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2012-06-30 20:06:39
(Bible, Psalms)
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2012-06-30 20:06:39
Ulm: Johann Zainer, [c. 1480] - Johann Zainer the Elder (fl. 1472-93) established the first printing press at Ulm, where his first book is dated 1473. Zainer's little pocket psalter is undated; the colophon gives only the printer's name and the city. ISTC gives a conjectural date of around 1480. The book's handy but fragile format doubtless guaranteed a low survival rate, and indeed the few copies which have survived are often incomplete fragments, or in poor condition. ISTC gives the following locations France: Strasbourg BNU (imperfect, wanting Commune sanctorum) Germany: Bamberg SB; Berlin SB; Fulda HLB; Leipzig DB/Buch (fragment, missing); München BSB (2, imperfect); Stuttgart WLB (3) U.S.A: Washington DC, Washington Cathedral Library (this copy) The present copy - the only copy in America - is complete, save for the first two leaves of the Calendar, and the blank leaf at the end (BIBLE, PSALMS) 8vo; 111 x 90 mm. [293 of 296 leaves; lacking first 2 leaves of the Calendar, and final blank. [ 6 8 a-x8 y12 z8 A-L8 M3]. Bound in 18th-century paper boards, with remnant of morocco spine label, edges stained red. Spine defective and covers rubbed, but binding is sound; several leaves bear stubs at outer edge from former index tabs; first leaf of Psalter extended at inner margin; final two leaves slightly waterstained; some browning and occasional stains; text block seriously trimmed but never into text. Notes on front endpapers, and a presentation inscription in 1826 from a member of the German Methodist Episcopal Church U.S. In a custom half-morocco slipcase and chemise. Goff … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA
2012-06-21 00:03:56
HORAE
Frankreich (Paris), ca. 1480.. Schrift: 12 Zeilen Textura in brauner Tinte. Blattgröße: ca. 18,5 x 12,5 cm. Schriftspiegel: 13 x 9,5 cm. Eine große dreizeiliqe (3,5 x 4 mm) und eine zweizeilige Initiale in Gold und Blau, deckweißgehöht. Recto dreiseitige Dornrankenbordüre in Gold, Blau, Grün und Mauve. Blatt gewellt und stellenweise leicht berieben, sonst aber in sehr gutem Zustand. Dekorativ gerahmt ( mit doppelseitiger Verglasung, Rahmen handvergoldet)..
Bookseller: Antiquariat Büchel-Baur
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2012-06-08 12:13:35
Flavius Josephus and Rufinus Aquileiensis and Ludovicus Cendrata
PETRUS MAUFER 1480 - HARDCOVER Rare Books-Classics . RARE BOOKS, Standard [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Powell's Books [U.S.A.]
2012-05-21 14:44:11
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France, Hainaut (Cambrai?), ca. 1480. 142 x 95 mm. 158 folios, complete (collation: i4, ii6, iii8, iv4, v-xviii8, xix12, xx4, xxi10 [of 12, with xi and xii cancelled], xxii5 [of 6, with vi likely blank cancelled]), written in a large gothic liturgical bookhand in 15 long lines, red rubrics, sometimes in French, pen-flourished versals in alternating blue and burnished gold, 2-line initials in burnished gold on alternating blue and red grounds with white tracery, large initials 5- to 3--lines in blue with white tracery on burnished gold grounds with floral infill, SEVEN BRACKET BORDERS in blue, red, and liquid gold acanthus, set with rinceaux and floral and foliate motifs, FIVE HALF-PAGE MINIATURES WITH FULL BORDERS, including a peacock (f. 41), and a bird (f. 130). TEXT: ff. 1-12, Calendar in French; ff. 13-19v, Prayers: ?O intemerata,? ?Deprecor te domina,? ?Anima mea desideravit?; ff. 19v-22, Gospel Sequences, John and Luke only; ff. 22v-23, Prayer at the elevation of the host, ?Ave domine Ihesu Christe?; ff. 23v-24, Prayers, ?Inviolata integra? and ?Ominipotens sempiterne deus?; f. 24v, blank; ff. 25-32v, Short Hours of the Cross; ff. 33-41v, Short Hours of the Holy Spirit; ff. 41-95v, Hours of the Virgin (use of Cambrai); ff. 96-113, Seven Penitential Psalms and Litany; ff. 113-122v, Prayers, including the ?Salve regina? and others; ff. 122v-129v, Suffrages, including Geri [Gaugericus], bishop of Cambrai (f. 124); ff. 130-158, Office of the Dead, unidentified use [use of Cambrai (?)], with only three readings. ILLUMINATION: f. 25, Crucifixion; f. 33, Pentecost; f. 41, An … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures
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2012-02-27 11:59:09
k. A.
