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2017-10-16 12:30:02
INCUNABLE). SILIUS ITALICUS
Bookseller: Fokas Holthuis [Den Haag, Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 11:36:24
ARETINO Pietro (?)
Bookseller: Libreria Magnanet [montepulciano, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:32:27
L'AIGNEL (Jean-Baptiste-Jacques)
Bookseller: Librairie Chamonal [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 11:32:27
L'AIGNEL (Jean-Baptiste-Jacques)
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 11:29:57
Ardoynis, Santes de.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 11:19:00
BIENATO AURELIO.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-16 11:11:53
ARETINO Pietro (?)
1492. Quasi sicuramente seconda metà del '700.16°, pp.68, cop. a fiori antica, l'opuscolo è contenuto in un astuccio in p. pelle 800sca, con ricche cornici floreali oro ai piatti, doppio tass. con tit. oro e ricchi fregi oro al dorso. Questa ediz. contiene la Prefazione (p.3: "Manifico utriusque ser Agnello, / Voi, qui scribere scitis quare, quia, / E spesse volte fate col cervello, / di Bartolo e di Baldo notomia, / Nella vostra bizzarra fantasia, / E le leggi passate col coltello, / Nella vostra bizzarra fantasia, / Questi dubbi, di grazia, mi chiarite / Ch'oggi in bordello han mosso una gran lite."); i primi 31 dubbi con relative risoluzioni (pp.4-25); "Altri dubbj amorosi di Pietro Aretino"(pp.27-35, con 17 dubbi e altrettante risoluzioni); "Sonetti lussuriosi di Pietro Aretino"(pp.37-64); "Nicolò Franco all'arcidivino Pietro Aretino flagello de' cazzi"(p.65); "Anacreontica estemporanea a Giovan Gastone de' Medici da alcuni attribuita al Crudeli, da altri al Buondelmonte"(pp.66-68). Dubbi amorosi è una raccolta di brevi componimenti poetici, in cui, tramite storielle licenziose, vengono presentati problemi comuni con la relativa arguta "risoluzione". Ad es. il 6° dei primi Dubbj: "Un prete, ch'alla punta del suo cazzo / aveva un panarizzo da crepare, / gli fu insegnato da un cotal ch'a guazzo / del caldo d'una potta el fesse entrare; / egli a Giulia gentil non per sollazzo / lo mise in potta, ed era sua comare, / sol per non più sentir nel cazzo affanni. / Or qui fece egli ingiuria a san Giovanni? - Risoluzione VI: S'al capitolo quinto voi notate, / decimo quinta, quaes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Magnanet [IT]
2017-10-16 11:06:49
Ardoynis, Santes de.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-10 21:50:00
INCUNABLE). SILIUS ITALICUS
Bookseller: Fokas Holthuis [Den Haag, Netherlands]
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2017-10-05 19:01:13
Carcano, Michael de:
Venedig, Johannes und Gregorius de Gregorius (für Alexander Chalcedonius), (i.e. 1493), 1492. 4 Bll., 227 num. Bll., 1. Bl. Got. Typ.; 2 Spalten, 51 Zeilen. Späterer Hldr.bd. mit Rsch. Hain-C. 4504. - GW 6133. - GKW 6133. - Goff C 193. - BMC V, 343. - Einzige Inkunabelausgabe. - Der Verfasser stammte aus einer Familie, die ein Schloß gleichen Namens in der Gegend von Mailand besaß, er war Franziskaner und ein berühmter Prediger und starb um 1490. Am 18. Januar erhielt Alexander Chalcedonius für das Buch ein zehnjähriges Privileg (Fulin 12). Im Kolophon wird als Druckjahr noch 1492 genannt. Da more Veneto das neue Jahr am 1. März beginnt, wird das Werk nach dem 18. Januar und vor dem 1. März 1493 erschienen sein (vgl. GKW). - Mit der Druckermarke III der Brüder Gregoriis (Husung 161). - Blatt a2 gedruckt in Rot und Schwarz. - Vollständiges Exemplar mit den Titelblatt, 3 Blatt "Tabula presentis." sowie dem Schlußblatt "Registrum". - Unser Exemplar mit Eintrag am letzten Blatt: Johannes Faber (genannt Fabri; eigentlich Johannes Hegerlin), Bischof von Wien (1478 in Leutkirch im Allgäu; gest. 21. Mai 1541 in Baden bei Wien). - Mit vereinzelten Unterstreichungen, über 60 kleinere Randbemerkungen und sein Besitzvermerk a.d. letzten Blatt ("Registrum"). Ein weiterer Besitzvermerk von alter, fremder Hand a.d. Titelblatt. - Unserem Exemplar wurden die 3 Blatt "Tabula." und das weisse Blatt nach dem Titelblatt eingebunden. - Die ersten 4 Blätter (inkl. Titel) stärker wurmspurig, Pag. 1 und 2 im Bug verstärkt, die letzten 4 Blätter meist im weissen Rand oder Bug ebenfalls wurmstichig. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Andreas Moser [Wien, A, Austria]
2017-10-04 14:55:57
ROME-CARNIVAL.
