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2017-08-26 01:09:11
Martinus Polonus.
1484. Folio (224 x 318 mm). 255 unnumbered ff. (last blank). Gothic type, 2 cols., 46 lines. Rubricated throughout. With title border painted in red and orange, large initial "S" in several colours with pretty flower and tenril designs, red colophone border and numerous red and blue initials. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with 2 metal clasps (wants fittings). Ms. spine label. Probably the editio princeps of this collection of homiletic samples by Martin von Troppau (d. after 22 June 1278), rubricated and with pretty initials throughout. The alleged earlier edition cited by Hain and supposedly printed in Strasbourg in 1480 (H 10853) does not seem to have existed. Martinus Polonus (also known as Martin von Troppau or Martinus Oppaviensis) is regarded as one of the most respected chroniclers of the Middle Ages. - Some 6 ff. remargined at bottom, 2 more leaves show loss to corners. Somewhat browned and brownstained; several contemporary marginalia. Worming to beginning and end (touching text in final third). Binding rubbed and bumped; defect to back cover and numerous wormholes. The pretty Gothic blindstamping shows hunting scenes, floral designs, and the Agnus Dei (not recorded in Schunke, Schwenke collection). Splendid hand-painted armorial bookplate of Wolfgang Crener von Sulzbach (fl. c. 1510), a scholar of canon law; several later ownership entries, stamps, bookplate. Hain 10854. Goff M-329. GW M 21433. ISTC im00329000. Pellechet 7628. IGI 6245. Proctor 591. BMC I, 132. Walsh 221. CIBN M-184. BSB M-238. Wierzbowski III, 2013. Estreicher XXII, 201.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-08-14 12:32:13
ROLEWINCK, Werner.
Venice: Ernard Ratdolt, 1484. Venice: Ernard Ratdolt,, 1484. [Super-chancery] folio (310 × 217 mm). 66 numbered leaves, 8 unnumbered leaves. Cream calf spine and tips, marbled boards, spine lettered in manuscript. Genealogical diagrams with woodcut or metal cut roundels, white-on-black woodcut ornamental initials, and white-on-black woodcuts are interspersed throughout the text, some with contemporary [?] hand colouring in green, red and yellow inks. Damage to lower portion of spine, boards worn, minor repairs to first leaf and to eighteenth leaf, 4 wormholes touching a few single letters in the first 24 leaves, a stain to twelfth through fourteenth leaves, some browning, light foxing throughout. A very good copy. Fourth Venetian edition, and third Ratdolt edition. Rolewinck's chronological history of the world, richly illustrated with woodcut illustrations and diagrams, was famous for its complex page design and complex typographical layout, with the chronology following a double timeline - measuring from both the Creation and the birth of Christ. Rolewinck (1425-1502) was a Carthusian monk and prolific author. This book was both the most popular of his numerous writings and the most popular concise world chronicle of its time, being printed 32 times in the 15th century, including translations into French, German and Dutch.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-08-14 12:29:19
Dante Alighieri ( Commento di Landino)
Scoto ottaviano, 1484. ['400 incunabolo - Dante](cm. 28) Bella legatura del XIX secolo, realizzata con foglio di antifonario manoscritto rosso e seppia del XVI secolo. - cc. 261 (di 270) carattere romano, 64 linee, testo racchiuso dal commento, molti capolettera decorati a fondo nero. Seconda edizione col commento del Landino e una delle più belle come impressionee per la carta usata fra tutte le edizioni dantesche del '400.La prima del Landino apparve a Firenze nel 1481 per Niccolò della Magna. Purtroppo esemplare molto rifilato che intacca i titoli in alto e a volte il margine laterale. Qualche ombreggiatura e lievi macchiette. Macchia di inchiostro con foro a carta B2. Ciononostante esemplare genuino e di grande fascino per la stampa e la carta pesante utilizzata.. Mancano 9 carte: a1, 2, 9, 10; b1,8; k2,5,6.* Main C. 5947; *IGI 361; *GW 7967; * Mambelli 11; *Zambrini317; * De Batines I p. 47; *Pellechet 4515; * Proctor 4581; *Rosenthal "incunabula" Monaco 1900, cat. 24 n°521. Libro
Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari Francesco&Claudia [IT]
2017-08-13 13:41:28
Biondo, Flavio
Venice: Thomas de Blavis de Alexandria, 1484. The "Middle Ages" Biondo, Flavio (1392-1463). Blondi Flavii Forliviensis historiarum ab inclinatione Romanorum imperii [decades]. Folio. 301 unnumbered leaves (lacking blank a1). Venice: Thomas de Blavis de Alexandria, 1484. 304 x 211 mm. 18th century vellum, spine darkened, early owner's name in ink on front cover. Fine, very clean copy throughout. Early marginal annotations (some very slightly trimmed) throughout the first two-thirds of the volume, stopping at leaf C2. (All marginalia are legible). Second edition, the first to contain Pope Pius II's epitome of the first two decades (10-book sections) of Biondo's Historiarum. In this work Biondo, one of the great humanists of the early Renaissance, chronicled the history of Rome from the fall of the Empire (410 A.D.) to his own day, using a three-period framework that strongly influenced the later division of historical times into the Classical, Middle and Modern Ages. Biondo "was the first to devise a general history of Italy, showing a continuity since the fifth century, and to conceive a 'media aetas' [middle age] standing between antiquity and his own times" (Weiss, p. 66). In his scholarly essay on Biondo and the Historiarum, Denys Hay calls Biondo "the first medieval historian" (p. 54) and notes that "recognizing and chronicling the medium aevum, even if not using the phrase, constitutes a major claim to the esteem of posterity" (p. 55). Biondo wrote his Historiarum between 1439 and 1452, and manuscript copies circulated widely throughout Europe prior to the work's fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2017-08-11 14:10:15
Biondo, Flavio
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-11 14:10:15
Biondo, Flavio
Venice: Thomas de Blavis de Alexandria, 1484. The "Middle Ages" Biondo, Flavio (1392-1463). Blondi Flavii Forliviensis historiarum ab inclinatione Romanorum imperii [decades]. Folio. 301 unnumbered leaves (lacking blank a1). Venice: Thomas de Blavis de Alexandria, 1484. 304 x 211 mm. 18th century vellum, spine darkened, early owner's name in ink on front cover. Fine, very clean copy throughout. Early marginal annotations (some very slightly trimmed) throughout the first two-thirds of the volume, stopping at leaf C2. (All marginalia are legible). Second edition, the first to contain Pope Pius II's epitome of the first two decades (10-book sections) of Biondo's Historiarum. In this work Biondo, one of the great humanists of the early Renaissance, chronicled the history of Rome from the fall of the Empire (410 A.D.) to his own day, using a three-period framework that strongly influenced the later division of historical times into the Classical, Middle and Modern Ages. Biondo "was the first to devise a general history of Italy, showing a continuity since the fifth century, and to conceive a 'media aetas' [middle age] standing between antiquity and his own times" (Weiss, p. 66). In his scholarly essay on Biondo and the Historiarum, Denys Hay calls Biondo "the first medieval historian" (p. 54) and notes that "recognizing and chronicling the medium aevum, even if not using the phrase, constitutes a major claim to the esteem of posterity" (p. 55). Biondo wrote his Historiarum between 1439 and 1452, and manuscript copies circulated widely throughout Europe prior to the work's fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [US]
2017-08-11 14:10:15
Biondo, Flavio
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-11 14:10:15
Biondo, Flavio
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-08-11 14:10:15
Biondo, Flavio
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-06-24 01:16:37
Scaliger.
