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2019-07-03 16:34:00
Piccolomini Enea Silvio
Nuremberge, Impensis Antonii Koberger, 1486. 4°, mm 220x160, 246 carte, testo in gotico, 52 linee per pagina, esemplare con spazi bianchi per capilettera, carte fresche, leggero alone alle ultime 35 carte, prime 35 carte con due minuscoli fori di tarlo, leggermente rifilato al taglio superiore. Nel complesso ottimo stato di conservazione. Rilegatura settecentesca in mezza pelle con angoli, titolo in oro su tassello al dorso, tagli spruzzati. Le prime 8 carte sono di indice. L'opera contiene, l'epistolario di Enea Silvio Piccolomini, con una prefazione di Nicolaus von Wyle, umanista tedesco traduttore di molti classici. Il volume contiene anche altre celebri opere del Piccolomini: De duobus amantibus Euryalo et Lucretia; Descriptio urbis Viennensis; De curialium miseria.  Presenti anche l'opera di Poggio Fiorentino, Epistola de balneis; Epistola de morte Hieronymi Pragensis e il De duobus amantibus Guiscardo et Sigismunda che è una versione latina del Boccaccio, per mano dell'umanista Leonardo Bruni. (Haym, 154; BMC 430; ISTC: ip00719000;). . [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Spalavera [Verbania, Italy]
2019-04-15 03:00:34
Duranti, Guillelmus [or Durandus, William, or Durand, Guillaume].
Strassburg: [Johann Pruss], 1486. Guillelmus Duranti (ca. 1237-1296) was a "canonist and one of the most important medieval liturgical writers." He studied at Bologna under Bernard of Parma and then taught at Modena. He spent most of his life in the service of the Pope. This is his most famous work, first published by Fust and Schoeffer at Mainz in 1459. It was reprinted at least forty times before 1500. Its eight books contain a detailed account of the laws, ceremonies, customs, and mystical interpretation of the Roman Rite. Book I treats of [religious art and architecture:] the church, altar, pictures, bells, churchyard, etc.; II of the ministers; III of vestments; IV of the Mass; V of the canonical hours; VI of the Proprium Temporis; VII of the Proprium Sanctorum; and VIII of the astronomical calendar, manner of finding Easter, Epacts, etc. [The] Rationale is the most complete medieval treatise of its kind; it is still the standard authority for the ritual of the thirteenth century and for the symbolism of rites and vestments" (Catholic Encyclopedia). Folio. 3], 272, [1[ ff. Complete with the final black. Text in double columns, Gothic type. Rubricated throughout, including a 6-line initial letter with a page long flourish on a4 (folio 1). Contemporary blindtooled pigskin over oak boards. Binding a bit soiled, spine with old white paint. Lacking fore-edge ties. Two line title with old inscriptions of a Salzburg cloister, The Convent of St. Peter, and of "Domus S. Missionis Benedictinae Schwarzachii." GTwo leaves with a few lines inked out (censored) on folio 245 and 249. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A. [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-02-21 21:33:36
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius; Johannes SCHNITZER OF ARMSZHEIM
Johan Reger for Justus de Albano, 1486]., [Ulm. An unusually beautiful example of Reger's re-issue of the Ulm Ptolemy Double-page woodcut map of the world, with very fine contemporary hand-colour in full. The second printing of Johannes Schnitzer of Armszheim's map of the world. First issued by Holl of Ulm in 1482, and showing Greenland and Scandinavia in a Ptolemaic map for the first time. Unfortunately, the exorbitant cost of publishing such a lavish book resulted in Holl's bankruptcy, and Roger Reger taking on the production in the same city with an edition of "about a thousand copies" (Campbell). Remarkably, about 120 examples of the two editions survive intact today. For the 1482 edition, Holl ordered his paper stock from Italy, and used expensive lapis for the blue of his oceans. In this later edition Reger has economised where he could, and the colouring is generally less extravegant. After more than 500 years, what was once presumably a purple wash in the oceans and seas, has faded to a muddy brown, as is typical of nearly all examples of the 1486 edition. The present example is, therefore, noteworthy for its fine colouring, especially the painterly treatment of the cloud formations surrounding the known world. Campbell 179; Shirley 10.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-15 00:31:39
LYRA, Nicolaus de
Nürnberg: Koberger, Anton, 1486-1487, 1497. 1486 Anton Koberger INCUNABULA Holy Bible Nuremberg Illustrated Lyra CommentaryFAMOUS BIBLE / Entirely COMPLETE / EXQUISITEAn exceedingly rare, COMPLETE collection of 4 volumes of the famous 15th-century Koberger Bible. This Greek and Latin Bible includes commentary of Nicolas de Lyra, a 13th-century doctor of theology at Paris, and, according to Darlow and Moule,"[Lyra] may be said to mark the first beginnings of a school of natural exegesis."Lyra was the first printed biblical commentator and commentary was used by Martin Luther and influenced some of his writings. In fact, Luther is quoted as saying"Without Lyra we would understand neither the Old or the New Testament.Lyra's influence was most important to the future of Bible commentary, as he took literal meanings of the text rather than inferring mystical or allegorical teachings. Anton Koberger, most-known for his monumental work "Nuremberg Chronicle," printed this illustrated Bible set. He established the first printing press in Nuremberg in 1470 and went on to publish some of the most important printed works from the 15th-century. This collection includes uniformly bound tomes including one tome from the 1497 issue.One of the Frankfurt copies, part I only, made up with parts II-IV of the 1485 Koberger edition, was bought in 1486; the work must have been put in hand soon after the earlier edition (Ohly-Sack 561).Item number: #926Price: $75,000cBiblia latina : cum postillis Nicolai de Lyra et expositionibus Guillelmi Britonis in omnes prologos S. Hieronymi et additionibus Pa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-01-31 14:56:48
Voragine, Jacobus de; (and various authors)
Strassburg: Printer of the 1483 Jordanus de Quedlinburg (perhaps associated with Georg Husner), 1486. Strassburg: Printer of the 1483 Jordanus de Quedlinburg (perhaps associated with Georg Husner), 1486. Folio (296 x 205 mm), with 263 of 264 leaves, lacking just the final blank. Manuscript index at the end. Gothic type in double columns, forty-seven lines plus headline. Initials supplied in red throughout. Bound in a contemporary Cambridge binding of blindstamped calf over wooden boards, by the binder W.G. Three of the present tools are reproduced in J. B. Oldham, English Blind-Stamped Bindings (Cambridge 1932), Plate X, pgs 23-25. Intersecting triple fillets dividing the covers, the center panel diapered, border of repeated foliate tool, the compartments containing flower, fleuron, rosette and fleur-de-lis tools, gilt lettering piece on the spine from a later date. Lacking clasps. Joints and spine ends repaired, later end papers. Paper flaw in the lower margin of F5, not affecting text. A few additional minor paper flaws, a handful of early ink marginalia. An excellent copy overall. From the library of Abel E. Berland, with his bookplate. Housed in a custom quarter-leather clamshell case. The "Golden Legend" was extremely popular in the late Middle Ages, not only on the Continent but also in Britain. Caxton printed an illustrated edition of his own translation in 1483, later reprinted by Wynkyn de Worde. But, the English had to turn to copies printed abroad for the original Latin texts; as a result a number of Continental editions with early English provenances are reco … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books, Inc. -- ABAA, ILAB [Pasadena, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-01-31 13:15:25
Aquinas, St. Thomas
Venice: Bernardinus Stagninus de Tridino, 1486. Fifth edition. Folio (309 x 214 mm). Collates: a2-p8, q-r6, aa-mm8, [2 leaves]: 229 of 230 leaves, complete but for the initial blank. Gothic type in double columns, seventy lines plus headline, capital spaces with guide letters. Two leaves in the final signature rubicated in red. Bound in contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with two clasps, paper spine label. Binding holding well, but soiled and with many small wormholes. Tear to leaf ee2 neatly repaired. A few leaves with light marginal damstaining, a few pinpoint wormholes throughout, otherwise a clean and well-margined copy. A few leaves with contemporary marginal annotations. Housed in a custom clamshell case. The third and last part of Aquinas' great theological synthesis. The work remained unfinished and was added with the 'Supplementum' by his companion and friend Reginald de Privorno. This edition is a reprint of J. Manthen's 1478 edition, the first to contain the 'Supplementum'. According to BMC, the type of the present edition appears in no others. The founder of Thomist philosophy, Aquinas used his writings, "particularly the Summa Theologiae and the Summa Contra Gentiles to synthesize reason and faith, philosophy and theology, university and monastery, and activity and contemplation. In his writings, however, faith and theology ultimately took precedence over reason and philosophy because the former were presumed to give access to the real" (Britannica). Aquinas' attempts to bring reason and faith into dialogue has shaped Catholic thinking in t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2019-01-21 17:13:36
VORAGINE, Jacobus de
Strassburg: Printer of the 1483 Jordanus de Quedlinburg, 1486. The ìGolden Legendî in a Contemporary Binding VORAGINE, Jacobus de. Legenda aurea sanctorum sive Lombardica historia. [Strassburg: Printer of the 1483 Jordanus de Quedlinburg (perhaps associated with Georg Husner)], 19 December 1486]. Folio (11 1/2 x 8 1/2 x inches; 293 x 215 mm.). 265 leaves. Collation: [1], 18 ,26 a-z8.6 ,A-E6.8 ,F-I6.8 ,K-M6 ,N8. Gothic type. Double columns. Forty-seven lines plus headline. Initials supplied in red and blue throughout. Title-page and initial and final blank renewed and laid down. Contemporary binding of blindstamped calf over wooden boards, rebacked with original spine laid down. Original spine chipped along top and bottom edge. Intersecting triple fillets dividing the covers, the center panel stamped in blind with fleur-de-lis and floral stamps. With two brass clasps. Later endpapers. Title-page and initial and final blank renewed and laid down. Paper flaw repaired in the lower margin of leaf 1, not affecting text. A few additional minor marginal tears or paper flaws, not affecting text. Some worming to covers and throughout the leaves, generally marginal, and otherwise only pinhole sized worming in the text. Dampstaining to the inner margins of leaves 13-26, b1-b6, and F5-N7. A few early ink marginalia. From the library of Dr. Detlef Mauss, with his name blindstamped on front free endpaper. Overall an excellent copy. The ìGolden Legendî was extremely popular in the late Middle Ages, not only on the Continent but also in Britain. Caxton printed an illustrated … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, LLC [U.S.A.]
