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2020-05-26 10:08:39
POPE BONFACIUS VIII & POPE CLEMENS V
Strasbourg: Reinhard Grüninger, 1491. CONDITIONS: Small tear to a1 of first work professionally restored on verso without loss, some small wormholes and faint marginal staining, original clasps missing, binding lightly rubbed, a few splits in leather, but in general a fine copy, internally very clean and perfectly preserved, of an interesting and rare edition of a precious collection of two among the most important and well-known legal work of that time. Two fundamental works of Canon Law in one single volume in a fine contemporary binding Fully rubricated im red and blue both volumes not in BMC - Only 4 copies in USA libraries Pope Bonfacius VIII (Benedetto Gaetano). Liber sextus Decretalium [With:] Johannes Andreae. Super arboribus consanguinitatis et affinitatis. Strasbourg: Johann Reinhard Grüninger, 14 February 1491. [Bound with:] Pope Clemens V, (Raimundus Bertrandi del Goth). Constitutiones. Strasbourg: Johann Reinhard Grüninger, 19 March 1491. Two works in one volume, royal folio (408 x 279mm), Contemporary blindstamped leather over wooden boards, vol. I ff. 98, vol. II ff. 53 (of 54, lacking final blank). Signature: Vol. I a⁸bc⁶d⁸e⁶f⁸gh⁶i⁸kl⁶m-o⁸, Vol. II: A⁸B-E⁶FG⁸H⁶ Nice incunable edition by the renowned Strasburg Printer Johann Reinhard Grüninger printed in red and black, rubricated in red and blue The Liber Sextus Decretalium, part of the Corpus Juris Canonici, is a collection of regulations of canon law promulgated with the bull Sacrosanctae on 3 March 1298 by Pope Boniface VIII to integrate the Liber Extra, (the Decretalium by Pope Gregorius IX) with the new … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bibliofind Rare Books (bibliofind) [Bagnols en Forêt, France]
2020-04-26 08:31:17
1491. Ottimo esemplare in legatura da amatore della rinomata edizione del 1692, illustrata con decine di incisioni rame. FOLENGO Teofilo, (Mantova 1491 - Campese di Bassano 1544) O P U S MERLINI COCAII POETAE MANTUANI MACARONICORUM. Totum in pristinam formam per me Magistrum Acqua- rium Lodolam optimè redactum, in his infrà notatis titulis divisum. ZANITONELLA PHANTASIAE Macaronicon, MOSCHEAE Facetus Liber LIBELLUS epistolarum, & epigrammatum ... AMSTERDAM (ma probabilmente NAPOLI) Apud Abrahamum a Someren 1692 Un volume in ottavo (cm. 15 x 10,5) di pagine (32), 419, (5). Al frontespizio un fiorone xilografico; in antiporta il ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame, e nel testo 26 illustrazioni a mezza pagina finemente incise in rame all'acquaforte; nel testo molte iniziali e fregi xilografici. SPLENDIDA LEGATURA DA AMATORE del secolo scorso (Gozzi - Modena), in pieno marocchino testa di moro a grana lunga con il titolo e la data di stampa impressi in oro al dorso a cinque nervi suddiviso in sei scomparti delimitati da filetti a secco; filetti a secco al contorno dei piatti; dentella interna; perfetta. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE, in condizioni di particolare freschezza, con le incisioni in ottima morsura. RARO, in queste condizioni. Una delle più belle edizioni delle opere maccheroniche del Folengo, da sempre ricercata dai bibliofili per la bellezza della stampa e del ricco ed elegante apparato illustrativo. Secondo il Renouard le indicazioni tipografiche sarebbero false, e si tratterebbe di un libro stampato a Napoli (vedi Renouard, Catalo- gue de la bibliothéque d'un amateur. III: Bel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-04-25 10:20:08
POPE BONFACIUS VIII & POPE CLEMENS V
Strasbourg: Johann Reinhard Grüninger, 1491. CONDITIONS: Small tear to a1 of first work professionally restored on verso without loss, some small wormholes and faint marginal staining, original clasps missing, binding lightly rubbed, a few splits in leather, but in general a fine copy, internally very clean and perfectly preserved, of an interesting and rare edition of a precious collection of two among the most important and well-known legal work of that time. Two fundamental works of Canon Law in one single volume in a fine contemporary binding Fully rubricated im red and blue both volumes not in BMC - Only 4 copies in USA libraries Pope Bonfacius VIII (Benedetto Gaetano). Liber sextus Decretalium [With:] Johannes Andreae. Super arboribus consanguinitatis et affinitatis. Strasbourg: Johann Reinhard Grüninger, 14 February 1491. [Bound with:] Pope Clemens V, (Raimundus Bertrandi del Goth). Constitutiones. Strasbourg: Johann Reinhard Grüninger, 19 March 1491. Two works in one volume, royal folio (408 x 279mm), Contemporary blindstamped leather over wooden boards, vol. I ff. 98, vol. II ff. 53 (of 54, lacking final blank). Signature: Vol. I a⁸bc⁶d⁸e⁶f⁸gh⁶i⁸kl⁶m-o⁸, Vol. II: A⁸B-E⁶FG⁸H⁶ Nice incunable edition by the renowned Strasburg Printer Johann Reinhard Grüninger printed in red and black, rubricated in red and blue The Liber Sextus Decretalium, part of the Corpus Juris Canonici, is a collection of regulations of canon law promulgated with the bull Sacrosanctae on 3 March 1298 by Pope Boniface VIII to integrate the Liber Extra, (the Decretalium by Pope Gregorius IX) with t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 0124jprevert [Bagnols en Forêt, France]
2020-04-20 11:01:11
Condition: Very Good. Very Good condition! The " 1491" Book's cover has an issue with the cover on the upper right hand corner. (Keep in mind that we do our best to disclose all imperfections. But we may miss some, not intentionally though. Please see pictures for condition and read all descriptions). Lot of Two Books: "Collapse" By Jared Diamond And "1491" By Charles C. Mann! I am including two books in this lot: "Collapse" And "1491 " We welcome you to email us to ask us questions about this item and we are willing to take extra pictures to clarify anything. Keep in mind that if the item is returned, please return the item in its original condition. We only refund the cost of the item. The return shipping will be up to the buyer! Stored in a pet/smoke free home and sterilized home! At this time we are not doing international shipping!
Bookseller: nikki [Sacramento, California, US]
2020-03-29 08:29:08
1491. Ottimo esemplare in legatura da amatore della rinomata edizione del 1692, illustrata con decine di incisioni rame. FOLENGO Teofilo, (Mantova 1491 - Campese di Bassano 1544) O P U S MERLINI COCAII POETAE MANTUANI MACARONICORUM. Totum in pristinam formam per me Magistrum Acqua- rium Lodolam optimè redactum, in his infrà notatis titulis divisum. ZANITONELLA PHANTASIAE Macaronicon, MOSCHEAE Facetus Liber LIBELLUS epistolarum, & epigrammatum ... AMSTERDAM (ma probabilmente NAPOLI) Apud Abrahamum a Someren 1692 Un volume in ottavo (cm. 15 x 10,5) di pagine (32), 419, (5). Al frontespizio un fiorone xilografico; in antiporta il ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame, e nel testo 26 illustrazioni a mezza pagina finemente incise in rame all'acquaforte; nel testo molte iniziali e fregi xilografici. SPLENDIDA LEGATURA DA AMATORE del secolo scorso (Gozzi - Modena), in pieno marocchino testa di moro a grana lunga con il titolo e la data di stampa impressi in oro al dorso a cinque nervi suddiviso in sei scomparti delimitati da filetti a secco; filetti a secco al contorno dei piatti; dentella interna; perfetta. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE, in condizioni di particolare freschezza, con le incisioni in ottima morsura. RARO, in queste condizioni. Una delle più belle edizioni delle opere maccheroniche del Folengo, da sempre ricercata dai bibliofili per la bellezza della stampa e del ricco ed elegante apparato illustrativo. Secondo il Renouard le indicazioni tipografiche sarebbero false, e si tratterebbe di un libro stampato a Napoli (vedi Renouard, Catalo- gue de la bibliothéque d'un amateur. III: Bel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, IT]
2020-03-27 20:40:06
