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2020-08-15 07:24:20
BARZIZIUS, Christophorus. fl. 1492
Bernardinus de Misintis and Caesar Parmensis, Brescia, 1492. Only Edition. The Brescian humanist prepared this for the teacher, not the autodidact. The text has two parts, unusually designated editio prima and editio altera. The first covers the alphabet and the basics on nouns, adverbs, adjectives and verbs. The second part provides exercises in eloquent speech, notes on composition, accents, metrics, syllables, orthography, prefixes, diphthongs, aspiration and aid on sentence structure. This is first of four books issued by the partnership of de Misintis and Parmensis, March to May 1492, prior to their removal to Cremona. The other three editions are not represented in American collections. In good condition, purchase note of Georges Petit (1878-1956) dated March 1938. Scaglione, The Classical Theory of Composition from its Origins to the Present 127; Quondam, Forma del vivere: l'etica del gentiluomo 244; ISTC ib00259000; Goff B-259 (one copy). Vellum over stiff boards, all edges gilt [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books, Inc. [Narberth, PA, U.S.A.]
2020-08-14 13:58:13
SUSAN, ISSACHAR BEN MORDECAI IBN.
136 ll., including the blank leaf [108].Rare second (first authorized) edition, by far the best, of an extremely important work on Jewish calendrical calculations, also in relation to the liturgy, choice of readings, customs and dates for holidays. In addition to being a seminal work on the calendar and chronology, it records customs and liturgical practices (minhagim) of the ancient Jewish communities of Palestine (including even lore about the weather), whose traditions were already threatened and in many cases were soon to be lost as a result of the influx of Sephardic Jews after their expulsion from Spain in 1492 and Portugal in 1497. It also includes similar information about the communities in northern Africa, as well as astrological and astronomical information.Susan (ca. 1510?-1572) was a Maghribian (northwest African) Jew, probably born in Fez, in what is now Morocco. He moved to Jerusalem at an early age and studied with Levi ibn Habib, chief rabbi there from 1525, in the early years of the Ottoman control of Palestine. He studied further in Safed then briefly sought work in Thessaloniki in 1539, when he was already preparing the present work, and continued it in Damascus in 1540 before returning to Safed. With skilful repairs and restorations in the margins of first leaves, but still in good condition and with generous margins. The best edition, prepared by the author, of an essential source for Jewish calendrical calculations and for Jewish customs surviving in Palestine in the mid-16th century.l Adams, I20; Carlbach, Palaces of time (2011), pp. 47-54; A.M. Habe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: A. Asher & Co. B.V. [Netherlands]
2020-08-13 13:21:05
ALCIATO, Andrea.
256, [6] pp.Rouille issue of the first Spanish edition of the first emblem book, by the legal scholar Andrea Alciato (1492-1550) in Milan, first published in Latin at Augsburg in 1531 with only 104 emblems (97 with woodcuts), but greatly expanded up to the author's death. The present edition has more emblems and more woodcuts than any earlier edition, also more than the French and Italian editions by the same publishers in the same year and more than the competing editions by De Tournes. It brings the work nearly to its definitive form. Alciato not only produced a work that was to continue through hundreds of editions over the centuries, he invented a whole new genre, the emblem book, which combines allegorical images with a brief motto that aims to give the core of the idea and explanatory text (here in verse), the combination of text and image intended to give more meaning to both and to encourage contemplation by the reader.In most respects, the present Spanish edition follows the 1548 Latin edition but Bernardino Daza who translated it into Spanish claimed to have followed a printed copy with corrections in Alciato's hand, making the present Spanish text an essential source for the author's intentions, rather than just a translation.Most of the emblems are based on episodes in classical literature, so that their woodcuts depict those scenes, but one shows a map and 14 show quite detailed botanical illustrations of different species of trees: these were cut for the great botanist Leonard Fuchs, De historia stirpum commentarii insignes, which also appeared in 1549.With se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-08-05 08:19:03
Franchino Gaffurio
Filippo Mantegazza for Giovan Pietro da Lomazzo, 1492. Very Good antiquarian condition. See details below. [Early Printing - Incunabula - Milan] [Early Book Illustrations] [Music Theory - Renaissance] [Neoplatonic Philosophy] [Pythagoras] [History of Mathematics - Proportions] Printed in Milan, Filippo Mantegazza for Giovan Pietro da Lomazzo, 15 December 1492. Text in Latin. Illustrated with a fascinating full-page woodcut comprising 4 scenes showing Pythagoras, Iubal and Phylolaus playing various musical instruments, and numerous schematic woodcuts, and some printed music. Includes Carmen by Lancino Curti. VERY RARE IN TRADE. (The only other copy currently on the market is listed at £75,000, i.e. about $100,000.) Second Edition; First Edition Thus; fully revised and expanded version the first edition printed in Naples in 1480 under the title 'Theoricum opus musice discipline", which "was the first printed book broadly devoted to the study of music. The later version of the book published in 1492 is much better known and usually treated as the definitive version of the treatise." (C. Collins Judd, Reading Renaissance Music Theory, p.18). Offered here is a textually complete example of this GROUND-BREAKING WORK OF RENAISSANCE MUSIC THEORY, including the celebrated woodcuts of Pythagoras' musical experiments, which are "the first to portray him as a musician" (D.E. Smith, History of Mathematics, p.76). "Among the most important early printed treatises [on music] in terms of their influence on the sixteenth century were the writings of Franchino Gaffurio. His three most signif … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lux et Umbra Rare Books (lux-et-umbra) [Salt Lake City, Utah, United States]
2020-07-27 15:00:18
INCUNABLE). SILIUS ITALICUS
Venice, Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, May 18, 1492. 31 x 20 cm. Flexible vellum, probably from the 17th century. 156 leaves. Watermarks: cross, snake and oxhead. With introductory letter by Marsus to Virginio Orsini and a Life of Silius Italicus. Text with commentary on each page. With several nice woodcut and metalcut initials and a large woodcut printers mark 'OSM' at the end. 2nd Venetian edition. All edges gilt. With double (old) spine inscription. A bit soiled and worn, title in ballpoint on upper cover. Some text pages browned. Two old inscriptions in brown ink on the first two unprinted leaves, one crossed out, the other reads: 'Vi sono monete di Smirne, che ricordano questo poeto consolare'.Punica, the largest epic poem that survived from Roman antiquity, was written in dactylic hexameters by poet and politician Tiberius Catius Asconius Silius Italicus (about 28-103 AD). In seventeen Books containing more than twelve thousand verse the Second Punic War is painted, from the moment Hannibal Barcas laid siege to Saguntum in 219 BC to the victory of Scipio the Younger at Zama (near Carthage, 202 BC). The epos contains many classical heroic accounts of large battles in Spain, Italy and Carthago, but also praise for Silius' contemporary employers, the emperors Vespasian and Domitian. Silius admired Cicero and Vergil so much that he acquired Cicero's property at Tusculum and set Vergil's birthday above his own. The inscription on the inside upper cover points to a coin occasioned by Silius when he was proconsul in Asia (minted in 77-79) honoring Titus and Domit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fokas Holthuis [Netherlands]
2020-07-24 12:57:07
Opera illustrata sui quattro viaggi intrapresi da Cristoforo Colombo dal 1492 al 1504. L'opera, corredata di incisioni e mappe più volte ripiegate, analizza i quattro viaggi di Colombo con l'ausilio di lettere e pezzi inediti estratti dagli archivi della monarchia spagnola. Opera così composta: Tomo I: 1 incisione in antiporta raffigurante Cristoforo Colombo, XXXVII pagine, 1 non numerata, 400 pagine numerate. Tomo II: 1 incisione in antiporta raffigurante il busto di Cristoforo Colombo, 4 non non numerate, 489 pagine numerate. Tomo III: 1 facsimile di una lettera di Colombo, 4 non numerate 444 pagine numerate, 2 mappe geografiche più volte ripiegate 51 x 67 cm, una raffigurante il golfo del Messico ed una raffigurante le tappe del viaggio intrapreso. Complessivamente ben conservato, il testo riporta alcuni arrossamenti e fioriture dovuti alla tipologia di carta utilizzata. Anno: 1828 Editore: Paris chez Treuttel et Würtz Legatura: Pergamena Dimensioni: 21 × 12.5 cm.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Verbantiqua (libreria-antiquaria-verbantiqua) [scarperia, FI, Italy]
2020-07-23 15:31:51
ALCIATO, Andrea.
256, [6] pp.Rouille issue of the first Spanish edition of the first emblem book, by the legal scholar Andrea Alciato (1492-1550) in Milan, first published in Latin at Augsburg in 1531 with only 104 emblems (97 with woodcuts), but greatly expanded up to the author's death. The present edition has more emblems and more woodcuts than any earlier edition, also more than the French and Italian editions by the same publishers in the same year and more than the competing editions by De Tournes. It brings the work nearly to its definitive form. Alciato not only produced a work that was to continue through hundreds of editions over the centuries, he invented a whole new genre, the emblem book, which combines allegorical images with a brief motto that aims to give the core of the idea and explanatory text (here in verse), the combination of text and image intended to give more meaning to both and to encourage contemplation by the reader.In most respects, the present Spanish edition follows the 1548 Latin edition but Bernardino Daza who translated it into Spanish claimed to have followed a printed copy with corrections in Alciato's hand, making the present Spanish text an essential source for the author's intentions, rather than just a translation.Most of the emblems are based on episodes in classical literature, so that their woodcuts depict those scenes, but one shows a map and 14 show quite detailed botanical illustrations of different species of trees: these were cut for the great botanist Leonard Fuchs, De historia stirpum commentarii insignes, which also appeared in 1549.With se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 13:10:10
SUSAN, Issachar ben Mordecai ibn.
