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2019-07-28 15:23:00
GESTA ROMANORUM
Anton Sorg, 1487. The Deeds of the Romans; A Shakespeare Sourcebook [GESTA ROMANORUM]. Gesta Romanorum cum applicationibus moralisatis ac mysticis Augsburg: Anton Sorg, 1487. Folio (10 1/2 x 7 3/8 inches; 265 x 187 mm.). 98 leaves. Gothic letter. Text in double columns. Fifty or fifty-one lines per page. Initials supplied in red, rubricated throughout. Original wooden boards rebacked with half modern calf tooled in blind. Spine lettered in gilt. With brass hardware but lacking the clasp closure. Wooden boards chipped along the edges and with some minor worming. Newer endpapers, over partially exposed original endpapers. Previous owner's old ink manuscript index on front pastedown. A contemporary religious note at the bottom of leaf b8v and an old owner's inscription on the final leaf "Bartholomaeus Weldpach dated 1528. Some minor worming throughout, mainly marginal. The final few leaves have few more wormholes within the text, but text remains fully legible. A marginal closed tear to leaf n5, not affecting text. Leaves a bit wrinkled and some minor dampstaining to upper margin at the end. Overall a very good, clean copy. The Gesta Romanorum, ìa Latin collection of anecdotes and tales, probably compiled about the end of the 13th century or the beginning of the 14th. It still possesses a twofold literary interest, first as one of the most popular books of the time, and secondly as the source, directly or indirectly, of later literature, in Chaucer, Gower, Shakespeare and others. Of its authorship nothing certain is known; and there is little but gratuitous c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, LLC [U.S.A.]
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2019-06-28 14:14:43
Boccaccio, Giovanni [illustrated incunable].
[1487]. Louvain. Aegidius van der Heerstraten. Folio, (271 x 198 mm). [69] (of 70, lacking one of two blanks) leaves; including 76 woodcut illustrations. Red morocco by Riviere & Son, front joint just starting at top. Occasional marginal soiling, scattered marginal foxing and minor stains, manuscript initial on verso of first 2 leaves showing through on recto, light partial tinting on several woodcuts; washed in 19th century fashion. Bookplate of Mary S. Collins.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2019-05-19 07:55:15
Parentinis, Bernardus de.
[Straßburg, Johann Grüninger, 1487]. Abhandlung über die Messe, verfasst von dem scholastischen Theologen Bernardus de Parentinis (gest. 1340). Die Schrift des Benediktiners steht in einer Reihe mit der seines Ordensbruders Hugo de Sancto Caro („Speculum ecclesiae") und den Werken des Alexander von Hales. Die hierin ausgearbeiteten Vorstellungen waren grundlegend für die Neuordnung der Messe im 16. Jahrhundert (vgl. Chadwick, Missa Tridentina, S. 12). Parentinis' Schrift ist mehrfach gedruckt worden, zuerst wohl 1478 in Zaragoza (vgl. Goff P-107). - Titel im Falz verstärkt bzw. angefalzt u. mit alter kl. Tintennotiz. Bl. a8 im Falz verstärkt (bis an den Satzblock), Bl. h4 unten mit kl. Tintenfleck. Leicht gebräunt. - Hain/C. 12420; GW M 29432; BMC I, 169; BSB-Ink B-340; Goff P 110; Oates 272; Pellechet 8866; Proctor 522; ISTC ip00110000. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 Fol. 1 nn., 88 num., 6 nn. Bll., 1 w. Bl. (Got. Typ., 2 Kol., Rubriziert), Mod. HPgmt. m. durchzogenen Bünden, goldgepr. Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2019-04-16 06:39:16
Boccaccio, Giovanni [illustrated incunable].
