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2018-01-29 20:48:33
MÜNCHEN:
1493. MÜNCHEN: Gesamtansicht, 'Monacum', Holzschnitt (v. 2 Stöcken gedruckt) aus Schedels Weltchronik, 1493, 20 x 53 Fauser, Nr. 9248. - Die erste gedruckte Ansicht von München. Aus der deutschen Ausgabe. Mit zahlreichen Ergänzungen von alter Hand, so wurden mehrere Kirchen gänzlich neu eingezeichnet (so zum Beispiel die Allerheiligenkirche am Kreuz, deren Chorturm erst nach 1493 fertiggestellt wurde) und die Frauenkirche hat die um 1525 vollendeten Welschen Hauben. In dieser Form ein Unikat. Artikelnummer: 9214.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-01-29 20:48:33
BAMBERG:
1493. BAMBERG: Gesamtansicht, Holzschnitt ( v. 2 Platten gedruckt ) aus Schedels Weltchronik, 1493, 20 x 53 Die erste gedruckte Ansicht von Bamberg Artikelnummer: 82735.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-01-29 20:48:33
PASSAU:
1493. PASSAU: Gesamtansicht, 'Patavia', Holzschnitt ( v. 2 Platten gedruckt ) aus Schedels Weltchronik ( Lateinische Ausgabe ), 1493, 20 x 51,5 Die erste gedruckte Ansicht von Passau. Artikelnummer: 320685.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-01-23 23:27:08
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
Xilografia, 1493, priva della firma dell'artista. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, con margini, lievi restauri di carta al margine sinistro che non toccano l'incisione, per il resto in eccellente stato di conservazione. Tratta del celebre Liber Chronicarum meglio conosciuto come Cronaca di Norimberga. L'opera, stampata da Anton Koberger e scritta da Hartman Schedel, si compone di 645 xilografie, che la rendono il libro illustrato più importante dell'epoca. Le opere vennero realizzate, in diversi anni, dalla bottega del maestro di Durer Michael Wolgemut. Prima edizione latina. Woodcut, 1493, without signature. Magnificent work, printed on laid paper without watermark, with margins and slight repairs on the left margin which do not impair the image, in excellent condition. Part of the famous Liber Chronicarum, better known as the Chronicle of Nuremberg. The work was printed by Anton Koberger and wrote by Hartman Schledel. It contains 645 woodcuts and it is considered the most important illustrated book of the period. Every single work in it has been realized, along the years, in Wolgemut's workshop. First Latin edition. The Illustrated Bartsch 509b.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-01-23 21:45:40
SCHEDEL HARTMANN.
1493. Woodcut, mm 227x518 (sheet 440x596), verso with latin text and nine little woodcuts including popes and kings. A good example with usual restorations at center.From "Liber Chronicarum", a milestone of illustrated travel-books and one of the most famous books of the 15th century. The engravings are all by Michael Wohlgemuth, teacher of Albrecht Duerer. his stepson Wilhelm Pleydenwurff and some are attributed to Duerer when he was young.The views from "Liber Chronicarum" or "Nuremberg Chronicle" as it is commonly referred to, are among the earliest realistic obtainable views in the market.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2018-01-21 06:14:41
SCHEDEL HARTMANN.
