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2020-08-04 16:21:04
Henricus de Herpf (c.1410-1477)
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 12 March, 1481. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 12 March 1481. SECOND EDITION (1st ed. 1474). Median folio: Bound in contemporary blindstamped pigskin, dyed red, over wooden boards, from an unidentified workshop [EBDB w003054], chain staple hole on lower board with hasp fragment, defects and small losses to spine. Early vellum spine label. Metal bosses and clasps renewed, lacking 1 catch. A crisp, fine copy internally. Rubricated, some deckled edges preserved, a few vellum quire guards, small hole in final few leaves. 213 sermons on the Ten Commandments by the Dutch mystic Hendrik Herp, whose writings had a profound impact on later mystical writers, including Francisco de Osuna, who in turn influenced St. Teresa of Jesus. From 1445, Herpf was a rector of the Brothers of the Common Life in Delft and, later, in Gouda, where he encouraged book production in particular. In 1450, on a pilgrimage to Rome, he joined the Franciscan Observance (the Capuchin reform) at the Convent of Ara Coeli. Upon his return to northern Europe, he served in several posts for the Franciscan Observants of the Cologne Province, including as provincial of the Province of Cologne (1470-73), then as guardian of the convent of Mechlin in present-day Belgium, where he died in 1477. ISTC ih00040000; H *8524; GW 12227; BMC II 419; Bod-inc H-020; BSB-Ink H-219; Goff H-40
Bookseller: Liber Antiquus [United States]
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2020-07-28 00:01:04
PLINIO SECONDO, Caio.
Opus Magistri Philippi Veneti anno salutis 1481. Folio (mm 305x199), ff. nn. 290 (mancano due fogli bianchi: il primo a1 e  b6 tra primo e secondo libro; e il Registro, abilmente facsimilato su carta antica, impresso al solo recto, non rientrando nella segnatura dell'ultimo fascicolo). All'inizio del secondo libro furono acquerellati in epoca posteriore un capolettera rubricato e uno stemma araldico nel margine inferiore;  incicazione del capitolo mss. lungo il margine superiore di ogni foglio.  Abile restauro a strappo al margine inferiore del k1. Stemma araldico manoscritto in calce dell'ultima pagina e annotazione manoscritta datata 1494. Buona legatura settecentesca in piena pelle con nervi al dorso, fregi e titoli in oro su tassello, tipica degli incunaboli cui i Dionisi fecero eseguire una nuova legatura quando entrarono in loro possesso. Ex-libris inciso tardo settecentesco - con stemma marchionale della panoplia con lo scudo con al centro una stella. Carattere gotico su 59 righe, testo su due colonne. Il testo, suddiviso in 37 Libri (l'indice che costituisce il primo libro fu completato dal nipote Plinio il Giovane), nata in seguito alla consultazione di circa duemila volumi di oltre cinquecento autori, fu presa come esempio per secoli, fino al Buffon, autore della immensa "Storia naturale", che sostenne che Plinio avesse lavorato "su un piano ben più grande di quello di Aristotele". Seconda edizione della traduzione di Cristoforo Landino (1424-1498), che consentì anche a chi non conosceva il latino di poter leggere l'opera del sommo erudito. Il prezioso codice dell … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2020-07-22 06:08:56
PHALARIS, pseudo-. c. 570-554 B.C.
Venice: [Antonio di Alessandria della Paglia, Bartolomeo da Fossombrone and Marchesino di Savioni], 1481. 19th-century vellum, gilt-lettered morocco label and manuscript date on the spine (spine chipped). THE BESTSELLER INCUNABLE FORGERY, averaging more than an edition per year from its first appearance in 1468 to the end of the century. "THE MOST WIDELY READ AUTHOR OF GREEK LETTERS, PHALARIS WAS ONLY SURPASSED IN EPISTOLOGRAPHY BY CICERO" (Vinko, tr.). It is the first collection of ancient Greek letters to be put in print and the second letter collection overall (first the 1467 Cicero).  Though credited to the 6th-century B.C. tyrant of Sicily, these 142 elegant letters were probably composed in the 2d century A.D. Francesco Griffolini (1420-?1465) completed his translation in 1452, and it became the Latin version through the Renaissance and the basis of translations. Admired for its style and varied content, the Letters serviced as a text book in schools and universities across Europe, and Erasmus approvingly referenced it. Swift put it in his Battel of the Books, though Bentley had just proved it a fake in an essay that remains a model of critical textual scholarship.  Alessandria della Paglia and his partners issued four books during their brief period of activity (1480-81). Two of their editions survive in single copies. In good condition (first recto dusty), 19th-century memorial bookplate of the Taylor Institute with their release stamp, purchase note of Georges Petit (1878-1956) dated November 1954. ¶Hinz, Nunc Phalaris doctum protulit ecce caput: … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-06-19 02:37:22
Johannes Canonicus. Venetiis, Octavianus Scotus, 1481. Quaestiones super Physica Aristotelis. (Colophon:) Cura et diligentia... Francisci de Benzonibus... In-folio, pergamena recente. (108) ff. (Manca il primo f. bianco,sostituito da carta antica). Carattere gotico a due colonne, 59 linee. Spazi per iniziali. Bell' esemplare della rara seconda edizione. Hain, 4345. B.M.C., V, p. 276. Klebs, 553.2. Pellechet, 3207. I.G.I., 2412. Proctor, 4569. Goff, J-263 (4 esemplari in U.S.A.).
Bookseller: Libri rari e antichi (libreriabrighenti) [San Giorgio di piano, BO, Italy]
2020-06-14 17:16:05
Persius; Johannes Britannicus; Pliny the Younger
Italy (Cortona, Tuscany), after 1481 (likely after 1486 and before 1494). BOOK DESCRIPTION: RENAISSANCE TEXTBOOK WRITTEN BY A STUDENT IN LATIN ON PAPER. In Latin, manuscript on paper, Italy (Cortona, Tuscany), after 1481 (likely after 1486 and before 1494). Dimensions 220 x 145 mm., 20 folios, missing two leaves, outer parchment flyleaves a folded fourteenth-century document originally functioning as an informal binding, ruled faintly, written in 17-19 long lines by a single scribe in Humanist semi-cursive script, virtually all marginal and interlinear space filled with unruled notes in tiny Humanist cursive by same scribe, slightly larger initials at beginning of each line, decorated occasionally. BINDING: slightly later (sixteenth century?) envelope-style limp parchment binding comprised of a single blank parchment sheet with all edges folded inwards and a curved-edge flap. TEXT: This textbook uniquely documents the practice of education in the Renaissance. Written by a student, it contains a rare copy of the Satires of Persius with lecture notes packing the margins and filling spaces between lines. Some of these notes repeat commentaries of Johannes Britannicus (published 1481-1486), showing how contemporary works informed university teaching. Others are clearly the individual reflections of the student. PROVENANCE: Details of the text and the watermark suggest a date after 1481, and likely after 1486, for this owner-produced manuscript copied by an Italian student who filled most of the blank spaces on every folio with an extensive gloss. The document serving as its cov … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [United States]
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2020-06-12 03:34:22
Persius; Johannes Britannicus; Pliny the Younger
BOOK DESCRIPTION: RENAISSANCE TEXTBOOK WRITTEN BY A STUDENT IN LATIN ON PAPER. In Latin, manuscript on paper, Italy (Cortona, Tuscany), after 1481 (likely after 1486 and before 1494). Dimensions 220 x 145 mm., 20 folios, missing two leaves, outer parchment flyleaves a folded fourteenth-century document originally functioning as an informal binding, ruled faintly, written in 17-19 long lines by a single scribe in Humanist semi-cursive script, virtually all marginal and interlinear space filled with unruled notes in tiny Humanist cursive by same scribe, slightly larger initials at beginning of each line, decorated occasionally. BINDING: slightly later (sixteenth century?) envelope-style limp parchment binding comprised of a single blank parchment sheet with all edges folded inwards and a curved-edge flap. TEXT: This textbook uniquely documents the practice of education in the Renaissance. Written by a student, it contains a rare copy of the Satires of Persius with lecture notes packing the margins and filling spaces between lines. Some of these notes repeat commentaries of Johannes Britannicus (published 1481-1486), showing how contemporary works informed university teaching. Others are clearly the individual reflections of the student. PROVENANCE: Details of the text and the watermark suggest a date after 1481, and likely after 1486, for this owner-produced manuscript copied by an Italian student who filled most of the blank spaces on every folio with an extensive gloss. The document serving as its cover provides evidence which points to an origin in Cortona, Tuscany. Later, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [United States]
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2020-06-11 09:41:33
Henricus de Herpf (c.1410-1477)