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2017-09-29 08:36:05
15. Jahrhundert
Johann Amerbach, (Basel, 1492. Folio. Mit Titelholzschnitt. (Teil I=) 40 Blatt (genaue Kollation mit Bogenzählung nach GW: a8 b6 c8 d6 - f6 = Anfang und Kapitel 1); (Teil III =) 290 Blatt (genaue Kollation mit Bogenzählung nach GW: a8 b6 c8 d6 - f6 = Kapitel XI - XVIII/ zweispaltig; a8 b6 c8 d6 e8 f6 g8 h6 i8 k6 - o6 = Kapitel I; a8 b6 c8 d6 e8 f6 g10 = Kapitel XIX/ zweispaltig/ g8 mit Orts- und Verlagsangabe sowie Jahreszahl: "Explicitu est opus sermonu beati Ambrosii epi Mediolanesnsis: Basilee p magistratu Johannem de Amerbach: Anno salutiferi // virginalis partus nonagesimosecundo supra millesimum quateroz centesimum"; a8 b6 c8 - h8 i6 - k6 l8 - n8 = Kapitel II - X/ zweispaltig). Halblederband wohl des 17.Jahrhunderts mit handschriftlichem Titel und Jahreszahl; gesprenkelter Buchschnitt. Basler Inkunabel mit beinahe blattgroßem Titelholzschnitt, den Kirchenlehrer Ambrosius (um 339 - 397) zeigend, wie er in seiner Studierstube an einem Pult steht und schreibt. – GW II, 1599; Hain I, 896; Lonchamp I,74; Heckethorn, S. 39 (mit Angaben über die Verwendung der Typen). - Für die Angaben zum Drucker: Heckethorn, S. 27 ff; Geldner I, 118f.; Voulliéme S. 25; Dt. Buchdrucker des XV. Jhdts., Harrassowitz Vlg., S. 80. - Für die Angaben zum Titelholzschnitt: Meder, Dürer Katalog, S. 18 und Kat.-Nr. 220; Hieronymus, Oberrheinische Buchillustration, S. 50; Schramm XXI, S. 15f. u. Illustr.-Nr. 600. - Für die Angaben zu den Wasserzeichen: Piccard, Gerhard. Die Wasserzeichenkartei Piccard im Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart. - Die hier vorliegenden Schriften des Ambrosius, der Bischof von Mai … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: terrahe.oswald [Gangkofen, Germany]
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2017-09-28 06:44:37
BOSSO MATTEO.
