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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 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]
2018-05-26 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]
2018-05-19 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 [Italy]
2018-02-06 01:43:13
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]
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]
2017-09-10 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 Type 1, 1479. 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]
2017-07-05 08:28:27
PLATINA, Bartholomaeus
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-07-05 08:28:27
PLATINA, Bartholomaeus
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2017-07-05 08:28:27
PLATINA, Bartholomaeus
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Ritterhude, Germany]
2017-07-05 08:28:27
PLATINA, Bartholomaeus
Venice: Johannes de Colonia and Johannes Manthen, 1479. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 11 June 1479. Chancery folio (309 x 206 mm). 240 unnumbered leaves, signatures a10 b-o8 p6 q-y8 z10 &8 aa-ee8 ff6 (a1r blank, a1v letter to the author by Squarzifacius, register, a2r text, ff6r colophon, ff6v blank). 40 lines, type: 8:109R3, 110Gk (on c4v). Two 7-line and numerous 2- and 3-line initial spaces, some with printed guide letters. Two large later illuminated initials, the first in liquid gold ornamented in black ink with quatrefoils on the arms of the M, an interlace down the central bar on a ground of blue and mauve, with silver/white penwork decoration of hairline stems and thistle plants, the second initial in blue on a reddish-mauve ground with similar filigree decoration, both with quarter borders of filigree floral sprays. Contemporary red or blue Lombard initials and yellow capital strokes throughout. Contemporary calf over wooden boards, sides ruled in blind with central panel of intersecting triple fillets forming diaper design, small star tools at intersections, rebacked in the 18th century, spine gold-tooled and with gilt lettering (rubbed), endpapers renewed, lacking the two fore-edge clasps and catches, some cracking of spine leather at hinges, several deckle edges preserved. Text generally crisp and clean, small hole in fore-margin of first few leaves, marginal worming in first 4 quires, marginal closed tears to k3-5, bb1 and dd1, not affecting text anywhere. Provenance: neat contemporary Latin marginalia by two different readers, one mixing … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-06-27 02:01:16
THOMAS AQUINAS, Saint
330 leaves (of 332, lacking v6-7), final leaf a blank. 51 lines, double column, Gothic type, capital spaces, numbers, & headings of Quaestiones supplied. Thick small folio, cont. Italian blindstamped brown goatskin over wooden boards (see below). Venice: [Leonardus Wild], 1479. Saint Thomas (1225?-74), was the first theologian of the medieval period to adapt Aristotelianism to Christianity. His works formed the foundation of theological studies from the 13th century onwards, and his Summa Theologica was, and still is, the basic theological textbook of the Church, dealing with the nature of God, human intellect, and free will. The Summa is an enormous work, and is divided into three sections: the first is about God, the second (itself in two parts referred to as Prima Secundae and Secunda Secundae) treating man and ethics, and the third (not completed by Saint Thomas) is concerned with Christology. The second part of part two, Secunda Secundae, deals with the virtues and vices. As a guide to morality and ethics, it had a wide circulation as an independent text. It was most frequently printed, from the first edition of Johann Mentelin [not after 1463]. Pars Prima was first printed in 1473, Prima Secundae in 1471, and Pars Tertia in 1474. No collective edition was published until the 1480s. There are throughout this copy of the Quaestio numbers written in the upper right-hand corner of the recto of leaves, with sometimes the actual heading. In certain sections this copy shows signs of careful and close reading, with marginal summaries (on p6 verso occupying the whole margin) a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-24 00:02:20
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, the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc.
