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2019-07-29 20:22:19
Venise: Francoise Renner et Nicolas de Francfort, 1476. Folio (29 x 21cm). The second latin bible produced in Venice and only the fourth bible printed in Italy. Text in double columns, 51 lines, 453 leaves. Complete copy with the exception of the first and last blanks, and the final printed leaf (supplied in old MS) being the last page of the 'Interpretationes Hebraicorum' which forms the final section, in three columns, of the volume, after the Apocalypsis. The colophon present, giving printers & date, being the last leaf of the Apocolypsis. A very pleasant copy, the capitals supplied by hand in red & blue, the first ornate. Occasional staining first few leaves front & rear and a handful of blank margin repairs. A few later (17th C?) MS annotations in the margins. A couple of minor worm tracks affecting the margins of the first 60 leaves or so, but quite unobtrusive. Otherwise a clean, fresh & well margined copy bound in 17th or 18thC calf with metal bosses & leather clasps. Old pencil note from Bernard Quaritch, bookseller, to final endpaper. VG. [HC 3063; BMC V 193; Polain 645; Copinger 27; Brunet I 873].
Bookseller: Colin Page Books [Storrington, United Kingdom]
2019-07-29 18:34:28
GRITSCH, Johannes [pseudo-; Gritsch, Conradus]
1476. GRITSCH, Johannes [pseudo-; Gritsch, Conradus]. Quadragesimale [Ulm], Johann Zainer, [14]76. Royal folio (405 x 275mm). 269 leaves (of 271, without blanks). Gothic letters, double-column text of 50 lines. Exquisite and extremely rare decorative woodcut border on the first leaf of text, very uncommon in printed version as this sort of foliation in early printed books was usually illuminated or rubricated by hand. Numerous fine and sumptuous 10-line printed initials at the beginning of each sermon. Smaller 3-line initials in the last section of the book. The opening border as well as the decorative printed initials have not been coloured, as was customary for other copies of the same work. Manuscript corrections to the misnumbering of the early numerical quiring printed in the centre at the head of the leaves. A few marginalia throughout. Early inscription at the top left corner of the upper pastedown regarding the influence of the moon over sea levels; and the unfortunate conjunction of Jupiter and Mars according to Albertus Magnus (see, Philosophia Pauperum, XXV). Early handwritten title in ink to the fore edge. Watermarks featuring a bull¬ís head and a flower clearly visible on both pastedowns. Some very small wormholes evenly scattered on first and final leaves, not affecting the text, and negligible soiling and thumb marks on page margins. Bound in contemporary Landshut blind-stamped pigskin over thick wooden boards [EBDB w000032]. Front cover magnificently decorated with tools showing deer, dragons, rampant lions, flowers and floral motifs on four concentric panels … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2019-07-29 11:34:17
Venise: Francois Renner et Nicolas de Francfort, 1476. Folio (29x21cm). The second latin bible produced in Venice and only the fourth bible printed in Italy. Text in double columns, 51 lines. 453 leaves. Complete copy with the exception of the first & last blanks, and the final printed leaf (supplied in old MS) being the last page of the 'Interpretationes Hebraicorum' which forms the final section, in three columns, of the volume, after the Apocalypsis. The colophon present, giving printers & date, being the last leaf of The Apocolypsis. A very pleasant copy, the capitals supplied in hand in red & blue, the first ornate. Occasional staining first few leaves front & rear, and a handful of neat blank margin repairs. A few later (17th C?) MS annotations in the margins. A couple of minor worm tracks affecting the first 60 leaves or so, but quite unobtrusive. Otherwise a clean & fresh & well margined copy bound in 17th or 18th C calf with metal bosses & leather clasps. Old pencil note from Bernard Quarich, bookseller, to final endpaper. VG. [HC 3063; BMC V 193; Polain 645; Copinger 27; Brunet I 873].
Bookseller: Colin Page Books [Storrington, United Kingdom]
2019-07-28 20:34:36
Sachs, Hans
1476. 8, 4 Bl., 1 Titelholzschnitt, Geheftet, Etwas fleckig Vgl. VD 16, S 225 u. Goedeke II, 430. - Der Holzschnitt (von Erhard Schön) auf dem Titel zeigt 3 Putti inmitten von Rosenranken, die damit beschäftigt sind, deren Blätter zu pflücken und in Körbe zu sammeln. Das allegorische Reimgedicht - ein Gespräch zwischen einem Bauern und einer Nachtigal basiert auf der Aesop-Übertragung von Heinrich Steinhöwels die 1476 in Ulm gedruckt wurde.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-07-28 01:25:41
TORQUEMADA, Juan de
Augsburg: Anton Sorg, 1476. Fourth edition of Cardinal Juan de Torquemada's treatise on holy water. In chapter five of the treatise, Torquemada remarks on aqua benedicta as a medical philter, one particularly effective as a fertility agent, as prophylaxis against plague and sickness, and as a remedy for melancholy and insanity. R. W. Scribner notes that Torquemada separates the potential effects of holy water into three categories, the third of which is devoted to its physical efficacy:"Four of its effects were spiritual or moral: recalling the heart from earthly things, remitting venial sin, as preparation for prayer, or for doing good works. Two were psychic or psychological: purifying the mind from fantasies and driving out impure spirits. The last four were a matter of direct physical efficacy: removing infertility in humans and animals, encouraging fertility in all earthly things, repelling pestilence, and protecting against sickness." [Scribner, R. W. "Cosmic Order and Daily Life: Sacred and Secular in Pre-Industrial German Society," Popular Culture and Popular Movements in Reformation Germany. London & Ronceverte: Hambledon Press, 1987, p 12. ]Torquemada's treatise, composed during the Council of Basel in 1437, was a response to accusations of heresy leveled by the Pope at exiled Wycliffite Peter Payne, leader of the Bohemian reformers known as the Orphans. Payne absconded, but was captured two years later, imprisoned, then successfully ransomed by the Taborites, with whom he quickly allied himself. In recent decades the Tractatus de efficacia aquae benedictae has be … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: W. S. Cotter Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-04-26 15:37:05