[1487]. Louvain. Aegidius van der Heerstraten. Folio, (271 x 198 mm). [69] (of 70, lacking one of two blanks) leaves; including 76 woodcut illustrations. Red morocco by Riviere & Son, front joint just starting at top. Occasional marginal soiling, scattered marginal foxing and minor stains, manuscript initial on verso of first 2 leaves showing through on recto, light partial tinting on several woodcuts; washed in 19th century fashion. Bookplate of Mary S. Collins.- The first collection of biographies exclusively devoted to women in Western literature, and a fascinating illustrated incunable, here in its second illustrated edition, the first printed in the Low Countries; it includes women from history, mythology and legend, some of whom were not considered at the time virtuous, a characteristic that gained the work fame and reputation. It was translated Latin, French, English, Spanish, German, amongst other languages, and served as source for Geoffrey Chaucer, Alvaro de Luna (De las virtuosas y claras mujeres), Christine de Pizan, and Edmund Spenser. Boccaccio (1313-1375) probably composed the work in 1361-62, it first circulated broadly in manuscript, and the first edition appeared in 1473, printed by Zainer. Perhaps inspired in Petrarch’sLives of Famous Men, and also as counterpart to his own De casibus virorum illustrium, this work has the merit of being the first time an entire work was devoted to recording famous women in history –and again, legend-, with the peculiarity that Boccaccio focused on “unholy” or pagan women, claiming that Saint … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2019-04-05 14:37:20
Magistris, Johannes De
Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, 30 May, 1487. Third edition but the first with illustrations, large 8vo, approx. 9" x 6½" (203 x 165 mm); collating a2-a8, b8-v8, x5; 164 (of 166) leaves, lacking the preliminary blank and the final leaf bearing the printer's device (but see below); 50 lines plus headlines, gothic letter; with 8 woodcut illustrations and diagrams of varying sizes (1 full-page and another nearly so), 22 13-line woodcut initials plus numerous smaller woodcut initials throughout; occasional reader's annotations in an early hand. Goff M-26; Hain-Copinger 10448*=4348; Bound with: Magistris, Johannes De, Quaestiones super totum cursum logicae Aristotlis et Porphyrii, Venice: Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, 20 June, 1487, large 8vo, approx. 9" x 6½" (203 x 165 mm); collating A2-A8, B-Y8, Z6, 181 (of 182) leaves, lacking the initial blank leaf (but see below), text in double column, 50 lines plus headlines, gothic letter; printer's device printed in red on the recto of the final leaf (the same device as what would have been in the title above), and with 13 woodcut illustrations and diagrams of varying sizes (1 full-page), 14 13-line woodcut initials plus numerous smaller woodcut initials throughout; occasional reader's annotations in an early hand. Goff M-29; BMC V, 436; Hain Copinger 10452*=9424; The completeness of these two works is complicated by their current arrangement and binding. After leaf Z6 of the second work, 2 blank leaves have been bound in. These may be the two initial blank leaves of the two works. What is certain is that the firs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-03-27 18:45:55
Hugues de Saint-Cher [Hugo de Sancto Caro] (ca. 1190-1263)
[Lyon: por el impresor de Guido, Casus longi, ca. 1487]. [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B.].- // 8º, (198x140 mm).- 14 [de 16] fol.; sign.: a-b8 [b8 blanca; falto de a1 (portada) y b8 (blanca)]; 32-34 líneas; tipos góticos de dos medidas, 86G y 145G; espacios en blanco para las letras capitales. En cabecera de a2: 'Domini Hugonis primi cardinalis ordinis predicatorum tractatus amantissimus q[ue] speculum ecclesie inscribitur incipit feliciter.' En b6v.: 'Incipit Speculum sacerdotum volentium celebrare missam'.- // Encuadernación muda moderna en pergamino antiguo. Ejemplar falto de portada (a1), en la que solo aparece el título, y de última hoja en blanco (b8); interior en muy buen estado, algo sucio en los márgenes, con mínimos injertos en algunas puntas; algunas apostillas marginales manuscritas.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: GW M13605; ISTC ih00521500.- // La estandarización del rito de la misa en el orbe cristiano desde la Reforma gregoriana (s. XI) hasta el Concilio de Trento (s. XVI), se desarrolló más o menos por separado en diferentes ordenes religiosas (franciscanos, dominicos.), en diferentes tradiciones (por ejemplo, la hispano-mozárabe, la galicana, la siríaca.) y en la propia curia romana. En una de las genealogías que desembocaron en el rito tridentino, el ritual que habían adopt … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-03-08 00:52:48
Magistris, Johannes De
