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2017-09-14 08:34:07
Incunable.] [ROLEVINCK, Werner.]
Imp. Erhard Ratdolt de Augusta. Venecia, 24 de noviembre de 1480 - . 29,5 cm. 7 h., 68 fol. "Tabula" a tres columnas. Profusamente ilustr. con grabados xilográficos representando ciudades, un mapa en forma de T. Capitales decoradas. Enc. en pergamino. Rastro de un antiguo poseedor: rueda del convento dominico de Santa Catalina de Barcelona. Notas manuscritas de antiguos lectores, en latín y catalán (s. XV-XVII). * El Fasciculus temporum, obra de un fraile cartujo identificado con Werner Rolevinck, es una de las primeras crónicas universales impresas. Obtuvo un gran éxito en parte gracias a sus ilustraciones, que reproducían ciudades del mundo, y sus cronogramas de los reinados del mundo. ISTC ir00261000. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria anticuaria Farré [Spain]
2017-09-13 19:35:56
Petrus de Monte:
Padua, Johann Herbort de Seligenstadt, 16. XI. 1480. Type 1 und 2. 63-zeiliges zweispaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt auf festem Papier mit Wasserzeichen, rotengestrichenen Rubriken und Versalbuchstaben. Blattgröße: 29,5 x 43,7 cm. Incunabula text leaf. Druck auf klanghellem Papier. Der Drucker Johann Herbort aus Seligenstadt. Der sich gelegentlich "Honorabilis vir" nennt, war wohl Kleriker. Er druckte von 1475 bis 1480 in Padua. Seit 1481 druckte Herbort in Venedig für die Jenson-Colonia-Gesellschaft. Das "Repertorium utriusque iuris" des Petrus de Monte war sein letzter datierter paduanischer Druck. (Geldner II, S. 150)
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-09-08 14:15:22
GREGORIUS MAGNUS
Venezia (1480) - Reynaldum de Novimagio 1 foglio bianco (non coevo), [15], [2] (bianche), 330 c, 1 foglio bianco (non coevo). Senza l'ultima carta bianca. Esemplare COMPLETAMENTE RUBRICATO con inchiostro blu e rosso (nelle carte preliminari e nel registro si fa uso anche del giallo). Nel testo, 38 CAPILETTERA CALLIGRAFATI (con inchiostro blu, rosso e viola) di cui uno, MOLTO ELABORATO, su SEDICI righe e con estensioni lungo quasi tutto il margine interno. Nel margine inferiore della stessa pagina sono ritratti due angeli che sostengono una ghirlanda al centro della quale è disegnata una "M"circondata da tre stelle. Nel margine alto un uccellino ed un angelo che sta per scoccare una freccia col suo arco. Testo stampato su due colonne, 55 linee per pagina. Legatura in piena pergamena posteriore con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle incollato al dorso. Capitello superiore rotto. Pagina preliminare con lacuna risarcita e perdita di alcune lettere ed un'altra con rifacimento del margine bianco inferiore (restauri magistralmente eseguiti). Presenza di un foro (puntiforme) di tarlo ad alcune carte che, occasionalmente, intacca una lettera o due. Qualche carta con segni di foxing e rarissime piccole (e di lieve entità) macchie di umidità che non affaticano minimamente la lettura. Si segnalano delle chiose (di due mani diverse) ai margini delle prime carte ed insignificanti restauri marginali. Nel complesso, esemplare molto bello. Una delle prime edizioni di questo celebre commento al libro di Giobbe. La Editio Princeps venne stampata a Basilea per i tipi di Berthold Ruppel verso i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Archetypon [IT]
2017-09-01 19:27:00
Platina, Bartolomaeus.
