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2012-12-22 14:02:10
[Schedel, Hartman]
[Nürnberg] [Published by Anton Koberger] [1493] 47 x 33 cm. Large margins. Some finger dirt, stains and a litlle browning to the margins. Nice condition.. A beautiful incunable leaf from the german edition of the famous Nuremberg Chronicle. The wood cuts depicts Linea der Kayser Balba, Otho, Ditellius and Despasianus. The wood cuts at the verso depict Andreas der appostel, Thomas der Appostel and Quintilianus. The Nuremberg Chronicle was first published in the summer of 1493 in latin. The german edition appeared in december of the same year. With its 1809 wood cuts the Chronicle have more illustrations than any other book of the 15th century. The work describes the history of the world from creation upp to the publishing year of 1493, The work was published in a transition age between medieval times and the renaissance which is shown by its form as an medieval chronicle but at the same time its use of classical sources, in a modern way. The images are executed by the artists Michael Wolgemut and Willhelm Pleydenwurff. Wollgemutt was the instructor of Albrecht Dürer. The chronicle is a high point of the wood cut technique
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-22 14:02:10
[Schedel, Hartman]
[Nürnberg] [Published by Anton Koberger] [1493] 47 x 33 cm. Large margins. Some browning. Some finger dirt and and spots to the margins. A few minor tears and a small repair in the lower margin.. A beautiful incunable leaf from the german edition of the famous Nuremberg Chronicle. The wood cuts depicts Seneca, Persius, Philippus der appostel getting stoned and Lucanus. The wood cuts at the verso depict Bartholomeus der appostel, Linus, Cletus and Appollinaris. The Nuremberg Chronicle was first published in the summer of 1493 in latin. The german edition appeared in december of the same year. With its 1809 wood cuts the Chronicle have more illustrations than any other book of the 15th century. The work describes the history of the world from creation upp to the publishing year of 1493, The work was published in a transition age between medieval times and the renaissance which is shown by its form as an medieval chronicle but at the same time its use of classical sources, in a modern way. The images are executed by the artists Michael Wolgemut and Willhelm Pleydenwurff. Wollgemutt was the instructor of Albrecht Dürer. The chronicle is a high point of the wood cut technique
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-22 14:02:10
[Schedel, Hartman]
[Nürnberg] [Published by Anton Koberger] [1493] 47 x 33 cm. Large margins. A little browning, finger dirt and a few of stains to the margins.. A beautiful incunable leaf from the german edition of the famous Nuremberg Chronicle. The wood cuts depicts Linea der kaiser Otto der ander, Bruno ein bischof, Eduardus könig, Ludwig könig, Odilo abbi, Alpharabius ein philosophus and Theoalbus ein graf. The wood cuts at the verso depict Linea der (?) Johannes der XVI, Gregorius der funft, Johannes der XVII, Silvester der ander and Johannes der XVIII. The Nuremberg Chronicle was first published in the summer of 1493 in latin. The german edition appeared in december of the same year. With its 1809 wood cuts the Chronicle have more illustrations than any other book of the 15th century. The work describes the history of the world from creation upp to the publishing year of 1493, The work was published in a transition age between medieval times and the renaissance which is shown by its form as an medieval chronicle but at the same time its use of classical sources, in a modern way. The images are executed by the artists Michael Wolgemut and Willhelm Pleydenwurff. Wollgemutt was the instructor of Albrecht Dürer. The chronicle is a high point of the wood cut technique
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-22 14:02:10
[Schedel, Hartman]