1493. Woodcut in old colour, mm 392x580, good margins. From the latin edition of "Liber Chronicarum", a milestone of illustrated travel-books and one of the most famous books of the 15th century. This map has to be considered as the first modern map of this area; the author is Hieronymus Munzer. It has been engraved by Michael Wohlgemuth, teacher of Albrecht Duerer.Fascinating example beautifully coloured. Generally in good condition, the map bears a skilfull restored hole of c. mm 20x10 on both sides of the leaf, affecting Holland in the left half and Poland (Vistola) in the right. Ginsberg W.B. , 4.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2018-01-20 12:19:44
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Koberger, Anton, Nuremburg 1493 - Woodcut, uncolored. Page measures 17" x 12 1/4" Woodcut, uncolored. Page measures 17" x 12 1/4". From the Latin edition of the Liber cronicarum (Nuremberg Chronicle). The first secular published book, it tells the history of the earth through seven "ages". As the recto LXVI, this piece shows a fictitious view of the visionary temple of Ezekiel. It includes the first figure of the temple edifice, a second similar figure, and a two figures showing the ornamentation of the gate. The verso LXVI shows the ground view of the posterior gate, elevation of the east gate and appendages, and elevation of the north edifice. There are two editions of the book, the first in Latin and the second in German. 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, resulting in two or more
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-01-17 10:35:08
REGENSBURG:
- Holzschnitt ( v. 2 Platten gedruckt ) aus Schedels Weltchronik ( lat. Ausgabe ), 1493, 19,2 x 52,5 ( auf Doppelfolioblatt ) Fauser, 11517. Erste Ansicht v. Regensburg. - Lateinische Ausgabe.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH
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2018-01-16 19:30:52
Michael WOLGEMUTH (Norimberga 1434 - 1519)
Xilografia, 1493 circa. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Tratta dalla monumentale opera di Hartmann Schedel, il Liber Cronicarum (edizione tedesca), che rappresenta uno "dei più straordinari lavori mai realizzati" dall'editoria del XV secolo. Gli incisori erano Michael Wolgemuth, e il figliastro Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. Wolgemuth fu anche il tutore di Albrecht Dürer tra il 1486 e il 1490; recenti studi hanno dimostrato come Dürer stesso abbia collaborato alla realizzazione di quest'opera; alcune opere sono infatti attribuite al maestro di Norimberga. La stampa venne supervisionata dal grande stampatore Anton Koberger, le cui opere erano famose in tutta Europa. La danza di scheletri, posta nella settima età del mondo, verso la fine del libro costituisce una sorta di scherzoso memento mori. Mentre uno scheletro suona il flauto, altri tre danzano intorno ad un quinto che è posto entro una fossa. Il disegno preparatorio all'opera, delle sole tre figure danzanti, è conservato al Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum di Braunschweig. Wolgemuth fu uno degli artisti che riscrisse i canoni della xilografia nella Germania del suo tempo, fornendo ai molti editori di Norimberga illustrazioni per libri, le più attraenti delle quali venivano vendute anche separatamente. Le sue opere rintracciavano i progressi fatti nell'incisione, che permettevano di rappresentare i volumi e le ombre con un dettaglio molto maggiore di quanto non fosse stato fatto sino ad allora. Dimensioni 195x225 (il foglio 280x435). "Woodcut, 1493, without the signature of the art … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-01-14 22:28:13
Schedel, Hartmann
596 S. Folio, gebunden sehr gut erhaltenes Faksimile der am 23.12.1493 in Nürnberg bei Anton Koberger gedruckten Ausgabe nach dem Exemplar der Nationalen Forschungs- und Gedenkstättten der klassischen deutschen Literatur in Weimar, Zentralbibliothek der deutschen Klassik, limitierte Weltauflage Nr. dieses Exemplars: 386 mit Schuber (mit Bildaufdruck), dieser fleckig und an Kante mit Wasserfleckresten, an Ecken leicht bestoßen, Buch sehr gut, Pergamenteinband mit Goldaufdruck, innen sehr sauber und gut das auf dem Schuber angegebene Kommentarheft fehlt überE
Bookseller: Buchhandlung
2018-01-10 21:47:23
Aquinas, Thomas,
(Venice) (Bonetus Locatellus for Octavianus Scotus, 4 June 1493. Folio. (320 x 200mm). 3 blank leafs + 318 leafs + 4 blank leafs. 66 lines, double columns, gothic letters, initials in red. Contemporary calf over wooden boards. 2 clasps. Rebacked. The first 19 leafs with 2 or 3 minor holes in outer margins (not affecting text.. .