Venice: Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, 30 May, 1487. Third edition but the first with illustrations, large 8vo, approx. 9" x 6½" (203 x 165 mm); collating a2-a8, b8-v8, x5; 164 (of 166) leaves, lacking the preliminary blank and the final leaf bearing the printer's device (but see below); 50 lines plus headlines, gothic letter; with 8 woodcut illustrations and diagrams of varying sizes (1 full-page and another nearly so), 22 13-line woodcut initials plus numerous smaller woodcut initials throughout; occasional reader's annotations in an early hand. Goff M-26; Hain-Copinger 10448*=4348; Bound with: Magistris, Johannes De, Quaestiones super totum cursum logicae Aristotlis et Porphyrii, Venice: Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, 20 June, 1487, large 8vo, approx. 9" x 6½" (203 x 165 mm); collating A2-A8, B-Y8, Z6, 181 (of 182) leaves, lacking the initial blank leaf (but see below), text in double column, 50 lines plus headlines, gothic letter; printer's device printed in red on the recto of the final leaf (the same device as what would have been in the title above), and with 13 woodcut illustrations and diagrams of varying sizes (1 full-page), 14 13-line woodcut initials plus numerous smaller woodcut initials throughout; occasional reader's annotations in an early hand. Goff M-29; BMC V, 436; Hain Copinger 10452*=9424; The completeness of these two works is complicated by their current arrangement and binding. After leaf Z6 of the second work, 2 blank leaves have been bound in. These may be the two initial blank leaves of the two works. What is certain is th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2019-01-31 20:46:25
Condition: Very Good. This 4-oven AGA cooker is brilliant, ideal for roasting, simmering and baking. It comes with a warming oven for heating plates, resting food and cooking delicate things like meringues. It's also great for keeping roast joints warm and juicy before carving. The 4-oven AGA Rayburn has simmering and boiling plates that come as standard, with an additional warming plate on top in this model. If you haven't had an AGA before, do be aware that this is a heat-storage cooker which could actually save you money: The lifespan of an AGA range cooker is much longer than others Many AGA cookers across the UK are still working perfectly after 50 years or more of sterling service and many AGA families pass their AGA cookers down from one generation to the next. You rely less on radiators An AGA cooker gives off enough ambient heat to keep most kitchens warm, even in winter, which means you're likely never to use the radiator in the kitchen and perhaps in adjoining rooms. This will compensate for the energy an AGA cooker uses and could save you even more. AGA cookers reduce the number of kitchen appliances you need An AGA heat-storage cooker does more than cook food - it's a domestic workhorse that can replace other kitchen appliances such as your tumble drier, iron, toaster, bread maker, microwave and kettle. Dimensions Depth excluding handles 698mm Height 851mm Width 1487mm Weight Weight 584kg Cooker Details Flue Type Conventional flue - gas, Power flue - gas / 30 amp electric Number of Ovens 4 Please be aware that there's a significant cost for moving and fitting A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: catherinemall [Bath, GB]
2019-01-27 22:48:38
JAN VAN BREDERODE, Des Coninx Summe,
1487. ONLY KNOWN COPY IN PRIVATE HANDS OF THE MIRROR FOR PRINCE'S TEXT, LA SOMME LE ROY, IN DUTCH TRANSLATION BY JAN VAN BREDERODE. Decorated manuscript on paper, in Dutch, Northern Netherlands (near Utrecht), dated 1487. Dimensions 207 x 145 mm. 124 folios, prickings still present in most of the leaves, written in a littera cursiva by one hand in 29-32 long lines, no rubrics, majuscules in text stroked in red, some paragraph marks in red, many three- and two-line initials in red or blue, two six-to four-line red or blue initials. BINDING: CONTEMPORARY binding of brown leather over wooden boards, two brass catches and clasps on leather thongs, parchment flyleaves and pastedowns at front and back of maculature from two Utrecht charters of c. 1425-1450 (dated 1425 and 1424?) in Latin in a littera cursiva, written on one side, folded with the text on the outside, the pastedowns have come loose from the boards, hinges weak. TEXT: This is the only known copy in private hands of the text, La somme le roy, in the Dutch translation by Jan Van Brederode. The text is a series of moral lessons in the Mirror for Princes tradition written in 1279 for King Philip III of France by his confessor, the Dominican friar Laurent d'Orléans, also known as Laurent du Bois. The text on leading a Christian life, XV Goede punten ende leringhe, is attributed to the Dutch preacher Johannes Brugman. The three short, rhymed exempla that follow, are known only in this manuscript. Written in 1487 by brother Jan Symoensz at the Carthusian monastery of Nieuwlicht in Utrecht. PROVENANCE: The manuscript was w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [U.S.A.]
2019-01-11 06:58:27
Augustinus, Aurelius:
Johann Prüss,.Strassburg, 1487. Pseudo Augustinus. Format 4°. In Latin, 108 pages A-M8, N.06. Red ink letters marking, a few ancient notes. Text on two columns. 34 LINES. This is the third book ever printed with the title in the middle of the first page. Goff A1314; HC 1997*; Pell 1508; Arnoult 165; Girard 50; Neveu 70; Parguez 110; Zehnacker 315; Polain(B) 406; IDL 570; IBE 129; IGI 1034; IBP 673; SI 471; Sajó-Soltész 408; Kotvan 145; Coll(S) 1151; Coll(U) 204; Madsen 448; Ernst(Hildesheim) II,III 20; Günt(L) 2630; Voull(Trier) 1606; Schlechter-Ries 756, 757, 758; Voull(B) 2365; Ohly-Sack 323, 324; Sack(Freiburg) 384; Hummel-Wilhelmi 83; Kind(Göttingen) 1962; Borm 280; Pad-Ink 73; Wilhelmi 84; Walsh 194; Oates 221; Pr 741; BMC I 125; BSB-Ink A-921; GW 3002 (Pseudo-Augustinus). Seal of Biblioteque of Saint Benot, Constantinople. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lascar Publishing Ltd. [Hong Kong, Hong Kong]
2018-09-28 02:15:51
1487. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-27 12:21:03
1487. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-18 16:32:17
CAPRONI GUASTI Timina, BERTARELLI Achille.