136 ll., including the blank leaf [108].Rare second (first authorized) edition, by far the best, of an extremely important work on Jewish calendrical calculations, also in relation to the liturgy, choice of readings, customs and dates for holidays. In addition to being a seminal work on the calendar and chronology, it records customs and liturgical practices (minhagim) of the ancient Jewish communities of Palestine (including even lore about the weather), whose traditions were already threatened and in many cases were soon to be lost as a result of the influx of Sephardic Jews after their expulsion from Spain in 1492 and Portugal in 1497. It also includes similar information about the communities in northern Africa, as well as astrological and astronomical information.Susan (ca. 1510?-1572) was a Maghribian (northwest African) Jew, probably born in Fez, in what is now Morocco. He moved to Jerusalem at an early age and studied with Levi ibn Habib, chief rabbi there from 1525, in the early years of the Ottoman control of Palestine. He studied further in Safed then briefly sought work in Thessaloniki in 1539, when he was already preparing the present work, and continued it in Damascus in 1540 before returning to Safed. With skilful repairs and restorations in the margins of first leaves, but still in good condition and with generous margins. The best edition, prepared by the author, of an essential source for Jewish calendrical calculations and for Jewish customs surviving in Palestine in the mid-16th century.l Adams, I20; Carlbach, Palaces of time (2011), pp. 47-54; A.M. Habe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-22 07:05:52
Marchesinus, Johannes
Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus, 1492. Vellum covered boards. 8vo. ff.(172). Complete. Double column text. With numerous large woodcut capitals. Large woodcut printer's device on colophon. The verso of the final leaf with the two line title, "Mamotrectus Super Bibliam." Bound in a partial leaf from an antiphonal manuscript, circa 1500, in red & black with a large ornate capital letter on the front cover. The first leaf, A1, the blank recto, with a contemporary inscription by one "D. Claudius, Brix" (from Brescia), with a nice ink drawing of a rolled ribbon? Some light soiling but a very good copy. Very good. The text is a guide to understanding the Bible written for the education of clerics. It is considered one of the most important Franciscan school texts of the later Middle Ages. Written at the end of the 13th century, it was first printed by Peter Schoffer in 1470, in folio, and went through 23 printed editions in the 15th century, typically going from folio format to quarto and then, at the end of the century, pocket octavo editions, as is ours. The ISTC records 5 American holdings. Goff M251. BMC V, 440.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-08 19:38:17
ARETINO, Pietro (1492-1556) - CARO, Annibale (1507-1566), The first part of M. Pietro Aretino's Ragionamenti, known as the scourge of prencipi, the truthful, is divine. Divided into three days. The contents of which will be presented in the following facade. MDLXXXIIII. [followed by:] The second part of reasoning by M. Pietro Aretino, known as the scourge of prencipi, [...] divided into three days, [...] After which we added the pleasant reasoning of Zoppino, composed by this same author [ followed by:] Comment by ser Agresto da Ficaruolo on the first ficata of his father Siceo. With the rumor de nasi. Colophon (c. Cc6r): Printed, with good license (toltami) in the noble city of Bengodi, in Italy other times happier, the viggesimo first of October MDLXXXIV [ie London, John Windet for John Wolfe, ca. 1595-'97] London John Windet for John Wolfe Three parts in a volume in 8vo (mm. 161x98). Part one: pp. [12], 228. Press-mark: AP8. Imprint: ean- ii- a-ni are (3) 1595 (Q). Part two and third: pp. [10], 401, [5 white], 142, [2 white]. Press-mark: AZ8 Aa-Mm8. Footprints: f-di i? A- i, icano (7) 1595 (Q); lalo O.ol o.er teco (3) 1595 (Q). Cards A1, Cc7, Cc8 and Mm8 are white. To the cc. Z7r-Dd7r is located: Segulta [Sic] the pleasant reasoning of the Aretino, in which the Zoppinomade a friar, and Lodovico puttaniere dealt with the life and genealogy of all the Courtesans of Rome. From c. Dd1r, with its own pagination, begins, by Annibale Caro, il Comment by ser Agresto da Ficaruolo on the first fica of his father Siceo [ie Francesco Maria Molza]. With the rumor de nasi. Small woode … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-15 08:43:34
ARDUINO, Sante.
[Incipit:] Incipit liber de venenis ...(Colophon: Venice, Bernardino Rizzo, 1492). Folio (42 x 28 cm). Modern black- and gold-tooled calf. [4], 101, [1] ll. First edition of a work on poisons, compiled by Sante Arduino (or Ardoini) of Pesaro. "... the elaborate compendium on poisons in eight books which Sante Ardoini of Pesaro compiled in the years, 1424-1426, from Greek, Arabic and Latin works on medicine and nature, and which was printed at Venice in 1492, and at Basel in 1518 and 1562. ... Although Ardoini quotes previous authors at great length, his work is no mere compilation, since he does not hesitate to disagree with such medical authorities of Peter of Abano and Gentile da Foligno, and refers to his own medical experience or observation of nature at Venice and to what fisherman or collectors of herbs have told him. He also seems to have known Arabic, and his occasional practice of giving the names of herbs in several Italian dialects is of some linguistic value" (Thorndike). Arduino makes extensive use of the works by Avicenna (Ibn Sina), who "held a high place in Western European medical studies, ranking together with Hippocrates and Galen as an acknowledged authority" (Weisser). Among the numerous other sources he used are Galen, Avenzoar (Ibn Zuhr), Rasis (al-Razi), Andromachus, Albucasis (Al-Zahrawi), Serapion the Younger and Dioscorides.A very good copy, with only a few marginal waterstains. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities and with a few scratches on boards. BMC STC Italian, p. 927; Thorndike III, p. 545; USTC (no copies listed).
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 15:16:07
ARDUINO, Sante.
[Incipit:] Incipit liber de venenis ...(Colophon: Venice, Bernardino Rizzo, 1492). Folio (42 x 28 cm). Modern black- and gold-tooled calf. [4], 101, [1] ll. First edition of a work on poisons, compiled by Sante Arduino (or Ardoini) of Pesaro. "... the elaborate compendium on poisons in eight books which Sante Ardoini of Pesaro compiled in the years, 1424-1426, from Greek, Arabic and Latin works on medicine and nature, and which was printed at Venice in 1492, and at Basel in 1518 and 1562. ... Although Ardoini quotes previous authors at great length, his work is no mere compilation, since he does not hesitate to disagree with such medical authorities of Peter of Abano and Gentile da Foligno, and refers to his own medical experience or observation of nature at Venice and to what fisherman or collectors of herbs have told him. He also seems to have known Arabic, and his occasional practice of giving the names of herbs in several Italian dialects is of some linguistic value" (Thorndike). Arduino makes extensive use of the works by Avicenna (Ibn Sina), who "held a high place in Western European medical studies, ranking together with Hippocrates and Galen as an acknowledged authority" (Weisser). Among the numerous other sources he used are Galen, Avenzoar (Ibn Zuhr), Rasis (al-Razi), Andromachus, Albucasis (Al-Zahrawi), Serapion the Younger and Dioscorides.A very good copy, with only a few marginal waterstains. Binding slightly rubbed along the extremities and with a few scratches on boards. BMC STC Italian, p. 927; Thorndike III, p. 545; USTC (no copies listed).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-07 07:22:10
1492. Ottimo esemplare di una bella e rara cinquecentina di argomento scientifico riccamente illustrata. Con unita un'altra bella cinquecentina elegantemente stampata dal Plantin. Due opere rilegate all'epoca in un volume: 1) BUTEO Johannes (BORREL Jean) - (1492 - 1572) ... OPERA GEOMETRICA quorum tituli sequuntur: De Arca Noe, cuius formae, capacitatisque fuerit, De Sublicio ponte Caesaris, Confutatio quadraturae circuli ab Orontio Finaeo facta, Ad locum Quintiliani geometricum explanatio, Ad problema cubi duplicandi, De fluentis acqua mensura, Emendatio explicationis organi a Columella descripti, De libra et statera, De precio margaritarum. LIONE Apud Thomam Bertellum (Thomas Bertheau) 1554 Un volume in quarto (cm. 24 x 16), di pagine 158, (2). Al frontespizio marca tipografica xilografica; altra marca tipografica in fine; nel testo numerose eleganti iniziali xilografiche, grandi figure geometriche, e molte immagini xilografiche, otto delle quali a piena pagina, riproducenti l'arca di Noé, ponti, bilance e stadere, isole fluviali, e anche la villa dell'autore, etc. Ottimo esemplare, con lieve uniforme brunitura di alcune carte; Honeymann Coll. 1°, 557 (Sotheby's 1978) Collazionato completo. Adams B-3356; BMC, French, 88; manca a Smith. 2) TORRENTIUS Laevinus POEMATA SACRA Laeuini Torrentii S. Romanae Ecclesiae protonotarii, archidiaconi Leodiensis ANVERSA Ex officina Christophori Plantini (Cristophe Plantin) Un volume in quarto (cm. 24 x 16), di pagine 116, (36). Al frontespizio la marca xilografica del Plantin; il testo é stampato con un grande elegante carattere corsiv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-06-06 07:55:04
Marchesinus, Johannes