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat [NO]
2018-01-04 22:37:17
Holzschnitt aus Schedel, \"Weltchronik\", 1493, 19 x 22 cm. Auf der vollen Buchseite der lateinischen Ausgabe. - Rückseitig die Ansicht des Tempels von Salomo. Schönes Exemplar. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Europa, Italien
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2018-01-03 20:18:36
Schedel Hartman (1440 - 1515) Nuremberg
Artist: Schedel Hartman ca ; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca1493 - - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 23,5 x 14,5; - description: Decorativ view of Matova in Italy, Lombardei. On reverse 3 bishops.; - vita of the artist: Hartmann Schedel (1440 -1515)settled in Nuremberg 1484. He published the famous Nuremberg Chronicle 1493, Schedel's library has been sold in 1552 to Hans Jacob Fugger. Schedel's Nuremberg Chronicle must have been one of the most popular of incunables, judging by the number of surviving copies. Some 800 copies of the Latin edition have been traced and 400 of the German. This is not surprising considering that this compilation of sacred and profaned history was the most elaborate printed book of its time, illustrated with more than 1800 woodcuts. Among these were a number of double-page city views, a folding map of the world and another of northern and central Europe. The text is an amalgam of legend, fancy and tradition interspersed with the occasional scientific fact or authentic piece of modern learning. Hartmann Schedel, a physician of Nuremberg, was the editor-in-chief; the printer was Anton Koberger, and among the designers the most famous were Michael Wolgemut and Hanns Pleydenwurff, masters of the Nuremberg workshop where Albrecht Durer served his apprenticeship. The first edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle in July 1493 was in Latin and there was a reprint with German text in December of the same year. World Map:His Ptolemaic world map with the figures simbolizing the three sons of Noah's: Sem, Ham a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG
2018-01-01 18:21:13
Metz.
Nürnberg, Holzschnitt aus "Schedelsche Weltchronik", 1493. 19,5x22,5 cm, auf dem ganzen Blatt der deutschen Ausgabe (43,5x30 cm) [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Martin Barbian & Grund GbR [Saarbruecken, Germany]
2017-12-31 16:59:17
OVIDIUS Naso, Publius.
1493. Due incunaboli legati in un volume, in-folio, leg. successiva in mezza pergamena con dorso a tre nervi, piatti ricoperti da fogli di antico antifonario, la prima opera: cc. [161 su 168]: mancano le prime 6 carte (il fascicolo A6) e l'ultima bianca (x4); la seconda opera: cc. [14 su 56]: mancano i primi 7 fascicoli (a-g6). Caratteri tondi e testo circondato da commento in ambedue le opere. Marca tipografica in fine al secondo titolo. Gore, più pesanti alle prime ed ultime carte. Per le Metamorfosi cfr. Goff O189, Sander 5311, IGI 7122. Per il De arte amandi: Goff O143, IGI 7056.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2017-12-30 16:54:46
EARLY BIBLE/LYRA, NICOLAUS DE
Nürnberg, Anton Koberger 1493. "4 volumes, 424, 338, 317 (of 318), 350 (of 352) folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with 4 raised bands and clasps, Folio H. 34,5 x L. 23,5 x W. 6,5-9 cm. (The marigins of titlepage vol.1 are renewed, 3 pages of vol.1 in matching facsimile on contemporary paper, without the final blanco pages in vol. 3 and 4, waterstains at some places, some wormholes in both the wooden boards and the text blocks. With 44 woodcuts -some fullpage-, the capital letters in volume 2-4, and some in volume 1 are handcoloured with red and blue paint. With some old annotations in the margins. Incunable edition of the Latin Bible containing the Old and New Testament with the commentary of Nicolaus de Lyra. Besides De Lyra's Postillae the Additiones of the Spanish bishop Paul of Burgos c.1353-1435, followed by a reply on this Additiones the Defensarium or Responsiones from the Franciscan Matthias Döring c.1390-1469. Nicolaus de Lyra c.1270-1349, was a Franciscan teacher at the University of Paris. De Lyra was a very important biblical commentator who was known for his knowledge of Hebrew learning and the Latin (Church) Fathers. He gained his knowledge through studying the Hebrew language and other Jewish sources, among which the writings of Rabbi Solomon c.1040-1105. He studied with the Jewish rabbis of Évreux (North France), this city was one of the centres of Jewish learning during the Middle Ages. His knowledge was expressed in his massive Postillae, in which he commented extensively on the entire Bible according to mostly literal senses. This comme … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
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2017-12-28 23:06:19
Schedel, Hartmann.
