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2019-08-11 12:22:15
APPIAN OF ALEXANDRIA
Bernard Maler, Erhard Ratdolt and Peter Lˆslein, 1477. One of the Earliest Examples of a Venetian Woodcut Border [APPIAN OF ALEXANDRIA. Historia romana. [And:] De bellis civilibus. Venice: Bernard Maler (Pictor), Erhard Ratdolt, and Peter Lˆslein, 1477]. First complete edition of Appianís Roman history (De bellis civilibus had been printed by Vindelinus de Spira in 1472). Two parts in one volume. Large quarto (11 1/4 x 8 1/8 inches; 286 x 206 mm.). [131] (of [132], lacks initial blank); [212] leaves. Roman type, thirty-two lines, printed marginalia. Two full-page white-vine woodcut title borders (the first use of each border), five- and nine-line white-on-black woodcut initials, all hand-colored in this copy. Ruled in red throughout, headlines supplied in red, some paragraph marks supplied in red and blue. Early ink pagination in lower margin. The lower part of c1 verso and all of c2 recto have been left blank intentionally, to correspond with a lacuna of one folio in Appianís manuscript, with a printed marginal note to that effect. Modern antique-style vellum over boards. Gilt spine with brown morocco label. The binding is signed: ìBound for William Brown, Edinburgh.î Leaf a2 reinforced at gutter. Recto of first leaf and verso of last leaf soiled, some dampstains and light foxing or spotting. Three repaired tears in gutter of final leaf. From the Library of John A. Saks, with his bookplate. Early ink signature in armorial medallion of Part I title border: ìRober/ti Koe/nigsman/ni/1627/12 Cal./April.î Effaced arms on Part II title border. Overall, an excellent co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, LLC [U.S.A.]
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2019-07-23 18:47:45
ANON.]; RAMPIGOLLIS, Antonius, and BINDO DE SENIS; CHAIMIS, Bartholomaeus de
[Augsburg, Monastery of SS. Ulrich and Afra, by 1476], [Augsburg, Monastery of SS. Ulrich and Afra, ca. 1475], [Nüremberg], Friedrich Creussner, 1477. A MAGNIFICENT AND RARE C15TH SAMMELBAND IN A MARIAN BINDING [ANON.] Quadragesimale viatoris [Augsburg, Monastery of SS. Ulrich and Afra, by 1476]. [Bound with] RAMPIGOLLIS, Antonius, and BINDO DE SENIS. Aurea Biblia, sive Reportatorium aureum Bibliorum [Augsburg, Monastery of SS. Ulrich and Afra, ca. 1475]. [Bound with] CHAIMIS, Bartholomaeus de. Confessionale sive Interrogatorium and Interrogationes faciende infirme morienti. [Nüremberg], Friedrich Creussner, 1477. Folio (311 x 205 mm). 3 works in 1 volume: ff. 48, blank, 116, blank, 111. Gothic letter from different sets of types. Capital spaces with large 6-line rubricated initials at the beginning of each work and paragraphs starting with 3-line rubricated initials. Entirely rubricated throughout with occasional underlining, strokes, attractive schematic diagrams and maniculae, also in red ink. Very occasional short manuscript notes on margins (among these, early numerical quiring in red marking the first leaf of a few initial gatherings). Some light marginal foxing and mild spotting at beginning and end. Two original contemporary parchment tabs separating the works. Early handwritten titles to fore- and lower edge of text-block. Early ms. inscription to head of first printed leaf: Ex conventu Fr[atr]um min. reform. Bolsanensium and bookplate of the Franciscan Friary of Bolzano, South Tyrol (Italy). Bound in contemporary blind-stamped calf over thick wooden boards, bevell … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2019-06-26 18:31:48
Columnis (Guido de)
Printer of Alexander Magnus Gerardus de Leempt? about -79, 1477. complete with initial and final blank leaves, 34 lines of type to a page, page numbers (1-128, not counting initial blank and the last three leaves), and initial capitals supplied in red ink (the first initial in red and blue), some light soiling, a few small stains, leaf [xxxii] with a small area of blank corner torn away (touching rubricated folio number), leaf [l] with a closed marginal tear, stiching loosening in places with a little ingress of dust, ff. [132], folio (285 x 195mm), early 17th-century English calf over pasteboard, ruled in blind, rubbed, spine defective at head and upper edges of boards exposed, corners a little worn, no flyleaves present at front (though four at rear) and the hinge strained, Macclesfield copy with bookplate and blind stamps, early ownership inscription (16th century) of Wyllyam Algar to initial blank and several early notes and pen trials (in various hands) to initial and final blanks and rear endpapers (one a quotation from Seneca), plus a scattering of short marginal annotations within the text, the title of the work written in red crayon on first and last blank, recto and verso respectively (possibly in the printer's workshop), preserved in a quarter morocco brown drop-back box by J & S Brockman. A pleasant and interesting copy of possibly the editio princeps of this Latin adaptation of the story of the fall of Troy, adapted in 1287 from a French original (Benoit de Sainte-Maure's Roman de Troie) of the previous century. The work had been printed earlier in translation … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-03-20 20:45:08
PLATEA, Franciscus de
Venice: Johannes de Colonia and Johannes Manthen, 1477. 8th Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 8th Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 22 January 1477. 4to (218 x 162 mm). 152 unnumbered leaves, including initial and final blanks. Gothic type, double columns, 40 lines to a page. Rubricated initials in red and blue, and with 7-line decorated initial 'R' in blue with additional red penwork on a1r. Signatures: [1-4]8 b8 [2]a-[2]b10 c-d8 e10 f12 g-n10 o8. Bound in late 18th-century half calf, flat spine with gilt ruling and red and black morocco labels lettered in gilt, lower edge ink lettered (rubbing of spine and extremities, corners bumped and scuffed). Text generally crisp and clean, very light marginal soiling in places, a few small worm holes mostly to blank margins of first and final gatherings, occasional ink annotations and text markings in contemporary hand, page foliation added in pencil. Provenance: Georges Petit; monogram 'S.M.' to foot of spine and 'A.S.' on second flyleaf. A very fine, wide-margined copy. ---- Eighth edition; the first was published in 1472. "A page-for-page reprint except for the table, of the edition of 1474 by the same printers" (BMC), of the major work of the Franciscan canon lawyer de Platea (d. 1460). His treatise is generally considered to be one of the earliest printed works on economics, although it also deals with matters of moral, legal and political import from accross Italy. In the section on excommunication, he details seven ways of falsifying papal documents, all of which, of course, would lead to excommunication. He al … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2019-03-19 23:08:49
BURLEY. Walter.