1491. Ottimo esemplare in legatura da amatore della rinomata edizione del 1692, illustrata con decine di incisioni rame. FOLENGO Teofilo, (Mantova 1491 - Campese di Bassano 1544) O P U S MERLINI COCAII POETAE MANTUANI MACARONICORUM. Totum in pristinam formam per me Magistrum Acqua- rium Lodolam optimè redactum, in his infrà notatis titulis divisum. ZANITONELLA PHANTASIAE Macaronicon, MOSCHEAE Facetus Liber LIBELLUS epistolarum, & epigrammatum ... AMSTERDAM (ma probabilmente NAPOLI) Apud Abrahamum a Someren 1692 Un volume in ottavo (cm. 15 x 10,5) di pagine (32), 419, (5). Al frontespizio un fiorone xilografico; in antiporta il ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame, e nel testo 26 illustrazioni a mezza pagina finemente incise in rame all'acquaforte; nel testo molte iniziali e fregi xilografici. SPLENDIDA LEGATURA DA AMATORE del secolo scorso (Gozzi - Modena), in pieno marocchino testa di moro a grana lunga con il titolo e la data di stampa impressi in oro al dorso a cinque nervi suddiviso in sei scomparti delimitati da filetti a secco; filetti a secco al contorno dei piatti; dentella interna; perfetta. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE, in condizioni di particolare freschezza, con le incisioni in ottima morsura. RARO, in queste condizioni. Una delle più belle edizioni delle opere maccheroniche del Folengo, da sempre ricercata dai bibliofili per la bellezza della stampa e del ricco ed elegante apparato illustrativo. Secondo il Renouard le indicazioni tipografiche sarebbero false, e si tratterebbe di un libro stampato a Napoli (vedi Renouard, Catalo- gue de la bibliothéque d'un amateur. III: Bel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, IT]
2020-02-15 09:52:05
DANTE
data di stampa al colophon 18 novembre 1491. In-folio (mm 296x209), ff. 302 (di cui le carte 12-321 numerate da 11-316, con alcuni errori). Segnatura: a10, AA4, B-Z8, a-q8, r6. Carattere tondo per il testo, che è incorniciato dal commento in corpo minore. Numerosi capilettera silografici ornati su fondo nero. Illustrato da 100 vignette xilografiche (ognuna di mm 83x85 all'inizio di ogni Canto) . Segno distintivo di questa edizione è l'apposizione di maiuscole a margine del testo che rimandano alla tabula posta prima dell'inizio del testo. Le cantiche terminano a c. 315r; le importanti Canzoni di Dante sono poste su 3 colonne nelle ultime 9 pagine non numerate. Legatura in piena pergamena posteriore rigida del '700 con titolo in oro su tassello, tagli spruzzati. Ex libris N.D. March. de Dionysijs. Diverse chiose marginali coeve ed eleganti evidenziature in verticale e sottolineature . Esemplare nel complesso fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Alcune sporadiche macchiette . Il primo foglio anticamente rifoderato sul recto bianco e con tassello cartaceo nel margine inferiore "comentato da Cristoforo Landino 1491" . Gli 8 fogli compresi tra X4 e Y3 sono interessati da una macchia di grasso che è più significativa nei soli 3 fogli centrali. Opera di estrema bellezza iconografica e di eccellente impaginazione. Tredicesima edizione della Commedia, la quarta illustrata e la seconda col commento di Landino rivisto da Piero da Fighine, da considerarsi tra le piu importanti in assoluto, in quanto comprende ben quindici Canzoni di Dante mai stampate prima, oltre al … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2020-02-14 13:59:33
DANTE
data di stampa al colophon 18 novembre 1491. In-folio (mm 296x209), ff. 302 (di cui le carte 12-321 numerate da 11-316, con alcuni errori). Segnatura: a10, AA4, B-Z8, a-q8, r6. Carattere tondo per il testo, che è incorniciato dal commento in corpo minore. Numerosi capilettera silografici ornati su fondo nero. Illustrato da 100 vignette xilografiche (ognuna di mm 83x85 all'inizio di ogni Canto) . Segno distintivo di questa edizione è l'apposizione di maiuscole a margine del testo che rimandano alla tabula posta prima dell'inizio del testo. Le cantiche terminano a c. 315r; le importanti Canzoni di Dante sono poste su 3 colonne nelle ultime 9 pagine non numerate. Legatura in piena pergamena posteriore rigida del '700 con titolo in oro su tassello, tagli spruzzati. Ex libris N.D. March. de Dionysijs. Diverse chiose marginali coeve ed eleganti evidenziature in verticale e sottolineature . Esemplare nel complesso fresco ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Alcune sporadiche macchiette . Il primo foglio anticamente rifoderato sul recto bianco e con tassello cartaceo nel margine inferiore "comentato da Cristoforo Landino 1491" . Gli 8 fogli compresi tra X4 e Y3 sono interessati da una macchia di grasso che è più significativa nei soli 3 fogli centrali. Opera di estrema bellezza iconografica e di eccellente impaginazione. Tredicesima edizione della Commedia, la quarta illustrata e la seconda col commento di Landino rivisto da Piero da Fighine, da considerarsi tra le piu importanti in assoluto, in quanto comprende ben quindici Canzoni di Dante mai stampate prima, oltre al … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2020-02-02 10:54:52
Bossus 1st
Florence: 1491. 90 leaves dialogue proper is complete . Sig. A-k8, l10. 26 lines to a page. possibly lacking the final blank leaf, leaves a1 thru a4 in facsimile [a1 is blank], a5 and a6 with heavy stain in center [photo] and somewhat brittle from an early repair; l6 thru l9 have paper repairs to outer leaf margins, not touching the text; bound in somewhat later marbled paper-covered boards with leather corners and backstrip; light age spotting, some residual evidence of the water . some staining on the margins of the last leaves. Matthaeus BOSSUS; Angelo AMBROGINI, Poliziano. Begin. [Fol. 2 recto:] Angelus Politianus Laurentio Medici Patrono Suo. S., etc. [fol. 3 recto:] Matthaei Bossi Veronensis canonici regularis ad Timotheum Veron. , de veris ac salutaribus animi gaudiis. Prohoemium foliciter incipit. [Fol. 5 recto:] Inter Matthaeum Veron. et Seraphim Patauum canonici regulares de veris ac salutaribus animi gaudiis dialogus incipit. Impressit Franciscus Bonaccursius: Florentiae, Sexto Idus Februararii [Feb. 8], 1491. First ever edition of this remarkable PLATONIC dialogue on the true joys on the soul citing a myriad of sources from ancient Greece, Rome and the Latin and Greek Fathers. This author was a friend of Angelo Poliziano and Lorenzo Di Medici, the former of whom, after visiting the monasteryw with his friend Pico Mirandola where the author was abbot, sent a letter of recommendation to the great renaissance art patron stating "cuius materia et stilusque nos ita cepit ut quamdiu quidem legebamus facile auctoris praesentia careremus. Eum igitur ego dialogum mitto … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: archaeus91 [Staten Island, New York, US]
2020-01-18 19:48:10
1491. RISTAMPA TRATTATO DI ARITMETICA LORENZO IL MAGNIFICO - Custodito presso la Biblioteca Riccardiana di Firenze. Ms. Ricc. 2669. • Il codice consta di 230 miniature in oro e argento, realizzate dal geniale artista Pedro Berruguete - pittore della corte di Castiglia di Giovanna La Pazza e Filippo il Bello - e dal laboratorio di Sandro Botticelli. • Codice commissionato da Lorenzo de Medici per l'educazione nelle arti della Banca e Commercio di suo fratello Giuliano. • Il testo del manoscritto è stato attribuito a Filippo Calandri, sulla base di un incunabolo pubblicato a Firenze nel 1491. • Codice rilegato in velluto blu con decorazioni e fermagli in argento. • Edizione unica e limitata a 999 esemplari numerati e autenticati con atto notarile.
Bookseller: massimino6 [Monteforte Irpino, IT]
2020-01-15 05:36:08
Petrus Lombardus ( - Bonaventura)
Nürnberg, A. Koberger (nach dem 2. März 1491). Fünf Teile in drei Bänden. Bd. 1: Teile I und V, Bd. 2: Teil II, Bd. 3: Teile III und IV. Text so in allen Teilen komplett. Folio. [Teil I:] a 8-b-z 6-6, (Lagen mit Sonderzeichen) 6, t6, aa - ee 6, ff 10, gg 6. [Teil II:] Aa 8, Bb - Zz 8, Aaa-Ttt 6, V 6-1. [Teil III:] A 8-1, B-Z 6, Aa-Ll 6, Mm 8, Nn 4. Teil IV: a-b 8, c-z 6, A-S 6, T - V 8, X 6. [Teil V:] a 8 b-q 6 [1], 6 [2], 8-1. Bd. 1: 204; 110 nicht numm. Bll. (von 111: ohne das letzte weiße). Bd. 2: 259 nicht numm. Bll. (von 260: ohne das letzte weiße; das erste weiße er-halten). Bd. 3: 217 nicht numm. Bll. (von 218: ohne das erste weiße); 272 nicht numm. Bll. Got. Typen. Teil 1 mit großer Eingangsinitiale in Rot, Blau und Grün, gefüllt mit reichem geometri-schem Dekor und mit Randausläufern versehen. Durchgehend kleinere rote und bzw. blaue Initialen eingemalt und in den gleichen Farben rubriziert. Teile III (Fol. A 2 recto) und IV (Fol. a 2 recto) mit je einer Vollminiatur (kolorierte Federzeichnungen) in Gold und Farben (Rot, Blau, Grün- und Braunabstufungen; vielleicht von zwei Händen). Da der Platz, der für eine große Initiale vorgesehen war, durch die Miniatur belegt wurde, ist am linken Rand neben der ersten Textzeile je eine Initiale in Gold und Rot in einem rhombischen Feld eingemalt; das Feld in Blau und Rot. Teil V mit mehrzeiliger Eingangsinitiale in Blau, Rot und Grün, gefüllt mit geometrischem Dekor und mit Rankenwerk versehen. Kleinere Initialen über wiegend in Rot, wenige in Blau eingemalt, durchgehend in Rot rubriziert. Bd. 1: Mittelbraunes Leder um 1900 ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
2020-01-10 00:33:35
Plutarch