Folio [7] Bl., LII S., [2] Bl., 784 S., [23] Bl., 59 Seiten / pp. Leder der Zeit. Berieben und bestossen, teils wasserrandig. Scaliger (1484-1558), first published in 1583. Scalgier was one of the greatest scholars of ihs time. In this book he is not concentrated only on Greek and Roman history, but also on Persian, Babylonian and Egyptian and Jewish history. (ref. Printing and the Mind of Man, 98). with hebrew, greek and latin texts.
Bookseller: J.J. Heckenhauer e.K.
2017-06-24 00:13:21
ROLEWINCK, Werner
Venice: Ernard Ratdolt,, 1484. [Super-chancery] folio (310 × 217 mm). 66 numbered leaves, 8 unnumbered leaves. Cream calf spine and tips, marbled boards, spine lettered in manuscript. Genealogical diagrams with woodcut or metal cut roundels, white-on-black woodcut ornamental initials, and white-on-black woodcuts are interspersed throughout the text, some with contemporary [?] hand colouring in green, red and yellow inks. Damage to lower portion of spine, boards worn, minor repairs to first leaf and to eighteenth leaf, 4 wormholes touching a few single letters in the first 24 leaves, a stain to twelfth through fourteenth leaves, some browning, light foxing throughout. A very good copy. Fourth Venetian edition, and third Ratdolt edition. Rolewinck's chronological history of the world, richly illustrated with woodcut illustrations and diagrams, was famous for its complex page design and complex typographical layout, with the chronology following a double timeline - measuring from both the Creation and the birth of Christ. Rolewinck (1425-1502) was a Carthusian monk and prolific author. This book was both the most popular of his numerous writings and the most popular concise world chronicle of its time, being printed 32 times in the 15th century, including translations into French, German and Dutch.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
2017-06-18 00:00:00
ALVAREZ DE TOLEDO, Pedro and Maria OSORIO Y PIMENTEL.
Three letters from Pedro Alvarez de Toledo (1484-1553), Duke of Alba and councillor to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, and his wife Maria Osorio y Pimentel (1498-1539) to Ferrante Gonzaga (1507-1557), Viceroy of Sicily, who commanded the imperial cavalry fighting the Ottomans in North Africa. They concern the Ottoman fleet marauding in the Mediterranean in 1539, thirteen years after the Ottoman victory at the Battle of Mohács gave them control of much of Hungary and roused Christian fears of their strong presence in Europe, and ten years after Barbarossa established his base in Algiers. The first letter, signed by Alvarez de Toledo, advises that, due to the recent loss of Castelnuovo to the Turks, he has given orders for vigilance and defensive preparations on the island of Lipari. He asks Gonzaga to supply any assistance the islanders require. The second letter, also from Alvarez de Toledo, advises Gonzaga that he has received a letter from Andrea Doria (1466-1560), urging a campaign against Barbary to be carried out forthwith, in order to avoid further damage from the Turks. This followed the defeat of Doria's fleet at the battle of Preveza in September 1538 by the fleet commanded by the Ottoman admiral Haydeddin Barbarossa (ca. 1478-1546), long feared in Europe as the infamous privateer Red Beard. The third letter is addressed to Gonzaga by Osorio y Pimentel, informing him that her husband has sent news that the Turkish fleet has been sighted off the Capo d'Otranto, some 150 sails having been observed. She also notes that she has informed Francisco de Tovar, governor o … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-05-27 00:09:16
Augsburg Johann Bämler 10 Dezember Type 1 3 1484 - Einspaltiges 33-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einer 6-zeiligen braun-grünen, floralverzierten Holzschnittinitiale des Buchstaben A sowie 4 dreizeilige Lombarden. Im Randbereich gering fleckig. Festes Papier. Blattgröße: 19,5 x 26,8 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Wir können ein weiteres Blatt mit einer fünfzeiligen floralverzierten Holzschnitt-Initiale 'S' und einer vierzeiligen Lombarde zum Preis von 150,- Euro anbieten. Ein Bild des Inkunabelblatts wird gerne auf Wunsch per email zugesandt.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
2017-05-01 14:44:35
Jacobus de Voragine:
Augsburg, Hermann Kästlin, 10. April 1484. Type 2. Zweispaltiges, 41-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt. Einige Wurmlöcher. Blattgröße: 18,7 x 27,2 cm. Incunabula text leaf. Seltener Druck!
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-04-29 11:54:39
Capreolus, Johannes.