Nuremberg. Anton Koberger. 1477. 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-folio (195 x 280 mm), veau brun de l’époque, plats sur ais de bois estampés à froid, étiquette ancienne de titre et d’auteur au premier plat, dos à nerfs peint avec titre et cote à l’encre postérieurs, trace de fermoirs, de protections d'angle et de cabochons.1 f. bl. ; (6) ff. de table, ; (83) ff. Précédé de :HUGUES DE STRASBOURG. Theologicae veritatis compendium.Ulm. Johann Zainer. (1478).[1] f. bl., [13] ff., [147] ff., 1 f. bl.Beau recueil de 2 rares incunables parus en 1477 et 1478, à peine plus de vingt ans après l’invention de l’imprimerie.Seconde impression à Nuremberg et quatrième après l’originale de Cologne (1470), de biographies de philosophes grecs et romains par Burley (Burlaeus), disciple de Duns Scott. C’est certainement l’unique histoire de la philosophie écrite par un scolastique. On y trouve notamment une importante vie de Pythagore.Cette édition est sortie des presses du grand imprimeur de Nuremberg Anton Koberger. Il ouvre la première imprimerie de Nuremberg en 1470 et au plus fort de son activité, elle fait tourner simultanément 24 presses, employant une centaine d’imprimeurs, d’artisans et d’autres ouvriers à Bâle, Strasbourg et Lyon, entre autres villes d’Europe. Ses impressions sont très recherchées. Walter Burley (Burlaeus) (1275-1337), logicien anglais, commentateur d’Aristote, formé à Oxford, fut une grande figure de l’école de Paris, socius de Sorbonne en 1324, qui s’opposa à plusieurs reprises à la philosophie naturelle de Guillaume d’Ockham. Edition en caractères gothiques, de 33 ligne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre PREVOST [PARIS, France]
2019-02-27 18:12:57
PLATEA, Franciscus de
Johannes de Colonia and Johannes Manthen, Venice. 22 January 1477. 4to (218 x 162 mm). 152 unnumbered leaves, including initial and final blanks. Gothic type, double columns, 40 lines to a page. Rubricated initials in red and blue, and with 7-line decorated initial 'R' in blue with additional red penwork on a1r. Signatures: [1-4]8 b8[2]a-[2]b10 (c-d)8 e10 f12 (g-n)10 o8. Bound in late 18th-century half calf, flat spine with gilt ruling and red and black morocco labels lettered in gilt, lower edge ink lettered (rubbing of spine and extremities, corners bumped and scuffed). Text generally crisp and clean, very light marginal soiling in places, a few small worm holes mostly to blank margins of first and final gatherings, occasional ink annotations and text markings in contemporary hand, page foliation added in pencil. Provenance: Georges Petit; monogram 'S.M.' to foot of spine and 'A.S.' on second flyleaf. A very fine, wide-margined copy. ---- Eighth edition; the first was published in 1472. "A page-for-page reprint except for the table, of the edition of 1474 by the same printers" (BMC), of the major work of the Franciscan canon lawyer de Platea (d. 1460). His treatise is generally considered to be one of the earliest printed works on economics, although it also deals with matters of moral, legal and political import from accross Italy. In the section on excommunication, he details seven ways of falsifying papal documents, all of which, of course, would lead to excommunication. He also considers the moral standing of a person who has ordered a failed assassination and condemn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2019-01-31 17:22:47
Abu al-Barakat 'Abdallah b. Ahmad b. Mahmud al-Nasafi
No place, Wednesday 17 Rabi` I 882 AH [1477 AD]. Large 4to (176 x 262 mm). Arabic ms. on oriental paper. 325 ff., expertly written naskh script, possibly in more than one hand, black ink with rubrics, usually 6-8 lines to the page, considerable interlinear and marginal glossing. Full-leather Islamic binding with fore-edge flap; original blind tooled ornamentation (medallion). Manual on Islamic Law by Abu al-Barakat `Abdallah b. Ahmad b. Mahmud al-Nasafi (d. 710/1310), an important Hanafi legist and theologian. Born in Nasaf in Sogdian, he taught in the Madrasa al-Kutbiya al-Sultaniya in Kirman, came to Baghdad in 710 and died in Rabi` I 710 (August 1310), apparently on his return journey to Idjadj (in Khuzistan), where he was buried. The Kanz al-Daqa'iq is an important text on Hanafite law and formed the basis for a great number of commentaries, especially in the 9th/14th and 10th/15th centuries (EI² VII, p. 96; GAL II, pp. 250-53). Contains both the `Ibadat and the Mu`amalat. - Final 12 leaves (f. 313ff.) show edge damage with some loss of text. Copied by Khidr b. Shaykh `Ali (colophon in a chancery hand on f. 325v). - Cf. GAL S II, p. 265.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-29 19:44:43
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( 1477 - 1550 )
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550 ) ; issued in: Lyon; date: ca 1513, 1477. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 33,5 x 51; - description : Map shows northern Africa in trapezoid projection with the Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the left side.; - vita of the artist: Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller. Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie, reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica". Martin Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science of mapmaking and the art of printing in this 1513 atlas, one of the most groundbreaking documents in t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-01-06 13:53:30
PLATEA, Franciscus de
Venice: Johannes de Colonia and Johannes Manthen, 1477. 8th Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 22 January 1477. 4to (218 x 162 mm). 152 unnumbered leaves, including initial and final blanks. Gothic type, double columns, 40 lines to a page. Rubricated initials in red and blue, and with 7-line decorated initial 'R' in blue with additional red penwork on a1r. Signatures: [1-4]8 b8 [2]a-[2]b10 c-d8 e10 f12 g-n10 o8. Bound in late 18th-century half calf, flat spine with gilt ruling and red and black morocco labels lettered in gilt, lower edge ink lettered (rubbing of spine and extremities, corners bumped and scuffed). Text generally crisp and clean, very light marginal soiling in places, a few small worm holes mostly to blank margins of first and final gatherings, occasional ink annotations and text markings in contemporary hand, page foliation added in pencil. Provenance: Georges Petit; monogram 'S.M.' to foot of spine and 'A.S.' on second flyleaf. A very fine, wide-margined copy. ---- Eighth edition; the first was published in 1472. "A page-for-page reprint except for the table, of the edition of 1474 by the same printers" (BMC), of the major work of the Franciscan canon lawyer de Platea (d. 1460). His treatise is generally considered to be one of the earliest printed works on economics, although it also deals with matters of moral, legal and political import from accross Italy. In the section on excommunication, he details seven ways of falsifying papal documents, all of which, of course, would lead to excommunication. He also considers the moral standing of a pers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-01-01 06:03:54
GELLIUS, Aulus.
(Venezia, Andreas de Paltasichis, 1477). in-folio (305x210 mm.), ff.198 n.n. (il f.17 bianco), segnatura A-B8, a-x8, y-z6, impressi in elegante carattere tondo romano con importanti passaggi in un elegante carattere greco. I 16 ff. d'indici sono posti all'inizio del volume. Legatura coeva in cuoio con triplice bordura a secco sui piatti in assicelle (con restauri secenteschi al dorso e a un angolo, tracce di fermagli originali in bronzo), all'interno dei piatti due fogli mss. di codice pergamenaceo del XIV secolo. Quarta edizione quattrocentesca del noto testo di Gellius, formato da venti capitoli di dotta miscellanea critica che trattano la letteratura, la filosofia, la storia, il diritto e la matematica, secondo le conoscenze e la cultura greca del II secolo. E' il terzo incunabolo uscito dai torchi del Paltasichis, attivo a Venezia dal 1477 al 1479 e dal 1482 al 1493. Bellissimo e raro incunabolo ottimamente impresso su carta forte. Frequenti ed interessanti note manoscritte nei margini: alcune eleganti strettamente coeve, altre di poco posteriori. Affascinante esemplare a pieni margini, (alone d'umido nella parte inferiore di parte dei fogli).. Hain-Copinger, 7580. BMC, V,251 (erra nella collazione). Proctor, Printing of Greek, p126. IGI, 4189. Goff, G-121..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-12-21 19:16:04
BERENGARIUS DE LANDORA (FARINATOR, Matthias, Ed.)
