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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.
2018-01-17 16:07:36
ROLEWINCK, Werner.
1486. Rare first and only edition published in the Northern Netherlands of a theological treatise presenting regimens for the best way of life for canons and priests. Especially the many dangers threatening monastic and cloistered life are dealt with at length. The first edition in the Low Countries was printed in Alost by Thierry Martens ca. 1486/89. The present Delft edition was printed by the prolific printer-publisher Christiaen Snellaert. Werner Rolewick (1425-1502) was a German Carthusian monk who composed many theological and devotional treatises and some important historical works, of which his Fascilucum temporum, a general history of the world, is by far the best known. Lacking the final blank. In very good condition and with generous margins.l Campbell 755 = 1309 (II); Hain 7256; IDL 3955; ISTC ir00286200; Oates 3376; Van Thienen & Goldfinch 1885; Voulliéme, Trier 2368. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
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]
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
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
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 11:34:43
Breydenbach, Bernhard von.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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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2017-09-15 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 [Vienna, A, 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 [Italy]
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
2017-07-24 20:48:39
(WÜRZBURG, ECCLESIASTICAL LAWS OF THE DIOCESE OF)
W�rzburg: Georg Reyser, ca. 1486. Würzburg: Georg Reyser, ca. 1486. From the collection of E. P. Goldschmidt, this is the only incunabular printing of the ecclesiastical rules for administration of the diocese of Würzburg in Bavaria, and our copy has an appealing association, since it once was in the collection of a monastery in that diocese, where it was bound. Goldschmidt notes that the Saint Mauritius (Maurice) stamp used repeatedly here is "the characteristic stamp of the bindery" representing the Abbey's patron saint, a Roman soldier martyred during the Alpine campaign. According to BMC, this edition is distinctive because "documents mentioned in the Statutes are in many cases quoted in full after the Statute in which reference is made to them. Thus, the Statute of the Council of Basel . . . is quoted after the resolution accepting it, and [is] followed by the tract of Saint Thomas Aquinas 'De articulis fidei et sacramentis' which the Council recommended." Also recommended by the council and included here is the "De Periculis," once attributed to Thomas Aquinas, on the sacrament of the Eucharist, a document attached to a number of synodal laws of the period. Georg Reyser was the official printer for the prince-bishop of Würzburg, and also produced liturgical works, edicts, and forms for the diocese. The annotations here indicate that the monks at the Kloster Heidenfeld studied their bishop's rules closely. The Augustinian monastery at Heidenfeld was established in the 11th century, and continued until 1803. Ernst Philip Goldschmidt (1887-1954) was one of the great ant … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2017-07-20 16:08:00
Breydenbach, Bernhard von.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 16:08:00
Breydenbach, Bernhard von.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 16:08:00
Breydenbach, Bernhard von.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 16:08:00
Breydenbach, Bernhard von.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-07-20 16:08:00
Breydenbach, Bernhard von.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-06-21 12:40:02
MANILIO, Giovanni Giacomo, Quirico de AUGUSTIS and Paulus de SUARDIS.
Durling 2943; ICCU 005328; USTC 840129. First edition as edited by Durastante, with commentary by Nicolai Mutoni of three important late 15th-century treatises on pharmacology and medical botany. The first work, Luminare maius by Giovanni Giacomo Manlio di Bosco, is a commentary on ancient Arabic and Greek pharmacological works, especially the Arabic treatises of Yuhanna Ibn Masawayh known in the West as Mesue the Elder (ca. 777-857). It gives instructions for preparing numerous medicines, indicating the quantities of the ingredients and describing each ingredient. The second work, Lumen apothecariorum by Quirico de Augustis de Tortona of Milan (fl. 1486-1497), complements it with descriptions of hundreds of medicinal preparations, including many oils and syrups. The third work, Thesaurus aromatariorum by Paulus de Suardis (fl. 1479-1481), gives recipes for about 500 aromatic medicines, oils, syrups, etc. The three together formed what was probably the most extensive pharmacopoeia of its day.Binding recased, keeping the original endpapers, but in very good condition. With early owner's inscriptions on title-page. First few leaves heavily browned and foxed and the second part of the work with waterstains, but otherwise in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2017-06-13 14:21:37
Bernhard von Breidenbach:
Mainz Erhard Reuwich 11 Februar Type 1 und 2, 1486. Einspaltiges, 43-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt auf breitrandigem Papier mit Wasserzeichen "Ochsenkopf mit T auf Standarte". Blattgröße: 21 x 30 cm. Incunable text leaf. Blatt aus der "Editio princeps" des Erhard Reuwich, der ein in Mainz ansässiger aus Utrecht stammender Maler war und den Mainzer Domdekan Bernhard von Breidenbach auf seiner Pilgerreise nach Jerusalem begleitete. Die Erstausgabe erschien am 11. Februar 1486 und die hochdeutsche Ausgabe am 21. Juni des gleichen Jahres. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-06-06 15:03:04
Arndt, Augustin (Ed. / Hrg.).
