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2014-02-10 19:44:17
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/Szekesfehervar: "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. Sajo-Soltesz 955. Apponyi 1551 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-02-10 14:40:31
Kannemann, Johannes.
Nürnberg, Peter Wagner (nicht nach 15. Juni 1491).. Kl.4°. Druck in ein und zwei Spalten zu 33 Zeilen. Rubriziert und mit einer 5zeiligen eingemalten Schmuckinitiale sowie einigen Lombarden in Rot. Mit Titelholzschnitt. 71 (von 88) Bl. Pappband mit Inkunabelpapierbezug und typographischem Rückenschild (leicht fleckig, Rücken mit Klebstoffresten eines entfernten Schildchens). - Dritte Ausgabe der Schrift des Franziskaner (1400-1469) mit der Hrabanus Maurus unterschobenen Marienlegende; hier, wie häufig ohne die letzten 17 Blatt mit der ebenfalls Hrabanus Maurus irrig zugewiesenen Lebensgeschichte der Heiligen Katharina, die offensichtlich nur einem Teil der Auflage angebunden wurde (vgl z.B. Inkunabelsammlung Kurt Wolff, # 619). - GW M16057; HC 9759; BSB, Inkunabeln K-13; Schramm XVIII, 551. - Der Hinweis auf die Katharinenlegende wurde auf Titel und im zusammenfassenden Inhaltsverzeichnis (Bl. a²r) mit Papierstreifen alt tektiert. - Breitrandiges Exemplar: Leicht gebräunt, Blattkanten stärker gebräunt. Ränder teils leicht fleckig, teils etwas wasserrandig (weit außerhalb des Textes). Fußsteg etwas wurmstichig, meist 3/4 geringe Wurmsiche im unteren Vietel des Textes (minimaler Buchstabenverlust). Titel fleckig, mit kleinen Randläsuren und Blattweiserrest verso. Vorderer Spiegel mit 2 alten Antiquariatsaufnahmen der 50er oder 60er Jahre..
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2013-09-12 13:20:48
Gerson, Ioannes (1363-1429)
Venice: Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 1491 23 december 1491. In 4°. 76 unnumbered leaves, handwritten initials and woodcut initials, roman type, good copy with full margins, light brownings, little loss of paper on the margins on leaves f4 and g4 (left bottom corner, does not affect the text), CONTEMPORARY BINDING on wooden axis, handwritten title on the board, end-leaves in parchment from a mercantesque XIVth century manuscript, little wormhole on one board. With an acid-free clamshell box. VERY RARE EDITION of this book, both given to the theologist Jean Charlier de Gerson (1363 -1429), known as "doctor Christianissimus Cancellarius" from the church and the University Notre-Dame de Paris, and to Thomas from Kempis, (1380 - 1471). Hain 9129; Goff I50. PHOTO AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
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2013-07-25 00:28:10
Diomedes
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. ABAA [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
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2013-07-20 00:21:26
Boethius
Main author: Boethius / Thomas Aquinas Title: Haec sunt opera Boethii quae in hoc uolumine continentur ...De consolatione philosophiae (with commentary by Thomas Aquinas)De disciplina scholarium (with commentary by Thomas Aquinas)Published: Venice : Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 1491 1491 Boethius Consolation of Philosophy Incunable Medieval Masterpiece! 2in1 with Thomas Aquinas Comments. Fully rubricated capital letters in red with a large rubricated and illuminated multicolor art at the beginning of both books., all pages are bright and tight. Authentic professional restoration with original materials and techniques. Hand made brass clasps, period and location. The rag is in fine condition and the book is safely readable. Text block reinforced and restiched, hemp cords replaced, beechwood hand carved covers in burgundy velvet with gilded title and date in Old Gothic font. Very Fine Period Binding restoration/conservation all materials and authentic binding techniques. Photo package available of every page, and binding inside and out. You be the judge on condition. the medieval masterpiece Consolatio Philosophiae by Boethius with commentary by Thomas Aquinas. This is the 1st collected edition of the writings of Boethius with two parts being printed over 1491-1492. This part contains De consolatione philosophiae and De disciplina scholarium. No copy of this part has been at auction in decades."Pricing History" The only recorded sale of "both parts" selling together in the past 3 decades was $68,500 Sotheby's in 1994Contents include:Title page, [pi1]r; Ta … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-07-16 22:22:01
BOETHIUS
Strassburg: Johann Prüss, before 6 March, 1491. Hardcover. In a Fine and Charming Contemporaneous Czech Binding. 205 x 135 mm (8 x 5 1/2"). 190 unnumbered leaves. 42 lines of commentary surrounding text, both in gothic type. With commentary ascribed to Thomas Aquinas. FINE CONTEMPORARY CZECH BLINDSTAMPED CALF over thick wooden boards, covers with a charming blind-rolled frame of a hound chasing a stag, a doe, and a unicorn, central panel with two parallel floral and lettered rolls, the latter reading "Miserere Mei Mater Dei" ["Have mercy on me, Mother of God'], raised bands, expertly rebacked to style, perserving portions of original backstrip, spine in compartments with blind-ruled saltire, a fleur-de-lys stamped in each quadrant, lacking clasps. Front pastedown with armorial bookplate of the Marquess of Lansdowne and book label of Kenneth Rapoport. Goff B-792; BMC III, 860. Boards slightly splayed, one long and a few short abrasions to covers, but the very attractive binding solid, with the blindstamping very well defined and the leather still lustrous. Title page a little soiled, small closed marginal tear to one leaf, occasional mild foxing, smudges, or thumbing, but a clean, fresh copy internally, with nothing close to a significant condition issue. This excellent copy of one of the great 15th century bestsellers was printed in the prominent publishing center of Strassburg and bound in Brno, then the official seat of the Moravian Margraves. Born at the time of the final collapse of the Roman Empire in the West, Boethius (ca. 480-524) became the chief secretary of T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2013-07-16 12:20:31
