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2019-08-08 16:44:40
BIBLIA LATINA
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1479. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (295 x 205 mm). 570 (of 572) unfoliated leaves, lacking initial and final blanks only. Printer's name and place of publication from ISTC; publication date from colophon on verso of leaf 9(8); title from first lines of text on recto of leaf a2. Signatures: a-y10 A-T10 U12 X-Y10 1-810 9-108 1110 12-1312. Bound without initial and final blank leaves a1 and 13(12). Leaf 10(8) verso blank. Printed in 2 columns, 47 lines. Rubricated throughout with red paragraph marks, painted lombards alternating in red and blue, single initials with rich Fleuronné filling, the first with extensive additional penwork along innner margin of a2r. Bound in 18th century half calf, spine with 5 raised bands, gilt-ruling and gilt-lettered label in first compartment, red-dyed edges (hinges partially split towards spine ends but cords expertly reinforced, spotting, scratching and soiling, extremities worn). The text pages generally clean and crisp with minor browning and occasional spotting, light offsetting and blurring of blue-painted lombards in places, first flyleaf mounted on inner margin of a1r obscuring part of the penwork (here some additional soiling from earlier partial unmounting of that flyleaf), free endpapers, first and last two leaves with vertical crease. Provenance: Count de Renesse-Breidbach* (engraved bookplate 'Ex bibliotheca Renessiana, no. 4' on front pastedown), Antoine Mouradian (bookplate with motto 'On abuse du vrai' on front pastedown). A fine copy. ---- Johann Amerbach's first Bible print … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-07-08 20:11:19
Jerusalem, The Israeli Museum, 1479. Fac simle edition. 122 number of 550 copies. 816 pagine con splendide illustrazioni di vita ebraica. The most lavish of all Hebrew manuscripts. 948 pages containing 70 religious and secular works including the Passover Haggadah and Siddur. 816 illuminated pages and miniatures illustrate in exquisite detail almost every custom of Jewish life. Executed in northern Italy in 1479. A strictly limited facsimile edition , number 122 of 550 numbered copies. cl5 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Messinissa libri [Milano, MI, Italy]
2019-06-10 05:11:48
Albertus Magnus
1479. Albertus Magnus: De animalibus. Mantua : Paulus de Butzbach für Marcus Mazola & Antonius de Vignono, 12.1.1479. 2 (42 x 29 cm). 21 Blätter a2-[a8]. b[1]-[b8]. c[1]-c3. [c6]-[c8]. Fragment. GW 588. Das Fragment enthält den Textanfang, es fehlen am Anfang die 4 Blätter mit dem Inhaltsverzeichnis und das unbedruckte Blatt a1, aus Lage c Blatt 4-5 und dann alles nach Blatt c8. Ein vollständiges Exemplar hätte 306 Blätter. Der Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke kennt 68 Exemplare / Fragmente in öffentliche Sammlungen. Auf Blatt a2 mehrfarbbige, goldgehöhte Buchmalerei mit dem Wappen des Dominikaner-Ordens. Durchgängig mit farbigen Initalien von Hand, teils mit Federwerk, alle Seiten mit zeitgenössischen handschriftlichen Randnoten. Wasserfleckig und mit kleineren Ausbrüchen im unbedruckten Rand.
Bookseller: westens [Germany]
2019-05-04 19:47:13
Duranti, Guillelmus
Strassburg: George Husner, 1479. Folio. ff. (3), 385. Complete. Large foliated color initial on first leaf of text, other smaller colored initials throughout, and text rubricated throughout. Orig. blind tooled calf covering oak boards, calf rubbed, with a few small losses. Rebacked in calf with spine painted and hand-lettered. Both fore-edge clasps present, but other brass pieces from the cover lacking. Some occasional light text soiling. Four leaves (ff.190-193) with outer blank margin tears, repaired without any loss. Folio 328 with a repaired blank corner. Overall, a rather clean and attractive copy, with full margins and numerous contemporary marginal notes and manicules in black and occasionally red ink. One contemporary ownership notation, and 2 later ("Joannes Chrysostom" and "Wenceslaus Zbrinslowskym (? )"). A scarce edition of one of the most reprinted books of the 15th century. First printed in 1459, the ISTC records 45 editions. The text is called, "The most important treatise on the symbolism of church architecture and rituals of worship. It served as an encyclopedic compendium and text book for liturgists and remains an indispensable guide for the understanding of the significance of medieval and ecclesiastical art and worship ceremonies" (from a World Cat citation of a summary of the 2007 English translation of THE RATIONALE). ISTC idoo420000; GoffD420; H 6466. Very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-05-02 10:32:58
Venice: Nicolas Jenson, 1479. Some trivial light foxing or faint damp-staining but IN FINE CONDITION. Fresh and clean leaves printed on heavy and crisp Incunabula paper. Beautifully illuminated. Extraordinarily rare premium bifolia leaves for the discriminating collector and/or Bible scholar. No where else will you find an opportunity at this price to purchase so early and so beautiful an incunabula printing of the Annunciation and the Magnificat (Luke 1:27-33 and Luke 1:46-55)--last photo shown above. As a bonus, the opposite side of one of the 2 joined bifolia leaves (from the Gospel of Mark) has two extraordinary five-line illuminated initials in blue, green, magenta, orange tempera, and burnished gold leaf. Each leaf 32.5 cm x 23 cam -- 12.8 in x 9.00 in. In addition to producing some of the most attractive books of the period, the printer of these leaves, Nicolas Jenson, also had close working relationships with leading illuminators, who would enhance special copies of his works, as here, with glittering embellishments to appeal to a discriminating wealthy clients. When Jenson issued this Latin Bible, in 1479, Pope Sixtus IV conferred upon him the honorary title of Count Palatine. Born a Frenchman near Troyes, Jenson (1420-80) is believed to have learned the art of movable type from Johannes Gutenberg between 1458 and 1462. In 1469 he established his press in Venice, where he printed in nearly a hundred of the finest books produced in the fifteenth century. The present leaves were not printed in Jenson's renowned Roman font, but rather in a rounded and readable gothi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: blagadaria [Highland, Michigan, US]
2019-05-02 10:32:58
Venice: Nicolas Jenson, 1479. PRICE REDUCED: Tear at bottom center of leaf--has been expertly repaired. ILLUMINATION HAS BLED THROUGH (see photos). Bleed through in several areas detracts from overall appearance but, still, very rare and sought after by collectors. Printed only 24 years after Gutenberg's Bible. Extraordinarily beautiful illumination. 5 sparkling illuminated letters in blue, green, magenta, orange, and burnished gold. 32.5 cm x 23 cm -- 12.8 in. x 9.00 in. early incunabula Bible leaf with magnificent illumination. Double column, 51 lines of text plus headline, Gothic type. Printed 1479 on heavy and crisp incunabula paper by the renowned Venetian printer, Nicolas Jenson. Born a Frenchman near Troyes, Jenson (1420-80) is known to have set up shop in Venice in 1470, and during a decade of labor, he issued nearly 100 exceptional editions of Greek and Latin works. As a typographer, he adapted Carolingian script to create a lowercase alphabet, accompanying it with Roman capital letters, creating the typographic style now known as Roman type which is considered the perfect embodiment of humanistic ideals. Jenson also developed a rounded and readable Gothic type, made even more pleasing to the eye by the spacious margins. It is this style type used here in his Bible. As early as the year 1474 he had already cut a Gothic text type which was imitated more than any other type of the 15th century, coming into common use throughout Italy, Germany, and Switzerland in the 1480s. In addition to printing some of the most attractive books of the period, Jenson also had cl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: blagadaria [Highland, Michigan, US]
2019-04-19 11:44:52
ANTONINUS FLORENTINUS
Nicolaus Jenson 15 December 1479, Venice. 310 x 210 mm. (12 18 x 8 1/8"). [254] leaves. Part I, only, of four separately printed parts. Second Printing. Excellent retrospective dark brown sheepskin tooled in blind, covers with plain rule and floral roll frame, central panel diapered, with rosette stamps within the lozenge compartments, raised bands. Capitals struck with red, hand-painted initials and paragraph marks in red or blue, TWO LARGE (12-lin and 15-line) MAIBLUMEN INITIALS in red, blue, and green, with descenders running the length of the text, that on the larger initial extending across the tail edge, THE INITIALS AND DESCENDERS HIGHLIGHTED WITH BURNISHED GOLD. Goff A-872; BMC V, 179. A touch of rubbing to extremities, boards lightly chafed in a few spots, a couple of openings faintly browned, minor worming to last couple of quires, isolated trivial stains, but A FINE COPY INTERNALLY, clean, crisp, well-margined, and mostly bright, in a sturdy sympathetic binding. This is a handsomely decorated copy of an early printing (following the first by one year) of the first part of the principal work by a great Medieval churchman; it is printed by one of the two or three most celebrated of incunabular printers; and, as a bonus, the volume boasts two beautiful illuminated initials. As a whole, the "Summa," the work upon which the theological fame of Antoninus (1389-1459) rests, is, in the words of the Catholic Encyclopedia, "probably the first--certainly the most comprehensive--treatment from a practical point of view of Christian ethics, asceticism, and sociology in the Mi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-04-18 06:19:26
ANTONINUS FLORENTINUS