1477. BERENGARIUS DE LANDORA (FARINATOR, Matthias, Ed.). Lumen animae [Augsburg], Anton Sorg, 3 September 1477. FIRST EDITION. Folio, 368 unsigned leaves (of 370, lacking the title leaf and the blank. The title consists of five lines with no other decorative printing and it appears on the verso of the initial leave, whereas the recto is blank). Roman letter. Large woodcut Maiblumen initial opening the text (Prologus), woodcut outline initials, partly rubricated. The register is here bound at the end, other copies in public libraries have it at the beginning. Some light waterstaining on a few initial and final leaves; repaired small tears at foot of first leave of the prologue, towards gutter, and at last 5 leaves, a few leaves with ink stains in lower margin. Contemporary blindstamped calf over wooden boards. Lacking clasps, spine somewhat rubbed, headcap chipped. Notwithstanding the missing title leaf, this is a wide-margined and generally very clean first edition of a famous incunable with long annotations throughout in a neat and fine contemporary hand. Some short marginalia in red ink and other brief early annotations (some of which later and in pencil), and maniculae by other hands. An excellent copy. “Wrongly attributed to Berengarius de Landora [Archbishop of Santiago de Compostela (circa 1262-1330)]. The text is also treated as anonymous (Goff) or found under the editor’s name” (ISTC ib00341400). Nevertheless, it has been variously attributed to Berengarius, Godfrey of Vorau, John XXII. This is the first incunabular edition of this compendium of natural and moral ph … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-12-20 09:37:37
BURLEY. Walter.
1477Nuremberg. Anton Koberger. 1477. 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-folio (195 x 280 mm), veau brun de l'époque, plats sur ais de bois estampés à froid, étiquette ancienne de titre et d'auteur au premier plat, dos à nerfs peint avec titre et cote à l'encre postérieurs, trace de fermoirs, de protections d'angle et de cabochons.1 f. bl. ; (6) ff. de table, ; (83) ff. Précédé de :HUGUES DE STRASBOURG. Theologicae veritatis compendium...Ulm. Johann Zainer. (1478).[1] f. bl., [13] ff., [147] ff., 1 f. bl.Beau recueil de 2 rares incunables parus en 1477 et 1478, à peine plus de vingt ans après l'invention de l'imprimerie.Seconde impression à Nuremberg et quatrième après l'originale de Cologne (1470), de biographies de philosophes grecs et romains par Burley (Burlaeus), disciple de Duns Scott. C'est certainement l'unique histoire de la philosophie écrite par un scolastique. On y trouve notamment une importante vie de Pythagore.Cette édition est sortie des presses du grand imprimeur de Nuremberg Anton Koberger. Il ouvre la première imprimerie de Nuremberg en 1470 et au plus fort de son activité, elle fait tourner simultanément 24 presses, employant une centaine d'imprimeurs, d'artisans et d'autres ouvriers à Bâle, Strasbourg et Lyon, entre autres villes d'Europe. Ses impressions sont très recherchées. Walter Burley (Burlaeus) (1275-1337), logicien anglais, commentateur d'Aristote, formé à Oxford, fut une grande figure de l'école de Paris, socius de Sorbonne en 1324, qui s'opposa à plusieurs reprises à la philosophie naturelle de Guillaume d'Ockham. Edition en caractères gothiques, de 33 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre Prévost [France, Paris]
2018-12-19 16:13:47
Bonaventura (Cardinal, Saint)
Hermannus Liechtenstein, 1477. text in 2 columns, capital spaces, first page dust-soiled, first 14 leaves a bit damp-stained, mainly in the inner margin, single worm hole, diminishing, loss of a few letters, a less tidy wormhole in the lower margin diminishing accordingly, a bit of damp-staining in the last few leaves, ff. 334, folio, 19th-century pastiche binding, preserving the original headbands, of dark brown calf backed (very dark) wooden boards, the sections of leather on the sides blind tooled, brass clasps, remains of leather straps, with some contemporary annotation (see below), small bookplate of Ulrico Hoepli. An ample-margined copy. Peter Lombard's Sentences are in four books, the second being On the Creation and Formation of Things. Saint Bonaventura's Commentaries are 'his major philosophical and theological work' (SEP). Only those on the first and the second were published during the incunable period: those on the first at Strasbourg sometime between 1474 and 1479, and again in Brescia in 1490. Those on the second appeared in 2 editions in 1477, ours (Treviso) and the other Venice. Neither of these editions have dates more precise than the year: Treviso is usually listed first (ISTC, Goff, &c). Annotated in an early, if not contemporary, hand in the first dozen or so leaves, occasionally thereafter, intensively between h7v and i4v. The same hand has numbered the leaves, (a count endorsed by a later pencil enumeration), and also helpfully supplied folio references for the index. And, remarkably, gives a collation note: 24 (corrected from 34) gatherings, 334 le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-12-06 11:23:50
PERIEGETES Dionysius
First page with ornamental woodcut border (cropped at head and foot), with coat-of-arms painted at foot and initial supplied in gold. 5-line initials, white on black. 4to (183 x 150mm). 41 ff. unnumbered (lacking final blank leaf). Vellum over pasteboard, with gilt lettering on spine, red edges (vellum brittle; spine chipped with minor worming and crack to lower joint, chipping to head of lower board, wear to corners, and discoloration of vellum). Venice, Erhard Ratdolt, Bernhard Maler and Peter Löslein,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2018-12-05 00:15:10
PERIEGETES Dionysius
1477. First page with ornamental woodcut border (cropped at head and foot), with coat-of-arms painted at foot and initial supplied in gold. 5-line initials, white on black. 4to (183 x 150mm). 41 ff. unnumbered (lacking final blank leaf). Vellum over pasteboard, with gilt lettering on spine, red edges (vellum brittle; spine chipped with minor worming and crack to lower joint, chipping to head of lower board, wear to corners, and discoloration of vellum). Venice, Erhard Ratdolt, Bernhard Maler and Peter Löslein, Important, first separately printed edition, in Latin prose translation, of Dionysius Periegetes? popular geographical account of the known earth ?three continents, the ocean, the Mediterranean, Libya, Europe, ?islands? and Asia ? in pseudo-epic style. This Latin translation of the text preceded the original Greek (Ferrara, 1512). In this edition Veronese humanist Antonio Beccaria updated and expanded the work in his translation, adding information that would not have been known by Dionysius at the time of writing. There is little surviving record of Dionysius, called Periegetes (?the guide?) himself; hailing from Alexandria, acrostic clues in the poem refer to Emperor Hadrian and suggest that the poet-scholar was writing in the first half of the second century AD. The border on the first page of this volume typifies the woodcut designs of Augsburg-born printer Erhart Ratdolt. His technique from 1477 of framing the first page of text within arabesque, woodcut margins was ?the first use of the woodcut as a decoration or illustration sufficient in itself that had been p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-12-02 08:47:47
Torino - Incunabulo -.