1480. 4to. (93) ff., wanting terminal blank. Bound in contemporary ornate blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, spine with two raised bands; remains of two metallic clasps with engraved devices. Initials calligraphed in red and blue throughout. Housed in a custom clamshell box. Scarce early edition of this landmark work of Western civilization: the first printed book on food and drink. "De Honesta Voluptate" is also an invaluable source for cultural historians tracing early trade routes with the East: Platina's use and discussion of ginger, rice, cinnamon, saffron, cloves, oranges, and so on indicates the already substantial commercial relationship between East and West by the mid-15th century, primarily via Arab traders. A classic text of the Renaissance, no other complete copy in an early binding has been seen in auction records of the last 50 years. - Platina, the future librarian of the Vatican, composed the present work in the early 1460s while on a summer retreat in the hills of Tuscany. The ten books of "De Honesta Voluptate" discuss the origin, properties, and uses of culinary ingredients ranging from herbs and spices to fruits, vegetables, and birds, beasts, and fish. Platina records some 240 recipes employing these ingredients; yet his guide is more than a mere cook-book, and contains much advice on 'the art of good living': of eating and drinking in moderation, of the value of sexual intercourse, and so on. - As the only such printed record of its time, the text of "De Honesta Voluptate" is a fascinating source on the use of exotics in European cooking at an earl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-08-31 04:28:15
HUME, David.) DIONYSIUS HALICARNASSENSIS.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-08-31 04:28:15
HUME, David.) DIONYSIUS HALICARNASSENSIS.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-08-28 15:57:16
Solinus, Gaius Julius.
Parma, Andreas Portilla 20. Dezember 1480. 4to. 101 (von 102) Bll.nnum., ohne das erste weisse Blatt. Moderner Pergamentband. Seltene Ausgabe des im 3. Jahrhundert entstandenen Hauptwerks des Solinus, gedruckt von dem aus Turin stammenden Andreas Portilla, der zwischen 1472 und 1484 in Bologna, Parma und Reggio Emilia tätig war. Der "M.cccclxxx. xiii. Kalen. Ianuariis" datierte Druck wurde laut BMC wohl um den Jahreswechsel 1479-1480 hergestellt. Das Exemplar stammt aus dem Besitz des deutschen Geistlichen Johannes Stiglitz mit dessen Besitzeintrag "Joh Stiglitzius" auf dem letzten Blatt. Stiglitz studierte ab 1481 in Bologna und erwarb während dieser Zeit offenbar zahlreiche italienische Drucke; Bücher aus seinem Besitz finden sich in grösserer Zahl in deutschen Bibliotheken (Knod. Deutsche Studenten in Bologna Nr. 3686). - Titel minimal angestaubt und mit handschriftlicher Signatur, alte Foliierung und zahlreiche zeitgenössische Marginalien und Unterstreichungen von unterschiedlichen Händen, Schluß mit weiterem Besitzeintrag, schönes breitrandiges Exemplar. - ISTC is00619000; GW M-42823; BMC VII 937; Goff S-619.
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2017-08-25 15:17:46
MASS OF ST. GREGORY
Single miniature on vellum, 108 mm. X 60 mm., in an arched compartment cut around its frame, from a Book of Hours. The papal saint kneels celebrating Mass with an attendant as the naked figure of Christ appears to him on the altar surrounded by the Instruments of the Passion. Sixteen lines of text in brown ink in a lettre batarde on the verso. 
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.
2017-08-25 10:20:31
Werner Rolevinck:
Utrecht, Jan Veldener, 14. November 1480. Type 4, 5. Einspaltiges, 38-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem Holzschnitt Turmansicht (5,6 x 5,7 cm), rotgestrichenen Versalbuchstaben und roten u. blauen Rubriken. Blatt fingerfleckig, Einschnitt im Randbereich. Blattgröße: 19,3 x 25,2 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Rolevinck (1425 Laer -1502 Köln), Sohn wohlhabender Bauern, ließ sich 1443/44 an der juristischen Fakultät zu Köln einschreiben, bevor er am 6. November 1447 in das Kartäuserkloster St. Barbara in Köln eintrat, wo er bis zu seinem Tode durch die Pest 1502 leben sollte. Der Kartäusermönch Werner Rolevinck schrieb sein historiographisches Werk, den Fasciculus temporum, in der Kartause St. Barbara um 1470. Der Fasciculus, der "Ploetz des 16. Jahrhunderts" ist eine knappe synoptische Darstellung der Weltgeschichte, die bis ins 16. Jhd. hinein ein führendes Nachschlagewerk blieb. Es erschien erstmals in Köln 1472 bei Arnold ter Hoernen und ein Jahr später bei Nikolaus Götz. In Rolevincks Universalgeschichte in übersichtlicher Form, befinden sich neben den wenigen Holzschnitten verschiedene graphische Stilmittel zur übersichtlichen Gestaltung. Hierzu gehören Kreise mit Persönlichkeiten und Abschnitte mit Jahresangabe. Im 15. Jhd. erschien nur eine niederländische Ausgabe, aus der dieses Blatt stammt. Der Drucker Johann (Jan) Veldener stammte aus der Diözese Würzburg und ließ sich 1477/8 in Utrecht nieder.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-08-14 15:53:16
MEDIEVAL MANUSCRIPT PAGE.