Venice: Nicolaus Jenson, 15 December 1479. Second Printing. This is a handsomely decorated copy of an early printing (following the first by one year) of the first part of the principal work by a great Medieval churchman; it is printed by one of the two or three most celebrated of incunabular printers; and, as a bonus, the volume boasts two beautiful illuminated initials. As a whole, the "Summa," the work upon which the theological fame of Antoninus (1389-1459) rests, is, in the words of the Catholic Encyclopedia, "probably the first--certainly the most comprehensive--treatment from a practical point of view of Christian ethics, asceticism, and sociology in the Middle Ages. It gives to Antoninus the place of honor in moral theology between St. Thomas and St. Alphonsus Ligouri." The present first and introduction part addresses the soul and its faculties, the passions, sin, and the law. As was the case with other expansive 15th century printings, the individual parts of this work were treated by their early printers (and have ever since been similarly treated) as distinct works. Andreas de Paltascichis, for example, printed the third tome only, and Heilbronn, Drach, Marinus Saracenus, and the partners Colonia and Manthen each printed only the first or second part. Jenson printed part I in December 1479, part II in June 1480, part III in 1477, and part IV in April 1480. And even when one printer issued all four parts, as in the present case, the complete work is seldom found today at the same location. Although he was in business for only a decade, Nicolaus Jenson (1420-80) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2019-03-08 08:25:57
Vilshofen, Montag nach Judica in der Fasten, 1479. Artikeldetails Kaufbrief über den Pfeilhof zu Walchsing, ausgestellt von Hans Pürching zu Sigharting zugunsten des Conrad Rindsmaul, Pfarrer zu Galgweis. [Walchsing (Niederbayern)] - Vilshofen, Montag nach Judica in der Fasten 1479. Deutsche Handschrift auf Pergament. 1 Faltblatt. 280 x 366 mm. Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 24070 Bemerkungen: Schöne 39zeilige Urkunde. - Rindsmaul "stammte aus edlem Geschlechte und kommt im Jahre 1465 zum erstenmal urkundlich als Pfarrer von Galgweis vor. Er war zugleich Kanonikus in Vilshofen, woselbst er 1469 auch zum Probste erwählt wurde, nichtsdestoweniger aber doch Pfarrer in Galgweis blieb und auch daselbst im Jahre 1483 begraben wurde" (Chronik von Galgweis auf der Homepage der Gemeinde Aidenbach).EUR 600,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-02-16).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-02-21 12:55:20
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
[Strassburg: Georg Husner, about 1474-75, not after 1479]. Folio (290 x 203 mm). Mid-19th century blue half-morocco, by White of Pall Mall dated 1850, spine in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second, third and fourth compartments. One leaf with ink marginalia depicting a hand pointing to the manuscript words "Amoris preludia". Extremities scuffed, some spotting and browning, minor marginal damp-staining, one leaf torn with minor loss to margin. With the bookplate of Robert Crewe-Milnes, 1st Marquess of Crewe (1858-1945), possibly by inheritance from his father Richard Monckton Milnes, 1st Baron Houghton; from the family library removed from West Horsley Place, Surrey. 83 leaves, unpaginated. Husner type with red initials and occasional red rules, 2- to 6-line spaces for capitals, with guide letters in nearly all cases. Second edition of the first collection of 104 biographies devoted exclusively to women, following the first printed edition at Ulm by Johann Zainer in 1473. First composed between 1355 and 1359 it "represents Europe's first postclassical history of women" (Gaylard, p. 287). Boccaccio includes women from mythology, legend, and history, intentionally rescuing some nearly lost to obscurity, and choosing famous, not necessarily virtuous, women as his examplar. In the preface Boccaccio talks directly to his imagined female audience, "by emulating the deeds of ancient women, you spur your spirit to loftier things. call on the powers of your intellect, in which you excel, and do not allow yourself to be surpassed" (Bell, p. 174). He excuses his p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-15 17:36:08
Artikeldetails Kaufbrief über den Pfeilhof zu Walchsing, ausgestellt von Hans Pürching zu Sigharting zugunsten des Conrad Rindsmaul, Pfarrer zu Galgweis. [Walchsing (Niederbayern)] - Vilshofen, Montag nach Judica in der Fasten 1479. Deutsche Handschrift auf Pergament. 1 Faltblatt. 280 x 366 mm. Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 24070 Bemerkungen: Schöne 39zeilige Urkunde. - Rindsmaul "stammte aus edlem Geschlechte und kommt im Jahre 1465 zum erstenmal urkundlich als Pfarrer von Galgweis vor. Er war zugleich Kanonikus in Vilshofen, woselbst er 1469 auch zum Probste erwählt wurde, nichtsdestoweniger aber doch Pfarrer in Galgweis blieb und auch daselbst im Jahre 1483 begraben wurde" (Chronik von Galgweis auf der Homepage der Gemeinde Aidenbach).EUR 600,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-01-16).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher [München, DE]
2019-02-01 19:29:33
Walchsing (Niederbayern)
Vilshofen, Montag nach Judica in der Fasten 1479. Deutsche Handschrift auf Pergament. 1 Faltblatt. 280 x 366 mm. Schöne 39zeilige Urkunde. - Rindsmaul "stammte aus edlem Geschlechte und kommt im Jahre 1465 zum erstenmal urkundlich als Pfarrer von Galgweis vor. Er war zugleich Kanonikus in Vilshofen, woselbst er 1469 auch zum Probste erwählt wurde, nichtsdestoweniger aber doch Pfarrer in Galgweis blieb und auch daselbst im Jahre 1483 begraben wurde" (Chronik von Galgweis auf der Homepage der Gemeinde Aidenbach). Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
2019-01-29 16:36:20
REYNARD THE FOX].
1479. Ebert II, 18879; ESTC T60836, R218371, R40614; Kirmse 15; Menke V B c (note on pp. 221-222), nos. 35, 29, 30; Wing S3512, S3436 (parts 1-2); not in Prien. One of the rare sets of all 3 parts of the English Reynard the Fox, the third part here in its first edition. The Reynard stories were already established as a coherent collection in the 12th century and were first printed in 1479, in a Dutch prose edition. They became especially well known when translated into English (and adapted) for Caxton's 1481 edition (in 43 chapters). The publisher Edward Alde in London began work on an extensive revision of Caxton's text, with many new additions, but he published only the first part, probably in 1620 (the first edition of the present part 1), containing 25 chapters, some corresponding with chapters in Caxton's edition and some not. Although the second part would have to wait 52 years, the first part quickly became the standard English version of the Reynard the Fox stories, with 8 editions from 1620 to 1671. Its language was modernized, giving both a view of the stories as they were known through most of two centuries and insights into English values and culture of the time. In 1684 Brewster added the present first edition of part 3, giving the adventures of Reynard's son Reynardine.With 20th-century woodcut bookplate. The woodcut on C1 of part 1 is printed upside down. In good condition, with parts 2 and 3 slightly browned. One front endleaf is detached, the spine slightly damaged at the head and the front hinge cracked. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2019-01-05 03:22:15
Incunabula 1479, less than 50 copies worldwide - Nider, Johannes,
Speyer, Peter Drach der Ältere 13. Nov. 1479. Ca. 27,5 x 21 cm. [268] Bl. Zweispaltiger Druck, gotische Type, 44 Linien. Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Ende des Kolophons. Durchgehend zeitgenössisch rubriziert. Späteres schwarzes Ganzleder über Holzdeckeln, Rückenschilder, goldprägter Rücken. Einband etwas berieben und bestossen. Älterer handschriftlicher Besitzeintrag auf Bl. 1 recto weitgehend ausgekratzt, dadurch kl. Loch im Papier. Zwei aufeinanderfolgende Blätter mit kl. Brandschaden (etwas Buchstabenverlust). Kleine Wurmlöcher im Innensteg. Exlibris und grosser Stempel der Ampleforth Abbey (North Yorkshire, GB). GW M26963. ISTC in00217000. Goff N217. BMC II 490f. BSB-Ink N-172. Lagenkollation [a10 b-i8 k10 l-t8 v10 x8 y10; A-I8 K-L6]. Schöner Druck von Peter Drach dem Älteren, der erst zwei Jahre zuvor in Speyer mit dem Drucken begonnen hatte und insgesamt 24 Inkunabeln fertig stellte. Johannes Nider (* vor 1385 in Isny im Allgäu † 13. August 1438 in Nürnberg) trat 1402 in den reformierten Dominikanerkonvent in Colmar ein. Wohl zwischen 1410 und 1413 begann Nider ein theologisches Studium an der Kölner Universität. Zum Wintersemester 1422 schrieb er sich an der Universität Wien für das Studium der Theologie ein, wo er im Juni 1425 zum Doktor der Theologie promoviert wurde. Seit 1429 in Basel hielt er die Eröffnungspredigt zum Konzil 1431. Von Ende 1434/Anfang 1435 bis 1437 wirkte Nider vorrangig als Magister der Theologie und zweimaliger Dekan der theologischen Fakultät an der Wiener Universität. Sein Hauptwerk "Formicarius" ist ein wichtiges Zeugnis der Geschichte der H … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2019-01-04 02:41:25
Werner Rolewinck
Georij Walch Almani. Very Good. Fasciculus Temporum Venice 1479 This is Rolewinck's History of the World from Creation to Pope Sixtus VI. The 1479 edition is the first Italian Edition. It has the VERY FIRST PRINTED VIEW OF VENICE (the Piazza San Marco from the Grand Canal. This edition was illustrated, probably to earn local sponsors. The incunabula is a superb, complete with 72 leaves, with 2 woodcut Initials and 14 woodcut illustrations in the text. The incunabula was well loved and prized in a time when books were owned by the rich. This particular incunabula is delicately colored by hand, probably at the time of leather binding i.e. first half of the eighteenth century, making it very appealing. This incunabula has been well-preserved, considering the almost 540 years of history it has witnessed. There is some light dampstaining in some margins near the first of book, not affecting text or illustrations; and, a couple of professionally small tear repairs. All in all, in very nice condition on quality paper bound in 18th century calf, double thick gilt frame, with floral gilt ornament. A very special edition, and a large copy (11 5/8 X 8 in.; 302 X 204 mm).