XLIII, 1486 / 1342 / 1020 Seiten. Dünndruck. Original-Leineneinbände mit vergoldeter Rückenschrift und Lesebändchen. Schnitt der Bände jeweils leicht angestubt. Einbände minimal berieben. Papier altersbedingt leicht lichtrandig. Ansonsten sehr gut erhalten!
Bookseller: ANTIQUARIAT THOMAS NONNENMACHER
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. Foglio n° 246 del libro XIII° testo al verso
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. Foglio n° 103 del libro VI°, testo al verso
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. L'immagine raffigura Genova ma la descrizione e titolo sono quelle di Roma. Foglio n° 79 del libro IV° testo al verso.
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. Foglio n° 73 del libro IV° testo al verso
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è lla prima raffigurazione iconografica
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. Foglio n° 55 del libro III° con testo al verso
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
Civitavecchia, 1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica mm 55x75
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini [Gavirate, Italy]
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
Ginevra (Geneve) - Svizzera 1486 - Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica mm 58x73
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
Fiesole 1486 - Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. Foglio n° 55 del libro III° con testo al verso mm 57x74
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
Verona 1486 - Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. Foglio n° 103 del libro VI°, testo al verso mm 54x74
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
Capua - CE 1486 - Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. Foglio n° 73 del libro IV° testo al verso mm 63x81
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
Pistoia 1486 - Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. Foglio n° 246 del libro XIII° testo al verso mm 63x80
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini
2017-06-01 09:49:01
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
Roma 1486 - Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. L'immagine raffigura Genova ma la descrizione e titolo sono quelle di Roma. Foglio n° 79 del libro IV° testo al verso. mm 87x115
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini
2017-05-21 13:07:39
MANILIO, Giovanni Giacomo, Quirico de AUGUSTIS and Paulus de SUARDIS.
Durling 2943; ICCU 005328; USTC 840129. First edition as edited by Durastante, with commentary by Nicolai Mutoni of three important late 15th-century treatises on pharmacology and medical botany. The first work, Luminare maius by Giovanni Giacomo Manlio di Bosco, is a commentary on ancient Arabic and Greek pharmacological works, especially the Arabic treatises of Yuhanna Ibn Masawayh known in the West as Mesue the Elder (ca. 777-857). It gives instructions for preparing numerous medicines, indicating the quantities of the ingredients and describing each ingredient. The second work, Lumen apothecariorum by Quirico de Augustis de Tortona of Milan (fl. 1486-1497), complements it with descriptions of hundreds of medicinal preparations, including many oils and syrups. The third work, Thesaurus aromatariorum by Paulus de Suardis (fl. 1479-1481), gives recipes for about 500 aromatic medicines, oils, syrups, etc. The three together formed what was probably the most extensive pharmacopoeia of its day.Binding recased, keeping the original endpapers, but in very good condition. With early owner's inscriptions on title-page. First few leaves heavily browned and foxed and the second part of the work with waterstains, but otherwise in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2017-05-19 20:51:48
Foresti Jacopo Filippo
1486. Veduta della città, alquanto fantastica, tratta dall'opera "Supplementum Chronicarum" di Jacopo Foresti detto Bergomensis. In questa edizione, molto rara, per molte città è la prima raffigurazione iconografica. Foglio n° 120 del libro VII° testo al verso