Torino, Joannes Fabri Lingonensis, 23 Aug. 1477. in-4 (mm. 178x112), ff. 85 (su 90, mancando: f1, h1, h6, i5-6), legatura cinquecentesca in pergamena floscia, titolo e note tipografiche mss. al dorso. Car. tondo, lettere-guida per le iniziali, nella prima metà del volume le iniziali sono dipinte in rosso. E' Il quarto libro impresso a Torino, dai torchi del prototipografo Giovanni Fabri. Terza edizione dell'opera ? che segue la prima del 1474 di Giovanni Filippo de Legnamine e quella romana di Giovanni Schurener del 1476 ? ma con l'aggiunta dello stesso Fabri di notizie su Piemonte e Savoia. Le ultime 4 pagine danno notizie su Amedeo IX (secondo Duca di Savoia) prima a Vercelli "in sua dilecta and speciosa Vercellarum civitate" e poi a Torino "urbe primaria", nonché delle virtù che l'erede Filiberto, morto misteriosamente a 17 anni, avrebbe palesato "si deus optimum longiorem prestaverit vitam". L'aggiornamento parla in fine di Carlo il Temerario e della morte di Galeazzo Sforza. Il Fabri aveva stampato nel 1474 un "Breviarium Romanum" e nel 1476 la "Practica nova iudicialis". Dopo aver licenziato due edizioni a Caselle, ritornò a Torino nel 1477 con la "Summa Lacticiniorum" di Pantaleone da Confienza e la presente "Chronica" L'arrivo in città sembrò segnare l'inizio di un nuovo periodo di vivace attività, perché entro pochi mesi apparvero anche i "Decreta Sabaudiae" curati da Pietro Cara. Però dal maggio 1478 a fine marzo 1482, quando fu terminata di stampare l'Expositio Psalmorum del Torquemada, comparvero solo sei edizioni, "quantità assai modesta, che trova giustificazi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-11-13 02:59:23
Columnis, Guido de
[Utrecht?]: [Printer of Alexander Magnus (Gerardus de Leempt?)], 1477. Folio (285 x 195mm), ff. [132]. Complete with initial and final blank leaves, 34 lines of type to a page, page numbers and initial capitals supplied in red ink (the first initial in red and blue). Seventeenth-century English calf over pasteboard, ruled in blind. Housed in a quarter morocco brown drop-back box by J & S Brockman. Some light soiling, a few small stains, leaf [xxxii] with a small area of blank corner torn away (touching rubricated folio number), leaf [l] with a closed marginal tear. Binding rubbed, worn at head of spine and boards, no flyleaves present at front (though four at rear) and the hinge strained. Bookplate of the North Library at Shirburn Castle to front pastedown, embossment of the Earls of Macclesfield to first few pages, early ownership inscription (16th century) of Wyllyam Algar to initial blank and several early notes and pen trials (in various hands) to initial and final blanks and rear endpapers (one a quotation from Seneca), plus a scattering of short marginal annotations within the text; the title of the work written in red crayon on first and last blank (possibly in the printer's workshop). Possibly the editio princeps of this Latin adaptation of the story of the fall of Troy, adapted in 1287 from a French original (Benoit de Sainte-Maure's Roman de Troie) of the previous century. The work had been printed earlier in translation - the first publication in any language was a German text, 1474 - and its popularity meant it saw a number of incunabula printing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: McNaughtan's Bookshop [United Kingdom]
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2018-10-19 10:11:21
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550); issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1513. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 39 x 57; - description: Map shows the european part of Russia and the Baltic Regions, from Scandinavia to the black sea with the peninsula Krim - vita of the artist: Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller. Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie, reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica". Martin Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science of mapmaking and the art of printing in this 1513 atlas, one of the most groundbreaking documents in the history of cartography.He intended this atlas as a new edition of Ptolemy's G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-10-19 10:11:21
Ptolemy/Waldseem ller- Johann Schott Claudius ( 1477 - 1550 )
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseem ller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550 ) ; issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1513. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 30 x 25; - description : Map shows the island of Ceylon, now Sri Lanka. Rare and fine woodcut map of the island of Taprobana, or Ceylon, surrounded by 19 imaginary islands, and erroneously located to the southwest of India, on one side of the sheet, the other being letterpress descriptions of the climate zones. The island was often overlarge because of its importance to the spice trade between Europe and Southeast Asia, and because of Marco Poloís false claim that the island had a circumference of 2400 miles.This ptolemaic map comes from the first so called Modern Atlas by Martin Waldseemuller since it is the first Ptolemy edition with twenty new regional maps beside the traditional twenty-seven Ptolemaic maps derived from the 1482 Ulm edition. The Atlas is titled GEOGRAPHIE OPUS NOVISSIMA TRADUCTIONE E GRECORUM ARCHETYPIS published by Johann Schott in Strassburg 1513 and is one of the most important edition of Ptolemy Atlases. Sri Lanka was known from the beginning of British colonial rule as Ceylon.Its geographic location and deep harbours made it of great strategic importance from the time of the ancient Silk Road through to the modern Maritime Silk Road.Before the beginning of the Dutch governance, the island of Ceylon was divided between the Portuguese Empire and the Kingdom of Kandy, who were in the midst of a war for control of the island as a whole. The island attracted … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-10-19 08:18:12
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550); issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1513. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; - condition: Left margin replaced; - size (in cm): 38 x 51; - description: Interesting map shows in Trapeziod shape former Sarmatia, now partly Russia with the Black Sea, the Ukraine and the peninsula Krim with the Asow sea. On reverse a dexcription with ornamental decoration. - vita of the artist: Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller. Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie, reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica". Martin Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science of mapmaking and the art of printing in this 1513 atlas, one of the most groundbreaking … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-10-10 14:53:42
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550); issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1513. - technic: Woodcut; colorit: ; - condition: Tear on upper and lower margin perfectly restored; - size (in cm): 42,5 x 55; - description: Map shows the Balkans Peninsula with total Greece with the Pelepones and all greece islands.Partly Italy, Sicily and Turkey.Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the left side ( Lilly)Very rare! - vita of the artist: Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller. Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie, reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica". Martin Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science of mapm … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-09-23 06:31:14
INCUNABLE - GOUDA].