Nuremberg:: Anton Koberger,, 1493.. First edition. Latin.. 402 x 302mm.. Single leaf. Some wear to outer margin, dampstain to outer margin and crease to lower corner, lower portion lightly trimmed, no affect. Recto shows large woodcut of fantasy view of England (Anglie Provincia). Verso shows genealogy of David with Solomon and Queen Sheba. Sutable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490Õs. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in KobergerÕs shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer.
Bookseller: Dark Parks Books & Collectibles
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2017-12-28 23:06:19
Schedel, Hartmann.
Nuremberg:: Anton Koberger,, 1493.. First edition. Latin.. 403 x 297mm.. Single leaf. Trimmed at top and bottom. Edge tears at lower margins, just touching text on recto, but no affect. Contemporary ink notes at top corner of recto, paper repair at top corner, no affect, light dampstains at top. Recto is text about the history of Germany. Verso illustrates large woodcut of Pope Aeneas Silvio Piccolomini (Pius II) meeting Frederick III for coronation as Holy Roman Emperor in 1452. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490Õs. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in KobergerÕs shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer.
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2017-12-28 23:06:19
Schedel, Hartmann.
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1493. Nuremberg:: Anton Koberger,, 1493.. First edition. Latin.. 410 x 302 mm.. Single leaf. Minor edge wear, small clean tear at bottom inner margin, top slightly trimmed, no affect. Recto shows three small cuts of Albert of Austria, Wenceslaus the Third, and a comet. Verso illustrates large woodcut of the Jews being burned alive in the first year of emperor Albert at Nuremberg and two small cuts of Dinus of Mugello and James of Arena. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490Õs. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in KobergerÕs shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer.
Bookseller: Dark Parks Books & Collectibles [Harbor City, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-28 23:06:19
Schedel, Hartmann.
Nuremberg:: Anton Koberger,, 1493.. First edition. Latin.. 430 x 302mm.. Single leaf. Very minor wear to outer edges, some soiling and light foxing. Recto text top: God created the world in six days, the seventh to rest. Recto three quarter page: The Antichrist description. Verso shows text of Death and The End Times. Suitable for framing. The Nuremberg Chronicle is the most extensively illustrated book, and one of the most important, of the 15th century. The text is a universal history of the Christian world from the beginning of time to the 1490Õs. Written in Latin by physician and humanist, Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) on commission from Nuremberg merchants Sebald Schreye (1446-1520) and Sebastian Kammermeister (1446-1503). The Chronicle was printed by Nuremberg printer Anton Koberger (c.1440-1513), owner of the largest 15th-century German printing house. The Latin edition was printed in KobergerÕs shop between May 1492 and October 1493. In the meantime, a German translation was commissioned to George Alt (c.1450-1510), a scribe at the Nuremberg treasury, and the German edition was printed alongside the Latin one between January and December 1493. The Chronicle was illustrated by German artists Michael Wolgemut and Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, with the assistance of studio apprentices, including a young Albrecht Durer. This particular leaf tells of the coming of the Antichrist, translating such as Ò will be conceived of the Evil Spirit a perverter and destroyer of manking - a most wicked being and a prophet of lies, who will name, and set up a god of his own and demand that he … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-12-28 05:41:39
Schedel, Hartmann
Nuremburg: Koberger, Anton, 1493. unbound. Wolgemut, Michael. Woodcut, colored. 17 1/4" x 11 1/2". 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 recto of blat CCL, this piece describes the life of King Ladislaus of Hungary. An early depiction of Halley's comet is portrayed on the lower left in color. The appearance of the comet is said to have caused much distress.