2017-06-23 23:55:28
GRITSCH, Conradus (not after 1409-1475)
[Nuremberg]: Anton Koberger, 1479. Royal folio (414 x 284 mm). Collation as in BMC & GW. 246 leaves, unfoliated, including first and final blanks. 51 lines and headline, double column. Gothic types 4:160 (headings and headlines), 3:110a (text). Initial spaces. Fine large opening initial supplied in pink with foliate modelling, green filigree geometric infill and leafy extensions; rubricated in red with four-line Lombard pearled initials, some with flourishes, capital strokes and underlinings; small marginal section numbers supplied by the rrubricator. A large copy, preserving numerous deckle edges and many contemporary manuscript quire signatures in red ink. Fine condition (a few wormholes at end). Binding: contemporary Austrian blind-stamped white alum-tawed, skin, now faded to a tan color except where protected by the now missing metal furniture and title label, over wooden boards, from the cloister bindery of the Lambach Benedictines, sewn on four double sewing supports plus single supports (Kapitalbünde) at head and tail, the spine leather extending over the Kapitalbünde with perforated tabbed caps, an early textile ribbon bookmark knotted through one of the holes in the top extension, sides panelled with fillets, outer borders containing repeated impressions of small angled stick tools, large central panel with intersecting diagonal double fillets forming a saltire design, the interstices decorated with several tools including a rosette, palmette, quatrefoil, Ranke and star tool, evidence of removed center- and corner-pieces on both covers and of a parchment title labe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc.
2017-06-21 12:01:17
[BIBLE]
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1479. Third bible printed by Koberger, complete. Double column, 51 lines of Gothic type in Vulgate Latin, some printed marginalia, with versal letters in red & blue and decorative pen initials throughout, interior as if new, quires lettered in modern pencil. Marbled endpapers, a few contemporary annotations, first page now glued to end leaf. Brown calf with two clasps. Magnificent copy.
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscript
2017-06-13 14:21:37
Leipzig? 1479? Groß-Quart (minimal gebräunt und fleckig, kleine Verfärbungen in den Ecken durch frühere säurehaltige Fixierung an ein Passepartout, im Ganzen gut erhalten) Ein dekoratives Blatt. Zweispaltiger Druck zu 51 Zeilen. Das Blatt 429 hat auf der Vorderseite das Ende von Paulus: Brief an die Philipper und auf der Rückseite den Beginn des Briefes an die Kolosser. Rot rubriziert, die Initialen in Rot und Blau, die Initiale zu Beginn des Kolosserbriefs ist schön in Rot, Blau und Grün ausgemalt. Nach Angabe des Vorbesitzers stammt das Blatt aus einer 1479 in Leipzig gedruckten Bibel, wir konnten diese Angabe aber nicht verifizieren. - Incunabula leaf. - Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [Bibliophilie;Inkunabeln;Alte Drucke;Theologie;Beautiful, Rare and Special;Schönes;Seltenes;Geschichte;Mittelalter]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck
2017-06-07 15:08:52
Cochlaeus, Johannes Peringskiöld, Johannis
Neuausgabe der Lebensbeschreibung von Theoderich (451/56-526), dem König der Ostgoten, aus der Feder des Johannes Cochlaeus (1479-1552), die Erstausgabe war 1544 erschienen. - Gering berieben, handschriftlicher Eintrag zur großen Seltenheit des Bandes ("Liber admodum infrequens ...") auf Innendeckel, Stempel mit Tilgungsvermerk (Stadtbibliothek Frankfurt) verso Titelblatt, insgesamt sehr wohlerhaltenes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn [Germany]
2017-06-03 17:43:14
[REYNARD].