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2019-01-21 06:47:41
KORFU (Corfu / Kerkira) / Ionische Insel:
1486. Holzschnitt v. Erhard Reuwich in Mainz aus Peregrinatio in terram sanctam b. Bernhard von Breidenbach (Breydenbach), 1486, 25,5 x 39,5 Ansicht aus der Reisebeschreibung von Bernhard von Breidenbach "Peregrinatio in Terram Sanctam", erschienen 1486 in Mainz. - Breidenbachs Werk ist das erste illustrierte Reisebuch, das jemals gedruckt wurde, und das früheste gedruckte Werk, das genaue topographische Darstellungen enthält. - Bernhard von Breidenbach war ein wohlhabender Domherr des Mainzer Doms, verfasste das Werk während einer Wallfahrt ins Heilige Land in den Jahren 1483 und 1484. - Erhard Reuwich, ein Künstler aus Utrecht, hat die Ansicht geschnitten. - Sehr seltene Ansicht! Rare incunable town view of Corfu, from von Breydenbach's Peregrinatio in Terram Sanctam, published in Mainz in 1486.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2019-01-21 00:57:46
Pierre de CRESCENS
1486. Pierre de CRESCENS : Opus ruralium commodorum. Strasbourg, Jordarus de Quedlinburg (Georg Husner), 1486. In folio (29 X 21 cm) gothique, reliure du temps en peau de truie peinte couleur cerise sur ais de bois, triple filet à froid formant une large bordure, triple filet à froid format de grands losanges, 12 petits blasons poussés à froid dans les compartiments des 2 plats (devenus illisibles, ils semblent représenter un chat debout de profil gauche ?), dos à 3 nerfs, trace de fermoirs, frottements à la reliure, perte de peau aux angles inférieurs, 148 feuillets non chiffrés, les 6 premiers sans signature puis les 142 suivants signés a2-b-y6-z7. Défauts suivants : Exemplaire incomplet des folios e3 e4 Les premiers et derniers feuillets ont été endommagés par l'humidité Quart inférieur du titre manquant (sans perte de texte) Angle inférieur des 2° et 3° feuillets manquant avec perte de texte, les 4 suivants + le feuillet 5 avec petite perte de texte, mouillure par la suite Atteinte aux 3 derniers feuillets (perte de texte au folio 142, manque au dernier feuillet blanc); restaurations anciennes à l'ensemble de ces feuillets atteints (exception faite du dernier avec la date de l'imprimeur et lieu d'impression) Lettres et majuscules rubriquées, petites majuscules peintes en jaune, quelques annotations en marge. L'ouvrage contient une épître à l'auteur et une approbation de Maître Frère Aymeric de l'ordre des prédicateurs de Bologne (dédié à Charles II d'Anjou, roi de Sicile), religieux que l'auteur remercie d'avoir corrigé et approuvé son oeuvre en l'engageant à l'améliore … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LE PETIT GRIMOIRE Livres Anciens (loudnessfr) [Achun, FR]
2019-01-16 01:35:49
1486. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1486 Anton Koberger Incunabula Sainte Bible Nuremberg Illustrée Lyra Commentaire Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1486 Anton Koberger INCUNABLES Sainte Bible Nuremberg illustrée commentaire de Lyra CÉLÈBRE BIBLE entièrement complète / exquis Une collection extrêmement rare, COMPLETE des 4 volumes de la fameuse 15e-Bible de Koberger siècle. Ce grec et le Latin Bible comprend le commentaire de Nicolas de Lyra, un 13e-Docteur en théologie à Paris et, selon Darlow et Moule, siècle « [Lyra] peut être dit pour marquer les premiers débuts d'une école de l'exégèse naturel. » Lyra a été le premier commentateur biblique imprimé et commentaire a été utilisé par Martin Luther et influencé certains de ses écrits. En fait, Luther est cité comme disant « Sans Lyra nous comprendrions ni l'ancien ou le Nouveau Testament. Influence de Lyra a été plus important pour l'avenir de tous les commentaires, comme il a pris le sens littérales du texte plutôt que de déduire les enseignements mystiques ou allégoriques. Anton Koberger, plus connu pour son œuvre monumentale « Chronique de Nuremberg », imprimé cet ensemble illustré de la Bible. Il établit la première imprimerie à Nuremberg en 1470 et a continué à publier des œuvres imprimées plus importantes du 15e-siècle. Cette collection compren … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-07 07:22:57
ANGELUS CARLETUS, DE CLAVASIO.