(Venedig, Octavianus Scotus, 1483-1484). - Erstausgabe dieses Kommentars des Dominikaners Johannes Capreolus zu Thomas von Aquin. „Anstatt wie üblich die Sentenzen des Lombardus zu kommentieren, enthält der Text eine umfassende, als Verteidigung konzipierte Gesamtdarstellung des Werkes Thomas von Aquins. Dabei berücksichtigte Capreolus im Gegensatz zu den Kommentatoren des 16. Jahrhunderts, alle, auch die kleineren Werke von Thomas. Deshalb galt er jahrhundertelang als ‚Prinzeps Thomistarum‘ und noch Grabmann bezeichnete seine Defensiones als ‚das geschichtlich bedeutsamste Werk, das die Thomistenschule zur Verteidigung des Aquinaten hervorgebracht hat. Von historischer Bedeutung ist insbesondere seine Auseinandersetzung mit Duns Scotus und den Nominalisten; die Lehre von Thomas hätte ohne das Werk von Capreolus wohl nie das 15. Jahrhundert überlebt" (BBKL). - Die dekorativen Einbände etw. berieben u. bestoßen sowie tlw. etw. fleckig u. mit kl. Wurmspuren. Rücken u. Vorderdeckeln m. Nummernschildchen. Rückenschilder tlw. m. kl. Randläsuren. Innendeckeln bzw. die ersten Bll. tlw. m. kl. alten Besitzvermerken. Zwei Bll. m. größerem Tintenfleck, zwei Bll. m. unterlegter Fehlstelle im unteren weißen Rand (ohne Textverlust) . Blattränder tlw. etw. angestaubt. Wenige Bll. m. kl. Wurmspuren bzw. Einrissen (zwei Bll. mit längerem Einriß, davon einer alt hinterlegt). Tlw. etw. gebräunt, stockfleckig bzw. wasserrandig (wenige Bll. etw. stärker). - Insgesamt schönes, über weite Teile annähernd fleckenfreies Exemplar. - GW 06032; Hain/C. 4410; IGI 2441; Pellechet 32 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
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2017-04-23 12:25:29
Eike von Repgow:
Augsburg Anna Rügerin 22 Juni Type 1 1484 - Einspaltiges, 37-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit zwei 5-zeiligen Holzschnitt-Initialen und zwei 3-zeiligen Holzschnitt-Lombarden. Blatt aus einer Buchdeckelauslösung mit Resten von Leimspuren. Verschiedene Fehlstellen im Rand und ein Wurmloch im Blatt. Blattgröße: 17,5 x 26 cm. - - - Das Blatt stammt aus einer Buchauslösung, deshalb sind die Reste der ehemaligen Verleimung auf dem ganzen Blatt sichtbar. Nur an den Stellen, wo das Blatt ehemals im Rand mit Büttenpapier altrestauriert wurde, ist die ursprüngliche Farbe erkennbar. Der Augsburger Drucker Johann Schönsperger druckte 1481 zusammen mit Thomas Rüger zwei Werke. Nach Rügers Tod um 1483 druckte Schönsperger für Rügers Witwe, Anna Rüger, zwei weitere Werke im Jahre 1484. Aus einem dieser beiden Werke, dem Sachsenspiegel, stammt dieses Blatt. In der Schlussschrift des Sachsenspiegels wird Anna Rüger "Anna Rügerin" genannt. Aus diesem Grund wird sie bisher als einzige Druckerin des 15. Jahrhunderts in den Druckverzeichnissen aufgeführt.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2017-04-20 23:55:48
Boccaccio, Giovanni - Francesco Alunno [d. i. Francesco del Bailo]
8, Titelbl. m. Vignette in Holzschnitt (Porträt von Francesco Alunno), 5 Bl. Zueignung u. Inhaltsübersicht, 264 Bl., Initialen in Holzschnitt, Neueres Priv.-HLdr. m. 4 Zierbünden, rotem Rückenschild, Rundum-Rotschnitt, Rücken tlw. fleckig, Kanten berieben, Einträge von alter Hand auf fleckiger Vakatseite nach Vorsatz sowie auf den Stegen des Titelblatts, erste ca. 25 Bl. meist nur am Kopf- und Seitensteg wasserrandig, letzte ca. 40 Bl. oben wasserrandig, oben (vergleichsweise) knapp beschnitten, oft etw. stock- u. fingerfleckig (meist an den Stegen), letzte Lage aus zwei Fäden gelöst allg. gutes Ex. Francesco Del Bailo (ca.1484-1556), ital. Kalligraf, Lexikograf und Grammatiker, entstammte dem niederen Adel der Stadt Ferrara. Mütterlicherseits war er verwandt mit dem Dichter und Juristen Giovanni Ronchegallo Ghioldi, der auf seine intellektuelle Entwicklung Einfluss nahm und dem er sein erstes Buch Osservazioni sopra il Petrarca widmete. Er legte sich den Namen Alunno (lateinisch: "musarum alumnus" = "Musenschüler", "Musensohn") zu. Möglicherweise wurde er zum Priester geweiht, doch zeigte er nie besonderes Interesse für religiöse Fragen.[1]Alunno lehrte in Udine, wo er mit Niccolò Liburnio in Kontakt kam, und ab 1532 in Venedig als Meister der Kalligrafie. Seine kalligrafischen Werke wurden zu seiner Zeit hochgeschätzt.[2]Aus einem Brief des Grammatikers Girolamo Ruscelli geht hervor, dass Alunno, Ludovico Dolce, Ruscelli und Pietro Aretino in Venedig eine Art literarisch-verlegerische Gemeinschaft bildeten. Alunnos zweites gedruckte Werk Ricchezze della lingua volgare sop … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2017-02-09 22:30:37
Johannes [Johannes (Rumsich) von Freiburg],
Ulm, Konrad Dinckmut 12. November 1484. Klein Folio (ca. 27 x 19,5 cm). 198 Bl. (statt 200 ohne die weißen Blätter am Beginn und am Ende: 13 nicht num., 185 num.). Gotische Type, 35 Zeilen. Mit zahlreichen teils figürlichen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Zeitgenössisches blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder über Holzdeckeln mit Messingschliessen. Einband sorgfältig restauriert, Bezug stellenweise hinterlegt, Vorsätze erneuert, Schliessen wohl von einem anderen Exemplar ergänzt. Durchgehend im Oberrand braunfleckig nach Feuchtigkeitseinwirkung, stellenweise auch weitere Papierpartien betroffen. Die ersten Bl. und das letzte wegen Ausdünnung alt im Rand hinterlegt. Das erste Registerblatt mit zeitgenössischem Titeleintrag und Anmerkung zum Übersetzer. Das erste Textblatt mit Besitzeintrag "Liber Georgij Reysing 1512", dort im Fußsteg "Jesum Cristum Aamen". Dies abgewandelt zu "Jesus Cristus Aamen" auf Bl. CXXX recto. GW M13606. ISTC ij00321000. Goff J-321. Pr 2564. BMC II 534. BSB-Ink I-570. Fehler in der Foliierung: "Das. cv. blat" (statt cij., wie in Heidelberg und München), ebenso "Das xxxiii blat" (statt cxxxiii). Seltene Inkunabel, weltweit in ca. 30 vollständigen Exemplaren nachgewiesen. GW meldet eine Gesamtüberlieferung von 42, wovon allerdings 3 lediglich Einzelblattnachweise sind und 9 inkomplett (fehlen nur weiße Blätter, wie hier, wurden die Ex. als komplett gezählt). Johannes von Freiburg, Dominikanertheologe und Kanonist, geboren in der 2. Hälfte des 13. Jahrhundert in Haslach (Kinzigtal), gestorben am 10.3.1314 in Freiburg im Breisgau „war Schüler Ulrichs von Straßburg. In Fre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
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2016-12-18 15:37:02
Zinn, Johann Gottlieb