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [U.S.A.]
2017-12-28 05:41:39
Schedel, Hartmann
Nuremburg: Koberger, Anton, 1493. unbound. Wolgemut, Michael. Woodcut, uncolored. Page measures 17" x 12 1/4". From the Latin edition of the Liber cronicarum (Nuremberg Chronicle). The first secular published book, it tells the history of the earth through seven "ages". As the recto LXVI, this piece shows a fictitious view of the visionary temple of Ezekiel. It includes the first figure of the temple edifice, a second similar figure, and a two figures showing the ornamentation of the gate. The verso LXVI shows the ground view of the posterior gate, elevation of the east gate and appendages, and elevation of the north edifice. There are two editions of the book, the first in Latin and the second in German. 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, resulting in two or more
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store [U.S.A.]
2017-12-26 20:33:34
SOLINUS Gaius Julius
Venetiis anno Domini MCCCCLXXXXIII die XIII Januariis (Venezia, Guilelmus Anima Mia, Tridinensis, 13 gennaio 1493), - in-4 (mm 210x160), ff. 46 n.n. (a-e8, f6); legatura moderna in pergamena. Testo in carattere romano. Pregevole e non comune edizione (la prima apparve a Venezia presso Jenson nel 1473), probabile ristampa dell'edizione del Ragazonibus del 1491 ma senza l'aggiunta dei ''Mirabilia Romae''. Solino fu un autore latino, visse tra il III e il IV secolo; nel Medioevo i suoi ''Collectanea rerum memorabilium'' (raccolte di cose memorabili) furono noti anche come ''Polyhistor'' (il curioso, l'erudito) o, ma più raramente, come ''De mirabilibus mundi'' (sulle meraviglie del mondo). Si tratta di una raccolta di cose memorabili, una sorta di compendio di Plinio e di altri autori classici, in cui l'a. annota le cose più strane e meravigliose inerenti a popoli, usanze, animali e piante, illustrandole all'interno di una zona geografica. Tra quelle esaminate: l'Italia, la Grecia, le regioni intorno al Mar Nero, la Germania, la Gallia, la Britannia, la Spagna. Seguono poi le province dell'Africa, l'Arabia, l'Asia minore, l'India e l'impero dei Parti. Buon esemplare, lievi macchie d'umido e piccole traccie di tarlo nel margine esterno di alcuni ff. Antiche note di possesso al primo f. di due monaci del convento di San Barnaba a Brescia: ''Barnabae Brixiae Ad usum fratris Aurelii et Milys.''; belle postille marginali di antica mano. BMC V 412, attribuisce la stampa a una stamperia vicina ad ''Anima Mia''. IGI 9090. HC,14881. Goff S-621. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Italy]
2017-12-23 05:56:39
Hartmann SCHEDEL (Norimberga 1440 - ivi 1514)
1493. Veduta fantastica tratta da una edizione latina di "Liber Chronicarum", una delle primissime opere illustrate pubblicate, che ebbe un enorme successo. La veduta è inserita nella parte superiore del foglio, mentre in basso si trova il testo descrittivo. La monumentale opera di Schedel, il Liber Cronicarum, rappresenta uno "dei più straordinari lavori mai realizzati" dall'editoria del XV secolo. Gli incisori erano Michael Wolgemut, famoso maestro di Albrecht Dürer, e il figliastro Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. Wolgemut fu il tutore di Albrecht Dürer tra il 1486 e il 1490; recenti studi hanno dimostrato come Durer abbia collaborato alla realizzazione di quest'opera, poiché alcuni dei tratti hanno somiglianze stupefacenti con quelli dell'Apocalisse; alcune opere sono infatti attribuite al maestro di Norimberga. La stampa venne supervisionata dal grande stampatore Anton Koberger, le cui opere erano famose in tutta Europa. Xilografia, finemente colotrata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. "View taken from a latin edition of ""Liber Chronicarum"", one of the first illustrated books published, which had a great success. The view is placed in the top of the sheet, the descriptive text below. Woodcut with fine later hand colour, very good condition."