S.n.t. (Firenze, Antonio Miscomini e Francesco di Dino, 1492). In-folio piccolo; 158 cc.; 5 iniziali in oro: due di grande formato entro tralci di vite intrecciati dipinti in bianco su fondo azzurro e verde chiaro, che si estendono lungo il margine interno; le altre dipinte su fondo rettangolare azzurro, rosso scuro e con decorazioni in oro opaco; altre in rosso; tutte opera di mano fiorentina coeva. Legatura moderna in tutta pergamena antica proveniente da un antifonario del secolo XV. Esemplare della collezione di Giuseppe Martini, acquistato all'asta Hoepli del 1929 (n° 82 del suo catalogo "Incunabuli"); ex libris a stampa al piatto anteriore e tre timbri di proprietà settecenteschi lungo il testo (Loci Veronae Capucinorum). Assai lievi aloni al margine bianco esterno di alcune carte. Prima edizione. "Interessante documento per la storia della tipografia, stampato, come osservò Proctor, coi caratteri di due diversi tipografi: il Miscomini e il Di Dino" (Cat. Hoepli). Dei trattati contenuti nel volume si segnala come di particolare interesse la Ne foeminea ornamenta Bononiensibus restituantur ad Bessarionem cohortatio, notevole per la storia del costume, nella quale Bosso sostiene la battaglia - non limitata alla sola Bologna - contro l'eccessivo lusso degli abiti delle donne, che aveva portato in quegli anni allo scontro tra Timoteo Maffei, uno dei più importanti predicatori dell'epoca, e le dame bolognesi, che si erano ribellate attraverso una petizione sottoscritta dalla dotta ed eloquente Nicolosia Sanuti. L'intervento del Bosso sortì presso Bessarione l'effetto di fa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-09-19 16:45:13
Konvolut. -
Gr.8 Halbpergament / Halbleder / Halbleinen. Guter Zustand.Vorhanden:Erste Serie:Die Hauptstätten der Renaissance, einige Persönlichkeiten und Querschnitte durch die gesamte Kultur.1/1 Chronik von Perugia 1492 1503 / Francesco Matarazzo. 1910 (auch 1925) 1/2 fehlt. 1/3 Briefe / Pius II. 1911 1/4 Alfonso I. Ferrante I. von Neapel : Schriften von Antonio Beccadelli, Tristano Caracciolo, Camillo Porzio / Hermann Hefele. 1912 1/5 & 1/6 Ein florentinisches Tagebuch, 1450 - 1516 : nebst einer anonymen Fortsetzung, 1516 - 1542 / Luca Landucci. Übers. und eingel. von Marie Herzfeld, 2 Bände 1912, 1913 1/7 Leben des Filippo Maria Visconti / Pier Candido Decembrio. 1913 1/8 Römisches Tagebuch / Stefano Infessura. 1913 1/9 Drei italienische Lustspiele aus der Zeit der Renaissance. 1914 (La Cassaria, Aridosia, Mandragola / L. Ariosto, Lorenzino de Medici, N. Machiavelli) (Digitalisat) 1/10 Briefe / Alessandra Strozzi. Hrsg. u. eingel. von Alfred Doren 1927Zweite Serie: Florenz von der Zeit Dantes bis zum Prinzipat der Medici.2/1 Chronik des Dino Compagni von den Dingen, die zu seiner Zeit geschehen sind / Dino Compagni. 1914 (La cronica di Dino Compagni delle cose occorenti nei tempi suoi)2/2 Lebensbeschreibungen berühmter Männer des Quattrocento / Vespasiano da Bisticci. 1914 2/7 Camaldolensische Gespräche / Cristoforo Landino. 1927 2/10 Hieronymus Savonarola: Auswahl aus seinen Schriften und Predigten / Girolamo Savonarola. 1928 (Übers. Joseph Schnitzer)
Bookseller: Krull GmbH
2017-09-11 14:03:58
Antonius Manilius:
Rom Stephan Plannck Type 10, 1492. 28-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit Marginalien der Zeit. Drittes Blatt von vier Blättern dieses Kleinstdruckes. Bugsteg knapp beschnitten. Blattgröße: 13,3 x 18,7 cm. Stephan Planck (Plannck) Magister und Kleriker der Diözese Passau begann 1479 / 80 seine Druckertätigkeit in dem Hause, in dem vorher Ulrich Han seine Werkstätte hatte. Sein letzter datierter Druck erscheint im Jahre 1500. Etwa 300 Drucke sind von ihm erhalten geblieben, unter denen die Mehrzahl Kleinstdrucke wie dieser sind. Antiquatypen, wie die hier vorliegende verwendete Planck sind selten. (Geldner 1970, 51 ff.)