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Günther Zainer, 1476. Very good and complete original condition. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE PART II OF THE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE NOT AFTER 1476 BASEL, BERTHOLD RUPPEL IN VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC BINDING SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE BASLE INCUNABLE IN LATE GOTHIC BINDING FROM THE MONASTERY GERODE IN EICHSFELD (THURINGIA) AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Second part from two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Berthold Ruppel, Basle, not after 1476. Without printing place and colophon. The Erfurt copy has an owner's note from 1477 and the BSB copy from 1476, which means that today the printing date "not after 1476" is considered to have been saved. CONTENT Third edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-century, the first five appeared in Germany, suggesting that the manuscripts quickly found their way to Nuremberg, where it is quite possible that the celebrated humanist, physician and bibliophile Hartmann Schedel had something to do with seeing the formidable tomes into print." (Notes on the bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis, Rhodes, p. 238). The first edition were published about one year before at Johann Sensenschmidt and Heinrich Kefer in Nuremberg on April 8 1473. The Pantheologia attributed by Rainer of Pisa is a complete compilation of the entire theologi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Saxony, DE]
2019-03-27 13:34:12
Plinius Secundus
Stephanus Corallus, 1476. An early incunabula edition of the first encyclopedia of the whole nature, printed in Parma. Royal folio (382 x 253 mm). Finely printed in Roman Type. 356 leaves (of 358, lacks first and last blanks). 50 lines to a full page, with wide margins. Contemporary penwork initials by a Dutch artist, including 37 12-line initials opening each book, of red, blue, and green with red or purple penwork infill and marginal extensions, some with grotesque or reversed ornaments, 2-line Lombard initials in alternating red and blue, red paragraph marks and capital strokes, catchword on each leaf. 18th century full calf gilt, gilt coat-of-arms on sides, spine gilt in 7 compartments, gilt-lettered morocco spine label. A very fine example, in unusually good state, of a rare incunable. Fifth Edition (first edition: Venice, 1469), reprinted from the edition of Jenson, Venice, 1472. This is not only one of the earliest books printed at the second press at Parma, but also one of the most splendid monuments of early Italian typography. There were only fourteen books issued from the press of Stephanus Corallus, of Lyon, who worked at Parma about six years. The book is of interest to the student of the history of medicine. It is also, in a certain way, of interest to the collector of Americana, as Columbus in his journals, letters and writings, not only shows a great familiarity with Pliny, but he also annotated an edition of the same, which is still in existence. On the whole, the work is an inexhaustible storehouse of information. The Historia Naturalis ("Natural History") … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanderus Antiquariaat [Gent, Belgium]
2019-03-13 21:11:34
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Günther Zainer, 1476. Very good and complete original condition. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE PART II OF THE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE NOT AFTER 1476 BASEL, BERTHOLD RUPPEL IN VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC BINDING SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE BASLE INCUNABLE IN LATE GOTHIC BINDING FROM THE MONASTERY GERODE IN EICHSFELD (THURINGIA) AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Second part from two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Berthold Ruppel, Basle, not after 1476. Without printing place and colophon. The Erfurt copy has an owner's note from 1477 and the BSB copy from 1476, which means that today the printing date "not after 1476" is considered to have been saved. CONTENT Third edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-century, the first five appeared in Germany, suggesting that the manuscripts quickly found their way to Nuremberg, where it is quite possible that the celebrated humanist, physician and bibliophile Hartmann Schedel had something to do with seeing the formidable tomes into print." (Notes on the bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis, Rhodes, p. 238). The first edition were published about one year before at Johann Sensenschmidt and Heinrich Kefer in Nuremberg on April 8 1473. The Pantheologia attributed by Rainer of Pisa is a complete compilation of the entire theologi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Saxony, DE]
2019-03-09 21:06:25
PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Gaius.
(In fine, verso f.414:) Opus Nicolai Iansonis Gallici impressum anno salutis. M:CCCCLXXVI: Venetiis: (Venezia, Nicolaus Jenson, 1476). in-folio gr. (426x273 mm), 415 ff. (primo e ultimo bianchi presenti, la segnatura O è di soli 9 fogli). Con annotazioni manoscritte coeve in alcunui margini. Legatura coeva in pieno cuoio decorata a secco con variate bordure a filetti e fiorami sui piatti, dorso a nervi con decorazione di filetti a secco incrociati. Prima edizione in volgare, ed in qualsiasi lingua moderna, del sommo testo scientifico dell'antichità. Com'è noto, trattasi della maggiore opera di Plinio (Como 24 d.C. - Stabia 79), pubblicata nell'anno 77 e dedicata all'imperatore Tito; poderosa enciclopedia in 37 libri, inesauribile miniera di notizie scientifiche e curiosità che conferì al suo autore un ruolo predominante fra gli enciclopedisti, stimatissimo, dal Medioevo sino ai giorni nostri. Il Landino (1424-1492) fece questa traduzione, come apprendiamo dalla dedica, ad istanza di Ferdinando I d'Aragona, e non la terminò prima dell'Agosto 1470. Seppur non priva di errori, evidenziati dal Poliziano e da Pico, questa versione fu ristampata numerose volte fino alla metà del XVI secolo. Poderoso monumento tipografico, impresso nello splendido carattere tondo del Jenson, che già aveva dato alle stampe il testo latino nel 1472. Prezioso incunabolo scientifico in italiano. E' curioso notare che, delle almeno 46 edizioni della Historia naturalis che apparvero nel XV secolo, nessuna fu impressa fuori dell'Italia. Esemplare di eccezionale pregio e bellezza, a margini interi assai a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-03-03 16:06:10
1476. Kostenloser Versand Innerhalb Deutschlands eBay Shop Kontakt Bewertungen Neueste Artikel Endende Artikel Newsletter INKUNABEL JUDAICA Nicolaus de Ausmo Druck von 1476 SEHR SCHÖNES ORIGINAL!! Auf Lager, sofort lieferbar 1.800,00 € Der Betrag enthält 7 % MwSt. Zahlungsmethoden: PayPal oder Überweisung Jetzt kaufen Frage stellen Beobachten Seltenes und Schönes Ausgewählte antiquarische Bücher Ausschließlich originale Graphik Faire Preise Fortlaufend interessante Neueingänge Wir kaufen ständig bundesweit große Bibliotheken, Sammlungen und interessante Einzelstücke zu Höchstpreisen. Von Montag bis Freitag erfolgt der Versand nach Zahlungseingang bis 14 Uhr noch am gleichen Tag. Beschreibung Bezahlung & Versand Produktbeschreibung Es handelt sich um den Anhang zu Nicolaus de Ausmo, Supplementum Summae Pisanellae et Canones ... (Nur der Anhang!), erschienen in Venedig, 1476. Dieser Anhang ist in dieser Ausgabe bei Fr. Renner de Heilbronn und Nicolaus de Frankfordia zum ersten Mal beigegeben. HC 2155; BMC V, 193; Goff N 67; Pell 1629; BSB Ink. N. 72; nicht bei Pol. u. Voull. Enthält: Alexander de Nevo. Contra iudaeos fenerantes. 27,3 x 19,7 cm. 22 nicht numerierte Blatt. Lateinscher Text über die Juden und den Wucher. Eleganter zweispaltiger Druck mit vielen hübschen Initialen und Blau mit rotem Federwerk bzw. in Rot mit lila Federwerk. Durchgehend gelb rubriziert. Breitrandiges und sauberes Exemplar. Nur ganz vereinzelt im weissen Rand minimal stockfleckig, erste und letzte Seite etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig, inesgesamt ein aussergewöhnlich gut erhaltenes Exemplar!! In e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Oldenburger Antiquariat (views-maps) [Oldenburg, DE]