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2017-12-16 13:46:24
Schedel, Hartmann
42 x 54 cm, unter Passepartout gerahmt., 55 x 68 cm, Min gebräunt, tadell. Doppelblatt CXXX aus der lateinischen Ausgabe der Schedelschen Weltchronik die 1493 in Nürnberg bei Anton Koburger erschien. Die Nürnberger Chronik ist eine illustrierte Darstellung der Weltgeschichte. Sie ist das Hauptwerk des deutschen Historikers Hartmann Schedel und erschien erstmals 1493 in Nürnberg in einer lateinischen und einer deutschen Fassung. Sie ist die bedeutendste illustrierte Inkunabel. Mit über 1800 Holzschnitte ist die Schedel Chronik ein bedeutendes Zeugnis deutscher Buchdruckkunst des Spätmittelalters. Die Holzschnitte stammen von Michael Wolgemut und Wilhelm Pleydenwurff.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2017-12-14 14:04:57
SCHEDEL HARTMANN
Nuremberg 1493 - Woodcut, mm 143x225 (sheet 265x396), colored, german text describing Poland and its history. A good example with usual restorations at center.From "Liber Chronicarum", a milestone of illustrated travel-books and one of the most famous books of the 15th century. The engravings are all by Michael Wohlgemuth, teacher of Albrecht Duerer. his stepson Wilhelm Pleydenwurff and some are attributed to Duerer when he was young. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2017-12-12 09:07:57
BIBLE | Lyra, Nicolaus de
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2017-12-02 16:29:54
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Nuremberg Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister. First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle [SCHEDEL, Hartmann. Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493]. First edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, preceding the German language edition (23 December 1493) by just over five months. Large folio (16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches; 415 x 290 mm.). 324 leaves [1], [19, table], CCLXVI, [5], CCLXVII-CCXCIX, [1, colophon] leaves. This copy contains the three numbered leaves CCLVIIII, CCLX, and CCLXI, blank except for headlines, and the five additional unnumbered leaves containing the description of Poland, De Sarmacia regione, and the laudatory verse on Maximilian, bound between leaves CCLXVI and CCLXVII. Lacking the blank leaf following the De Sarmacia regione and the two final blank leaves. Gothic type, sixty-four lines plus headline. Table and parts of the text in double columns. Woodcut title and 1,809 woodcut illustrations, of which 1,164 are repeats, from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerell’s count in Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century (Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1897), pp. 35-36) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including (supposedly) the young Albrecht Dürer, including double-page maps of the world and of Europe. The portrait of Pope Joan ("Johannes Septimus," verso of leaf CLXIX), usually missing, is present and unmutilated. With numerous rubricated initials. One large (fourteen-line) initial supplied in blue and red to first line of folio I. Other large (four-, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-02 16:29:54
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Nuremberg Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister. First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle [SCHEDEL, Hartmann. Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493]. First edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, preceding the German language edition (23 December 1493) by just over five months. Large folio (16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches; 415 x 290 mm.). 324 leaves [1], [19, table], CCLXVI, [5], CCLXVII-CCXCIX, [1, colophon] leaves. This copy contains the three numbered leaves CCLVIIII, CCLX, and CCLXI, blank except for headlines, and the five additional unnumbered leaves containing the description of Poland, De Sarmacia regione, and the laudatory verse on Maximilian, bound between leaves CCLXVI and CCLXVII. Lacking the blank leaf following the De Sarmacia regione and the two final blank leaves. Gothic type, sixty-four lines plus headline. Table and parts of the text in double columns. Woodcut title and 1,809 woodcut illustrations, of which 1,164 are repeats, from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerell’s count in Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century (Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1897), pp. 35-36) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including (supposedly) the young Albrecht Dürer, including double-page maps of the world and of Europe. The portrait of Pope Joan ("Johannes Septimus," verso of leaf CLXIX), usually missing, is present and unmutilated. With numerous rubricated initials. One large (fourteen-line) initial supplied in blue and red to first line of folio I. Other large (four-, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-02 16:29:54
