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        Meydeborch - Magdeburg: Holzschnitt aus der *Cronecken der Sassen* mit Stadtansicht Magdeburgs

      Mencz, Peter Schöffer, 1492.. Holzschnitt aus der Sachsen-Chronik Conrad Botes mit einer Stadtansicht Magedeburgs sowie Textpassage. Blattgröße 28,5 x 20 cm (Höhe x Breite) unter Glas gerahmt (Rahmenmaß: 38 x 29,5 cm ). Das Blatt mit zahlreichen handschriftlichen Anmerkungen von alter Hand, auch auf der Darstellung * Magdeburg soll ein Bischofssitz sein, darunter ganz Wendland zerstöret, Saxo lib.3, Cap. 24-25*...Die Textpassage beginnend: " Keyser Otto de hadde gerne eynen Bischopsdom gemaket to Meydeborch unde des wolde ome de Bischopp Bernd nicht staden....". Das Blatt etwas fleckig, am oberen Rand mit 2 Montagespuren sowie (wie erwähnt) mit zahlreichen handschriftlichen Anmerkungen von alter Hand in Tinte. - sehr selten - ( Gewicht 800 Gramm ) ( Bitte beachten: Da unter Glas gerahmt erfolgt der Versand auf eigene Gefahr ) ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        On Liberty

      Octavo contemporary calf, worn, covers with greek key pattern, spine skilfully rebacked,richly, red and brown morocco labels lettered gilt, marbled endpapers, leaf edges gilt, pp.207 + (1), inscribed in ink on the title in a secretarial hand From the Author, numerous pencil lines throughout in the blank margins and a few annotations in pencil in the margins and the front blank by Buckle, tipped in at the front 6 pages of notes in ink Mill on Liberty in the hand of Henry Thomas Buckle.Printing & the Mind of Man: no. 345. Downs: Famous Books since 1492, no.82.FIRST EDITION, PRESENTATION COPY, WITH THE MANUSCRIPT NOTES BY HENRY THOMAS BUCKLE [1821-1862] FOR HIS REVIEW OF J.S.MILL?S ON LIBERTY which appeared in Fraser?s Magazine May 1859Henry Buckle, author of The History of Civilisation in England 1857-1861, eminent chess player, and book collector [his library extended to over 20,000 volumes].Buckle regarded John Stuart Mill as the greatest living thinker, but he also learned much from Enlightenment philosophers such as Voltaire, Montesquieu, Adam Smith, and Kant. He was influenced by the work of Auguste Comte, but even more by that of the statistician Adolphe Quételet. From these various thinkers Buckle concluded that all human behaviour is subject to law, and therefore that there can be a science of human society. Many critics in his own day and later thought of Buckle as the English disciple of Comte, but, as Mill declared, Buckle agreed with the founder of positivism on little other than the basic notions of the regularity of human behaviour and the historical progress of civilization from superstition to science. Buckle explicitly rejected Comte's political ideas as ?monstrously and obviously impracticable? (St Aubyn, 163).Buckle died of typhoid in Damascus in 1862. Mill actively arranged for his step-daughter Helen Taylor to edit Buckle?s Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works, which were published in 1872. "On February 6 and 7, 1859, he notes in his Journal that he read Mill on Liberty?; and two days afterwards he ' began to arrange notes with a view to reviewing, in Fraser, Mill's new work on Liberty.' With this view he re-read the same writer's System of Logic, Principles of Political Economy, and Thoughts on Parliamentary Reform ; and the writing of his own review occupied him for several hours every day for upward of two months." Helen Taylor, Biographical Notice p.43Buckle?s review begins:"If a jury of the greatest European thinkers were to be impannelled, and were directed to declare by their verdict who, among our living writers, had done most for the advance of knowledge, they could hardly hesitate in pronouncing the name of John Stuart Mill.""Here Buckle praised Mill for his unique combination of profound speculative philosophy and sound practical sense." Oxford DNBBuckle?s review of On Liberty in Fraser?s Magazine, May 1859 see: Helen Taylor [ed] Miscellaneous and Posthumous Works of Henry Thomas Buckle 1872 vol.I, pp.75-130; a biographical sketch vol.I Papers: University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignBuckle?s life: Giles St. Aubyn, A Victorian Eminence: The Life and Works of Henry Thomas Buckle (1958). Leslie Stephen, The English Utilitarians, vol.iii, J.S.Mill, pp.344-375. Chess Player's Magazine vol. II,  1864 J. J. Löwenthal on Henry Thomas Buckle.