[Nürnberg] [Published by Anton Koberger] [1493] 47 x 33 cm. Large margins A litlle browning, a couple of stains and some finger dirt to the margins. Nice condition.. A beautiful incunable leaf from the german edition of the famous Nuremberg Chronicle. The wood cuts depict a rainy cloud and a priest. The wood cuts at the verso depict Das funft councili zu Constatinopel, Johannes der acht, Martinus der ander, Hadrianus der dritt and Stephanus der funft. The Nuremberg Chronicle was first published in the summer of 1493 in latin. The german edition appeared in december of the same year. With its 1809 wood cuts the Chronicle have more illustrations than any other book of the 15th century. The work describes the history of the world from creation upp to the publishing year of 1493, The work was published in a transition age between medieval times and the renaissance which is shown by its form as an medieval chronicle but at the same time its use of classical sources, in a modern way. The images are executed by the artists Michael Wolgemut and Willhelm Pleydenwurff. Wollgemutt was the instructor of Albrecht Dürer. The chronicle is a high point of the wood cut technique
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-22 14:02:10
[Schedel, Hartman]
[Nürnberg] [Published by Anton Koberger] [1493] 47 x 33 cm. Large margins. Some finger dirt, stains and a litlle browning to the margins. A couple of short repaired tears.. A beautiful incunable leaf from the german edition of the famous Nuremberg Chronicle. The wood cuts depicts Linea der kayser Titus, Domicianus, Kerna and Traianus. The wood cuts at the verso depict Thimotheus, Dictosinus, Johannes der appostel und evangelist and Dyonisius. The Nuremberg Chronicle was first published in the summer of 1493 in latin. The german edition appeared in december of the same year. With its 1809 wood cuts the Chronicle have more illustrations than any other book of the 15th century. The work describes the history of the world from creation upp to the publishing year of 1493, The work was published in a transition age between medieval times and the renaissance which is shown by its form as an medieval chronicle but at the same time its use of classical sources, in a modern way. The images are executed by the artists Michael Wolgemut and Willhelm Pleydenwurff. Wollgemutt was the instructor of Albrecht Dürer. The chronicle is a high point of the wood cut technique
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-22 14:02:10
[Schedel, Hartman]
[Nürnberg] [Published by Anton Koberger] [1493] 47 x 33 cm. Large margins. Slight finger dirt and browning to the margins. Nice condition.. A beautiful incunable leaf from the german edition of the famous Nuremberg Chronicle. The wood cut depict Bruder Niclas, The wood cuts at the verso depict Antonius rosellus ein inrist and Machomet der Türcken kayser. The Nuremberg Chronicle was first published in the summer of 1493 in latin. The german edition appeared in december of the same year. With its 1809 wood cuts the Chronicle have more illustrations than any other book of the 15th century. The work describes the history of the world from creation upp to the publishing year of 1493, The work was published in a transition age between medieval times and the renaissance which is shown by its form as an medieval chronicle but at the same time its use of classical sources, in a modern way. The images are executed by the artists Michael Wolgemut and Willhelm Pleydenwurff. Wollgemutt was the instructor of Albrecht Dürer. The chronicle is a high point of the wood cut technique
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-22 14:02:10
[Schedel, Hartman]
[Nürnberg] [Published by Anton Koberger] [1493] 47 x 33 cm. Large margins. A little browning to the outer margins and a couple of spots. Nice condition.. A beautiful incunable leaf from the german edition of the famous Nuremberg Chronicle. The wood cut depicts Linea der kaiser frederich der erst. The wood cuts at the verso depict Orden der aynsidler sant Augustinus, Johannes (?) ein arzt, Johannes ein bischoff and two other cuts depicting the sun. The Nuremberg Chronicle was first published in the summer of 1493 in latin. The german edition appeared in december of the same year. With its 1809 wood cuts the Chronicle have more illustrations than any other book of the 15th century. The work describes the history of the world from creation upp to the publishing year of 1493, The work was published in a transition age between medieval times and the renaissance which is shown by its form as an medieval chronicle but at the same time its use of classical sources, in a modern way. The images are executed by the artists Michael Wolgemut and Willhelm Pleydenwurff. Wollgemutt was the instructor of Albrecht Dürer. The chronicle is a high point of the wood cut technique