Augsburg, Anton Sorg, 1480. Daraus 1 Blatt mit 2 altkolor. Holzschnitt-Initialen. Folio (36,5 x 25 cm). - Schramm II, 609 ff. - Blatt L (50) aus der Anton Sorg Bibel; die beiden Holzschnitte in schönem Altkolorit, der größere versinnbildlicht Jesu' Stammbaum mit Isai als der "Wurzel Jesse", in der Baumkrone sitzt Maria mit dem Jesuskind im Arm, links an einem Schreibpult sitzt der Prophet Jesaja, eingerahmt von der Initiale "D" und einem Blütenornament. Der kleinere Holzschnitt mit der Initiale "J" für Jesaja ebenfalls mit einem Blütenornament. - Zweispaltiger Druck mit 52 Zeilen (einschl. Kopfzeile). - Breitrandiges bzw. volles Blatt in sehr guter sauberer Erhaltung.
Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH
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2010-04-28 13:21:39
ORPHEUS
1480. Senza Data, Luogo Di Stampa Ne Tipografia, Ma Fine Sec. XV Circa.. [Incunabolo-Raro] (cm. 26) solida piena pergamena sec. XIX.-- consta di 18 carte nn. con registro A,B,C, tutti terni. 40 linee, con autore e titolo ripetuti in cima ad ogni carta. Carattere rotondo. Al recto della prima carta su due linee è: "Orphei Argonautica latina". Al verso, la dedica di Joannes Baptista Pius: "Ad clarissimum.senatorem D. franciscum elephantutium bonon.". A carta 2 recto inizia il testo che termina a carta 18 verso e finisce col: "Regestum Aiii Biii Ciii". Nonostante accurate ricerche su tutte le edizioni di orfeo della fine del '400 e i primi del '500, non abbiamo trovato alcun riferimento di questo forse incunabolo apparentemente sconosciuto. I fogli sono filigranati con: "monte a 3 cime sormontato da una croce". Simile ai n° 11711-2-3 del Briquet "Les Filigranes" vol. III che a pag. 591 dichiara di Bologna 1480-1485 circa. Margine in basso corto che alle ultime 6 cc. tocca il testo. Altrimenti esemplare bellissimo, nitido e marginoso di questa edizione forse impressa a Bologna intorno al 1500. Il Census, Iccu, non registra alcun esemplare presente nelle biblioteche italiane il che fa supporre un' edizione del XV secolo.[f46] . buono. Rilegato.
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia [Italy]
2010-04-27 09:57:08
AN ILLUMINATED VELLUM MANUSCRIPT LEAF WITH A MINIATURE OF SAINT EUSTACE, FROM A BOOK OF HOURS IN LATIN
Rouen, ca, 1480. 121 x 86 mm (4 3/4 x 3 3/8"). Single column, four lines of text on verso, 15 lines on recto, in a very fine bâtarde book hand. Attractively matted. Rubrics in red, recto with one two-line initial, one one-line initial and one line filler in colors and burnished gold, and a quarter panel border with blue and gold acanthus leaves and sprays of red roses and blue violets, VERSO WITH A FULL BORDER containing much swirling vegetation partly on geometric grounds of blue, red, or brushed gold, one gold circle at the bottom containing a large flapping bird, the border ENCLOSING AN ARCH-TOPPED MINIATURE OF SAINT EUSTACE (measuring approximately 55 x 40 mm.), beneath the miniature a four-line "M" in brushed gold on a red ground. A hint of soil and wrinkling, but generally very well preserved, with little or no erosion in the paint and gold, and with especially ample margins. Saint Eustace, patron of hunters, is frequently depicted at the moment when a stag appeared to him with a cross between his horns. Our artist, however, has chosen to portray one of the long-suffering saint's worst moments, when his two little sons were savaged by a wolf and lion, as told in the story from Jacobus de Voragine's "Golden Legend." The episode took place at a river crossing, and in our leaf, the saint recreates that moment, standing in the river and dominating our scene. He raises his hands in alarm, but also in the early Christian orant position of prayer, signifying his acceptance of God's testing of his fortitude. Meanwhile, the two small, limp sons are in the maws of t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2010-01-24 00:06:07
Illuminated manuscript leaf on vellum
French: c. 1480. 180 x 110 mm. Large miniature from a Book of Hours, with borders painted in liquid gold and chocolate with foliation in red, green, blue and gold. The central panel includes sheep highlighted in silver which is unusual, the landscape and the shepherds being in fresh and clean condition. One or two abrasions and two tiny holes in borders, generally very good. A good example suitable for framing or as a gift.
Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller
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