Goff S-448; Goudriaan, Een Drukker zoekt publiek. Gheraert Leeu te Gouda, 1477-1484, list of publications no. 46; Hain 3000; ISTC (7 copies). Rare third or fourth Latin edition (the first or second in the Low Countries, and the first illustrated edition in any language) of one of the oldest and most popular texts of early European literature. It is also the first illustrated book printed by Gheraert Leeu, just before his better-known Dialogus creaturarum. No copy of any edition before 1483 in any language is recorded in a Dutch library. Known in English as The seven sages of Rome, it is a series of educational short stories within a "frame story", in the tradition of the Indian Panchatantra, the Arabian Nights, etc., and some of the stories are variations on stories told there. These stories were first published in Latin at Cologne in 1472. Leeu probably published the first edition in the Low Countries, in Dutch with only a single woodcut, dated 25 July 1479. That edition is known only from two incomplete copies. His present Latin edition must date between that and 3 June 1480, so it is not clear whether it preceded the unillustrated Deventer edition of 1479 or later. Our copy is preserved in its original limp parchment and only very slightly trimmed, giving wide margins (1.5, 4 and 5 cm). With 8 early owners' inscriptions, one dated 1579 and others clearly older, four small and mostly marginal worm holes running through the first leaves and the usual traces of age and handling. The parchment is stained and slightly wrinkled. Nearly untrimmed and in good condition. [Attribu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-09-15 07:49:57
Appianus (Alexandrinus); Appian of Alexandria; Petrus Candidus Decembrius, Translator
Venice: Bernhard Maler, Erhard Ratdolt, Peter Loslein, 1477. Venice: Bernhard Maler, Erhard Ratdolt, Peter Loslein. Good. 1477. First Edition Thus. Vellum. [211] (of 212) ff (lacks first blank). In limp vellum of the time with remains of ties, renewed end papers. Text in round Roman type, superb 3-sided white vine-on-black border on a2r, woodcut white-on-black initials in two sizes throughout. First text leaf (a2) has contemporary marginalia in 2 old hands and some light staining and has been discreetly remounted. A fine large copy of part II only of the first edition of Appianus; the two parts are very frequently found separately. This volume is noteworthy for its beauty typographically, and for the superb border and initials, among the earliest to appear in an Italian printed book as part of its original design. Part II had been printed in 1472 by de Spira but this is the first Ratdolt with the beautiful typography. Vellum is aged but sound with some old repairs, quite handsome. Interior text has minor occasional foxing or staining otherwise in very good condition. : "To my mind there are few printed books of any age which can be compared with the Appian of 1477, with its splendid black ink, its vellum-like paper, and the finished excellence of its typography." (Redgrave). Appianus c.95 – c.AD 165) was a Greek historian with Roman citizenship who flourished during the reigns of Emperors of Rome Trajan, Hadrian, and Antoninus Pius. The most important remnants of Appian's work are the five books on the Civil Wars—books 13–17 of the Roman History. Thes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books (nee Greekdrama) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2018-08-19 11:04:29
Este es traslado bien y fielmente sacado de una carta de privilegio de los catolicos reyes don Fernando y doña Ysabel de gloriosa memoria, escrito en pergamino de cuero y firmado de sus reales nombres y librado y firmado delos de su muy alto consejo y sellado con su real sello de plomo pendiente en filos de seda a colores segun que en ellos se conteien, su tenor del qual es este que se sigue... [Burgos], s. n., 1477. [4] fol. ; 4rt (irregular) Note: Irregular old handmade paper printing (unknown year, probably S. XX) from the only one copy (post-incunabula) known. It is located in the archives of the House of Alba which contains the transcription of the letter confirming the privileges accorded to Christopher Columbus by the Catholic Monarchs in the Capitulations of Santa Fe. For more years was considerated incunabula printing but in the first years of S. XXI was catalogated as post-incunabula. (See: Fernández Valladares, Mercedes Una supuesta edición (post)incunable desenmascarada: análisis tipográfico y motivaciones procesales de la impresión de los Privilegios colombinos capitulados en Santa Fe. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. In-JANUS 3 (2014) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE ALL OFFERS ARE WELCOME.
Bookseller: obribitzoc [Palma de Mallorca, ES]
2018-08-04 05:52:57
ALVAROTUS, Jacobus
[Printer of the 1477 Alvarotus (Roman Type)]. FIRST EDITION. Folio. 372 unnumbered leaves. a-c10, d8, e10, f8, g-l10, [m-o8, p4, q10, r-t8, v10.] A8, B-D10, E8, F10, G8, H10, I8, K-N10, O8, P8, Q6, QQ8, R-T10, V12. Roman letter in double column. Capital spaces with guide letters, small red initials in the index leaves, capital spaces le blank but the first several filled by a just later hand, including three with charming grotesque heads, contemporary manuscript foliation and subject headline, purchase inscription recording its price of 5 rhenish gulden and dated at Nuremberg, 1478, at head of pastedown, two further early inscriptions below, dated 1494, 1509 in a slightly different hand, one inscription erased, Jodocus Oethaeus of Nordhausen, 1568 manuscript inscription, with his manuscript title above, on recto of first leaf, another, Matthaeus Gerstenbrand, 1692 at centre, two early shelf marks on pastedown, another later one in lower outer corner of first leaf, early annotations in several hands throughout, with pointing hands, occasional underlinings. Small scattered single wormholes in the first few and final few quires touching some letters, occasional very light age toning, inks splash on one leaf, very minor margin waterstaining to upper margin in places, with the odd thumb mark. A fine copy, crisp and clean on thick paper with very large margins, in beautiful contemporary south German (possibly Nuremberg) allum tawed pigskin over thick wooden boards, covers triple blind ruled to a panel design, outer panel on upper cover with repeated blind stamped rose tools (EDBB … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-07-21 06:42:39
Torquemada, Juan de.
Juan Schurener de Bopardia, 1477, 30 de abril, Roma. 238 hojas de 240, sin la primera y la última blancas. Signaturas [a-o10, p8, q-z10, r12]. 39 lineas en letra romana del tipo 101 R2. Ejemplar completamente rubricado con dos grandes iniciales en oro y colores azul, rojo y verde, con extensiones en los márgenes y una miniatura de la Cruz con los instrumentos de la Pasión también pintada contemporáneamente. Encuadernado en plena piel del siglo xix. Anotaciones marginales de época, algunas cortadas. Algunas manchas antiguas de óxido y de suciedad difusa. Palau 334978. Copinger 5891. Goff T-544. BMC iv, 58. IBE 5676. Obispo Vertue, Stonyhurst College, sello en las hojas de respeto del principio y fin. Primera edición.Las exposiciones sobre el Evangelio fueron fundamentales en la oratoria sagrada del siglo xv. El Cardenal Torquemada, nacido en Valladolid y una de las figuras políticas más importantes del siglo xv, fue impulsor de concilios y reconciliador de las iglesias cristianas después de la caída de Constantinopla; fue también la figura cumbre para la introducción de la imprenta en Roma hacia 1465. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-06-05 06:21:16
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550); issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1513. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 44 x 57,5; - description: Map shows totlal France with Belgium - vita of the artist: Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller. Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie, reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica". Martin Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science of mapmaking and the art of printing in this 1513 atlas, one of the most groundbreaking documents in the history of cartography.He intended this atlas as a new edition of Ptolemy's Geographia. In the group of Ptolemaic atlases this one is very important because … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-05 06:21:16
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550); issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1513. - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 31 x 45,5; - description: Map shows total Spain, from the atlas " Geographie opus novissima traductione e gricorum archetypis". - vita of the artist: Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller. Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie, reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica". Martin Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science of mapmaking and the art of printing in this 1513 atlas, one of the most groundbreaking documents in the history of cartography.He intended this atlas as a new edition of Ptolemy's Geographia … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-05 06:21:16
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550); issued in: Lyon; date: ca 1513. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 33,5 x 51; - description: Map shows northern Africa in trapezoid projection with the Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. Ptolomey watermark on the left side. - vita of the artist: Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller. Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie, reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica". Martin Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science of mapmaking and the art of printing in this 1513 atlas, one of the most groundbreaking documents in the histo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-05 06:21:16
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550); issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1513. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 30 x 43; - description: Map shows Pakistan, north east India and the river Ganges, from the atlas: " Geographie opus novissima traductione e gricorum archetypis" - vita of the artist: Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller. Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie, reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica". Martin Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science of mapmaking and the art of printing in this 1513 atlas, one of the most groundbreaking documents in the history of cartography.He intended this atlas as a new ed … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-06-05 05:55:54
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550); issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1513. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 28 x 46,5; - description: Map shows in trapezoid north Africa and the neighbouring countries. With the Mediterranean Sea and partly the islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Rivers and mountains are roughly shown. On reverse the description with splendour-fully decorated letters.The typical Ptolomey watermark on the right side. - vita of the artist: Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller. Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie, reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica". Martin Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplished scholar of geography, merged the science … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-05-31 05:58:47
INCUNABLE] NICOLAS DE LYRE.