Paris - An original medieval Manuscript Leaf possibly from Paris, France, about 1480 . A Very nice from a unique medieval scriptorium. There are 17 lines gothic text in brown ink on both side; latin text ; 2 two -line initials in blue, gold with white high lights on one side only. There is a small piece of the corner missing, not affecting teext and the edges of the sheet appear dirty /grubby, else in good condition.size 13.0 x 9.5 cm
Bookseller: Roe and Moore
2017-08-14 12:30:35
Platina, Bartolomaeus.
Cividale, Gerardus de Lisa de Flandria, 1480. 4to. (93) ff., wanting terminal blank. Bound in contemporary ornate blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, spine with two raised bands; remains of two metallic clasps with engraved devices. Initials calligraphed in red and blue throughout. Housed in a custom clamshell box. Scarce early edition of this landmark work of Western civilization: the first printed book on food and drink. "De Honesta Voluptate" is also an invaluable source for cultural historians tracing early trade routes with the East: Platina's use and discussion of ginger, rice, cinnamon, saffron, cloves, oranges, and so on indicates the already substantial commercial relationship between East and West by the mid-15th century, primarily via Arab traders. A classic text of the Renaissance, no other complete copy in an early binding has been seen in auction records of the last 50 years. - Platina, the future librarian of the Vatican, composed the present work in the early 1460s while on a summer retreat in the hills of Tuscany. The ten books of "De Honesta Voluptate" discuss the origin, properties, and uses of culinary ingredients ranging from herbs and spices to fruits, vegetables, and birds, beasts, and fish. Platina records some 240 recipes employing these ingredients; yet his guide is more than a mere cook-book, and contains much advice on 'the art of good living': of eating and drinking in moderation, of the value of sexual intercourse, and so on. - As the only such printed record of its time, the text of "De Honesta Voluptate" is a fascinating source on the use o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-08-14 12:23:51
Rolewinck Werner
Utrecht Johann Veldener 14 February 1480. UNIQUE HAND-COLOURED COPY of this, the First Dutch edition of Rolewinck's great 15th century Encyclopedia of History. With fine hand-colouring to the more then 30 impressive woodcuts as well as numerous hand-coloured diagrams, coats of arms, etc. Two leaves within broad ornate hand-coloured boarders, opening leaf and colophon leaf also hand-coloured with decorative borders, rubricating all throughout in red and blue. Folio, in contemporary diced calf covered boards, the corners with brass pieces on the board edges, leather straps with brass clasps. 388 ff. leaves A unique hand-coloured copy in excellent state of preservation, the text quite fresh with only occasional and very minor marginal old flaws from use, some with neat repair, a very few leaves with repaired flaws affecting a few lines of text, some old mellowing or staining throughout, all quite minor. Occasional antique and neat manuscript notations as one would expect with a book of this scholarly importance. Werner Rolevinck's Fasciculus Temporum - the first history of the world. The Fasciculus Temporum was first printed in Cologne in 1474. It passed through more than thirty editions in its author's lifetime, and was apparently an indispensable work of reference until after 1532, when it was superseded by others more up-to-date. It was translated into Flemish, German, and French, and an edition appeared in Seville in 1480. THIS FIRST EDITION IN DUTCH has extensive supplements oriented to a Dutch public, relating to the history of the dukes of Brabant, bishops of Utrecht, a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-14 02:08:25
Lindner, Kurt
XXI S., 838 Seiten Hardcover- Großformat Das Buch befindet sich in einem ordentlich erhaltenen Zustand