Mit 7 gefalteten (5 kolor.) Kupfertafeln v. J. P. Kaltenhofer. 8 Bll., 272 S. HPrgt. d. Zt. 4. 23 x 20 cm. Hirsch-H. VI 375 Osler 4298 Garrison-M. 1484 Heirs of Hippocrates 2/607 Waller 10493. - Erste Ausgabe. - " ... das erste vollständige Werk über die Anatomie des Auges in der Welt-Literatur" (Hirschberg). Zinn hat seinen Namen für alle Zeiten unsterblich gemacht: "... he was the first adequately to describe the zonule of Zinn and the annulus of Zinn" (Garrison-M.). - "Zinn hat seinen Namen für alle Zeit unsterblich gemacht durch sein Werk: Descriptio anatomica oculi humani" (H./H.). - "This landmark work on the anatomy of the eye was the first complete work in the worlds literature on this subject... The illustrations in this work, engraved by Joel Paul Kaltenhofer, mark a new plateau in the graphic representation of the eye" (Becker 426). - Aus der Bibliothek des bedeutenden Ophtalmologen Carl Wilhelm von Zehender (1819-1916). Dessen Stempel auf Titel, Widmungsblatt, S. 272 und Rückseite von Taf. 1. Taf. 5 etwas knitterig. Etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2016-12-16 15:41:32
Pastor, Ludwig Freiherr von
8, je ca 500 S., Kart. goldgeprägt, rundum marmorierter Schnitt., Unterschiedlich beschienen (2 Bde. mit leichtem Wasserrand über etwa 25 Blatt) ansonsten tadell. Mischauflagen: 1. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance bis zur Wahl Pius' II., Martin V., Eugen IV., Nikolaus V., Kalixtus III. 2. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance von der Thronbesteigung Pius' II. bis zum Tode Sixtus' 3./I. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance von der Wahl Innozenz' VIII. bis zum Tode Julius' II. 1484-1513, 1. Abteilung: Innozenz VIII. und Alexander VI. 3./II.Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance von der Wahl Innozenz' VIII. bis zum Tode Julius' II. 1484-1513, 2. Abteilung: Pius III. und Julius II. 4/I. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance und der Glaubensspaltung von der Wahl Leos X. bis zum Tode Klemens' VII. (1513-1534), 1. Abteilung: Leo X. /II.Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der Renaissance und der Glaubensspaltung von der Wahl Leos X. bis zum Tode Klemems' VII. (1513-1534), 2. Abteilung: Adrian VI. und Klemens VII. 5. Bd.: Geschichte Papst Pauls III. (1534-1549) 6.Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der katholischen Reformation und Restauration Julius III., Marcellus II. und Paul IV. (1550-1559) 7. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der katholischen Reformation und Restauration Pius IV. (1559-1565) 8. Bd.: Geschichte der Päpste im Zeitalter der katholischen Reformation und Restauration Pius V. (1566-1572) 9. Bd: Zeitalter Reformation und Restauration, Gregor XIII. (1572-1585) … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2016-12-14 19:35:56
Deutsch, Niklaus Manuel
35 x 45 cm, lithogr. Orig.-Deckel, lithogr. Titelbaltt, 1 Bl. lithogr. Künstlerportrait, 2 Bl. Vorbericht, Erläuterungen, 1 lithogr. Bl. (Verse zu den Tafeln), 24 Taf. m Umrisslithographien, Lose Blatt in neuer Mappe, Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, einige Blätter mit kleinen Randläsuren, schönes Exemplar. Sehr seltene Folge des berühmten Berner Totentanzes des Niklaus Manuel Deutsch (ca. 1484-1530). Die Umfassungsmauer mit den Fresken um das ehm. Dominikaner-Kloster (heute Französischen Kirche) wurden bereits 1660 abgerissen. Die Gouachen des Malers Albrecht Kauw (1616- 1681), schuf um 1649 die Goauchen nach dem Original. Diese sind im Historischen Museum Bern beeindruckend inszeniert. Der Maler Wilhelm Stettler (ca.1643-1708) kopierte in kleinerem Format die Bilder von Kauw. Nach diesen hat Sigmund Wagner (1759-1835) die Lithographien hergestellt.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2016-12-12 16:44:00
Boccaccio, Giovanni - Francesco Alunno [d. i. Francesco del Bailo]
8, Titelbl. m. Vignette in Holzschnitt (Porträt von Francesco Alunno), 5 Bl. Zueignung u. Inhaltsübersicht, 264 Bl., Initialen in Holzschnitt, Neueres Priv.-HLdr. m. 4 Zierbünden, rotem Rückenschild, Rundum-Rotschnitt, Rücken tlw. fleckig, Kanten berieben, Einträge von alter Hand auf fleckiger Vakatseite nach Vorsatz sowie auf den Stegen des Titelblatts, erste ca. 25 Bl. meist nur am Kopf- und Seitensteg wasserrandig, letzte ca. 40 Bl. oben wasserrandig, oben (vergleichsweise) knapp beschnitten, oft etw. stock- u. fingerfleckig (meist an den Stegen), letzte Lage aus zwei Fäden gelöst allg. gutes Ex. Francesco Del Bailo (ca.1484-1556), ital. Kalligraf, Lexikograf und Grammatiker, entstammte dem niederen Adel der Stadt Ferrara. Mütterlicherseits war er verwandt mit dem Dichter und Juristen Giovanni Ronchegallo Ghioldi, der auf seine intellektuelle Entwicklung Einfluss nahm und dem er sein erstes Buch Osservazioni sopra il Petrarca widmete. Er legte sich den Namen Alunno (lateinisch: "musarum alumnus" = "Musenschüler", "Musensohn") zu. Möglicherweise wurde er zum Priester geweiht, doch zeigte er nie besonderes Interesse für religiöse Fragen.[1]Alunno lehrte in Udine, wo er mit Niccolò Liburnio in Kontakt kam, und ab 1532 in Venedig als Meister der Kalligrafie. Seine kalligrafischen Werke wurden zu seiner Zeit hochgeschätzt.[2]Aus einem Brief des Grammatikers Girolamo Ruscelli geht hervor, dass Alunno, Ludovico Dolce, Ruscelli und Pietro Aretino in Venedig eine Art literarisch-verlegerische Gemeinschaft bildeten. Alunnos zweites gedruckte Werk Ricchezze della lingua volgare sop … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2016-12-09 12:31:14
GILLES DE CORBEIL (or AEGIDIUS CORBOLIENSIS)
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-12-09 12:31:14
GILLES DE CORBEIL (or AEGIDIUS CORBOLIENSIS)
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-10-23 19:12:25
PALUDANUS, Petrus. Pierre de la Palud, Dominican Patriarch of Jerusalem in 1329 (d. 1342).:
(Strasbourg: Printer of the Vitas patrum, 1484). INCUNABULA 1484, text in Latin, folio, mainly bound in eights and sixes, approximately 280 x 195 mm, 11 x 7¾ inches, 350 unnumbered leaves, collation: a8 (-a1, recto title, verso blank), b6, c-i8, k6, l-z8, A-C8, D6, E-P8, Q6, R-X8, Y6 (-Y2), a2r-b6 contains the table, b6v blank, title page and Y2 supplied in facsimile, colophon on Y5v, Y6 blank, one 12-line and numerous 3- and 4-line initial spaces with printed guide letters, text in black letter, printed in two columns, rubricated opening initials in red with penwork infill, some hightlighted in silver, paragraph marks and capital strokes in red, some text letters rubricated, 1 with face drawn in. Bound in full old speckled calf, blind ruled border to covers, raised bands with blind rules to spine, no lettering or label, no pastedowns. Binding worn, slightly scraped and slightly marked, small chip at top of hinges which are just starting to crack at top and bottom, clasps missing, front inner hinge partly cracked, binding tight and firm, endpapers browned, tiny chip to fore-edge of a2 and a3, lower blank corner of a3 expertly repaired, tiny repair to corner of c1, l5 and V4, another to fore-edge of g6, early neat brief Latin note in about 20 margins, occasional small pen stroke, cross or number in the margin, occasional light unobtrusive underlining, very occasional small light stain or spotting to margins, very small chip to fore-edge of K5, small closed tear to margin of C2, F7, L5, P8 and T2, neatly repaired, small ink smudge on text of l5v and v2r, no loss of legibility … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2016-10-23 19:12:25
