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2015-01-16 02:43:40
Dombrowski Th.:
Rastatt Erich Pabel Verlag,. 66 S. Kl.-8°, geh. Gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Seiten alters- und papierbedingt leicht gebräunt, Band 1479 K15178.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchhandel Daniel Viertel Ei
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2015-01-02 19:40:45
PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Gaius
Edited by Philippus Beroaldus. Roman type, double column, 50 lines per page. Numerous initials & rubrics supplied in red & blue alternately, illuminated with 37 large initials in gold and colors, and a painted border heightened with gold & including a coat of arms on fol. 23. 358 leaves (without first and final blank). Folio (298 x 206 mm.), Italian 17th-century brown morocco (some worming to spine, some wear to joints & top of binding), covers richly gilt with three different borders with floral tools and rosettes at the corners, the second frame decorated with tools forming fans in the corners, in the centre an empty shield formed of two fillets enclosing a painted brown listel with gilt dots, all surrounded by small tools and helmet on top, a.e.g. Treviso: Michael Manzolus, "25 August 1479" [but not before 13 October]. Sixth Latin edition, the second edited by Filippo Beroaldo, of the greatest general scientific and encyclopedic work of antiquity, a storehouse of physical, geographical, and historical knowledge which profoundly affected the Western world's thought for more than 1500 years. It deals with mathematics, physics, geography, astronomy, medicine, physiology, zoology, botany, geology, mineralogy, anthropology, philosophy, history, agriculture, the arts and letters, etc. The Historia naturalis was especially popular among the humanists. One of them was the philologist Filippo Beroaldo the Elder (1453-1505), the most important exponent of humanism in Bologna. He taught rhetoric and poetry at the University of Bologna, and he edited and commented the works of numer … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2014-11-11 15:44:52
Lactantius, Lucius Coelius Firmianus (c. 240-c. 320)
Andreas de Paltasichis and Boninus de Boninis, de Ragusia, 1479, Full-Leather, Book Condition: Very Good ConditionSize: 20cm x 28cm, 12 March 1479. Collation: a10; b-d8; e10; f-m8; M8; N6; n-r8; s-t6; u8; x8; y6; z8; &8; (1); (8); Blank. Blue and red initials, contemporary notes on the margins, some restore on the inner margins of some leaves. New blind-stamped binding with brass clasps and brass book corner (front and back). SUPERB BINDING!!!! Acid-free clamshell box. The date in the colophon is printed "1478". As Mocenigo did not become Doge until 18 May 1478 there must be an error in this date. Contents: De divinis institutionibus; De ira dei; De opificio dei vel de formatione hominis; De phoenice carmen. Epitome divinarum institutionum [cap. LVI-LXXIII]. Venantius Fortunatus: De resurrectione Christi. Goff L8 ; HC 9813; BMC V 251 ; BSB-Ink L-8. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST, Livre
Bookseller: Louis Caron
2014-07-23 02:26:38
Jenson, Nicolaus:
Venedig, Nicolaus Jenson, 1479.. Fol.. Jensons gesuchte zweite Ausgabe (EA 1476) da größer (Folio) und schönere Drucktype. 439 ff.(von 452, ohne a1[flieg.Vorsatz], a4-7, A2&9, U2-7). 51 Zeilen, zweispaltiger Druck mit rubrizierten Initialen, rot oder blau, a2 Initiale Gold und Polychrom, viele Randanmerkungen in schwarzer Tinte des 16.Jhdts, einige Alt-Restaurationen, teilweise stock-oder schmutzfleckig, getäfelter, etwas späterer Pergamenteinband. [BMC V, 180; Goff B-563; Hain 3073; Proctor 4119] Provenance: 1. Matthaeus Rhedarius, Mai 1550 (Eintrag in Tinte Fußleiste a2). 2. Residentiae Soc:Jesu, Hirschberg 1706 (Eintrag in Tinte Kopfleiste a2). ----- English: Double column, 439 ff. (of 452, lacking a1 (blank), a4-7, A2&9 and U2-7), 51 lines and headline, Gothic type, a2 initial in gold and colours with marginal decoration in blue and white, other initials supplied in red or blue, 16th century ink marginalia, sig. a a few marginal repairs (occasionally obscuring small part of marginalia), a10 repaired tear within text, minor loss, P2 short repaired tear at head, some staining, soiling or spotting, 17th century panelled vellum, soiled, (BMC V, 180; Goff B-563; Hain 3073; Proctor 4119), folio, Venice, Nicolaus Jenson, 1479.
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Universität München
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2014-02-20 21:51:19
[Illuminiertes Brevier].