Venice, Giunta. Illustrated Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. PLUTARCH LIVES Plutarchi Vitae 1491 Venice 1ST ILLUSTRATED ED COMPLETE; FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF PLUTARCH'S LIVES RARE INCUNABLE THE 1491 FIRST ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF PLUTARCHS LIVES PRINTED AT VENICE FOR GIUNTA, COMPLETE, AND ADORNED WITH TWO GLORIOUS FULL-PAGE WOODCUT TITLES: THESEUS BATTLING THE MINOTAUR WITH ARIADNE LOOKING ON; AND AN ALLEGORICAL DEPICTION OF CIMON IN PRISON OBSERVING CIMON IN HIS GLORY ON HORSEBACK. VANISHINGLY RARE ON THE MARKET. COMPLETE IN ALL RESPECTS. The opening woodcut of Theseus, in particular, is considered one of the finest woodcuts produced in Venice during the 15th century. It is thought that the artist who designed the woodcuts in this volume may have been the same who designed the woodcuts for the Decamerone of 1491. THE RARE, FAMOUS, BEAUTIFUL AND HIGHLY DESIRABLE 1491 ILLUSTRATED EDITION OF THE PLUTARCHI VITAE (PLUTARCHS PARALLEL LIVES OF THE FAMOUS GREEKS AND ROMANS, OR VITAE PARALLELAE ILLUSTRIUM VIRORUM GRAECORUM ET ROMANORUM), PRINTED IN 1491 IN LARGE FOLIO AT VENICE BY GIOVANNI RAGAZZO FOR LUCANTONIO GIUNTA, TWO PARTS IN ONE, ADORNED WITH TWO EXTRAORDINARY FULL-PAGE WOODCUT ILLUSTRATIONS SERVING AS THE INCIPIT LEAVES FOR EACH PART, THE FIRST SHOWING THESEUS BATTLING THE MINOTAUR, THE SECOND SHOWING CIMON IN PRISON AND ON HORSEBACK, FURTHER ADORNED THROUGHOUT WITH INHABITED WOODCUT INITIALS AND WITH 16TH CENTURY MANUSCRIPT MARGINAL ANNOTATIONS AND GLOSSES, BOTH PARTS COMPLETE IN ALL RESPECTS, TOTALING 290 LEAVES (as called for) WITH 63 LINES OF ROMAN TYPE PLUS A HEADLINE … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookbid [Beverly Hills, California, US]
2020-01-02 23:13:03
Inkunabelblatt
Augsburg, Johann Bämler, 1491. Hain 4038; GW 5668; Schreiber 3649. - Textblatt der Szene mit Moses und der Übergabe der Gesetzestafeln durch Gottvater Darumb was Got thut das thut er uns zu de(n) besten . - In farbenfrohem Altkolorit ausgeführte Holzschnitt-Darstellung, im weissen Rand leicht gebräunt; unter Passepartout 8,5 x 10 cm (Bildgröße); 18,5 x 13,4 cm (Blattgröße)
Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH [Ottobrunn, Germany]
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2019-12-29 19:17:13
Petrus Lombardus ( - Bonaventura)
Nürnberg, A. Koberger (nach dem 2. März 1491). Fünf Teile in drei Bänden. Bd. 1: Teile I und V, Bd. 2: Teil II, Bd. 3: Teile III und IV. Text so in allen Teilen komplett. Folio. [Teil I:] a 8-b-z 6-6, (Lagen mit Sonderzeichen) 6, t6, aa - ee 6, ff 10, gg 6. [Teil II:] Aa 8, Bb - Zz 8, Aaa-Ttt 6, V 6-1. [Teil III:] A 8-1, B-Z 6, Aa-Ll 6, Mm 8, Nn 4. Teil IV: a-b 8, c-z 6, A-S 6, T - V 8, X 6. [Teil V:] a 8 b-q 6 [1], 6 [2], 8-1. Bd. 1: 204; 110 nicht numm. Bll. (von 111: ohne das letzte weiße). Bd. 2: 259 nicht numm. Bll. (von 260: ohne das letzte weiße; das erste weiße er-halten). Bd. 3: 217 nicht numm. Bll. (von 218: ohne das erste weiße); 272 nicht numm. Bll. Got. Typen. Teil 1 mit großer Eingangsinitiale in Rot, Blau und Grün, gefüllt mit reichem geometri-schem Dekor und mit Randausläufern versehen. Durchgehend kleinere rote und bzw. blaue Initialen eingemalt und in den gleichen Farben rubriziert. Teile III (Fol. A 2 recto) und IV (Fol. a 2 recto) mit je einer Vollminiatur (kolorierte Federzeichnungen) in Gold und Farben (Rot, Blau, Grün- und Braunabstufungen; vielleicht von zwei Händen). Da der Platz, der für eine große Initiale vorgesehen war, durch die Miniatur belegt wurde, ist am linken Rand neben der ersten Textzeile je eine Initiale in Gold und Rot in einem rhombischen Feld eingemalt; das Feld in Blau und Rot. Teil V mit mehrzeiliger Eingangsinitiale in Blau, Rot und Grün, gefüllt mit geometrischem Dekor und mit Rankenwerk versehen. Kleinere Initialen über wiegend in Rot, wenige in Blau eingemalt, durchgehend in Rot rubriziert. Bd. 1: Mittelbraunes Leder um 1900 ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
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2019-10-27 22:51:17
Ambrosius von Mailand
1491. VD16, A 2177 - Adams A-935 - BM STC German Books 25 (nur Band 1) - Hieronymus, Petri 14: "Die hier vorliegende Ausgabe ist erst der zweite Druck der Werke".- Einziges von Johann Petri allein gedrucktes Werk.- Ohne den 2. Band.- Das Register u. Vorwort vom Herausgeber Conradus Leontorius, der seit 1491 mit Reuchlin in regem Briefwechsel stand.- Der Titelholzschnitt v. Meister DS zeigt den Kirchenvater in seiner Studierstube. "Dieser nur vierzehn Jahre nach dem der Ausgabe Amerbachs von 1492 entstandenen Holzschnitt... für die neue Basler Gesamtausgabe seiner Schriften zeigt den fast radikalen Umbruch des Stils in der Basler Buchillustration um die Jahrhundertwende." (Hieronymus).- Titel mit hs. Besitzeintrag des Kapuzinerkloster in Salzburg, tls. etw. gebräunt, fleckig od. leicht wasserrandig, tls. mit kl. Randlsäuren, die beiden ersten Bll. v. Bd.1 mit Wurmgang. Ebd. etw. fleckig, 1 Rücken etw. aufgeplatzt. # "The present edition is only the second print of the works".- The only work printed by Johann Petri alone.- Without the 2nd volume.- The register and preface by the publisher Conradus Leontorius, who has been in frequent correspondence with Reuchlin since 1491.- The title woodcut by Master DS shows the church father in his study. "This fourteen years after the publication of Amerbach 's 1492 woodcut ... for the new complete edition of Basler' s writings shows the almost radical change of style in the turn of the century book illustration." (Hieronymus).- Title with handwritten ownership of the Kapuzinerkloster in Salzburg, partly a little bit browned, blotchy or … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller [Austria]
2019-10-12 02:43:52
Aristoteles, Johannes Versoris und Antonius Andreae
Köln, Heinrich Quentel / Leipzig, Wolfgang Stöckel, 1491. Zeitgenössischer Erfurter Schweinsleder-Einband über Holzdeckel mit reicher Blindprägung auf beiden Deckeln und Rücken. Unter den jeweils mehrfach verwendeten Stempeln befinden sich mehrere Blüten in verschiedenen Größen, ein Hirsch in einem Quadrat, ein Löwe in einem Quadrat, ein mit einem Pfeil durchbohrtes Herz in einer Raute und eine Lilie in einer Raute. Bei dem Binder könnte es sich um Erhard Herold handeln, welcher in Erfurt zwischen 1485 und 1529 nachgewiesen ist.Auf dem Vorsatz befindet sich der handschriftliche Kaufvermerk von Henricus Doring (Thuring) aus Deventer aus dem Jahre 1491. Doring kaufte den Band damals in Erfurt für die nicht geringe Summe von 1 Gulden und 10 neuen Groschen.Doring wurde WR 1487/1488 in Erfurt immatrikuliert, erwarb WR 1489/1490 das Bakkalariat und schließlich WR 1490/1491 den Magistergrad. Doring kaufte den Band offensichtlich kurz nach seiner Magisterprüfung. Auf dem Titel zur Politik des Aristoteles nennt er sich selbst bereits Magister. Viele weitere alte Landkarten, Graphiken und antiquarische Bücher in unserem ebay-shop! Wir kaufen auch an! [Inkunabel / Incunable / Sammelband] - Aristoteles, Johannes Versoris und Antonius Andreae: Bedeutender Inkunabel-Sammelband mit zahlreichen handschriftlichen Annotationen eines Erfurter Magisters aus dem Jahre 1491. // 1) Johannes Versoris – Quaestiones super libros Ethicorum Aristotelis. (Köln), Heinrich Quentel, 1491. CXXII Bll. - (ISTC IV00255000; GW M50232) // 2) Aristoteles – Oeconomica. (Übersetzer: Durandus de Alvernia. Kommentar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antike Original-Graphik (antiquariat-voelkel) [Seubersdorf, DE]
2019-10-11 12:28:58
Aristoteles, Johannes Versoris und Antonius Andreae:
Köln, Heinrich Quentel / Leipzig, Wolfgang Stöckel 1491-1492. Zeitgenössischer Erfurter Schweinsleder-Einband über Holzdeckel mit reicher Blindprägung auf beiden Deckeln und Rücken. Unter den jeweils mehrfach verwendeten Stempeln befinden sich mehrere Blüten in verschiedenen Größen, ein Hirsch in einem Quadrat, ein Löwe in einem Quadrat, ein mit einem Pfeil durchbohrtes Herz in einer Raute und eine Lilie in einer Raute. Bei dem Binder könnte es sich um Erhard Herold handeln, welcher in Erfurt zwischen 1485 und 1529 nachgewiesen ist. Auf dem Vorsatz befindet sich der handschriftliche Kaufvermerk von Henricus Doring (Thuring) aus Deventer aus dem Jahre 1491. Doring kaufte den Band damals in Erfurt für die nicht geringe Summe von 1 Gulden und 10 neuen Groschen. Doring wurde WR 1487/1488 in Erfurt immatrikuliert, erwarb WR 1489/1490 das Bakkalariat und schließlich WR 1490/1491 den Magistergrad. Doring kaufte den Band offensichtlich kurz nach seiner Magisterprüfung. Auf dem Titel zur Politik des Aristoteles nennt er sich selbst bereits Magister. Der Sammelband enthält sehr zahlreiche Annotationen von der Hand Dorings. Sein Interesse galt vor allem der Politik des Aristoteles. Hier ist der komplette Text mit sehr zahlreichen Kommentaren und interlinearen Zusätzen versehen. Weil trotz der breiten Ränder nicht genug Platz für alle seine Annotationen war, fügte Doring zusätzlich mehrere leere Blatt in A8 ein, und beschrieb diese ebenfalls beidseitig. Auf dem Titelblatt zur Politik formuliert Doring das Ziel seiner Arbeit: „Libri politicorum non modico labore glosati et commentati ex … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel GmbH [Seubersdorf, Germany]