Chivasso, Jacobinus Suigus de Suico, 1486. in-4, ff. 375 (su 388, mancano: il primo f. bianco segn. +1, il f. +6 di testo preliminare, lo Z8 bianco e l'ultimo fascicolo di 10 ff. con il Registro dell'opera), leg. coeva p. cuoio decorata con fregi a secco su piatti in assicelle, dorso rifatto nel XVII secolo con tassello granata. Minuto car. gotico su due colonne; f.2r: ''Ep.la F.Hieronymi Tornieli lectoris: Ad R. p.F.Angelum de clauassio pntis operis Auctorem....'', f.7 recto.: ''Incipit summa angelica...'', f. 375 recto, colophon: ''Iacobinus de suigo de sancto Germano ....Impressum hoc opus Clauassi Anno Christiane salutis. M.cccc. octuagesimo sexto tertio idus may. Feliciter impantibus Innocentio octauo pontefice maximo and Karolo ill.mo duce quinto sabaudie pedemontaneque regionis''. Editio Princeps della famosa Summa, opera utilissima per i confessori ed i moralisti, odiata da Lutero e dallo stesso nel 1520 fatta bruciare nella pubblica piazza. Primo e unico libro impresso a Chivasso nel 400; lo stampatore J.Suigo di S.Germano Vercellese, intrusse l'arte della stampa nel suo paese natale nel 1484, quindi a Vercelli nel 1485 ed in Chivasso nel 1486; si trasferì quindi a Torino ove fu attivo per vari anni. Il famoso teologo francescano, beato, nacque l'anno 1411 e morì nel convento di Cuneo nel 1495, ove le sue spoglie sono tuttora conservate e venerate. Importante e raro documento tipografico, pur con le mancanze (dichiarate) e lievi gore d'acqua. (Allegata curiosa lettera del 1904 in cui l'esemplare viene presentato dal Lister, Companion of the Imperial Service Order, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-12-27 01:41:46
Duranti, Guillelmus (Or, Durandus, William)
Strassburg: (Johann Pruss), 1486. Folio. ff. (3), 272, (1). Complete with the final blank. Double column text, Gothic type. Rubricated throughout, including a 6-line initial letter with a page long flourish on a4 (folio I). Original blind tooled pigskin over oak boards, a bit soiled, spine with old white paint. Lacking fore-edge ties. Two line title with old inscriptions of a Salzburg cloister, The Convent of St. Peter, and of "Domus S. Missionis Benedictinae Schwarzachii." 2 leaves with a few lines inked out (censored), on folio 245 and 249. Text with some cont. marginalia in a few places. Very clean text. Guillelmus Duranti, or William Durandus (ca. 1237-1296), "canonist and one of the most important medieval liturgical writers, " studied law at Bologna under Bernard of Parma and then taught it at Modena. He spent most of his life in the service of the Pope. The most famous of his works is the RATIONALE DIVINORUM OFFICIORUM (first published by Fust and Schoeffer at Mainz, 1459, and reprinted at least forty times before 1500). "It was written in 1286. Its eight books contain a detailed account of the laws, ceremonies, customs, and mystical interpretation of the Roman Rite. Book I treats of the church, altar, pictures, bells, churchyard, etc.; Book II of the ministers; Book III of vestments; Book IV of the Mass; Book V of the canonical hours; Book VI of the Proprium Temporis; Book VII of the Proprium Sanctorum; and Book VIII of the astronomical calendar, manner of finding Easter, Epacts, etc. Durandus's 'Rationale' is the most complete Medieval treatise of its kind; it is s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller [U.S.A.]
2018-12-21 07:54:28
Antonius Florentinus
WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE WORKS OF ANTONIUS FLORENTINUS "Summa Theologica" COMPLETE 5 VOLUMES IN FOUR BINDINGS ANNO 1486 & 1487 NUREMBERG, ANTON KOBERGER ONE OF THE MOST MONUMENTAL GOTHIC PRINT PROJECTS ONE OF THE MOST MONUMENTAL GOTHIC PRINT PROJECTS -IN 4 LARGE BINDINGS THE COMPLETE "SUMMA THEOLOGICA" BY ANTONIUS FLORENTINUS ALL 5 PARTS in 4 VOLUMES AUTHOR Antonius Florentinus (1389-1459) TITLE Summa Theologica Complete volumes I-V. Volume V with the Tabula of J. Molitor. PRINTER Anton Koberger , Nuremberg Part I: 17 Juli 1486 Part II: 28 August 1486 Part III: 18 November 1486 Part IV: 12 February 1487 Part V: 23 July 1486 (tabula) DESCRIPTION Fifth Edition of the moral teaching of the important church teacher and later Archbishop of Florence, influenced by the "Summma Theologica" of Thomas Aquinas. Pope Hadrian VI. canonized Anthony Florentinus in 1523. Overall, this issue appeared within four parts and the tab by Johannes Molitoris. These volumes are considered one of the most monumental works by Anton Koberger. Based on the dating of the books will appreciate how much efforts meant such extensive project for the printer. Thereafter, this project has taken to full completion over a year. Noteworthy is the splendid illumination of the large initial input of Volume III. Letter "B" for "Beatus et bene tibi erit it", is a wildly intricate Grotesque Still life with three profile heads, including a devil and an exotic bird. Copies with complete volumes with complete text are extremely rare to be found in libraries, as well a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-11-22 07:02:36
Antonius Florentinus
WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE WORKS OF ANTONIUS FLORENTINUS "Summa Theologica" COMPLETE 5 VOLUMES IN FOUR BINDINGS ANNO 1486 & 1487 NUREMBERG, ANTON KOBERGER ONE OF THE MOST MONUMENTAL GOTHIC PRINT PROJECTS ONE OF THE MOST MONUMENTAL GOTHIC PRINT PROJECTS -IN 4 LARGE BINDINGS THE COMPLETE "SUMMA THEOLOGICA" BY ANTONIUS FLORENTINUS ALL 5 PARTS in 4 VOLUMES AUTHOR Antonius Florentinus (1389-1459) TITLE Summa Theologica Complete volumes I-V. Volume V with the Tabula of J. Molitor. PRINTER Anton Koberger , Nuremberg Part I: 17 Juli 1486 Part II: 28 August 1486 Part III: 18 November 1486 Part IV: 12 February 1487 Part V: 23 July 1486 (tabula) DESCRIPTION Fifth Edition of the moral teaching of the important church teacher and later Archbishop of Florence, influenced by the "Summma Theologica" of Thomas Aquinas. Pope Hadrian VI. canonized Anthony Florentinus in 1523. Overall, this issue appeared within four parts and the tab by Johannes Molitoris. These volumes are considered one of the most monumental works by Anton Koberger. Based on the dating of the books will appreciate how much efforts meant such extensive project for the printer. Thereafter, this project has taken to full completion over a year. Noteworthy is the splendid illumination of the large initial input of Volume III. Letter "B" for "Beatus et bene tibi erit it", is a wildly intricate Grotesque Still life with three profile heads, including a devil and an exotic bird. Copies with complete volumes with complete text are extremely rare to be found in libraries, as well a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-10-23 06:38:06
Antonius Florentinus
WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS COMPLETE WORKS OF ANTONIUS FLORENTINUS "Summa Theologica" COMPLETE 5 VOLUMES IN FOUR BINDINGS ANNO 1486 & 1487 NUREMBERG, ANTON KOBERGER ONE OF THE MOST MONUMENTAL GOTHIC PRINT PROJECTS ONE OF THE MOST MONUMENTAL GOTHIC PRINT PROJECTS -IN 4 LARGE BINDINGS THE COMPLETE "SUMMA THEOLOGICA" BY ANTONIUS FLORENTINUS ALL 5 PARTS in 4 VOLUMES AUTHOR Antonius Florentinus (1389-1459) TITLE Summa Theologica Complete volumes I-V. Volume V with the Tabula of J. Molitor. PRINTER Anton Koberger , Nuremberg Part I: 17 Juli 1486 Part II: 28 August 1486 Part III: 18 November 1486 Part IV: 12 February 1487 Part V: 23 July 1486 (tabula) DESCRIPTION Fifth Edition of the moral teaching of the important church teacher and later Archbishop of Florence, influenced by the "Summma Theologica" of Thomas Aquinas. Pope Hadrian VI. canonized Anthony Florentinus in 1523. Overall, this issue appeared within four parts and the tab by Johannes Molitoris. These volumes are considered one of the most monumental works by Anton Koberger. Based on the dating of the books will appreciate how much efforts meant such extensive project for the printer. Thereafter, this project has taken to full completion over a year. Noteworthy is the splendid illumination of the large initial input of Volume III. Letter "B" for "Beatus et bene tibi erit it", is a wildly intricate Grotesque Still life with three profile heads, including a devil and an exotic bird. Copies with complete volumes with complete text are extremely rare to be found in libraries, as well a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-09-28 06:40:51
Antonius Florentinus
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1486. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING [Saxony, DE]
2018-09-28 02:15:51
LYRA, Nicolaus de