Venice: Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus, 1492. Vellum covered boards. Very good. 8vo. ff.(172). Complete. Double column text. With numerous large woodcut capitals. Large woodcut printer's device on colophon. The verso of the final leaf with the two line title, "Mamotrectus Super Bibliam." Bound in a partial leaf from an antiphonal manuscript, circa 1500, in red & black with a large ornate capital letter on the front cover. The first leaf, A1, the blank recto, with a contemporary inscription by one "D. Claudius, Brix" (from Brescia), with a nice ink drawing of a rolled ribbon? Some light soiling but a very good copy. The text is a guide to understanding the Bible written for the education of clerics. It is considered one of the most important Franciscan school texts of the later Middle Ages. Written at the end of the 13th century, it was first printed by Peter Schoffer in 1470, in folio, and went through 23 printed editions in the 15th century, typically going from folio format to quarto and then, at the end of the century, pocket octavo editions, as is ours. The ISTC records 5 American holdings. Goff M251. BMC V, 440.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. [United States]
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2020-05-24 16:07:02
Juvenal
Venise: 1492. Bel état du papier avec les défauts signalés. La reliure voyante du XXèm siècle et de qualité à bien préservé cet émouvant exemplaire du berceau de l'imprimerie. Venetiis Impressum est hoc Juvenalis ops cum tibus commentis per Ioannem de cereto de tridino MCCCCLXXXXII Die secundo decembris. Grand in 4 (22.5 x 32.5 cm), ferme reliure pastiche plein veau clair (XXem siècle), dos à 4 nerfs saillants, caisson de titre, entre nerfs bien ornés dorés, filet doré sur les nerfs, guirlande dorée encadrant le premier plat, semi de 13 fleurs de lys sur le premier plat, papier tourbillons sur contre plats et gardes, frise encadrant les contre plats, bel état de la reliure, Texte à longue ligne, 8 ff, 188 folio numérotés au recto, 4 ff (dont Registrum), plusieurs erreurs de pagination, "Iuvenalis" écrit à la plume sur la tranche latérale, des rousseurs disséminées, quelques pages superficiellement touchées, 4 feuillets aux larges et fortes rousseurs sans nuire à la lecture, quelques mouillures claires en marge avec légère atteinte des premières lettres, espace vierge pour les lettrines, notre exemplaire est, à l'exception des quelques feuillets signalés, en bel état. Le Registre est suivi de l'Ecusson de l'imprimeur. Lettres rondes sans réclames et avec signature.
Bookseller: cyruslivres [ Marseille, France]
2020-05-23 19:47:02
Mirabilia Romae
Roma, Eucharius Silber, 1492. In 8vo (mm. 133x94). Cc. [6 di 8]. Segnatura: a8. Mancano le carte a1 (contenente al recto un legno raffigurante Rhea Sylvia e la Lupa che allatta Romolo e Remo con Roma sullo sfondo e, al verso, l'inizio del testo) e a8 bianca. Da 26 a 28 linee per pagina. Carattere 7. Senza legatura. Leggera brunitura uniforme. IGI data circa 1492-98. Proctor attribuisce la stampaa Plannck Copinger 4045; Sander 4600; IGI 6481; Proctor 3798; BMC IV 126; GW M23536. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2020-05-17 06:34:34
ARISTOTELES
Impreso por Sebastian Manilus. VENECIA, 1492. ARISTOTELIS ||| De natura animalium libri novem || De partibus animalium libri quattuor || De generatione animalium libri quinquibus ||| INTERPRETE THEODORO GAZA. Colofón: Iohannes & Gregorius de gregoriis fratres eorum opera & impensa Venetiis impresserunt: Seba|| stianus Manilus Romanus recognouit & capita disposuit quartodecimo Kalendas decembris. || Incarnationis Dominice anno. 1492. Quartodecino Kalendas decembris Incarnationis Dominice anno. Augustino Barbadico Serenissimo Venetiarum principe rem || publicam tenente. VENECIA. Johannes & Gregorius de Gregoriis. de Forlivio, 18 de Noviembre de 1492. 33 x 23 cm. 6 F. , 106 F. numerados. Primera página de la obra con orla decorada. Faltan las letras capitales en todo el texto, estan impresas las letras guía. Encuadernación moderna en media piel y madera. Con algunas anotaciones marginales antiguas en tinta. Marca de antiguo sello en la portada. Ejemplar restaurado, lavado y con algunas páginas consolidadas y reconstruidas sin afectar al texto. Estado de conservación Muy Bueno ISTC ia00974000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LLIBRERIA RODES [BARCELONA, Spain]
2020-05-16 07:57:21
BARZIZIUS, Christophorus. fl. 1492
Brescia: Bernardinus de Misintis and Caesar Parmensis, 1492. Vellum over stiff boards, all edges gilt. Only Edition. The Brescian humanist prepared this for the teacher, not the autodidact. The text has two parts, unusually designated editio prima and editio altera. The first covers the alphabet and the basics on nouns, adverbs, adjectives and verbs. The second part provides exercises in eloquent speech, notes on composition, accents, metrics, syllables, orthography, prefixes, diphthongs, aspiration and aid on sentence structure.  This is first of four books issued by the partnership of de Misintis and Parmensis, March to May 1492, prior to their removal to Cremona. The other three editions are not represented in American collections. In good condition, purchase note of Georges Petit (1878-1956) dated March 1938. ¶Scaglione, The Classical Theory of Composition from its Origins to the Present 127; Quondam, Forma del vivere: l'etica del gentiluomo 244; ISTC ib00259000; Goff B-259 (one copy).
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-14 05:50:33
CLAVASIO, ANGELO DE
Venetiis [Venice]: Georgius de Arrivabenis, 4 June 1492. 172 x 118 mm. (6 3/4 x 4 1/2"). 8 p.l., 519 leaves, [1] leaf (blank), 12 leaves. Double column, 44 lines, gothic type. 19th century half pigskin over marbled boards, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with calligraphic flourishes, one brown and one tan morocco label, marbled endpapers, reinforced hinges. Two-line initials in red or blue for each entry, first entry ("Abbas") with six-line initial in blue with red penwork extending into margin. Front pastedown with ticket of Molnár Mihály and armorial bookplate of Caroli Susuch; verso of front flyleaf with ink stamp of a Budapest library; title page with "B S A M" stamp of the Franciscan abbey of St. Anna in Munich. Extensive--but always neat--marginalia in at least three different early hands. Goff A-723; BMC V, 386; ISTC ia00723000. Extremities a little rubbed, paper boards lightly chafed, four quires a bit browned, occasional mild marginal stains or smudges, other trivial imperfections, but a nearly fine copy, clean, fresh, and mostly rather bright, in a solid, not unappealing binding.This is a practical guide for confessors and the principal work of the Franciscan Angelus de Clavasio (1411-95), Vicar-General of the order of Friars Minor and an influential diplomat and theologian. A collection of 659 alphabetically arranged articles dealing with ecclesiastical terms and a general dictionary of moral theology, it deals in considerable detail with issues of conduct, casuistry, and canon law. It was a widely used guidebook for confessors from its … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-05-13 16:34:20
Thomas von Aquin:
Basel, Nikolaus Kessler, 1492. 153 nn. Bl. (von 154 - das letzte weiße fehlt). Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schluß, zahlreichen Lombarden und weiteren Rubrizierungen in Rot. Folio. Schweinslederbd d. Z. auf Holzdeckeln, mit 3 Bünden, reicher Blindprägung und 2 hs. Rückenschildern. GW M46359; Goff T 329; BMC II, 770; BSB H-5; Graesse VII, 139. Ein Nachweis des Buchbinders ist nicht gelungen, der dies Exemplar als Schweinsledereinband auf schweren Holzdeckeln mit Streicheisen-Gevierten, floralen Rollen- und Plattenstempeln (Rosen, Margeriten) verzierte; die spätgotische Stilistik weist allerdings hin auf die Zeit des Probstes Johannes Zi(n)gießer, der 1499 bis 1523 dem Kloster Polling im heutigen Landkreis Weilheim-Schongau vorstand und umfänglich die baulichen Anlagen des Klosters (Kapelle, Refektorium, Bibliothek etc.) im spätgotischen Stil umgestalten ließ. Das gestochene Exlibris auf dem vorderen Spiegel (datiert mit 1744) zeigt das Dreischilder-Wappen des damaligen Probstes Franz Töpsel (vgl. auch Zimmermann, S. 122ff; mit Abb.); es wurde von dem bedeutenden Kupferstecher Franz Xaver Andreas Jungwierth (1720-1790) geschaffen (vgl. Thieme/B. 19, 332f) und über einen älteren hs. Besitzvermerk geklebt; aus der Mitte des 18. Jhdts stammt vermutlich auch der hs. Kommentar auf der Titelei: "Pertinet ad studium philosophiae"; verso Titelei ein weiterer hs. Besitzvermerk des Klosters Polling, das in "Doktor Faustus" von Thomas Mann als Kloster "Pfeiffering" wiedererkannt werden kann. Buchberger (1907; I, 236) stellt dar, dass dieser Kommentar zu den Sentenzen des P. Lombardi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2020-05-13 05:47:26
CLAVASIO, ANGELO DE
Venetiis [Venice]: Georgius de Arrivabenis, 4 June 1492. 172 x 118 mm. (6 3/4 x 4 1/2"). 8 p.l., 519 leaves, [1] leaf (blank), 12 leaves. Double column, 44 lines, gothic type. 19th century half pigskin over marbled boards, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with calligraphic flourishes, one brown and one tan morocco label, marbled endpapers, reinforced hinges. Two-line initials in red or blue for each entry, first entry ("Abbas") with six-line initial in blue with red penwork extending into margin. Front pastedown with ticket of Molnár Mihály and armorial bookplate of Caroli Susuch; verso of front flyleaf with ink stamp of a Budapest library; title page with "B S A M" stamp of the Franciscan abbey of St. Anna in Munich. Extensive--but always neat--marginalia in at least three different early hands. Goff A-723; BMC V, 386; ISTC ia00723000. Extremities a little rubbed, paper boards lightly chafed, four quires a bit browned, occasional mild marginal stains or smudges, other trivial imperfections, but a nearly fine copy, clean, fresh, and mostly rather bright, in a solid, not unappealing binding. This is a practical guide for confessors and the principal work of the Franciscan Angelus de Clavasio (1411-95), Vicar-General of the order of Friars Minor and an influential diplomat and theologian. A collection of 659 alphabetically arranged articles dealing with ecclesiastical terms and a general dictionary of moral theology, it deals in considerable detail with issues of conduct, casuistry, and canon law. It was a widely used guidebook for confessors from its first print … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-12 21:03:05