PALUDANUS, Petrus. Pierre de la Palud, Dominican Patriarch of Jerusalem in 1329 (d. 1342).:
(Strasbourg: Printer of the Vitas patrum, 1484).. INCUNABULA 1484, text in Latin, folio, mainly bound in eights and sixes, approximately 280 x 195 mm, 11 x 7¾ inches, 350 unnumbered leaves, collation: a8 (-a1, recto title, verso blank), b6, c-i8, k6, l-z8, A-C8, D6, E-P8, Q6, R-X8, Y6 (-Y2), a2r-b6 contains the table, b6v blank, title page and Y2 supplied in facsimile, colophon on Y5v, Y6 blank, one 12-line and numerous 3- and 4-line initial spaces with printed guide letters, text in black letter, printed in two columns, rubricated opening initials in red with penwork infill, some hightlighted in silver, paragraph marks and capital strokes in red, some text letters rubricated, 1 with face drawn in.  Bound in full old speckled calf, blind ruled border to covers, raised bands with blind rules to spine, no lettering or label, no pastedowns.  Binding worn, slightly scraped and slightly marked, small chip at top of hinges which are just starting to crack at top and bottom, clasps missing, front inner hinge partly cracked, binding tight and firm, endpapers browned, tiny chip to fore-edge of a2 and a3, lower blank corner of a3 expertly repaired, tiny repair to corner of c1, l5 and V4, another to fore-edge of g6, early neat brief Latin note in about 20 margins, occasional small pen stroke, cross or number in the margin, occasional light unobtrusive underlining, very occasional small light stain or spotting to margins, very small chip to fore-edge of K5, small closed tear to margin of C2, F7, L5, P8 and T2, neatly repaired, small ink smudge on text of l5v and v2r, no loss of legibil … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
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2016-10-18 18:48:09
Martinus Polonus.
1484. Folio (224 x 318 mm). 255 unnumbered ff. (last blank). Gothic type, 2 cols., 46 lines. Rubricated throughout. With title border painted in red and orange, large initial "S" in several colours with pretty flower and tenril designs, red colophone border and numerous red and blue initials. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with 2 metal clasps (wants fittings). Ms. spine label. Probably the editio princeps of this collection of homiletic samples by Martin von Troppau (d. after 22 June 1278), rubricated and with pretty initials throughout. The alleged earlier edition cited by Hain and supposedly printed in Strasbourg in 1480 (H 10853) does not seem to have existed. Martinus Polonus (also known as Martin von Troppau or Martinus Oppaviensis) is regarded as one of the most respected chroniclers of the Middle Ages. - Some 6 ff. remargined at bottom, 2 more leaves show loss to corners. Somewhat browned and brownstained; several contemporary marginalia. Worming to beginning and end (touching text in final third). Binding rubbed and bumped; defect to back cover and numerous wormholes. The pretty Gothic blindstamping shows hunting scenes, floral designs, and the Agnus Dei (not recorded in Schunke, Schwenke collection). Splendid hand-painted armorial bookplate of Wolfgang Crener von Sulzbach (fl. c. 1510), a scholar of canon law; several later ownership entries, stamps, bookplate. Hain 10854. Goff M-329. GW M 21433. ISTC im00329000. Pellechet 7628. IGI 6245. Proctor 591. BMC I, 132. Walsh 221. CIBN M-184. BSB M-238. Wierzbowski III, 2013. Estreicher XXII, 201.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-08-10 22:48:47
Jerome (translator); Johann Herbort (publisher)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-08-10 22:48:47
Jerome (translator); Johann Herbort (publisher)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-08-10 22:48:47
Jerome (translator); Johann Herbort (publisher)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-08-10 22:48:47
Jerome (translator); Johann Herbort (publisher)
Bookseller: Eric Chaim Kline - Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2016-08-10 22:48:47
Jerome (translator); Johann Herbort (publisher)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-08-10 22:48:47
Jerome (translator); Johann Herbort (publisher)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-08-10 22:48:47
Jerome (translator); Johann Herbort (publisher)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-08-10 22:48:47
Jerome (translator); Johann Herbort (publisher)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-08-10 22:48:47
Jerome (translator); Johann Herbort (publisher)
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2016-06-14 10:01:08
Alphonsus (Alfonso) de Soto:
(Rom Stephan Plannck (Planck) bis 1489 Type 1 1484 - Fünf fadengebundene O-Lagen ohne Einband mit den Signaturen A8, B6, C8, D6 und E6 in moderner ganzleinenbezogener Schatulle. (34) unpaginierte Blätter mit dem Wasserzeichen "Waage im Kreis". Erstes und zweites Blatt mit handschriftlichem Eintrag des französischen Bibliophilen Paul Decoux und mit zwei Abdrucken der Papierprägung "Decoux Docteur en Medecine a Treignac (Correze)" jeweils im Rand, 8°. - - - Alfonso de Soto, der Autor dieses Rechtskommentars "Commentarius super Regulis Cacellariae Innocentii VIII" richtet sein Schreiben an den Bischof Ardicino (Ardouin) della Porta dem Jüngeren (1434-1493). Alfonso de Soto wurde in Ciudad Rodrigo geboren, war Schatzmeister der Kirche von Salamanca und lehrte unter Papst Innocent VIII. als Professor in Rom. Das Druckdatum dieses Rechtskommentars lässt sich wie folgt auf die Jahre zwischen 1484 und 1489 eingrenzen: Bischof Ardouin wurde am 9. März 1489 von seinem Onkel Papst Innocent VIII zum Kardinal bestimmt. Da dieser Titel in der Anrede dieses Werkes nicht erwähnt wird, ist anzunehmen, dass der Druck vor 1489 erfolgte und nach 1484, dem Jahr der Wahl des Papstes VIII. Der Titel des Rechtskommentars hat den Psalm 103 (104), Vers 25 "Mare magnum et spaciosum" zur Grundlage. Die übertragene Bedeutung des Verses nimmt an, dass nur die Schiffe der Kirche sicher über das Meer dieser Welt fahren, weil Christus am Holz des Kreuzes ihr Steuermann ist. Rar!