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-08-31 19:34:25
Saint-Ambroise
Johann Amerbach, Basel 1492 - Basel, Johann Amerbach, 1492. 3 volumes in-folio (23 x 32,5 cm) de 268+302+290 ff. Peau de truie sur ais de bois, dos à nerfs orné de filets à froid, pièce de titre de papier titrée à l'encre, plats orné de motifs à froid (entrelacs, filets d'encadrement et motifs floraux), plats biseautés, fermoirs (le fermoir inférieur du premier volume est sensible). Les reliures sont décorées de motifs différents. Reliures rhénanes de l'époque. Splendide impression sur deux colonnes ou à pleine page de la seule édition incunable des oeuvres de Saint-Ambroise. Elle comprend les additions de Johannes de Lapide. Edition magnifiquement rubriquée en rouge et bleu, comprenant de belles et grandes lettrines bicolores. Le premier volume débute sur le portrait gravé sur bois de l'auteur en plein travail légendé des vers de Sebastien Brant. Cette gravure sur bois est l'oeuvre du maître de Haintz Narr, l'illustrateur de la nef des fous. L'exemplaire comprend quelques mouillures en marges et sur les tranches n'affectant pas le texte. Certains feuillets sont uniformément brunis. Le volume III comprend trois déchirures en marge de trois feuillets. Saint-Ambroise ou Ambroise de Milan était natif de Trêves au IVe siècle. Il était évêque de Milan de 374 à 397. Il est l'un des quatre pères de l'église avec Saint-Augustin, Jérôme de Stridon et Saint Grégoire le Grand. Saint-Augustin se convertit au christianisme auprès de lui. Merveilleuse et unique édition des oeuvres de Saint-Ambroise conservée dans leurs premières reliures de l'époque. L'exemplaire, d'une pureté exceptionn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie La Jument Verte [France]
2017-08-26 22:12:08
- "La revista más audaz para el lector más inteligente." Dirigida por Álvaro de Laiglesia (fundada por Miguel Mihura). 90 ejemplares entre el nº 1492 (21 de junio de 1970) y el nº 1673 (14 de abril de 1974). Madrid y Barcelona, desde 1970 hasta 1974. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LLIBRERIA TECNICA
2017-08-25 12:11:24
Augustine, Saint, Bishop Of Hippo.
London: (), 1492. Translated by John Healey, this is the first English version of The City of God. It includes the editorial apparatus of Juan Luis Vives (1492-1540) , a Spanish scholar who studied at Paris from 1509 to 1512 and who in 1519 was appointed professor at Louvain. At the insistence of his friend Erasmus, Vives prepared an elaborate commentary on Augustine's De Civitate Dei, the first to employ extensive collations of different manuscripts. The commentary was published in 1522, with a dedication to Henry VIII. Soon afterwards he was invited to England, where he acted as tutor to the princess Mary while residing at Corpus Christi College. He opposed Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon, and so lost royal favor; retiring to Bruges, he died in 1540. 4to [20], 921, [11] pp
Bookseller: Antiquarian Collections [Charleston, SC, UNITED STATES]
2017-08-17 16:05:32
CARCANO, MICHAEL DE. - [THE VERY FIRST DESCRIPTION OF THE MOUNT OF PIETY BANKING SYSTEM]
1492. Venetijs [Venice], Per Joane & Gregoriu fres de Gregorijs [Joannem & Gregorium fratres de Gregorijs], [1492]. 4to. Bound in a beautiful contemporary blindstamped full calf binding with brass clasp, neatly recased preserving most of the old binding. First leaf browned, a bit soiled, and with a small library stamp. Back free end-paper with professional repair in lower outer margin. A bit of minor dampstaining to a few leaves, but overall very nice and clean (possibly carefully washed). A fine copy. 227 [numbered] ff. + 5 (last blank) ff. ¶ First printing of Carcano's posthumously published landmark work constituting the very first description of the Monte di Pietà/Mount of Piety banking system - an institutional pawnbroker run as a charity in Europe, developed in cities as a reform against Jewish money lending. Incunables relating to economics and especially banking are of the utmost scarcity; Kress listing only two works, both by Bernadino di Siena, and Goldsmith listing six works. <br><br>According to Christian belief, money lending or usury (usury, in the scholastic thought of the Middle Ages, referred to a lender's intention to obtain more in return that the principal amount of the loan. As a general rule this meant that any interest-taking was usurious and forbidden) was prohibited. This, however, did not diminish the demand for capital, and since it was acceptable for Jews to accept interest rates for money, they in effect soon became the bankers of the day. The disparity between the supply and demand of money consequently resulted in the interest rates soaring to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2017-08-06 21:24:09