CLAVASIO, ANGELO DE
Georgius de Arrivabenis 4 June 1492, Venetiis [Venice]. 172 x 118 mm. (6 3/4 x 4 1/2"). 8 p.l., 519 leaves, [1] leaf (blank), 12 leaves. Double column, 44 lines, gothic type. 19th century half pigskin over marbled boards, raised bands, spine gilt in compartments with calligraphic flourishes, one brown and one tan morocco label, marbled endpapers, reinforced hinges. Two-line initials in red or blue for each entry, first entry ("Abbas") with six-line initial in blue with red penwork extending into margin. Front pastedown with ticket of Molnár Mihály and armorial bookplate of Caroli Susuch; verso of front flyleaf with ink stamp of a Budapest library; title page with "B S A M" stamp of the Franciscan abbey of St. Anna in Munich. Extensive--but always neat--marginalia in at least three different early hands. Goff A-723; BMC V, 386; ISTC ia00723000. Extremities a little rubbed, paper boards lightly chafed, four quires a bit browned, occasional mild marginal stains or smudges, other trivial imperfections, but a nearly fine copy, clean, fresh, and mostly rather bright, in a solid, not unappealing binding. This is a practical guide for confessors and the principal work of the Franciscan Angelus de Clavasio (1411-95), Vicar-General of the order of Friars Minor and an influential diplomat and theologian. A collection of 659 alphabetically arranged articles dealing with ecclesiastical terms and a general dictionary of moral theology, it deals in considerable detail with issues of conduct, casuistry, and canon law. It was a widely used guidebook for confessors from its first printing in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-05-12 21:03:05
HAEDUS, PETRUS
Treviso: Gerardus de Lisa, de Flandria, 13 Oct. 1492. FIRST EDITION. 215 x 150 mm. (7 7/8 x 5 7/8"). 6 p.l., 97 leaves (without final blank). Single column, 25 lines, roman type. FIRST EDITION. New unlettered limp vellum in the style of the period. Front pastedown with bookplate of José Lorenzo Cossío. With numerous marginal annotations in two different early hands. Goff H-2; BMC VI, 885; ISTC ih00002000; V. Schulderer, "A Fleming in Venice," in "Fifty Essays", pp. 113-126. Intermittent dampstains to edges, intruding into tail margin of first quire (but well away from text), occasional minor foxing, thumbing, or small stains to margins, but an excellent copy internally, generally clean, fresh, and rather bright with generous margins, and in a perfectly suitable retrospective binding.Written as advice for the author's nephew, a college student, this philosophical treatise on the types of love is particularly concerned with the dangers of erotic passion. It takes the form of a lively discussion between the author, who is a priest, and two members of his intellectual circle, one a poet who makes the case for the beauties and pleasures of love, and the other a priest who warns against the consequences of indulging in carnality. The "conversation" encompasses representations in art of love, sexual attraction and desire, the state of marriage and the relations between the sexes, and forays into peripheral concerns like fashion and personal grooming. Our copy offers the intriguing opportunity to examine the reactions of at least two contemporary readers whose comm … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-04-26 08:31:17
1492. Ottimo esemplare di una bella e rara cinquecentina di argomento scientifico riccamente illustrata. Con unita un'altra bella cinquecentina elegantemente stampata dal Plantin. Due opere rilegate all'epoca in un volume: 1) BUTEO Johannes (BORREL Jean) - (1492 - 1572) ... OPERA GEOMETRICA quorum tituli sequuntur: De Arca Noe, cuius formae, capacitatisque fuerit, De Sublicio ponte Caesaris, Confutatio quadraturae circuli ab Orontio Finaeo facta, Ad locum Quintiliani geometricum explanatio, Ad problema cubi duplicandi, De fluentis acqua mensura, Emendatio explicationis organi a Columella descripti, De libra et statera, De precio margaritarum. LIONE Apud Thomam Bertellum (Thomas Bertheau) 1554 Un volume in quarto (cm. 24 x 16), di pagine 158, (2). Al frontespizio marca tipografica xilografica; altra marca tipografica in fine; nel testo numerose eleganti iniziali xilografiche, grandi figure geometriche, e molte immagini xilografiche, otto delle quali a piena pagina, riproducenti l'arca di Noé, ponti, bilance e stadere, isole fluviali, e anche la villa dell'autore, etc. Ottimo esemplare, con lieve uniforme brunitura di alcune carte; Honeymann Coll. 1°, 557 (Sotheby's 1978) Collazionato completo. Adams B-3356; BMC, French, 88; manca a Smith. 2) TORRENTIUS Laevinus POEMATA SACRA Laeuini Torrentii S. Romanae Ecclesiae protonotarii, archidiaconi Leodiensis ANVERSA Ex officina Christophori Plantini (Cristophe Plantin) Un volume in quarto (cm. 24 x 16), di pagine 116, (36). Al frontespizio la marca xilografica del Plantin; il testo é stampato con un grande elegante carattere corsiv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-04-16 09:36:05
Herzfeld, Marie (Herausgeberin)
1492. (22 x 15,5 cm); 8°; Orig.-Pergamentbände mit Schließen und Kopfgoldschnitt. Band I: Francesco Matarazzo: Chronik von Perugia 1492 - 1503. Übersetzt und eingeleitet von Marie Herzfeld. 1910. 4 Blätter, LVI,258,(6) Seiten. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band II: Francesco Petrarca: Brief an die Nachwelt. Gespräch über die Weltverachtung. Von seiner und vieler Leute Unwissenheit. Übersetzt und eingeleitet von Hermann Hefele. 1910. 3 Blätter,XL,197,(2) Seiten mit 3 Bildbeigaben. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band III: Enea Silvio Piccolomini: Briefe. Übersetzt von Max Mell. 1911. 3 Blätter, LX, 285,(2) Seiten mit 16 Bildtafeln. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band IV: Alfonso I. / Ferrante I. von Neapel. Schriften von Antonio, Beccadelli Tristano Caracciolo, Camillo Porzio. Übersetzt und eingeleitet von Hermann Hefele. 1912. 3 Blätter, LXV, 321,(3) Seiten mit 12 Bildtafeln. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band V: Luca Landucci. Ein florentinisches Tagebuch 1450 - 1516. Band I. Nebst einer anonymen Fortsetzung 1516 - 1542. Übersetzt, eingeleitet und erklärt von Marie Herzfeld. 1912. 1 Blatt, XV, 244,(5) Seiten mit 18 Bildtafeln; Band VI: Luca Landucci. Ein florentinisches Tagebuch 1450 - 1516. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band II. Nebst einer anonymen Fortsetzung 1516 - 1542. Übersetzt, eingeleitet und erklärt von Marie Herzfeld. 1913. 4 Blätter, 389,(3) Seiten mit 16 Bildtafeln. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band VII: Piercandido Decembrio: Leben des Filippo Maria Visconti und Taten des Franzesco Sforza. Übersetzt und eingeleitet von Philipp Funk. 1913. 1 Blatt, LVI, 113,(7) Seiten mit 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heinrich Heine Antiquariat oHG [Düsseldorf, NRW, Germany]
2020-04-11 14:04:15
Brunus Leonardus
Firenze: Bartolomeo de' Libri, 5 giugno 1492(1492). [Incunabolo-Firenze] (cm.33) ottima mezza pergamena antica, ben restaurata, piatti realizzati con fogli dell' index della Cronica di Norimberga del 1493. -- cc. 208 nn.(di 222). Carattere romano, 40 linee, spazi per lettere capitali. incunabolo celeberrimo per la storia d' Italia e di Firenze, dalle origini al 1401 scritta dal grande umanista aretino Leonardo Bruni; contiene fra l' altro le più antiche notazioni biografiche su Dante Alighieri. La traduzione dell' Acciaiuoli apparve nel 1476, questa nostra seconda edizione a dire del Moreni, I 175, è "forse più bella della prima". Normalmente contiene anche la opera di Poggio Bracciolini "Historia Florentina" 1492, ma molti repertori la notano separatamente. Vedi olschki "Monumenta Typographica" n° 175 e 175/A e olschki "Incunabola Typographica" Cat. 94(1915) n° 26 e 27 dove una copia scompleta della sola parte del Bruni è venduta a caro prezzo. Mancano le prime otto carte segnate a + b1 e b8 + le ultime 4 carte segnate Px: 14 carte in tutto. Una macchia interessa 5 carte interne al III libro, con lettera capitale a tempera azzurra danneggiata, una lieve ombreggiatura all' estremo angolo bianco basso ad alcune carte interne, altrimenti esemplare bellissimo, nitido e a grandi margini di questo capolavoro tipografico di Bartolomeo Dei Libri. * Moreni I 175; * Hain 1563; * Goff B 1248; * I.G.I. 2203; * Pellechet 1116; * G.W. 5613; * Proctor 6197; * Oates in Cambridge 2354; * Harvard 2905; Bmc VI 649.[f72]. Libro. Book Condition: in ottime condizioni. Binding: Ri … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-01 15:46:02
San Bernardo da Chiaravalle
In-16°. Carte 92. Rilegatura in piena pergamena rigida antica. Lievi macchie e bruniture. Stato di conservazione molto buono. All'ultima carta bianca, annotazioni di antica mano. Rarissimo incunabolo che raccoglie i discorsi di San Bernardo da Chiaravalle indirizzati a sua sorella Ombelina sul modo di vivere correttamente e pienamente la religione cristiana. Si tratta molto probabilmente di una edizione originale, stampata a Venezia da Bernardino de' Benali il 30 maggio 1492, come risulta dal colophon.