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Nuremberg Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister. First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle [SCHEDEL, Hartmann. Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493]. First edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, preceding the German language edition (23 December 1493) by just over five months. Large folio (16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches; 415 x 290 mm.). 324 leaves [1], [19, table], CCLXVI, [5], CCLXVII-CCXCIX, [1, colophon] leaves. This copy contains the three numbered leaves CCLVIIII, CCLX, and CCLXI, blank except for headlines, and the five additional unnumbered leaves containing the description of Poland, De Sarmacia regione, and the laudatory verse on Maximilian, bound between leaves CCLXVI and CCLXVII. Lacking the blank leaf following the De Sarmacia regione and the two final blank leaves. Gothic type, sixty-four lines plus headline. Table and parts of the text in double columns. Woodcut title and 1,809 woodcut illustrations, of which 1,164 are repeats, from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerell’s count in Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century (Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1897), pp. 35-36) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including (supposedly) the young Albrecht Dürer, including double-page maps of the world and of Europe. The portrait of Pope Joan ("Johannes Septimus," verso of leaf CLXIX), usually missing, is present and unmutilated. With numerous rubricated initials. One large (fourteen-line) initial supplied in blue and red to first line of folio I. Other large (four-, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-02 16:29:54
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Nuremberg Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister. First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle [SCHEDEL, Hartmann. Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493]. First edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, preceding the German language edition (23 December 1493) by just over five months. Large folio (16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches; 415 x 290 mm.). 324 leaves [1], [19, table], CCLXVI, [5], CCLXVII-CCXCIX, [1, colophon] leaves. This copy contains the three numbered leaves CCLVIIII, CCLX, and CCLXI, blank except for headlines, and the five additional unnumbered leaves containing the description of Poland, De Sarmacia regione, and the laudatory verse on Maximilian, bound between leaves CCLXVI and CCLXVII. Lacking the blank leaf following the De Sarmacia regione and the two final blank leaves. Gothic type, sixty-four lines plus headline. Table and parts of the text in double columns. Woodcut title and 1,809 woodcut illustrations, of which 1,164 are repeats, from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerell’s count in Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century (Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1897), pp. 35-36) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including (supposedly) the young Albrecht Dürer, including double-page maps of the world and of Europe. The portrait of Pope Joan ("Johannes Septimus," verso of leaf CLXIX), usually missing, is present and unmutilated. With numerous rubricated initials. One large (fourteen-line) initial supplied in blue and red to first line of folio I. Other large (four-, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-02 16:29:54