AESOP (circa 620-564 BCE)
Manfredus de Bonellis de Monteferrato, Venice, 1492. 4to (211 x 145 mm). 70 (of 72) leaves, a2.7 supplied in facsimile. Gothic type, 40-41 lines, initial spaces with printed guide letters. 64 (of 66) woodcuts within any of five decorative historiated frames; a single woodcut initial. Modern russet morocco. Some spotting and soiling. Provenance: Giambattista Giorno (early ownership inscription); some early marginalia at end, and a few early ink outlines of animals; sold by Philip Hofer to Arthur and Charlotte Vershbow in 1967. Bonellis' first edition of Aesop's Fables, illustrated with a superb series of woodcuts that were in part based on the first Venetian series, used by Bernardinus Benalius in his 20 November 1487 edition (GW 431, only a single imperfect copy known). "The book is charmingly illustrated; the designs being redrawn and improved from those in the Venice Aesop of 1487. There is so much artistic freedom in the treatment of the cuts, that they are fully entitled to be regarded as new and independent compositions. The animal-figures are full of spirit and are sketched with great boldness and precision; a more delicate grace marks the drawing of the human figures. Tasteful borders, composed of separate pieces frequently repeated in various combinations, serve as frames to the pictures. The engraving is executed in fine outlines" (Friedrich Lippmann, The Art of Wood-Engraving in Italy in the Fifteenth Century, London, 1888, p. 98). According to Giovanni Mardersteig, half of the woodcuts are based on those printed by Benalius, and the "other half are original and a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-08-03 08:32:28
COLLECTIF
SELECTION DU READER'S DIGEST. non daté. In-4 Carré. Relié. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 192 pages par volumes. Nombreuses illustrations en noir et blanc et en couleurs dans le texte et hors texte. Reliure d'éditeur moderne. Contient : A l'aube des grandes civilisations de la préhistoire à 900 av J.C. Au temps de l'antiquité de 900 av J.C; à 430. Entre la croix et le croissant de 430 à 911. Le moyen-âge florissant de 911 à 1154. Au temps des Rois et des Khans de 1154 à 1339. L'ancien et le nouveau monde de 1339 à 1492. Révoltes et révolutions de 1773 à 1815. L'éveil des nationalités de 1815 à 1871. L'expansion des empires de 1871 à 1905. La montée des périls de 1905 à 1914. Introuvable.
Bookseller: Le-Livre.Com
2017-07-27 18:21:00
GERARDUS DE ZUTPHANIA
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-07-27 18:21:00
GERARDUS DE ZUTPHANIA
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-07-25 13:17:19
GERARDUS DE ZUTPHANIA
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2017-07-25 13:17:19
GERARDUS DE ZUTPHANIA
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2017-07-14 16:47:37
HENRY VII.
Calais: 16 November, 1492. Oblong folio, 1pp, vellum leaf, initialled at head "HR", greater part of Royal Signet seal, two small holes. Mounted on a red velvet ground, glazed, and framed. Writing from Calais and styling himself "king of ffraunce and of England and lord of Ireland", Henry shows a characteristically keen concern with money. Henry had been in Calais since October, besieging Boulogne and on 3 November at Étaples obtaining peace with the French king Charles VIII on reasonable terms – a generous annual payment in compensation for his expenses in the Breton war, a French promise to expel Perkin Warbeck and his supporters, and French pensions for eight of his councillors. But financial matters in England were still preoccupying Henry. The king lays charges of fraud and what we would call creative accounting against "diverse abbeyes priouris collegies parish churches chapelles Gildes and Chauntries Within our counties of Warwik Northampton and Worcester … diverse of the said landes rentes and Ten[emen]tes bee put in feoffement for the Use and behove of the said places and the ministres of the same BY COLOURABLE WAYES OF AMORTISEMENT Without oure sp[ec]ial auctorite or licence therupon obteigned in defraude and abusion of Us …" Because "We ne Wol ner may suffre to bee soo Usurpantly touched", Henry authorises John Meautis [Mewtas], "our Secretary for the frenshe tong", and John Wylde and Benet Medley, clerks of the signet, to investigate the matter and seize lands in the king's name. "For theffectuel execucion of the premisses as for the faithful s[er]vices doon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2017-07-14 16:47:37
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2017-07-14 16:47:37
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2017-07-14 16:47:37
HENRY VII.