Bookseller: Libreria Rotondi [Italy]
2020-03-31 06:21:06
Marchesinus, Johannes
Bonetus Locatellus for Octavius Scotus, 5 June, 1492. 8vo, 172 leaves (complete), approx. 7" x 4¾" (177 x 120 mm), printer's device on the recto of the final leaf; collating a-x8, y4; text in double column, 45 lines plus headlines, gothic letter; with numerous 8-line woodcut initials; occasional early annotations, manuscript ex-libri on the blank recto of A1; later full vellum, manuscript title on spine. Goff M-251; Hain-Copinger 10569; BMC V, 440.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States]
2020-03-27 21:37:04
Guillelmus (auch Guillermus) Parisiensis:
Basel, Nikolaus Kessler, 1. X. 1492. 99 (statt 102), 59 (ohne das letzte weiße) nn. Bl. Mit 54 Holzschnitten, davon einige wiederholt, und Druckermarke am Schluß. 4° (22,5 x 14,5 cm). Holzdeckel der Zeit mit blindgeprägtem Lederrücken und Leder-Messing-Schließe. GW 12000 (Kopie des Eintrags liegt bei); Hain 8279; BM STC 116 (IA 37636); Goff G-629. Kessler druckte mit der hier vollständigen Holzschnittfolge die Postilla in drei Auflagen, von denen die vorliegende die früheste ist. Die Schnitte sind vermutlich beeinflußt von den Illustrationen des Straßburger Plenariums von Knoblochtzer. Kesslers "Holzschnitte sind nicht sehr zahlreich" (Geldner I, 122). Die Texte der Postilla entstanden wahrscheinlich 1437 und 1439 und werden Johannes Herolt (+ 1464 in Nürnberg) zugeschrieben. Die Postilla war ein Bestseller der Inkunabel-Zeit: GW führt insgesamt mehr als 100 Ausgaben an! Der zeitgenössische Holzdeckel-Einband mit Blindprägung (Streicheisen, stilisierte Rosetten) und Mittelschließe, deren Dekor aus langschäftigen gotischen Minuskeln auf Anker und Haken dem Marienlob dienen könnte. Es fehlen die Bl. m7-8, n6 (leer), h6 (leer); etwas berieben und bestoßen; vorderes Außengelenk angeplatzt; Lederriemen der Schließe und Vorsätze erneuert; a1 (mit großem Holzschnitt der Kreuzigungsszene) fingerfleckig; angegraut und gelegentlich etwas fleckig. Weitere Abbildungen auf Anfrage als email. LA
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2020-03-26 20:50:14
CARLETTI, Angelo (Angelo da Chivasso - Angelus De Clavasio).
Venetiis, Giorgio de Arrivabene mantovano, 1492. CARLETTI, Angelo (Angelo da Chivasso Angelus De Clavasio). Summa Angelica de casibus coscientiae. (insieme con :) Privilegia et indulgentiae fratrum minorum ordinis Sancti Francisci. Venetiis, (Johann Hamman), (1495 ?). Venetiis, Giorgio de Arrivabene mantovano, 4 giugno 1492. In-8° (17,4 cm x 12,4 cm). Cc (8), 519, (1) carta bianca, 12; (24). Segnatura: #8, a8, b-z12, A-V12, X8 (carta X8 bianca), 12; a-c8. Solida ed affascinante legatura veneziana coeva in piena pelle impressa a fuoco su assi di legno (dorso anticamente rinforzato), segni di antichi fermagli. Piatti inquadrati da una triplice bordura impressa a fuoco che incornicia i campi centrali decorati da motivi geometrici. Testo su due colonne e 44 linee rubricate interamente in rosso e blu. Grande marca tipografica di Arrivabene impressa al verso della carta 519. Al verso della carta a1 dei "Privilegia Fratrum Sancti Francisci" rilegati in alla fine della "Summa", una grande xilografia a piena pagina (ripetuta alla c8v) raffigura San Francesco a figura intera con, ai lati, due frati adoranti proni innanzi a lui. Una nota manoscritta in chiara grafia dell' epoca al recto della carta #1 attesta la provenienza dell' opera dalla chiesa di Santa Caterina di Asti "Ex Biblioteca Sancta Catarina de Asta" . Esemplare miniato, in ottimo stato di conservazione, nella sua affascinante legatura del tempo. Al recto della carta a1 della "Summa", una grande lettera capitale A miniata con inserti in oro a foglia (misura 2,5 cm x 2 cm) è inserita in una delicata ed elegante bordura lat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Dentis (ALAI - ILAB) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2020-03-17 15:47:11
Guillelmus (auch Guillermus) Parisiensis
Basel, Nikolaus Kessler, 1. X. 1492. 99 (statt 102), 59 (ohne das letzte weiße) nn. Bl.. Mit 54 Holzschnitten, davon einige wiederholt, und Druckermarke am Schluß. 4 (22,5 x 14,5 cm). Holzdeckel der Zeit mit blindgeprägtem Lederrücken und Leder-Messing-Schließe. GW 12000 (Kopie des Eintrags liegt bei) Hain 8279 BM STC 116 (IA 37636) Goff G-629. Kessler druckte mit der hier vollständigen Holzschnittfolge die Postilla in drei Auflagen, von denen die vorliegende die früheste ist. Die Schnitte sind vermutlich beeinflußt von den Illustrationen des Straßburger Plenariums von Knoblochtzer. Kesslers "Holzschnitte sind nicht sehr zahlreich" (Geldner I, 122). Die Texte der Postilla entstanden wahrscheinlich 1437 und 1439 und werden Johannes Herolt (+ 1464 in Nürnberg) zugeschrieben. Die Postilla war ein Bestseller der Inkunabel-Zeit: GW führt insgesamt mehr als 100 Ausgaben an! Der zeitgenössische Holzdeckel-Einband mit Blindprägung (Streicheisen, stilisierte Rosetten) und Mittelschließe, deren Dekor aus langschäftigen gotischen Minuskeln auf Anker und Haken dem Marienlob dienen könnte. Es fehlen die Bl. m7-8, n6 (leer), h6 (leer) etwas berieben und bestoßen vorderes Außengelenk angeplatzt Lederriemen der Schließe und Vorsätze erneuert a1 (mit großem Holzschnitt der Kreuzigungsszene) fingerfleckig angegraut und gelegentlich etwas fleckig. Weitere Abbildungen auf Anfrage als email.