2019-10-10 21:09:09
Aristoteles, Johannes Versoris und Antonius Andreae:
Köln, Heinrich Quentel / Leipzig, Wolfgang Stöckel 1491-1492. Zeitgenössischer Erfurter Schweinsleder-Einband über Holzdeckel mit reicher Blindprägung auf beiden Deckeln und Rücken. Unter den jeweils mehrfach verwendeten Stempeln befinden sich mehrere Blüten in verschiedenen Größen, ein Hirsch in einem Quadrat, ein Löwe in einem Quadrat, ein mit einem Pfeil durchbohrtes Herz in einer Raute und eine Lilie in einer Raute. Bei dem Binder könnte es sich um Erhard Herold handeln, welcher in Erfurt zwischen 1485 und 1529 nachgewiesen ist. Auf dem Vorsatz befindet sich der handschriftliche Kaufvermerk von Henricus Doring (Thuring) aus Deventer aus dem Jahre 1491. Doring kaufte den Band damals in Erfurt für die nicht geringe Summe von 1 Gulden und 10 neuen Groschen. Doring wurde WR 1487/1488 in Erfurt immatrikuliert, erwarb WR 1489/1490 das Bakkalariat und schließlich WR 1490/1491 den Magistergrad. Doring kaufte den Band offensichtlich kurz nach seiner Magisterprüfung. Auf dem Titel zur Politik des Aristoteles nennt er sich selbst bereits Magister. Der Sammelband enthält sehr zahlreiche Annotationen von der Hand Dorings. Sein Interesse galt vor allem der Politik des Aristoteles. Hier ist der komplette Text mit sehr zahlreichen Kommentaren und interlinearen Zusätzen versehen. Weil trotz der breiten Ränder nicht genug Platz für alle seine Annotationen war, fügte Doring zusätzlich mehrere leere Blatt in A8 ein, und beschrieb diese ebenfalls beidseitig. Auf dem Titelblatt zur Politik formuliert Doring das Ziel seiner Arbeit: „Libri politicorum non modico labore glosati … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel [Germany]
2019-09-28 14:27:08
MEYDENBACH, Jacob
Mainz: Jacob Meydenbach, 1491. 1491 Hortus Sanitatus Incunable WOODCUTS Herbal Medicine Botany Garden of HealthA substantial fragment of 56 incredible leaves from an incunable printing of "Hortus Sanitatis". This work, also known as "The Garden of Health," is the very first encyclopedia on natural history ever printed. It was published by Jacob Meydenbach in Mainz, Germany in 1491. It included various sections on animals, plants and herbs, birds, fish, stones, and urine. This book was important, not just for its articles on known plants and animals, but also on mythical creatures like dragons, harpies, and hydras. This impressive collection of leaves includes chapters from "De Herbis" and one leaf from "de Avibus" (plants, birds). Each leaf includes the original woodcut illustrations. A total of 48 woodcuts in this collection include shrubs, bulbs, leaves, roots, and flowers.Item number: #8834 Price: $2500MEYDENBACH, JacobHortus sanitatis...[Mainz, Jacob Meydenbach, 1491.]Details: · 56 leaves, folio· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Language: Latin· Size: ~12.5in X 8.5in (32cm x 22cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!8834
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [United States]
2019-09-22 20:12:59
1491. Escritura de venta real original, otorgada por Pedro Gomez Povedano, poder aviente por substitución de Andres Medina, Receptor del Valor de los bienes confiscados y aplicados a la Camera y Real fisco de Sus Magestades los Reyes Católicos, de lo que fueron condenados por inversión del delito de la heretica pravedad, a favor de Juan Sanchez vecino de la Villa de Baena, de unas casas pequeñas y una huerta con una haza junto con ella; las casa en la colación de Santiago fueron de Alonso Rodriguez Blanco y la huerta y la haza de Fernando Ruiz Agracejo, condenados en huesos por dicho delito. 8 hojas, 4 de ellas escritas, las cubiertas donde aparece el resumen son del año 1775, el documento es del 1491.
Bookseller: Librería García Prieto [Madrid, Spain]
2019-09-16 23:44:29
JOSEFO. (Flávio) e Alfonso Fernández de Palencia.
1491. PROLOGO DIRIGIDO ALA MUY ALTA Y MUY PODEROSA SEÑORA DONA YSABEL REYNA DE CASTILLA: Y LEON: DE ARAGON: Y DE CICILIA Y CETERA. POR EL SU HUMIL CRONISTA ALFONSO DE PALENCIA EN LA TRADUCION DE LOS SIETE LIBROS DE LA GUERRA JUDAYCA: Y DE LOS DOS LIBROS CONTRA APPION GRAMMATICO ALEXANDRINO ESCRIPTOS PRIMERO EM GRIEGO POR EL EXCELENTE HISTORIADOR JOSEPHO SACERDOTE DE LOS DE JHEREUSALEM. E TRANSLADADOS EN LATIN POR EL MUY ELOQUENTE PRESBYTERO RUFFINO PATRIARCHA DE AQUILEYA. E AGORA BUELTOS DE LATIN EN ROMANCE CASTELLANO POR EL MESMO CRONISTA. Sevilha, 1491-1492. 27 de Março. Meinardus Ungut & Stanislaus Polonus. De 29x21 cm. com [184] fólios. (a7, b-y8, z9). Encadernação do século XX, assinada Menard, com lombada e cantos em pele, nervos e ferros a ouro, o corte das folhas dourado à cabeça. Magnífica impressão incunabular sevilhana, impressa em letra gótica a duas colunas de 49 linhas, sem numeração, na qual se utilizaram duas cores nas colunas iníciais nos dois primeiros fólios (prólogo) e no fólio [160] início dos dois livros Contra Apion. Marca dos impressores no verso do último fólio. O texto dos sete livros da Guerra Judaica termina com um cólofon datado de 1491 e o texto dos dois livros Contra Apion apresenta um segundo cólofon datado de 1492, o que indica que a impressão se iniciou em 1491 e terminou a 27 de Março de 1492. Exemplar completo. Como todos os exemplares conhecidos não apresenta os dois fólios em branco no início e no fim. Com ex-libris de Joaquin de Arteaga-Lazcano, XVII duque del Infantado. Apresenta algumas anotações marginais coevas e alguns fólios com … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2019-09-02 13:48:39
WELTKARTE ( World ):
1491, 30,5 (Durchmesser) Shirley, Mapping of the World, Nr. 17 und Plate 23. Siehe auch BSB, Die Karte als Kunstwerk, Nr. 4 (f. d. Ausgabe 1475). Dekorative mittelalterliche "Mappa mundi" die erstmals 1475 in der bei Brandis in Lübeck gedruckten Ausgabe des "Rudimentum Novitorum" erschienen ist (Shirley 2). Die französische Übersetzung mit dem Titel "La Mer des Hystoires" erschien erstmals 1488/9 in Paris (f. die Karte siehe Shirley 15, Durchmesser 360 mm), und diese kleinere Ausgabe der Weltkarte 1491 in Lyon (sowie 1506 in einer 2. Ausgabe) und ab 1517 lassen sich mehrere Drucke in Paris nachweisen (bis 1555), hier wohl aus der 1517 gedruckten Ausgabe. Der Kartentypus wird im allgemeinen als T-O-Karte bezeichnet, Asien befindet sich in der oberen Kartenhälfte, Europa unten links und Afrika unten rechts, im Kartenzentrum Jerusalem. Im Gegensatz zu anderen Karten dieses Typs befindet sich am oberen Rand - also ganz im Osten der bekannten Welt - nicht das Paradies sondern zeigt zwei Männer in einem von einer Mauer umgebenen Garten, daraus entspringen die Flüsse der Welt. Shirley merkt an: "This may be the master and his Novice, source of rivers and all knowledge; alternatively according to H. Winter (Imago Mundi IX, 1952) they may represent '. two men of marvellous wisdom, Jew and Christian . united in love of God in one law and one road to wisdom'" (S. 1). Wie immer von zwei Holzblöcken gedruckt und noch nicht zusammen gesetzt, von ausgezeichneter Erhaltung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-08-29 16:44:45
David Kimhi
Neapoli, 1491. Neapoli. Sefer haShorashim, 1491, Neapoli. Author: David Kimhi. Publisher: Sonchino. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1491.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-08-25 10:33:51
Matthaeus BOSSUS; Angelo AMBROGINI, Poliziano.
Impressit Franciscus Bonaccursius: Florentiae, Sexto Idus Februarii [8 Feb.], 1491. WorldCat OCLC Number: 557983720. 90 leaves, the first and last blank. Sig. a-k8, l10. 26 lines to a page. possibly lacking the final blank leaf, leaves a1 thru a4 in facsimile [a1 is blank], a5 and a6 with heavy stain in center [photo] and somewhat brittle from an early repair; l6 thru l9 have paper repairs to outer leaf margins, not touching the text; bound in somewhat later marbled paper-covered boards with leather corners and backstrip; light age spotting, some residual evidence of the water staining that worked mainly on the first 6 leaves in the pages immediately following, but minor after a8; light pencil notes on front endpapers [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stony Hill Books [Madison, WI, U.S.A.]