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 12 March 1481. SECOND EDITION (1st ed. 1474). Median folio: Bound in contemporary blindstamped pigskin, dyed red, over wooden boards, from an unidentified workshop [EBDB w003054], chain staple hole on lower board with hasp fragment, defects and small losses to spine. Early vellum spine label. Metal bosses and clasps renewed, lacking 1 catch. A crisp, fine copy internally. Rubricated, some deckled edges preserved, a few vellum quire guards, small hole in final few leaves. 213 sermons on the Ten Commandments by the Dutch mystic Hendrik Herp, whose writings had a profound impact on later mystical writers, including Francisco de Osuna, who in turn influenced St. Teresa of Jesus. From 1445, Herpf was a rector of the Brothers of the Common Life in Delft and, later, in Gouda, where he encouraged book production in particular. In 1450, on a pilgrimage to Rome, he joined the Franciscan Observance (the Capuchin reform) at the Convent of Ara Coeli. Upon his return to northern Europe, he served in several posts for the Franciscan Observants of the Cologne Province, including as provincial of the Province of Cologne (1470–73), then as guardian of the convent of Mechlin in present-day Belgium, where he died in 1477. ISTC ih00040000; H *8524; GW 12227; BMC II 419; Bod-inc H-020; BSB-Ink H-219; Goff H-40 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Liber Antiquus [United States]
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2020-06-05 00:40:02
Antonius Andreae
Saint-Albans, Schoolmaster printer, 1481. Type 3. O-Inkunabel-Doppelblatt-Fragment der Lage L 1/8 aus einem Makulatur-Fund mit 24 (von 32) Zeilen Text. Blatt mit Wurmgängen, einem Einriss im unbedruckten Mittelteil zwischen den Textblöcken und mit einer Faltung. Fragment-Größe: 20,7 x 14,1 cm. - - - The St Albans Press was the third printing press set up in England, in 1479. The Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke records 8 prints from this press. The press was situated in the Abbey Gateway, St Albans, part of the Benedictine Monastery of St Albans. The name of the printer is unknown, only referred to by Wynkyn de Worde in a reprinting of one of the St Albans books as 'Sometime schoolmaster'. Recent research has produced the name John Haule as a possible candidate for the Schoolmaster Printer. A further candidate for the Schoolmaster Printer is William Waren. He was identified as William Waren, Master of Grammar and warden of the Grammar School of St Albans in a case in Common Pleas recorded from 1486 to 1489. He presented the school with ist first printed textbook, the Elegantiolae, which was the first book printed at the press, and he was a printer, probably in St Albans in 1479. Lotte Hellinga has suggested that "there were several people working successively at the abbey." Printing was done in St Albans in two distinct phases, probably by two printers or teams of printers. During the first phase, from 1479 to 1481, they printed six books in Latin for grammar school and university students, with a high standard of typesetting and printing. Then there was an interval of five y … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2020-06-03 02:16:01
PIUS II, Pope 1405-1464
[Rome]: D.D.L.D.S.P.V. [= Oliverius Servius], 1481. 18th-century gilt-ruled red morocco (scuffed), spine and labels gilt, board edges and turn-ins gilt, all edges gilt, pink silk marker. First Edition: the first appearance in any form of Flavio Biondo's (1392-1463) immensely influential Decades, covering a thousand years of European history, from the sack of Rome in 410 to the mid-15th century. It revolutionized the writing of history by prioritizing the manuscripts chronologically and geographically closest to the events. It also contains ONE OF THE FIRST LITERARY HISTORIES OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE. It immediately became the reading of princes, clerics, scholars and merchants.  Biondo's wide popularity, however, rests on this abridgment - a third the size of the original - made by the humanist pope Pius II, who "provided an ideological purpose for the new kind of historiography...history as a support for the policies and the aims of the Papacy" (Cochrane).  This is Servius' first dated book. He produced only five editions in four years. A nice wide-margined copy (three bifolias slightly foxed, early repair to one blank margin), a couple of manuscript notes, scattered manuscript catchwords (trimmed); 19th-century bookplate of Ivan Petr, Count Suchtelen (1751-1836), shelf label in Russian completed in manuscript, imperial Russian stamp on the first recto, purchase note of George Petit (1878-1956) dated July 1933. ¶Cochrane, Historians and Historiography in the Italian Renaissance 34-48; ISTC ip00654000; Goff P-654.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-19 20:42:06
Antonius Andreae:
Saint-Albans Schoolmaster printer Type 3, 1481. O-Inkunabel-Doppelblatt-Fragment der Lage L 1/8 aus einem Makulatur-Fund mit 24 (von 32) Zeilen Text. Blatt mit Wurmgängen, einem Einriss im unbedruckten Mittelteil zwischen den Textblöcken und mit einer Faltung. Fragment-Größe: 20,7 x 14,1 cm. - - - The St Albans Press was the third printing press set up in England, in 1479. The Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke records 8 prints from this press. The press was situated in the Abbey Gateway, St Albans, part of the Benedictine Monastery of St Albans. The name of the printer is unknown, only referred to by Wynkyn de Worde in a reprinting of one of the St Albans books as 'Sometime schoolmaster'. Recent research has produced the name John Haule as a possible candidate for the Schoolmaster Printer. A further candidate for the Schoolmaster Printer is William Waren. He was identified as William Waren, Master of Grammar and warden of the Grammar School of St Albans in a case in Common Pleas recorded from 1486 to 1489. He presented the school with ist first printed textbook, the Elegantiolae, which was the first book printed at the press, and he was a printer, probably in St Albans in 1479. Lotte Hellinga has suggested that "there were several people working successively at the abbey." Printing was done in St Albans in two distinct phases, probably by two printers or teams of printers. During the first phase, from 1479 to 1481, they printed six books in Latin for grammar school and university students, with a high standard of typesetting and printing. Then there was an interval of five yea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2020-05-15 20:46:05
PHALARIS, pseudo-. c. 570-554 B.C.
Venice: [Antonio di Alessandria della Paglia, Bartolomeo da Fossombrone and Marchesino di Savioni], 1481. Venice: [Antonio di Alessandria della Paglia, Bartolomeo da Fossombrone and Marchesino di Savioni], 1481. 19th-century vellum, gilt-lettered morocco label and manuscript date on the spine (spine chipped). THE BESTSELLER INCUNABLE FORGERY, averaging more than an edition per year from its first appearance in 1468 to the end of the century. "THE MOST WIDELY READ AUTHOR OF GREEK LETTERS, PHALARIS WAS ONLY SURPASSED IN EPISTOLOGRAPHY BY CICERO" (Vinko, tr.). It is the first collection of ancient Greek letters to be put in print and the second letter collection overall (first the 1467 Cicero).  Though credited to the 6th-century B.C. tyrant of Sicily, these 142 elegant letters were probably composed in the 2d century A.D. Francesco Griffolini (1420-?1465) completed his translation in 1452, and it became the Latin version through the Renaissance and the basis of translations. Admired for its style and varied content, the Letters serviced as a text book in schools and universities across Europe, and Erasmus approvingly referenced it. Swift put it in his Battel of the Books, though Bentley had just proved it a fake in an essay that remains a model of critical textual scholarship.  Alessandria della Paglia and his partners issued four books during their brief period of activity (1480-81). Two of their editions survive in single copies. In good condition (first recto dusty), 19th-century memorial bookplate of the Taylor Institute with their release stamp, purchase not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-14 07:47:28
HIERONYMUS
Cologne: Conrad Winters de Homborch, ca. 1481-82. 305 x 215 mm. (12 x 8 1/2"). [158] leaves. Double column, 41 lines, gothic type. Early 20th century stiff vellum with yapp edges, smooth spine, black morocco label. Capitals struck in red, numerous one- and two-line initials and quite a few four- to five-line initials (some decorative) in red, several unusual capital "I" initials in the shape of scaly fish dangling on a hooked line, all between about one and three inches long. With several leather tabs protruding from fore edge for ease of reference; some contemporary manuscript signatures on the lower corners; final page with an ownership notation in red. Goff H-203; BMC I, 251; ISTC ih00203000. Vellum very lightly soiled and with a slight tendency to splay, but the binding solid and convincingly antique. Contents with scattered marginal smudges and occasional small stains, a couple leaves with larger but very light stains in the text (not affecting legibility), one leaf with two noticeable repairs to the gutter (text unaffected), but overall in excellent condition, the text with ample margins and pleasing rubrication and with nothing approaching a serious defect.In appealing condition and containing some unusual rubrication, this is a rare edition of St. Jerome's popular hagiography of the Desert Fathers, composed in the late fourth century A.D. and first printed in 1474. One of the four great Latin Doctors of the Church, Hieronymus, or Jerome (ca. 347-420) spent two years as a hermit in the desert, an experience that perhaps led to his interest in the early Christian as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-05-13 07:40:14
HIERONYMUS
