt schönes Exemplar auf starkem Papier; am Ende mit einer eigenh. Anmerkung des Rubrikators. - GW 3453; Hain 2528; Pell 1893; BSB-Ink B-115; Proctor 1546; Günther 164; BMC II, 322; Goff B-172. la Gewicht in Gramm: 4000 Fol. Mit zahlr. tlw. größeren, durchg. in Rot kolor. Holzschn.-Initialen sowie durchg. in Rot rubriziert. 190 (statt 192) num. Bll. (Rom. Typ., 2 Kol., 56-60 Zeilen), Späterer HLdr.-Bd. (wohl des 18. Jhds.) a. 4 Bünden m. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Rotschnitt. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
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2017-04-24 20:04:01
Gardiner, Samuel Rawson
London, Goupil & Co. 4to. V + (1) + 216 + (1) s. Frontispiece i farger. Billedplansjer. Fint samt. skinnbd. med fem opph. bind. Ryggdekor i gull. Topp gullsnitt. (Henry Sotheran Ltd). . . Nr. 725 av 1475 numm. eks.
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat [NO]
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