Bookseller: petro2000oil [Austin, Texas, US]
2018-11-27 04:12:01
BIBLIA LATINA
Cologne: Conrad Winters, de Homborch, 1479. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 20 September 1479. Folio (369 x 270 mm). 406 leaves with signatures and foliation: [1], I-CCCXCIX, [6]. 58 lines and headline, gothic letter, in two columns, spaces for initial capitals, with a 12-line initial "F" on fol. a2r supplied in red and blue with reserved white and set on a square ground of brownish pen-work ornamentation extending the length of the column; other capitals, underlines, paragraph marks and initial strokes supplied in red. Signatures: a-t10 v-x6 A-L10 M8 N-O10 P-Q8 R-X10. Colophon on X4r: "Anno i[n]carnatio[n]is dominice Millesimo q[ua]dringe[n]tesi[m]o. lxxix. ... im[re]ssum in ciuitate Coloniensi[s] p[er] Conradu[s] de homborch." Bound in 19th century half calf, rebacked preserving lower portion of original spine, marbled endpapers. Little browning of text, occasional minor soiling and spotting, light dampstaining mainly to blank fore-margin of several gatherings (final leaves heavier), a few old paper repairs (all well outside text field), short closed tears to blank margins, lower fore-edge of book block damaged by fire (well outside text area) costing up to 15 mm of paper; final 10 leaves with paper repairs to lower blank margin. Provenance: Gary E. Gorman*; two old paper labels to front pastedown; Collated complete, including the rare first leaf of prologue often absent from other copies. An excellent, virtually unmarked copy. ---- ISTC ib00565000; Oates 651; Hain 3071; Proctor 1165; Goff B565; BMC I, 247; BSB … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2018-11-23 11:57:53
Johannes Nider:
Speyer, Peter Drach d. Ä., 13. November 1479. Type 1 und 2. Fachgerecht restaurierter Rheinisch-Gotischer O-Ganzpergamenteinband (um 1480) mit vier Bünden und fünf verschiedenen runden, rautenförmigen und rechteckigen Lederstempeln (Pelikan, Adler, Lilie, Blattkreuz und Rosetten). Die Stempel befinden sich zwischen Linienrahmen und Rautenverzierungen. Einband (22 x 30 cm) mit zwei O-Messingfensterlagern in Form von zwei gewinkelten Blechen mit Akanthusblatt-Prägung auf gerastertem Grund. Pergamenteinband auf Holzdeckeln mit einer fachgerecht restaurierten Ecke. Buchblock fest. - - - Nur Teil III des Werkes mit den Blättern 185-267. Die Blätter 1 und 2 sowie Blatt 268 wurden durch Faksimile ergänzt. Das letzte Leerblatt des Bandes (Blatt 269) ist ganzseitig mit einem handschriftlichen Text der Zeit beschrieben. Die Blätter 249-267 und das letzte handschriftliche Blatt wurden aus restauratorischen Gründen im Rand angeschöpft. Miteingebunden wurde von der Restauratorin ein Papierkasten, um die fehlenden Teile I und II des Buches zu ersetzen. Im Innenfach des Papierkastens befinden sich Originalreste der Buchdeckelecke und Teile der Bindung. Teil III: Seite 185-267 mit Initialen und zahlreichen roten Lombarden, rotgestrichenen Versalbuchstaben und wenigen Marginalien. Seiten im vorderen Rand braunrandig. Die Blätter weisen verschiedene Wasserzeichen des Ochsenkopfes und des Buchstabens P auf. Blatt 267 mit dem handschriftlichen Besitzereintrag "Collegy Societatis Jesu Hildery a° 1598" am Textende. Provenienz: Steiermark, Österreich. 4°. - - - Die Buchrestauration wurde von eine … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2018-11-20 14:05:52
McCarthy, Mary
New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1968. First Edition. Paperback. Fine in wraps, lightly rubbed. Square and firmly bound, clean internally. A collection of five essays and an exchange of letters with Diana Trilling about the Vietnam War. Fine. Item #1937. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: VTG_Books [Woodstock, Illinois, US]
2018-11-15 16:53:18
LA REGINA ANCROIA
Pietro de Franceschi and nipoti, 1479. 8vo (148x97 mm). 307, [3] pp. Signatures: A-Z8 AA-PP8 QQ4. Leaf QQ4 is a blank. Register and colophon at l. QQ3v. Title page printed in red and black within a double typographical border and with the printer's device at the centre. With 34 woodcut half-page vignettes, located at the beginning of each of the 34 books and surrounded by ornamental borders. Text printed in two columns. Modern stiff vellum with overlapping edges, morocco lettering piece on spine. Outer margin and three small holes on the title page restored and slightly affecting the text, tears repaired on a few leaves with no loss of text, light marginal damp stain at the end, margins cut short with the current titles partly trimmed on just a few pages. All in all a good copy despite having been printed on poor-quality paper. LATE 16TH-CENTURY ILLUSTRATED EDITION of this popular poem reprinted several times after the first edition issued in Venice by Filippo di Pietro in 1479. All Quattrocento and Cinquecento editions are extremely rare and known only in very few copies. The Regina Ancroia is an anonymous ottava rima poem in 34 cantos belonging to the Charlemagne cycle of chivalric romances. Ancroia, the main character, is a bellicose Saracen queen. The style of the poem is quite coarse and crude. Edit 16, CNCE66905; USTC, 805246..
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-11-13 01:47:52
Disney
Condition: Very Good. Certified second hand articles More than 3.000.000 articles in shop Easy and safe purchase Disney - Arlo & Spot: Stickerbuch by Disney | Book | condition very good Condition second hand - very good Publisher Disney Medium Broschiert EAN 9781472349477 Delivery address: Change after payment is not possible. Shipping: To United Kingdom Books Fiction Books for children & teenagers Detective novels & thrillers ... and much more Music Pop Rock Children's music & audio stories ... and much more Movies Drama Action & Adventure Comedy & Entertainment ... and much more Games PlayStation 3 Nintendo DS PC ... and much more Software Children & Family Operating System School & Studies ... and much more Condition Description We try to assess the exact condition of the goods as objectively as possible. Prior to sale, each article is examined manually by us and its condition assessed according to the following criteria. Should there be deviations in any case from the condition stated, we would very much appreciate it if you would contact us before giving a review. Books & Media: new: Unused article in top condition The article is shrink-wrapped where it is delivered in this condition by the manufacturer very good: Second-hand article is in a very good condition Article hardly shows any traces of usage Pages are undamaged and contain no markings or notes Jacket or accessories are intact if included in the scope of delivery Jacket and accessories are intact where included in the scope of delivery. Jacket, cover and booklet may have just slight signs of usage but are not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: momox-shop1 [Berlin, DE]
2018-11-03 16:23:19
LA REGINA ANCROIA
Pietro de Franceschi and nipoti. 8vo (148x97 mm). 307, [3] pp. Signatures: A-Z8 AA-PP8 QQ4. Leaf QQ4 is a blank. Register and colophon at l. QQ3v. Title page printed in red and black within a double typographical border and with the printer's device at the centre. With 34 woodcut half-page vignettes, located at the beginning of each of the 34 books and surrounded by ornamental borders. Text printed in two columns. Modern stiff vellum with overlapping edges, morocco lettering piece on spine. Outer margin and three small holes on the title page restored and slightly affecting the text, tears repaired on a few leaves with no loss of text, light marginal damp stain at the end, margins cut short with the current titles partly trimmed on just a few pages. All in all a good copy despite having been printed on poor-quality paper. LATE 16TH-CENTURY ILLUSTRATED EDITION of this popular poem reprinted several times after the first edition issued in Venice by Filippo di Pietro in 1479. All Quattrocento and Cinquecento editions are extremely rare and known only in very few copies. The Regina Ancroia is an anonymous ottava rima poem in 34 cantos belonging to the Charlemagne cycle of chivalric romances. Ancroia, the main character, is a bellicose Saracen queen. The style of the poem is quite coarse and crude. Edit 16, CNCE66905; USTC, 805246..