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2020-03-09 10:52:04
Herzfeld, Marie (Herausgeberin)
1492. (22 x 15,5 cm); 8°; Orig.-Pergamentbände mit Schließen und Kopfgoldschnitt. Band I: Francesco Matarazzo: Chronik von Perugia 1492 - 1503. Übersetzt und eingeleitet von Marie Herzfeld. 1910. 4 Blätter, LVI,258,(6) Seiten. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band II: Francesco Petrarca: Brief an die Nachwelt. Gespräch über die Weltverachtung. Von seiner und vieler Leute Unwissenheit. Übersetzt und eingeleitet von Hermann Hefele. 1910. 3 Blätter,XL,197,(2) Seiten mit 3 Bildbeigaben. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band III: Enea Silvio Piccolomini: Briefe. Übersetzt von Max Mell. 1911. 3 Blätter, LX, 285,(2) Seiten mit 16 Bildtafeln. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band IV: Alfonso I. / Ferrante I. von Neapel. Schriften von Antonio, Beccadelli Tristano Caracciolo, Camillo Porzio. Übersetzt und eingeleitet von Hermann Hefele. 1912. 3 Blätter, LXV, 321,(3) Seiten mit 12 Bildtafeln. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band V: Luca Landucci. Ein florentinisches Tagebuch 1450 - 1516. Band I. Nebst einer anonymen Fortsetzung 1516 - 1542. Übersetzt, eingeleitet und erklärt von Marie Herzfeld. 1912. 1 Blatt, XV, 244,(5) Seiten mit 18 Bildtafeln; Band VI: Luca Landucci. Ein florentinisches Tagebuch 1450 - 1516. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band II. Nebst einer anonymen Fortsetzung 1516 - 1542. Übersetzt, eingeleitet und erklärt von Marie Herzfeld. 1913. 4 Blätter, 389,(3) Seiten mit 16 Bildtafeln. Nr. 163 von 200 Exemplaren; Band VII: Piercandido Decembrio: Leben des Filippo Maria Visconti und Taten des Franzesco Sforza. Übersetzt und eingeleitet von Philipp Funk. 1913. 1 Blatt, LVI, 113,(7) Seiten mit 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-02 07:37:38
1492. Ottimo esemplare di una bella e rara cinquecentina di argomento scientifico riccamente illustrata. Con unita un'altra bella cinquecentina elegantemente stampata dal Plantin. Due opere rilegate all'epoca in un volume: 1) BUTEO Johannes (BORREL Jean) - (1492 - 1572) ... OPERA GEOMETRICA quorum tituli sequuntur: De Arca Noe, cuius formae, capacitatisque fuerit, De Sublicio ponte Caesaris, Confutatio quadraturae circuli ab Orontio Finaeo facta, Ad locum Quintiliani geometricum explanatio, Ad problema cubi duplicandi, De fluentis acqua mensura, Emendatio explicationis organi a Columella descripti, De libra et statera, De precio margaritarum. LIONE Apud Thomam Bertellum (Thomas Bertheau) 1554 Un volume in quarto (cm. 24 x 16), di pagine 158, (2). Al frontespizio marca tipografica xilografica; altra marca tipografica in fine; nel testo numerose eleganti iniziali xilografiche, grandi figure geometriche, e molte immagini xilografiche, otto delle quali a piena pagina, riproducenti l'arca di Noé, ponti, bilance e stadere, isole fluviali, e anche la villa dell'autore, etc. Ottimo esemplare, con lieve uniforme brunitura di alcune carte; Honeymann Coll. 1°, 557 (Sotheby's 1978) Collazionato completo. Adams B-3356; BMC, French, 88; manca a Smith. 2) TORRENTIUS Laevinus POEMATA SACRA Laeuini Torrentii S. Romanae Ecclesiae protonotarii, archidiaconi Leodiensis ANVERSA Ex officina Christophori Plantini (Cristophe Plantin) Un volume in quarto (cm. 24 x 16), di pagine 116, (36). Al frontespizio la marca xilografica del Plantin; il testo é stampato con un grande elegante carattere corsiv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, IT]
2020-03-01 08:01:44
[AUGUSTINE, AURELIUS, ATTRIBUTED TO]
Venice: Bernardus Benalius, n. d. [but circa 1492-1493], 1492. The first edition printed by Bernardus Benalius of Venice; Benalius also issued an edition of the same text dated 23 June 1494. Incunabula Short Title Catalogue ia01269000. Damp-stain in the margins of the gutter on about half the leaves, just effecting, but not obscuring the text; other slight stains and soiling; the later endpapers are browning a little; a good, complete copy with generous margins, not washed or pressed.. 4to, 20 x 15.5 cm, later - probably 19th or early 20th century - vellum manuscript boards and plain endpapers, a-e 6, 30 leaves. The first Italian edition of these letters attributed to St. Augustine (354-430), with two letters attributed to Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153). The text is often catalogued as "pseudo Augustinus" or "supposititious" due to the plethora of pseudo-Augustinian texts that were widely circulated during this time, several of which remained in print for centuries under the mis-attributions. Some of these mis-attributions were honest mistakes, but others were intentionally spurious. See John Exalto, "Orating from the Pulpit" in Augustine Beyond the Book, Brill, 2012. Minor annotations in a later hand, probably 16th or 17th century, in the margins of 15 leaves. Post 1940 catalogue description of an American bookseller tipped to the front paste-down.
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2020-02-29 11:48:29
[AUGUSTINE, AURELIUS, ATTRIBUTED TO].
Venice: Bernardus Benalius, n. d. [but circa 1492-1493]. The first edition printed by Bernardus Benalius of Venice; Benalius also issued an edition of the same text dated 23 June 1494. 4to, 20 x 15.5 cm, later - probably 19th or early 20th century - vellum manuscript boards and plain endpapers, a-e 6, 30 leaves. The first Italian edition of these letters attributed to St. Augustine (354-430), with two letters attributed to Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153). The text is often catalogued as "pseudo Augustinus" or "supposititious" due to the plethora of pseudo-Augustinian texts that were widely circulated during this time, several of which remained in print for centuries under the mis-attributions. Some of these mis-attributions were honest mistakes, but others were intentionally spurious. See John Exalto, "Orating from the Pulpit" in Augustine Beyond the Book, Brill, 2012. Minor annotations in a later hand, probably 16th or 17th century, in the margins of 15 leaves. Post 1940 catalogue description of an American bookseller tipped to the front paste-down. Damp-stain in the margins of the gutter on about half the leaves, just effecting, but not obscuring the text; other slight stains and soiling; the later endpapers are browning a little; a good, complete copy with generous margins, not washed or pressed.
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
2020-02-29 02:22:54
[AUGUSTINE, AURELIUS, ATTRIBUTED TO]
Venice: Bernardus Benalius, n. d. [but circa 1492-1493], 1492. The first edition printed by Bernardus Benalius of Venice; Benalius also issued an edition of the same text dated 23 June 1494. Incunabula Short Title Catalogue ia01269000. Damp-stain in the margins of the gutter on about half the leaves, just effecting, but not obscuring the text; other slight stains and soiling; the later endpapers are browning a little; a good, complete copy with generous margins, not washed or pressed.. 4to, 20 x 15.5 cm, later - probably 19th or early 20th century - vellum manuscript boards and plain endpapers, a-e 6, 30 leaves. The first Italian edition of these letters attributed to St. Augustine (354-430), with two letters attributed to Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153). The text is often catalogued as "pseudo Augustinus" or "supposititious" due to the plethora of pseudo-Augustinian texts that were widely circulated during this time, several of which remained in print for centuries under the mis-attributions. Some of these mis-attributions were honest mistakes, but others were intentionally spurious. See John Exalto, "Orating from the Pulpit" in Augustine Beyond the Book, Brill, 2012. Minor annotations in a later hand, probably 16th or 17th century, in the margins of 15 leaves. Post 1940 catalogue description of an American bookseller tipped to the front paste-down.
Bookseller: The Brick Row Book Shop [United States]
2020-02-15 12:24:21
JEVENALIS, Decius Junius. - JUVENAL.