Goedeke I, p. 482; Menke VI, 17 (1); VD16, R 998 (6 copies). Rostock-Lübeck edition of the phenomenal animal epic Reynard the Fox. 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. A lot of variation exists between the Reynard stories, but the Dutch tradition, starting with the very well regarded and highly original adaptation by Willem, is the most dominant. The main story takes place in the court of a lion king, where all the other animal subjects complain to the monarch about Reynard's trickery, which leaves room for each animal to tell a story about the fox his wits, and cunning and criminal behaviour. The stories satirize nobility, clergy and peasants alike, not shunning scatological humour. The book, in German verse, is adorned with a large number of small woodcuts of male and female costumes, of noble-men and -women, monks, beggars, merchants, soldiers, etc., often repeated. The large woodcut illustrations were made after those in the first Rostock edition of 1539, of which 36 are ascribed to Erhard Altdorfer.With 17th-century manuscript entries. Browned, with some marginal water stains and some occasional spots. Recased with new endpapers, binding slightly soiled with some damage to outer border. Good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2017-05-29 15:26:49
WELLESLEY, Sir Arthur (The Duke of WELLINGTON, 1769-1852)
1479. The card (117 × 183 mm) is blind-embossed with the seal of the Earl Marshal of England and printed lithographically with decorative border, ducal coronet and the text: 'Funeral of the Late Field Marshal The Duke of Wellington, K.G. Admit [blank] to St. Paul's Cathedral. Norfolk, Earl Marshal'. It has a manuscript ink inscription giving the seat number and location in the Cathedral: '488. Centre Area under the Dome. South Side' above the printed text. 'Duke of Wellington's Seats' is written in ink in another hand on the blank verso. It is in excellent condition. (A second ticket, similar but not identical, is also available. The seat number, 1479, is still in ink, while the location is printed: 'Nave. North Side'. The blank verso is pink; apart from a tiny light stain to the verso, this card is also in excellent condition. It is priced separately at $350).
Bookseller: Michael Treloar Antiquarian Booksellers [AU]
2017-05-28 19:35:17
DONIZETTI Elisire d'Amore VERDI Il Trovatore Don Carlos Piano solo ca1850
1479. DONIZETTI Elisire d'Amore VERDI Il Trovatore Don Carlos pour Piano solo - Elisire d'Amore Opéra de G. Donizetti arrangé pour Piano solo sans paroles Paris, chez Schonenberger Editeur S. 580 63 pages - Il Trovatore Opera en quatre actes pour Piano solo par Giuseppe Verdi Paris, chez Léon Escudier Editeur L. E. 1479 61 pages - Don Carlos Opéra en cinq actes pour Piano solo par Giuseppe Verdi Paris, Léon Escudier Editeur L. E. 2816 106 pages XIXe siècle ca1850 Relié demi cuir Couverture très défraîchie, intérieur en très bon état a1651 Instruments à clavier [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: partitions-anciennes [Blois, France]
2017-05-24 17:10:26
Johannes Nider
Speyer Peter Drach d Ä 13 November Type 1 2 1479 - Zweispaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt (Blattgröße: 20,1 x 29,5 cm) mit rubrizierten Majuskeln, Rubrikzeichen und roter vierzeiliger Initiale des Buchstaben L. Ein Wurmloch im Randbereich. Wasserzeichen Stierkopf mit Stock und Stern zwischen den Hörnern. Incunabula text leaf. Die Firma Peter Drach arbeitet bereits 1475 in Speyer. Bis 1480 leitet Peter Drach, den man im Gegensatz zum "Petrus Drach junior", den Älteren nennt, die Firma. Über den Älteren ist nichts bekannt. (vgl. Geldner 1968 I, 188) Sein Sohn "Peter Drach der Junge - . - ist ein wohlhabender und angesehender Bürger von Speyer gewesen, der in seiner Stadt vielfach hohe bürgerliche Ämter bekleidet hat. Erst im Anfang des XVI. Jahrhunderts ist er mit der Stadtverwaltung in Streitigkeit geraten, und hat seinen Wohnsitz und seine Druckerei nach Worms verlegt, wo er um 1505 verstorben ist. Wenn nicht etwa die ältesten anonymen Drucke von Speyer auch seiner Werkstätte entstammen, so hat diese in ihren Anfängen unter dem Einfluss von Basel gestanden. Seine erste Textschrift (Type 2) ist eine ziemlich getreue Nachbildung der entsprechenden Type des Bernhard Richel, ." (Haebler 1927, S.57f).