Splendida ril. editoriale cartonata, dorso tipo perg., nervi e tit. in oro al dorso, ill. alle cop. con tit. in oro, eleg. cust., carta speciale con barbe, cm 40x32, cc. 3 non num., IV, pp 185 di t., 208 tavv f.t. di cui 3 a colori applic., 7 a più colori e 14 ad un colore, alcune ill. b/n nel t. Contenute tracce d'uso esterno, buon intervento di restauro alla custodia, peraltro ottimo esemplare. Edizione di 500 esempl. di cui solo 100 posti in vendita. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS [Foligno, PG, Italy]
2018-08-16 17:36:15
OFFICE OF THE DEAD (USE OF ST. KUNIBERT, COLOGNE)
CAREFULLY WRITTEN AND DECORATED LITURGICAL MANUSCRIPT FROM THE IMPORTANT CHURCH OF ST. KUNIBERT IN COLOGNE. Decorated manuscript on parchment, in Latin, Germany, Cologne, 1487 and 1727 (with later additions). Dimensions 230 x 158 mm. 64 folios, written in a gothic bookhand, music with hufnagel notation on four-line staves, three-line initials with contrasting pen decoration, four-line initials, one six-line penwork initial, black cadel initials with violet pen decoration. BINDING: Bound in early sixteenth-century blind-tooled leather over substantial wooden boards, sharply beveled, with rolled decoration forming an outer and inner border, surrounding a narrow rectangular center panel, left blank, rolls of the Virgin and Child (unidentified), and St. Paul, lettered "Apparuit Be//nignitas et". TEXT: Relatively large in format, this carefully written and decorated liturgical manuscript from the important church of St. Kunibert in Cologne was used daily by the canons for the liturgy associated with death and burial. Dated and with a known donor, it is preserved in an elaborate sixteenth-century binding. It also includes an eighteenth-century necrology with names, dates, and burial location, making this an important document both as a record of people associated with the community and for the physical organization of the Church and its altars. PROVENANCE: The colophon on f. 3 states that the manuscript was commissioned by Johannes Ehrlich of Andernach (near Koblenz), archbishop of Trier, for the church of St Kunibert, Cologne, in 1487. This manuscript was probably at St Kunibe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
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2018-08-16 17:34:11
OFFICE OF THE DEAD (USE OF ST. KUNIBERT, COLOGNE)
1487. CAREFULLY WRITTEN AND DECORATED LITURGICAL MANUSCRIPT FROM THE IMPORTANT CHURCH OF ST. KUNIBERT IN COLOGNE. Decorated manuscript on parchment, in Latin, Germany, Cologne, 1487 and 1727 (with later additions). Dimensions 230 x 158 mm. 64 folios, written in a gothic bookhand, music with hufnagel notation on four-line staves, three-line initials with contrasting pen decoration, four-line initials, one six-line penwork initial, black cadel initials with violet pen decoration. BINDING: Bound in early sixteenth-century blind-tooled leather over substantial wooden boards, sharply beveled, with rolled decoration forming an outer and inner border, surrounding a narrow rectangular center panel, left blank, rolls of the Virgin and Child (unidentified), and St. Paul, lettered "Apparuit Be//nignitas et". TEXT: Relatively large in format, this carefully written and decorated liturgical manuscript from the important church of St. Kunibert in Cologne was used daily by the canons for the liturgy associated with death and burial. Dated and with a known donor, it is preserved in an elaborate sixteenth-century binding. It also includes an eighteenth-century necrology with names, dates, and burial location, making this an important document both as a record of people associated with the community and for the physical organization of the Church and its altars. PROVENANCE: The colophon on f. 3 states that the manuscript was commissioned by Johannes Ehrlich of Andernach (near Koblenz), archbishop of Trier, for the church of St Kunibert, Cologne, in 1487. This manuscript was probably at St … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [US]
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2018-08-16 17:30:43
OFFICE OF THE DEAD (USE OF ST. KUNIBERT, COLOGNE)
CAREFULLY WRITTEN AND DECORATED LITURGICAL MANUSCRIPT FROM THE IMPORTANT CHURCH OF ST. KUNIBERT IN COLOGNE. Decorated manuscript on parchment, in Latin, Germany, Cologne, 1487 and 1727 (with later additions). Dimensions 230 x 158 mm. 64 folios, written in a gothic bookhand, music with hufnagel notation on four-line staves, three-line initials with contrasting pen decoration, four-line initials, one six-line penwork initial, black cadel initials with violet pen decoration. BINDING: Bound in early sixteenth-century blind-tooled leather over substantial wooden boards, sharply beveled, with rolled decoration forming an outer and inner border, surrounding a narrow rectangular center panel, left blank, rolls of the Virgin and Child (unidentified), and St. Paul, lettered "Apparuit Be//nignitas et". TEXT: Relatively large in format, this carefully written and decorated liturgical manuscript from the important church of St. Kunibert in Cologne was used daily by the canons for the liturgy associated with death and burial. Dated and with a known donor, it is preserved in an elaborate sixteenth-century binding. It also includes an eighteenth-century necrology with names, dates, and burial location, making this an important document both as a record of people associated with the community and for the physical organization of the Church and its altars. PROVENANCE: The colophon on f. 3 states that the manuscript was commissioned by Johannes Ehrlich of Andernach (near Koblenz), archbishop of Trier, for the church of St Kunibert, Cologne, in 1487. This manuscript was probably at St Kunibe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2018-05-08 00:14:02
JONCHÈRE, Charles Chrétien de la.