2019-02-21 19:56:48
Kostenloser Versand Innerhalb Deutschlands eBay Shop Kontakt Bewertungen Neueste Artikel Endende Artikel Newsletter INKUNABEL JUDAICA Nicolaus de Ausmo Druck von 1476 SEHR SCHÖNES ORIGINAL!! Auf Lager, sofort lieferbar 1.800,00 € Der Betrag enthält 7 % MwSt. Zahlungsmethoden: PayPal oder Überweisung Jetzt kaufen Frage stellen Beobachten Seltenes und Schönes Ausgewählte antiquarische Bücher Ausschließlich originale Graphik Faire Preise Fortlaufend interessante Neueingänge Wir kaufen ständig bundesweit große Bibliotheken, Sammlungen und interessante Einzelstücke zu Höchstpreisen. Von Montag bis Freitag erfolgt der Versand nach Zahlungseingang bis 14 Uhr noch am gleichen Tag. Beschreibung Bezahlung & Versand Produktbeschreibung Es handelt sich um den Anhang zu Nicolaus de Ausmo, Supplementum Summae Pisanellae et Canones ... (Nur der Anhang!), erschienen in Frankfurt, 1476. Dieser Anhang ist in dieser Ausgabe bei Fr. Renner zum ersten Mal beigegeben. HC 2155; BMC V, 193; Goff N 67; Pell 1629; BSB Ink. N. 72; nicht bei Pol. u. Voull. Enthält: Alexander de Nevo. Contra iudaeos fenerantes. 22 nicht numerierte Blatt. Lateinscher Text über die Juden und den Wucher. Eleganter zweispaltiger Druck mit vielen hübschen Initialen und Blau mit rotem Federwerk bzw. in Rot mit lila Federwerk. Durchgehend gelb rubriziert. Breitrandiges und sauberes Exemplar. Nur ganz vereinzelt im weissen Rand minimal stockfleckig, erste und letzte Seite etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig, inesgesamt ein aussergewöhnlich gut erhaltenes Exemplar!! In einem modernen Pappband, dieser beschädigt (Vorderdeckel lose) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Oldenburger Antiquariat [Oldenburg, DE]
2019-02-10 06:28:58
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Günther Zainer, 1476. Very good and complete original condition. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE PART II OF THE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE NOT AFTER 1476 BASEL, BERTHOLD RUPPEL IN VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC BINDING SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE BASLE INCUNABLE IN LATE GOTHIC BINDING FROM THE MONASTERY GERODE IN EICHSFELD (THURINGIA) AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Second part from two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Berthold Ruppel, Basle, not after 1476. Without printing place and colophon. The Erfurt copy has an owner's note from 1477 and the BSB copy from 1476, which means that today the printing date "not after 1476" is considered to have been saved. CONTENT Third edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-century, the first five appeared in Germany, suggesting that the manuscripts quickly found their way to Nuremberg, where it is quite possible that the celebrated humanist, physician and bibliophile Hartmann Schedel had something to do with seeing the formidable tomes into print." (Notes on the bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis, Rhodes, p. 238). The first edition were published about one year before at Johann Sensenschmidt and Heinrich Kefer in Nuremberg on April 8 1473. The Pantheologia attributed by Rainer of Pisa is a complete compilation of the entire theologi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2019-01-30 18:10:02
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476 ) Rom
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rom; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1490. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Tear on the left side perfectly restored, printed on two sheets and joined together; - size (in cm): 34 x 53; - description : Map shows trapezoid northwest Africa, Algeria, Arocco and Mauretania.Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the right side.; - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions from Subiaco are of particular importance, because they abandon the Blacklet … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-01-30 18:10:01
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476 ) Rom
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rom; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1478. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 29 x 55,5; - description : Map shows the total northern part of the African continent with the Arabian Peninsula.Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the right side.; - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions from Subiaco are of particular importance, because they abandon the Blackletter of the early German books. In Italy, Roman characte … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-01-30 18:10:01
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476 ) Rom
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rom; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1478. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 28 x 54,5; - description : Map shows the northern part of Africa withTunesia, Alegeria and Egypt.Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the right side.; - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions from Subiaco are of particular importance, because they abandon the Blackletter of the early German books. In Italy, Roman characters were demanded … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-01-19 19:08:14
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476 ) Rom
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rom; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1478. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Tear on lower part perfectly restored; - size (in cm): 38 x 51; - description : Map shows Mongolia and North China in trapezoid.Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones.; - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions from Subiaco are of particular importance, because they abandon the Blackletter of the early German books. In Italy, Roman characters were demanded. Pannartz and Sweinheim, however, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-01-19 14:41:49
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476 ) Rom
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rom; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1478. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition, printed on two sheets and joined together; - size (in cm): 37 x 56; - description : Beautiful and very early map of Asia Minor, Turkey, Cyprus and neighbouring regions.Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country, on the frame side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the right side.; - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions from Subiaco are of particular importance, because they abandon the Blacklett … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-01-11 06:58:27