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2016-05-23 11:49:25
(PSALTER)
[Nuremberg: Friedrich Creussner, not after, 1484]. n. This is a copy of the Psalms with obvious sources of pleasure resident in its memorable illumination, distinguished provenance, and impressive 15th century binding--including even the recycled papal document used as part of its inner construction. Featuring various colors and fanciful marginal extenders, the capitals here are richly painted, dramatized by the application of glittering gold, and allowed to extravagate comfortably within wide margins. The binding is of such an animated design and is so well preserved, with all its hardware intact, that we can forgive its being a remboîtage, something suggested by the slightly unnatural swell of the spine and the more than usually ample size of the square (that portion of the boards that extends beyond the book block at the top, bottom, and fore edges). We suggest Bamberg as the origin of the binding because two of its stamps appear to be exact matches for ones Schunke attributes to Bamberg binderies (the phoenix stamp is #82 on p. 4 and the rosette #265 on p. 260). Although the large initial letter is cropped, the papal bull is a visually very pleasing addition to the volume. In the document, a canonry in the collegiate church of St. John, close by the cathedral of Regensburg, is conferred on Johann Pomez. The addressees of the bull--the bishop of Regensburg, the abbot of Prüfening, and the dean of the Alte Kapelle--are mandated by the pope to insure that Pomez receive the various perquisites of his canonry, in particular a prebend and associated benefice to provide reve … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2015-12-11 22:15:26
Johannes de Bromyard:
Basel Johann Amerbach (nicht nach ) (Typen 1 3), 1484. Zweispaltiges, 53-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt (26 x 36,5 cm) mit Marginalien und einer 11-zeiligen, kolorierten Initiale mit Randausläufern auf festem Papier, oberer Rand und Ecke etwas wasserfleckig und schwach. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Hervorragend erhaltene Farbinitiale in rot-braun-rosa-Tönen mit grüner und blauer Akzentsetzung. Little is known of his life. Two dates can be cited: in 1326, he was granted a license to hear confessions in the diocese of Hereford, and in 1352, that license was granted to another Dominican, presumably after Bromyard's death. There is evidence in his works that he had served in the diocese of Llandaff in South Wales, and he shows familiarity with customs and circumstances in France and Italy. But because the Dominicans were an international order with lively internal communication, this cannot be taken as proof that he had travelled abroad. He was evidently trained in canon law, perhaps at Oxford. He spent most of his career at the newly-founded Dominican priory at Hereford. The Dominicans had been fighting for a foothold here for eighty years against the resistance of the Dean and Chapter, before they were finally established under the patronage of Edward II in 1322. Bromyard must therefore have been among the first friars to join the fledgeling priory. Das Leben von Johannes de Bromyard ist weitgehend unbekannt. Lediglich zwei Lebensdaten sind bekannt:1326 erhielt er eine Genehmigung zur Abnahme der Beichte in Hereford und 1352 war er wohl bereits tot, da diese Genehmung ein … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2015-10-06 03:23:15
Martinus Polonus.
Strasbourg, [Georg Husner], 1484. Folio (224 x 318 mm). 255 unnumbered ff. (last blank). Gothic type, 2 cols., 46 lines. Rubricated throughout. With title border painted in red and orange, large initial "S" in several colours with pretty flower and tenril designs, red colophone border and numerous red and blue initials. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with 2 metal clasps (wants fittings). Ms. spine label. Probably the editio princeps of this collection of homiletic samples by Martin von Troppau (d. after 22 June 1278), rubricated and with pretty initials throughout. The alleged earlier edition cited by Hain and supposedly printed in Strasbourg in 1480 (H 10853) does not seem to have existed. Martinus Polonus (also known as Martin von Troppau or Martinus Oppaviensis) is regarded as one of the most respected chroniclers of the Middle Ages. - Some 6 ff. remargined at bottom, 2 more leaves show loss to corners. Somewhat browned and brownstained; several contemporary marginalia. Worming to beginning and end (touching text in final third). Binding rubbed and bumped; defect to back cover and numerous wormholes. The pretty Gothic blindstamping shows hunting scenes, floral designs, and the Agnus Dei (not recorded in Schunke, Schwenke collection). Splendid hand-painted armorial bookplate of Wolfgang Crener von Sulzbach (fl. c. 1510), a scholar of canon law; several later ownership entries, stamps, bookplate. Hain 10854. Goff M-329. GW M 21433. ISTC im00329000. Pellechet 7628. IGI 6245. Proctor 591. BMC I, 132. Walsh 221. CIBN M-184. BSB M-238. Wierzbowski III, 2013. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-10-06 03:23:15
Martinus Polonus.
Strasbourg, [Georg Husner], 1484. Folio (224 x 318 mm). 255 unnumbered ff. (last blank). Gothic type, 2 cols., 46 lines. Rubricated throughout. With title border painted in red and orange, large initial "S" in several colours with pretty flower and tenril designs, red colophone border and numerous red and blue initials. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with 2 metal clasps (wants fittings). Ms. spine label. Probably the editio princeps of this collection of homiletic samples by Martin von Troppau (d. after 22 June 1278), rubricated and with pretty initials throughout. The alleged earlier edition cited by Hain and supposedly printed in Strasbourg in 1480 (H 10853) does not seem to have existed. Martinus Polonus (also known as Martin von Troppau or Martinus Oppaviensis) is regarded as one of the most respected chroniclers of the Middle Ages. - Some 6 ff. remargined at bottom, 2 more leaves show loss to corners. Somewhat browned and brownstained; several contemporary marginalia. Worming to beginning and end (touching text in final third). Binding rubbed and bumped; defect to back cover and numerous wormholes. The pretty Gothic blindstamping shows hunting scenes, floral designs, and the Agnus Dei (not recorded in Schunke, Schwenke collection). Splendid hand-painted armorial bookplate of Wolfgang Crener von Sulzbach (fl. c. 1510), a scholar of canon law; several later ownership entries, stamps, bookplate. Hain 10854. Goff M-329. GW M 21433. ISTC im00329000. Pellechet 7628. IGI 6245. Proctor 591. BMC I, 132. Walsh 221. CIBN M-184. BSB M-238. Wierzbowski III, 2013. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-10-06 03:23:15
Martinus Polonus.