Jordan, Robert
New York: Tor. Hardcover. As New/as new. I am selling my personal collection of the Wheel of Time. All are first editions and first printings with complete number rows. All are flat signed on the Title page with no inscriptions. The Advance Reading Copy is signed and includes the promotional letter from Tom Doherty. The Eye of the World is a Review Copy and has the Review slip laid-in. The Shadow Rising is a Review Copy with the review letter laid-in. The Dragon Reborn does have a small shadowy smudge to the top of the page block, less than a quarter of an inch in diameter. All books are in Brodart or similar. I have posted the recent sale of similar books, however this sale did not include the ARC. & & International: Abe's Top 10 for August. Below is a short summary of ' Top 10 most expensive sales made during August 2012. Prices are in Pounds Sterling and US Dollars.& & (1) Mystere de la Vengeance de Notre Seigneur by Eustache Mercade. Published in 1491 in Paris by Antoine Verard, this first edition lacks 16 leaves, but only one complete copy is known to exist, in the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris. The sale also included a letter by French bibliographer Amedee Boinet, who confirms the exceptional rarity of this book.£12,670$20,000 & (2) A 13th century Latin bible. Written on vellum and produced in Paris around 1250. A beautiful handwritten manuscript with decorations in the margins and initials in red and blue. Rebound with 16th century leather with one remaining clasp.£12,235 $19,314 & (3) The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway. Published in 1952, this fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-03-22 05:47:06
[BIBELN]:
Basel, Johann Amerbach, 1491. 29 X 19,5 cm. (384) leafs. Lacking two leafs, first leaf (a1=title) an leaf signed b1 (replaced by facsimile). (Also lacking 22 leafs of Interpretationes at the end, as often.) Text in gothic type in two columns, 56 lines. Bound in recent full black calf with bands, spine in five compartments and white title label (20th century). Lacks two leafs (see above), leaf a5 with small paper loss and repair in margin, repaired tear on Dd1. Partly with some dampstains in lower margin, some slight spotting and soiling, some contemporary notes in margin. Sometimes trimmed or cut close with loss of letters of heading and partly with loss of part of the handwritten notes in margin
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB
2013-01-04 17:39:11
CASSIODORUS, MAGNUS AURELIUS
Basel: Johann Amerbach, 1491. FIRST PRINTING. 298 x 210 mm (11 3/4 x 8 1/4"). [340] leaves. Pleasing contemporary wooden boards, later sympathetic sheepskin spine (diapered with enclosed floral stamps on the portions extending onto the boards), raised bands, brass catches and clasps (perhaps original), later leather thongs, 15th century ink titling on fore edge. Goff C-236; BMC III, 753. Two very minor wormholes in front wooden board, leather backstrip a bit worn, but the binding very solid and certainly without any significant defect. Final gathering vaguely soft, darkened, and creased, a single tiny round wormhole through first 40 leaves of the text (10 leaves near the middle of the volume with short elongated wormhole at very bottom of margin, well away from text), two inconsequential closed marginal tears, but A NEARLY FINE COPY INTERNALLY, the leaves rather bright, consistently clean, and unusually fresh. This is a very well-preserved copy with ample margins of the only surviving patristic commentary on the complete Psalter, a work with both a theological and a pedagogic purpose. According to scholar James O'Donnell, "Cassiodorus is visibly interested not only in the spiritual benefits to be derived from an enlightened reading of the Psalms, but also in the didactic benefits. He has made of the Psalter a textbook in the liberal arts." After a long and successful political career, Cassiodorus (ca. 487-ca. 584) founded a monastery and spent the final 30 years of his long life in the cloister, where he endeavored to improve the standard of monastic education, in part by e … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-01-04 17:34:29
Gerson, Ioannes
Venice: Bartholomaeus de Zanis, 1491 23 december 1491. In 4°. 76 unnumbered leaves, handwritten initials and woodcut initials, roman type, good copy with full margins, light brownings, little loss of paper on the margins on leaves f4 and g4 (left bottom corner, does not affect the text), CONTEMPORARY BINDING on wooden axis, handwritten title on the board, end-leaves in parchment from a mercantesque XIVth century manuscript, little wormhole on one board. With an acid-free clamshell box. VERY RARE EDITION of this book, both given to the theologist Jean Charlier de Gerson (1363 -1429), known as "doctor Christianissimus Cancellarius" from the church and the University Notre-Dame de Paris, and to Thomas from Kempis, (1380 - 1471). Hain 9129; Goff I50. PHOTO AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
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2012-12-22 16:00:17
CALANDRI, Filippo.