Bookseller: Petra Gros
2017-08-06 21:24:09
ROLEWINCK, Werner (1425-1502)
Utrecht: Johann Veldener, 14 February 1480. Chancery folio (272 x 197 mm). 338 leaves (of 340, without blank leaves 42/8 and and 43/10). 38 lines, table in 3 columns. Bâtarde types. Four-part woodcut scrolling foliate border on 1/2r and 15-line ornamental woodcut initial opening preface on 1/2r, 12-line woodcut opening text on. 35 woodcut illustrations printed from 20 blocks, numerous woodcut coats-of-arms, Veldener's device (Juchhoff 55) printed twice, woodcut roundels in chronological diagrams throughout; ALL WOODCUT ILLUSTRATIONS, BORDERS, INITIALS, AND COATS-OF-ARMS FULLY COLORED IN AN EARLY HAND, in green, pale yellow, orange, blue, green and pale purple wash. 3- and 4-line initial spaces with printed guide-letters, the larger initials (introducing the separate chronicles) in blue and flourishing in red, smaller initials, paragraph marks, capital strokes and underlines in red. Later blind-stamped paneled calf in period style over the original 15th-century bevelled wooden boards. Rebacked; inner margins of 1/1 and last two leaves renewed just touching letters, woodcut borders on 1/2r and 2/1r cropped as usual, 11/3, 36/4, 38/2, 38/7 and 41/5 with marginal repaired tears, some browning and occasional soiling. PROVENANCE: Wilhelm Geiger and his sons (contemporary gift inscription paraphed on the last leaf, occasional early ink annotations in Dutch in two hands presumably by the Geigers, with an extensive additional text added on fol. 222r and v; his inscription on the first page records that a foot of snow fell during the night of Easter Sunday on April 1st, 1528, whic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [USA]
2017-07-28 15:05:15
Anton Sorg, Augsburg, 1480. Folio. (ca. 40,1 x 27,8 cm), Blatt lxxij. Mit 3 rot eingemalten Lombarden. Text aus Jesaja. GW 4302. Hain/Copinger 3136. Wendland: Bibel und alte Buchkunst. S. 27 ff. - "Der Reiz dieser Bibelausgabe liegt vor allem in Sorgs typischer deutscher Schrift, die ein kräftiges Satzbild ergibt und gut lesbar ist" (Wendland). - Gut erhaltenes, breitrandiges Blatt, an den Rändern geringfügig fleckig. Jeweils winzige Wurmspur im Bund- bzw. Außensteg. 300 Gramm.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke [Augsburg, Germany]
2017-07-27 05:02:38
Heribert, Meffert
1480 Seiten 23,2 x 16,7 x 2,8 cm, Gebundene Ausgabe ex Library Book / aus einer wissenschafltichen Bibliothek / Sofort verfügbar / Rechnung mit ausgewiesener MwSt. liegt bei / daily shipping worldwide with invoice /
Bookseller: Mosakowski & Stiasny GbR
2017-07-22 03:14:26
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2017-07-22 03:14:26
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2017-07-22 03:14:26
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-07-22 03:14:26
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-07-22 03:14:26
Gouda: Gerard Leeu, 23 August 1480. This is the first dated edition of a popular Medieval work, printed by the proto-typographer in Gouda, Gerard or Gheraert Leeu (ca. 1445-92). Issuing his first work in 1477, Leeu produced 69 books in Gouda before moving in 1484 to Antwerp, then a major city for international trade that offered more opportunity to sell his publications in other countries. While most of his works were in Latin or Dutch, he also printed some of Caxton's translations for the English market. His career, and his life, came to an abrupt end in 1492, when he was stabbed to death by one of his typesetters during a quarrel. He was admired by humanists, with Erasmus describing him in a letter as "a skilled practitioner of the art of printing and a very amiable man." The "Gesta Romanorum," or "Deeds of the Romans," is a collection of tales probably compiled in England in the early 14th century as a sourcebook for pastoral sermons. Some of the stories are from classical history, some are legends, but all have a moral or edifying quality. In addition to offering material for preachers, "Gesta" was also a source for such works as Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" and Shakespeare's "Merchant of Venice" and "King Lear." There were numerous manuscript versions of "Gesta" in circulation, and with the advent of printing, 25 editions were issued in the incunabular era. This is an uncommon edition, with ISTC finding just four copies in the United States. Our copy was originally owned by the Abbey of the Brethren of the Holy Cross, an Augustinian order commonly called the Crosiers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-07-22 03:14:26