2019-08-22 08:55:12
1491. Martin Schongauer - Die Passion Christi Martin Schongauer war der bedeutendste Kupferstecher vor Dürer und zugleich einer der hervorragendsten deutschen Maler der zweiten Hälfte des 15. Jahrhunderts. Einer Augsburger Familie entstammend, wuchs er in Colmar auf, arbeitete auch vorwiegend am Oberrhein und starb 1491 in Breisach. Vorübergehend muß er sich in den Nieder- landen aufgehalten haben, wo sich in der Begegnung mit den Meistern der flämischen Malerei seine Begabung für sichere Zeichnung, scharfe Beobachtung und klaren Bildaufbau entfaltete. Sein umfangreiches graphisches Werk machte ihn schon zu Lebzeiten weithin bekannt und wirkte in der nächsten Künstlergeneration noch über Deutschland hinaus. Der zu Beginn des 15. Jahrhunderts entstandene Kupferstich diente ursprünglich als Andachtsbild, Neujahrswunsch, Spielkarte u. a. und gab vor allem Vorlagen für Goldschmiede, Maler und Bildschni^er. Schongauer erhebt den Stich zum selbständigen Kunstwerk und ver^ wendet ihn fast ausschließlich zur Darstellung christlichen Inhalts. In seinen Kompositionen verschmilzt er die früher vielfach beziehungslos nebeneinander stehenden Bildelemente zu einer geschlossenen Bild- einheit. Martin Schongauers Leistung liegt innerhalb des gesamten Entwick- lungsprozesses der deutschen Kunst des 15. Jahrhunderts darin, daß er der von den Niederlanden und von Italien besonders erstrebten und in Deutschland sich langsam vollziehenden Vermenschlichung der christ- lichen Kunst entgegenwirkt durch die eindringliche Sichtbarmachung dets Übernatürlichen. Er erreicht das durch die Mittel der Kom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: kayzicktimo [Stolberg, DE]
2019-08-20 15:54:04
[CALANDRI, FILIPPO]. - [THE FIRST ILLUSTRATED ITALIAN BOOK ON ARITHMETIC]
Firenze, Lorenzo de Morgiani and Giovanni Thedesco da Maganza, 1491. 8vo. Leaves loosely inserted in a later full vellum binding with four raised bands, preserved in cloth clamshell box. Several loose leaves. Several leaves closely shaved, some with minor loss of text, all with loss of signatures. 83 ff. (out of 104 ff). ¶ Rare first edition of the first illustrated Italian book on arithmetic, also constituting one of the first inexpensive illustrated textbooks making it available to many more students than earlier teaching materials. The woodcuts, which range from ornamental classicizing borders framing multiplication tables to lively depictions of people and animals that illustrate word problems, are exquisite examples of the flowering of Florentine woodcut illustration in the 1490s.Two variant issues were published simultaneously: One by Lorenzo Morgiani and Giovanni Petri, 1 january 1491/92 and the present by Lorenzo de Morgiani and Giovanni Thedesco da Maganza, 1491. Priority of issue has not been established (Hain, Smith, BM-Ital., De Morgan and Tomash & William quote this variant as the first), but there can be no doubt this present variant by far is the rarest. Calandri here gives the leading rules for integers and for lire, soldi and denari, and likewise puts division down in examples. Calandri is the first to give long divisons in the modern form, known to the Italian writers by the name "a danda". "Indeed Calandri gives only the 'a danda' method, omitting the galley forms, and is therefore fully a century ahead of his time." (David E. Smith). - In Augustus de Mor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [Denmark]
2019-07-23 13:56:40
Stephan Fridolin
Nürnberg, Anton Koberger, 1491. GW 10329; Schramm XVII, 340. - Inkunabel-Holzschnitt von Michael Wolgemut, dem Lehrmeister Albrecht Dürers. - Der Buchholzschnitt zeigt eine Szene aus dem Johannes-Evangelium (Joh. 10,30), bei der die Juden Christus steinigen. Eine dreischiffige gotische Kirche mit langem, bestuhlten Chor und einer Apsis fängt den Blick in der rechten oberen Ecke des Bildes ein. Im Vordergrund ist eine Schar der Juden dabei, Steine aufzulesen, um Christus zu steinigen. Christus selbst steht schon unter der Tür und spricht im Wegehen mit erhobener Linken zu den Verfolgern. - Das ganze Blatt im prächtigen Kolorit der Zeit mit rückseitigem Text. - In sauberer Erhaltung, unter Passepartout 1 Blatt mit ganzseitigen altkolorierten Holzschnitt von Michael Wolgemut 25 x 17,6 cm Bildgröße, 29,8 x 21,1 cm Blattgröße
Bookseller: Buch & Kunst Antiquariat Flotow GmbH [Ottobrunn, Germany]
2019-07-19 18:16:38
Nicolaus de Lyra.
Philippe Pigouchet c, 1491. with fine full-page woodcut printer's device on recto of first leaf, on the verso a full-page woodcut of the Crucifixion, initials supplied in blue and red, but some faded, washed, short marginal tear in g8 repaired, ff. [80] (sigs. a-k8), small 8vo, late nineteenth-century dark brown morocco by Petit Simier, sides decorated in blind with an all-over pattern of crosses, in alternate lines, Maltese on their own, or, more elaborate, in lozenges, spine lettered in gilt direct, gilt edges. The Praeceptorium is in fact by Henricus de Vrimaria (A. Zumkeller, Manuskripte von Werken der Autoren des Augustiner-Eremitenordens, 1966, p.325). Henricus de Vrimaria is also referred to as Frimaria, Freimaria and 'Heinrich von Freimar' (see GW). 'In and after 1491 [Pigouchet] used a device which depicts a wodewose and his mate supporting between them a shield, with the mongram PP surrounded by a maltese cross and streamer, suspended by a strap from a tree beaing fruit like pineapples' (BMC). Rare. ISTC locates only a dozen copies, 1 destroyed, 3 defective. Of these, 4 are in the US: Concordia Seminary (wanting title), Cornell, Bridwell, and Houston. (ISTC in00140000)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-06-26 18:31:48
Petrus Lombardus
Anton Koberger after 2 Mar, 1491. Book III 215 of 218 leaves, lacking initial blank, and with 2 leaves in early pen facsimile, Book IV 272 leaves, 2 large decorated initials, one (the first, in Book III) unfinished with the centre in outline only, rubricated throughout, pink alum tawed markers attached to fore-edges, minor worming in some lower margins, a few minor stains, thumbing, &c, folio, contemporary Nuremberg blind tooled calf over wooden boards, lacking catches and clasps (vestiges), and chain?, brass corner pieces, fairly extensive repairs but the panelled sides mostly present if rather smoothed, spine defective at head, the remainder in two pieces held on by a single alternating joint, printed book-label, designed by Edward Burne-Jones, of George Dunn, latter bookplate of John Cannon. Vols. III & IV only of first edition of the Sentences by Petrus Lombardus with the commentary by Saint Bonaventure, the 'Seraphic Doctor', his major work. This work consists of theological questions posed by Lombard, divided into 4 books: the first book considers God and the doctrine of the Trinity; the second concerns the Creation; the third deals with Christ and the Christian religion; and the fourth comprises questions on religious and moral duties. Without the Tabula volume, sometimes found with this, but which was 'probably printed apart and later' (BMC). George Dunn (1865-1912) collected early printed books, of which he had a most carefully selected series, including volumes from the most unusual towns and presses; and, lastly, early stamped bindings, which he was one of the fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-06-18 16:45:18
ROLEVINCK (Werner)]
S.l. [Strasbourg], s.n. [Johann Prüss], s.d., (1491). in-folio gothique (28 x 19 cm), [6] ff. n. ch. (titre, avec frontispice gravé sur bois au verso, table sur trois colonnes), XC ff., [2] ff. vierges, sign. 1-[6], puis A-P, toutes en 6, sauf A (en 8) et P (en 4), initiales rubriquées, avec 16 bois gravés, la plupart répétés, demi-vélin, dos à nerfs, gardes refaites (reliure moderne). Petits trous de vers stoppés, sans atteinte ; des mouillures supra-paginales "in initio", petite déchirure intérieure au f. XXXII, sans manque. 1. L'exemplaire. Brunet signale exactement notre édition parmi les trois impressions sans date qu'il relève de cette chronique très éditée. Comme pour les deux autres, il la croit postérieure à l'édition princeps de 1474, mais ne cherche ni à la dater ni à l'attribuer à un atelier typographique donné. Ce que font heureusement Hain et Polain, auxquels nous empruntons l'attribution : notre exemplaire correspond exactement à celui décrit par Polain en son numéro 3362, lequel inaugure d'ailleurs sa liste des ouvrages de Rolevinck. La date semble pouvoir se déduire du dernier événement rapporté par notre édition (f. XC à l'explicit) : la mort du roi Mathias Corvin [Mathias Ier de Hongrie], qui eut lieu à Vienne le 6 avril 1490, même si Polain marque prudemment : après 1490. Faite d'après l'édition du prieuré de Rougemont de 1481 (typographe : Heinrich Wirzburg), cette variante de Prüss a des antécédents en 1487 et 1488 ; comme eux, elle s'intéresse à l'histoire clunisienne et surtout contient la célèbre mention sur la découverte de l'imprimerie (f. LXXXIX … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Historique F. Teissèdre [PARIS, France]
2019-06-13 10:55:11
Lucio Anneo Séneca