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2017-05-24 17:10:26
Johannes Nider
Reutlingen, Michael Greyff, Vor dem 8. Juli 1479 (lt. INCA um 1475). Type 1. Zweispaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einer 4-zeiligen roten Initiale "A", rubrizierten Majuskeln und Rubrikzeichen. Im Randbereich etwas gebräunt. Blatt mit einigen Wurmlöchern und Papier etwas wellig. Blatt mit Wasserzeichen Stierkopf mit Standarte. Blattgröße: 20,3 x 28,5 cm. Incunable text leaf. - - - Michael Greyff, wohl ein gebürtiger Reutlinger, erlernte die Buchdruckerkunst in Straßburg. Seit 1476 war er als Drucker in Reutlingen tätig. Seine ältesten Typen unterscheiden sich nur unwesentlich von den Typen des Straßburger Druckers Georg Reyser. Greyff druckte auch noch im 16. Jahrhundert einige Bücher und starb um 1514. Nach seinem Sohn Sebastian Gryphius (1493-1556) ist heute eine Straße in Lyon benannt, da dieser zu den bedeutendsten Druckern dieser Stadt gehörte. [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-23 07:28:14
[REYNARD].
Goedeke I, p. 482; Menke VI, 17 (1); VD16, R 998 (6 copies). Rostock-Lübeck edition of the fabulous animal epic Reynard the Fox. 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. The numerous versions of the Reynard text show a great deal of variation, but the Dutch tradition, starting with the highly regarded and very original adaptation by Willem (author of Madoc), is the most dominant. The main story takes place in the court of a lion king, where all the other animal subjects complain to the monarch about Reynard's trickery, which leaves room for each animal to tell a story about the fox, his wits, cunning and criminal behaviour. The stories satirize nobility, clergy and peasants alike, not shunning scatological humour.The book, in German verse, is adorned with a large number of small woodcuts of male and female costumes, of noblemen and -women, monks, beggars, merchants, soldiers, etc., often repeated. The large woodcut illustrations were made after those in the first Rostock edition of 1539, including 36 ascribed to Erhard Altdorfer.With 17th-century manuscript inscriptions. Browned, with some marginal water stains and occasional spots. Recased with new endpapers, binding slightly soiled with some damage to outer border. Good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
2017-05-21 12:18:16
Dominicus de Sancto Germiniano:
Speyer, Peter Drach d. Ä., nicht nach 1479. Type 1, 2. 58-zeiliges, weispaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt (Blattgröße: 26,5 x 37 cm) auf festem und sauberem Papier. Einige Wurmlöcher und zwei kl. Einrisse (2 cm) im Blatt. Im unteren Blattrand der Rückseite wurde der Name des Druckers und der Titel für das Werk "Monumenta Germaniae et Italiae Typographica" eingedruckt. Dieses Blatt war dem Werk als Originalblatt beigelegt worden. Wasserzeichen Stierkopf mit T auf Standarte (54 x 30 mm), (Nicht im Stuttgarter Hauptstaatsarchiv verzeichnet). Incunabula text leaf. Die Firma Peter Drach arbeitet bereits 1475 in Speyer. Bis 1480 leitet Peter Drach, den man im Gegensatz zum "Petrus Drach junior", den Älteren nennt, die Firma. Über den Älteren ist nichts bekannt. (vgl. Geldner 1968 I, 188) Sein Sohn "Peter Drach der Junge - ... - ist ein wohlhabender und angesehener Bürger von Speyer gewesen, der in seiner Stadt vielfach hohe bürgerliche Ämter bekleidet hat. Erst im Anfang des XVI. Jahrhunderts ist er mit der Stadtverwaltung in Streitigkeit geraten, und hat seinen Wohnsitz und seine Druckerei nach Worms verlegt, wo er um 1505 verstorben ist. Wenn nicht etwa die ältesten anonymen Drucke von Speyer auch seiner Werkstätte entstammen, so hat diese in ihren Anfängen unter dem Einfluss von Basel gestanden. Seine erste Textschrift (Type 2) ist eine ziemlich getreue Nachbildung der entsprechenden Type des Bernhard Richel, ..." (Haebler 1927, S.57f).
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-05-05 16:43:46
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: 12,00 EUR Duranti, Rationale divinorum officiorum. [Herausgegeben von Johannes Aloisius Tuscanus], Treviso, Inkunabel, Inkunabeln, Wiegendrucke
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2017-05-03 10:36:51
BIBLE]
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1479. Third bible printed by Koberger, complete. Double column, 51 lines of Gothic type in Vulgate Latin, some printed marginalia, with versal letters in red & blue and decorative pen initials throughout, interior as if new, quires lettered in modern pencil. Marbled endpapers, a few contemporary annotations, first page now glued to end leaf. Brown calf with two clasps. Magnificent copy.