S.l.n.d. [Strasbourg, Georg Reyser, entre 1474 et 1477]. Un volume grand in-folio (sur 3) de 180 feuillets (475 x 330 mm), imprimés en caractères gothiques à deux colonnes, 71 lignes à la page, les cahiers ne sont pas signés, [au f. 144 : Postilla super actus apostolorum fratris Nicolai de lira ordinis minoris incipit]. Exemplaire rubriqué, avec nombreuses initiales peintes en rouge et en bleu, incomplet du début et de la fin du texte. Une note à la plume sur le contreplat supérieur indique que cette édition a été publiée à Rome sur les presses de Conrad Sweynheym et Arnold Pannartz en 1471-1472 (voir Hain, n°10363), fausse attribution car cet ouvrage n'est pas imprimé sur deux colonnes. Demi-veau brun, dos à nerfs orné de filets dorés (Reliure du début du XIXe siècle). Célèbres commentaires ou postilles des évangiles données par Nicolas de Lyre, né à La Vieille-Lyre dans l'Eure vers 1270 et mort à Paris le 23 octobre 1349. Il était un frère mineur, théologien et exégète et il influença tous les auteurs des XIVe et XVe siècles, ainsi que le réformateur Martin Luther. Il s'est notamment consacré pendant près de quarante ans à ses commentaires de la Bible et la plus grande partie de ses postilles ont servi de référence à tous les travaux sur la Bible. Notre exemplaire contient les postilles des évangiles de Mathieu, Luc et Jean. Les caractères employés pour l’impression de notre édition sont identiques à ceux utilisés par Georg Reyser pour un psautier de la bibliothèque Mazarine (en ligne) ainsi qu'une édition quasi-identique d'une Postillae en 3 volumes que l'imprimeur stras … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [ROUEN, France]
2018-04-15 11:20:21
ANTONINUS (St.)
8vo, 50 ll., gothic type. One beautiful full-page woodcut representing the «journey to Emmaus» and a small one of a sainted bishop, thrice repeated. Title printed in red with the device of L. Giunta below. Red heading on a3 and printer's device at the end.Modern green morocco, gilt filet on the covers, gilt spine, gilt turns-in, all edges gilt (Bound by Lloyd). PREMIERE EDITION. Elle est recherchée pour sa fameuse représentation de la marche vers Emmaus, considérée à juste titre comme un des grands chefs d'oeuvre de l'illustration vénitienne au XVe siècle. L'illustration comprend également un portrait d'Antoninus, délicatement gravé sur bois, et répété à trois reprises. Parti chercher fortune à Venise en 1477, Lucantonio Giunta fut d'abord employé de papeterie, avant de fonder en 1489 une librairie spécialisée dans les livres religieux, dont il commandait la fabrication à des imprimeurs de la ville. Bien que Lucantonio fonda sa propre imprimerie en 1499, ce livre demeure le seul connu à porter sa marque d'imprimeur.On trouve relié à la suite: une biographie d'Antoninus par Franciscus Castillionensis; les épitres de Uberti de Romanis; le Trialogus de Basptista de Finaria; ainsi que regula ad omnes religiosos par Hieron Savonarala, donné ici dans son édition originale. Charmant exemplaire, bien conservé dans une reliure signée par Lloyd.Goff. A-883; CW 2203; Hain 1274 (incl. 14361 and Cop. 9507); Essling 838.
Bookseller: OSLO RARE BOOKS [Norway, Flekkefjord]
2018-03-23 01:55:18
AUGUSTINUS AURELIUS (SANCTUS).
1477. In-folio; 322 cc. (assenti la prima e l'ultima che sono bianche), carattere tondo; buona legatura ottocentesca in tutta pergamena con unghie, tasselli in marocchino rosso e verdi con fregi e titolo in oro al dorso. Alla carta a1 grande iniziale decorata con estensione floreale al margine bianco. Centinaia di iniziali grandi e piccole bene eseguite miniate in rosso e blu. Bell'esemplare a grandi margini (19,5 x 29,2 cm) proveniente dalla raccolta di Giuseppe Martini (sua firma autografa al verso della sguardia anteriore). Prima edizione in italiano ed in ogni altra lingua moderna del De civitate Dei, uno dei testi fondamentali della storia del pensiero dell'uomo. La traduzione Š attribuita a Jacopo Passavanti. Sul luogo di stampa e sulla data esistono diversi pareri. Il Martini, in base ad un attento esame dei caratteri e della filigrana, lo assegna alla stamperia Miscomini di Venezia e, confrontando il carattere con quello usato per la versione italiana di Tito Livio del 1478, lo ritiene più nitido e meno usato e quindi lo data "circa 1477". HC 2071. GW 2892 (Firenze). IGI 982 (Firenze). BMC VII, 1136 (Venezia?). Goff A-1248 (Venezia?). Martini 1 (Venezia). Gamba 3. Paitoni I, p. 9. PMM 3 (per l'edizione latina di Subiaco del 1467).
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2018-01-13 15:43:28
AUGUSTINUS AURELIUS (SANCTUS).
In-folio; 322 cc. (assenti la prima e l'ultima che sono bianche), carattere tondo; buona legatura ottocentesca in tutta pergamena con unghie, tasselli in marocchino rosso e verdi con fregi e titolo in oro al dorso. Alla carta a1 grande iniziale decorata con estensione floreale al margine bianco. Centinaia di iniziali grandi e piccole bene eseguite miniate in rosso e blu. Bell'esemplare a grandi margini (19,5 x 29,2 cm) proveniente dalla raccolta di Giuseppe Martini (sua firma autografa al verso della sguardia anteriore). Prima edizione in italiano ed in ogni altra lingua moderna del De civitate Dei, uno dei testi fondamentali della storia del pensiero dell'uomo. La traduzione Š attribuita a Jacopo Passavanti. Sul luogo di stampa e sulla data esistono diversi pareri. Il Martini, in base ad un attento esame dei caratteri e della filigrana, lo assegna alla stamperia Miscomini di Venezia e, confrontando il carattere con quello usato per la versione italiana di Tito Livio del 1478, lo ritiene più nitido e meno usato e quindi lo data "circa 1477". HC 2071. GW 2892 (Firenze). IGI 982 (Firenze). BMC VII, 1136 (Venezia?). Goff A-1248 (Venezia?). Martini 1 (Venezia). Gamba 3. Paitoni I, p. 9. PMM 3 (per l'edizione latina di Subiaco del 1467).