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-22 14:02:10
[Schedel, Hartman]
[Nürnberg] [Published by Anton Koberger] [1493] 47 x 33 cm. Large margins. Some staining and browning to the outer margins.. A beautiful incunable leaf from the german edition of the famous Nuremberg Chronicle. The wood cuts depicts Ancienna ein arzt, (?) ein arzt, Auerrois ein arzt, Sant Thomas erzbischoff zu Lanthuaria The wood cuts at the verso depict Adriannus der viert and Alexander der dritt. The Nuremberg Chronicle was first published in the summer of 1493 in latin. The german edition appeared in december of the same year. With its 1809 wood cuts the Chronicle have more illustrations than any other book of the 15th century. The work describes the history of the world from creation upp to the publishing year of 1493, The work was published in a transition age between medieval times and the renaissance which is shown by its form as an medieval chronicle but at the same time its use of classical sources, in a modern way. The images are executed by the artists Michael Wolgemut and Willhelm Pleydenwurff. Wollgemutt was the instructor of Albrecht Dürer. The chronicle is a high point of the wood cut technique
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-12-22 14:02:10
[Schedel, Hartman]
[Nürnberg] [Published by Anton Koberger] [1493] 47 x 33 cm. Large margins. A little finger dirt to the margins. Nice condition.. A beautiful incunable leaf from the german edition of the famous Nuremberg Chronicle. The wood cuts depicts Linea der kaiser Lumrat der dritt and König Ludwig zu franckreich. The wood cuts at the verso depict Hildergardis, Petrus Lombardus, Gracianus, Petrus comestos and Gwilhelmus ein find. The Nuremberg Chronicle was first published in the summer of 1493 in latin. The german edition appeared in december of the same year. With its 1809 wood cuts the Chronicle have more illustrations than any other book of the 15th century. The work describes the history of the world from creation upp to the publishing year of 1493, The work was published in a transition age between medieval times and the renaissance which is shown by its form as an medieval chronicle but at the same time its use of classical sources, in a modern way. The images are executed by the artists Michael Wolgemut and Willhelm Pleydenwurff. Wollgemutt was the instructor of Albrecht Dürer. The chronicle is a high point of the wood cut technique
Bookseller: Hammarlunds Antikvariat
2012-08-03 16:32:53
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Folio CV only Folio (444 x 310 mm). printed in black in two columns on cream paper. Illustrated with seven woodblocks. The leaf shows Seneca in his bath, portraits of Lucanus and Persius, and Phillipus apostolus being cruicifed on the recto; Pope Linus and Lletus portraits as well as Apploinaris are on the verso, with Bartholomeus apostolus being tortured or martyred in a larger woodcut. Each illustration has the accompanying text, a short biography, next to it.The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most illustrated book of the fifteenth century and is a vast chronicle of world history from the time of creation to the time of publication, 1493. The work was in the planning stages for five years, and the printing took twenty months to accomplish. It was without doubt the most advanced and technically demanding work to be undertaken at the time. Interestingly the surprisingly complex lay-outs of both the Latin edition and the German translation edition which was published five months later, were actually planned simultaneously. They both use the same woodcuts, slightly differently placed in the text. It is believed that both were printed in a run of 1,500- 2,000 copies.The contract between Koberger and his financial partners, Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, the contract between Koberger and the artists and two manuscript exemplaria (maquettes) survive in the N┬črnberg Stadtbibliothek (Nuremberg City Library) with some other documents relating to the book, and give us a publication history which is unequaled by any other fifteenth century book.The illustrations are woodcut … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books (ABAA) [Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-06-30 08:07:09