1486. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. FAMOUS BIBLE / Entirely COMPLETE / EXQUISITE An exceedingly rare, COMPLETE collection of 4 volumes of the famous 15th-century Koberger Bible. This Greek and Latin Bible includes commentary of Nicolas de Lyra, a 13th-century doctor of theology at Paris, and, according to Darlow and Moule, "[Lyra] may be said to mark the first beginnings of a school of natural exegesis." Lyra was the first printed biblical commentator and commentary was used by Martin Luther and influenced some of his writings. In fact, Luther is quoted as saying "Without Lyra we would understand neither the Old or the New Testament. Lyra's influence was most important to the future of Bible commentary, as he took literal meanings of the text rather than inferring mystical or allegorical teachings. Anton Koberger, most-known for his monumental work "Nuremberg Chronicle," printed this illustrated Bible set. He established the first printing press in Nuremberg in 1470 and went on to publish some of the most important printed works from the 15th-century. This collection includes uniformly bound tomes including one tome from the 1497 issue. One of the Frankfurt copies, part I only, made up with parts II-IV of the 1485 Koberger edition, was bought in 1486; the work must have been put in hand soon after the earlier edition (Ohly-Sack 561). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-27 19:42:20
LYRA, Nicolaus de
Nürnberg: Koberger, Anton, 1486-1487, 1497. 1486 Anton Koberger INCUNABULA Holy Bible Nuremberg Illustrated Lyra CommentaryFAMOUS BIBLE / Entirely COMPLETE / EXQUISITEAn exceedingly rare, COMPLETE collection of 4 volumes of the famous 15th-century Koberger Bible. This Greek and Latin Bible includes commentary of Nicolas de Lyra, a 13th-century doctor of theology at Paris, and, according to Darlow and Moule,"[Lyra] may be said to mark the first beginnings of a school of natural exegesis."Lyra was the first printed biblical commentator and commentary was used by Martin Luther and influenced some of his writings. In fact, Luther is quoted as saying"Without Lyra we would understand neither the Old or the New Testament.Lyra's influence was most important to the future of Bible commentary, as he took literal meanings of the text rather than inferring mystical or allegorical teachings. Anton Koberger, most-known for his monumental work "Nuremberg Chronicle," printed this illustrated Bible set. He established the first printing press in Nuremberg in 1470 and went on to publish some of the most important printed works from the 15th-century. This collection includes uniformly bound tomes including one tome from the 1497 issue.One of the Frankfurt copies, part I only, made up with parts II-IV of the 1485 Koberger edition, was bought in 1486; the work must have been put in hand soon after the earlier edition (Ohly-Sack 561).Item number: #926Price: $75,000cBiblia latina : cum postillis Nicolai de Lyra et expositionibus Guillelmi Britonis in omnes prologos S. Hieronymi et additionibus Pa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2018-09-05 10:24:10
[Thomas à Kempis] / Johannes Gerson
Venice, [Johannes Leoviler, de Hallis] for Franciscus de Madiis, 1486. (Additional title-page), (2), 65 ff. (without final blank). Gothic letter, 2 columns, 35 lines. Unsophisticated initials supplied in brown ink. 17th century full vellum with very appealing early 19th century title calligraphed to spine in red, blue, black, and gilt. Fine, early edition of the "Imitation of Christ". Today generally accepted to be the work of Thomas à Kempis, the famous devotional text was long thought the effort of his elder contemporary, the French theologian Jean Gerson. It was first printed by Zainer in Augsburg ca. 1471, and due to Gerson's presumed authorship was frequently coupled with his "De meditatione cordis", which was first printed ca. 1468 in Cologne and remains one of the principal writings of mystical theology. The first joint edition of both texts appeared in Venice in 1485, and of the some 19 impressions of the "Imitatio" which had been issued by 1487, no fewer than seven included Gerson's meditation. - The present copy boasts a very appealingly painted spine title in the historicist style, with the title and bibliographical data penned on a wavy banner in meticulous blackletter, Gerson's name raised in gilt with red-backed initials. It is also unique in containing a separately printed title-page - a specially prepared extra sheet mounted before the index, not present in any other known copy and apparently privately printed as a one-off addition in the 17th century (likely also in Italy), coinciding with the binding. - Upper edge trimmed rather closely, occasionally touch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-08-14 06:27:11
IUSTINI [Marco Juniano Justino / Marcus Junianus Justinus Frontinus]
[S. l., Venetiis?]: [s. n., Antonius Moretus?], [ca. 1486?].- liiii (54) Folios numerados a excepción del primero; Signaturas a-i 6; In folio (29,7 x 21,7 cm); Buena impresión a una columna de 61 lineas, con apostillas en los márgenes, realizada sobre fuerte y blanco papel (sólamente el folio ii -al recto- tiene 60 lineas, el folio liii -al verso- tiene 59 lineas y el folio liiii -al recto- tiene 27 lineas); El espacio para las letras capitulares se encuentra en blanco, sin impresión, no lleva las letras que seguramente deberían haber ido grabadas en madera o miniadas a mano; Encuadernación moderna en Plena Piel Tafilete, lomo con 5 nervios, y 2 tejuelos con el título y la fecha (1486?).- DEFECTOS: El folio I y el folio LIIII son facsímiles realizados en papel antiguo, teniendo el LIIII pequeñas dobleces en el papel que han dañado mínimamente la impresión. Los folios LII y LIII están restaurados de una pequeña falta de papel en la parte superior del margen externo. Con algunas leves marcas de humedad en el margen superior de varias hojas, que además se extiende un poco a la parte superior del margen externo en 2 hojas. También 2 pequeñas señales de humedad en el margen inferior de 2 hojas; todo sin afectar al texto. A PESAR DE LO DICHO, QUE ES PRECEPTIVO, EL LIBRO SE ENCUENTRA EN MUY BUEN ESTADO GENERAL.- NOTAS BIBLIOGRÁFICAS: Es un incunable muy raro, no hemos visto ningún ejemplar claramente catalogado de nuestro libro. No lo hemos localizado ni en la British Library, ni en el catálogo de Hain, ni en el de Brunet. / En Hain 9657, hemos visto una edición parecida de "Ve … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2018-06-17 23:58:32
Les Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles.
Die seltene erste Ausgabe mit 100 Illustrationen von Romeyn de Hooghe, teils gestochen von L. Scherm und Jan van Vianen. Die hundert Novellen erfreuten sich sofort bei Erscheinen außerordlicher Beliebtheit. Zu diesem Erfolg haben nicht unwesentlich die 100 galanten Kupfertafeln von Romeyn de Hooghe in ihrer bestechenden Schönheit beigetragen. Erstmals 1486 erschien eine Novellensammlung, einst Antoine de la Sale wie auch Ludwig XI zugeschrieben. Fünfzehn Novellen sind aus Poggio und vier aus Boccaccio übernommen. Der Verfasser benützt auch die alten Fabliaux, die er natürlich frisch in seine Zeit stellt und mit einer bunten Gesellschaft von lüsternen Mönchen, galanten Kavalieren, gehörnten Gatten und lebensfrohen Weibern ausstattet. Ein Verleger oder Drucker Pierre Gaillard ist weder in den Niederlanden noch in Deutschland nachweisbar. Der Druckort Cologne ist fingiert, das Werk entstand in Amsterdam. Sehr schönes Exemplar in prachtvollen Einbänden von Zaehnsdorf. - Sander 309. - Cohen 658-59. - [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schmidt & Günther [Kelkheim, Germany]
2018-06-10 09:40:56
Inkunabel - Cyprianus, Caecilius
Stuttgart, Drucker der Erwählung Maximilians um 1486, _. 2°. 131 (statt 132) Bll. (ohne das erste weiße Bl.) Got. Typ., 2 Sp., 44-47 Zl. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit breitem Schweinsleder-Rücken d. Zt. mit Rollen-Blindprägung und Resten einer Metallschließe (Krampen). GW 7887. BMC III/675. Fünfte Ausgabe der Werke Cyprians und eines von nur drei in Stuttgart im 15. Jahrhundert gedruckten Werken (1. Electio Maximiliani; 2. Cursus per totam septimanam (ca. 1486). Unser Exemplar mit den bei GW erwähnten Druckfehlern "Ccilij statt "Cecilii" und "Cofossoris" statt korrekt "Cofessoris" im Kolophon. Der Hrsg. hat offenbar versucht, den Stoff nach "Libelli" und "epistolae" zu ordnen. Geldner (I, S. 271) schreibt bei der Behandlung Stuttgarts als Wiegendruckort: "..in den Stuttgarter Steuerbüchern wird aber um diese Zeit [1486] ein Drucker Hans Scheffer (=Johann Scheffler?) genannt, in dem man heute den einzigen Stuttgarter Buchdrucker des 15. Jahrhunderts vermutet". (Siehe auch Amelung S. 364). - Deckel und Rücken mit zahlreichen Wurmgängen, der Buchblock mit geringeren Wurmspuren. Blatt a II mit rasiertem Stempel und handschriftlichen Eintragungen der Paginierung. Ohne Rubrizierung und Initialen. Stellenweise Marginalien und Anstreichungen von alter Hand mit Tinte sowie durchgehend handschriftlich paginiert (die Eintragungen sind verblaßt). Das erste weiße Blatt (a1) ist noch als Rest vorhanden (ca. 2,5 cm vom Falz aus), und wurde alt ergänzt. Dieses Blatt weist alte Besitzvermerke auf und ein Exlibris. Anfangs im Bundsteg etwas wasserrandig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller & Gräff e.K. [DE]
2018-05-31 05:58:47
GORRIZ (Guillermo).