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2017-11-26 21:35:16
BIBBIA - DE HANAPIS Nicolaus
G. da Colonia e G. Manthen. in-4, ff. 30 n.n., (a8, b8, c6, d8), legatura moderna in pergamena floscia di riutilizzo, capitelli passanti (si intravvedono antichi segni di rigatura ai piatti). Testo su due colonne in carattere gotico, lettere guida in inchiostro rosso o blu. Si tratta della sola seconda parte, venduta con ogni probabilità anche separatamente, della raccolta di testi di S. Bonaventura pubblicati nel 1477 da Giovanni da Colonia e Manthen. La ''Biblia Pauperum'', che la critica recente avvicina a Nicolaus de Hanapsis (m. 1291), è in realtà una versione accorciata del ''Virtutum vitiorumque exempla'', noto anche come ''Exempla sacrae Scripturae''. Si tratta di una raccolta di sentenze tratte dalle Sacre Scritture disposte in ordine alfabetico (ex. De morte malorum; De mulierum audacia; De pusillanimtate..). Esemplare con alcune tracce d'umido ai margini esterni (soprattutto verso la fine). Al verso dell'ultimo f. nota di possesso di mano del XV secolo ''Iste liber pertinet ad Locum Crapani (?)''.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-22 19:31:56
AGOSTINO, Aurelio Santo.
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2017-11-22 19:31:53
GELLIUS, Aulus.
(Venezia, Andreas de Paltasichis, 1477). in-folio (305x210 mm.), ff.198 n.n. (il f.17 bianco), segnatura A-B8, a-x8, y-z6, impressi in elegante carattere tondo romano con importanti passaggi in un elegante carattere greco. I 16 ff. d'indici sono posti all'inizio del volume. Legatura coeva in cuoio con triplice bordura a secco sui piatti in assicelle (con restauri secenteschi al dorso e a un angolo, tracce di fermagli originali in bronzo), all'interno dei piatti due fogli mss. di codice pergamenaceo del XIV secolo. Quarta edizione quattrocentesca del noto testo di Gellius, formato da venti capitoli di dotta miscellanea critica che trattano la letteratura, la filosofia, la storia, il diritto e la matematica, secondo le conoscenze e la cultura greca del II secolo. E' il terzo incunabolo uscito dai torchi del Paltasichis, attivo a Venezia dal 1477 al 1479 e dal 1482 al 1493. Bellissimo e raro incunabolo ottimamente impresso su carta forte. Frequenti ed interessanti note manoscritte nei margini: alcune eleganti strettamente coeve, altre di poco posteriori. Affascinante esemplare a pieni margini, (alone d'umido nella parte inferiore di parte dei fogli).. Hain-Copinger, 7580. BMC, V,251 (erra nella collazione). Proctor, Printing of Greek, p126. IGI, 4189. Goff, G-121..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-22 19:31:53
APPIANUS Alexandrinus
Omnia e graeco in latinum translata a Petro Candido. Venetiis, per B. Pictorem e E. Ratdolt, cum P. Loslein, 1477. 2 parti in un vol. in-4 gr.(mm 291x220), ff. n.n. 131 su 132 mancando il primo f. bianco; 211 su 212 mancando il primo bianco. Attraente legatura d'amatore del XIX sec. in marocchino blu con riquadro a filetti oro sui piatti, dorso a nervi con tit. e fregi oro, tagli dor., dentelle int. I primi fogli di ambedue le parti sono incorniciati dalla prima bordura ornamentale su fondo nero ad apparire in un testo a stampa (cfr. A.M. Hind, An Introduction to a History of Woodcut, New York, 1963, II, p. 458 e sgg.). Con 14 grandi iniziali xilografiche ornate, sempre su fondo nero; testo in nitidissimo car. tondo. Editio princeps della Historia Romana dello storico alessandrino Appiano nella traduzione latina dell'umanista pavese Pier Candido Decembrio. Il ''De bellis civilibus'' era già apparso nel 1472 preso i torchi di Vindelino da Spira; questa è la prima edizione collettiva delle due parti che tuttavia si trovano raramente riunite, come invece nel presente caso. L'opera di Appiano, storico greco vissuto a Roma nel II sec. d.C., ebbe il merito di mutare l'usuale struttura annalistica della storiografia romana, dividendola sistematicamente per argomenti. La Storia Romana, conclusa intorno al 160 d.C., presenta un resoconto basato sulle storie locali dei vari popoli e paesi che componevano l'impero, a partire dalla loro sottomissione e incorporazione nell'impero stesso. Dei ventiquattro libri di cui era composta, ne sono rimasti integri solamente dieci (dal VI all'VIII … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-31 17:52:22
Haydn, Joseph (1732-1809):
Hob
1477. Hob II, S. 36; RISM HH 4643. - Erstausgabe des Klavierauszugs. - Einband lädiert, im Bund gelockert, gering fingerfleckig. (Hob. XXI, 2) Die Schöpfung. Ein Oratorium. Klavierauszug von Anton André. Englischer und deutscher Text. Offenbach, J. André (Pl.Nr. 1477) [1800]. 115 gest. S. qu-fol. Hln.d.Zt. [RARE PRINTED MUSIC] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Musikantiquariat Bernd Katzbichler [Unterwössen, Germany]
2017-10-28 05:55:31
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Artist: Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius ( - 1550 ) ; issued in: Strassburg; date: 1513 1477 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size in cm : 28 x 46,5 - description: Map shows in trapezoid north Africa and the neighbouring countries. With the Mediterranean Sea and partly the islands of Sicily and Sardinia. Rivers and mountains are roughly shown. On reverse the description with splendour-fully decorated letters.The typical Ptolomey watermark on the right side. - Vita of the artist: "Johann Schott (1477-1550). He reissued maps after Martin Waldessemueller from Johann Schott (1477-1550). Schott was well known for his atlas : Tabula Moderna Germanie. He reussued the Martin Waldseemueller maps from 1482 including 20 detailed region maps which makes the atlas of Johann Schott one oft he most important works of those days. Schott is also well known for his atlases: "Alexandri Magni"and "Margarita philosophica".Martin Waldseemüller:Waldseemüller was born some time in the 1470's in Radolfzell, Württemberg, in Germany. He began his education at the University of Freiburg in 1490. In 1507, he moved to Saint-Dié in Lorraine, France. Here, according to Hébert, Waldseemüller became a member of a small intellectual circle called Gymnasium Vosagense. He died in France in 1522.He was the author of the wall map of 1507, which named America for the first time. In that same year it is believed he completed the maps for an edition of Ptolemy's 'Geography'. It was not until 1513 though that it was published.Martin Waldseemüller, a highly accomplis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2017-10-22 21:09:05
Loosjes Pzn., A.