Schedel, Hartman
Wohlgemut & Pleydenwurff, Nuremberg, 1493. Schedel Hartmann Llber Chronicarumum Fol. CClXII & CCLIII from the Latin edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle. L'arrivée de l'Antéchrist ~ Très rares gravures pleine page in-fol sur bois de l'Apocalypse accompagnée d'une description, par Michael Wohlgemuth Maître de Dürer et son beau-fils Wilhelm Pleydenwurff dans le "Liber chronicarum cum figuris & ymaginibus ab inicio Mundi d'Hartman Schedel du 12 juillet 1493 ; La plus belle et extraordinaire planche de ce monument iconographique reprise dans tant dans l'esprit que dans la lettre par Dürer qui gravera à nouveau quelques années plus tard dans son " Apocalipsis cum figuris ", de 1496 à 1498, Dürer, qui n'a que 27 ans, traverse une phase mystique. Comme ses contemporains, le jeune artiste de Nuremberg est habité par la foi tourmentée qui précède et annonce la Réforme. Cette foi exaltée est encore accentuée par le fait que l'an 1500 est proche, et que certains croient en l'imminence de la fin du monde¿ [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Incunable [LUXEMBOURG, Luxembourg]
2012-06-27 08:27:03
SCHEDEL HARTMANN
Norimberga 1493 - Silografia, 190x225 la sola incisione, 470x315 il foglio completo. Veduta fantastica tratta da una edizione latina di "Liber Chronicarum", una delle primissime opere illustrate pubblicate, che ebbe un enorme successo. La veduta Ë inserita nella parte sup. del foglio, il testo descrittivo in basso. Il testo Ë rubricato in rosso cosÏ come vi sono accenni di colore a contorno dei tetti. Ottimo esemplare assai marginoso con parziale mancanza all'angolo inf. sin.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini
2012-05-26 18:40:41
Martialis M.V.
[Venezia, Bartholomeo De Zanis 1493?], in-folio, leg. settecentesca in piena pergamena (qualche forellino di tarlo sul dorso), carte [1], da 2 a 150 (grafia: i50). Mancano la carta b1 e l'intero quaderno finale u (formato da 10 carte). Gore, pochi tarli al margine esterno delle prime carte, qualche macchia, alcune carte sciolte, mancanza con perdita di testo alla carta t4, restauro marginale alle prime due carte. Notazioni manoscritte antiche al recto di carta a1. Postille e manicule marginali. Non siamo riusciti da identificare con certezza l'edizione: la fascicolazione, la cartulazione e l'impronta non corrispondono a nessuna collazione presente in ICCU (o in edit16 per il primo '500); per quanto riguarda le edizioni del XV sec. fascicolazione e cartulazione corrispondono solo a quella data da BMC, V, 432 per l'edizione De Zanis 1493 (salvo che non è segnalata la particolarità della lettera minuscola i usata per cifra 1 nella cartulazione, particolarità che è sempre segnalata in quel catalogo). A causa dell'incertezza dell'edizione diamo anche fascicolazione e impronta dell'esemplare (quest'ultima presa considerando la prima carta - che reca quello che può essere considerato il titolo: "Martialis cum duobus commentis" - come un protofrontespizio; dall'impronta escludiamo il gruppo finale che si forma in base alla data di cui non siamo certi): fascicolazione: a6, b-t8, [-u10?]; impronta: m-uæ s:l. s:i. quci (3). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2012-04-16 04:20:51
Hartmann Schedel
1493. Holzschnitt, Blatt: 59,5 x 45,5 cm, Darstellung: 52 x 20 cm. Ansicht von Konstanz aus der lateinischen Ausgabe der 'Nürnberger Chronik' von Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514). In der Mitte zusammen gesetzt und hinterlegt. Schönes Exemplar. View of Konstanz form the Latin edition of the 'Nuremberg Chronicle' (in German also known as 'Schedelsche Weltchronik') by Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514). Woodcuts from this work are the first ever illustrations of many cities and countries. Two pages joined together in the middle and re-backed in the fold. In general in a good condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2012-02-21 11:25:44
Schedel, Hartman
GERMANY: ANTON KOBERGER, 1493 THIS EDITION ONLY PREDATED BY THE LATIN OF EARLIER 1493. HAND COLORED AFTER PUBLICATION. 400 LATIN AND 300 GERMAN EDITIONS SURVIVE TODAY. TRANSLATED INTO GERMAN BY GEORG ALT. THIS ILLUSTRATION OF FLORENCE WAS BASED ON A VIEW BY FRANCESCO ROSSELLI. POSTAGE TO BE DETERMINED.