Strasbourg, [Georg Husner], 1484. Folio (224 x 318 mm). 255 unnumbered ff. (last blank). Gothic type, 2 cols., 46 lines. Rubricated throughout. With title border painted in red and orange, large initial "S" in several colours with pretty flower and tenril designs, red colophone border and numerous red and blue initials. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with 2 metal clasps (wants fittings). Ms. spine label. Probably the editio princeps of this collection of homiletic samples by Martin von Troppau (d. after 22 June 1278), rubricated and with pretty initials throughout. The alleged earlier edition cited by Hain and supposedly printed in Strasbourg in 1480 (H 10853) does not seem to have existed. Martinus Polonus (also known as Martin von Troppau or Martinus Oppaviensis) is regarded as one of the most respected chroniclers of the Middle Ages. - Some 6 ff. remargined at bottom, 2 more leaves show loss to corners. Somewhat browned and brownstained; several contemporary marginalia. Worming to beginning and end (touching text in final third). Binding rubbed and bumped; defect to back cover and numerous wormholes. The pretty Gothic blindstamping shows hunting scenes, floral designs, and the Agnus Dei (not recorded in Schunke, Schwenke collection). Splendid hand-painted armorial bookplate of Wolfgang Crener von Sulzbach (fl. c. 1510), a scholar of canon law; several later ownership entries, stamps, bookplate. Hain 10854. Goff M-329. GW M 21433. ISTC im00329000. Pellechet 7628. IGI 6245. Proctor 591. BMC I, 132. Walsh 221. CIBN M-184. BSB M-238. Wierzbowski III, 2013. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-10-06 03:23:15
Martinus Polonus.
Strasbourg, [Georg Husner], 1484. Folio (224 x 318 mm). 255 unnumbered ff. (last blank). Gothic type, 2 cols., 46 lines. Rubricated throughout. With title border painted in red and orange, large initial "S" in several colours with pretty flower and tenril designs, red colophone border and numerous red and blue initials. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with 2 metal clasps (wants fittings). Ms. spine label. Probably the editio princeps of this collection of homiletic samples by Martin von Troppau (d. after 22 June 1278), rubricated and with pretty initials throughout. The alleged earlier edition cited by Hain and supposedly printed in Strasbourg in 1480 (H 10853) does not seem to have existed. Martinus Polonus (also known as Martin von Troppau or Martinus Oppaviensis) is regarded as one of the most respected chroniclers of the Middle Ages. - Some 6 ff. remargined at bottom, 2 more leaves show loss to corners. Somewhat browned and brownstained; several contemporary marginalia. Worming to beginning and end (touching text in final third). Binding rubbed and bumped; defect to back cover and numerous wormholes. The pretty Gothic blindstamping shows hunting scenes, floral designs, and the Agnus Dei (not recorded in Schunke, Schwenke collection). Splendid hand-painted armorial bookplate of Wolfgang Crener von Sulzbach (fl. c. 1510), a scholar of canon law; several later ownership entries, stamps, bookplate. Hain 10854. Goff M-329. GW M 21433. ISTC im00329000. Pellechet 7628. IGI 6245. Proctor 591. BMC I, 132. Walsh 221. CIBN M-184. BSB M-238. Wierzbowski III, 2013. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-10-06 03:23:15
Martinus Polonus.
Strasbourg, [Georg Husner], 1484. Folio (224 x 318 mm). 255 unnumbered ff. (last blank). Gothic type, 2 cols., 46 lines. Rubricated throughout. With title border painted in red and orange, large initial "S" in several colours with pretty flower and tenril designs, red colophone border and numerous red and blue initials. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with 2 metal clasps (wants fittings). Ms. spine label. Probably the editio princeps of this collection of homiletic samples by Martin von Troppau (d. after 22 June 1278), rubricated and with pretty initials throughout. The alleged earlier edition cited by Hain and supposedly printed in Strasbourg in 1480 (H 10853) does not seem to have existed. Martinus Polonus (also known as Martin von Troppau or Martinus Oppaviensis) is regarded as one of the most respected chroniclers of the Middle Ages. - Some 6 ff. remargined at bottom, 2 more leaves show loss to corners. Somewhat browned and brownstained; several contemporary marginalia. Worming to beginning and end (touching text in final third). Binding rubbed and bumped; defect to back cover and numerous wormholes. The pretty Gothic blindstamping shows hunting scenes, floral designs, and the Agnus Dei (not recorded in Schunke, Schwenke collection). Splendid hand-painted armorial bookplate of Wolfgang Crener von Sulzbach (fl. c. 1510), a scholar of canon law; several later ownership entries, stamps, bookplate. Hain 10854. Goff M-329. GW M 21433. ISTC im00329000. Pellechet 7628. IGI 6245. Proctor 591. BMC I, 132. Walsh 221. CIBN M-184. BSB M-238. Wierzbowski III, 2013. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-06-12 14:24:06
Dante Alighieri ( Commento di Landino)
Scoto ottaviano 1484 ['400 incunabolo - Dante](cm. 28) Bella legatura del XIX secolo, realizzata con foglio di antifonario manoscritto rosso e seppia del XVI secolo. - cc. 261 (di 270) carattere romano, 64 linee, testo racchiuso dal commento, molti capolettera decorati a fondo nero. Seconda edizione col commento del Landino e una delle più belle come impressionee per la carta usata fra tutte le edizioni dantesche del '400.La prima del Landino apparve a Firenze nel 1481 per Niccolò della Magna. Purtroppo esemplare molto rifilato che intacca i titoli in alto e a volte il margine laterale. Qualche ombreggiatura e lievi macchiette. Macchia di inchiostro con foro a carta B2. Ciononostante esemplare genuino e di grande fascino per la stampa e la carta pesante utilizzata.. Mancano 9 carte: a1, 2, 9, 10; b1,8; k2,5,6.* Main C. 5947; *IGI 361; *GW 7967; * Mambelli 11; *Zambrini317; * De Batines I p. 47; *Pellechet 4515; * Proctor 4581; *Rosenthal "incunabula" Monaco 1900, cat. 24 n°521. Libro
Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari Francesco&Claudia
2014-09-12 12:56:09
Justinian I; Accorso, Francisco