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-09-12 04:17:52
Very Good. Rolewinck, Werner Fasciculus temporum omnes antiquorum cronicas complectens Georij Walch Almani, 1479 Excellent Opportunity to Own or Bequeath a Rare and Important Historical Book Folio (11 5/8" X 8 in.;302 X 204 mm) Gothic Type; blank, 7 leaves (table in three columns) 64 leaves (including prologue), 2 woodcut initials, 14 woodcut illustrations in the text (Historical). All illustrations delicately colored by hand, probably at the time of the binding, i.e. first half of the eighteenth century, woodcut roundels throughout. Complete copy with 72 leaves; dampstaining in margin of first 19 leaves, wormhole repairs on first 15 leaves (lower inside cover) and small tears repairs on last leaf, not affecting text or illustrations. Eighteenth century calf, double thick gilt frame, floral gilt ornament in the inside corner of inside frame and in the center of panels. Gilt design on spine; slightly rubbed, wormhole at bottom of the spine. The Fasticulus temporum is Rolewinck's history of the world from Creation to Pope Sixtus VI. Rolewinck (1425-1502), a monk from the Carthusian Monestary of Santa Barbara in Cologne, used the Chronicles of Marianus Scotus as source for his early history. The 1479 edition is the first Italian edition, made by Georg Walch in Venice. It has the VERY FIRST PRINTED VIEW OF VENICE (the Piazza San Marco from the Grand Canal - verso of leaf 37). Walch, a German wandering printer, probably illustrated this edition to earn local sponsors. A superb and large copy, complete and delicately handcolored. References Brunet. ii. 1187; Hain-Copinger 6924*; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: petro2000oil [Austin, Texas, US]
2018-07-23 15:12:48
BIBLIA LATINA
Cologne: Conrad Winters, de Homborch, 1479. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 20 September 1479. Folio (369 x 270 mm). 406 leaves with signatures and foliation: [1], I-CCCXCIX, [6]. 58 lines and headline, gothic letter, in two columns, spaces for initial capitals, with a 12-line initial "F" on fol. a2r supplied in red and blue with reserved white and set on a square ground of brownish pen-work ornamentation extending the length of the column; other capitals, underlines, paragraph marks and initial strokes supplied in red. Signatures: a-t10 v-x6 A-L10 M8 N-O10 P-Q8 R-X10. Colophon on X4r: "Anno i[n]carnatio[n]is dominice Millesimo q[ua]dringe[n]tesi[m]o. lxxix. ... im[re]ssum in ciuitate Coloniensi[s] p[er] Conradu[s] de homborch." Bound in 19th century half calf, rebacked preserving lower portion of original spine, marbled endpapers. Little browning of text, occasional minor soiling and spotting, light dampstaining mainly to blank fore-margin of several gatherings (final leaves heavier), a few old paper repairs (all well outside text field), short closed tears to blank margins, lower fore-edge of book block damaged by fire (well outside text area) costing up to 15 mm of paper; final 10 leaves with paper repairs to lower blank margin. Provenance: Gary E. Gorman*; two old paper labels to front pastedown; Collated complete, including the rare first leaf of prologue often absent from other copies. An excellent, virtually unmarked copy. ---- ISTC ib00565000; Oates 651; Hain 3071; Proctor 1165; Goff B565; BMC I, 247; BSB-Ink B-436; GW 4240; Incunabula Biblica 43 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2018-07-22 22:39:35
BIBLIA LATINA
Conrad Winters, de Homborch, Cologne. 20 September 1479. Folio (369 x 270 mm). 406 leaves with signatures and foliation: [1], I-CCCXCIX, [6]. 58 lines and headline, gothic letter, in two columns, spaces for initial capitals, with a 12-line initial "F" on fol. a2r supplied in red and blue with reserved white and set on a square ground of brownish pen-work ornamentation extending the length of the column; other capitals, underlines, paragraph marks and initial strokes supplied in red. Signatures: (a-t)10 (v-x)6 (A-L)10 M8 (N-O)10 (P-Q)8 (R-X)10. Colophon on X4r: "Anno i[n]carnatio[n]is dominice Millesimo q[ua]dringe[n]tesi[m]o. lxxix. . im[re]ssum in ciuitate Coloniensi[s] p[er] Conradu[s] de homborch." Bound in 19th century half calf, rebacked preserving lower portion of original spine, marbled endpapers. Little browning of text, occasional minor soiling and spotting, light dampstaining mainly to blank fore-margin of several gatherings (final leaves heavier), a few old paper repairs (all well outside text field), short closed tears to blank margins, lower fore-edge of book block damaged by fire (well outside text area) costing up to 15 mm of paper; final 10 leaves with paper repairs to lower blank margin. Provenance: Gary E. Gorman*; two old paper labels to front pastedown; Collated complete, including the rare first leaf of prologue often absent from other copies. An excellent, virtually unmarked copy. ---- ISTC ib00565000; Oates 651; Hain 3071; Proctor 1165; Goff B565; BMC I, 247; BSB-Ink B-436; GW 4240; Incunabula Biblica 43. Exceptionally rare early edition of the bible … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2018-07-16 06:34:57
GREGORIUS, IX.