Extremely rare second edition of the first illustrated Italian arithmetic, containing the first printed example of the modern method of long division, and the first printed use of the word 'zero'. Calandri's work was used to teach elementary mathematical techniques necessary for business, both for craftsmen and merchants. This edition follows the first of 1491, with the same illustrations (although there are some reversals and rearrangements) but a different printer. A richly illustrated manuscript of the work is preserved in the Biblioteca Riccardiana in Florence. <br/><br/> One of the earliest printed works to teach commercial arithmetic, it gives the leading rules for integers and for lire, soldi and denari. Calandri is the first to give long division 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" (Smith). <br/><br/> On the page facing the preface there appears a majestic, seated teacher in a classroom with students. The scene is labelled, 'Pythagoras, Inventor of Arithmetic'" The book then begins with a salutation that embedded the title of the work in a supposed network of patronage: "A small work of Filippo Calandri on Arithmetic, [dedicated] to Giuliano di Lorenzo de' Medici." The preface goes on to claim pre-eminence in commerce for Florence and to claim that the author went to a great deal of trouble to ensure that the book was printed in 'the Florentine style.' The exact meaning of <i>lo stile fiorentino</i> is u … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2012-12-15 13:04:52
KETHAM, Joannes de
Title in red and black with 4 large woodcut instruments (2 are repeated in text). Large double-page woodcut wound-man, smaller woodcut of a zodiac man, and 2 large text woodcuts; last leaf with printer's device. Old German paste-boards; some interior soiling, still a beautiful copy. Early edition of this rare surgical treatise, a cornerstone in the history of medicine. The initial sections on surgical practices and treatments are nearly identical with the corresponding portion of the author's Fasciculus medicine (Venice, 1491), a collection of writings by medical men for the use of practicing physician. Among the many medical concepts here are passages on injuries, goiters, cancer, phlebotomy, and recipes for various medications. This work is of major importance for containing the first detailed anatomical illustrations ever printed.& & Little is known of Johannes de Ketham, a name probably corrupted by the printers from Johannes von Kirchheim. In spite of extended research by Sudhoff and others, his identity remains unknown. This edition is extremely scarce.
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscript
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2012-06-29 13:39:48
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 Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2012-06-29 13:39:48
Ambrosius von Mailand
. . 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.
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2012-05-22 09:57:02
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (PSEUDO-).