, . . Bihl & Epting, Bibliographie französischer Übersetzungen aus dem Deutschen (1487-1944) I, 1223-1224 (1812 & 1815 editions); Hammar, Manuels de français publiés à l'usage des Suédois de 1808 à 1905, p. 101; WorldCat (2 copies); for the author: Quérard, La france littéraire IV, p. 454. Very rare Swedish edition of a selection of translations and imitations of fables by German authors, by the French writer and linguist Jonchère. Parts of the book were originally published in 1812 as Fables traduites ou imitées de l'allemand in Paris, Lübeck and Hamburg, with a second expanded edition appearing in Paris in 1815, here reprinted in Stockholm.Binding very slightly rubbed along the extremities, and a few specks on the boards, but otherwise in very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-05-04 09:44:05
Nicolaus de Tudeschis
Basel, Johann Amerbach, 1487. Typ 1, 4 11. Zweispaltiges 60-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einer 7-zeiligen farbigen Initiale auf Goldgrund und kleinem Randausläufer. Im unteren Blattrand mehrfarbiger weitverzweigter Randausläufer mit Arkantus-Blättern und einer Blume. Blatt-Signatur "a2". Blattgröße: 23 x 32,7 cm. Nicolaus de Tudeschis (1386 - 1445) war einer der bedeutenden Dekretalisten und eine einflußreiche Persönlichkeit der äußerst bewegten Kirchengeschichte des 15. Jahrhunderts. N.d.T. hat als Rechtsgelehrter und Diplomat das Geschehen auf dem Konzil von Basel (1431-1437) wesentlich mitbestimmt. Aufgrund seiner Fachkenntnis im Kirchenrecht wurde er zu Rate gezogen für die Lösung der Probleme, welche die Verfassung der Kirche betrafen und der Grund für die konziliaren Auseinandersetzungen über die Frage waren, ob die höchste Autorität in der Kirche dem Papst oder dem Konzil als einer übergeordneten Instanz zukomme. - N.d.T. wurde 1386 in bescheidenen Verhältnissen in Catania auf Sizilien geboren. Sein Familienname verweist auf eine angeblich auch deutsche Abstammung. Er trat sehr jung dem Benediktinerorden bei und wuchs dort zu einem Ordens- und Kirchenmann heran. 1405 ermöglichte ihm der Senat seiner Heimatstadt ein umfassendes Studium in Norditalien. Er studierte die Rechtswissenschaften in Bologna bei Antonius de Butrio. Danach setzte er seine Studien fort in Padua bei Franciscus Zabarella, wo er zum Doktor beider Rechte promoviert wurde. 1417 nahm er eine eigene professorale Tätigkeit auf, zunächst in Parma und schließlich noch in Siena, Bologna und Florenz. Bere … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
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2018-04-30 08:07:17
GREGORIO MAGNO.
Venezia, Andrea di Torresani de Asola, 20 febbraio 1487. In-4ø; 101 cc. (assente la prima bianca). Legatura ottocentesca in tutta pergamena con filetti in oro e tassello in marocchino rosso e verde al dorso. Buon esemplare. Uno dei rari testi in volgare pubblicati da Andrea Torresano, pi-- tardi socio e suocero di Aldo Manuzio. Questo esemplare vanta una serie di impeccabili provenienze connesse alla storia del collezionismo aldino. Appartenne in prima istanza a un membro dei Torrelli, nota famiglia cinquecentesca di uomini di lettere e diritto. Fu poi acquistata dal bibliografo Charles Nodier, fondatore del Bulletin du Bibliophile e, nel 1835, autore di un elogio dell'ultima edizione degli annali aldini del Renouard. In testa al contropiatto anteriore si legge l'annotazione autografa: "Dialogus Gregorius. Cet incunable est une des plus belles et des plus rares ‚ditions de Venise avant 1500. Ex libris Carolii Nodierii 1837." Il libro entr• infine a far parte delle celebri collezioni del libraio Giuseppe Martini, che lo descrisse nel suo catalogo di incunaboli, e di Sergio Colombi, un altro cultore dei libri di Aldo. Il Dialogo gregoriano Š qui stampato su due colonne in un elegante carattere gotico italiano, nella versione volgare di Domenico Cavalca, con la "Vita di Sancto Gregorio" alle ultime pagine. HC 7977. GW 11411. R I p. 148. IGI 4428. BMC V 308. Goff G-413 (5 copie). Martini, Incunaboli nø 206. Renouard (Aldo), p. 286 nø 1. Gamba 322 (nota). Zambrini, Opere volgari, 489.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-02-18 14:45:52
Hrabal, Bohumil
1487 Seiten 21,8 x 14,0 x 4,4 cm, Taschenbuch Sofort verfügbar / daily shipping worldwide with invoice /
Bookseller: Mosakowski GbR
2018-01-10 21:56:38
Dante Alighiere.
Boninus de Boninis, 1487. Frauds occupy the eighth circle of Dante's Inferno. The full-page woodcut illustration on this leaf (i.e, m1r) begins Canto XX and shows Dante and Virgil looking down at the faces of the sinners in the fourth chasm ("blogia") of the circle: diviners, astrologers, and magicians. Their torment is that they must walk through eternity with their heads on backwards and tears in their eyes. Virgil identifies some of the sinners: Tiresias (who changed himself from a man to a woman and back again), Aruns (predictor of Caesar’s victory), the witch Manto (after whom Virgil's hometown Mantua is named), Michael Scot (an astrologer), Guido Bonatti (also an astrologer), and Asdente (a shoemaker and soothsayer). The verso of the leaf contains the beginning of the text of Canto XX, which is surrounded by the commentary by Christophorus Landinus.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-12-20 14:24:29
[Alphonsus de Spina.