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Günther Zainer. Very good and complete original condition. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE PART II OF THE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE NOT AFTER 1476 BASEL, BERTHOLD RUPPEL IN VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC BINDING SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE BASLE INCUNABLE IN LATE GOTHIC BINDING FROM THE MONASTERY GERODE IN EICHSFELD (THURINGIA) AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Second part from two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Berthold Ruppel, Basle, not after 1476. Without printing place and colophon. The Erfurt copy has an owner's note from 1477 and the BSB copy from 1476, which means that today the printing date "not after 1476" is considered to have been saved. CONTENT Third edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-century, the first five appeared in Germany, suggesting that the manuscripts quickly found their way to Nuremberg, where it is quite possible that the celebrated humanist, physician and bibliophile Hartmann Schedel had something to do with seeing the formidable tomes into print." (Notes on the bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis, Rhodes, p. 238). The first edition were published about one year before at Johann Sensenschmidt and Heinrich Kefer in Nuremberg on April 8 1473. The Pantheologia attributed by Rainer of Pisa is a complete compilation of the entire theological kn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-12-12 21:58:23
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Günther Zainer. Very good and complete original condition. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE PART II OF THE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE NOT AFTER 1476 BASEL, BERTHOLD RUPPEL IN VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC BINDING SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE BASLE INCUNABLE IN LATE GOTHIC BINDING FROM THE MONASTERY GERODE IN EICHSFELD (THURINGIA) AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Second part from two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Berthold Ruppel, Basle, not after 1476. Without printing place and colophon. The Erfurt copy has an owner's note from 1477 and the BSB copy from 1476, which means that today the printing date "not after 1476" is considered to have been saved. CONTENT Third edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-century, the first five appeared in Germany, suggesting that the manuscripts quickly found their way to Nuremberg, where it is quite possible that the celebrated humanist, physician and bibliophile Hartmann Schedel had something to do with seeing the formidable tomes into print." (Notes on the bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis, Rhodes, p. 238). The first edition were published about one year before at Johann Sensenschmidt and Heinrich Kefer in Nuremberg on April 8 1473. The Pantheologia attributed by Rainer of Pisa is a complete compilation of the entire theological kn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-11-11 21:53:25
Rainerius de Pisis
Günther Zainer. Very good and complete original condition. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE PART II OF THE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE NOT AFTER 1476 BASEL, BERTHOLD RUPPEL IN VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC BINDING SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE BASLE INCUNABLE IN LATE GOTHIC BINDING FROM THE MONASTERY GERODE IN EICHSFELD (THURINGIA) AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Second part from two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Berthold Ruppel, Basle, not after 1476. Without printing place and colophon. The Erfurt copy has an owner's note from 1477 and the BSB copy from 1476, which means that today the printing date "not after 1476" is considered to have been saved. CONTENT Third edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-century, the first five appeared in Germany, suggesting that the manuscripts quickly found their way to Nuremberg, where it is quite possible that the celebrated humanist, physician and bibliophile Hartmann Schedel had something to do with seeing the formidable tomes into print." (Notes on the bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis, Rhodes, p. 238). The first edition were published about one year before at Johann Sensenschmidt and Heinrich Kefer in Nuremberg on April 8 1473. The Pantheologia attributed by Rainer of Pisa is a complete compilation of the entire theological knowledge of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-10-30 08:03:45
Livius Titus
Rome apud Sanctum Marcum (Vitus Puecher) 30 May - 20 July 1476. Three volumes, folio (372x260 mm). I. Collation: [*8, 1-310, 46, 510, 68, 7-910, 108, 11-1410, 15-168, 1710, 188]. [174] leaves, first and last leaves blank. II: Collation: [*12, 1-510, 612, 76, 814, 9-1210, 138, 146, 1512, 1610, 176]. [176] leaves, first and last leaves blank. III: Collation: [*10, 1-310, 48, 5-610, 7-88, 9-1410, 158]. [152] leaves. Text in two columns, 55 lines. Type: 98R. On the opening leaf of each volume contemporary white vinestem two-side border on green, blue and crimson ground with clusters of gold-rayed discs at the extremities, including a five-line illuminated initial in gold on vinestem ground; on the lower panel laurel wreath with empty shield, surrounded by gold- rayed discs. Numerous penwork initials alternately in red or blue, with extensions in red, blue or violet. Contemporary, possibly Florentine, uniform binding, with light variants in tooling of the covers. Hazel brown goatskin over wooden boards, panelled in blind with fillets and borders of foliate motifs. The central spaces filled with small tools in geometrical pattern. At the centre of the covers of the third volume an eight-point star, decorated with knotwork motif. Brass clasps preserved (four in the first two volumes, three in the third one), cornerpieces. Spines with four large raised bands, title inked on parchment label. Parchment pastedowns and flyleaves. Minor losses to the spines. In modern brown boxes. A very fine set, printed on strong paper. Light foxing and browning in places; a few pale fingermarks.Prove … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-29 16:01:03
Regiomontanus Johannes