(Franciscus Moneliensis curavit). (Colophon, f.313 verso, impresso in rosso:) Noua decretalium compilatio gregorii VIIII. impressa venetiis... Nicolai Ienson gallici. Millesimo.CCCCLXXVIIIII... (Venetia, Nicolaus Jenson, 8 maggio 1479). in-folio massimo (mm.440x290), ff. 311 (su 314, mancando 2 ff. di testo tra 201 e 204, e l'ultimo, il 314 quello di ''Registum decretalium''). Importante legatura coeva in cuoio su assicelle, impressioni a secco con motivi ad intreccio (dorso anticamente rifatto, restauri di pelle ai piatti), quattro fermagli in pelle e metallo. Testo su due colonne in caratt. semigotico, racchiuso dal commento in car. più piccolo, titoli in inchiostro rosso. Vero monumento tipografico, di Nicolaus Jenson che fu il secondo tipografo a praticare tale arte a Venezia, dal 1470, un anno dopo Johann von Speier. Raccolta di leggi papali che il grande Papa Gregorio IX (Ugolino dei conti di Segni, nato ad Anagni intorno al 1148, morto nel 1241) aveva pensato di far redigere fin dai primi anni del suo pontificato, quale ''rinvigorimento dell'autorità pontificia e del suo influsso'', tanto più necessario dopo la promulgazione delle Costituzioni di Melfi da parte di Federico II di Sicilia (cfr. Encicl. Catt. VI, 1136). Rara edizione di classica opera, apparsa per la prima volta con il commento a Strasburgo nel 1470-72. Buon esemplare a grandi margini su carta forte (aloni d'umido nel margine superiore della maggior parte dei ff., l'ultimo f. col margine esterno restaurato). BMC V, 180. Goff G-452 (2 soli es.). HC 8007. IGI 4456 (8 es.). Oates 1636. Manca alla Bibl. Vat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-07-12 16:17:41
Wiener Inkunabeleinband - Gritsch, Johannes (eigentlich Conradus Grütsch),
Nürnberg, Koberger 27. Februar 1479. 42 x 30 cm. 244 nicht num. Blätter (ohne das erste und letzte weiße). Gotische Type. 2 Spalten. 49-51 Zeilen. Durchgehend wohl verlagsseitig rubriziert. Die mehrzeiligen Initialspatien nur zu Beginn ausgeführt, dann leer, ebenso wie das zur Illumination vorgesehen Spatium zum Textbeginn. Zeitgenössischer Kalblederband über starken Holzdeckeln mit spätgotischer Blindprägung und 2 intakten Messingschließen, wohl aus Wien oder Wiener Neustadt. Gelenke und Kanten fachgerecht restauriert. Aussenlagen mit einigen Wurmlöchern, im Bundsteg meist wasserrandig. Erstes Blatt mit unauffällig ergänzter Fehlstelle im Oberrand. Ein Blatt mit etwas Abklatsch. GW 11545. ISTC ig00494000. BMC II 417 (erroneous date 26 Feb. 1479). Goff G 494. Polain (B) 1748. BSB-Ink G-396. Goldschmidt, Gothic & renaissance bookbindings. I, 19. Holter, Verzierte Wiener Bucheinbände der Spätgotik und Frührenaissance, Wien 1977 (Codices manuscripti, Sonderheft). Lagenkollation: [a10 b8 c10 d-f8 g6 h8 i6 k-m8 n6 op8 q6 r-t8 v6 x8 y6 zAB8 C6 D8 E-I6 K10]. Hauptwerk des Franziskaners Konrad Gritsch (auch Grütsch), unter dem Namen seines Bruders Johannes erschienen. Geboren wurde er um 1409 oder später, war um 1424-29 Student und Frater im Franziskaner-Konvent Strassburg, zwischen 1429 und 1435 an der Universität Paris. 1435 immatrikulierte er sich an der Univ. Wien und war dort ab 1437 Lektor in verschiedenen Klöstern. 1441 nahm er, zwischenzeitig Lektor des Konvents von Zürich, am Konzil von Basel teil. 1447 wurde er Kustos und Lektor in Mülhausen, 1451-52 immatrikulierte er si … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2018-06-26 07:57:38
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
[Strassburg: Georg Husner, about 1474–75, not after 1479]. Folio (290 x 203 mm). Mid-19th century blue half-morocco, by White of Pall Mall dated 1850, spine in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second, third and fourth compartments. One leaf with ink marginalia depicting a hand pointing to the manuscript words "Amoris preludia". Extremities scuffed, some spotting and browning, minor marginal damp-staining, one leaf torn with minor loss to margin. With the bookplate of Robert Crewe-Milnes, 1st Marquess of Crewe (1858–1945), possibly by inheritance from his father Richard Monckton Milnes, 1st Baron Houghton; from the family library removed from West Horsley Place, Surrey. 83 leaves, unpaginated. Husner type with red initials and occasional red rules, 2- to 6-line spaces for capitals, with guide letters in nearly all cases. Second edition, following the first printed at Ulm by Johann Zainer in 1473. The first printings of the book in Germany are an important witness to Renaissance humanism north of the Alps. This edition is likely to date from around 1474–75, and no later than 1479 (see Polain). The next edition was that of Aegidius van der Heerstraten, Louvain, 1487. Boccaccio's De claris mulieribus was the first collection of biographies devoted exclusively to women. Boccaccio was inspired to write it as a companion to "Lives of Famous Men" by his elder contemporary and mentor, Petrarch. He includes women from mythology, legend, and history, intentionally rescuing some nearly lost to obscurity, and choosing famous, not necessarily virtuous, women. He excuse … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2018-06-11 06:30:50
Serapion, Johannes, the younger.
Venice, Reynaldus de Novimagio (Rainald of Nimeguen), 8 June 1479. Folio. 136 leaves. 17th calf (rebacked). Latin translation of an Arabic treatise on simple drugs, traditionally attributed to "Pseudo-Serapion" (or Serapion the Younger), but recently identified as the "Kitab al-adwiya almufrada" (Book on Simple Drugs) by Ibn Wafid (d. 1067), a pharmacologist and physician from Toledo. Ibn Al-Wafid was a man of immense knowledge in all medical matters and therapeutics, with the skills to treat grave and insidious diseases and affliction. He preferred dietetic measures; if drugs were needed, he gave precedence to the simplest ones over compound drugs, and among these, he recommended the least complex, to be used only sparingly and in the lowest dosage possible. While the original Arabic version of the book is considered lost, a manuscript written in Hebrew-Arabic as well as partial translations in Latin and Catalan are preserved. This translation was prepared around 1290 by Simon Januensis (Simon of Genoa) and Abraham ben Shem-Tob of Tortosa. Very rare: a single copy in postwar auction records (Sotheby's, 1977: £1500). HC 14692*. Goff S468. GW M41691. Proctor 4433. BMC V 255. BSB-Ink S-300. GAL S I, 887. P. Dilg, "The Liber aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus of Pseudo Serapion: An Influential Work of Medical Arabism", in: Islam and the Italian Renaissance, ed. by C. Burnett and A. Contadini, Warburg Institute Colloquia 5 (London, 1999), pp. 221-231. P. E. Pormann, "Yuhanna ibn Sarabiyun: Further Studies into the Transmission of his Works", in: Arabic Sciences and Philosophy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2018-05-27 06:01:56
MARCHESINUS, Johannes (ca. 1280–1320) – JENSON, Nicolaus (printer, ca. 1420–1480)
Venice: Nicolaus Jenson, 1479. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to (198 x 147mm). Pagination: [260] leaves, with d6 and d5 bound between d3 and d4. Collation: a-y(8), 1-6(8), 7(10), A(10, A1 blank), B-C(8) (a1r beginning author's prologue, colophon on 7/9v, 7/10r-v table of contents, A2r-C8v subject index). Colophon: “Actum hoc opus Uenetijs anno d[omi]ni.1479.nonas kalendas octubris per inclytum uirum Nicolaum Jenson gallicum.” 38 lines. Double column. Gothic type. Capital spaces with printed guide letters. Contemporary manuscript initials occasionally supplied in the Legenda sanctorum (in quire 5) in alternating red and blue ink. Later vellum boards with manuscript title to spine “Mam(m)othreptis in Libros Ecc.”; (vellum lightly stained and worn, corners bumped; dampstaining throughout to margins and in gutter, few holes in first leaf of prologue restored with text loss, this leaf also with unidentified former library and ownership stamps in lower margin; otherwise good and a complete incunable copy of this important word study of biblical language). Contemporary Latin inscription on rear leaf of contents comprising short prayer of protection, “mugitus me p(er), effudi me p(er), tuere me p(er).” This is the 1479 edition by Nicolaus Jenson of the Mammotrectus super Bibliam by Johannes Marchesinus (aka. Giovanni Marchesino); the mammoth biblical vocabulary was first printed in Mainz by Peter Schoeffer in 1470. Nicolaus Jenson, a French-born printer, carried out most of his work in Venice and his productions were celebrated for their fine typographic layout. Johannes Marchesinus (ca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-05-26 05:56:28
INCUNABLE] ANANIA (Johannes de).
S.l.n.d. [au colophon] : Bologne, Henricus de Colonia, 7 décembre 1479. 2 parties en un volume in-folio, Cachet humide d’une vente de doubles de la bibliothèque de Vienne. Ex-libris Du Plessis Villoutreys. Vélin rigide ivoire, dos orné, pièce de titre rouge, tranches rouges (Reliure de la fin du XIXe siècle). ÉDITION PRINCEPS des commentaires de Johannes de Anania sur les cinq livres des Décrétales, collection officielle de textes de droit canonique promulgués par Grégoire IX en 1234. Imprimée en caractères gothiques sur deux colonnes, à 64 lignes à la page, elle est sortie des presses d’Henricus de Colonia (Henri de Cologne), imprimeur qui exerça son art dans plusieurs cités de l’Italie entre 1478, date à laquelle il est établi à Bologne, et au moins 1493, époque où il se trouve à Urbino. Johannes de Anania, mort en 1457, était archidiacre de Bologne. Tout au long de sa vie, il donna, dit-on, ses biens aux pauvres. CET INCUNABLE EST EXTRÊMEMENT RARE, on n’en recense que 19 exemplaires dans les institutions internationales, dont un seul en France (Angers). Exemplaire complet des deux parties et du Repertorium qui manque souvent (relié en tête du volume). Le premier feuillet du Repertorium est rubriqué, sa marge inférieure a été découpée sans manque de texte. GW, M12841. — Hain, n°938. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie BERTRAN [ROUEN, France]
2018-05-26 05:56:28
[INCUNABLE] ANANIA (Johannes de).