[Wohl Österreich], February-Mai 1479.]. Lateinische Handschrift auf Pergament. 540 Bll. (in Tinte foliiert 1-77, in Bleistift bis 210 fortgesetzt, danach nur sporadisch und fehlerhaft). Vollständig bis auf das letzte Blatt (wenn kein Kalender beigebunden war): i-ix10, x8, xi-xxxiv10, xxxv6 (von 10, vii-x ausgeschieden), xxxvi-xxxviii10, xxxix12, xl-xliv10, xlv-li8, lii9 (+ ix), liii11 (+ i), liv-lv10, lvi8. In Tinte auf 31-32 bzw. 42-44 Zln. regliert (Bll. 434-499v). Wohl von mehreren Händen; ausführliche Rubriken in rot. Mit 10 illuminierten Initialen im Psalter, 10zlg. illuminierten Initialen mit Blattwerkseinfassung (darunter ein Vogel) und 9 ähnlichen, kleineren Initialen. Pergament des 17. Jhs. über blindgepr. Holzdeckeln; 2 Schließen; Griffregister. 8vo (155 x 110 mm).. Die attraktiven illuminierten Initialen, vorwiegend im ersten Teil des Bandes zu finden, sind typische Produkte einer österreichischen oder bayerischen Werkstatt; die meisten zeigen hochpoliertes Blattgold und ein charakteristisches blasses Grün und Rosa. Die größte Initiale weist konventionelle Blattwerksdekoration auf, besticht jedoch durch die naturalistische Rose und den Vogel am unteren Rand. - Inhalt: Ferialpsalter Bll. 1-77v; Hymnar Bll. 78-94 (mit dem Hl. Kilian Bl. 87 und der Hl. Ursula Bl. 90); Gebete Bll. 94v-7v; Temporale Bll. 98- 339v, mit weißer Seite 321v und Evangeliumslesungen für die Sonntage Bll. 322-339v; Rubriken für das Sanctorale (am Schluß getilgter Text und Stege entnommener Blätter) Bll. 340-342v; Sanctorale Bll. 343-499v, mit dem Hochfest des Hl. Augustinus als "summum festum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2013-07-18 21:46:36
LEONARDUS DE UTINO
Vicenza: Stephan Koblinger, 1479. Hardcover. A Substantial BookPrinted by the Prototypographer of Vienna. 327 x 200 mm (12 7/8 x 7 7/8"). 404 unnumbered leaves. Double column, 52 lines of text in gothic type. Contemporary Northern Italian blindstamped calf over bevelled wooden boards, covers with multiple frames, one containing palmette tools, another a chain roll, the frames around a central panel filled with rows of hatched Greek crosses, raised bands, neatly rebacked preserving much of original backstrip, traces of four clasps (covers with some recent and expert repair to replicate original decoration). Occasional (slightly later?) red paragraph marks, one decorative initial in red ink. Tail edge of text block with library shelf markings of the (17th century) Count Del Borgo; occasional red ink marginalia in a fine humanist hand; a2 with (17th century?) ink signature of Francisco de Menabio. Goff L-148; BMC VII, 1043. Binding with moderate traces of wear, first two and last two gatherings with very faint marginal dampstaining, otherwise only quite minor defects internally and generally A REMARKABLY ATTRACTIVE COPY, the original binding expertly and solidly restored, the text especially clean, fresh, and bright, and the vast margins occupying more space than the columns of text. Containing works of compelling interest to its contemporaneous audience, this is a hefty incunable from the 1470s of special interest to us as an item done by a printer who produced only a few books, including the first one issued at Vienna. These "Sermones" represent the second of just four known … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2013-01-03 19:14:07
Lactantius, Lucius Coelius Firmianus
Venice: Andreas de Paltasichis and Boninus de Boninis, de Ragusia, 1479 12 March 1479. Collation: a10; b-d8; e10; f-m8; M8; N6; n-r8; s-t6; u8; x8; y6; z8; &8; (1); (8); Blank. Blue and red initials, contemporary notes on the margins, some restore on the inner margins of some leaves. New blind-stamped binding with brass clasps and brass book corner (front and back). SUPERB BINDING!!!! Acid-free clamshell box. The date in the colophon is printed "1478". As Mocenigo did not become Doge until 18 May 1478 there must be an error in this date. Contents: De divinis institutionibus; De ira dei; De opificio dei vel de formatione hominis; De phoenice carmen. Epitome divinarum institutionum [cap. LVI-LXXIII]. Venantius Fortunatus: De resurrectione Christi. Goff L8 ; HC 9813; BMC V 251 ; BSB-Ink L-8. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
Bookseller: Louis Caron
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2013-01-03 15:48:43
EUSEBIUS, Bishop of Caesarea
Translated from the Greek by Rufinus of Aquileia (345-410). 171 (of 172) leaves, without the final blank. 34 lines, Roman letter, initials in red or blue, several with extensions in green or brown ink in the margins, headline & paragraph marks all supplied in red or blue. Small folio (301 x 200 mm.), early 19th-cent. straight-grained blue morocco, sides panelled in gilt, bud & leaf tools at the corners of the inner & outer frames & in the middle of the outer frame, Spencer arms on sides in gilt, spine in compartments gilt, a.e.g. by Charles Hering with his ticket. Mantua: J. Schall, July 1479. Fourth edition, and a fine copy, of this attractive book. Dibdin wrote of this copy in the Bibliotheca Spenceriana, III, p. 309-"It is seldom that we behold a more elegant specimen of ancient typography than that which is now before us...The present is a beautiful copy, in blue morocco binding. From the Roxburgh [sic] Collection." This is the most celebrated work of Eusebius (ca. 260-ca. 340), known as the "Father of Church History." The "Ecclesiastical History" is the "principal source for the history of Christianity from the Apostolic Age till his own day...it contains an immense range of material on the Eastern Church."-Cross, The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church, p. 473. Provenance: signature of Johannes Gerlinger on fol. 1r and at the end of the text; the Benedictine Abbey of St. Peter, Salzburg, with an ownership inscription at the head of fol. 2v; John, third Duke of Roxburghe, sale London, May 1812, lot 7786; George John, Earl Spencer. A fine copy, preserved in a box. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2010-06-12 01:50:43
HOPE Thomas
1479. Magnif. ril. carton. orig. marmor., dorso e ang. in mz. vitello con decoraz. in oro, tagli acquerellati, cm 30x24, pp X, 30, 208 litograf. al tratto su disegno dell’Autore. Ril. firmata: "Dubois D’Enghien-Domus". Leggere fior. a qualche tavv, ma bell’esempl. Colas 1479. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS [Foligno, PG, Italy]
2010-04-26 17:17:18
Facsimile Editions. New. Hardcover. <p>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. </p> <p>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. </p> <p>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. </p> <p>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. </p> <p>Offset lithography in up to twelve colours. The three d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: New Boston Fine and Rare Books
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