Gouda: Gerard Leeu, 23 August 1480. This is the first dated edition of a popular Medieval work, printed by the proto-typographer in Gouda, Gerard or Gheraert Leeu (ca. 1445-92). Issuing his first work in 1477, Leeu produced 69 books in Gouda before moving in 1484 to Antwerp, then a major city for international trade that offered more opportunity to sell his publications in other countries. While most of his works were in Latin or Dutch, he also printed some of Caxton's translations for the English market. His career, and his life, came to an abrupt end in 1492, when he was stabbed to death by one of his typesetters during a quarrel. He was admired by humanists, with Erasmus describing him in a letter as "a skilled practitioner of the art of printing and a very amiable man." The "Gesta Romanorum," or "Deeds of the Romans," is a collection of tales probably compiled in England in the early 14th century as a sourcebook for pastoral sermons. Some of the stories are from classical history, some are legends, but all have a moral or edifying quality. In addition to offering material for preachers, "Gesta" was also a source for such works as Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales" and Shakespeare's "Merchant of Venice" and "King Lear." There were numerous manuscript versions of "Gesta" in circulation, and with the advent of printing, 25 editions were issued in the incunabular era. This is an uncommon edition, with ISTC finding just four copies in the United States. Our copy was originally owned by the Abbey of the Brethren of the Holy Cross, an Augustinian order commonly called the Crosiers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2017-07-19 16:42:05
Niermeyer, Jan Frederik und Co van de Kieft
8, 1480, XX, 83 Seiten, betitelte Originalleinenbände mit Goldprg. - Name auf den Vorsätzen sonst sehr guter Zustand - 2002. 2., überarbeitete Auflage. Dreisprachige Ausgabe: Deutsch, Englisch, Französisch. M1644
Bookseller: Antiquariat Ehbrecht - Preis inkl. MwSt.
2017-07-17 08:43:25
Sauermost, Rolf [Projektleitung] Freudig, Doris [Redaktion]
Saubere Exemplare mit nur sehr geringen Lese-/Lagerspuren. Lieferumfang: Alle 15 Einzelbände (14 Bände und der Registerband) der Gesamtausgabe Buch. Band 1: ISBN 382740326X, 452 Seiten, 1480 Gramm, von 1999 / Band 2: ISBN 3827403278, 497 Seiten, 1556 Gramm, von 1999 / Band 3: ISBN 3827403286, 490 Seiten, 1576 Gramm, von 2000 / Band 4: ISBN 3827403292, 490 Seiten, 1564 Gramm, von 2000 / Band 5: ISBN 3827403308, 488 Seiten, 1568 Gramm, von 2000 / Band 6: ISBN 3827403316, 497 Seiten, 1601 Gramm, von 2001 / Band 7: ISBN 3827403324, 506 Seiten, 1598 Gramm, von 2001 / Band 8: ISBN 3827403332, 506 Seiten, 1611 Gramm, von 2002 / Band 9: ISBN 3827403324, 514 Seiten, 1633 Gramm, von 2002 / Band 10: ISBN 3827403359, 506 Seiten, 1595 Gramm, von 2002 / Band 11: ISBN 3827403367, 506 Seiten, 1627 Gramm, von 2003 / Band 12: ISBN 3827403375, 505 Seiten, 1628 Gramm, von 2003 / Band 13: ISBN 3827403383, 506 Seiten, 1636 Gramm, von 2004 / Band 14: ISBN 3827403391, 513 Seiten, 1657 Gramm, von 2004 / Band 15: (Register) ISBN 3827403405, 499 Seiten, 1576 Gramm, von 2004. Jeweils im einfachen Pappschuber. Mit zahlreichen zumeist schwarzweißen Abbildungen im Text und mit zumeist farbigen Abbildungen auf Bildseiten. ISBN-10: 3827403200. EAN/ISBN-13: 9783827403209. Kostenloser und schneller Versand als DHL Paket mit Sendungsverfolgung!