S.l.n.d. [au colophon] : Bologne, Henricus de Colonia, 7 décembre 1479. 2 parties en un volume in-folio, Cachet humide dune vente de doubles de la bibliothèque de Vienne. Ex-libris Du Plessis Villoutreys. Vélin rigide ivoire, dos orné, pièce de titre rouge, tranches rouges (Reliure de la fin du XIXe siècle). ÉDITION PRINCEPS des commentaires de Johannes de Anania sur les cinq livres des Décrétales, collection officielle de textes de droit canonique promulgués par Grégoire IX en 1234. Imprimée en caractères gothiques sur deux colonnes, à 64 lignes à la page, elle est sortie des presses dHenricus de Colonia (Henri de Cologne), imprimeur qui exerça son art dans plusieurs cités de lItalie entre 1478, date à laquelle il est établi à Bologne, et au moins 1493, époque où il se trouve à Urbino. Johannes de Anania, mort en 1457, était archidiacre de Bologne. Tout au long de sa vie, il donna, dit-on, ses biens aux pauvres. CET INCUNABLE EST EXTRÊMEMENT RARE, on nen recense que 19 exemplaires dans les institutions internationales, dont un seul en France (Angers). Exemplaire complet des deux parties et du Repertorium qui manque souvent (relié en tête du volume). Le premier feuillet du Repertorium est rubriqué, sa marge inférieure a été découpée sans manque de texte. GW, M12841. Hain, n°938.
Bookseller: Librairie Bertran [France, Rouen]
2018-05-19 05:47:10
MARCHESINUS, Johannes (ca. 1280–1320) – JENSON, Nicolaus (printer, ca. 1420–1480)
Venice: Nicolaus Jenson, 1479. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to (198 x 147mm). Pagination: [260] leaves, with d6 and d5 bound between d3 and d4. Collation: a-y(8), 1-6(8), 7(10), A(10, A1 blank), B-C(8) (a1r beginning author's prologue, colophon on 7/9v, 7/10r-v table of contents, A2r-C8v subject index). Colophon: “Actum hoc opus Uenetijs anno d[omi]ni.1479.nonas kalendas octubris per inclytum uirum Nicolaum Jenson gallicum.” 38 lines. Double column. Gothic type. Capital spaces with printed guide letters. Contemporary manuscript initials occasionally supplied in the Legenda sanctorum (in quire 5) in alternating red and blue ink. Later vellum boards with manuscript title to spine “Mam(m)othreptis in Libros Ecc.”; (vellum lightly stained and worn, corners bumped; dampstaining throughout to margins and in gutter, few holes in first leaf of prologue restored with text loss, this leaf also with unidentified former library and ownership stamps in lower margin; otherwise good and a complete incunable copy of this important word study of biblical language). Contemporary Latin inscription on rear leaf of contents comprising short prayer of protection, “mugitus me p(er), effudi me p(er), tuere me p(er).” This is the 1479 edition by Nicolaus Jenson of the Mammotrectus super Bibliam by Johannes Marchesinus (aka. Giovanni Marchesino); the mammoth biblical vocabulary was first printed in Mainz by Peter Schoeffer in 1470. Nicolaus Jenson, a French-born printer, carried out most of his work in Venice and his productions were celebrated for their fine typographic layout. Johannes Marchesinus (ca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-04-03 00:04:08
Duranti (Durand, Durandus), Guillelmus.
[Treviso, Michele Manzolo], 1479. Fol. 280 nn. Bll. (Rom. Typ., 2 Kol., 49 Zeilen; Min. f. Init.), Blindgepr. gotischer Ldr.-Bd. d. Zt. a. 3 Bünden. Frühe und seltene Ausgabe dieses erstmals 1459 bei Fust in Mainz erschienenen Werkes. - Der französische Kanoniker Guillelmus Duranti (1237-1296) schrieb seinen liturgischen Traktat in Italien vor 1286. Das in zahlr. Handschriften und Inkunabeln überlieferte Werk zählt zu den wichtigen Quellen für die Kenntnis der westlichen Liturgie. Zur Bedeutung innerhalb des kanonischen Rechts vgl. Schulte, Lit. d. kanon. Rechts II, 144ff. - Einband beschabt, etw. bestoßen u. mit einigen Wurmspuren. Rücken u. Vorderdeckel m. Nummernschildchen. Schnitt m. alter Titelbeschriftung. Alte Besitzvermerke a. Innendeckel u. den ersten beiden Bll. Unterschiedlich gebräunt bzw. fleckig (Ränder tlw. etw. stärker). Tlw. Wurmspuren. Die letzten Bll. etw. feuchtrandig, dadurch wenige Bll. m. kl. Läsuren bzw. Fehlstellen im weißen Rand. Rückendeckel m. Resten einer zeitgen. Halterung für eine Kette, dadurch die letzten Bll. im oberen weißen Rand m. kl. Rostspuren. - GW 09119; Hain 6481; Goff D 419; Rhodes, Treviso 38; IGI 3628; Pellechet 4500; BSB-Ink D-337; Proctor 6471; Madsen 1469; BMC VI, 887; ISTC id00419000. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Duranti, Rationale divinorum officiorum. [Herausgegeben von Johannes Aloisius Tuscanus], Treviso, Inkunabel, Inkunabeln, Wiegendrucke
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2018-04-02 19:55:04
Corpus Juris Canonici; Boniface VIII, Pope
1479. Later half pigskin over wooden boards. Appealing 1479 Venice Imprints of Two Principal Volumes of Canon Law Corpus Juris Canonici. [Boniface VIII (1235-1303), Pope. [d'Andrea, Giovanni (c.1270-c.1348), Commentary]. [Albignani, Pietro, Editor]. [Liber Sextus Decretalium Una Cum, Apparatus Joannis Andreae]. [Venice: Johannes De Colonia and Johannes Manthen, "16 April" [probably after 19 May], 1479. [146] ff. Collation: a10, b-d8, e-f6, g-m8, N6, o-q8, r10, s12. Text in parallel columns with 68-line linear gloss. [Bound with] [Clement V (c.1264-1314)), Pope]. [d'Andrea, Giovanni, Commentary]. [Albignani, Pietro, Editor]. [Constitutiones, Cum Apparatu Joannis Andreae (With XXIX Extravagantes)]. [Venice : Johannes de Colonia and Johannes Manthen, "7" June 1479. (Foreword is dated June 9, 1479)]. [82] ff. Collation: a10, b-e8, f-g10, h8, i12. Text in parallel columns with 68-line linear gloss. Folio 15" x 10-1/2" (38 x 26.5 cm). Later quarter blind-stamped pigskin over marbled boards, raised bands and later hand-lettered title to spine, clasps lacking, buckles present. Spine ends bumped, front joint starting at head, crack to rear joint at foot, corners worn, a few small wormholes to boards, hinges starting. Gothic type, some printing in red. 2 to 4 line initials in red or blue. Red and blue paragraph marks. Some manuscript headlines. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampstaining in a few places, smudges and light soiling to a few leaves, manuscript list of rubrics in early hand to final blank of Liber Sextus. An impressive volume. $23,000. * This vol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-03-23 11:25:08
ClémentV (Pape), [Bertrand de Got] / Jean dAndrea (éd.) / JENSON, Nicolas (imp.)
3045Venise: Nicolas Jenson, 1479. Incunable dun vol. in-fol.: 30 x 45 cm, 67 ff. non chiffrés, en huit cahiers signés a et B-H: a par 9 feuillets (a2-a5, [a6]-[a10]), B-F et H par 8, G par 10. Le f. a1 est manquant, toutefois Pellechet ne signale pas explicitement une page de titre à cet endroit. Foliotation manuscrite à lencre rouge à partir du f. a2r. La foliotation (folium ·1·) du 1er f. se trouve au-dessus de la col. 2; les no. 2-67 se trouvent au coin supérieur droit du recto des ff. a3-[G10]. Impression en deux tons (titres en rouge et reste du texte en noir), composée en caractères gothiques de Nicolas Jenson. Nombreuses lettrines manuscrites, réalisées à lencre bleue ou rouge de même que la table des matières au f. 67v et les appels de notes au f. 1r. Du f. 1r au f. 58v, le texte principal est disposé sur deux colonnes au centre de la page et entouré du commentaire. Du f. 59r au f. 67r, le texte est disposé sur deux colonnes. Reliure dépoque en demi-cuir beige. Dos lisse avec pièce de titre manuscrite. Plats en bois habillés de cuir couleur lie de vin, ornés de motifs pressés à froid, pièce de titre manuscrite sur le plat supérieur. Fers en métal repoussés à décors végétaux aux quatre extrémités et au centre des plats, fermoirs en partie conservés. Marque-pages conservés aux folios 29 et 49. Reliure usée, dos fragilisé et fendu par endroits, manque aux coiffes, revêtement des plats manquant par endroits, travail de vers; sinon intérieur particulièrement frais, en excellent état de conservation, la qualité de limpression est remarquable. Contenu: ff. 1r-58v. Constit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers [Switzerland, Lausanne]
2018-03-03 06:27:30
Serapion, Johannes, the younger.