Cologne: Conrad Winters de Homborch, ca. 1481-82. 305 x 215 mm. (12 x 8 1/2"). [158] leaves. Double column, 41 lines, gothic type. Early 20th century stiff vellum with yapp edges, smooth spine, black morocco label. Capitals struck in red, numerous one- and two-line initials and quite a few four- to five-line initials (some decorative) in red, several unusual capital "I" initials in the shape of scaly fish dangling on a hooked line, all between about one and three inches long. With several leather tabs protruding from fore edge for ease of reference; some contemporary manuscript signatures on the lower corners; final page with an ownership notation in red. Goff H-203; BMC I, 251; ISTC ih00203000. Vellum very lightly soiled and with a slight tendency to splay, but the binding solid and convincingly antique. Contents with scattered marginal smudges and occasional small stains, a couple leaves with larger but very light stains in the text (not affecting legibility), one leaf with two noticeable repairs to the gutter (text unaffected), but overall in excellent condition, the text with ample margins and pleasing rubrication and with nothing approaching a serious defect. In appealing condition and containing some unusual rubrication, this is a rare edition of St. Jerome's popular hagiography of the Desert Fathers, composed in the late fourth century A.D. and first printed in 1474. One of the four great Latin Doctors of the Church, Hieronymus, or Jerome (ca. 347-420) spent two years as a hermit in the desert, an experience that perhaps led to his interest in the early Christian … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-05-12 23:00:23
HIERONYMUS
Cologne: Conrad Winters de Homborch, ca. 1481-82. 305 x 215 mm. (12 x 8 1/2"). [158] leaves. Double column, 41 lines, gothic type. Early 20th century stiff vellum with yapp edges, smooth spine, black morocco label. Capitals struck in red, numerous one- and two-line initials and quite a few four- to five-line initials (some decorative) in red, several unusual capital "I" initials in the shape of scaly fish dangling on a hooked line, all between about one and three inches long. With several leather tabs protruding from fore edge for ease of reference; some contemporary manuscript signatures on the lower corners; final page with an ownership notation in red. Goff H-203; BMC I, 251; ISTC ih00203000. Vellum very lightly soiled and with a slight tendency to splay, but the binding solid and convincingly antique. Contents with scattered marginal smudges and occasional small stains, a couple leaves with larger but very light stains in the text (not affecting legibility), one leaf with two noticeable repairs to the gutter (text unaffected), but overall in excellent condition, the text with ample margins and pleasing rubrication and with nothing approaching a serious defect. In appealing condition and containing some unusual rubrication, this is a rare edition of St. Jerome's popular hagiography of the Desert Fathers, composed in the late fourth century A.D. and first printed in 1474. One of the four great Latin Doctors of the Church, Hieronymus, or Jerome (ca. 347-420) spent two years as a hermit in the desert, an experience that perhaps led to his interest in the early Christian … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 12:58:03
Inkunabel von Johann Zainer - komplett im Originaleinband
(Pseudo) Bonaventura Sermones de Sanctis.. Ulm, Johann Zainer, 1481 2 Teile in einem Band 288 nicht numm. Blatt 140 nicht numm. Blatt Incl. dem ersten weißen Blatt. Komplett ! Sehr schöner originaler blindgeprägter Kalbslederband mit 10 gotischen, ziselierten Beschlägen und 2 Schließen Schließbänder erneuert, Rücken restauriert. Der Einband stammt vom Augsburger Meister Buchbinder Jörg Schapf Folio, 28 x 19,5 x 11 cm. Ca. 4 kilo Durchgehend mit ausgemalten Initialen in rot Sehr festes Papier, breitrandiger Druck. Leicht gebräunt und etwas wasserrandig, teils leicht wurmstichig. Vereinzelt kleine Einrisse Aus der Bibliothek des Dr. Detlef Mauss Druckgeschichtlich bemerkenswert sind die gut erkennbaren Textilabdrücke auf einigen Bögen durch das sogenannte Feuchtverfahren. Einer technischen Besonderheit zur Verbesserung der Druckqualität, die sich vor allem bei Johann Zainer findet... Verkauft bei Reiss Auktionen am 21.04.16 Zuschlag 4500 + 28 % Auktionsgebühr plus Versand https://www.reiss-sohn.de/de/lose/9454-A185-292/?sale_type=SOLD_AT_AUCTION#292 Verkaufe das Buch im Auftrag, Standort des Buches ist Nähe Köln Deutschland kostenloser Versand DHL
Bookseller: HGomoll [Germany]
2020-04-03 07:44:03
Henricus de Herpf (c.1410-1477)
Nuremberg, 1481. A Dutch Mystic on the Ten CommandmentsMedian folio: 31.5 x 21.5 cm.*10, a-z8, A-P8, Q-R6. 326 lvs. (lacks 1st blank leaf.)SECOND EDITION (1st ed. 1474).Bound in contemporary blindstamped pigskin, dyed red, over wooden boards, from an unidentified workshop [EBDB w003054], chain staple hole on lower board with hasp fragment, defects and small losses to spine. Early vellumÊspine label. Metal bosses and clasps renewed, lacking 1 catch. A crisp, fine copy internally. Rubricated, some deckled edges preserved, a few vellum quire guards, small hole in final few leaves.213 sermons on the Ten Commandments by the Dutch mystic Hendrik Herp, whose writings had a profound impact on later mystical writers, including Francisco de Osuna, who in turn influenced St. Teresa of Jesus. From 1445, Herpf was a rector of the Brothers of the Common Life in Delft and, later, in Gouda, where he encouraged book production in particular. In 1450, on a pilgrimage to Rome, he joined the Franciscan Observance (the Capuchin reform) at the Convent of Ara Coeli. Upon his return to northern Europe, he served in several posts for the Franciscan Observants of the Cologne Province, including as provincial of the Province of Cologne (1470Ð73), then as guardian of the convent of Mechlin in present-day Belgium, where he died in 1477. ISTC ih00040000; H *8524;ÊGW 12227; BMC II 419; ÊBod-inc H-020;ÊÊBSB-Ink H-219; Goff H-40 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Liber Antiquus Early Books & Manuscripts [Chevy Chase, MD, U.S.A.]
2020-02-29 17:37:35
Stephen King
Grant. Stephen Kind Dark tower 7 Signed, 2 volume book, new in original plastic . number 1481 of only 1500 copies ever printed. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: pkitch2001 [Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, US]
2020-02-27 19:35:13
Stephen King
Grant. Stephen Kind Dark tower 7 Signed, 2 volume book, new in original plastic . number 1481 of only 1500 copies ever printed. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: pkitch2001 [Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, US]
2020-01-19 15:51:02
1481. ottimo. 1. ANTONINO (santo).- Defecerunt vulghare ... INCOMINCIA UNO TRACTATO Chiamato Interrogatorio composto da Frate Antonio Arcievescovo Fiorentino: Sopra le Confessioni. Al colophon: IMPRESSA IN FIRENZE PER FRANCESCHO DI DINO FIORENTINO NEL ANNO DEL SIGNORE.NOSTRO YHESU CHRISTO AMEN. DE. . In 8°(cm.18,5 X 12,5) , il volume risulta composto da 4 carte iniziali non segnate:la prima di occhiello con la scritta DEFECERUT VULGHARE, a seguire sul retro e nelle altre tre carte si trova l' indice dei capitoli. Seguono i quaderni di 8 carte ciascuno: a1, b1 ,c1, d1, e1, f1, g1, h1, i1, k1, l1, m1, n1. o1, p1, q1, r1, s1, t1, u1, x1. Il fascico x1 è composto da sole 6 carte nn. In tutto 170 carte per complessive 340 pagine, più 4 carte di guardia. Il volume è completo in tutto e non manca nessuna carta. Legatura secolo XVIII rigida in pelle marrone con dorso a nervi e sei scomparti, con fregi dorati ed etichetta in pelle rossa. Piatti interni marmorizzati, tagli rossi, cordoncino verde segnapagine. A seguire, dopo il colophon, sono state incollate ,non colorate ai tagli, 4 ulteriori carte (in eliografia?) senza autore e titolo, riportanti alcune considerazioni sulla potestà di assolvere alcuni peccati, probabilmente una integrazione al confessionale desunta da altra opera dell'Antonino. Ottimo e solido esemplare, ottimamente inchiostrato a volte ancora brillante, privo di timbri, una sbiadita nota di appartenenza di mano antica appena leggibile alla prima carta, qualche piccola rottura alle cerniere e una alla parte bianca del colophon. All'ultima carta di guardia una nota … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: deciomartina [Carelli, IT]
2019-12-17 18:40:31
Pliny
Andreas Portilia, 1481. Royal Folio. (40.2 x 28.1 cm.), A8 B6 C-E8 F6 G-H8 I-L6 M-Y8 Z6 &4 a-f8 g6 2a-2d8 2e6, lacking blanks at beginning and end. Roman letter in two sizes. First page of text (A2r) with a very large contemporary lavishly illuminated initial “L” (liquid gold and vivid green, blue and purple colours: a Venetian atelier?), spanning the width of 15 lines of text, without taking into account the extensive marginal foliation; at the foot of the same page, an illuminated heraldic shield, unidentified (noble Florentine family of Acciaiuoli? a rampant lion, slightly erased, within a shield at the centre of a laurel wreath on a shell-like blue background with two intertwined cornucopias containing fruits and plant leaves). C1r also carries an illuminated initial from the same time. Some light foxing, spotting and staining, particularly to margins, light scattering of wormholes towards beginning, mended snag to bottom margin of last leaf of text, owner’s inscription almost completely removed from sig. a4r and very faded old stamp on recto of rear endpaper. A very good, clean and wide-margined copy, many pages of remarkable freshness, in early vellum (soiled, ties removed, top joint mended). Early shelf mark in ink on verso of initial blank. Contemporary or early marginalia in two hands, especially on the first page of the text. A perfect copy of the third Parma edition of Pliny’s Natural History. In his work on natural science, Pliny discusses geography, ethnography, anthropology, human physiology, zoology, botany, mineralogy, sculpture and painting. As “a purveyor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2019-12-15 01:41:21
HALES Alexander of OFM