Bookseller: Longed for Books
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2011-04-06 03:56:04
SCHEDEL HARTMANN.
Norimberga, 1493 - Silografia, di mm 226x200 (l'immagine), mm 420x300 (il foglio completo di testo in tedesco). Veduta fantastica della città. Esemplare in perfetto stato di conservazione. Il "Liber Chronicarum" comunemente chiamato "Cronaca di Norimberga" dalla città di stampa, fu la prima opera contenente anche raffigurazioni reali delle città del mondo ed ebbe un enorme successo, tale da essere considerata una pietra miliare nello sviluppo della conoscenza geografica. vedutistica.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini
2010-10-30 18:54:00
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2010-03-22 22:45:16
. Kolorierter Holzschnitt v. Hartmann Schedel aus Schedels Weltchronik, b. Anton Koberger , Nürnberg, 1493, 19 x 51,5 cm, gedruckt auf der vollen Blattseite.. Lateinische Ausgabe.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Babendererde
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2009-03-16 22:18:10
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Koberger, Anton, Nuremburg 1493 - From the German edition of the Liber cronicarum (Nuremberg Chronicle). The first secular published book, it tells the history of the earth through seven "ages". As the verso of blat XLV, this piece shows a fictitious view of Pisa. Although many towns and cities in Europe and the Near East are illustrated in the book, 49 of them were printed with only 14 different woodblocks. Therefore, this illustration is identical to the page describing the Roman town of Tiburtina. Some very minor foxing and a fold along bottom margin, not affecting image. Woodcut, uncolored. Image measures 8" x 9", image plus text measures 13.75" x 9".
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB
2008-11-23 03:22:39
Hartmann Schedel (1440 - 1514)
1493. Motivmass: 20,2x50,6 Blattmass: 41,9x57,0 Holzschnitt aus: Weltkronik Die über 2000 Holzschnitte stammen von M. Wohlgemuth, W. Pleydenwurff und deren Lehrling A. Dürer rechter Rand fehlt z. T. Schwarzweiß.
Bookseller: Conzen Kunsthandel Düsseldorf GbR
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2008-11-18 18:34:00
1493.. . Gesamtansicht von Osten. Kolor. Holzschnitt von Michael Wolgemut oder/und Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, aus Hartmann Schedel, Das Buch der Chroniken, bei Anton Koberger, Nürnberg 1493. 33 x 52,5 cm (mit Textpassage). - Sehr dekorativ und repräsentativ. Restauriertes Blatt, fachmännisch zusammengesetzt aus verschiedenen Exemplaren, Textpassage lateinisch und später; kleine unauffällige Läsuren im Bug restauriert, links und unten knapprandig, links oben ca. 4 cm breiter Streifen angesetzt, kleine Quetschfalte rechts unten geglättet. Passendes neues Kolorit. - Älteste Gesamtansicht der Stadt Würzburg. Die Schedelsche Weltchronik gilt als ein Meisterwerk des frühen Buchdruckes, mit über 1500 Holzschnitten. Die Abbildung von Würzburg ist nach der Nürnbergs die zweitgrößte. Gegenüber den meisten Darstellungen in der Chronik ist die Würzburger keine Phantasieansicht. Beherrschend ist die Festung als Bischofssitz erkennbar, deren Aussehen mit der heutigen Form wenig gemein hat. Im Detail waren Wolgemut und Pleydenwurff jedoch nicht allzu genau mit der Realität, es fehlt z.B auch die steinerne Mainbrücke. - Mfr. Museum, Gesamtansichten, 1.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tobias Müller
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2008-09-30 20:25:07
Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aurelius Bombastus von Hohenheim =
Sculp. by W.Ridley, n.p., n.d. 22 x 14 cm. Aureolus Theoprastus Bombastus von Hohenheim (1493-1541), M.D. Ferara. Swiss physician and alchemist. Portr. Wellcome Inst. Hist. Med., R.Burgess No.2218.4.
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
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