Venice, Reynaldus de Novimagio (Rainald of Nimeguen), 8 June 1479. Folio. 136 leaves. 17th calf (rebacked). Latin translation of an Arabic treatise on simple drugs, traditionally attributed to "Pseudo-Serapion" (or Serapion the Younger), but recently identified as the "Kitab al-adwiya almufrada" (Book on Simple Drugs) by Ibn Wafid (d. 1067), a pharmacologist and physician from Toledo. Ibn Al-Wafid was a man of immense knowledge in all medical matters and therapeutics, with the skills to treat grave and insidious diseases and affliction. He preferred dietetic measures; if drugs were needed, he gave precedence to the simplest ones over compound drugs, and among these, he recommended the least complex, to be used only sparingly and in the lowest dosage possible. While the original Arabic version of the book is considered lost, a manuscript written in Hebrew-Arabic as well as partial translations in Latin and Catalan are preserved. This translation was prepared around 1290 by Simon Januensis (Simon of Genoa) and Abraham ben Shem-Tob of Tortosa. Very rare: a single copy in postwar auction records (Sotheby's, 1977: £1500). HC 14692*. Goff S468. GW M41691. Proctor 4433. BMC V 255. BSB-Ink S-300. GAL S I, 887. P. Dilg, "The Liber aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus of Pseudo Serapion: An Influential Work of Medical Arabism", in: Islam and the Italian Renaissance, ed. by C. Burnett and A. Contadini, Warburg Institute Colloquia 5 (London, 1999), pp. 221-231. P. E. Pormann, "Yuhanna ibn Sarabiyun: Further Studies into the Transmission of his Works", in: Arabic Sciences and Philosophy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-03-03 06:26:06
Serapion, Johannes, the younger.
Venice, Reynaldus de Novimagio (Rainald of Nimeguen), 8 June 1479. Folio. 136 leaves. 17th calf (rebacked). Latin translation of an Arabic treatise on simple drugs, traditionally attributed to "Pseudo-Serapion" (or Serapion the Younger), but recently identified as the "Kitab al-adwiya almufrada" (Book on Simple Drugs) by Ibn Wafid (d. 1067), a pharmacologist and physician from Toledo. Ibn Al-Wafid was a man of immense knowledge in all medical matters and therapeutics, with the skills to treat grave and insidious diseases and affliction. He preferred dietetic measures; if drugs were needed, he gave precedence to the simplest ones over compound drugs, and among these, he recommended the least complex, to be used only sparingly and in the lowest dosage possible. While the original Arabic version of the book is considered lost, a manuscript written in Hebrew-Arabic as well as partial translations in Latin and Catalan are preserved. This translation was prepared around 1290 by Simon Januensis (Simon of Genoa) and Abraham ben Shem-Tob of Tortosa. Very rare: a single copy in postwar auction records (Sotheby's, 1977: £1500). HC 14692*. Goff S468. GW M41691. Proctor 4433. BMC V 255. BSB-Ink S-300. GAL S I, 887. P. Dilg, "The Liber aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus of Pseudo Serapion: An Influential Work of Medical Arabism", in: Islam and the Italian Renaissance, ed. by C. Burnett and A. Contadini, Warburg Institute Colloquia 5 (London, 1999), pp. 221-231. P. E. Pormann, "Yuhanna ibn Sarabiyun: Further Studies into the Transmission of his Works", in: Arabic Sciences and Philosophy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-03-03 06:24:49
Serapion, Johannes, the younger.
Venice, Reynaldus de Novimagio (Rainald of Nimeguen), 8 June 1479. Folio. 136 leaves. 17th calf (rebacked). Latin translation of an Arabic treatise on simple drugs, traditionally attributed to "Pseudo-Serapion" (or Serapion the Younger), but recently identified as the "Kitab al-adwiya almufrada" (Book on Simple Drugs) by Ibn Wafid (d. 1067), a pharmacologist and physician from Toledo. Ibn Al-Wafid was a man of immense knowledge in all medical matters and therapeutics, with the skills to treat grave and insidious diseases and affliction. He preferred dietetic measures; if drugs were needed, he gave precedence to the simplest ones over compound drugs, and among these, he recommended the least complex, to be used only sparingly and in the lowest dosage possible. While the original Arabic version of the book is considered lost, a manuscript written in Hebrew-Arabic as well as partial translations in Latin and Catalan are preserved. This translation was prepared around 1290 by Simon Januensis (Simon of Genoa) and Abraham ben Shem-Tob of Tortosa. Very rare: a single copy in postwar auction records (Sotheby's, 1977: £1500). HC 14692*. Goff S468. GW M41691. Proctor 4433. BMC V 255. BSB-Ink S-300. GAL S I, 887. P. Dilg, "The Liber aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus of Pseudo Serapion: An Influential Work of Medical Arabism", in: Islam and the Italian Renaissance, ed. by C. Burnett and A. Contadini, Warburg Institute Colloquia 5 (London, 1999), pp. 221-231. P. E. Pormann, "Yuhanna ibn Sarabiyun: Further Studies into the Transmission of his Works", in: Arabic Sciences and Philosophy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-03-01 13:42:44
Duranti (Durand, Durandus), Guillelmus.
[Treviso, Michele Manzolo], 1479. Fol. 280 nn. Bll. (Rom. Typ., 2 Kol., 49 Zeilen; Min. f. Init.), Blindgepr. gotischer Ldr.-Bd. d. Zt. a. 3 Bünden. Frühe und seltene Ausgabe dieses erstmals 1459 bei Fust in Mainz erschienenen Werkes. - Der französische Kanoniker Guillelmus Duranti (1237-1296) schrieb seinen liturgischen Traktat in Italien vor 1286. Das in zahlr. Handschriften und Inkunabeln überlieferte Werk zählt zu den wichtigen Quellen für die Kenntnis der westlichen Liturgie. Zur Bedeutung innerhalb des kanonischen Rechts vgl. Schulte, Lit. d. kanon. Rechts II, 144ff. - Einband beschabt, etw. bestoßen u. mit einigen Wurmspuren. Rücken u. Vorderdeckel m. Nummernschildchen. Schnitt m. alter Titelbeschriftung. Alte Besitzvermerke a. Innendeckel u. den ersten beiden Bll. Unterschiedlich gebräunt bzw. fleckig (Ränder tlw. etw. stärker). Tlw. Wurmspuren. Die letzten Bll. etw. feuchtrandig, dadurch wenige Bll. m. kl. Läsuren bzw. Fehlstellen im weißen Rand. Rückendeckel m. Resten einer zeitgen. Halterung für eine Kette, dadurch die letzten Bll. im oberen weißen Rand m. kl. Rostspuren. - GW 09119; Hain 6481; Goff D 419; Rhodes, Treviso 38; IGI 3628; Pellechet 4500; BSB-Ink D-337; Proctor 6471; Madsen 1469; BMC VI, 887; ISTC id00419000. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Duranti, Rationale divinorum officiorum. [Herausgegeben von Johannes Aloisius Tuscanus], Treviso, Inkunabel, Inkunabeln, Wiegendrucke
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2018-02-22 08:41:41
DURAND GUILLAUME.
(Strasburgo, Georg Husner, ante 1479). In-folio; 3 cc. non numerate, 385 cc. Legatura coeva di area germanica in mezza pelle decorata a secco con rotelle floreali su assi lignee smussate, fermagli funzionanti con graffe e contrograffe incise, tassello membranaceo al dorso con titolo manoscritto in rosso e nero (qualche forellino di tarlo su piatti e dorso, piccola bruciatura all'angolo superiore esterno sul retro, consolidamento lungo una cerniera, restauro ad una cuffia). Piccoli segni di tarlo marginali sul primo fascicolo, e sull'ultimo, leggera brunitura all'estremit... dei margini e in qualche carta centrale, strappi ai piedi di CLXX e CXCVIII, con perdite circoscritte ben lontane dal testo a CLXXV e CCCLXX, piccola bruciatura a CCVI e CCVII riguardante una lettera, lievi macchie perlopi-- marginali alle ultime carte. Bell'esemplare, rubricato e decorato con ampie iniziali in penna rossa, blu o verde specie lungo il primo quarto del testo, proveniente dalla biblioteca Novacco (ex libris). Esemplare genuino, che conserva, ben preservati, tutti gli elementi originali, tipici e primitivi, caratteristici del libro stampato nel quattrocento, di una bella edizione di uno dei principali manuali liturgici medievali. Composta da Guillaume Durand (1230-1296), figura di spicco delle lotte tra Guelfi e Ghibellini, detto lo Speculatore, l'opera fornisce dettagliate istruzioni per l'officio della messa nelle sue numerose varianti a seconda della festivit... in corso, insieme con l'accurata descrizione dei gradi della gerarchia ecclesiastica. L'ultimo libro affronta, con dovizia di p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2018-02-06 01:43:13
Serapion, Johannes, the younger.