Bookseller: Libreria Trippini Sergio
2017-05-15 14:23:24
Florentinus, Paulus Attavanti
1486 - The First Book Printed In Germany with an Author Portrait [Florentinus, Paulus (Paulo) Attavanti (c.1445-1499)]. [Breviarium Totius Iuris Canonici, Sive Decretorum Breviarium]. [Memmingen: Albrecht Kunne, 1486]. [IV], CXXIX ff. Last leaf, a blank, lacking. Woodcut portrait frontispiece of author. Collation: [A4, B10, C-N8, O10, P8, Q5 (of 6)]. Text in parallel columns with side-notes. Chancery folio (9-1/2" x 7-1/4"). Seventeenth-century flexible vellum, blind rules to boards and spine, ties lacking. A few minor scuffs, a bit of staining and a few worm holes to front board, light rubbing to extremities, chip to head of spine. Text printed in 50-line Gothic type on wide-margined paper, rubricated throughout with Lombard ranging from 4 to 10 lines, many with handsome penwork. Light toning to text, faint dampstaining to head of first 11 and fore-edges of final 16 leaves, minor, often very minor, worming to foot of text block. Later annotations in pencil to front endleaves, early annotations and underlining to a few passages, 2-1/2" x 2-1/2" sheet of notes in early hand affixed to foot of verso of final leaf. A handsome copy. * Third edition, and the first of two editions published by Kunne. His edition of the Breviarium Totius Iuris Canonici, an elegant summary of the Corpus Juris Canonici, was the first book printed in Germany with an author portrait. It is a reprint, with some differences in appearance, of the first edition, which was printed in Milan by Leonardus Pachel and Ulrich Scinzenzeler on August 28, 1479. The woodcut in that edition was copied from another wo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB
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2017-05-14 21:24:58
ANDREA DEL SARTO 1486-1531 (Attrib.) Pencil drawing on paper, Binding of Isaac Iscribed on reverse side The drawing between 2 plates of glass in wooden frame. Size: 21 x 28 cm. (8.2 x 11") Size with wooden frame: 32.5 x 42.5cm. (12.8 x 16.7") Condition - see carefully photos Brown paper, badly foxing, 3 small holes near knie ca. 2x1mm. Missing places to lower edge Weight: 1700gr. Andrea del Sarto (Italian: [anˈdrɛːa del ˈsarto]; 1486-1530) was an Italian painter from Florence, whose career flourished during the High Renaissance and early Mannerism. Though highly regarded during his lifetime as an artist senza errori ("without errors"), his renown was eclipsed after his death by that of his contemporaries, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael
Bookseller: judaica-market
2017-04-28 09:16:21
Vitruvius.
[Rome: 1486]. Facsimile. Ca. 220 pp. Illustrated. Brown half-leather binding with five raised bands and title in gilt on spine (Levins Bokbinderi, Uppsala). Bookplate of Swedish art historian and professor Per Gustaf Hamberg on the front pastedown. Typewritten note mounted on the inside of the back board (with the following text in Swedish: "Giovanni Battista da Sangallos interfolierade exemplar av Vitruvius i editio princeps med anteckningar i marginaler och inhäftade blad. Biblioteca Corsiniana i Rom. Fotograferade för P.G.H. genom förmedling av Axel Boëthius och i urval kommenterade i "Palladio" 1958."). 25 x 19,5 cm. High quality private photographic reproduction of this rare book. The title on the spine: Vitruuii de Architectura Libri X / Cum Figuris de Manu Baptiste Sangallo. / Rough translation of the note in Swedish on the inside of the back board: "Giovanni Battista da Sangallo's interleaved copy of Vitruvius in the editio princeps with notes in the margins and stapled leaves. Biblioteca Corsiniana in Rome. Photographed for P.G.H. [Per Gunnar Hamberg] through the mediation of Axel Boëthius and in selection commented in 'Palladio' 1958".
Bookseller: Antiquaria
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