1487. Small folio (209 x 291 mm). 248 unnumbered leaves (without the first and last blank, as usual). Gothic type, 2 cols., 51 lines. With a woodcut in the text on fol. a2r and printer's device at the end. A single ink initial on p. a2 supplied by the owner. 18th century full calf with panelled boards and giltstamped spine label. Marbled endpapers. All edges red. Rare edition; a single copy in Great Britain. The "Fortalitatium fidei", the principal work (written c. 1458) of the baptized Spanish Jew de Spina, is considered the "methodical and ideological foundation of the Inquisition. The book, divided into five chapters, targets chiefly Jews and Muslims" (cf. LMA I, 408f.). Of the five books, "the first [is] directed against those who deny the Divinity of Christ, the second against heretics, the third against the Jews, and the fourth against Islam and the Muslims, while the fifth book treats of the battle to be waged against the Gates of Hell. In this last book the author dwells at length upon the demons and their hatred of men; the powers they have over men and the diminution of these powers, owing to the victory of Christ on the Cross, the final condition of the demons, etc." (Catholic Encyclopaedia). "Ouvrage fort curieux de ce théologien espagnol [...] il était dit-on d'origine juive, c'est pour cela que son 'Fortalicium' pèut ètre classé dans une bibliothèque kabbalistique" (Caillet). Part 3, on the inquities of the Jews, is a veritable encyclopaedia of mediaeval antisemitic libel, containing numbered lists of Jewish "cruelties" and refutations of the Jews' supposed an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2017-12-05 16:58:07
Institoris, Heinrich
Speyer, Peter Drach, vor April 1487. 129 Bll. (ohne das letzte weiße Blatt). 48 Zeilen, 2 Spalten, gotische Type. Rubriziert; Lombarden in rot und blau, gelegentlich mit Federwerk, Absatzmarken zu Kapitelbeginn, einige Majuskeln hervorgehoben. Weißer Pappband des 19. Jhs. mit gedr. Rückenschildchen. In maßgefertigter grüner Maroquinkassette. Folio (215 x 294 mm). Editio princeps des berüchtigten "Hexenhammers", der die Methode des Strafverfahrens gegen Hexen darlegt und, von der neuen Technik des Buchdrucks beflügelt, wesentlich zum frühneuzeitlichen Hexenwahn beitrug. "The most important and most sinister work on demonology ever written. It crystallized into a fiercely stringent code previous folklore about black magic with church dogma on heresy, and, if any one work could, opened the floodgates of the inquisitorial hysteria [... it was] the source, inspiration, and quarry for all subsequent treatises on witchcraft" (Robbins, Encyclopaedia of Witchcraft and Demonology). Das Werk durchlief bis 1520 wenigstens 13 Ausgaben, denen zwischen 1574 und 1669 nicht weniger als 16 weitere folgten; Übersetzungen ins Deutsche, Französische und Englische machten es zum in ganz Europa bekannten Handbuch. Vollständige Exemplare der Erstausgabe sind selten. - Vorderdeckel angestaubt; die ersten drei Textseiten etwas fleckig; das letzte bedr. Blatt mit sorgfältig restauriertem Einriss. Insgesamt ein bemerkenswert schönes, sauberes Exemplar aus der berühmten Donaueschinger Fürstenberg-Bibliothek mit deren gedr. Rückenschildchen und Signatur "298" (auf Bl. 1 recto in Bleistift wiederholt). - … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2017-11-29 21:45:27
CAPRONI GUASTI, Timina - BERTARELLI, Achille
1487. Milano, Museo Caproni, Edizioni d'Arte E. Bestetti, 1938. In folio  (cm. 40,5); pp. (12),  IV, 184, (4); + 174 tavole. Bella legatura originale in mezza pergamena a 4 nervi con fregi e titolo in oro; piatti illustrati; taglio superiore dorato. ASTUCCIO originale in cartone rigido decorato. Con la lettera in facsimile della Reale Accademia d'Italia a  Donna Timina Caproni Guasti. Ottima copia stampata su carta pesante. Astuccio con lievi abrasioni, ma molto robusto. Prima edizione di questo fondamentale testo sull'Aeronautica con dettagliata bibliografia fino al 1875  compilata da G. Boffito e con una preziosa raccolta iconografica. Axs
Bookseller: Libreria Bongiorno Paolo [IT]
2017-11-28 11:13:06
ANGELUS de Clavasio,
Geirgius Arrivabene,, Venedig. Venedig, Geirgius Arrivabene, 1487, 22. Oktober. Quart. Titelblatt, (5), 354, (10) gezählte Blätter. ( vier letzten Blätter Register ergänzt) Gebunden in gut erhaltenem Pergamentband des 16. Jahrhunderts. Seltene Inkunabel der zweiten Ausgabe eines der berühmtesten Kirchenbüchers des Spätmittelalters! Berühmt wurde der "Beichtspiegel" auch deshalb, weil der Reformator Martin Luther auch die Summa Angelica als verfluchte päpstliche Literatur in das Feuer warf, das er als Zeichen des Protestes gegen die Kirche und den Papst entfacht hatte. Angelus Carletanus stammte aus Chiavasso, daher auch sein Beiname "de Clavasio". Den größten Teils seines Lebens verbrachte er in Rom, wo er auch im Jahre 1495 verstorben ist. Seine von ihm selbst mit dem Namen "Summa Angelica" versehene "summa casuum conscientiae" wurde erstmals im Jahre 1486 ediert. Es ist ein nach Schlagworten, alphabetisch geordnetes Compendium, das dem Geistlichen und wohl auch dem Laien, die in der Kirche rechtsprechende Tätigkeit ausgeübt hatten, Überblick gaben. Die rechtliche Position der Kirche zu Fragen des täglichen Lebens der Gläubigen standen durchaus im Vordergrund, es waren aber auch seelsorgerische Elemente angesprochen. Angelus de Clavasio wendet sich im Vorwort ausdrücklich an einen juristisch (vor-)gebildeten Kreis, ohne jedoch die moraltheologische Absicht leugnen zu wollen. Das Stichwort- und auch das Autorenverzeichnis unterscheidet sich kaum von der kanonistischen, das Literaturverzeichnis nicht einmal von der legistischen dieser Zeit: Institutiones, Digestum Vetus, Inf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Vico Verlag und Antiquariat Dr. Otto [Frankfurt am Main, Germany]
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2017-11-24 20:13:04
Vegetius Renatus, Flavius.