1491. Estanislao Polono- Meinardo Ungut . Sevilla. . 1 Vol. . 131 Hojas (Falta 1 Hoja Blanca) pp. Folio Menor. Sobre tabla de madera. . Incunable español. Primera edición incunable de las Obras de Lucio Anneo Séneca en castellano. Impreso en Sevilla en 1491 por Polono y Ungut en tipografía gótica de 42 lineas por página. Colación: a-b8, c6, d-e8, f6, g8, h6, i8, k6, l8, m6, n-o8,p6, q-s8. Papel verjurado (con marca de agua de mano con flor de seis puntas) La hoja r8 esta perfectamente facsimilada con papel de época. Falta la primera hoja blanca. Obra traducida al castellano por Alonso de Cartagena según Floranes y Nicolás Antonio. Contiene distintas obras del cordobés Séneca en sus dos primeras partes, en la tercera hay una colección de preceptos cristianos falsamente atribuidos al filósofo español, el cuarto es un centón y el quinto libro es un compendio de obras filosóficas de las tragedias y de los apócrifos. Ejemplar impreso en papel fuerte incunable con algunos ladillos manuscritos en sus hojas previas y finales. El prólogo está impreso a dos tintas y la capitular impresa en rojo. El ejemplar está delicadamente restaurado en algunos márgenes del papel y la encuadernación, en media piel sobre tabla, tiene gofrados góticos de época aunque la lomera está hábilmente restaurada con injerto de piel del mismo color. Los cierres están reconstruidos siguiendo los patrones de la época. El ejemplar conserva también las hojas en blanco de cada libro (capítulo). En la hoja K6 verso y reverso hay anotaciones manuscritas de Don Alonso de Aguilera, Sacristán de la Iglesia de la villa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa [Bilbao, Spain]
2019-05-28 09:25:28
Immanuel ben Solomon (aka, Immanuel of Rome or Immanuel the Roman)
Gershom Soncino, Brescia, 1491. Octavo. 8x6". Unpaginated. [1 blank] + 160 double-sided leaves. Rebound in 3/4 red morocco, over pebbled red cloth boards, with gilt ruling on the covers. Gilt stamped motifs, ruling, tooling, and lettering on the spine. Marbled endpapers. Red speckled edges of the book block. Facsimile title leaf (lacking printed initial) with the last 7 leaves being present in manuscript, in an early hand. This important work, consisting of a collection of 28 poems, claimed to have been written in 1328, is considered the first printed book of Hebrew-language poetry. This first edition, was also the first book printed by Gershon b. Moses Soncino (? -1534), of the famed Soncino family of early Hebrew printers, after he moved to Brescia. Immanuel ben Solomon (1261, Rome - 1328, Fermo) was inspired by the writings and poetry of a number of classic Jewish scholars and poets such as Solomon Ibn Gabirol, Judah Halevi, and most specifically Judah Alharizi, who's style was directly influential. Unlike the work of those figures, ben Solomon's work is much more secular and not directly about established Jewish liturgical, biblical or religious topics, but it does contain many specific and humorous references to those concepts. The poetry is full of witticisms, dense wordplay, social satire, puns, epigrams, riddles and complex allusions to a multitude of topics both religious (humorous allusions to biblical and talmudic writings), secular, scientific, philosophical and even erotic, presented in a more irreverent tone. The finale of the work, entitled "Ha' Tofet ve Ha'E … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-05-09 14:52:18
Plato
Venezia, Bernardinus de Choris de Cremona and Simon de Luere for Andrea Torresanus, 1491. Folio (307x209 mm). Collation: a4, a-o8, p-q10, r-z8, A-d8, E-F10, G-Z8, AA-FF8, GG-HH10. 448 leaves (numbered 1-444). Text in two columns, 62-63 lines. Type: 103G, 74G, 83R (capitals only), 80 (74)Gk. Blank spaces for capitals, with printed guide letters. Contemporary blind-tooled calf, over wooden boards, possibly executed in Rome. Covers within three concentric borders, decorated with floral motifs or knotwork elements; in the centre the late monogram "yhs' stamped in gilt. Traces of clasps. Flyleaves from a medieval vellum manuscript. Edges speckled red, early inked title on the fore-edge. Spine lacking, covers slightly abraded, the upper outer corner of the upper cover damaged. A good copy, slight worming at beginning and end, some waterstaining, mostly to margins, heavier towards end and intruding on text block. A few early annotations in Latin on the paper flyleaves. Provenance: "Hic liber est martis [?] Castellani Menicutij Cum Sua Pro Licentia'(early sixteenth-century ownership inscription on the rear paper flyleaf). SECOND EDITION of Plato's works, translated by the renowned Florentine philosopher Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499), first published in Florence in 1484-1485 by Lorenzo de Alopa, and dedicated to Lorenzo de' Medici. Ficino began his translation in 1463, on the basis of a Greek manuscript received by Cosimo de' Medici and containing all Plato's dialogues. The translation of the thirty-six dialogues was completed by 1468 and 1469, and during the 1470s Ficino continued to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-03-01 00:34:20
(INCUNABULA). BIBLE IN LATIN
Basel: Johann Froben, 27 June 1491. FIRST OCTAVO PRINTING of the Bible; First Froben Edition. 185 x 110 mm. (6 1/2 x 4 1/2"). [493] (of 496) leaves (lacking only the three blanks a1 and 2E7-8). Double column, 56 lines plus headline in gothic type. FIRST OCTAVO PRINTING of the Bible; First Froben Edition. FINE OLD (17th or 18th century) BLIND-STAMPED PIGSKIN, covers with multiple frames of plain rules and foliate rolls, central panel with gilt supralibros of an abbot or a bishop with crossed keys below a plain miter, raised bands, two later tan morocco labels, two original brass clasps. Rubricated in red, capitals struck with red, initials in red or blue, opening of Jerome's prologue (a2r) with 16-line maiblumen initial "F" in red and blue with a 19-line descender, the space between the horizontal lines of the "F" with an apparently contemporaneous drawing of a haloed man on a bright pink ground, a4r with eight-line initial "D" in blue containing a slightly amateurish painted face in colors. Front pastedown with ex-libris of Pauli Menso; title page with round black ink stamp containing crossed keys and "P. B. S. P." and with older ink inscription mostly washed away; recto of second leaf with faded blue ink library stamp. Copinger, Incunabula Biblica 90; Goff B-592; BMC III, 789; ISTC ib00592000. Pigskin lightly soiled and rubbed, three leaves with lower fore-edge corner repaired (text trivially affected), head margin trimmed a bit close (touching headlines of perhaps a dozen leaves), occasional minor marginal stains or other trivial imperfections, but AN ESPECIALLY FINE … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
2019-02-22 18:36:18
Cicero (Marcus Tullius)
Antonius de Strata de Cremona 5 December, 1491. guide spaces for initials, 1 initial supplied in a 'home-made' style, text in a slightly larger type with commentary in the margins, sometimes on 3 sides, minor damp-stain at end, a little browned in places, a few spots, 58 leaves, including initial blank ('prima alba'), folio (304 x 201 mm), tightly bound in modern (not new) vellum, endpapers browning, inscription on a1v 'Hic liber est Jo bapt benivolo gramatici et [?civis] brixie', some annotations in the same neat humanist hand in the first half (some trimmed), another inscription, possibly 17th-century, inked out at head of text, The Tusculan Disputations were first printed in Rome in 1469, the anonymous commentary (plus text) in Venice in 1482. This copy with an identifiable first (private) owner/annotator, Giovanni Battista Benivolo, grammarian of Brescia: he edited Pietro Paolo Vergerio's De ingenuis moribus ac liberalibus studiis, published in Brescia with other pedagogic texts in 1511, again in 1528. His annotations include corrections to the text, the expansion of contractions, and a few words in Greek. The Tusculan Disputations are addressed to the general reader for purposes of edification. The first book deals with the fear of death, the second with the endurance of pain, the third with the alleviation of distress, the fourth with the remaining disorders of the soul, the fifth with the sufficiency of virtue for a happy life. (ISTC ic00638000)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-02-11 16:34:40
Kirchheim, Markus Reinhard, 1491. O-Inkunabelblatt aus einem Stundenbuch mit Text in Schwarz-Rotdruck und Holzschnittrandleisten. Blatt im Rand etwas fingerfleckig. Handschriftlicher Eintrag der Zeit unterhalb der Textsäule. Blattgröße: 10,1 x 15,4 cm. - - - Das Stundenbuch von Markus Reinhard liegt nur in sechs Fragmenten in Bibliotheken weltweit vor und somit als selten einzustufen. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2019-02-02 12:47:22
1491. DIDEROT et D'ALEMBERT L'ENCYCLOPÉDIE ou DICTIONNAIRE RAISONNÉ DES SCIENCES, DES ARTS ET DES MÉTIERS 5 volumes In-folio, relié - 1491pp;1482pp;1190pp;1146pp;1453pp Reprint de 1969 de l'édition originale de 1762 - Pergamon Press - Paris & NYC Attention! très lourd : 25kg - Me contacter pour le port Dim : 265x400mm Etat : voir photo.