Bookseller: exlibris24 Versandantiquariat Inhaber:
2017-06-28 15:35:51
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 3 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß.Text in Schwarz und Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. – Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand D: 6,90 EUR
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett
2017-06-28 15:35:51
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 2 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und1 kleinen Initiale in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Rot. Text in Schwarz und Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. – Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand D: 6,90 EUR
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett
2017-06-28 15:35:51
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 2 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und7 kleinen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Blau und Rot. Text in Schwarzund Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. – Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand D: 6,90 EUR
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett
2017-06-28 15:35:51
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 1 großen dekorativen Initiale in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und 7kleinen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Blau und Rot. Text in Schwarzund Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. – Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand D: 6,90 EUR
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett
2017-06-28 15:35:51
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 13 kleinen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weißund Rot. Text in Schwarz und Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. – Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand D: 6,90 EUR
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett
2017-06-28 15:35:51
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 1 großen dekorativen Initiale in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und13 kleinen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Blau und Rot. Text in Schwarzund Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. – Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand D: 6,90 EUR
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett
2017-06-28 15:35:51
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 2 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und2 kleinen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Blau und Rot. Text in Schwarzund Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. – Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand D: 6,90 EUR
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett
2017-06-28 15:35:51
Scholz-Leipzig, Richard (Hrsg.):
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 5 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und3 kleinen Initialen. Text in Schwarz und Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. – Leichtgebräunt. C2 Versand D: 6,90 EUR
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett
2017-06-24 21:55:09
VOGTHERR, Bartholomäus.
Durling 4689; VD16 V2154 (2 copies); cf. Duveen 4246. Rare first edition of an important work on the distilling and preparation of plant extracts for the treatment of a wide variety of internal and external ailments. It is divided into 233 short numbered chapters, each generally devoted to one particular ailment. It includes medicines for the treatment of eye ailments such as cataracts.Bartholomäus Vogtherr or Bartholomeus Vogter (ca. 1480/90?-post 1540) was an ophthalmologist in Dillingen and later personal physician to the Bishops of Augsburg. His brother Heinrich Vogtherr, an artist and woodblock cutter, may have produced the block for the title-page. A half dozen editions followed in the course of the century. With a contemporary or near contemporary manuscript note below the colophon and owner's inscription on an end leaf, below a 1795 inscription. With a hole in S4 affecting about 5 words, some mostly marginal worm holes (slightly affecting the text in 2 leaves) and a few minor marginal stains. Otherwise in good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-24 10:59:30
VOGTHERR, Bartholomäus.
Durling 4689; VD16 V2154 (2 copies); cf. Duveen 4246. Rare first edition of an important work on the distilling and preparation of plant extracts for the treatment of a wide variety of internal and external ailments. It is divided into 233 short numbered chapters, each generally devoted to one particular ailment. It includes medicines for the treatment of eye ailments such as cataracts.Bartholomäus Vogtherr or Bartholomeus Vogter (ca. 1480/90?-post 1540) was an ophthalmologist in Dillingen and later personal physician to the Bishops of Augsburg. His brother Heinrich Vogtherr, an artist and woodblock cutter, may have produced the block for the title-page. A half dozen editions followed in the course of the century. With a contemporary or near contemporary manuscript note below the colophon and owner's inscription on an end leaf, below a 1795 inscription. With a hole in S4 affecting about 5 words, some mostly marginal worm holes (slightly affecting the text in 2 leaves) and a few minor marginal stains. Otherwise in good condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-24 00:13:21
Rolewinck Werner
Utrecht: Johann Veldener, 14 February 1480. UNIQUE HAND-COLOURED COPY of this, the First Dutch edition of Rolewinck's great 15th century Encyclopedia of History. With fine hand-colouring to the more then 30 impressive woodcuts as well as numerous hand-coloured diagrams, coats of arms, etc. Two leaves within broad ornate hand-coloured boarders, opening leaf and colophon leaf also hand-coloured with decorative borders, rubricating all throughout in red and blue. Folio, in contemporary diced calf covered boards, the corners with brass pieces on the board edges, leather straps with brass clasps. 388 ff. leaves A unique hand-coloured copy in excellent state of preservation, the text quite fresh with only occasional and very minor marginal old flaws from use, some with neat repair, a very few leaves with repaired flaws affecting a few lines of text, some old mellowing or staining throughout, all quite minor. Occasional antique and neat manuscript notations as one would expect with a book of this scholarly importance. Werner Rolevinck's Fasciculus Temporum - the first history of the world. The Fasciculus Temporum was first printed in Cologne in 1474. It passed through more than thirty editions in its author's lifetime, and was apparently an indispensable work of reference until after 1532, when it was superseded by others more up-to-date. It was translated into Flemish, German, and French, and an edition appeared in Seville in 1480. THIS FIRST EDITION IN DUTCH has extensive supplements oriented to a Dutch public, relating to the history of the dukes of Brabant, bishops of Utrecht, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc.