Venice Bernhard Maler, Peter Loeslein and Erhard Ratdolt 1476. 4° (270x203 mm). Collation: [18, 210, 314]. [32] leaves. Text in one column, 37 lines. Type: 109R, 50G (for a few words and the letters in the plates). Title-page printed in red and black, within three-sided woodcut border consisting of symmetrical floral and foliate designs, in this copy lavishly illuminated on gold ground. The shield included in the lower panel of the border filled in with a small coat of arms, a standing lion painted in blue; the same coat of arms in larger size and painted on silver ground in the lower margin, within laurel wreath and flanked by two cornucopias. On the same leaf the large initial 'A' printed in red. Fourteen large illuminated initials with acanthus leaves on gold ground. The twenty-four-page Calendar with initials, names of the saints and figures printed in red. Sixty woodcuts depicting the various stages of lunar and solar eclipses (fols. [2]/6-[2]/8; some repeated), many of which are hand coloured in yellow. Four hand-coloured instruments printed on two double sheets glued together: the 'instrvmentvm horarvm inaeqvalivm' (fol. [3]/1r) and the 'instrvmentvm veri motvs lvnae.minve' (fol. [3]/1v) are lacking two moveable volvelles (only a piece of string with a small black pearl and one of silk survive), while both the 'qvadrans horologii horizontalis' (fol. [3]/14r) and the 'qvadratvm horarivm generale' (fol. [3]/14v) include a brass pointer (a portion is missing). Late seventeenth-century calf, over pasteboards. Covers within blind-tooled border. Spine with five small raise … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-13 06:53:07
Rainerius de Pisis
Günther Zainer. Very good and complete original condition. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE PART II OF THE OLDEST THEOLOGICAL ENCYCLOPEDIA "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE NOT AFTER 1476 BASEL, BERTHOLD RUPPEL IN VOLUMINOUS GOTHIC BINDING SUPERB EARLY INCUNABLE BASLE INCUNABLE IN LATE GOTHIC BINDING FROM THE MONASTERY GERODE IN EICHSFELD (THURINGIA) AUTHOR Rainerius de Pisis (1281?-1351) Edited and published by Jacobus Florentinus. Second part from two volumes. TITLE "Pantheologia, sive Summa universae theologiae." PRINTER Berthold Ruppel, Basle, not after 1476. Without printing place and colophon. The Erfurt copy has an owner's note from 1477 and the BSB copy from 1476, which means that today the printing date "not after 1476" is considered to have been saved. CONTENT Third edition of the oldest theological encyclopedia. "Although the author was Italian, it is noticeable that of the six editions printed in the 15th-century, the first five appeared in Germany, suggesting that the manuscripts quickly found their way to Nuremberg, where it is quite possible that the celebrated humanist, physician and bibliophile Hartmann Schedel had something to do with seeing the formidable tomes into print." (Notes on the bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis, Rhodes, p. 238). The first edition were published about one year before at Johann Sensenschmidt and Heinrich Kefer in Nuremberg on April 8 1473. The Pantheologia attributed by Rainer of Pisa is a complete compilation of the entire theological knowledge of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-10-12 08:31:21
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476) Rome
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rome; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1478. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfectly restoration on the outer right margin, printed on two sheet, joined together; - size (in cm): 37,5 x 53; - description: Map shows trapezoid the former area of Sarmatia, Russia and Ukrain with the Peninsula Krim and the black sea with the neighbouring countries. Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the right side. - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-10-12 08:31:21
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476) Rome
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rome; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1478. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfectly restored tear on lower margin, printed on two sheets joned together; - size (in cm): 35,5 x 50; - description: Map shows trapezoid the former area of Sarmatia, Russia and Ukrain with the Peninsula Krim and the black sea with the neighbouring countries. Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions from Subiaco are of particular importance, bec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-10-04 07:15:35
Emile Legrand
France: Hardcover: VG L'Ecole Des Langues Orientales Vivantes, reprint. Bookplate on front end paper of each volume. Legrand, Emile. Bibliographie Hellenique (11 Volume Set) : Ou Description Raisonnee Des Ouvrages Publies En Grec Par Des Grecs: 1476-1600 Volumes I-IV, 1601-1700 Volumes I-V, 1701-1790 Volumes I-II. Ernest Leroux, Hardcover: VG. L'Ecole Des Langues Orientales Vivantes, reprint. Bookplate on front end paper of each volume.
Bookseller: bookrack [Pembroke, Massachusetts, US]
2018-10-01 08:03:52
Rainerius de Pisis
Augsburg: Günther Zainer, 1476. Very good and complete original condition.
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-06-05 06:21:16
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476) Rome
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rome; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1478. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 29 x 55,5; - description: Map shows the total northern part of the African continent with the Arabian Peninsula.Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the right side. - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions from Subiaco are of particular importance, because they abandon the Blackletter of the early German books. In Italy, Roman charact … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-05 06:21:16
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476) Rome
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rome; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1478. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Tear on lower part perfectly restored; - size (in cm): 38 x 51; - description: Map shows Mongolia and North China in trapezoid.Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions from Subiaco are of particular importance, because they abandon the Blackletter of the early German books. In Italy, Roman characters were demanded. Pannartz and Sweinheim, however … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-04 15:17:54
Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - 1476) Rome
Artist: Ptolemy/Conrad Sweynheym Claudius ( - ) Rome; issued in: Rome; date: ca 1478. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Lower left part, thin paper restoration, printed on two sheets and joined together; - size (in cm): 36,5 x 55; - description: Map shows trapezoid the mediterranean sea with Sardinia, Sicily, Malta and Gozo and the island of Kreta, also the northern part of Africa. Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the right side. - vita of the artist: "Arnold Pannartz and Konrad Sweinheim were two printers of the 15th century.Pannartz died about 1476, Sweinheim in 1477. Pannartz was, perhaps, a native of Prague, and Sweinheim of Eltville near Mainz. Zedler believes (Gutenberg-Forschungen, 1901) that Sweinheim worked at Eltville with Gutenberg in 1461-1464. Whether Pannartz had been connected with Sweinheim in Germany is not known. It is certain that the two brought Gutenberg's invention to Italy.The Benedictine abbey of Subiaco was the cradle of Italian printing. Probably Cardinal Giovanni of Turrecremata, who was Abbot in commendam of Subiaco, summoned the two printers there. They came in 1464. The first book that they printed at Subiaco was a Donatus; it has not, however, been preserved. The first book printed in Italy that is extant was a Cicero, De oratore (now in the Buchgewerbehaus at Leipzig), issued in September, 1465. It was followed by Lactantius, De divinis institutionibus, in October, 1465, and Augustine's De civitate Dei (1467). These four impressions from … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-03-21 15:05:08