Bookseller: wickedthing [LE RAINCY, FR]
2019-01-31 18:24:02
BONATUS DE FORLIVIO  Guido (1230-1296)
E. RATDOLT, 1491. Legatura dei primi del Novecento in mezza pelle e carta decorata; al dorso, 4 nervi rilevati e filetti a secco, in diagonale agli scomparti; guardie marmorizzate; al contropiatto anteriore, doppio ex-libris, uno per F. Hopkinson, Malvern e l'altro per Wells - Hans Fürstenberg. 1 carta bianca di epoca successiva con annotazioni a penna sull'opera. 422 carte, le prime 14 con la sola numerazione di registro, le altre 408 con numerazione di registro e numerazione manoscritta a penna. Le prime 14 carte probabilmente da altro esemplare, presentandosi con il margine laterale leggermente più corto di qualche millimetro. All'linterno, numerose incisioni silografiche raffiguranti capolettera, diagrammi, simboli astronomici e segni zodiacali; al recto dell'ultima carta, magnifica marca tipografica dell'editore Ratdolt, impressa in rosso e nero. Collazione: [*]14 a-z A-Z AA-EE8 (*1r register title, *1v preface by Canter, *2r tabula, a1r title, a1v blank, a2r text, EE7v colophon, EE8r printer's device, verso blank. Types: 7:92G, 8:90G, 9:130G, 12:180G, 4:76G, 15:70G. Testo su 44 linee (variabili). Prima rarissima edizione di questo magnifico incunabolo. L'opera si basa fortemente sugli scritti degli astrologi arabi, di quelli tolemaici e degli scrittori del periodo classico. Bonatti o Bonatus è autore di numerose opere astronomiche e uno degli astrologi più famosi e influenti del XIII secolo. Nel 1260 promosse l'"Astrologus Communis Florentiae de Forolivio ". L'opera in esame è una storia di scienze magiche e sperimentali. Al loro tempo i sacerdoti babilonesi profetizz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2019-01-31 14:31:06
Augustinus, Aurelius (St. Augustine)
Parma: Angelus Ugoletus, March 31, 1491. First Thus. A scarce Parma imprint of these opuscula ("smaller writings"), which include many of St. Augustine's most important doctrines; his Grammatica, Rhetorica and Dialectica, as well as work on the immortality of the soul. Folio (pages 301 x 202 mm) collating 306 (leaves): complete including the final blank leaf. 41 lines and headline, roman letter, initial spaces, mostly with printed guides, printer's device at end. Bound in full modern calf, preserving an earlier end paper with the armorial bookplate of H.R.H., the Duke of Sussex (1773 - 1843), sixth son of George III of England and a noted bibliophile. Early repair to lower margin of the second leaf, several small wormholes, not affecting legibility, but on the whole an excellent copy. Perhaps one of the most significant Catholic theologians, Augustine's adaptation of classical thought into Christian teaching had a lasting impact on the Church's traditions and practices. "Augustine is remarkable for what he did and extraordinary for what he wrote. If none of his written work survived, he would still have been a figure to be reckoned with...However, more than five million words of his writing survive, virtually all displaying the strength and sharpness of his mind, and some possessing rare power to attract and hold the attention of readers in our own day" (O'Donnell). Biographies of Augustine record his move from Hippo and into Europe, documenting his education within the Church and his struggle to bring his views back to Africa. While Confessions remains his best-known work, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2019-01-29 16:02:03
Caviceus, Jacobus
Venedig, Bernardinus Benalius?, nach dem 16. März, 1491. (6) Bll. (d. l. w.). Antiqua (Type 10:80R), 37-38 Zln. Mit einer schwarzgrundigen Initiale in Holzschnitt. Spätere Broschur. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. 4to. Erste Ausgabe dieser fingierten Huldigung König Maximilians durch sechs antike Städte. Vermutlich in Pordenone verfaßt, wo Caviceo mehrere Jahre lebte und 1489 vom dort anwesenden Kaiser Friedrich III. zum iuris utriusque doctor promoviert wurde. Das Werk beginnt mit einer Erwähnung der Vertreibung der Ungarn aus Österreich bis Stuhlweißenburg/Székesfehérvár: "Die 6 Städte sind Babylon, Troya, Byzanz, Athen, Carthago und Jerusalem. Sie alle huldigen Maximilian und flehen um seinen Schutz [...] Eingestreut zahlreiche Hinweise auf zeitge[nö]ssische Begebenheiten" (Apponyi). Der Theologe J. Caviceus (1443-1511) studierte zu Bologna und trat in die Dienste des Piermaria Rossi, Herrn von Berceto, und seines Sohnes Guido, des Capitano der Republik Venedig. Seit 1492 wirkte er nacheinander als Generalvikar der Diözesen Rimini, Ferrara, Florenz und Siena. - Druckerzuschreibung nach GW (von BMC und Indice generale VI bestritten). Das erste Blatt recto alt mit Einfassungslinie umrahmt; bei der Neubindung im Bug verstärkt; am vorderen Vorsatz eine englische Notiz zum Verfasser aufgezogen (um 1880). - Sehr selten, auf deutschen Auktionen der letzten Jahrzehnte nur die zweite Ausgabe nachweisbar (Hartung & Hartung, 98 [2000], Nr. 103, EUR 4346). - HC 4805. Goff C-355. GW 6433. BSB-Ink C-204. Pellechet 3455. Proctor 7374. BMC VII, 1146. IGI 2655. Sajó-Soltész 955. Apponyi 1551.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-22 22:31:35
EPHREM SYRUS
[Freiburg im Breisgau: Kilianus Piscator (Fischer), not after 1491]. 293 x 203 mm. (11 1/2 x 8"). [19] (of 20) leaves (lacking final blank). Double column, 52 lines in gothic type. Modern dark brown full calf, raised bands, gilt titling. Rubricated in red, paragraph marks and three- to four-line initials hand-painted in red or blue.BMC III 693; Goff E-44; ISTC ie00044000. Spine sunned to a lighter brown, a touch of rubbing to extremities, but the binding sound and not without appeal; a couple of minor stains, other trivial imperfections, but A FINE, FRESH COPY internally, clean and rather bright, with ample margins.One of the first books to be printed in Freiburg, this is a selection of six sermons from fourth century theologian, saint, and Doctor of the Church Ephrem the Syrian, three of these printed here for the first time. Penning commentaries, homilies, and hymns, Ephrem (ca. 306-73) exerted a wide influence on the doctrine and the liturgies of the Greek and Latin churches, with many manuscripts of his writings surviving into Medieval times. The sermons here examine remorse, penitence, spiritual struggles, God's judgment, the kingdom of heaven, and the supreme happiness of the soul. This is the first printing of the second, third, and fifth sermons. Printer Kilian Fischer is considered by BMC to be the earliest printer in Freiburg, with his first (undated) work appearing around 1490. His earliest book to bear a date was printed in 1492; the dating of the present item is based on the rubrication date written in a copy at the University of Tübingen. ISTC attributes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
2019-01-21 06:47:41
Diomède, Grammaticus
Venise: Christophorum de Pensis de mandelo, 1491. 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. 1491 1st Ed Diomedes Grammaire Latine Rhetoric Phocas Donatus Honoratius 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. 1491 1er Ed Diomède grammaire latine rhétorique Phocas Donatus Honoratius INCUNABLE RARE, Compléter 1491 les travaux de première édition de la grammaire latine ! Diomedes Grammaticus fut un 4e-grammairien Latin de siècle connue uniquement pour son traité de grammaire - « Ars Grammatica ». Livres de grammaire latine étaient particulièrement populaires tout au long de la 15e-siècle et éditeur de musique italien Christopher de Pensis profités dans cette montée subite avec « Diomedis Doctissimi », une collection de 2e à 5e-traités de grammaire et de rhétorique latine du siècle. Ce livre comprend les œuvres de Flavius Caper, Phocas, Agroecius, Aelius Donatus, Maurus Servius Honoratus et bien sûr de Diomède et a été conçu pour enseigner la grammaire, l'écriture et la parole en public. Travaux incluent : · Œuvres complètes de Diomède le « Des Structuris & differentia sermonis » le « De perfectis & imperfectis » le « De origine : proprietare ; formatione' le « De latinitate & eius partibus » le « De uariis vocabulaorum diffinitionibus » le « De accentibus : punctis ; colis ; commatibus' le « De differentiis linguarum de quinq … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-16 06:51:48
1491. 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. 1491 Plutarch Parallèle Lives Incunable Cicero Hannibal Plat Aristote Homer 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. 1491 parallèles de PLUTARQUE vie Incunable Cicéron Hannibal Platon Aristote Homer Impression d'incunable entièrement complet de Plutarque ! « L'esprit n'est pas un navire à pourvoir, mais un incendie à être allumé. » ― Plutarque « Vies de Plutarque » ou « Parallèle des vies » est l'une des plus importante et exhaustive collection de biographies de personnalités grecques et romaines. Plutarque n'était pas tellement centrée sur la fourniture d'un récit historique de ces personnes célèbres autant qu'il ne cherchait pas à écrire du type de personne qu'ils étaient et la vie dans laquelle ils vivaient. Il concentre sur Alexandre le grand, Romulus et Remus, Démosthène, Cicéron, Brutus, Julius Caesar et autres personnages importants. Cette 1491 extrêmement rare, édition incunable de Plutarque a été publiée par Giovanni Ragazzo dans Venise et caractéristiques deux pleine page décoratifs pages de titre. C'est l'un des exemples plus anciens et les plus charmants de frises décoratives de gravure sur bois en 15e-impression de siècle. Ragazzo comprend également un écusson vide qui a été conçu pour être rempli avec les armoiries du propriétaire, qui en l'espèce était rempli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-11 21:46:39
Stephan Fridolin
Nürnberg, Anton Koberger, 8. November 1491. (Lt. Polain 18. November. O-Inkunabelblatt mit zwei ganzseitigen, unkolorierten Holzschnitten von Michael Wolgemut, dem Lehrer von Albrecht Dürer. Im Randbereich gering fleckig. Blattgröße: 20,8 x 29,3 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Der Schatzbehalter ist neben der Schedelschen Weltchronik das schönste deutsche illustrierte Buch der Inkunabelzeit. Von diesem Werk erschien nur eine einzige Ausgabe mit 96 ganzseitigen Holzschnitten, die z.T. unter Mitarbeit von Albrecht Dürer entstanden. Laut Richard Bellm wurde das Werk nur in einer Auflage von 150 Exemplaren gedruckt (P. St. Fridolin, 1962). Der angesehene Nürnberger Franziskaner-Observant Stephan Fridolin (um 1430 - 1498) wirkte seit 1480 als Lektor des Nürnberger Franziskanerklosters und war viele Jahre als Prediger und Beichtvater der Klarissinnen. Diese Aufgaben bestimmten seine schriftstellerische Tätigkeit. Seine erfolgreichsten, anonym erschienenen Erbauungs- und Andachtsbücher waren der Schatzbehalter, der "geistliche Herbst" und der "geistliche Mai". Die Autorenschaft Fridolins ist durch eine zeitgenössische handschriftliche Eintragung aus dem Kloster Rebdorf gesichert. Der "Schatzbehalter", der hundert Betrachtungspunkte des Leidens Christi abhandelt, ist für Laien bestimmt. Fridolin war an der Ausarbeitung des ikonographischen Programms beteiligt. Durch die 96 ganzseitigen Illustrationen aus der Nürnberger Werkstatt von Michael Wolgemut und Wilhelm Pleydenwurff erlangte die Druckausgabe Berühmtheit. Die Bedeutung dieser Ausgabe liegt in Gestaltungsabsicht und d … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-12-19 22:46:56
DIOMEDES, Grammaticus
Christophorum de Pensis de mandelo. 1491 1st ed Diomedes Grammar Latin Rhetoric Phocas Donatus Honoratius INCUNABLE Rare, complete 1491 first edition work of Latin Grammar! Diomedes Grammaticus was a 4th-century Latin grammarian known solely for his grammar treatise – ‘Ars Grammatica’. Latin grammar books were particularly popular throughout the 15th-century, and Italian music publisher Christopher de Pensis capitalized on this surge with ‘Diomedis Doctissimi’, a collection of 2nd to 5th-century Latin grammar and rhetoric treatises. This book included the works of Flavius Caper, Phocas, Agroecius, Aelius Donatus, Maurus Servius Honoratus, and of course Diomedes and was designed for teaching grammar, writing, and public speaking. Works include: Complete works of Diomedes ‘Des Structuris & differentia sermonis’ ‘De perfectis & imperfectis’ ‘De origine: proprietare; formatione’ ‘De latinitate & eius partibus’ ‘De uariis vocabulaorum diffinitionibus’ ‘De accentibus: punctis; colis; commatibus’ ‘De differentiis quinq linguarum’ ‘De vitiis & virtutibus orationis’ ‘De compositione & clausula’ ‘De schematibus & figuris’ ‘De Tragoedia; comoedia; elegia; satyra’ ‘De poematum generibus’ ‘De poetica; poesi & poemate’ ‘De artmetrica’ ‘De Metro; rhythm; & Versu’ ‘De omni genere Metrorum’ De nomine et verbo / Phocas Institutio de nomine, pronomine, et verbo / Priscianus De orthographia et latinitate verborum / Flavius Caper De orthographia et proprietate et differentia sermonis / Agroecius De octo partibus orationis et de barbarismo / Aelius Donatus -- Commentarius in artem Donati / Mauru … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-12-19 16:33:20
ANSELMUS (SANCTUS)
Nürnberg, Caspar Hochfeder. Folio (266x192 mm). [182] leaves. Collation: [π]4 a-d8e6f-s8t-z6 ⁊6. The last leaf is a blank. Text printed in two columns. 45 lines. Large illuminated initial (66x73 mm) at l. a1r with penwork decorations and extension in the margin in red, blue, green and purple. Another initial (37x30 mm) at l. a1v in red with penwork decorations in purple. Rubricated throughout with red and blue initials of variable sizes. With a few contemporary annotations and "maniculae' in the margins. Provenance: at l. a1r is the ownership inscription "Est monaterij sanctae Iustinae de padua Congregatio[n]is eiusdem ordinis sanctiss. Monachorum Benedecti signatus i[n]ve[n]tario 3418"; at l. a1v another ownership inscription "Iste liber est monst.ij Sa[n]cte Iustine patavij signatus in[venta]rio 1329"; on the front pastedown the bookplate of Giacomo Massimiliano, Count of Collalto and San Salvatore (1729-1810), engraved by Teodoro Viero, on which it is stated that the library was founded in 1771 (cf. Gelli, fig. 297; Bragaglia, no. 876). Early 18th-century vellum over boards, morocco lettering piece on spine, red edges, green silk bookmark (very well preserved). First leaves a bit soiled, round wormholes in the blank margin at the beginning of the volume not affecting the text, leaves z3 and z4 browned, some marginal stains. A very good, genuine copy with wide margins. FIRST EDITION of St. Anselm's collected works and the first book printed by Hochfeder. The volume, edited by Pieter Danhauser, opens with preliminary texts by Danhauser and Johannes Löffelholz. Dan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-12-13 03:41:36
Bergamo - STATUTA COMMUNITATIS.