(Toulouse, Heinrich Mayer, 1486). in-4. 256ff. Veau brun, dos à nerfs, plats ornés d'un décor à froid (Reliure moderne dans le goût du temps). Edition Originale très rare de ce commentaire apologétique sur les écrits du philosophe et théologien écossais Jean Duns dit Duns-Scot, composé par l'érudit espagnol Guillermo Gorriz, originaire de Sariñena (Aragón), qui fut à la fin du 15e siècle professeur d'art et de théologie à l'Université de Zaragoza. L'un des derniers tenants de la doctrine du Scotisme, on le connaissait notamment pour son engagement en faveur des pauvres, ce qui lui valut le surnom de "Scotus Pauperum". L'ouvrage fut réimprimé l'année suivante à Lyon, puis en 1489 à Cologne. Précieux incunable toulousain, sorti des presses d'Henry Mayer, l'un des premiers et des plus illustres imprimeurs de la cité. Deschamps ne connaissait pas de livre imprimé par Mayer antérieur à 1488. Desbarreaux dit au sujet de ce "rare volume" : "Ce livre est fort bien imprimé. Les caractères du texte sont menus, très nets et ont à peine 4 points typographiques. Les caractères du titre et des têtes de chapitre en ont 7. Le papier est épais, corsé, un peu fauve et il porte pour filigrane 'la main qui bénit'.". Caractères gothiques, exemplaire entièrement rubriqué en rouge. Titre un peu sali, petit trou au dernier feuillet, quelques mouillures au début et à la fin. Très bon exemplaire, grand de marges, comportant des annotations anciennes. Voir Bernard Desbarreaux, "L'Imprimerie à Toulouse au XV s.". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-05-28 06:17:28
AQUINAS, Thomas [pseudo-]
Würzburg: Georg Reyser. Hardcover. Very Good. [ca. 1486]. Small folio (270 x 204mm). Pagination: [4] leaves (without signatures, catchwords, or foliation, but comprising q1-4). Later manuscript initial “P” supplied and affixed at incipit Primum, painted in red, green, blue, pink, and gold. 32 lines of Gothic type. Rubric (fol.1r): ‘De periculis contingentibus circa sacramentu[m] Eucharistiae/ et de remediis eorundem ex dictis S. Thomae de Aquino feliciter incipit.’ Incipit (fol. 1r): ‘[P]rimum periculum est quod si sacerdos morte uel graui in infirmitate preoccupetur . . .’ Explicit (fol. 4v): ‘... quod a ieiuniis sumatur.’ Late 18th or early 19th-century half sheep over marbled boards; (edges worn; light marginal spotting; otherwise the four leaves are intact and fresh). Inscription on front endpaper, “The types in this little tract bear a strong resemblance to those in the "Legenda Wolfgangi-Burgdorf 1475 – a similarity may also be traced to those of Valdarfer, especially in his ‘Liber de Catholica Fide contra errores infidelium’.” Formerly in the British Museum Library collection (their cancelled red ink stamp on first and last page); armorial bookplates of James Thomas Hand and Jacob Weinberg in front, and Estelle Doheny (her sale, Christie’s, 22 October 1987, lot 71). Rare Thomistic tract on the sacrament of the Eucharist; this is a self-contained extract comprising the “Q” quire of the Statuta Synodalia Herbipolensia, a set of ecclesiastical rules written for the diocese of Würzburg. The name Herbipolensia (for Würzburg) comes from the Latin H … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-05-17 06:51:06
AQUINAS, Thomas [pseudo-]
Würzburg: Georg Reyser. Hardcover. Very Good. [ca. 1486]. Small folio (270 x 204mm). Pagination: [4] leaves (without signatures, catchwords, or foliation, but comprising q1-4). Later manuscript initial “P” supplied and affixed at incipit Primum, painted in red, green, blue, pink, and gold. 32 lines of Gothic type. Rubric (fol.1r): ‘De periculis contingentibus circa sacramentu[m] Eucharistiae/ et de remediis eorundem ex dictis S. Thomae de Aquino feliciter incipit.’ Incipit (fol. 1r): ‘[P]rimum periculum est quod si sacerdos morte uel graui in infirmitate preoccupetur . . .’ Explicit (fol. 4v): ‘... quod a ieiuniis sumatur.’ Late 18th or early 19th-century half sheep over marbled boards; (edges worn; light marginal spotting; otherwise the four leaves are intact and fresh). Inscription on front endpaper, “The types in this little tract bear a strong resemblance to those in the "Legenda Wolfgangi-Burgdorf 1475 – a similarity may also be traced to those of Valdarfer, especially in his ‘Liber de Catholica Fide contra errores infidelium’.” Formerly in the British Museum Library collection (their cancelled red ink stamp on first and last page); armorial bookplates of James Thomas Hand and Jacob Weinberg in front, and Estelle Doheny (her sale, Christie’s, 22 October 1987, lot 71). Rare Thomistic tract on the sacrament of the Eucharist; this is a self-contained extract comprising the “Q” quire of the Statuta Synodalia Herbipolensia, a set of ecclesiastical rules written for the diocese of Würzburg. The name Herbipolensia (for Würzburg) comes from the Latin H … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-13 08:10:33
KNUTTEL, W.P.C.;
Antwerpen , De Vries . 9 volumes in 10 delen, gebonden. ISBN 9061940125.Catalogus van de pamfletten-verzameling berustende in de Koninklijke Bibliotheek / door W.P.C. Knuttel ; herdruk, met handgeschreven verbeteringen, aanvullingen en varianten ; met-een inleidend essay en een handleiding voor de gebruiker door H. van de Hoeven ; with a summary in English.* 1-I. 1486-1620* 1-II. 1621-1648* 2-I. 1649-1667* 2-II. 1668-1688* 3. 1689-1713* 4. 1714-1775* 5. 1776-1795* 6.1796-1830* 7. 1831-1853* 8. Supplement* 9. Alfabetisch register van onderwerpen 1486-1795. De grondslag voor deze verzameling vormde de zogenoemde Bibliotheca Duncaniana, die met de overige collecties van stadhouder Willem V in 1795 aan de staat waren gekomen. In 1889 verscheen het eerste deel van de Catalogus van de pamflettenverzameling berustende in de Koninklijke Bibliotheek, in 1916 kon het zevende, laatste deel verschijnen, alsmede een supplementdeel, terwijl in 1920 een registerdeel de catalogus voltooide. In 1979 verscheen nog een fotomechanische herdruk met bijgeschreven aanvullingen en correcties. Hoewel Knuttel in Tiele, Van der Wulp en Petit enkele eminente voorgangers had, is zijn catalogus, waarin een 32.000 pamfletten zijn beschreven, toch een werk dat bewondering afdwingt en dat tot op heden zijn waarde als naslagwerk ten volle behouden heeft. Nieuw.