BIBLIA LATINA
Venice: Nicolaus Jenson, 1476. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Chancery folio (310 × 220 mm). Incomplete with 402 (of 470) unnumbered leaves only. Lacking blank leaves a1 and H10, lacking first 12 text leaves (signatures a2 to b3), these supplied from a copy of the 1481 Leonardus Wild 58-lines bible (leaves remargined), bound without the final 48 leaves of register (interpretationes nominum hebraicorum). Missing leaves O1 and O10 supplied in neat contemporary manuscript. Text in double columns, 52 lines per column. Initial capitals rubricated in red or blue, a few initials in blue with additional red pen-work. Title and imprint from colophon, leaf Q12v: "Biblia impressa Venetijs opera atq[ue] impensa Nicolai Ienson Gallici .M. cccc. lxxvj." Signatures: a-z10 (-a1-10, -b1-3) [et]10 [con]10 [rum]10 (-rum9-10), A-L10 (-H10 blank), M12 (-M1), N-P10 (-O1, -O10), Q12 (-Q3). Occasional ink annotations and markings. Some old paper repairs of tears. Light even browning of text, several marginal waterstains, occasional minor spotting and soiling, two leaves torn with partial loss of text (this supplied in neat manuscript). Bound in 17th century full vellum, spine lettered in manuscript. Except for the missing leaves a still very good and wide-margined copy. ---- Formatting the Word of God 11.2; Goff B-547; GW 4222; BMC V 176 (IB.16965); BSB-Ink B-424; Bod-inc B-256. - FIRST JENSON EDITION. His copy text was the 1475 Venice edition of Franciscus Renner (Goff B-541), and so included all the additional prologues first appearing in that edition. The "Interpretationes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2018-03-20 17:23:25
BIBLIA LATINA
Venice: Nicolaus Jenson, 1476. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Chancery folio (310 × 220 mm). Incomplete with 402 (of 470) unnumbered leaves only. Lacking blank leaves a1 and H10, lacking first 12 text leaves (signatures a2 to b3), these supplied from a copy of the 1481 Leonardus Wild 58-lines bible (leaves remargined), bound without the final 48 leaves of register (interpretationes nominum hebraicorum). Missing leaves O1 and O10 supplied in neat contemporary manuscript. Text in double columns, 52 lines per column. Initial capitals rubricated in red or blue, a few initials in blue with additional red pen-work. Title and imprint from colophon, leaf Q12v: "Biblia impressa Venetijs opera atq[ue] impensa Nicolai Ienson Gallici .M. cccc. lxxvj." Signatures: a-z10 (-a1-10, -b1-3) [et]10 [con]10 [rum]10 (-rum9-10), A-L10 (-H10 blank), M12 (-M1), N-P10 (-O1, -O10), Q12 (-Q3). Occasional ink annotations and markings. Some old paper repairs of tears. Light even browning of text, several marginal waterstains, occasional minor spotting and soiling, two leaves torn with partial loss of text (this supplied in neat manuscript). Bound in 17th century full vellum, spine lettered in manuscript. Except for the missing leaves a still very good and wide-margined copy. ---- Formatting the Word of God 11.2; Goff B-547; GW 4222; BMC V 176 (IB.16965); BSB-Ink B-424; Bod-inc B-256. - FIRST JENSON EDITION. His copy text was the 1475 Venice edition of Franciscus Renner (Goff B-541), and so included all the additional prologues first appearing in that edition. The "Interpretationes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2018-01-31 15:40:41
Vincentius Bellovacensis, [auch Vincent de Beauvais]
Straßburg, Drucker mit dem bizarren R (Adolf Rusch), nicht nach 1476. Bd. 1 (von 2). Gotico-Antiqua. 367 (statt 370, ohne 2 weiße und das erste Textblatt) nn. Bll. mit 2 Spalten zu je 66 Zeilen durchgehend rubriziert, mit eingemalten Lombarden in Rot und Blau und 6 teils. historisierten Pracht-Initialen (diese von neuer Hand). Erste Ausgabe der umfassendsten und größten Naturenzyklopädie des Mittelalters, verfaßt von dem Dominikaner Vinzenz von Beauvais, sehr selten. - GW M50635. Goff V 292. BSB-Ink. V-206. Amelung, Reutlingen 97. Klebs 1036.1. Stillwell, Science 712. Coppinger 6257. - "Edition princeps. Very rare. Printed by Adolf Rusch in the Strassburg print shop of Johann Mentelin, the date of this first edition of Speculum Naturale (usually given as "not after 1478") was revised according to a purchase date found in the copy of the library of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London. It forms two volumes of the author`s Speculum Maius, which in a complete set of all four parts, is the largest incunabula known, consisting of seven enormous folio volumes, often found bound in ten. Written in the mid-thirteenth century, the Speculum Maius is the greatest and most comprehensive of all the encyclopedias generated in the Middle Ages. It records a very complete overview of all the classical and ecclesiastical knowledge and information available to late medieval man. According to the original plan the work was divided into four main parts dealing respectively with nature, doctrine (science), morality and history (Speculum Naturale, Doctrinale, Morale, Historiale). The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthäus Truppe [Austria]
2018-01-20 18:03:49
BRACCIOLINI POGGIO.
Venezia, Jacques Le Rouge, 8 marzo 1476. In-folio; 115 cc. (assente l'ultima bianca). Grande iniziale miniata in rosso, verde e blu, testo in elegante carattere tondo, numerosi marginalia redatti da Piero Geppi, la cui firma compare, cassata, in calce al colophon, insieme con il suo monogramma e la data 1591. Poche e lievi macchioline marginali, leggera brunitura all'ultimo fascicolo, qualche rinforzo alle carte finali. Legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena, tagli blu. Bell'esemplare. Oltre alla provenienza Geppi, ex libris settecentesco di Francesco Carrara al contropiatto anteriore. Prima edizione degli otto libri della Storia di Poggio Bracciolini (1380-1459), volgarizzata dal terzo figlio, Jacopo (1442-1478), che dedic• questa sua fatica a Federico da Montefeltro. Traduttore anche della Ciropedia di Senofonte e degli Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Jacopo aveva potuto vedere, prima di spegnersi, il proprio volgarizzamento dell'opera paterna dato alle stampe grazie ad un'operazione editoriale promossa a Venezia da Jacques Le Rouge (Jacobus Rubeus), che fece uscire il testo nel marzo 1476, a distanza di pochi giorni dalla pubblicazione dei dodici libri delle Storie fiorentine di Leonardo Bruni tradotti dall'Acciaioli. Questa copia fu attentamente studiata da un membro dei Geppi, una famiglia di mercanti pratesi che nel corso del Cinquecento si leg• al patriziato fiorentino e giunse a controllare la carica di gonfaloniere della citt... d'origine. HC 13172*. IGI 7940. GW M34604. BMC V 215. Goff P873. Martini 83.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum
2018-01-14 17:06:23
BRACCIOLINI POGGIO.