Gebonden in half leer, 6+605 p., ill. Lit: De Haan, Loosjes, p. 245; Landwehr, Col. plates, nrs. 352 en 353; Buisman 1477/1478; , 523, Grijzenhout, ‘Wandelingen door Hollands Arkadia', De Achttiende Eeuw 36 (2004) 132-142. Kleine beschadiging op de rug middenin. Eerste druk van dit beroemde werk van Loosjes, verschenen in 1804 en 1805, in drie stukken. De tekst bestaat uit een wandeling van een gefantaseerd gezelschap door de omstreken van Haarlem: Heemstede, Aerdenhout, Bentveld, Zandvoort, Overveen, Bennebroek, Hillegom, Schoten, Santpoort, Bloemendaal, Velsen, Schalkwijk, Nieuwerkerk, Penningsveer, Haarlemmerliede, Spaarnwoude, Spaarndam, Beverwijk. Het boek wordt besloten met - veelal ontbrekende - “Bijvoegsels”, waaronder een lijst van buitenplaatsen rond Haarlem met de namen van de bewoners in 1805 en lijsten van “bloemisten” en blekerijen uit dat jaar. Een belangrijk deel van de (ook financiële) waarde van het boek wordt gevormd door de grote kaart die in het boek is gevouwen: “Kaart van de omstreeken der stad Haarlem van de Beverwijk tot Hillegom”, door C. van Baarsel naar G. van der Paauw uit 1805 en door de vier prenten van F.A. Milatz van de Brouwerskolk, het slot van Heemstede, Duin en Daal en Beverwijk. Voorts heeft het boek een titelvignet met het “graf van Rousseau” en een aantal pagina’s muziekschrift gecomponeerd door J.L.P.L. Freubel. De platen en de kaart in dit exemplaar zijn - zoals meestal - handgekleurd. Over herdrukken bestaat enige vaagheid: Landwehr noemt een herdruk uit 1807. De Haan spreekt van ee … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-16 14:17:56
Loosjes Pzn., A.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-10-16 12:39:36
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2017-10-16 12:39:36
Ptolemy/Waldseemüller- Johann Schott Claudius (1477 - 1550)
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2017-10-16 11:34:16
ANTONINUS Sanctus
Venetiis, Johannes de Colonia et Johannes Manthen, 1477. in-folio, ff. (366, il primo bianco presente), importante, splendida leg. del tempo uso monastico con i piatti in assicelle ricoperti di pelle decorati a secco da vari ordini di bordure, dorso a 4 nervi, con losanghe intrecciate e piccole decorazioni a fiori; 4 borchie metalliche conservate al piatto anteriore. (piccoli restauri). F. 2r., titolo: ''Clarissimi ac doctissimi viri fratris Anthonini.secunda pars summe.''; f. 364r., colophon: ''Impressum est opus.Venetijs impensis Johannis de Colonia sociique eius Johannis Manthen de Gherretzem. M.cccc.lxxvij''; f. 366r.: ''Registrum 2e partis.''. Testo in car. semigotico, su due colonne, interamente rubricato, con gran numero d'iniziali su cinque righe, dipinte in rosso o blu con fregi filigranati nel colore inverso; una grande iniziale, abilmente ritoccata nel XIX secolo, su tredici righe, in oro con miniatura in verde e rosa; all'interno ritratto a mezzo busto del Santo, che sfoglia il libro; estensione lungo tutto il margine interno, con decorazione floreale in vari colori, e pointill? dorato. L'unica parte pubblicata dagli stampatori Joh. de Colonia e Joh. Manthen e seconda ediz. in assoluto di questa parte della ''Summa theologica'' (che si compone di 4 parti ed apparve completa per la prima volta a Norimberga, A. Koberger, 1477-79). La ''Summa'' ? l'opera capitale di S. Antonino (Firenze 1389 - 1459, frate domenicano, arcivescovo di Firenze dal 1445, dai suoi concittadini inviato in varie missioni diplomatiche presso vari Pontefici) con cui esercit? un grande influs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:34:16
ANTONINUS Sanctus
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-14 18:34:49
AUGUSTINUS, AURELIUS (SAN AGUSTÍN).
Imp. Mathias Moravus. Nápoles, 1477 - . 25 cm. 298 folios (a8, b10, a-z10, [et]10, aa-dd10). Faltan ff. a2, a7-8, b9, a1, b5, z3, dd1, dd8. Enc. en pergamino. Inscripción en la lomera: "Aurelius | Augustinus | De | Civitat. Dei". Hojas de guarda en pergamino reutilizado (contienen fragmentos de un tratado teológico en latín, s. XV). Exlibris de antiguos poseedores: convento de dominicos de Manresa (s. XVI) y biblioteca de San Magín [de Brufaganya, santuario regentado por los dominicos] (s. XVIII). Notas manuscritas de lectores del s. XVI. Leves manchas de humedad. * Una de las primeras ediciones del De civitate Dei, tratado sobre teología de la historia compuesto por san Agustín tras el impacto de la entrada de los bárbaros en Roma en 410. La distinción entre la ciudad de Dios y la ciudad del mundo que se establecía en la obra fue una de las bases sobre las que se construyó el relato sobre la historia universal durante las edades Media y Moderna. Difundidísimo en copias manuscritas e impresas, comentado y traducido a diversas lenguas a partir de la Edad Media, el De civitate Dei es sin duda uno de los textos fundacionales del concepto cristiano de la historia. GW 2881. ISTC ia01237000. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria anticuaria Farré [Spain]
2017-10-01 09:15:46
Faksimile: Kl.4 (27, 5 x 20 cm), 232 Bl., 469 prächtige, kolorierte Tierdarstellungen. Kommentarbd.: 213 S., einige Abb., Faks.: OLdr. floraler Goldgeprägung a. Holzdeckeln über 4 echten Bünden, Rundumgoldschnitt Kommentarbd.: OLwd. in OLwd-Kassette (37 x 26 cm)., Tadelloses Exemplar. Handnummeriertes Exemplar, hier die Nr.16 von 600 nummerierten Exemplaren für den deutschsprachigen Raum (Gesamt 2460, davon 60 röm. num.). Der Text des Einführungsbandes ist von Cynthia M. Pyle. - Wundervolle und prächtig ausgestattete Faksimile eines der wertvollsten zoologischen Manuskripte aus der Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana. - Pier Candido Decembrio (Petrus Candidus) (1399?-1477) Ubersetzter und Sekretär und Diplomat von Filippo Maria Visconti (1392-1447), des Herzogs von Milano. Er wurde als der "Präsident" der kurzlebigen Ambrosian Republik in Mailand (1447-1450) bezeichnet. Nach 1450 wurde er verbannt und verbrachte einige Zeit in Neapel am Hofe von Alfons V. von Aragón und in Ferrara. Sein Grabstein führt 127 Werke auf, darunter Übersetzungen und Biographien, darunter das Leben des Filippo Maria Visconti und auch das Tierbuch Bestiarium.
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