Bookseller: Erik Tonen Books [Netherlands]
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2018-03-10 18:31:20
MATTHAEUS COLLACIUS
BERNARDINO RIZO DA NOVARA, 1486. In-4; pp. (28). Legatura in cartonato settecentesco.Prima e unica edizione di questi trattati sulla prospettiva e la retorica, scritti dall'umanista calabrese, che colgono un momento fondamentale dell'evoluzione artistica del rinascimento italiano.Opera di esaltazione della prospettiva nell'arte rinascimentale, che Collacio ravvisa nelle opere di alcuni artisti contemporanei tra cui in primis individua la pala di San Cassiano diAntonello da Messina, opera che segna anche l'introduzione in Italia della tecnica a olio. Seguono gli esempi dei fratelli Bellini, del Mantegna, di Pietro Lombardo, e il coro ligneo dei fratelli Canozi nella Basilica del Santo a Padova, opera per cui questo testo e' anche una preziosa fonte di descrizione iconografica essendo il coro andato distrutto.In questa rara opera pubblicata a Venezia, si raccoglie in modo assai interessante una summa di fattori ed eventi legati alla vita e agli studi di Matteo Colacio (Foroleto, provincia di Catanzaro, inizio della prima meta' del XVI secolo, forse 1457 - nessuna ipotesi sulla data della morte). Una descrizione piu' lunga ed accurata verra' fornita su richiesta.P.a.R.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-02-12 12:14:30
Angelus De Clavasio
Jacobinus Suigus Suico, 1486. [Incunabolo-Chiavasso] (cm.20) solida piena pergamena sec. XVIII con titolo calligrafato al dorso. -- cc. 375 (su 388) carattere gotico, 55 linee, spazi bianchi per lettere capitali. Manca la prima carta bianca, la seconda, il nostro esemplare inizia da carta 3 segnata +: "In nomine domini nostri...amen". Manca poi la c. 378 bianca e le ultime 10 carte segnate 1-5 di cui l' ultima bianca. Pertanto il nostro esemplare si compone di 4 carte all' inizio + cc. 176 segnate a-y + cc. 12 segnate z + cc. 183 segnate A-Z.Editio Princeps della famosa "Summa" opera avversata da Lutero e primo ed unico libro stampato a Chivasso nel XV secolo. Fu ristampato circa 70 volte!. Secondo l' opinione più comune Giacomo Suigo, sarebbe nato a San Germano Vercellese; ma giustamente nota il Fumagalli nel "Lexicon Typographicum" p. 371 che Giacomino si dichiara milanese, che il nome di Suico è sconosciuto nel vercellese mentre si trova spesso nelle carte milanesi dell' epoca. Le ultime 10 carte mancanti al nostro esemplare contengono la "Rubrice Juris Civilis et Canonici" Il colophon con i dati tipografici è a carta 376, presente nel nostro esemplare con al verso il "Registrum" in 5 colonne. Segue la carta 377 bianca e presente. Esemplare modesto con margini contenuti, lievi gore e antiche riparazioni, alcuni fori di tarlo ben restaurati a varie carte per lo più all' inizio che intaccano il testo. Alcune antiche chiose ai margini bianchi di alcune carte. Al primo foglio ex libris manoscritto dell' epoca: " Loci palat(i) frus capuccinorum". (Cappuccini di Palazzolo). * … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari Francesco&Claudia [IT]
2018-02-01 00:34:21
AUGUSTINUS S. (AGOSTINO SANTO)
IN FINE: BRIXIAE PER JACOBUM BRITANNICUM BRIXIANUM. DIE V JANUARII 1486. [INCUNABOLO-BRESCIA] (cm. 14,2) solida mz. pergamena XIX secolo.-- cc. 164 (di172) carattere rotondo, 26 linee. Terza edizione latina di questa celebre raccolta di prediche che contiene, fra l' altro, vari argomenti sulla medicina. L' opera è di incerta attribuzione. Mancano le prime 8 carte segnate a, di cui la prima è bianca. Il nostro esemplare inizia con il quaterno b. Ed è tutto elegantemente rubricato con capolettera manoscritti a tempera rossa. Su tutte le carte dall' inizio alla fine. Lievi aloni e difetti ai margini bianchi delle prime e ultime carte. Piccolo tarlo ben restaurato all' angolo bianco interno di poche carte. Peraltro bell' esemplare con buoni margini di incunabolo non comune, e raro come tutti quelli di piccole dimensioni. Manca ad OATES IN CAMBRIDGE e ad HARPER (1930). GOFF registra 10 esemplari in america e SANDER solo 4 vendite. Si allegano in fotocopia le 8 carte mancanti. HAIN 2001; I.G.I. 1033; GOFF A 1313; GW 3001; POLAIN 4173; HARVARD 3408; PROCTOR 6981; PELLECHET 1512; WALTERS p. 49; OLSCHKI "MONUMENTA" 75; OLSCHKI "INCUNABULA TYPOGRAPHICA" 36; BMC VII 974.[f40] Libro
Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari Francesco&Claudia
2018-02-01 00:34:20
BERNERS (Dame Juliana)
London: Elliot Stock, 1881, 1486. 4to (280 x 225 mm), ff. 106, printed on vellum, unbound, folded in gatherings as printed, a few margin slightly dusty but overall very clean and in original state, housed in original portfolio, title stamped on upper cover, spine worn, upper joint torn, lacks ties. This appears to be totally unrecorded, we can find no mention of a copy having been printed as such in any of the usual resources, apparently the only copy that was printed on vellum.
Bookseller: Forest Books William Laywood
2018-02-01 00:34:18
Hugo, de Prato Florido. Now also attributed to Eberhardus, de Valle Scholarum.
[Printing variously attributed to Conrad Dinckmut from Ulm, Germany; Balthasar de Rubiera from Bologna; or an anonymous printer from Ulm.] Anno d[omi]ni i486 (publication date from the colophon), 1486. Folio, in contemporary, slightly rubbed, embossed pigskin binding over wooden boards. Spine with three raised bands. Leaf size 270x192mm. 510 pages; signatures A-B6 (B6 is a blank), a-n8, o12, [1], p-z8, &8, [con]8, Aa-Dd8, Ee6. Straight tear in lower half of title-page without loss, foredge chipped; manuscript ownership inscription at head. Text printed in two columns; capital spaces. Occasional slight damp-marking. The lower margin of [con]2 has been torn off, with the loss of the signature, not affecting the printed text. Slight signs of worming of the boards, resulting in the loss of a few letters from the final three leaves. A complete, crisp and clean example of this very rare book. WorldCat records a single copy at the British Library, one at the Library of Congress, USA, and one copy each in France, Germany and Switzerland. (Additional information and photographs available on request.)
Bookseller: Collectable Books
2018-02-01 00:34:12
Lombardus Petrus
Nicolas Kesler, 1486. The earliest dated book known to be printed by Kesler. Beautifully rubricated throughout in red including many large initials with trailing decoration, also with an entwined and interlacing marginal decoration on K1 which is the entire length of the column, large initial on a4 in red and blue. Printed double-column in Gothic character with large Roman numerals. Folio, in contemporary pigskin over wooden boards, blind stamped in a diamond pattern featuring central fleurs, the spine with thick bands and lettering in manuscript, original brass clasps fully intact. 232 ff, complete with original blanks r6, z6, K10. A fine copy in its original binding, remarkable in its state of preservation. THE EARLIEST DATED BOOK KNOWN TO BE PRINTED BY KESLER, and a beautiful edition of the "Sentence" of Peter Lombard. This work, which includes decisions borrowed the Fathers of the Church, formed the basis of all theological studies throughout the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Any question of theology can find its place in the four books of the Sentences , thus divided : God's creatures , the sacraments of the Old Law , the sacraments of the new law. Attached is a "Tabula Scoti", Table of Sentences of Peter Lombard, Dun Scotus of 28 sheets. It is not dated but is clearly and incunabular printing.
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc.
2018-01-05 03:58:54
1486. Antique print, titled: 'Andries del Sarto Florentijns Schilders.' - This print shows a portrait of Andrea del Sarto (1486–1530), an Italian painter from Florence. His career flourished during the High Renaissance and early Mannerism. Although he was highly regarded during his lifetime as an artist senza errori ("without errors"), his renown was eclipsed after his death by that of his contemporaries. Name and information in Dutch manuscript writing in the margin below the image. Engraving on hand laid paper. Watermark: Coat of arms with French Lilly. Description: Proof avant la lettre. Manuscript writing in ink shows name of artist depicted and on the left illegible: Cornelius Solner Delin. (?) and on the right Andries Celasius (?). Any input appreciated. Rare ProofArtists and Engravers: Anonymous. Condition: Good, given age. Cropped to image. Lower margin with irregular paper edge and paper loss, with partial loss of manuscript writing. A small spot of paper damage in the lower margin. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: C285-37 The overall size is ca. 6.3 x 8.5 inch. The image size is ca. 6.3 x 8.5 inch. The overall size is ca. 16 x 21.5 cm. The image size is ca. 16 x 21.5 cm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2017-11-29 22:15:48
Dubravius, Johannes.