Venezia, Jacques Le Rouge, 8 marzo 1476. In-folio; 115 cc. (assente l'ultima bianca). Grande iniziale miniata in rosso, verde e blu, testo in elegante carattere tondo, numerosi marginalia redatti da Piero Geppi, la cui firma compare, cassata, in calce al colophon, insieme con il suo monogramma e la data 1591. Poche e lievi macchioline marginali, leggera brunitura all'ultimo fascicolo, qualche rinforzo alle carte finali. Legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena, tagli blu. Bell'esemplare. Oltre alla provenienza Geppi, ex libris settecentesco di Francesco Carrara al contropiatto anteriore. Prima edizione degli otto libri della Storia di Poggio Bracciolini (1380-1459), volgarizzata dal terzo figlio, Jacopo (1442-1478), che dedic• questa sua fatica a Federico da Montefeltro. Traduttore anche della Ciropedia di Senofonte e degli Scriptores Historiae Augustae, Jacopo aveva potuto vedere, prima di spegnersi, il proprio volgarizzamento dell'opera paterna dato alle stampe grazie ad un'operazione editoriale promossa a Venezia da Jacques Le Rouge (Jacobus Rubeus), che fece uscire il testo nel marzo 1476, a distanza di pochi giorni dalla pubblicazione dei dodici libri delle Storie fiorentine di Leonardo Bruni tradotti dall'Acciaioli. Questa copia fu attentamente studiata da un membro dei Geppi, una famiglia di mercanti pratesi che nel corso del Cinquecento si leg• al patriziato fiorentino e giunse a controllare la carica di gonfaloniere della citt... d'origine. HC 13172*. IGI 7940. GW M34604. BMC V 215. Goff P873. Martini 83.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-12-19 14:27:04
Aesopus
4. 33 cm. [450], 84 Seiten. Rotbrauner Ganzlederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und Original-Karton in illustriertem Pappschuber. Nummer 292 von 800 Exemplaren der limitierten und nummerierten Erstausgabe. Faksimileausgabe der Inkunabel Ulm, Zeiner, 1476/77. Sehr gutes, neuwertiges Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR
2017-11-22 20:27:29
KENNICOTT BIBLE.
London: Facsimile Edition, 1985, 1476. 2 Vols., folio, one of number 500 copies, the facsimile consists of 922 pages, 238 illuminated pages with gold and silver, 24 canonical book headings, 49 parashah headings structured with gold in different motifs featuring zoomorphic figures in many colours, 27 lavishly-illuminated arcaded pages framing the text of the Sefer Mikhlol, 9 fully illuminated carpet pages, 150 psalm headings, numbered and illuminated with gold and silver; commentary volume consists of 97 pages and contains many additional illustrations of comparative material and is produced as a separate volume the same size as the facsimile, fine Italian morocco goatskin box-binding over specially prepared boards, interlacing geometric designs on all six sides embossed with handmade dies, facsimile edges gilt with 23 carat gold leaf, the two volumes are cased in a presentation portfolio box. The Kennicott Bible, copied in north-west Spain in 1476, is one of the treasures of the Bodleian Library. It was a chance acquisition, named after Benjamin Kennicott, biblical scholar and Radcliffe Librarian, who in 1771, when it was brought into the Library by a young man, recognised its importance and purchased it for 50 guineas. The study of the Kennicott Bible and its illuminations was carried out and written especially for this facsimile by Professor Bezalel Narkiss, Founder of the Centre for Jewish Art, Jerusalem, and Dr Aliza Cohen-Mushlin, its Director.
Bookseller: Forest Books William Laywood [GB]
2017-11-22 18:04:51
Vincentius Bellovacensis, [auch Vincent de Beauvais]:
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
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2017-11-19 17:18:35
MAYRONIS (Franciscus de) ou MEYRONNES (François de), MANZOLO (Michele) éditeur
Tarvisium [Trevise], Michele Manzolo de Parma, 1476. In-folio (190 x 268 mm), plein vélin ancien souple, (244) f. (sans les premier et dernier f. blanc), texte sur 2 colonnes. Edition princeps de cet ouvrage imprimé à Trévise par Michele Manzolo. Venu de Parme, celui-ci est le deuxième imprimeur à s'être installé à Trévise à la suite de Gerardus de Lisa (Gérard de Flandre). Cet ouvrage est son premier livre imprimé dans cette ville (cf. Deschamps, 'Dict. de géographie', col. 1219-1220). Auteur, adresse et date au colophon. Impression en noir, 48 lignes à la page, caractères gothiques, texte sur 2 colonnes. L'auteur, Franciscus, de Mayronis (François de Mayronnes, ca. 1285-1328) est l'un des principaux représentants de la philosophie médiévale d'inspiration platonicienne. Né à Meyronnes dans les Alpes-de-Haute-Provence et mort à Piacenza, il entra chez les Franciscains à Digne, puis vint à Paris où il eut pour maître Duns Scot dont il fut un proche et le meilleur disciple. Devenu lui-même professeur à la Sorbonne, il organisa les "Actus Sorbonici", discussions de philosophie dans lesquelles il déploya des qualités de dialecticien qui lui valurent les surnoms de "Doctor Illuminatus" et de "Magister acutus abstractionum". Cet ouvrage, l'un des principaux qu'il composa, contient un important commentaire des 'Sentences' de Pierre Lombard, texte fondamental auquel se confrontèrent tous les grands penseurs médiévaux, d'Albert le Grand et Thomas d'Aquin à Guillaume d'Ockham et Gabriel Biel. Même le jeune Martin Luther écrivit encore des commentaires sur les 'Sentences'. Exemplaire … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel
2017-11-16 13:11:37
Turrecremata, Johannes (de) [Juan de Torquemada].