I: Fine large illuminated initial in blue with three beasts within, gold fictive frame and infilling in various colours, with penwork and gold bezants extending along margins and at foot large coat-of-arms of Leonhardus Harckel at foot, II-IV: each with large illuminated opening initials, other initials and rubrication in red and blue. Four parts in 4 vols. Royal folio (405 x 286mm). 1,112 leaves. Bindings: A complete set donated separately but shelved together at the Benedictine Abbey of Lambach from the 18th century, at the latest, as shown by the evidence of the uniform paper labels found at the head of the spines with titles in manuscript and with the no. 52 (repeated on three of four fly-leaves). All volumes are bound in closely matching contemporary richly blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards: Volume 1 a finely tooled Regensburg binding, panelled in blind, large central panel infilled with floral diaper roll, outer border of repeated flower tool, lower cover panelled with diagonal fillets within central panel with large dragon? within a lozenge in each compartment, EBDB records two tools associated with workshop EBDB w000096/Kyriss 44 (Benedictines at Pru¨fening (Regensburg), also known as Binder mit Jahrezahl, active ca. 1481-1514), manuscript title along lower edge in a bold hand, clasps. Volumes 2-4 without doubt from the bindery at Lambach Abbey (EBDB w002363) although the stamps, despite similarities, are not the same as those recorded in EBDB; covers with panels formed by blind fillets, outer compartments infilled with repeated eagle stamp, inner compa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-12-10 15:17:48
HALES Alexander of OFM
1481-82. I: Fine large illuminated initial in blue with three beasts within, gold fictive frame and infilling in various colours, with penwork and gold bezants extending along margins and at foot large coat-of-arms of Leonhardus Harckel at foot, II-IV: each with large illuminated opening initials, other initials and rubrication in red and blue. Four parts in 4 vols. Royal folio (405 x 286mm). 1,112 leaves. Bindings: A complete set donated separately but shelved together at the Benedictine Abbey of Lambach from the 18th century, at the latest, as shown by the evidence of the uniform paper labels found at the head of the spines with titles in manuscript and with the no. 52 (repeated on three of four fly-leaves). All volumes are bound in closely matching contemporary richly blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards: Volume 1 a finely tooled Regensburg binding, panelled in blind, large central panel infilled with floral diaper roll, outer border of repeated flower tool, lower cover panelled with diagonal fillets within central panel with large dragon? within a lozenge in each compartment, EBDB records two tools associated with workshop EBDB w000096/Kyriss 44 (Benedictines at Pru fening (Regensburg), also known as Binder mit Jahrezahl, active ca. 1481-1514), manuscript title along lower edge in a bold hand, clasps. Volumes 2-4 without doubt from the bindery at Lambach Abbey (EBDB w002363) although the stamps, despite similarities, are not the same as those recorded in EBDB; covers with panels formed by blind fillets, outer compartments infilled with repeated eagle stamp, inner co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-11-16 06:56:59
Tudeschi, Niccolo de; Abbas Panoramitanus
1481. [Basel: Johann Besicken, 1480-1481].. [Basel: Johann Besicken, 1480-1481]. Commentaries on the Decretals of Gregory IX Concerning Marriage and Criminal Procedure by the "Lamp of the Law" Tudeschi, Niccolo de (Abbas Panoramitanus) [1386-1445]. [Lectura Super V Libris Decretalium]. [Basel: Johann Besicken, 1480-1481]. Part VI (of VI). [236] ff. Text in parallel columns. Collation: a-c10, d12, e10, f8, g-k10, l8, m-o10, p8, q-r10, [symbol]10, [symbol]8, s6, t-v10, u10, w10, x6. Folio (14" x 10-1/4"; 357 x 256 mm.). Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, manuscript vellum lettering piece to front cover, spine with raised bands sanded white, eighteenth-century leather lettering pieces and later paper shelf labels, boards lacking catches and clasps. Moderate soiling to boards, corners bumped and lightly worn, numerous small wormholes through covers into text block with minor text loss to few leaves but not impairing legibility, pastedowns loose, eighteenth-century Salzburg Benedictine Monastery bookplate to verso of front board, brief early annotations to front free endpaper (author name) and head of leaf a2 (ownership inscription). Printed in 55 lines, text in gothic type, rubricated, large Lombard initials in red and blue, seven-line decorated initial and three-quarter illuminated border in colors and gold on a2r incorporating 3 linked roundels in lower margin containing depictions of 2 men with shields and lances and woman with bow and arrow, similar decoration on g1r with floral and ornamental motifs instead of figures in the roundels. Light toning, dam … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [United States]
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2019-11-14 14:38:08
Tudeschi, Niccolo de; Abbas Panoramitanus
1481. [Basel: Johann Besicken, 1480-1481]. Commentaries on the Decretals of Gregory IX Concerning Marriage and Criminal Procedure by the "Lamp of the Law" Tudeschi, Niccolo de (Abbas Panoramitanus) [1386-1445]. [Lectura Super V Libris Decretalium]. [Basel: Johann Besicken, 1480-1481]. Part VI (of VI). [236] ff. Text in parallel columns. Collation: a-c10, d12, e10, f8, g-k10, l8, m-o10, p8, q-r10, [symbol]10, [symbol]8, s6, t-v10, u10, w10, x6. Folio (14" x 10-1/4"; 357 x 256 mm.). Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, manuscript vellum lettering piece to front cover, spine with raised bands sanded white, eighteenth-century leather lettering pieces and later paper shelf labels, boards lacking catches and clasps. Moderate soiling to boards, corners bumped and lightly worn, numerous small wormholes through covers into text block with minor text loss to few leaves but not impairing legibility, pastedowns loose, eighteenth-century Salzburg Benedictine Monastery bookplate to verso of front board, brief early annotations to front free endpaper (author name) and head of leaf a2 (ownership inscription). Printed in 55 lines, text in gothic type, rubricated, large Lombard initials in red and blue, seven-line decorated initial and three-quarter illuminated border in colors and gold on a2r incorporating 3 linked roundels in lower margin containing depictions of 2 men with shields and lances and woman with bow and arrow, similar decoration on g1r with floral and ornamental motifs instead of figures in the roundels. Light toning, dampstaining to lower margin of c1-3 and li … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2019-11-14 08:50:32
PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Gaius / PLINY THE ELDER
Parma: Andreas Portilia, 1481. 3rd Edition. Hardcover. Large Folio. July 8, 1481. Royal Folio (410 x 278 mm). 266 unfoliated leaves (of 268, lacking blanks a1 and ee6 only). 58 lines, Roman type 4:99R. Signatures: a8 (-a1) b6 c-e8 f6 g-h8 i-l6 m-y8 z6 &4 aa-dd8 ee6 (-ee6) A-F8 G6. On fol. a2r: "Caius Plinius Marco suo salutem", fol. a3r: Caii Plynii Secundi Naturalis hystoriae liber primus. Caius Plynius Secundus Nouocomensis. T. Vespasiano suo salutem. Praefatio". Fol. c1r elaborately illuminated with large opening initial 'M' painted in red, green, blue and gold, with painted extending floral leaves and minor penwork, at lower margin a simplified ecclesiastical shield in red housing three escallops, with extending floral leaves. 36 14-line initials opening each book, of red and blue with elaborate red or purple penwork infill and marginal extensions, 2-line Lombard initials in alternating red and blue, red and blue paragraph marks. Bound in mid 19th-century marbled calf, spine richly gilt-decorated and with gilt-lettered label; boards, board-edges and turn-ins tooled in gilt, marbled edges, marbled endpapers (hinges with old repair, extremities rubbed, corners worn and bumped). Fol. b6 misbound after a7, fols. a8 and b1 trimmed to text block margins and framed in new paper (without loss of text), gathering f misbound after fol. ee3, gathering s misbound after fol. e8, fols. ee4 and ee5 trimmed to text block margins (with loss of 4 letters of a word in last line of fol. ee4r and 5 words at foot of fol. ee5r), all laid down on new paper (versos are blank) and misbound at en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-10-31 17:13:03
Adolf Rusch für Anton Koberger. In hervorragendem Zustand! Biblia Latina, Straßburg 1481 gedruckt von Adolf Rusch für Anton Koberger Inkunabel 1481 in allerbestem Zustand (sieht ungelesen aus!) Erster Bibeldruck überhaupt, in dem Kommentare angeführt sind! Prachtvoller und heller, nahezu völlig unbeschädigter Einband aus dem 16. Jahrhundert! Sehr großes, eindrucksvolles Format! Rarität! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Biblia Latina, Strasbourg 1481 printed by Adolf Rusch for Anton Koberger Incunabula in best condition (looks unread!) First Bible print ever, in which comments are given! Glorious and bright, almost completely undamaged cover from the 16th century! Very large, impressive format! Rare! Beschreibung eines Experten des Auktionshauses Dorotheum in Wien: PETRUS de PALUDE. Sermones thesauri novi de tempore. Straßburg,Martin Flach 1489. 4to. Mit einer in Rot und Blau eingemalten Initiale und zahlr. eingemalten Initialen in Rot.Got.Type,2Kol.319 (st.322) Bll.Holzdeckelbd. d. Zt.mit blindgepr.Ldr.-Bezug,hs.Rsch. 2 Schließen (etw.berieben, Deckelbezug und ob.Kap.mit kl.Fehlst,Schließbänder erneuert). -GW M41778,Goff P-523.-Predigtsammlung die dem Dominikaner Petrus de Palude aus Varambon (um 1280-1342) zugeschrieben wird, nach Wetzer-Welte (IX,1323) " data_translated="Inkunabel um 1487! Sammelwürdige Rarität! Guter Zustand mit kleineren Makel. Beschreibung eines Experten des Auktionshauses Dorotheum in Wien: PETRUS de PALUDE. Sermones thesauri novi de tempore. Straßburg,Ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: WorldWideArts (uniti2) [Wien, AT]