2017-06-22 11:50:34
THOMAS AQUINAS, Saint
Manuscript on vellum, attributed to Venceslaus Crispus as copyist and Matteo Felice as illuminator. Italy, Naples, 30 December 1480. 378 x 260 mm., 2 paper leaves, 378 vellum leaves, one paper leaf, collation: I-V8, VI6, VII10, VIII-XLVII8, XLVIII2 (complete); vertical catchwords. Justification 243 x 160 mm., two vertical and 46 horizontal rules in pale brown ink, written in dark brown ink in a regular and very elegant rotunda, a round semi-humanistic script, by Venceslaus Crispus. Running titles and headings in red, colophon (fol. 376r) in red, paragraph marks alternately blue and red, opening words of each Quaestio in burnished gold capitals. Illumination: two opening leaves (fols. 1 and 177) illuminated each with a large thirteen-line initial extending into a full-length bar border with knots and leaves sprouting in the margins into elaborate sprays of leaves and flowers in blue, purple, and green, with burnished gold bezants on penwork stems and tendrils, the lower margin of the first leaf with the royal arms of the Kings of Aragon and Naples emblazoned in a wreath supported by two winged putti and surmounted by a crown; 179 very fine illuminated initials, seven to eight lines high, containing highly finished designs of variously colored flowers and leaves with delicate white penwork on burnished gold grounds, some with short extenders. Very occasional tiny chips to initials. Overall condition: vertical creases in ff. 2, 8, 26, 50 and 375, old crease mark to fol. 1, partial crease in fol. 38; fol. 1 slightly soiled and with small area of damp-stain at top near hinge aff … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
2017-06-17 21:33:25
Sauermost, Rolf [Projektleitung] Freudig, Doris [Redaktion]
Saubere Exemplare mit nur sehr geringen Lese-/Lagerspuren. Lieferumfang: Alle 15 Einzelbände (14 Bände und der Registerband) der Gesamtausgabe Buch. Band 1: ISBN 382740326X, 452 Seiten, 1480 Gramm, von 1999 / Band 2: ISBN 3827403278, 497 Seiten, 1556 Gramm, von 1999 / Band 3: ISBN 3827403286, 490 Seiten, 1576 Gramm, von 2000 / Band 4: ISBN 3827403292, 490 Seiten, 1564 Gramm, von 2000 / Band 5: ISBN 3827403308, 488 Seiten, 1568 Gramm, von 2000 / Band 6: ISBN 3827403316, 497 Seiten, 1601 Gramm, von 2001 / Band 7: ISBN 3827403324, 506 Seiten, 1598 Gramm, von 2001 / Band 8: ISBN 3827403332, 506 Seiten, 1611 Gramm, von 2002 / Band 9: ISBN 3827403324, 514 Seiten, 1633 Gramm, von 2002 / Band 10: ISBN 3827403359, 506 Seiten, 1595 Gramm, von 2002 / Band 11: ISBN 3827403367, 506 Seiten, 1627 Gramm, von 2003 / Band 12: ISBN 3827403375, 505 Seiten, 1628 Gramm, von 2003 / Band 13: ISBN 3827403383, 506 Seiten, 1636 Gramm, von 2004 / Band 14: ISBN 3827403391, 513 Seiten, 1657 Gramm, von 2004 / Band 15: (Register) ISBN 3827403405, 499 Seiten, 1576 Gramm, von 2004. Jeweils im einfachen Pappschuber. Mit zahlreichen zumeist schwarzweißen Abbildungen im Text und mit zumeist farbigen Abbildungen auf Bildseiten. ISBN-10: 3827403200. EAN/ISBN-13: 9783827403209. Kostenloser und schneller Versand als DHL Paket mit Sendungsverfolgung!