1476. Wolf Han (Lupus Gallus), cc. [204], L?unica opera conosciuta firmata e datata del tipografo Wolf Han. Dati editoriali in fine alla c. [203]: «Reuerendissimi Cardinalis sancti Sixti Expositio breuis & utilis super toto Psalterio Romae Impressa de vicesima prima mesis Februarii [.] per prouidum virum magistrum Lupum gallum [.]. Anno domini Millesimo quadrigintesimo septuagesimosexto». Registro alla c. [204]. Cfr Hain - Copinger, 15700. Note manoscritte di possessore dell?epoca ai fogli di guardia (tra cui un sommario dell?opera), sparsi marginalia della stessa mano, nel complesso bell?esemplare con grandi margini.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pontremoli [Milano, MI, Italy]
2017-10-17 22:13:46
Vincentius Bellovacensis, [auch Vincent de Beauvais]:
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2017-10-17 22:13:46
Vincentius Bellovacensis, [auch Vincent de Beauvais]:
[Straßburg, Drucker mit dem bizarren R (Adolf Rusch), nicht nach 1476]. Gotico-Antiqua. 367 (statt 370, ohne 2 weiße und das erste Textblatt) nn. Bll. mit 2 Spalten zu je 66 Zeilen durchgehend rubriziert, mit eingemalten Lombarden in Rot und Blau und 6 teils. historisierten Pracht-Initialen (diese von neuer Hand). Erste Ausgabe der umfassendsten und größten Naturenzyklopädie des Mittelalters, verfaßt von dem Dominikaner Vinzenz von Beauvais, sehr selten. - GW M50635. Goff V 292. BSB-Ink. V-206. Amelung, Reutlingen 97. Klebs 1036.1. Stillwell, Science 712. Coppinger 6257. - "Edition princeps. Very rare. Printed by Adolf Rusch in the Strassburg print shop of Johann Mentelin, the date of this first edition of Speculum Naturale (usually given as "not after 1478") was revised according to a purchase date found in the copy of the library of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, London. It forms two volumes of the author`s Speculum Maius, which in a complete set of all four parts, is the largest incunabula known, consisting of seven enormous folio volumes, often found bound in ten. Written in the mid-thirteenth century, the Speculum Maius is the greatest and most comprehensive of all the encyclopedias generated in the Middle Ages. It records a very complete overview of all the classical and ecclesiastical knowledge and information available to late medieval man. According to the original plan the work was divided into four main parts dealing respectively with nature, doctrine (science), morality and history (Speculum Naturale, Doctrinale, Morale, Historiale). The text of each o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2017-10-17 22:13:46
Vincentius Bellovacensis, [auch Vincent de Beauvais]:
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2017-10-16 13:06:21
MAYRONIS (Franciscus de) ou MEYRONNES (François de), MANZOLO (Michele) éditeur
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel [FR]
2017-10-16 12:11:47
Pope CLEMENT V (Clemens V = Bertrand de Got)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
2017-10-16 11:35:45
Caxton, William
Westminster. Folio. very good. 1st Edition. [1]pp. Quarto. An original leaf from the first edition of Chaucer's the Canterbury Tales, this being line 391 to 448 from the Monk's Tale. Two initial letters hand-inked in red. The leaf has been inset into a larger piece of paper. Some age toning, especially near top edge, and minimal foxing. Overall, in very good, clean condition. In 1476 William Caxton set up a press in the precincts of Westminster Cathedral and between 1476 to 1477 produced the first true book in the English language-- the first edition of the Canterbury Tales, which is where this leaf originated (26-27, Disbound and Dispersed: the Leaf Book Considered). This leaf contains line 391 to 448 from The Monk's Tale, from Fragment VII of the tales. This tale is composed of seventeen short stories in which the tragic endings of the following historical figures are recounted: Lucifer, Adam, Samson, Hercules, Nebuchadnezzar, Belshazzar, Zenobia, Pedro of Castile, Peter I of Cyprus, Bernab Visconti, Ugolino of Pisa, Nero, Holofernes, Antiochus, Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar and Croesus. An incredibly rare item, especially when one considers its age and condition!
Bookseller: Aquila Books(Cameron Treleaven) ABAC [Calgary, AB, Canada]
2017-10-16 11:19:00
PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Gaius.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-09-29 22:40:25
CLEMENS V.
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2017-09-18 20:40:56
Johannes Marchesinus born circa 1300
- Venice: per Franciscus Renner, de Heilbronn, and Nicolaus de Frankfordia, 1476 Quarto 8 x 5.75 in A-C8, a10, b-y8, i8, z8, 39 (lacks A1 and 310 blanks) 260 leaves. This copy is bound in full older vellum with manscrcipt title on the spine, a very clean and crisp copy. Marchesinus was a Franciscan friar from Reggio Emilia, near Modena. Originally titled Mammotreptus (ÒThe NurslingÓ), this work was reportedly written in 1466 (according to Fabricus, Bibl. Lat. II, ed. 1858, pp. 12 and 22). This popular guide to understanding the text of the Bible explains the grammatical constructs and etymology of difficult words in the Scriptures. Favored by preachers in the later Middle Ages, this work provided explanations of the festivals of the Church year, the legends of the saints, and various liturgical texts. Poorly educated parish priests often referred to this Mammotrectus to help them gain inspiration and appreciation of the Bible so as to prepare compelling sermons. The Mammotrectus contains about 1,300 articles and is divided into three parts: 1) explanations for difficult biblical words and passages; 2) a series of digressions on orthography, the accents of Latin words, the seven feasts of the Old Testament Law, the clothing of priests, the principles of exegesis and translation, the names of God, the qualities and properties of Scripture, and a treatise on the four main ecumenical councils; 3) liturgical pieces and some related materials (the hymns, legends of saints, sermons and homilies). First Italian edition. Second edition by Renner; the first 1470 Mainz by Peter Sch&#1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Gray Booksellers LLC [U.S.A.]
2017-09-18 01:51:09
Chaucer, Geoffrey.
[Westminster: William Caxton, 1476-1477]. Single leaf (235 x 188 mm), printed on both sides, with a single rubricated initial. Trimmed close to the text as usual. In a red cloth folder lettered in gilt. From the collection of Norman Strouse, purchased from John Howell-Books in the 1960s for $500 and sold to Bernard M. Rosenthal in 1979. This leaf is from “The Clerk’s Tale”, the last 22 lines of part 1 and the opening 34 lines of part 2. In very good condition. Of utmost importance in the history of printing in England, this single leaf is from the first substantial book printed in England and exists in a handful of more or less complete copies; most of the holdings in the USA are single leaves. The ISTC record ic00431000 notes all extant copies, including this one.“Caxton was both the first to print a book in English, and the first English printer. He realised the commercial potential of the new technology while working as a merchant in the Low Countries and Germany, birthplace of printing in Europe. Around 1475, Caxton set up his own printing press in London. Among his earliest books are two magnificent editions of the 14th-century classic, Chaucer’s ‘Canterbury Tales’: the first published in 1476 and the second, illustrated with woodblock prints, in 1483.” British Library).
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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