2019-10-28 01:25:54
Adolf Rusch für Anton Koberger. In hervorragendem Zustand! Biblia Latina, Straßburg 1481 gedruckt von Adolf Rusch für Anton Koberger Inkunabel um 1481 in allerbestem Zustand (sieht ungelesen aus!) Erster Bibeldruck überhaupt, in dem Kommentare angeführt sind! Prachtvoller und heller, nahezu völlig unbeschädigter Einband aus dem 16. Jahrhundert! Sehr großes, eindrucksvolles Format! Rarität! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Biblia Latina, Strasbourg 1481 printed by Adolf Rusch for Anton Koberger Incunabula in best condition (looks unread!) First Bible print ever, in which comments are given! Glorious and bright, almost completely undamaged cover from the 16th century! Very large, impressive format! Rare! Beschreibung eines Experten des Auktionshauses Dorotheum in Wien: PETRUS de PALUDE. Sermones thesauri novi de tempore. Straßburg,Martin Flach 1489. 4to. Mit einer in Rot und Blau eingemalten Initiale und zahlr. eingemalten Initialen in Rot.Got.Type,2Kol.319 (st.322) Bll.Holzdeckelbd. d. Zt.mit blindgepr.Ldr.-Bezug,hs.Rsch. 2 Schließen (etw.berieben, Deckelbezug und ob.Kap.mit kl.Fehlst,Schließbänder erneuert). -GW M41778,Goff P-523.-Predigtsammlung die dem Dominikaner Petrus de Palude aus Varambon (um 1280-1342) zugeschrieben wird, nach Wetzer-Welte (IX,1323) " data_translated="Inkunabel um 1487! Sammelwürdige Rarität! Guter Zustand mit kleineren Makel. Beschreibung eines Experten des Auktionshauses Dorotheum in Wien: PETRUS de PALUDE. Sermones thesauri novi de tempore. Straßburg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: WorldWideArts (uniti2) [Wien, AT]
2019-09-16 01:34:23
Très bon état. MARGUERY (Albert) Jean Ango. Dieppe et le manoir de Varengeville, 1481-1551, avec une eau forte. Rouen, impr. de Cagniard, 1876. In-8 carre, fine reliure de l'epoque plein maroquin marron, dos a 5 nerfs orne de caissons dores, filets dores encadrant les plats, double filet dore sur les coupes, tranches dorees, dentelle doree interieure, une eau-forte en front. par Albert Marguery, 12 pp., imprime sur grand papier. Tirage limite a 200 ex. numerotes. Bel ex-libris grave contenant les inscriptions "Terar um Prosam", 2eme ex-libris gaufre aux armes inconnues. Tres bonne condition. Tres bon etat Tres rare plaquette sur le manoir de Varengeville, ancien palais d'ete de Jehan Ango, armateur richissime et mecene, le Manoir d'Ango est un monument unique, avec son exceptionnelle architecture Renaissance italienne, son pigeonnier, qui passe pour le plus beau de France. Le Manoir a ete l'un des premiers monuments classe monument historique, en 1862. "Marguery: Dessinateur, correcteur d'imprimerie, puis auxiliaire dans le service de navigation de la Seine a Rouen. - Photographe, membre du Photo-club de Rouen. Ses photographies illustrent regulierement les revues et publications de la region rouennaise. - Ingenieur." (BNF) POIDS:350GR #REF:564761 / 69C.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE LE TRAIT D'UNION (letraitdunion) [10000, FR]
2019-09-12 11:20:39
JOSEPHUS, Flavius
Venice, Reynaldus de Noviomago, 1481. ______ Format : 2 volumes in-folio. [306 x 210 mm] Collation : (232) ff. / (120) ff. [- a1 qui est blanc] Reliure : Vélin à rabats. (Reliure du XIXe.). ____ Première édition vénitienne. (L'édition princeps est de 1470 à Augsbourg). Les oeuvres historiques de Flavius Joseph comptent parmi les sources les plus précieuses pour l'étude du judaïsme ancien et du christianisme primitif. Cette traduction du grec en latin est attribuée à Rufin d'Aquilée [Tyrannius Rufinus], quatrième siècle, un contemporain de Saint Jérome. Edité par Girolamo Squarciafico [Hieronymus Squarzaficus], un humaniste connu pour avoir été l'éditeur des oeuvres de Pétrarque et Boccacce, ainsi que d'auteurs classiques. Une galerie de vers sur 3 cahiers du premier volume (r, s, t) avec perte de quelques lettres. Il manque le premier feuillet blanc de la 2e partie. Bon exemplaire très grand de marges. Le colophon du 1er volume porte la date du 10 Mai 1400 [i. e. 1481], le 2e du 31 Mars 1481. ISTC ij00485000. Goff J-485. BMC V, 256. Signatures : 1) a, b10, c-m8, n10, o10, p8, P8, s8, t8, v8, x8, y8, z8, tau 8, ksi 8 (1er f. blanc). 2) a10, a-o8, p6 (1er f. blanc manque, le dernier est blanc.) *-------* First Venice edition. (Editio princeps in Augsburg in 1470). Flavius Josephus' historical works are among the most valuable sources for the study of early Judaism and early Christianity. This translation from Greek into Latin is attributed to Rufinus of Aquileia [Tyrannius Rufinus], fourth-century, contemporary of St. Jerome. Edited by Girolamo Squarciafico [Hieronymus Squarz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2019-08-02 15:42:44
Aquinas Thomas Aquino Peter Lombard
Heinrich Quentell. 337 of 338 leaves. The important first edition of Sept 8 1481. 2 columns Gothic type. Many red Lombard initials red capitals and continuous rubrication throughout. Leather of the time over heavy wooden boards. Top clasp portions present later metal reinforcements at corners 6 spine cords rebacked some time in the last 200 years with hand printed title in top compartment. In good condition . MIssing first leaf with Salvator Mundi but no text. Top of spine pulled with some tearing to the leather leather covers have some scraping and wear. Interior paper clean and strong some very occasional humidity staining in the margins sheet b1 has corner loss not affecting text x5 has a small marginal hole ll6 has a short tear at top margin nn1 has small upper margin hole. There are some eccentric page edges a few leaves are a bit darker than the rest xx4 n2 and cc5 versos have neatly done outlining of the watermark in faint red or blue. Otherwise paper is clean and strong printing is strong. A very nice copy of this first edition quite scarce in commerce. Aquinass commentary on Scholastic Peter Lombards second book there are four of Sentences. Petrus Lombardus 34formed the framework upon which four centuries of scholastic interpretation of Christian dogmas was based.34 From the 1220s until the 16th century no work of Christian literature except for the Bible itself was commented upon more frequently. The Sentences is a compilation of biblical texts together with relevant passages from the Church Fathers and many medieval thinkers on virtually the entire field of Chris … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: R & S Petras, Leaf and Stone Books [Toronto, Ontario, CA]
2019-08-02 01:44:38
Aquinas, Thomas; Aquino; Peter Lombard
Cologne: Heinrich Quentell, 1481. Cologne: Heinrich Quentell. Good with no dust jacket. 1481. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 337 of 338 leaves. The important first edition of Sept 8, 1481. 2 columns, Gothic type. Many red Lombard initials, red capitals and continuous rubrication throughout. Leather of the time over heavy wooden boards. Top clasp portions present , later metal reinforcements at corners , 6 spine cords , rebacked some time in the last 200 years with hand printed title in top compartment. In good condition . MIssing first leaf with Salvator Mundi, but no text. Top of spine pulled with some tearing to the leather, leather covers have some scraping and wear. Interior paper clean and strong, some very occasional humidity staining in the margins, sheet b1 has corner loss not affecting text, x5 has a small marginal hole, ll6 has a short tear at top margin, nn1 has small upper margin hole. There are some eccentric page edges, a few leaves are a bit darker than the rest, xx4, n2 and cc5 versos have neatly done outlining of the watermark in faint red or blue. Otherwise paper is clean and strong, printing is strong. A very nice copy of this first edition, quite scarce in commerce. Aquinas's commentary on Scholastic Peter Lombard's second book (there are four) of Sentences. Petrus Lombardus "formed the framework upon which four centuries of scholastic interpretation of Christian dogmas was based." From the 1220s until the 16th century, no work of Christian literature, except for the Bible itself, was commented upon more frequently. The Sentences is a compil … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books (nee Greekdrama) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2019-07-03 12:11:47
1481. Condition: Gebraucht. G.F.UNGER Seine größten Western-Erfolge Bastei Verlag ca. 700 (+/- 5) verschiedene Western von Heft 1 - 1481 + 1 Taschenbuch "Die Canons" Das dürfte fast die komplette Bibliografie von G.F.Unger sein. Wie auf dem Foto zu sehen ist, sind die Hefte in einem so gut wie neuwertigen, vermutlich überwiegend ungelesenem Zustand, von einigen wenigen Lagerspuren abgesehen. Bei Unger-Western eine absolute Rarität, denn meistens sind die Hefte mehrfach und gern ge- und zerlesen worden. Bei diesem Angebot erhält der Käufer so gut wie alle jemals von G.F.Unger geschriebenen Western in einheitlicher Aufmachung und in einem Top Zustand. Auch Tausch gegen top erhaltene Fledermaus / Kommissar X Hefte aus den 50er/60er Jahren oder Butler Parker Auslese Hefte möglich. Versand in ausgeschlossene Orte auf Anfrage ACHTUNG! Bitte Zahlungsinformationen abwarten, BEVOR Sie mit PayPal bezahlen (in letzter Zeit treten leider immer häufiger Probleme mit nicht weitergeleiteten Zahlungen auf). Bevorzugte Zahlungsmethode ist daher die normale (Bank-)Überweisung. (PayPal ist natürlich weiterhin ebenfalls möglich). Ich versende NUR innerhalb der EU (in andere europäische Länder und außerhalb Europas auf Anfrage).