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-05-03 10:36:51
BIBLE]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
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2017-05-03 10:36:51
BIBLE]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-05-02 10:20:06
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]
2017-04-23 12:25:29
(minimal gebräunt und fleckig, kleine Verfärbungen in den Ecken durch frühere säurehaltige Fixierung an ein Passepartout, im Ganzen gut erhalten) Ein dekoratives Blatt. Zweispaltiger Druck zu 51 Zeilen. Das Blatt 429 hat auf der Vorderseite das Ende von Paulus: Brief an die Philipper und auf der Rückseite den Beginn des Briefes an die Kolosser. Rot rubriziert, die Initialen in Rot und Blau, die Initiale zu Beginn des Kolosserbriefs ist schön in Rot, Blau und Grün ausgemalt. Nach Angabe des Vorbesitzers stammt das Blatt aus einer 1479 in Leipzig gedruckten Bibel, wir konnten diese Angabe aber nicht verifizieren. - Incunabula leaf. - Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck [Germany]
2017-04-22 10:31:55
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1479 - Materia:Documento antiguo manuscrito sobre pergamino del siglo XV. Edad media. Sevilla. Transacción comercial. Fecha / Lugar:1479, julio, 26. Ecija. Alcance y contenido:Venta de un solar en la parroquia de San Juan de Ecija paraedificar casas que se celebra en el despacho notarial de Alfonso Diaz de Madrid entre Juan Dueñas y su esposa Marina Fernández que se lo venden a Juan de Hinestrosa, actuando como testaferro de éste Diego Rivera, alcalde de Ecija. Signo del notario letra muy legible, excelente ejemplo dedocumentación en pergamino del siglo XV con todas lasformalidades requeridas en una transacción comercial y todaslas fórmulas establecidas. Estado de conservación:Regular estado, restos de hongos, alguna mancha y pequeña perforación. Descripción:230 x 310 mm.; pergamino. Nombre del productor: AlfonsoDiaz de Madrid. (Escribano público de Ecija), JuanDueñas, MarinaFernandez, JuanHinestrosa, DiegoRivera. Escritura / Letra:Castellano, gótica cursiva.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA MARGARITA DE DIOS
2017-04-19 12:12:00
GRITSCH, Conradus (not after 1409-1475)
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2017-04-19 12:12:00
GRITSCH, Conradus (not after 1409-1475).
[Nuremberg]: Anton Koberger, 27 February 1479. Royal folio (414 x 284 mm). Collation as in BMC & GW. 246 leaves, unfoliated, including first and final blanks. 51 lines and headline, double column. Gothic types 4:160 (headings and headlines), 3:110a (text). Initial spaces. Fine large opening initial supplied in pink with foliate modelling, green filigree geometric infill and leafy extensions; rubricated in red with four-line Lombard pearled initials, some with flourishes, capital strokes and underlinings; small marginal section numbers supplied by the rrubricator. A large copy, preserving numerous deckle edges and many contemporary manuscript quire signatures in red ink. Fine condition (a few wormholes at end). Binding: contemporary Austrian blind-stamped white alum-tawed, skin, now faded to a tan color except where protected by the now missing metal furniture and title label, over wooden boards, from the cloister bindery of the Lambach Benedictines, sewn on four double sewing supports plus single supports (Kapitalbünde) at head and tail, the spine leather extending over the Kapitalbünde with perforated tabbed caps, an early textile ribbon bookmark knotted through one of the holes in the top extension, sides panelled with fillets, outer borders containing repeated impressions of small angled stick tools, large central panel with intersecting diagonal double fillets forming a saltire design, the interstices decorated with several tools including a rosette, palmette, quatrefoil, Ranke and star tool, evidence of removed center- and corner-pieces on both covers and of a parchmen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
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