Calais: 16 November, 1492. Oblong folio, 1pp, vellum leaf, initialled at head "HR", greater part of Royal Signet seal, two small holes. Mounted on a red velvet ground, glazed, and framed. Writing from Calais and styling himself "king of ffraunce and of England and lord of Ireland", Henry shows a characteristically keen concern with money. Henry had been in Calais since October, besieging Boulogne and on 3 November at Étaples obtaining peace with the French king Charles VIII on reasonable terms – a generous annual payment in compensation for his expenses in the Breton war, a French promise to expel Perkin Warbeck and his supporters, and French pensions for eight of his councillors. But financial matters in England were still preoccupying Henry. The king lays charges of fraud and what we would call creative accounting against "diverse abbeyes priouris collegies parish churches chapelles Gildes and Chauntries Within our counties of Warwik Northampton and Worcester … diverse of the said landes rentes and Ten[emen]tes bee put in feoffement for the Use and behove of the said places and the ministres of the same BY COLOURABLE WAYES OF AMORTISEMENT Without oure sp[ec]ial auctorite or licence therupon obteigned in defraude and abusion of Us …" Because "We ne Wol ner may suffre to bee soo Usurpantly touched", Henry authorises John Meautis [Mewtas], "our Secretary for the frenshe tong", and John Wylde and Benet Medley, clerks of the signet, to investigate the matter and seize lands in the king's name. "For theffectuel execucion of the premisses as for the faithful s[er]vices doon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-07-08 20:19:27
SAVARY, (Nicolas) Claude Étienne.
STCN (2 copies); WorldCat (4 copies, incl. 2 the same); cf. Blackmer 1492/977; Gay 1622; Howgego, to 1800, S53. Surprisingly rare first and only edition of the Dutch translation of a collection of literary letters published after Savary's travels in Egypt (1777/79). Claude Étienne Savary (1750-1788) was a French Arabic scholar and traveller, known for his translation of the Quran and his posthumously published Arabic grammar. The letters provide, in a polished literary style, a broad overview of the country, treating its rich history, (historical) inhabitants, agriculture, trade, politics, religion, etc. The first two volumes detail his travels, while the third is pure didactic and treats Egyptian mythology, etc. "Savary was the first Frenchman to cite Arabic texts in a work of this nature, and indeed his knowledge of Arabic served him well in his travels at a time when there were many difficulties for the European explorer in Egypt" (Blackmer)Only the flyleaves and title-pages are slightly foxed, otherwise in very good condition, nearly untrimmed. Bindings only slightly rubbed along the hinges, otherwise very good and attractive bindings.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-27 02:01:16
FORESTI, Jacopo Filippo, da Bergamo
270 leaves, 60 lines & headline, Gothic type, two- to six-line initials supplied in red or blue, printed guide-letters, woodcut initial on a2r. Frontispiece comprising woodcut vignettes of the six days of creation enclosed within woodcut border, border repeated on first text page, 46 woodcuts from 39 blocks. Small folio (314 x 208 mm.), cont. Italian half goatskin over wooden boards tooled in blind, 4 clasps (see below), remains of paper label on front. Venice: Bernardinus Rizus, Novariensis, 15 February 1492/3. Third illustrated edition, augmented with chronicle entries up to 1490. Giacomo Filippo de Bergamo (1434-1520), was born into the noble Foresti family. In 1452, he joined the order of the Augustinian Hermits and lived in the monastery of Sant'Agostino in Bergamo. His major work is his large world chronicle, the Supplementum Chronicarum, which traces the history of the world from the creation to the present day. It was first printed in 1483 and became a great success. Illustration: Many of the woodcuts are from the first illustrated edition, printed by Bernardinus Benalius in 1486; they were copied from Rolewinck's Fasciculus temporum. In the second illustrated edition of 1490 the printer Rizius had several city views improved and recut, including Rome, Venice, Genoa and Verona, which he used again in the present edition. To the present edition he added the borders which had appeared earlier the same year in the Italian Legenda aurea printed by Bonellis. The large six-block cut of the Creation frontispiece and a small Noah's ark cut were taken from the Malermi Bible … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2017-06-22 10:58:30
AUGUSTIS, Quiricus de.