Bookseller: exlibris24 Versandantiquariat Inhaber:
2017-06-12 17:23:49
Waters, W.G.
London, England: Society of Bibliophiles(), 1480. Set of seven volumes bound in 3/4 blue leather over cloth boards with tooled designs and title on the spine in gilt. Unopened set with gilt top. Illustrations faced with tissue paper. I: 'The Facetious Nights of Straporola' (Volume I). xii, 402 pages. II: 'The Facetious Nights of Straporola' (Volume II). 376 pages. III: 'The Facetious Nights of Straparola' (Volume III). 404 pages. IV: 'The Facetious Nights of Straparola' (Volume IV). 318 pages. V: 'The Pecorone of Ser Giovanni' (Volume I). xi, 278 pages. VI: 'The Pecorone of Ser Giovanni' (Volume II). 323 pages. VII: 'The Pecorone of Ser Giovanni' (Volume III). 329 pages. The Ser Giovanni (14th century) work is a collection of 50 comic, tragic and licentious novellas. Contains elements later found in Shakespeare including the bond with a Jew for a pound of flesh and the wooing of a lady at Belmont. Straparola (c.1480-1557) was an Italian prose writer and was well known for his introduction of fairy stories which are translated here.. Illustr.: Garnier, Jules. Book. Book Condition: Collectible-Fine. Binding: 3/4 Leather with Cloth
Bookseller: Barry Cassidy Rare Books [Sacramento, CA, UNITED STATES]
2017-05-29 21:30:08
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 5 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und3 kleinen Initialen. Text in Schwarz und Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. Leichtgebräunt. C2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett
2017-05-29 21:30:08
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 3 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß.Text in Schwarz und Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett
2017-05-29 21:30:08
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 1 großen dekorativen Initiale in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und15 kleinen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Rot. Text in Schwarz undRot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett
2017-05-29 21:30:08
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 2 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und1 kleinen Initiale in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Rot. Text in Schwarz und Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett
2017-05-29 21:30:08
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 2 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und7 kleinen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Blau und Rot. Text in Schwarzund Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett
2017-05-29 21:30:08
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 13 kleinen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weißund Rot. Text in Schwarz und Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett
2017-05-29 21:30:08
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 1 großen dekorativen Initiale in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und13 kleinen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Blau und Rot. Text in Schwarzund Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett
2017-05-29 21:30:08
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480.Mit 2 großen dekorativen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und2 kleinen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Blau und Rot. Text in Schwarzund Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. Leicht gebräunt. C2 Versand Dienstags und Freitags
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett
2017-05-29 21:30:08
Zweiseitig handbeschriebenes Pergamentblatt um 1480. Mit 1 großen dekorativen Initiale in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert), Blau und Weiß und 7 kleinen Initialen in Gold (teils etwas oxidiert) und Blau und Rot. Text in Schwarz und Rot. 18-zeilig. Rote Linierung. Leicht gebräunt. C2 Bestellungen erfolgen ohne Gewähr und gelten erst nach Bestätigung der Verfügbarkeit. Schadensersatzansprüche sind bei nicht Lieferbarkeit ausgeschlossen. Bei neuen Kunden versenden wir erst nach einem Zahlungseingang. Die Versandkosten gelten für Versicherten Versand. Unversichert versenden wir nur auf Anfrage. One-time shipping costs up to 12 kg in Germany and EU. The shipping costs are for insured shipping. Uninsured we shipping only upon request.
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett [Germany]
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