(Venise), Per Bonetum Locatellum Octavo Idus Martii 1492, 300x215mm,reliure parchemin ancien. Manque au milieu du dos. Quelques auréoles au bas des feuilles et petites taches brunes au début et la fin du livre, autrement intérieur propre et vierge de toute inscription ou indication de provenance. Hain 9705, III, p. 208. Incunable vénitien en caractères romain avec les commentaires de deux humanistes italiens du XVe siècle Domizio Calderino (1447-1478) et Georges Valla (1430-1500).lettrines, 1 ff. de garde blanche + 102 ff (16 Satyres + 2 commentaires), texte en latin et quelques citations en caractères grec ancien, marque de l'imprimeur en colophon,
Bookseller: Librairies Bouquinerie du Varis [Switzerland]
2020-02-12 19:03:22
OVIDIUS NASO, Publius
Christophorus de Pensis de Mandello, Venise, 1492. Demi chagrin à coins du dix-neuvième siècle, dos à quatre nerfs orné et doré portant le titre doré. Deux incunables reliés en un volume in folio (300x199 mm), (116) (sur 118) feuillets. Sig. A6, [a-d]6,e4, [f-q]6,[r-s]8, manquent les feuillets e5 et e6/ (190) feuillets (complet). Sig. [A-Z]6, &6, c6, Rx6, AA6, BB8, [CC-DD]6, EE8. . Corps d'ouvrage restauré et lavé à la fin du XIXème siècle. Il présente d'anciennes traces de moisissures et de mouillures. Quelques feuillets avec papier fragilisé, qui a engendré quelques déchirures en fond des derniers feuilles du cahier f et au début du cahier g. Le recto du premier feuillet a été doublé dans ses 2/3 inférieur. Cette partie ne recouvre pas de texte imprimé et laisse visible la gravure sur bois représentant Ovide dictant à des scribes. Au verso du 1er feuillet, cinq petit trous ont entraîné la perte de quelques lettres. Quelques marginalia du XVIème siècle. Ces deux incunables sont reliés ensemble comme souvent et forment les oeuvres d'Ovide ( 43 av. J.-C. - 18 ap. J.-C.). Le premier référencé par Hain sous le n° 12162 : Publius Ovidius Nasonis Metamorphoseos. Venise. Christophorus de Pensis. 1492 et le second sous le n° 12150. [Opera]. Liber Heroidum. P. Ovi. Nasonis Sumonensis Poetae Clarissimi HeroidumLiber Inucus. . Venise. Christophorus de Pensis. 1498. Hain [12150 ; 12162], Reichling [p. 124-125] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ _____________ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2020-01-17 14:00:38
Condition: Buone condizioni. ARETINO, Pietro (1492-1556) - CARO, Annibale (1507-1566), La prima parte de Ragionamenti di M. Pietro Aretino, cognominato il flagello de prencipi, il veritiero, e'l divino. Divisa in tre giornate. La contenenza de le quali si porra ne la facciata seguente. MDLXXXIIII. [seguito da:] La seconda parte de ragionamenti di M. Pietro Aretino, cognominato il flagello de prencipi, [...] divisa in tre giornate, [...] Doppo le quali habbiamo aggiunto il piacevol ragionamento del Zoppino, composto da questo medesimo autore [seguito da:] Commento di ser Agresto da Ficaruolo sopra la prima ficata del padre Siceo. Con la diceria de nasi. Colophon (c. Cc6r): Stampata, con buona licenza (toltami) nella nobil città di Bengodi, ne l'Italia altre volte più felice, il viggesimo primo d'Octobre MDLXXXIV [i.e. Londra, John Windet per John Wolfe, ca. 1595-'97] London John Windet per John Wolfe Tre parti in un volume in 8vo (mm. 161x98). Parte prima: pp. [12], 228. Segnatura: A-P8. Impronta: ean- i.i- a-ni sono (3) 1595 (Q). Parte seconda e terza: pp. [10], 401, [5 bianche], 142, [2 bianche]. Segnatura: A-Z8 Aa-Mm8. Impronte: f-di i?a- i,i- cano (7) 1595 (Q); lalo O.ol o.er teco (3) 1595 (Q). Le carte A1, Cc7, Cc8 e Mm8 sono bianche. Alle cc. Z7r-Dd7r si trova: Segulta [sic] il piaceuol ragionamento de l'Aretino, nel quale il Zoppino fatto frate, e Lodovico puttaniere trattano de la vita, e de la genealogia di tutte le Cortigiane di Roma. Da c. Dd1r, con paginazione propria, comincia, di Annibale Caro, il Commento di ser Agresto da Ficaruolo sopra la prima ficata del p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-01-16 18:30:09
Brunus Leonardus
1492. [Incunabolo-Firenze] (cm.33) ottima mezza pergamena antica, ben restaurata, piatti realizzati con fogli dell' index della Cronica di Norimberga del 1493. -- cc. 208 nn.(di 222). Carattere romano, 40 linee, spazi per lettere capitali. incunabolo celeberrimo per la storia d' Italia e di Firenze, dalle origini al 1401 scritta dal grande umanista aretino Leonardo Bruni; contiene fra l' altro le più antiche notazioni biografiche su Dante Alighieri. La traduzione dell' Acciaiuoli apparve nel 1476, questa nostra seconda edizione a dire del Moreni, I 175, è "forse più bella della prima". Normalmente contiene anche la opera di Poggio Bracciolini "Historia Florentina" 1492, ma molti repertori la notano separatamente. Vedi olschki "Monumenta Typographica" n° 175 e 175/A e olschki "Incunabola Typographica" Cat. 94(1915) n° 26 e 27 dove una copia scompleta della sola parte del Bruni è venduta a caro prezzo. Mancano le prime otto carte segnate a + b1 e b8 + le ultime 4 carte segnate Px: 14 carte in tutto. Una macchia interessa 5 carte interne al III libro, con lettera capitale a tempera azzurra danneggiata, una lieve ombreggiatura all' estremo angolo bianco basso ad alcune carte interne, altrimenti esemplare bellissimo, nitido e a grandi margini di questo capolavoro tipografico di Bartolomeo Dei Libri. * Moreni I 175; * Hain 1563; * Goff B 1248; * I.G.I. 2203; * Pellechet 1116; * G.W. 5613; * Proctor 6197; * Oates in Cambridge 2354; * Harvard 2905; Bmc VI 649.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, Italy]
2020-01-16 04:15:06
1492. Condition: Accettabile. Era in uso. ROJAS (Fernando de) - La Celestine / TRAGI-COMEDIE DE CALIXTE ET MELIBEE / PAR ... - 1492 / TRADUITE DE L'ESPAGNOL PAR / GERMOND DE LAVIGNE / DE L'ACADEMIE ESPAGNOLE / LITHOGRAPHIES ORIGINALES EN COULEURS DE / MAURICE LALAU / I (e II) / (GRAVURA) / LES BIBLIOPHILES DE FRANCE. / (1940-1950). 2 voll. In 4o Tomo I: 154 + I p .; Tomo II: 150 + I p .; Cartonagem propria do editor .; In 4o (250mmX330mm).; Edicao Societe de Bibliophiles de France L'autore nasce in La Puebla de Montalban, per volta fino al 1470, vendicando e vendicando Talavera de la Reina, Toledo, nel 1541. Era giudeo convertendo tendo tido problemas com in Inquisicao espanhola, por ter mantido o judaismo as escondidas. Creato per Direito Universidade de Salamanca. Trata-se da única obra que se conhece do autor. Tiragem limitada a 135 esemplari, este o No. 118 scritto appositamente per Doutor Henrique Moutinho. Secondo quanto affermato da Maurice Lalau, una tipografia composta da grandi personaggi si muove Garamont. Corpo 18 sendo impressao de Raymond Jacquet. Come le litografie foram colpiscono la Tipografia di Marcel Durassier e Albert Coeugnet, con la collaborazione di Charles Sorlier. Mentre vinhetas fa texto sao gravadas em madeira por AJ Roullet, le tiradas de desenhos fanno colpo. Estes dois tomos foram a segunda ea terceira publicacao da Societe de Bibliophiles de France. Come illustrazione della Celestine foram galardoadas come premio da gravura del Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux - Arts del 1950. Belo esemplare. Raro. NB: Un volume antecedente a Menus dos … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookskeeper (bookskeeper2014) [Colares, PT]
2019-12-05 17:58:53
Barbatia, Andreas.