Brixiae, per Angelum et Jacobum fratres de Britannicis, 18. XII MCDXCI (Brescia 1491). in-folio, ff. (227, su 228; manca il primo f. con inizio della ''Tabula rubricarum statutorum'' in quest'esempl. preceduta da 3 ff. di ''Errores'' e di presentazione degli Statuti ''Eminem omnium.'', da numerarsi nell'ordine 14-16; sono presenti i ff. bianchi 13, 17 e 228; il f. p4 inserito dopo p1); leg. novecentesca in velluto verde (probabilmente ad imitazione di una precedente settecentesca). F. 18 (a2): ''In nomine sanctissime and individuae Trinitatis.Hec infrascripta capitula and ordinamenta inferius ordinate impressa: sunt statuta: and municipalis lex Magnificae còitatis Bergomi novissime còpilata.''. F. 227 v. (hh5), colophon: ''Brixiae per Angelum and Jacobum fratres de britannicis: omni cura ac diligentia impressa sunt. Anno domini nostri Iesu Xti. 1491. xv. kl' Ianuarii''. PRIMA EDIZIONE degli Statuti di Bergamo ed ESEMPLARE UNICO perché, prima di passare nelle mani del notaio di cui si dirà sotto, fu utilizzato per le ''reformationes, correctiones e praevisiones'' ufficiali, effettuate due anni dopo l'uscita dai torchi del volume. Le correzioni e le modifiche ufficiali (ben 80, ivi compreso lo scritto finale sul f. 228, datato 3 aprile 1503), vergate con inchiostro rosso e con scrittura cancelleresca a margine dei ''singola capitula Statutorum'', furono introdotte con l'autorizzazione delle massime autorità della Repubblica di Venezia. Nella lettera ufficiale, alla fine del libro, infatti, sono citati i nomi di Augustinus Barbarigo (1419-1501) dux Venetiarum, Franciscus Mocen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-11-27 07:02:23
ALVERNUS, Guilelmus (ARVERNUS or William of Auvergne)
Freiburg i. Breisgau: Kilianus Piscator (Kilian Fischer), 1491. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Not after 1491. Folio (303 x 210 mm). 58 unfoliated leaves. Signatures: (*)8 a-b6 c4 d-f6 g4 h-i6. Colophon on i6r: "Explicit Rethorica diuina de oratione domini Guilermi parisiensis." Printed in blackletter, 2 columns, 51-52 lines, red painted lombards and rubricated throughout. Newly bound in cardboards using two incunable leaves of Justinian's Institutionum, plain vellum spine, new endpapers. Crisp internally with very little browning, slight marginal dust-soiling and occasional minor dampstaining mainly to gutter, first leaf heavier soiled and stained at gutter, several short contemporary annotations and finger markers in red ink. Collated complete. A fine, wide-margined copy. ---- GW 11866; Hain/Cop. 8303; Goff G 714; BMC III, 693; BSB G-476. SECOND EDITION AND THE FIRST BOOK PRINTED IN FREIBURG. The scholastic philosopher William of Auvergne (around 1180 to 1249) was active at the Sorbonne in Paris. In 1228 he was consecrated bishop of Paris and as such was also counselor to the young King Louis IX. Among his works, the treatise on divine oratory is one of the most important. Kilian Fischer was active as printer in Freiburg (Breisgau) from 1490 to 1494. In 1495 he moved to Offenburg. In his Divine Rhetoric William explains and outlines the art of prayer aiming at his priests and clerical people, or, The Oratorical Art of Divine Eloquence. Seven characteristics, or perfections, of prayer are listed and further expl … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-11-27 07:02:23
PLATO
Venice: Bernardinus de Choris, de Cremona, and Simon de Luere, for Andreas Torresanu, 1491. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 13. August 1491. Folio (298 x 202 mm). [4], 444 ff. Collation: kpKa4 a-o8 p-q10 r-z8, A-D8, E-F10 G-Z8 Aa-FF8 GG-HH10 (kpKa1r title with verses by Naldus Nandius in praise of the work, kpKa1v Ficino's address to Lorenzo de' Medici, kpK2r life of Plato, kpK4v address to the reader, tabula, a1r text and commentary, HH8v colophon, register, HH9r index to Ficino's Platonica theologia, HH10v blank). 17th century calf (rebacked preserving original spine leather). Attractive printing in double columns, Gothic and Roman types with Greek insertions. Internally generally crisp and clean, brown stainings to top corner and margin towards end, first 5 and final 4 leaves with small wormholes, a few marginal ink annotations in contemporary hand (mostly cropped), few leaves with small dampstains in blank margins. Very good, clean and fresh copy with good impression on strong paper. ---- Hain/Cop. 13063; GW M33918; Goff P 772; BMC V, 465; BSB 569; Polain 3190; Klebs 785.2. SECOND EDITION of the works of Plato. This edition also contains the second edition of Ficino's chief philosophical work, the Platonica theologia. Ficino began work on his translation of the Platonic corpus at the request of Cosimo de' Medici in 1463. He completed it in 1468, and it circulated in manuscript until it was printed, along with Ficino's commentary on the text, in 1484. Two years earlier, in 1482, Ficino had published the Platonica theologia, in which he set out to prov … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-11-26 02:44:55
Bergamo - STATUTA COMMUNITATIS.
Brixiae, per Angelum et Jacobum fratres de Britannicis, 18. XII MCDXCI (Brescia 1491). in-folio, ff. (227, su 228; manca il primo f. con inizio della ''Tabula rubricarum statutorum'' in quest'esempl. preceduta da 3 ff. di ''Errores'' e di presentazione degli Statuti ''Eminem omnium.'', da numerarsi nell'ordine 14-16; sono presenti i ff. bianchi 13, 17 e 228; il f. p4 inserito dopo p1); leg. novecentesca in velluto verde (probabilmente ad imitazione di una precedente settecentesca). F. 18 (a2): ''In nomine sanctissime and individuae Trinitatis.Hec infrascripta capitula and ordinamenta inferius ordinate impressa: sunt statuta: and municipalis lex Magnificae còitatis Bergomi novissime còpilata.''. F. 227 v. (hh5), colophon: ''Brixiae per Angelum and Jacobum fratres de britannicis: omni cura ac diligentia impressa sunt. Anno domini nostri Iesu Xti. 1491. xv. kl' Ianuarii''. PRIMA EDIZIONE degli Statuti di Bergamo ed ESEMPLARE UNICO perché, prima di passare nelle mani del notaio di cui si dirà sotto, fu utilizzato per le ''reformationes, correctiones e praevisiones'' ufficiali, effettuate due anni dopo l'uscita dai torchi del volume. Le correzioni e le modifiche ufficiali (ben 80, ivi compreso lo scritto finale sul f. 228, datato 3 aprile 1503), vergate con inchiostro rosso e con scrittura cancelleresca a margine dei ''singola capitula Statutorum'', furono introdotte con l'autorizzazione delle massime autorità della Repubblica di Venezia. Nella lettera ufficiale, alla fine del libro, infatti, sono citati i nomi di Augustinus Barbarigo (1419-1501) dux Venetiarum, Franciscus Mocen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
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