Rom, Eucharius Silber, 29. Januar 1487. Frühe Inkunabelausgabe dieses um 400 n. Chr. geschriebenen und erstmals in Utrecht um 1473 gedruckten Handbuches der Kriegskunde, „das die Gebiete der militär. Organisation, der Taktik, des Belagerungswesens u. der Seekriegsführung umfaßte. Das Buch entsprang patriotischer Begeisterung; die Darstellung beruht auf guten Quellen [.] der Stärkung der Verteidigungskraft sollte sein Werk dienen [.]" (Volpi S. 648f.). - Kleiner zeitgen. Namenszug am ersten Blatt. Zwei kl. Wurmlöcher im Unterrand, Ein Blatt mit hinterl. Randeinriß. Vereinzelt gering fleckig. - Insgesamt schönes und breitrandiges Exemplar auf starkem Papier. - GW M49495; Hain/C. 15913; Goff S343 (A); Klebs 1019.4; BSB-Ink V-62; Proctor 3824; BMC IV, 107; IA 18862; ISTC iv00106500. la Gewicht in Gramm: 500 4°. 58 nn. Bll. (Rom. Type, 33 Zeilen, Min. f. Initialen), Mod. HLdr. m. goldgepr. Rückentitel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
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2017-11-01 13:39:09
Antique print, titled: 'Georgius Macropedius.' - Georgius Macropedius (Gemert; 1487-1558), also known as Joris van Lanckvelt, was a Dutch humanist, schoolmaster and 'the greatest Latin playwright of the 16th century'. This item is framed. Etching / engraving on handlaid paper. Description: This rare plate originates from "Virorum Doctorum de disciplinis benemerentium Effigies XLIIII.", Antwerp, P. Gallaeus, 1572. Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Philips Galle' after own design. Philip (or Philips) Galle (Haarlem 1537 - Antwerp 1612) was a Dutch publisher, engraver and designer. He is mainly known for publishing Old Master prints, reproductive engravings of paintings. Condition: Very good, given age. Framed, not inspected outside frame. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: frames The overall size is ca. 4.5 x 6.1 inch. The image size is ca. 4.3 x 5.9 inch. The overall size is ca. 11.5 x 15.4 cm. The image size is ca. 11 x 15 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-25 15:54:29
ANGELUS de Clavasio,
Geirgius Arrivabene,, Venedig, 1487 - Venedig, Geirgius Arrivabene, 1487, 22. Oktober. Quart. Titelblatt, (5), 354, (10) gezählte Blätter. ( vier letzten Blätter Register ergänzt) Gebunden in gut erhaltenem Pergamentband des 16. Jahrhunderts. Seltene Inkunabel der zweiten Ausgabe eines der berühmtesten Kirchenbüchers des Spätmittelalters! Berühmt wurde der "Beichtspiegel" auch deshalb, weil der Reformator Martin Luther auch die Summa Angelica als verfluchte päpstliche Literatur in das Feuer warf, das er als Zeichen des Protestes gegen die Kirche und den Papst entfacht hatte. Angelus Carletanus stammte aus Chiavasso, daher auch sein Beiname "de Clavasio". Den größten Teils seines Lebens verbrachte er in Rom, wo er auch im Jahre 1495 verstorben ist. Seine von ihm selbst mit dem Namen "Summa Angelica" versehene "summa casuum conscientiae" wurde erstmals im Jahre 1486 ediert. Es ist ein nach Schlagworten, alphabetisch geordnetes Compendium, das dem Geistlichen und wohl auch dem Laien, die in der Kirche rechtsprechende Tätigkeit ausgeübt hatten, Überblick gaben. Die rechtliche Position der Kirche zu Fragen des täglichen Lebens der Gläubigen standen durchaus im Vordergrund, es waren aber auch seelsorgerische Elemente angesprochen. Angelus de Clavasio wendet sich im Vorwort ausdrücklich an einen juristisch (vor-)gebildeten Kreis, ohne jedoch die moraltheologische Absicht leugnen zu wollen. Das Stichwort- und auch das Autorenverzeichnis unterscheidet sich kaum von der kanonistischen, das Literaturverzeichnis nicht einmal von der legistischen dieser Zeit: Institutiones, Digestum Vet … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Vico Verlag und Antiquariat Dr. Otto [Germany]
2017-10-16 11:45:24
Alphonsus de Spina.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-09-28 09:15:32
AUGUSTINE, St
Rubricated in red throughout. 4to. [207] leaves (of 208, lacking the final blank). Gothic letter, double columns, 50 lines and headline. Late 19th/ early 20th century leather backed polished wooden boards, leather strap (restored at head of spine).