Pere Miquel] Primas kalendas decembris, Millesimo cccclxxxxii [1492]., [Barcelona. Edición original. Bello incunable jurídico impreso en Barcelona por el impresor catalán Pere Miquel. Establert a Barcelona des del 1488, tingué impremta pròpia des del 1491; utilitzà material de l'impressor Gherling, i els anys 1494 i 1495 treballà en competència amb Rosenbach. Imprimí, entre altres obres, la Chirurgia de Guiu de Chaulhac en versió catalana (1492) i la versió també catalana de Francesc Alegre Les transformacions del poeta Ovidi (1496). Deixà inacabada la impressió del Tirant lo Blanc, que finalitzà Diego de Gumiel. Andreas Barbatia (Andreas Siculis) Lay canon lawyer; b. Messina, Sicily, c. 1400; d. Bologna, July 21, 1479. In 1425 he studied medicine at Bologna and then law. In 1438 he both taught and took his doctorate degree in canon law. From 1438 until 1442 he taught at Florence, then returned to Bologna and taught there until his retirement (1478). He was a renowned teacher and active practitioner of law. Among his students was Rodriquez Borgia, later Pope Innocent VI. His knowledge of both canon and civil law caused popes, kings, and civil leaders to seek out his advice. His works include Lecturae seu Repetitiones, on the Decretals, Tractatus de Praestantia Cardinalium (Bologna 1487), Tractatus de Cardinalibus a latere legatis (Lyons 1518), and Tractatus de praetensionibus (Bologna 1487). Colacionado completo. Tipografía gótica, huecos para capitales, texto a dos columnas, numeradas. 6 hojas con texto impreso (empieza al dorso de la hoja primera) sign. A1- A6, sigue 1 ho … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Delstres [Canet de Mar, BCN, Spain]
2019-11-07 10:40:08
Philip & Son, George:
Wiedergabe nach dem Original mit Genehmigung:Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg und George Philip & Son Ltd. London, Flemmings Verlag Hamburg, Landkarte großer Faksimile Bibliotheksglobus Martin Behaim's Erdapfel, 1492 Wiedergabe nach dem Original mit Genehmigung: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg und George Philip & Son Ltd. London, Flemmings Verlag Hamburg Durchmesser Kugel ca. 35cm (ca. 13,8 inch),Ringumfang ca. 169cm, Gesamthöhe ca. 75cm Gestell aus Holz, bei den Plastikpolkappen fehlt eine (diese wurde am Südpol durch einen farblich passenden Filtzgleiter ersetzt, somit läßt sich die Erdkugel wieder gut drehen und springt nicht immer aus Fassung heraus). Kugel und Sternzeichenring sind vergilbt mit einigen kleineren Macken und Fehlstellen - normale Gebrauchsspuren. Das Gestell aus Holz ist noch gut in Schuss Versand D: 9,90 EUR
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Liber Antiqua [Austria]
2019-11-06 11:20:25
Philip & Son, George
Wiedergabe nach dem Original mit Genehmigung:Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg und George Philip & Son Ltd. London, Flemmings Verlag Hamburg. Landkarte großer Faksimile Bibliotheksglobus Martin Behaim's Erdapfel, 1492 Wiedergabe nach dem Original mit Genehmigung: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg und George Philip & Son Ltd. London, Flemmings Verlag Hamburg Durchmesser Kugel ca. 35cm (ca. 13,8 inch),Ringumfang ca. 169cm, Gesamthöhe ca. 75cm Gestell aus Holz, bei den Plastikpolkappen fehlt eine (diese wurde am Südpol durch einen farblich passenden Filtzgleiter ersetzt, somit läßt sich die Erdkugel wieder gut drehen und springt nicht immer aus Fassung heraus). Kugel und Sternzeichenring sind vergilbt mit einigen kleineren Macken und Fehlstellen - normale Gebrauchsspuren. Das Gestell aus Holz ist noch gut in Schuss
Bookseller: Antiquariat Liber Antiqua [Austria]
2019-11-04 06:47:04
1492. Condition is consistent with age, fair condition. Coins and Antiques Gallery Nur al-Din 'Abd Al-Rahman Jami (d. 898AH/1492AD): Yusuf wa Zulaykha, Qajar Iran, Dated 1222AH/1807-08AD. Size; measurement of each page is 15 x 9.2cm. Very fine calligraphy. Free Shipping to the U.S. The international shipping calculator may not be accurate so please contact us for an exact shipping price. Our complete inventory is not listed on our eBay store, if you are interested in more items please contact us. Pictures sell! Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. The complete eBay Selling Solution.
Bookseller: coinsandantiquesgallery [Saratoga, California, US]
2019-10-30 09:31:11
Philip & Son, George:
Wiedergabe nach dem Original mit Genehmigung:Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg und George Philip & Son Ltd. London, Flemmings Verlag Hamburg. großer Faksimile Bibliotheksglobus Martin Behaim's Erdapfel, 1492 Wiedergabe nach dem Original mit Genehmigung: Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg und George Philip & Son Ltd. London, Flemmings Verlag Hamburg Durchmesser Kugel ca. 35cm (ca. 13,8 inch),Ringumfang ca. 169cm, Gesamthöhe ca. 75cm Gestell aus Holz, bei den Plastikpolkappen fehlt eine (diese wurde am Südpol durch einen farblich passenden Filtzgleiter ersetzt, somit läßt sich die Erdkugel wieder gut drehen und springt nicht immer aus Fassung heraus). Kugel und Sternzeichenring sind vergilbt mit einigen kleineren Macken und Fehlstellen - normale Gebrauchsspuren. Das Gestell aus Holz ist noch gut in Schuss Sprache: Deutsch
Bookseller: Antiquariat Liber Antiqua [Krems an der Donau, Austria]
2019-10-21 20:17:08
AUGUSTIS, Quiricus de.
(In fine:) Taurini, per Nicolaum de Benedictis hispanum et Jacobinum Suigum, 15 febbr. 1492. in-folio, ff. XXXVIII, (4), con segnat. a-e6, f-g4, (h4); legatura 500esca in pergamena floscia, titolo ms. al dorso. Impresa tipogr. in fine, testo su due colonne in car. semigotico, interamente rubricato in rosso e blu. Foglio a1: ''Lumen Apothecariorum''; f. a2: ''Incipit libellus intitulatus lumen apothecariorum:/ Editus a subtilissimo artium et medicine doctore do / mino magistro Quirico de Augustis de terdona. / Cogitanti...''; f. XXXVIII, g4 r., colophon: ''...Taurini impressum: per Nico / laum de benedictis hyspanum: et Jacobinum Suigum / Anno Salutis Mill.o uqadrigentessimo nonagessi / mo secundo: die quintadecima Februarij''. Dedica dell'autore al fratello Giovanni Francesco cui si dichiara riconoscente per averlo stimolato a non trascorrere nell'ozio la giovinezza. In fine un utile indice degli argomenti in ordine alfabetico. Editio princeps di questo trattato di farmacologia straordinariamente raro (3 soli esempl. in Italia: Milano, Torino e Venezia e nessun esempl. negli altri paesi europei ed in USA), contenente una quantità di formule dettagliate e di medicinali composti da un gran numero d'ingredienti (talvolta fino a trenta). L'opera, basata su fonti antiche e sugli scienziati arabi, quali Avicenna e Mesua, vuole aiutare i farmacisti nel chiarire oscure terminologie e nell'applicazione di droghe ed indica rimedi contro dolori di stomaco, di testa, agli occhi, ecc. e vari benefici per i disturbi dell'umore. L'applicazione di ingredienti esotici (quali oppio, rabarbar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-10-10 19:18:51
PETRARCA, Francesco.
(in fine, colophon:) Impressum Cremonae, Bernardinus de Misintis et Caesar Parmensis, anno incarnationis dominice 1492, die 17 mensis Novembris, (Cremona 1492). in-folio, ff. 164 (primo e ultimo f. bianchi mancanti; segn.: *3, a-b8, c-z6, A-B6, C7); leg. coeva in piena pergamena floscia (con antichi restauri). Carattere romano; spazi per lettere guida, impresa dei tipografi al verso del f. 164. Prima edizione impressa in Italia del ''De remediis utriusque fortunae'' (apparso per la prima volta a Colonia intorno al 1470); l'opera, composta da Petrarca tra 1345 e 1366 e dedicata ad Azzo da Correggio, è un lungo dialogo a sfondo pessimista tra la Ragione, il Gaudio, la Speranza, il Timore e il Dolore. Precedono il testo una Tabula dei contenuti e una lettera al ''Marchisinum Stangham''. Importante opera stampata a Cremona dai prototipografi Bernardinus de Misintis e Caesar Parmensis; i due stampatori lavorarono insieme tra 1492 e 1493, della loro attività congiunta si conoscono solo sei opere. Buon esemplare a grandi margini (lievi aloni d'umido nel margine inferiore degli ultimi ff.); rare postille coeve marginali e due parole in inchiostro bruno al primo f.). Goff P409. HC 12793*. BMC VII 956. IGI 7578. Hortis 338. Vaticana Incunabuli, P171..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-09-21 04:33:18
AUGUSTIS, Quiricus de.
Belg. Typ. 5128 (1 copy); BMN I, p. 372; Durling 354; KVK & WorldCat (1 copy); for the panel stamp: Oldham, Blind panels, trip. 8 (p. 48 & pl. LX). Sixth copy located of a Dutch edition of a practical handbook for apothecaries, first published in Latin as Lumen apothecariorum in 1492 and first published in Dutch in 1515, translated by Thomas van der Noot. The text is divided into 15 chapters, each covering a different category of medicines: powders, syrups, oils, etc. For each medicine, it explains what ailments it can ameliorate and gives instructions for its preparation and use. Little is known about Quiricus de Augustis (ca. 1455?-ca. 1500?), physician from Tortona, Italy. He became personal physician to Marguerite, daughter of the Duke of Bourbon in 1480 and continued in service of her husband, Philippe, Duke of Savoy.The panel stamps on the binding were used primarily ca. 1525/35, and were probably transferred from another binding during one of the two rebindings.With owner's and book dealer inscriptions. Fore-edge of the title-page slightly shaved and a water stain at the foot of one quire, but otherwise in good condition. The panel stamps are worn, but since the same panel stamp appears on both the front and the back board, it can be identified with the help of Oldham. A rare practical manual for apothecaries with ca. 1525/35 panel stamps on the binding.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-09-20 06:13:58
1492. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Coins and Antiques Gallery Nur al-Din 'Abd Al-Rahman Jami (d. 898AH/1492AD): Yusuf wa Zulaykha, Qajar Iran, Dated 1222AH/1807-08AD. Size; measurement of each page is 15 x 9.2cm. Very fine calligraphy. Free Shipping to the U.S. The international shipping calculator may not be accurate so please contact us for an exact shipping price. Our complete inventory is not listed on our eBay store, if you are interested in more items please contact us. Pictures sell! Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. The complete eBay Selling Solution.
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