Bookseller: RICHIE'S BOOKS AND STUFF (richie-alzheimer) [Nordbayern, DE]
2019-06-28 21:55:14
Josephus, Flavius
Venice, Reynaldus de Novimagio, 1481. Viele weitere alte Landkarten, Graphiken und antiquarische Bücher in unserem ebay-shop! Wir kaufen auch an! [Important annotated Josephus Incunable --] - Josephus, Flavius: De antiquitate judaica. De bello judaico. Contra Apionem. Venice, Reynaldus de Novimagio 1481. Venice, Reynaldus de Novimagio, 31 March 1481; 10 May '1400' [i.e. 1481] Folio [Binding 320 x 215 mm; Pages 302 x 210 mm]. 232, 120 leaves (including all blanks). Rubricated in red and blue. With extensive contemporary, handwritten annotations and an eight-page manuscript, comprising the missing passages of Contra Apionem. Bound in contemporary wooden boards, clasps and leather spine renewed. -------------------------------------------------- This is an important annotated copy of Josephus' edition from 1481. Its annotator, an impressive Humanist scholar, first discovered two lenghty passages in Contra Apionem, missing from the text in all early Josephus' editions. It was not before 1534 that Sigismund Gelenius edited a complete version at Froben in Basel. ------------------------------------ Although five editions of the ancient Latin translation of one or two of Josephus' works appeared before it (the Greek editio princeps was not published until 1544), the 1481 Venice edition was of particular importance. First, it was the earliest edition to include together all three works of Josephus for which there was a Latin translation produced in antiquity (the first Latin translation of Josephus' fourth work, his autobiography, was not made until the early modern period). Second … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antike Original-Graphik (antiquariat-voelkel) [Seubersdorf, DE]
2019-04-17 11:13:55
1481. Arbre Généalogique manuscrit de la famille Robert de Saint-Vincent du XVIe au XXe Histoire de la famille Robert de Saint-Vincent : Originaire de Chartres. Connue depuis le XVIe siècle. Il ne faut pas la confondre avec les Robert, d'Orléans, anoblis en 1481 et les Robert de Monneville, de Paris, anoblis en 1677. Se fixe à Paris vers 1630. La branche aînée des Robert de Septueil est anoblie par charge de secrétaire en 1660. La branche cadette des Robert de Saint-Vincent était encore roturière en 1708. Ils ont donné un président à la Chambre des comptes de Paris (1703-1713), des conseillers au Pt de Paris, dont Pierre Augustin 1725-1799 qui joua un rôle passablement trouble dans l'Affaire du collier et la résistance parlementaire, des officiers de terre et de mer. Voir notamment F. BLUCHE, L'origine des Magistrats au Parlement de Paris.- Jean de VIGUERIE, LOuis XVI -et Histoire et Dictionnaire du Temps des Lumières....(Promethée) Poids : 80 g.
Bookseller: canoet71 [Pennautier, FR]
2019-03-29 10:13:47
Antonius Andreae:
Saint-Albans, Schoolmaster printer, 1481. Type 3. O-Inkunabel-Doppelblatt-Fragment der Lage M 1/8 aus einem Makulatur-Fund mit 22 (von 32) Zeilen Text, Wurmgänge und eine Faltung im Blatt. Fragment-Größe: 20,7 x 14,1 cm. - - - The St Albans Press was the third printing press set up in England, in 1479. The Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke records 8 prints from this press. The press was situated in the Abbey Gateway, St Albans, part of the Benedictine Monastery of St Albans. The name of the printer is unknown, only referred to by Wynkyn de Worde in a reprinting of one of the St Albans books as 'Sometime schoolmaster'. Recent research has produced the name John Haule as a possible candidate for the Schoolmaster Printer. A further candidate for the Schoolmaster Printer is William Waren. He was identified as William Waren, Master of Grammar and warden of the Grammar School of St Albans in a case in Common Pleas recorded from 1486 to 1489. He presented the school with ist first printed textbook, the Elegantiolae, which was the first book printed at the press, and he was a printer, probably in St Albans in 1479. Lotte Hellinga has suggested that "there were several people working successively at the abbey." Printing was done in St Albans in two distinct phases, probably by two printers or teams of printers. During the first phase, from 1479 to 1481, they printed six books in Latin for grammar school and university students, with a high standard of typesetting and printing. Then there was an interval of five years, after which printing resumed in 1486. During the second phase, they … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2019-03-26 21:33:49
Important annotated Josephus Incunable -- - Josephus, Flavius
Venice, Reynaldus de Novimagio 1481. Venice, Reynaldus de Novimagio, 31 March 1481; 10 May '1400' [i.e. 1481] Folio [Binding 320 x 215 mm; Pages 302 x 210 mm]. 232, 120 leaves (including all blanks). Rubricated in red and blue. With extensive contemporary, handwritten annotations and an eight-page manuscript, comprising the missing passages of Contra Apionem. Bound in contemporary wooden boards, clasps and leather spine renewed. -------------------------------------------------- This is an important annotated copy of Josephus' edition from 1481. Its annotator, an impressive Humanist scholar, first discovered two lenghty passages in Contra Apionem, missing from the text in all early Josephus' editions. It was not before 1534 that Sigismund Gelenius edited a complete version at Froben in Basel. ------------------------------------ Although five editions of the ancient Latin translation of one or two of Josephus’ works appeared before it (the Greek editio princeps was not published until 1544), the 1481 Venice edition was of particular importance. First, it was the earliest edition to include together all three works of Josephus for which there was a Latin translation produced in antiquity (the first Latin translation of Josephus’ fourth work, his autobiography, was not made until the early modern period). Second, the Latin text of this edition (which depended on the 1470 Augsburg edition for the Antiquities and the 1480 Verona edition for the Jewish War and Ageainst Apion) had a tremendous impact on the next ten editions. Six of these offered only a slightly revised versi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH [Germany]
2019-03-06 00:19:35
Missale Benedictinum
1481. Hain/Cop./Reichl. 11267; BMC I, 174; Goff M 631; Geldner, Bamberg Nr. 15; Meyer-Baer 207.- Der erste datierte Bamberger Druck, zugleich das erste für den Benediktinerorden gedruckte Missale, einer der bedeutendsten Drucke aus der Offizin Sendenschmidt.- Bei vorliegendem Exemplar fehlen am Anfang 4 unn. Bll. (*1-4) und ein w. Bl. (a1); vorhanden sind die num. Bll. I-CXXIX (a2-n10) u. (der Lagenformel nach im lückenlosen Anschluss) CXXXII-CXLI (o1-10; dieselben Bll. sind beim Exemplar der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek korrekt CXXX-CXXXIX foliiert); nun fehlen zwei w. Bll. o11 u. o12, von denen eines das geschnittene oder gemalte Kanonbild trug; vorhanden wiederum sind die num. Bll. CXLII-CCLVI (p1-C7), am Schluss fehlt das num. Bl. CCLII (C8) mit dem Kolophon.- Die Te igitur-Initiale auf Bl. CXLII (p1) mit Darstellung der Opferung Isaaks in schönem zeitgenössischen Kolorit.- Foliierung gelegentlich angeschnitten, trotzdem breitrandig, mit gelegentlichen Temoins, die erste Seite angeschmut. Bamberg, Johann Sensenschmidt, 1481. 31. VII. 1481. 254 (st. 262 [257 num.]) Bll. mit großer kolorierter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Initiale. Folio. Blindgepr. dunkelbrauner Kalblederbd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln, 2 Schließen u. Pergament-Spiegeln (Der Prägeband ist auf beiden Deckeln mit einem von senk- und waagerechten Streicheisenlinien gebildeten Gitter versehen, deren Felder verschiedene, Schunke unbekannte Stempel enthalten: Adam und Eva, Adler, Christusmonogramm, Einhorn, Heiliger, Lilie, Steinbock. Vgl. zum Christusmonogramm Schunke (IHS rund 129 - Umfeld Klosterwerkstatt von Coesfe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Danckwerth (antiquariat-schramm) [Kiel, Germany]
2019-02-06 13:59:28
Johannes Canonicus
Johannes Canonicus. Venetiis, Octavianus Scotus, 1481. Quaestiones super Physica Aristotelis. (Colophon:) Cura et diligentia. Francisci de Benzonibus. In-folio, pergamena recente. (108) ff. (Manca il primo f. bianco,sostituito da carta antica). Carattere gotico a due colonne, 59 linee. Spazi per iniziali. Bell' esemplare della rara seconda edizione. Hain, 4345. B.M.C., V, p. 276. Klebs, 553.2. Pellechet, 3207. I.G.I., 2412. Proctor, 4569. Goff, J-263 (4 esemplari in U.S.A.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2019-02-06 10:06:40
Duns Scotus, Johannes,