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      Butricis Papiensis impressa. 1492 - ANTONINUS Florentinus, S. (Frate Antonio Pierozzi, O.P., 1389-1459). Venetiis, Anno dni. 1492 die 23 zenaro. In-4° (mm 200 x 150), cartonatura settecentesca. (100) ff. (manca a1 col titolo) segn. a10, b18, m10, 2 coll., 43 ll. Car. gotico. Alcune postille a penna di antica mano. Esemplare ben conservato. L' autore frate domenicano, casuista e cronista, fu dal 1445 Arcivescovo di Firenze, canonizzato nel 1523. Edizione molto rara (2 sole copie in U.S.A.). H.(C) 1200a. Reichling, fasc. IV, p. 112-13. Proctor, 5359 A. B.M.C. V, p. 502 (copia mancante del titolo e di altri 2 ff.). G.W., 2133. I.G.I., 649. Goff, A-826. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Europa 1492 America 1492

      ANAYA 1, Rio de Janeiro - I a II

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      Nuremberg: Koberger,. Fine with no dust jacket. N.D.. Hardcover. Folio 13" - 23" tall; 684 pages; Two title pages, second one is found at leaf 202. Gothic type. Incunable- June 28, 1492. 2 (of 3) parts in 1 vol. Part 1 & Part 3 only. Folio, contemporary blindstamped pigskin over bds, clasps [one separated but present]; worn. 342 leaves. 55 lines. 301 x 209 mm - sheet size. Rubricated throughout. Small punctures on 1/2 title and first leaf, ink library stamp to margin of a1 & Gii, occasional marginalia. Scattered minor discoloration and dust-soiling, other contemporary markings. Early ink inscription at head of title page. Goff F-134 - recording 7 copies; BMC II, 435 (IB 7427-9). First tp- "Sermones sancti Vincentii fratris ordinis predicatorum de te[m]pore pars Hyemalis." Second tp "Sermones sancti Vincentii de valentía fratris diui ordinis predicatorum de sanctis." All in all a rather exceptional copy. AUTHOR BIO-" Famous Dominican missionary, born at Valencia, 23 January, 1350; died at Vannes, Brittany, 5April, 1419...A brother, not unknown to history, was Boniface Ferrer, General ofthe Carthusians, who was employed by the antipope Benedict XIII in important diplomaticmissions. Vincent was educated at Valencia, and completed his philosophy at the age of four...In 1370 he taught philosophy at Lerida; one of his pupils there was Pierre Fouloup, later Grand Inquisitor of Aragon...At Salamanca Queen Yolanda ofAragon chose him for her confessor, 1391-5....he was cited before the Inquisiton forpreaching publicly "the Judas had done penance", but Pedro de Luna, recently raised to the papalchair as Benedict XIII, cited the case before his tribunal and burned the papers. Benedict then calledhim to Avignon and appointed him confessor and Apostolic penitentiary...attack of fever ...brought Vincent to death's door, but during anapparition of Christ accompanied by St. Dominic and St. Francis he was miraculously cured...between Gregory XII and Benedict XIII in the hope of putting an end to the schism. Vincent againurged Benedict to have pity on the afflicted Church, but in vain... He was canonized by Calixtus III at the Dominican Church of Santa Maria Soprafrom the Jyväskylä University Library]Minerva, Rome, 3 June, 1455. [ From the Jyväskylä University Library] .

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        De Remediis Utriusque Fortunae

      Cremona, Italy: Bernardinus de Misintis and Caesar Parmensis. 1492. Hardcover. Good. First edition of this work printed in Italy, 1492; also the first printing edited by Lucarus and the first dated edition of this work by Petrarch. Tall 4to, (12 inches; 30.5 cm), Roman type, 44 lines, beautifully printed; rebound in library buckram, text block trimmed, 163 of 166 leaves; lacking first and final blanks and lacking leaf 120 (G6?). Library marks to binding, first page has perforated stamp from library, text has been sewn library-style, a few pages with very old marginalia; scattered worm-holes to most of the pages, both margins and text. Goff P-409. Not a pretty copy, a good candidate to get rebound, but the pages, despite the wormholes, are bright and crisp and this excellent edition of Petrarch's popular tracts on moral philosophy is a pleasure to read. Incunabula.