1484 - Handsomely Decorated 1484 Venetian Imprint of the Institutes with Accorso's Gloss [Justinian I, Emperor of the East (483-565 CE)]. [Accorso, Francisco (Accursius) (c.1182-c.1260), Glossator]. [Institutiones]. [Venice: Andreas de Soziis, 1484]. Collation: a-c8, d-l6. [72] ff. Complete. Text in parallel columns. Main text surrounded by linear gloss. Folio (16-1/2" x 11"). Contemporary blind-tooled calf over plain wooden boards, bronze clasps, calfskin latches lacking. Some wear to spine ends, a scattering of tiny (and negligible) worm holes, "INSTIVTIONVN IVSTIN: IMP" in somewhat later hand to head of front board, front pastedown lacking, rear pastedown loose, leaf a8 partially detached and lightly edgeworn. Printed throughout in red and black in 73-line rounded Gothic type, initial spaces rubricated throughout in red and blue, numerous initials with trailing marginal extensions, first text leaf elaborately decorated in blue, red, pink and brown ink with birds of prey, insects, and the faces of dogs and men, about a dozen other initials incorporate features of birds, men and dogs. Light toning, dampstaining to foot of text block (touching up to five lines of text), a few minor worm holes to bottom margin. Recent annotations, early annotations and some bookplate residue to front free endpaper, other early annotations to upper margins of some leaves. A nice copy with remarkable penwork. * With the Glossa Ordinaria of Accursius. Along with the Digest, Code and Novels, the Institutes is one of the writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis. Intended for studen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB
2014-07-15 01:47:43
PALUDANUS, Petrus. Pierre de la Palud, Dominican Patriarch of Jerusalem in 1329 (d. 1342).:
(Strasbourg: Printer of the Vitas patrum, 1484).Early edition 1484, text in Latin, folio, mainly bound in eights and sixes, approximately 280 x 195 mm, 11 x 7¾ inches, 350 unnumbered leaves, collation: a8 ( - a1, recto title, verso blank), b6, c - i8, k6, l - z8, A - C8, D6, E - P8, Q6, R - X8, Y6 ( - Y2), a2r - b6 contains the table, b6v blank, title page and Y2 supplied in facsimile, colophon on Y5v, Y6 blank, one 12 - line and numerous 3 - and 4 - line initial spaces with printed guide letters, text in black letter, printed in two columns, rubricated opening initials in red with penwork infill, some hightlighted in silver, paragraph marks and capital strokes in red, some text letters rubricated, 1 with face drawn in. Bound in full old speckled calf, blind ruled border to covers, raised bands with blind rules to spine, no lettering or label, no pastedowns. Binding worn, slightly scraped and slightly marked, small chip at top of hinges which are just starting to crack at top and bottom, clasps missing, front inner hinge partly cracked, binding tight and firm, endpapers browned, tiny chip to fore - edge of a2 and a3, lower blank corner of a3 expertly repaired, tiny repair to corner of c1, l5 and V4, another to fore - edge of g6, early neat brief Latin note in about 20 margins, occasional small pen stroke, cross or number in the margin, occasional light unobtrusive underlining, very occasional small light stain or spotting to margins, very small chip to fore - edge of K5, small closed tear to margin of C2, F7, L5, P8 and T2, neatly repaired, small ink smudge on text of l5v a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-05-21 17:34:55
ROLEWINCK, Werner.
Venice: Ernard Ratdolt, 1484. Venice: Ernard Ratdolt,, 1484. Super-chancery folio (310 x 217 mm). 66 numbered leaves, 8 unnumbered leaves. Nineteenth-century half calf, marbled boards, spine lettered in manuscript. Genealogical diagrams with woodcut or metal cut roundels, white-on-black woodcut ornamental initials, and white-on-black woodcuts are interspersed throughout the text, some with contemporary [?] hand colouring in green, red and yellow inks. Damage to lower portion of spine, boards worn, minor repairs to first leaf and to eighteenth leaf, 4 wormholes touching a few single letters in the first 24 leaves, a stain to twelfth through fourteenth leaves, some browning, light foxing throughout. A very good copy. Fourth Venetian edition, and third Ratdolt edition. Rolewinck's chronological history of the world, richly illustrated with woodcut illustrations and diagrams, was famous for its complex page design and complex typographical layout, with the chronology following a double timeline - measuring from both the Creation and the birth of Christ. Rolewinck (1425-1502) was a Carthusian monk and prolific author. This book was both the most popular of his numerous writings and the most popular concise world chronicle of its time, being printed 32 times in the 15th century, including translations into French, German and Dutch.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2014-05-21 17:34:55
ROLEWINCK, Werner
Venice: Ernard Ratdolt,, 1484. [Super-chancery] folio (310 × 217 mm). 66 numbered leaves, 8 unnumbered leaves. Cream calf spine and tips, marbled boards, spine lettered in manuscript. Genealogical diagrams with woodcut or metal cut roundels, white-on-black woodcut ornamental initials, and white-on-black woodcuts are interspersed throughout the text, some with contemporary [?] hand colouring in green, red and yellow inks. Damage to lower portion of spine, boards worn, minor repairs to first leaf and to eighteenth leaf, 4 wormholes touching a few single letters in the first 24 leaves, a stain to twelfth through fourteenth leaves, some browning, light foxing throughout. A very good copy. Fourth Venetian edition, and third Ratdolt edition. Rolewinck's chronological history of the world, richly illustrated with woodcut illustrations and diagrams, was famous for its complex page design and complex typographical layout, with the chronology following a double timeline - measuring from both the Creation and the birth of Christ. Rolewinck (1425-1502) was a Carthusian monk and prolific author. This book was both the most popular of his numerous writings and the most popular concise world chronicle of its time, being printed 32 times in the 15th century, including translations into French, German and Dutch.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2014-05-21 17:34:55
ROLEWINCK, Werner.
Venice: Ernard Ratdolt, 1484. Venice: Ernard Ratdolt,, 1484. [Super-chancery] folio (310 × 217 mm). 66 numbered leaves, 8 unnumbered leaves. Cream calf spine and tips, marbled boards, spine lettered in manuscript. Genealogical diagrams with woodcut or metal cut roundels, white-on-black woodcut ornamental initials, and white-on-black woodcuts are interspersed throughout the text, some with contemporary [?] hand colouring in green, red and yellow inks. Damage to lower portion of spine, boards worn, minor repairs to first leaf and to eighteenth leaf, 4 wormholes touching a few single letters in the first 24 leaves, a stain to twelfth through fourteenth leaves, some browning, light foxing throughout. A very good copy. Fourth Venetian edition, and third Ratdolt edition. Rolewinck's chronological history of the world, richly illustrated with woodcut illustrations and diagrams, was famous for its complex page design and complex typographical layout, with the chronology following a double timeline - measuring from both the Creation and the birth of Christ. Rolewinck (1425-1502) was a Carthusian monk and prolific author. This book was both the most popular of his numerous writings and the most popular concise world chronicle of its time, being printed 32 times in the 15th century, including translations into French, German and Dutch.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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