Nürnberg, Anton Koberger 1481 (datiert:Teil II 23. April, T. IV 19. Mai). 5 Teile in einem Band. Groß-Folio, ca. 42 x 28 cm. 130, 82, 58, 140; 52 nicht num. Bl. Zweispaltiger Druck, gotische Type, 70-71 Zeilen. Jeweils 19 bis 20-zeilige mehrfarbige gezeichnete Initiale zu Beginn der vier Teile und der Quodlibeta. Durchgehend rubriziert mit Kennzeichnung der Satzanfänge, Unterstreichungen. Sehr zahlreiche mehrzeilige Initialen (4-8 Zeilen) in Rot und Blau. Handschriftliche Lagensignaturen (mehrere Teile übergreifend, meist angeschnitten). Zeitgenössisches blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder über schweren Holzdeckeln, Spuren nicht mehr vorhandener Metallschliessen, geprägter Autorenname auf dem Vorderdeckel. Einband berieben, bestossen und fleckig. Der im Laufe der Jahrhunderte gerissene Rückenbezug fachmännisch restauriert, Fehlstellen ergänzt. Wenige zeitgenössische Anmerkungen. Lagensignaturen zwischen Haupttext und Beiband unterschiedlich (1-4 in braun, Quodlibeta in blau). Blatt [a2] beschnitten und montiert, möglicherweise aus einem anderen Exemplar, Besitzvermerke und Stempel (s.u.). Teilweise gebräunt, vor allem im Oberrand. GW 9074 und 9069. ISTC id00380000 und id00394000. BMC II, 419 (mit den Quodlibeta, falsche Kollationsangabe am Ende). BSB-Ink D-304 und D-319. Von beiden kein Exemplar in einer belgischen Bibliothek. Lagenkollation I: [a-c8 d6 e-h8 i6 k-l8 m-n6 o-p8 q-s6], II: [a-b8 c-d6 e8 f6 g-l8], III: [a8 b-c6 d-e8 f6 g-h8], IV: [a8 b-z6]; [a8 b-g6 h8]. Von insgesamt sieben unbedruckten Blättern sind 5 vorhanden (II, III, IV, QL jeweils a1 und IV z6), es fehlen zwei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2019-02-04 13:03:36
Missale Benedictinum
Hain/Cop./Reichl. 11267; BMC I, 174; Goff M 631; Geldner, Bamberg Nr. 15; Meyer-Baer 207.- Der erste datierte Bamberger Druck, zugleich das erste für den Benediktinerorden gedruckte Missale, einer der bedeutendsten Drucke aus der Offizin Sendenschmidt.- Bei vorliegendem Exemplar fehlen am Anfang 4 unn. Bll. (*1-4) und ein w. Bl. (a1); vorhanden sind die num. Bll. I-CXXIX (a2-n10) u. (der Lagenformel nach im lückenlosen Anschluss) CXXXII-CXLI (o1-10; dieselben Bll. sind beim Exemplar der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek korrekt CXXX-CXXXIX foliiert); nun fehlen zwei w. Bll. o11 u. o12, von denen eines das geschnittene oder gemalte Kanonbild trug; vorhanden wiederum sind die num. Bll. CXLII-CCLVI (p1-C7), am Schluss fehlt das num. Bl. CCLII (C8) mit dem Kolophon.- Die Te igitur-Initiale auf Bl. CXLII (p1) mit Darstellung der Opferung Isaaks in schönem zeitgenössischen Kolorit.- Foliierung gelegentlich angeschnitten, trotzdem breitrandig, mit gelegentlichen Temoins, die erste Seite angeschmut. Bamberg, Johann Sensenschmidt, 1481. 31. VII. 1481. 254 (st. 262 [257 num.]) Bll. mit großer kolorierter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Initiale. Folio. Blindgepr. dunkelbrauner Kalblederbd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln, 2 Schließen u. Pergament-Spiegeln (Der Prägeband ist auf beiden Deckeln mit einem von senk- und waagerechten Streicheisenlinien gebildeten Gitter versehen, deren Felder verschiedene, Schunke unbekannte Stempel enthalten: Adam und Eva, Adler, Christusmonogramm, Einhorn, Heiliger, Lilie, Steinbock. Vgl. zum Christusmonogramm Schunke (IHS rund 129 - Umfeld Klosterwerkstatt von Coesfeld im … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Danckwerth [Kiel, DE]
2019-02-02 16:15:51
RIVOLI, DUC DE.
Paris, J. Rothschild, 1896, 1481. Later blind gray cloth with original paper cover pasted on front. xxii,350 pp.; ills, figures, plates.; 41x30 cm. "Etudes sur l'Art de la Gravure sur Bois a Venise". Text in French / Français. - (some spotting/ foxing, mainly to covers, edges and endpapers, sl. browned) Although very good, see picture. Limited ed. to 300 copies, This is no. 138 of 290 on 'papier teinte'. Dedicated and signed 'M J Rothschild'
Bookseller: Second Hand and Antiquarian Books Emile Kerssemakers [NL]
2019-02-02 16:08:47
Phalaris
Venice: [Antonio di Alessandria della Paglia et Socii, id est Bartolomeo di Fossombrone & Marchesino di Sauioni], 10 Mar, 1481. 4to (198x139 mm), early 19th century brown half calf with gold fillets on spine, and title on red label, a clean good copy. Roman letter in 29 lines, 40 leaves with signature a-e8. The first Latin edition of these spurious letters, written in the period of Roman Emperor Antonius under the name of Phalaris of Agrigento (570-555 bC), was printed in Rome: [Han, about 1468]. The work had significant success with more than 35 editions before 1500, even if the Greek editio princeps was printed only 30 year later (1498) than the Latin edition. In this collection of letters, Phalaris, the prototype of a Tyrant, is depicted as a benefactor of Human Studies and a close friend and generous supporter of the most important writers and oligarchs of Sicily: "You remember none of the good services I have done you, and I continue still to serve you" To Megareans in The Epistles of Phalaris, London: Barnes, 1706, ep. 2. (leaf a5 in 1481 edition). A remarkable copy with many contemporary manuscript text corrections. It seems to be a copy used by a later printer in order to publish a corrected text of Phalaris. The manuscript emendations in our copy are correctly printed, for example, in the subsequent edition printed by Planck in Rome: 1481-1487 (Goff P560). In the Roman edition the final manuscript Disticon "Qui modo notus erat nulli penitusque latebat / Nunc Phalaris doctum protulit ecce caput" here added in manuscript by a contemporary hand is instead properly pri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mayfair Rare Books & Manuscripts Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-01 11:01:47
TORQUEMADA Juan de, cardinal;GUILLELMUS PARISIENSIS;
Strasbourg par l'imprimeur de la Légende dorée de 1481 circa 1480 et 1482 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-folio (268 x 190mm), 177 ff. n. ch.; 126 ff. n. ch. Veau marbré, ais de bois, filet à froid encadrant les plats, dos à nerfs, pièce de titre havane, pièce de lieu et d'année verte, cote de bibliothèque en queue, tranches rouges, plats et dos frottés, large épidermure au premier plat, traces de fermoir, coiffe inférieure frottée, petits trous de ver en tête aux premiers folios, folio blanc initial du premier ouvrage manquant, petites taches marginales éparses (reliure ancienne). Belle réunion de deux incunables strasbourgeois intégralement rubriqués. Modèles d'exégèse biblique dominicains, imprimés sur 42 lignes, ils sont l'œuvre de l'atelier de l'imprimeur dit de la Légende dorée de 1481.Le commentaire sur les Evangiles de Guillaume de Paris (1437-1485) est à la base de la prédication populaire à la fin du Moyen-Âge, en rendant accessibles des extraits des Epîtres et des Evangiles; une centaine d'éditions en a été imprimée au XVe siècle (Goff, 1959). Notre édition est parue du vivant du théologien, huit ans après la princeps imprimée à Strasbourg par Gunther Zainer (Hain 8232). L'auteur a parfois été assimilé au prolifique Johann Herolt, ce que les travaux d'Anne Hayer tendent à démentir maintenant à cause de divergences manifestes.Les commentaires sur les psaumes de Juan de Torquemada (1388-1468), théologien de Valladolid, figure importante des conciles de Bâle (1432-1437) et Florence (1439), oncle du célèbre inquisiteur, ont paru pour la première fois à Rome en 1470. L'ou … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre-Adrien Yvinec [France, Paris]
2019-01-30 06:48:40
[Turci]
Nürnberg, Conrad Zeninger, [nach 3. V.] 1481. 22 Bll. (a7, b8, c7: ohne das erste und letzte weiße Blatt). 32 Zeilen, gotische Type. Durchgehend rubriziert, mit 3 vierzeiligen Lombardinitialen und roter Federwerksverzierung zu Textbeginn. Hellbrauner Lederband im Stil der Zeit mit Streicheisenlinien und gepr. Deckeltitel "Tractatus De Turcis". 4to. Dritte Ausgabe dieser Kampfschrift gegen die Türken. Enthält vorwiegend auf dieselben bezogene Prophezeiungen von Merlin, Cyrillus, Joachim von Fiore, der Hl. Hildegard, Katharina von Siena, Methodius, etc. Zugleich einer der frühesten Texte mit Ungarnbezug und einer der wenigen Drucke aus Zeningers Offizin: "Conrad Zeninger (aus Mainz) druckte in den Jahren 1480-82 nur etwa 10 Bücher" (Halle 70). Die auf den König von Ungarn bezügliche Prophezeiung auf Bl. a[5]r abgedruckt bei Fraknói Vilmos, "Schlauch Lörincz szatmári püspöknek Török János által gyüjtött könyvtára", in: Magyar Könyvszemle 2 (1877), S. 77-90, hier: 77f. (vgl. Apponyi). Datierung: Erwähnt auf Bl. A[4]v den Tod Mehmets II. - Gering gebräunt und unten durchgehend etwas wasserrandig; das erste und letzte Blatt vorsichtig gewaschen. Minimaler Papierdurchbruch in Bl. 1 (ohne Textberührung); letztes Blatt behutsam restauriert. Im unteren Rand schwach erkennbare spätere hs. Seitenzählung. Vereinzelte Marginalien des 16. Jahrhunderts. Schöner, durchgehend rubrizierter Druck dieser seltenen Schrift. - HC 15681. Goff T-503. GW M48133. BMC II, 460. BSB-Ink T-437. Oates 1077. Proctor 2229. Walsh I, 794. Pellechet 11154. Halle 70 (Newe Zeitungen), 11. Apponyi 10. Hohenemser … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-29 16:25:11