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        Rechenung nach der lenge, auff den Linihen und Feder. Darzu forteil vnd behendigkeit durch die Proportiones, Practica genannt, Mit grüntlichem vnterricht des visierens.Leipzig: Jacob Berwalt, 1550. First edition.

      A beautiful copy, of "pobably the most popular commercial arithmetic of the sixteenth century. So firmly did it impress itself upon the schools that 'nach Adam Riese' is a common expression in Germany to-day, ... It was to Germany what Borghi's book was to Italy and Recorde's to England." (Rara Aritmetica). Adam Riese (1492-1559) was "the greatest of all the Reichenmeisters of the sixteenth century" (David E. Smith). "He was the most influential of the German writers in the movement to replace the old computation by means of counters 'auff der Linien' by the more modern written computation 'auff Federn'." (Smith: History of Mathematics, p.337). "His largest and most popular computation book of 1550, which, on 196 quarto sheets, was concerned especially with 'Practica': 'Computation on the lines and with the quill / set forth at length / including the advantages and speed of the <i>Proportiones Practica</i> / with thorough instructions in mental arithmetic. ...' This was considered the best computation book of its time" (Menninger: Number Words and Number Symbols). Erwin Tomash Library on the History of Computing R93; Norman 1834; Honeyman 2652.. 4to: 207 x 165 mm. Fine contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over wood, with bronze corner-pieces and clasps. 196 leaves (complete). Various contemporary inscriptions to front and rear end-papers

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        De Amoris Generibus.

      (Tarvisius, per Gerardum (de Lisa) de Flandria, 1492, 13th of October). 4to. Very nice later (about 1600) full sheepskinbdg. w. gilt line-frames and gilt corner-ornamentations on boards. Back gilt. Corners and edges a bit worn (mostly due to wormholing). Wormholes to paper on inside of boards as well as to some leaves, though only marginally and not affecting text. Waterstaining throughout. All in all a well-preserved copy. ff. (6), I-XCII + XCV (lacking five leaves: Colophon-leaf and ff. XCIII, XCIV, XCVI, XCVII), in all 99 of 104 leaves.. Rare first edition of the Italian moralist's main work, because of which the great humanist is remembered today. The full title of the work is "Anterotica sive amoris generibus", though "anterotica" is only mentioned on verso of the first leaf, whereas the work opens with the shorter title on the first leaf. This is the only edition to have appeared during the author's lifetime, the only incunable-edition, and the only edition to have existed untill 1608, when the work was printed for the second time in a rather defective and much less beatuful edition under a different title ("De Contemnendis Amoribus"). The author, Petrus Haedus or Cavretto, was born in Pordenone, Italy around 1424 and died around 1501. The mystical work is written as a conversation between two of his friends, a priest and a poet, who hold opposing viws on the topic - love. It is a great representation of renaissance thought, and a valuable contribution to the study of this period. The typescript is a beautiful small roman one, which is very distinctive.The prominent printer Gerardus de Lisa "de Flandria" worked in Venice and in Treviso (=Tarvisium), and is the first printer of Treviso, where this work was printed (see Brunet Supplement, IX:1219). He was a former companion of Gutenberg's coworker, Peter Schöffer, and his works are considered very beautiful and important. He was active in the period 1471 - 1499.The work is considered very rare and sought after, and the second edition, which appeared 116 yeras later is of a much degrated quality."Ouvrage de théologie mystique, dirigé contre l'amour. L'édition est impr. en petits carat. fort nets, et les exemplaires en sont rares." (Brunet III:10). "[...] il [Haedus] serait complétement oublié s'il n'avait pas eu l'idée de composer un ouvrage de théologie mystique, dirigé contre l'amour. Devenu rare et assez recherché des bibliophiles, cet ouvrage a pour titre: Anterotica, sive amoris generibus, libri tres. Tarvisii, per Gerardum de Flandria. 1492, in 4o. Il en a été fait une réimpression à Cologne en 1608, De contemnendis Amoribus; mais cette réimpression est très-défectueuse. Hædus se met en scène comme conversant avec deux de ses amis, le poëte Æmilianus Cimbriacus, qui prend le parti de l'amour, et le prêtre Antonius Philemus, qui expose tous le maux dont cette passion et la source." (N.B.G. 23, p. 52).Brunet III:10, Hain II,I:1, Wood I:159

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