With a nearly full-page woodcut of St. Augustinus on the title, 1 large woodcut initial. Printed Lombard initials. Roman type. 28 lines. 44 unn. leaves. 4to (205 x 140 mm). Brown morocco with gold-lettered title on spine, richly gilt. In a slipcase. Florence, (Laurentius de Morgianis and Johann Petri of Mainz), 10 November 1491. First illustrated edition in Italian of a very rare Florentine incunabulum. The only European copies outside Italy are kept in the holdings of the BL London (1 copy) and in the BN Paris (2 copies). The BN copies have no table like this present one, and their 2nd copy otherwise is imperfect). The large title-woodcut shows Saint Augustine writing in his study, surrounded by his accoutrements, his mitre and staff. The illustration is an exceptional example of the outline style of woodcuts of Florentine imprints in the 1490s. This treatise was attributed in the Middle Ages to Saint Augustine. The book has the form of an "inner dialogue" in which questions are posed, discussions take place and answers are provided, leading to self-knowledge. The 4-page text at the end by Jacobus Mediolanensis (fl. 13th c.) describes the "ten grades by which man can reach perfection" and is a summary of his "Stimulus amoris" (the goad or prick of love), one of the most important Franciscan tracts of that time, frequently attributed to Saint Bonaventura. - A final bifolium containing the table may have been issued in a few copies only. First leaf with small hole and light soiling, occasional minor mostly marginal soiling, otherwise a fine copy. - HCR 2018*; GW 3017 (Pseudo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schumann [Switzerland]
2010-05-01 07:58:36
GERSON JOANNES
VENETIA: PER BERTOLAMIO DI ZANI DA PORTESO. GERSON JOANNES. JOANNES GERSON DE IMMITATIONE CHRISTI ET DE CONTEMPTU MUNDI IN VULGARI SERMONE. Venetia, per Bertolamio di Zani da Porteso. XXIII Decembrio 1491.[Incunabolo-Volgare] ( Cm. 21,2 ) bella mz. pergamena antica ben restaurata, piatti con foglio di messale del '500 con due grandi capolettera figurati. --- cc. 72 (di 76) carattere romano, 36 linee, spazi per lettere capitali. La tavola è al verso della prima carta. A carta a2 : " incomincia il primo libro". Opera celebre di ascetica medievale di dubbia attribuzione. Edizione in volgare piuttosto rara, manca a OATES " IN CAMBRIDGE", I.G.I. registra solo 10 copie in Italia e GOFF 6 copie in America, nessuna in BODLEIAN LIBRARY, manca anche a proctor ed è non visto da HAIN. Purtroppo mancano le ultime 4 carte in fine segnate K che contengono l' Epistola " Ad Silvia Vergine." e il colophon, inoltre, per errore del legatore mancano 4 carte del registro g1 e g2 + le due corrispondenti, e al loro posto sono state inserite doppie g3 e g4 con le relative corrispondenti. Filo di tarlo ben restaurato verso la cerniera di alcune carte interne che tocca a volte il testo, lievi aloni marginali sparsi per lo più all' inizio, qualche lieve difetto, peraltro esemplare bello nitido e ben marginato. Alla prima carta Ex Libris manoscritto coevo: " Questo libro è di Carlo di M. Micalangaelo de li libri ?.Raniere.". --- HAIN-COPINGER 9129;--- I.G.I. 5132;--- GOFF I-50;--- BMC V 431;--- POLAIN 2076;--- HARVARD 2253;--- INOLTRE VEDI CAT. HARPER 1930 N° 107, CATALOGO ROSENTHAL DI MONACO 1900 N° 2 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia [Italy]
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2009-05-04 22:05:41
Folengo Teofilo (Merlini Cocai)
1491. cm. 8,5 x 14, rilegatura coeva piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso, pp. 541 e tabula-indica (8) Fogli con bruniture varie. Varie figure incise su legno all'inizio delle varie opere. Ci sono qui alcune delle opere più importanti del FOLENGO (poeta mantovano, monaco benedettino (Mantova 1491 - Campese di Bassano 1544) ZANITOLELLA, MOSCHEIDE, EPISTOLE ED EPIGRAMMI,ecc. (Brunet II pag. 1318) L'edizione era stata annunciata in alcuni casi come 1513.
Bookseller: Ferraguti service s.a.s. - Rivisteria [Parma, PARMA, Italy]
2008-11-27 14:24:39
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. So in allen Teilen komplett. Folio. Bd. 1: 204; 110 nicht numm. Bll. (von 111: ohne das letzte weiße). Bd. 2: 259 nicht mumm. Bll. (von 260: ohne das letzte weiße; das erste weiße erhalten). 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 geometrischem Dekor und mit Randausläufern versehen. Durchgehend kleinere rote und bzw. blaue Initialen eingemalt und in den gleichen Farben rubriziert. Teile III und IV 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 im einem rhombischen Feld eingemalt; das Feld in Blau und Rot. Teil V mit mehrzeiliger Einganginitiale in Blau, Rot und Grün, gefüllt mit geometrischem Dekor und mit Rankenwerk versehen. Kleinere Initialen überwiegend in Rot, wenige in Blau eingemalt, durchgehend in Rot rubriziert. Bd. 1: Mittelbraunes Leder um 1900 (etwas fleckig) mit geprägtem Rückentitel. Bd. 2: Pergament d. 18. Jahrhunderts (gebräunt, etwas fleckig, Rücken mit kleinen Läsuren). Bd. 3: Halbleder d. 18. Jahrhunderts (leicht berieben) mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe aller vier Bücher der Sentenzen des Petrus Lombardus mit dem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Büchel-Baur
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