1492. 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 [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-21 17:13:04
Alciatus, Andreas
Small 8vo, vellum spine with marbled boards, 211 woodcut illustrations, 226, [5] pp. Binding worn at extremities, top of spine split at joint, a couple of leaves with chipped or torn corners, but not affecting text or illustrations, emblem index in the rear trimmed closed to numbers, foxing and aging throughout; still a good copy. Rather scarce edition of Andrea Alciato's Book of Emblems. The OCLC locates only one copy of this edition. Alciato, or Alciatus (1492-1550) was a very important legal scholar in his time, and became rather famous for his interpretation of Roman law. However, Alciato is probably best known for his Book of Emblems, which he composed in his spare time. Some scholars feel Alciato's Emblemata, which is a collection of moral lessons, were based on translations from Hellenistic poetry. A first and probably unauthorized edition of this work appeared in 1531, but a second authorized edition was published in 1534. Several editions followed, a couple even appeared without the illustrations. This edition was published in Lyons in 1564.
Bookseller: Nicholas D. Riccio Rare Books & Prints
2017-06-18 00:00:00
SAVARY, (Nicolas) Claude Étienne.
STCN (2 copies); WorldCat (4 copies, incl. 2 the same); cf. Blackmer 1492/977; Gay 1622; Howgego, to 1800, S53. Surprisingly rare first and only edition of the Dutch translation of a collection of literary letters published after Savary's travels in Egypt (1777/79). Claude Étienne Savary (1750-1788) was a French Arabic scholar and traveller, known for his translation of the Quran and his posthumously published Arabic grammar. The letters provide, in a polished literary style, a broad overview of the country, treating its rich history, (historical) inhabitants, agriculture, trade, politics, religion, etc. The first two volumes detail his travels, while the third is pure didactic and treats Egyptian mythology, etc. "Savary was the first Frenchman to cite Arabic texts in a work of this nature, and indeed his knowledge of Arabic served him well in his travels at a time when there were many difficulties for the European explorer in Egypt" (Blackmer)Only the flyleaves and title-pages are slightly foxed, otherwise in very good condition, nearly untrimmed. Bindings only slightly rubbed along the hinges, otherwise very good and attractive bindings.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-16 16:53:19
United States of America - Spencer, J. A.
With Frontis., engraved titles, and facsimiles, xiv,540 viii,540 viii,552 pp. Quarto, gilt stamped green half leather Binding slightly rubbed, some plates and textpages foxed, otherwise good copy (II) * Monumental work covering the period between 1492 and 1857 ** PLEASE NOTE: Weight is about 6000 g. Cost of shipping to European Union: 15 . To the United States of America: 50 . 809
Bookseller: Dr. Wolfgang Ruß / Antiquariat
2017-06-14 15:46:22
Carlos Hernández Herrera/ Tomás García Figueras
1492. Marruecos Colonias Española Ed. Imp. Municipal. 691 págs. + planos desplegables. 24 x 33 cm. Tela. Estado, bien. Tomo 1. Acción de España en Marruecos 1492 - 1927. Tomo 2: Acción de España en Marruecos. Documentos e índice alfabético de nombres propios. ENVÍO GRATIS (hasta 1 kilo), SALVO LOS PEDIDOS DE MENOS DE 6 euros , QUE TIENEN UNOS GASTOS DE ENVÍO DE 1 EURO
Bookseller: Multilibro [Madrid, 28015, Spain]
2017-06-06 13:42:30
PIERRE & ROLAND DESNE
EDITIONS SOCIALES. 1974-1980. In-4 Carré. Relié. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais. 481 + 502 + 477 + 477 + 485 + 525 + 479 + 478 + 501 + 541 + 493 + 501 pages - signets conservés dans chaque tomes - nombreuses illustrations en monochrome dans et hors texte - titre + tomaisons + nom de la tomaisons + editions + filés dorés sur le dos - nombreuses pages avec textes sur deux colonnes - quelques pliures dans tome 12. TOME 1 : DES ORIGINES A 1492 - TOME 2 : 1492-1600 - TOME 3 : 1600-1660 - TOME 4 : 1660-1715 - TOME 5 : 1715-1794(1) - TOME 6 : 1715-1794 (2) - TOME 7 : 1794-1830 - TOME 8 : 1830-1848 - TOME 9 : 1848-1873 - TOME 10 : 1873-1913 - TOME 11 : 1913-1939 - TOME 12 : 1939-1970.
Bookseller: Le-Livre.Com
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