1479. Folio. 136 leaves. 17th calf (rebacked). Latin translation of an Arabic treatise on simple drugs, traditionally attributed to "Pseudo-Serapion" (or Serapion the Younger), but recently identified as the "Kitab al-adwiya almufrada" (Book on Simple Drugs) by Ibn Wafid (d. 1067), a pharmacologist and physician from Toledo. Ibn Al-Wafid was a man of immense knowledge in all medical matters and therapeutics, with the skills to treat grave and insidious diseases and affliction. He preferred dietetic measures; if drugs were needed, he gave precedence to the simplest ones over compound drugs, and among these, he recommended the least complex, to be used only sparingly and in the lowest dosage possible. While the original Arabic version of the book is considered lost, a manuscript written in Hebrew-Arabic as well as partial translations in Latin and Catalan are preserved. This translation was prepared around 1290 by Simon Januensis (Simon of Genoa) and Abraham ben Shem-Tob of Tortosa. Very rare: a single copy in postwar auction records (Sotheby's, 1977: £1500). HC 14692*. Goff S468. GW M41691. Proctor 4433. BMC V 255. BSB-Ink S-300. GAL S I, 887. P. Dilg, "The Liber aggregatus in medicinis simplicibus of Pseudo Serapion: An Influential Work of Medical Arabism", in: Islam and the Italian Renaissance, ed. by C. Burnett and A. Contadini, Warburg Institute Colloquia 5 (London, 1999), pp. 221-231. P. E. Pormann, "Yuhanna ibn Sarabiyun: Further Studies into the Transmission of his Works", in: Arabic Sciences and Philosophy 14 (2004), 233-262.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-12-23 13:13:02
Cochläus Johannes
VD 16, C 4413 - Stalla 150 - Spahn 150.- Einzige Ausgabe.- Johannes Cochläus (1479-1552), einer der erbittertsten Gegner Martin Luthers, richtet sich in seinem Werk gegen "Müntzerianer", "Widertäufer", "Schwenkfelder", deren "unruwiger geyst teglich wirdt je lenger je trutziger, alles umb zustossen was noch guotes übrig bey uns ist in Christlicher krichen"." So achte ich für bequem und nötig, diss Büchlein an tag zuo geben, darauss die Prediger das volck recht unterrichten mögen" (Vorrede).- Leicht gebräunt, wasserrandig u. gering stockfleckig, Titel angestaubt, am Bug verstärkt u. angefalzt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2017-11-22 19:31:52
PULCI Luca
Alamanus, 1479. in-8, ff. 58 (i primi due ff., con la dedica, sono stati ricomposti tipograficamente nell'Ottocento): già nel XIX secolo era talmente raro da obbligare a ricomporre 2 fogli per completarlo. Legatura in marocchino granata con decoraz. oro, filetto ai piatti, tagli dor., dent. int., titolo al dorso (bound by Lloyd).(questo esemplare apparve nella vendita Hoepli, 23-28 aprile 1923). Prima edizione di mitica rarità del ''Driadeo d'amore'', dedicato dall'autore nel 1465 a Lorenzo de' Medici. Si tratta di un poema mitologico in ottava rima, celebre per aver fatto parte della biblioteca di Leonardo da Vinci. La scena è ambientata sui monti Calvanei nel Mugello, avvicinabile per l'argomento al Ninfale Fiesolano del Boccaccio. Racconta l'amore del satiro Severe per la ninfa Lora, come Diana lo trasformò in un liocorno, e come fu ferito dalla stessa Lora, nel fiume Sieve, e come poi la ninfa fosse tramutata nel fiume Lora, che si confonde col Sieve. Luca Pulci (Firenze 1431, morto in prigione per debiti a Roma nel 1470) fu fratello del più noto Luigi, che probabilmente lo aiutò a stilare il Driadeo. ''La comica vicenda narrata da Severe nel secondo libro del Driadeo è il celebre Anfitrione di Plauto. Il testo plautino, com'è noto, conobbe un'ininterrotta fortuna nel medioevo e nel Rinascimento'' (Lanza pp. 110-36). Testo poetico in volgare in edizione censita in sole quattro biblioteche nel mondo (Manchester, Harvard, Firenze Nazionale e Riccardiana). Ottimo esemplare (ex collezione Martini), malgrado la mancanza iniziale.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-24 18:58:02
VERDI Giuseppe Il Trovatore Un Ballo in Maschera Opera Piano solo ca1860
VERDI Giuseppe - Il Trovatore Opera en quatre actes pour Piano solo par Giuseppe Verdi Paris, chez Léon Escudier Editeur L. E. 1479 61 pages - Un Ballo in Maschera Opéra en trois actes pour Piano solo par Giuseppe Verdi Paris, Léon Escudier L. E. 1805 85 pages XIXe siècle ca1860 Relié demi cuir 34.8 x 27.0 cm Très bon état a1891 Instruments à clavier [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: partitions-anciennes [Blois, France]
2017-09-18 20:37:06
MARCHESINUS, Johannes
Venice: Nicolaus Jenson, 1479. 4to (212 x 146 mm). Collation: A10 B-C8; a-y8 1-68 710 (A1 blank, A2r-C8v subject index; a1r author's prologue, a1r-7/9v text, colophon on 7/9v, 7/10r-v table of contents). [260] leaves. Double column, 38 lines and headline. Types: 3:106G (headlines and openings of each book), 6:84(75)G (text). Capital spaces with guide letters. Rubricated: pearled Lombard initials in red, some with extenders, many with additional (slightly later?) black penwork infill, capital strokes and paragraph marks in red. A contemporary supplementary manuscript register of Biblical names on recto of blank leaf A1, neatly written in two columns; contemporary manuscript foliation (1-234), leaf numbers added to the table, and a few marginal notes, all in the same hand. A few mostly marginal wormholes in first few quires, more worming in last few quires, light marginal dampstaining to last 8 or so leaves, a couple of red smudges (rubricator's?) on r5v and y8r. Large copy, preserving some deckle edges. Binding: Contemporary South German or Austrian dark brown blind-stamped calf over wooden boards, covers with large central panel outlined by triple fillets and with intersecting fillets forming a saltire design, outer borders stamped with a repeated Maria banderole tool, the compartments of the panel stamped with two sizes of rosettes, a fleur-de-lis, a circular ihs tool, a three-leaved plant, a teardrop-shaped dragon tool, drawer-handle tool and larger leafy plant tool; ten incised and embossed brass corner-and centerpiece bosses, two brass fore-edge clasps and catches, t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [US]
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2017-09-10 17:26:53
Johannes Nider:
Augsburg, Johann Wiener, 1479. Type 2. Zweispaltiges, 37-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit rotgestrichenen Versalen und Marginalglosse. Wasserzeichen: Ochsenkopf mit Kreuzstandarte. 3 kleine Wurmlöcher. Blattgröße: 21 x 30,5 cm. Incunabula text leaf. Ein Bild des Inkunabelblattes wird gerne auf Wunsch per email zugesandt.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-08-29 16:32:52
Facsimile Editions(). The most lavish of all Hebrew manuscripts. 948 pages containing 70 religious and secular works including the Passover Haggadah and Siddur. 816 illuminated pages and miniatures illustrate in exquisite detail almost every custom of Jewish life. Executed in northern Italy in 1479. A strictly limited facsimile edition of 550 numbered copies. Size 21cm x 15.6cm x 10.2cm (8.25" x 6.125" x 4") approximately (page sizes vary slightly). 948 Pages, 474 folios numbered 0-473. 816 illuminated pages with raised burnished gold, flat gold, powdered gold, silver and brilliant delicate colours. 160gsm, uncoated, neutral pH paper. A paper mill in Italy took more than a year to make a paper that accurately reproduces the opacity, texture and thickness of the manuscript's vellum and has been widely acclaimed as the closest likeness to vellum ever achieved. The paper was developed exclusively for this facsimile. David Harris the renowned Israeli photographer, photographed the manuscript at the Israel museum in Jerusalem using large-format Ektachrome film in order to capture the finest details. In order to completely eliminate any curvature close to the spine the manuscript was disbound prior to photography so that it could be photographed flat. Specially manufactured glass which is both 'optically flat' and 'optically white' was used to hold the manuscript flat during photography. The printed page is, therefore, exactly the same size as the original. Offset lithography in up to twelve colours. The three different types of gold found in the manuscript have all been fait … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books [Tucson, AZ, UNITED STATES]
2017-08-27 13:18:33
Antoninus Florentinus:
Florenz, Don Ipolito für Giovanni di Nato, 24. Februar 1479. Type 1. Einspaltiges, 23-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt auf breitrandigem festen Papier, 3 Wurmlöcher im Rand, handschriftliches Blattzahl der in oberer Ecke, Blattgröße: 20,5 x 14,2 cm. - - - Einziger Druck von Don Ipolito aus Florenz!
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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