Johannes Canonicus
Johannes Canonicus. Venetiis, Octavianus Scotus, 1481. Quaestiones super Physica Aristotelis. (Colophon:) Cura et diligentia. Francisci de Benzonibus. In-folio, pergamena recente. (108) ff. (Manca il primo f. bianco,sostituito da carta antica). Carattere gotico a due colonne, 59 linee. Spazi per iniziali. Bell' esemplare della rara seconda edizione. Hain, 4345. B.M.C., V, p. 276. Klebs, 553.2. Pellechet, 3207. I.G.I., 2412. Proctor, 4569. Goff, J-263 (4 esemplari in U.S.A.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2019-01-15 02:33:58
Missale Benedictinum
Hain/Cop./Reichl. 11267; BMC I, 174; Goff M 631; Geldner, Bamberg Nr. 15; Meyer-Baer 207.- Der erste datierte Bamberger Druck, zugleich das erste für den Benediktinerorden gedruckte Missale, einer der bedeutendsten Drucke aus der Offizin Sendenschmidt.- Bei vorliegendem Exemplar fehlen am Anfang 4 unn. Bll. (*1-4) und ein w. Bl. (a1); vorhanden sind die num. Bll. I-CXXIX (a2-n10) u. (der Lagenformel nach im lückenlosen Anschluss) CXXXII-CXLI (o1-10; dieselben Bll. sind beim Exemplar der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek korrekt CXXX-CXXXIX foliiert); nun fehlen zwei w. Bll. o11 u. o12, von denen eines das geschnittene oder gemalte Kanonbild trug; vorhanden wiederum sind die num. Bll. CXLII-CCLVI (p1-C7), am Schluss fehlt das num. Bl. CCLII (C8) mit dem Kolophon.- Die Te igitur-Initiale auf Bl. CXLII (p1) mit Darstellung der Opferung Isaaks in schönem zeitgenössischen Kolorit.- Foliierung gelegentlich angeschnitten, trotzdem breitrandig, mit gelegentlichen Temoins, die erste Seite angeschmut. Bamberg, Johann Sensenschmidt, 1481. 31. VII. 1481. 254 (st. 262 [257 num.]) Bll. mit großer kolorierter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Initiale. Folio. Blindgepr. dunkelbrauner Kalblederbd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln, 2 Schließen u. Pergament-Spiegeln (Der Prägeband ist auf beiden Deckeln mit einem von senk- und waagerechten Streicheisenlinien gebildeten Gitter versehen, deren Felder verschiedene, Schunke unbekannte Stempel enthalten: Adam und Eva, Adler, Christusmonogramm, Einhorn, Heiliger, Lilie, Steinbock. Vgl. zum Christusmonogramm Schunke (IHS rund 129 - Umfeld Klosterwerkstatt von Coesfeld im … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Danckwerth [Kiel, DE]
2019-01-14 16:35:29
Guillelmus Duranti
Anton Koberger, Nürnberg. Neuer Ledereinband auf Bünden (verbürgt gute Haltbarkeit und gutes Umblättern), auf den Vorderdeckel sind Reste eines zeitgenössischen (vermutlich 1487-1495) blindgeprägten Lederbandes mit Rautenmustern und Einzelstempeln aufgezogen, zweispaltig gedruckt, 55-zeilig, 197 nummerierte Blätter, in Rot rubriziert, mit roten Initialen. Initialen auf der dritten und letzten Seite nicht ausgeführt, handschriftliche Marginalien vorhanden. Wurmstiche nur auf den ersten und letzten Seiten (auf Grund der früheren lederbezogenen-Holzdeckel vorne und hinten). Dieser Frühdruck (Inkunabel) ist nur sehr selten im Handel erhältlich. In einigen Universitätsbibliotheken ist er vertreten, z.T. auch in verschiedenen Ausgaben Anton Kobergers, Nürnberg, und auch anderer Frühdrucker (z.B. Johann Zainer, Ulm Berthold Ruppel und Michael Wenssler, Basel Johann Prüss, Straßburg). Verzeichnet im Inkunabelkatalog des Germanischen Nationalmuseums Nürnberg Bearbeitet von Barbara Hellwig nach einem Verzeichnis von Walter Matthey (gest.) 1970. Otto Harrassowitz Wiesbaden, ISBN 3 447 000260, S. 106, Nr. 342. Vergleichbares Exemplar vom 6. November 1481, dort allerdings mit Originaleinband. Zum Inhalt dieser Inkunabel: Im Aschendorff Verlag, Münster, erschien am 8.11.2016 das Rationale divinorum officiorum in deutscher Übersetzung. Der folgende Text wurde der Beschreibung dieser Übersetzung entnommen (https://www.aschendorff-buchverlag.de/detailview?no=11267): Das Rationale der Gottesdienste, verfasst von dem Kanonisten und Liturgiker Wilhelm Durandus dem Älteren ( 1296) und in zwe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Danzig-Langfuhr [Germany]
2018-12-18 18:31:03
Duranti, Guillelmus
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 6 Nov. 1481. 198 leaves. ll.[1], 1-197. a12 b-l8]m10n-zA8]. With 17-line opening initial in red, yellow and blue with yellow & white fill & flourishes; rubricated with red & blue lombard initials throughout, capital strokes & paragraph signs, headlines. 1 vols. Folio. A Fine Koberger, 1481. Duranti (also Durand, or Durandus) was a 13th-century French theologian and canon law jurist whose RATIONALE DIVINORUM OFFICIORUM -- a book devoted to the nature and symbolism of the Roman Catholic liturgy -- was first printed by Fust & Schoeffer in 1459, and dozens of times thereafter. This is the second Koberger printing of Duranti's book, preceeded by his edition of 1480. Although not at all rare in institutions, copies on the market are infrequent. Only one copy shows up in American Book Prices Current over the last 30 years, and it was imperfect, stained, soiled, and sold with all faults. This is a beautiful, nearly immaculate copy, with fine rubrication. Goff D425; H 6485*; BMC II 421; BSB-Ink D-342; GW 9123; ISTC No.: id00425000. Bound in 17th-century blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards lettered in ms on front cover: (upper panel) "• M • T • H • S •" and (lower panel) "•1• 6 • 6 • 5". Lacking clasps, foot of spine torn, front free endpaper detached. Internally, apart from one or two stains, an immaculate, crisp copy. Early owner's signature in margin of first leaf. Bookplate of the Washington Cathedral and one other.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-11-12 14:12:57
BOCCACCIO GIOVANNI.
Venezia, Filippo di Pietro, (non prima del 19 giugno) 1481. In-4°, 65 cc. (assente la prima bianca); legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena parzialmente ricoperta in carta bruna al principio del secolo XIX. Esemplare proveniente dalla collezione di Giuseppe Martini (firma di possesso autografa al risguardo anteriore, n° 65 del suo catalogo "Incunabuli"), già appartenuto a Maffeo Pinelli e al De Bure (firma autografa). Ex libris a stampa al contropiatto anteriore. Non gravi forellini di tarlo perlopiù marginali e una assai lieve gora ai margini superiore e inferiore lungo il testo. Buon esemplare, margini ampi. Edizione veneziana a cura di Girolamo Squarciafico e da lui dedicata alle "donne innamorate" con la lettera che si trova in fine al volume, datata 19 giugno 1481, che fornisce dunque il termine post quem per la stampa, che avvenne comunque entro il 1481, come si legge nel colophon. "La Fiammetta, forse l'opera più interessante del Boccaccio dopo il Decamerone, è una specie di romanzo autobiografico, composto molto probabilmente prima del 1343, nel quale l'autore racconta i suoi amori con Maria d'Aquino, nascosta sotto il nome di Fiammetta, e creduta figlia naturale di Roberto re di Napoli" (Martini). HC 3293. GW 4459. IGI 1782. BMC V, 223. Goff B-736. Martini 65.
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2018-10-19 10:13:19
Aquinas, [St ] Thomas
Venice: [Johannes Herbort, de Seligenstadt] for Johannes de Colonia, Nicolaus Jenson et Socii, 1481. Folio (pages 307 x 202 mm). 310 leaves including first blank. Collation: a-z10, A-H10. Two columns, gothic type, 56 lines per page, headlines. a1 blank (and present). First page of text rubricated with blue and red floriated design on a gold base, and large manuscript initial; also with manuscript armorial design at base in same colours with green and gold embellishment at the border (a2). Printer's device in red (H2), table (H3), register (H10). Else unrubricated. 19th century gilt stamped half calf with decorative paper over boards. Very minor worming to first few leaves. Some soiling and spotting to the first few leaves. Leaves a1 and a10 remargined at gutter. Some early marginalia, table annotated, minor damp staining to head of table, brown spotting and soiling to table. Early ownership signatures on first page of text. Otherwise, a remarkably clean and tall copy with lovely hand-coloring on the first leaf, heightened in gold. An Italian of the Dominican order, Thomas Aquinas rose to fame as the father of the Thomistic school of theology. "Combining traditional principles of theology with modern philosophic thought, St. Thomas Aquinas' treatises touched upon the questions and struggles of medieval intellectuals, church authorities, and everyday people alike...A prolific writer, St. Thomas Aquinas penned close to 60 known works. His philosophical and theological writings spanned a wide spectrum of topics, including commentaries on the Bible and discussions of Aristotl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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