32,1 x 21 cm. 28, 327 Seiten, 12 Blatt -- 81 Seiten (Anhang). Original Einband - Restauriert, siehe Beschreibung. Johannes Dubravius (nach der Bischofsliste von Olmütz: Johannes XVI. Dubravius tschechisch: Jan Skála z Doubravy * 1486 vermutlich in Pilsen 6. September 1553 /wiki/1553 in Kremsier war Bischof von Olmütz . Titel und letzte Seite (Anhang) fachmännisch restauriert. Der Einband unter Verwendung des Originals ebenfall sehr gut restauriert, 2 Schließen erneuert, Buch neu eingehangen. Durchgehend etwas Wasserfleckig, stärcker in Anhang. Trotz der Mängel insgesamt noch von guter Erhaltung.Beigebunden: De Bohemorum et ex his Imperatorum aliquot origine ac gestis ... historia AENEAE SYLVII SENENSIS S. ROM. ECCLESIAE CARDINALIS TITV-LI S. SABINAE De BOHEMORVM, ET EX HIS IMPERATORVM ALIQVOT origine ac gestis, Ad illustrissimum principem & Dominum ALFON-SVM regem Aragonum HISTORIA. De Bohemorum origine ac gestis historia AENEAE SYLVII SENENSIS S. ROM. ECCLESIAE CARDINALIS TITVLI S. SABINAE De BOHEMORVM, ET EX HIS IMPERATORVM ALIQVOT origine ac gestis, Ad illustrissimum principem & Dominum ALFONSVM regem Aragonum HISTORIA. / Pius II., Papst / 1575
Bookseller: P.u.P. Hassold OHG [Germany]
2017-11-21 09:42:39
Kolorierter Holzschnitt. 156 x 100 mm (mit dem w. Rand). Warnecke 425 nicht bei Leiningen-Westerburg. - Johannes Eck (Johann Mayr von Eck, Schwaben 1486-1543) war katholischer Theologe und apostolischer Nuntius in Ingolstadt. Anfänglich Luther gegenüber wohlwollend, nach der Veröffentlichung der Thesen erbitterter Gegner, überzeugt Leo. X. den Bann auszusprechen. Luther nannte ihn "Doktor Sau und "das Schwein aus Ingolstadt oder verkürzte den Titel "Dr. Eck zu "Dreck. - Gering wurmstichig, verso Leim- und Montagereste.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2017-11-14 03:21:18
Adam, Dieter, H. W. Doerr und H. Link u.a. (Hrsg.)
XXV, 1486 S., mit 492 Abbildungen 28 cm. Hardcover/Pappeinband. Guter Zustand. Bibliotheks-Exemplar mit Stempel und Signaturaufkleber. Einband mit leichten Gebrauchsspuren.
Bookseller: Antiquariat für Fachliteratur Matthias G
2017-10-28 06:08:10
Inkunabel, incunabula, Lehrbuch der Rhetorik - Dati, Agostino (Augustinus Datus):
(Heidelberg, Drucker des Lindelbach (Heinrich Knoblochtzer), nach (?) 21.VIII.1486). 4°, circa 20,6 x 15 cm. 38 Blatt, teils rubriziert Neuerer Brokatpapierumschlag "Goff D89; HR 6000; C 1890; BMC III 667;BSB-Ink D-23.;GW 8126. Seltene Heidelberger Inkunabelausgabe des seit 1471 immer wieder mit teils verschiedenen Titel gedruckten Werkes zur Kunst, elegante Briefe und Reden zu verfassen. Die Schrift heisst manchmal auch "De variis loquendi regulis", oder "Elegantiae minores" oder auch "Datus maior". Der Autor Agostino Dati (1420-1478) lehrte Geschichte und Philosophie in Siena, wo er auch als Sekretär angestellt war. Posthum pries ihn Erasmus als einen der bedeutendsten Redner Italiens. Seine Elegantiolae gelten als das einflussreichste Lehrbuch der Rhetorik in der zweiten Hälfte des 15. Jahrhunderts. " "- Teils wasserrandig oder fleckig, kleiner Wurmgang, einige alte Anmerkungen, sonst gut erhalten, komplett.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
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2017-10-27 21:03:23
Stuttgarter Frühdruck. Cyprianus, Thascius Caecilius.
[Stuttgart Drucker der Erwählung Maximilians um ]. 2°. 131 (statt 132) Bll. (ohne das erste weiße Bl.) Got. Typ., 2 Sp., 44-47 Zl. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit breitem Schweinsleder-Rücken d. Zt. mit Rollen-Blindprägung und Resten einer Metallschließe (Krampen). GW 7887. BMC III/675. Fünfte Ausgabe der Werke Cyprians und eines von nur drei in Stuttgart im 15. Jahrhundert gedruckten Werken (1. Electio Maximiliani; 2. Cursus per totam septimanam (ca. 1486). Unser Exemplar mit den bei GW erwähnten Druckfehlern "Ccilij statt "Cecilii" und "Cofossoris" statt korrekt "Cofessoris" im Kolophon. Der Hrsg. hat offenbar versucht, den Stoff nach "Libelli" und "epistolae" zu ordnen. Geldner (I, S. 271) schreibt bei der Behandlung Stuttgarts als Wiegendruckort: ".in den Stuttgarter Steuerbüchern wird aber um diese Zeit [1486] ein Drucker Hans Scheffer (=Johann Scheffler?) genannt, in dem man heute den einzigen Stuttgarter Buchdrucker des 15. Jahrhunderts vermutet". (Siehe auch Amelung S. 364). - Deckel und Rücken mit zahlreichen Wurmgängen, der Buchblock mit geringeren Wurmspuren. Blatt a II mit rasiertem Stempel und handschriftlichen Eintragungen der Paginierung. Ohne Rubrizierung und Initialen. Stellenweise Marginalien und Anstreichungen von alter Hand mit Tinte sowie durchgehend handschriftlich paginiert (die Eintragungen sind verblaßt). Das erste weiße Blatt (a1) ist noch als Rest vorhanden (ca. 2,5 cm vom Falz aus), und wurde alt ergänzt. Dieses Blatt weist alte Besitzvermerke auf und ein Exlibris. Anfangs im Bundsteg etwas wasserrandig. Gewicht (Gramm): 1200
Bookseller: Müller & Gräff e.K. [Stuttgart, Germany]
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2017-10-16 12:30:06
Hugo, de Prato Florido. Now also attributed to Eberhardus, de Valle Scholarum.
Bookseller: Collectable Books [GB]
2017-10-16 12:30:01
ANTONINUS FLORENTINUS
- Defecerunt scrutantes scrutinio. (avec :) Titulus de restitutionibus. [Lyon, Guillaume Le Roy , avant 1486], petit in-4, vélin ivoire souple, titre manuscrit au dos [Rel. du XVIème siècle] . 179 ff.n.ch. [a x8, y11 -y12 blanc]. Très rare édition incunable lyonnaise. Seulement 4 exemplaires sont conservés dans les bibliothèques publiques, aucun aux États-Unis. L'imprimeur Guillaume Le Roy, qui était natif de Liège, s'installa à Lyon en 1473. Il se mit au service de Barthelémy Buyer et s'installa par la suite à son compte. Son dernier livre signé date de 1488. Cette édition est datée par la BNF "avant 1486" et par le Gesamtkatalog "vers 1488". Le catalogue de la BNF précise : "Datation d'après l'état du caractère G 94 (1er état). Cette édition doit être postérieure à celle décrite par CIBN A-432 [circa 1485] à cause de la présence d'une page de titre." Le théologien et chroniqueur Antonio Pierozzi, dit Antoninus Florentinus, était dominicain et archevêque de Florence. Il est l'auteur de trois "Confessionale", distingués aujourd'hui par leur explicit. Les initiales ont été peintes en rouge, les paragraphes ont été marqués de même. Petite galerie de ver dans la marge inférieure des cahiers g à k. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 12:30:01
ANTONINUS FLORENTINUS
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 11:34:43
Breydenbach, Bernhard von.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-16 11:34:43
Breydenbach, Bernhard von.