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2017-09-27 05:35:57
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-09-18 20:48:23
Marchesinus, Johannes.
Straßburg, [Martin Flach], 1487. Erste bei Martin Flach gedruckte Ausgabe dieses spätmittelalterlichen, von Luther verdammten „Lehrbuches für Cleriker, in welchem alle in der hl. Schrift und im kirchlichen Stundengebet vorkommenden schwierigen Worte etymologisch und grammatikalisch erläutert werden" (Wetzer/W. VIII, 586). - Einband tlw. leicht berieben bzw. bestoßen. Schließe fehlt. Titelblatt mit Randläsuren, aufgezogen u. (wie auch das Vorsatzbl.) mit mehreren Besitzvermerken bzw. Einträgen u. einem kleinen Exlibris. Wenige Bll. mit Randdefekten ohne Textberührung. Vereinzelte alte Marginalien. Etw. wurmstichig u. tlw. etw. gebräunt, fleckig bzw. wasserrandig. - GW M20808; Hain/C. 10566; BMC I, 148; Feigelmanas 289; Goff M-248; Pellechet 7543; Proctor 674; ISTC im00248000. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 4°. Mit rot eingemalten Initialen. 32 nn. (das letzte weiß), 285 num. Bll. (ohne das letzte weiße; Got. Typ., 2 Kol., 37 Zeilen), Späterer blindgepr. Ldr.-Bd. aus älterem Material auf 3 Bünden über Holzdeckeln mit Metallbeschlägen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2017-08-28 16:12:50
Bonaventura, S
Philippe Pigouchet,, PARIS, 1487. 72 pages. Laer limp vellum binding. Repaires to the outer margings of the title page. Rubricated. Very rare. 11 copies worldwide. None in the US, not known by Hain or Goff. ib00895300
Bookseller: Konstantinopel ANTIQUARIAN BOOKSELLERS. [ENSCHEDE, Netherlands]
2017-08-10 16:35:18
MAFFRET, [Johann]
1487 1st printing Meffret Sermons de Sanctis Hortulus Reginae Incunabula Kesler A BEAUTIFUL English 16th-c Binding w/ Tudor Rose “In Paradise, nothing which hath life can come to death; nor need we marvel at this; for in Ireland, as we know, is an island wherein the bodies of the dead decay not; and another island wherin men cannot die.” Meffret, Sive Hortulus Reginae Johann Meffret was a 15th-century German preacher who managed great popularity and hose sermons have been thought as well-learned to some and a blatant heretic to others. He delivered 225 sermons over the course of his ministry. He preached on original sin, the holiness of Virgin Mary, and even though his publishers (both Kesler and Koberger) refuted many of his opinions. Little else is known of Meffret other than he flourished between 1440-1445. This 1487 first printing of ‘Sive Hortulus Reginae’ is an exceedingly rare and desirable incunabula collection of sermons and articles ranging from theology to medicine. (Treadgold, 82). This portion of the work, ‘de Sanctis’ is the third portion of the work, however, it is a stand-alone complete work in itself. It also includes the work of other authors such as Johann Heynlin, whose ‘Premonition of Sermons on the Virgin Mary’ is included. While the more well-known publisher Koberger did print this same work in 1487, his printing did not appear until a month later. (Proctor 2059). The binding on this Swiss printing is an ornately stamped 16th-century English leather covered boards. It consists of stamps of the Tudor Rose, a common stamp of the London binder John Reyne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2017-07-23 10:25:57
CARCANO, MICHAEL DE
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-07-23 10:25:57
CARCANO, MICHAEL DE
Venetiis: Nicholai Franckfort [Nicolaus de Frankfordia], 11 December 1487. This attractively priced incunable in a contemporary binding contains a collection of sermons by one of the few 15th century authors to have his works printed during his lifetime. First published in 1476, the sermons on penitence here were produced by a popular preacher from an aristocratic Milanese family, Franciscan brother Michael de Carcano (1427-84). He delivered sermons over a period of nearly 30 years in most of the major cities of northern and central Italy, including Florence, Milan, Mantua, Bologna, Venice, and Perugia. His homilies were noteworthy in that they touched on social themes such as the establishment of hospitals and were on occasion the cause of public disorder, a fact that led to our preacher's being banished from both the duchy of Milan and the Venetian republic. BMC suggests that Nicolaus de Frankfordia was more a publisher than a printer, first providing financial backing to Venetian printer Franciscus Renner from 1473 to 1477, and later owning, if not operating, a press in his own name from 1481 to 1489.. 230 x 150 mm. (9 x 6"). 2 p.l., 221, [1] leaves (final blank; quire F bound out of order but complete). Double columns, 50 lines in gothic type. Contemporary Venetian blind-stamped calf over thick wooden boards, covers ruled in blind and stamped with leafy and floral tools, raised bands, hand-lettered vellum label, brass catchplates (straps lacking), pastedowns of 15th century paper manuscript leaves (older repairs to head and tail of spine). Opening of text with pleas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
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2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 20:17:23
Institoris, Heinrich.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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