1486. Folio (230 x 332 mm). Blackletter, 134 (out of 148) unnumbered ff. Rubricated throughout, red lombardic initials. With woodcut frontispiece (trimmed and mounted on later paper) in contemp. colour, two printed coloured initials, 3 (out of 7) folding views (one coloured, two supplied from other copies), 5 (out of 7) half-page coloured woodcuts, and several woodcut alphabet tables in the text. Contemp. brown calf, spine on four raised bands, covers preserving 8 (out of 10) brass bosses. Remains of clasps. In custom cloth clam shell box. Editio princeps of the first illustrated travel report ever, considered the first authentic western source for the Near and Middle East, as the illustrations were prepared from actual observation of the lands and people described. A fragment, but in contemporary colour. Breydenbach travelled to the Holy Land in 1483/84 with a large company including the Utrecht artist Erhard Reuwich, who drew the maps and views from his observations on the journey and then printed the text and illustrations at his own house. He is not known to have published any other works. Following the traditional route, the entourage travelled from Venice to Corfu, Modon, Crete, Rhodes and Jaffa before arriving in Jerusalem, and then through the Sinai desert to Mt. Sinai, Cairo, and Alexandria on the return journey. The present first edition contains three large woodcuts, the first ever seen in the West, including panoramas of Modon, Rhodes, and Parenzo. Published in German in the year of its first appearance, the book quickly became extremely popular and was translat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-10-12 15:21:58
Bailey, Alice und Rudolf Stamm
1486 S. 12, Leinen Gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Buch mit Gebrauchspuren, Buchrücken angebrochen, zahlr. Bleistift/Kulianstreichungen und Anmarkerungen im Text. Bleistiftnotizen im Vorsatz. foliert B8560
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchhandel Daniel Viertel
2017-10-12 05:19:07
KNUTTEL, W.P.C.;
Bookseller: Erik Tonen Books [Netherlands]
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2017-10-01 14:36:42
Breydenbach, Bernhard von.
Mainz, Erhard Reuwich (with types of Peter Schöffer), 11. II. 1486. Folio (230 x 332 mm). Blackletter, 134 (out of 148) unnumbered ff. Rubricated throughout, red lombardic initials. With woodcut frontispiece (trimmed and mounted on later paper) in contemp. colour, two printed coloured initials, 3 (out of 7) folding views (one coloured, two supplied from other copies), 5 (out of 7) half-page coloured woodcuts, and several woodcut alphabet tables in the text. Contemp. brown calf, spine on four raised bands, covers preserving 8 (out of 10) brass bosses. Remains of clasps. In custom cloth clam shell box. Editio princeps of the first illustrated travel report ever, considered the first authentic western source for the Near and Middle East, as the illustrations were prepared from actual observation of the lands and people described. A fragment, but in contemporary colour. Breydenbach travelled to the Holy Land in 1483/84 with a large company including the Utrecht artist Erhard Reuwich, who drew the maps and views from his observations on the journey and then printed the text and illustrations at his own house. He is not known to have published any other works. Following the traditional route, the entourage travelled from Venice to Corfu, Modon, Crete, Rhodes and Jaffa before arriving in Jerusalem, and then through the Sinai desert to Mt. Sinai, Cairo, and Alexandria on the return journey. The present first edition contains three large woodcuts, the first ever seen in the West, including panoramas of Modon, Rhodes, and Parenzo. Published in German in the year of its first appearan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-09-15 13:21:16
Breydenbach, Bernhard von
Mainz, Erhard Reuwich (with types of Peter Schöffer), 11. II. 1486. Folio (230 x 332 mm). Blackletter, 134 (out of 148) unnumbered ff. Rubricated throughout, red lombardic initials. With woodcut frontispiece (trimmed and mounted on later paper) in contemp. colour, two printed coloured initials, 3 (out of 7) folding views (one coloured, two supplied from other copies), 5 (out of 7) half-page coloured woodcuts, and several woodcut alphabet tables in the text. Contemp. brown calf, spine on four raised bands, covers preserving 8 (out of 10) brass bosses. Remains of clasps. In custom cloth clam shell box. Editio princeps of the first illustrated travel report ever, considered the first authentic western source for the Near and Middle East, as the illustrations were prepared from actual observation of the lands and people described. A fragment, but in contemporary colour. Breydenbach travelled to the Holy Land in 1483/84 with a large company including the Utrecht artist Erhard Reuwich, who drew the maps and views from his observations on the journey and then printed the text and illustrations at his own house. He is not known to have published any other works. Following the traditional route, the entourage travelled from Venice to Corfu, Modon, Crete, Rhodes and Jaffa before arriving in Jerusalem, and then through the Sinai desert to Mt. Sinai, Cairo, and Alexandria on the return journey. The present first edition contains three large woodcuts, the first ever seen in the West, including panoramas of Modon, Rhodes, and Parenzo. Published in German in the year of its first appearan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2017-08-28 16:12:29
Hugo, de Prato Florido. Now also attributed to Eberhardus, de Valle Scholarum.
[Printing variously attributed to Conrad Dinckmut from Ulm, Germany; Balthasar de Rubiera from Bologna; or an anonymous printer from Ulm.] Anno d[omi]ni i486 (publication date from the colophon), 1486. RETIREMENT SALE. Price reduced from £4,850.00 on 12/08/2018. Folio, in contemporary, slightly rubbed, embossed pigskin binding over wooden boards. Spine with three raised bands. Leaf size 270x192mm. 510 pages; signatures A-B6 (B6 is a blank), a-n8, o12, [1], p-z8, &8, [con]8, Aa-Dd8, Ee6. Straight tear in lower half of title-page without loss, foredge chipped; manuscript ownership inscription at head. Text printed in two columns; capital spaces. Occasional slight damp-marking. The lower margin of [con]2 has been torn off, with the loss of the signature, not affecting the printed text. Slight signs of worming of the boards, resulting in the loss of a few letters from the final three leaves. A complete, crisp and clean example of this very rare book. WorldCat records a single copy at the British Library, one at the Library of Congress, USA, and one copy each in France, Germany and Switzerland. (Additional information and photographs available on request.)
Bookseller: Collectable Books [GB]
2017-08-14 12:33:24
GREGORIUS SANCTUS
Firenze, Nicolaus Laurentii, 15 giugno 1486. Due volumi in - folio; 1 c. (ritratto di San Gregorio in trono, inciso a piena pagina in xilografia, con titolo stampato in alto in rosso), 362 cc.nn. - 264 cc.nn.; testo su due colonne; legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena rigida, doppio tassello in marocchino verde e rosso con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso, tagli azzurri. Rinforzi marginali (fuori dallo specchio incisorio), uno strappetto risarcito al margine inferiore bianco, che tocca appena la bordura decorativa al ritratto del santo; assai leggera gora al margine superiore bianco e forellini di tarlo alle ultime carte del primo volume. Bell'esemplare proveniente dalla collezione del commendatore G. Fumach (ex libris a stampa ai contropiatti). Assai rara prima edizione (e unico incunabolo) della versione italiana dei Morali di S. Gregorio, il commento del Santo al libro di Job che diventò un testo di fondamentale importanza nella letteratura morale e nella cultura europea dei secoli successivi. Il volgarizzamento è di Zanobi da Strada. "Stupenda è questa prima edizione" (Paitoni). Il nostro esemplare è uno dei pochissimi a cui all'epoca è stata aggiunta la celebre xilografia del Santo; il foglio, infatti, anche se è presente in qualche rara copia, non fa parte dell'edizione, come segnalano tutte le bibliografie. Riguardo all'autore dell'incisione, alcuni lo ritenevano di area fiorentina, ma altri (cfr. Kristeller, Essling e Sander) lo attribuiscono a un artista veneziano. Di particolare interesse sono i blocchi xilografici visibili nella tavola, indicati da Sander come … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2017-08-04 06:18:06
Bodenstein, Andreas Rudolf
32 Bll. Alter Umschlag. 4. VD 16 B 6243. - Der Reformator Andreas Rudolf Bodenstein, genannt Karlstadt, latinisiert Carolstadius (1486- 1541) predigte und realisierte konsequent die Erneuerung des Gottesdienstes, mit Abschaffung der Messe, Abschaffung der Heiligenbilder, der Kirchenmusik (die seiner Meinung nach von der Andacht abhielten) und der Privatbeichte sowie des Zölibats. - Minimal fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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