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Nuremberg Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister. First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle [SCHEDEL, Hartmann. Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493]. First edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, preceding the German language edition (23 December 1493) by just over five months. Large folio (16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches; 415 x 290 mm.). 324 leaves [1], [19, table], CCLXVI, [5], CCLXVII-CCXCIX, [1, colophon] leaves. This copy contains the three numbered leaves CCLVIIII, CCLX, and CCLXI, blank except for headlines, and the five additional unnumbered leaves containing the description of Poland, De Sarmacia regione, and the laudatory verse on Maximilian, bound between leaves CCLXVI and CCLXVII. Lacking the blank leaf following the De Sarmacia regione and the two final blank leaves. Gothic type, sixty-four lines plus headline. Table and parts of the text in double columns. Woodcut title and 1,809 woodcut illustrations, of which 1,164 are repeats, from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerell’s count in Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century (Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1897), pp. 35-36) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including (supposedly) the young Albrecht Dürer, including double-page maps of the world and of Europe. The portrait of Pope Joan ("Johannes Septimus," verso of leaf CLXIX), usually missing, is present and unmutilated. With numerous rubricated initials. One large (fourteen-line) initial supplied in blue and red to first line of folio I. Other large (four-, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-02 16:29:54
SCHEDEL, Hartmann
Nuremberg Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister. First Edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle [SCHEDEL, Hartmann. Liber chronicarum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger for Sebald Schreyer and Sebastian Kammermeister, 12 July 1493]. First edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle, preceding the German language edition (23 December 1493) by just over five months. Large folio (16 1/4 x 11 1/2 inches; 415 x 290 mm.). 324 leaves [1], [19, table], CCLXVI, [5], CCLXVII-CCXCIX, [1, colophon] leaves. This copy contains the three numbered leaves CCLVIIII, CCLX, and CCLXI, blank except for headlines, and the five additional unnumbered leaves containing the description of Poland, De Sarmacia regione, and the laudatory verse on Maximilian, bound between leaves CCLXVI and CCLXVII. Lacking the blank leaf following the De Sarmacia regione and the two final blank leaves. Gothic type, sixty-four lines plus headline. Table and parts of the text in double columns. Woodcut title and 1,809 woodcut illustrations, of which 1,164 are repeats, from 645 blocks (Sydney Cockerell’s count in Some German Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century (Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1897), pp. 35-36) by Michael Wolgemut, Wilhelm Pleydenwurff, and their workshop, including (supposedly) the young Albrecht Dürer, including double-page maps of the world and of Europe. The portrait of Pope Joan ("Johannes Septimus," verso of leaf CLXIX), usually missing, is present and unmutilated. With numerous rubricated initials. One large (fourteen-line) initial supplied in blue and red to first line of folio I. Other large (four-, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-12-01 00:37:48
SCHEDEL HARTMANN
1493. Woodcut, mm 143x225 (sheet 265x396), colored, german text describing Poland and its history. A good example with usual restorations at center.From "Liber Chronicarum", a milestone of illustrated travel-books and one of the most famous books of the 15th century. The engravings are all by Michael Wohlgemuth, teacher of Albrecht Duerer. his stepson Wilhelm Pleydenwurff and some are attributed to Duerer when he was young.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.
2017-11-22 18:04:16
SCHEDEL HARTMANN.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-11-17 15:15:27
Holzschnitt aus Schedel, "Weltchronik", 1493, 20 x 22,5 cm. Auf der vollen Buchseite der lateinischen Ausgabe. - Auf der Rückseite Porträts verschiedener Könige. Kräftiger Druck.
Bookseller: Franziska Bierl Antiquariat [München, Germany]
2017-11-17 15:15:27
Holzschnitt aus Schedel, "Weltchronik", 1493, 14 x 22,5 cm. Auf der vollen Buchseite der lateinischen Ausgabe. - Rückseitig drei Porträts jüdischer Priester. - Kräftiger Druck.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2017-11-17 15:09:47
- 19 x 51 cm auf dem ganzen Doppelblatt. (057). Bachmann 1302. - Phantasieansicht der Stadt Magdeburg nach Vorlagen von Michael Wohlgemuth und Wilhelm Pleydenwurff. - Vorn und rückseitig mit dem deutschen typographischen Text. - Bugfalte geglättet, ebenda Ausbesserungen. Rechte Unterecke, außerhalb der Darstellung, ergänzt. Ringsum etwas fleckig, die Darstellung selbst, weitestgehend sauber erhalten und kräftig koloriert.
Bookseller: Sächsisches Auktionshaus & Antiquariat
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2017-11-12 18:33:33
Mayronis, Franciscus de:
Venedig, Peregrinus de Pasqualibus, 11. Februar 1493. 2 Spalten mit je 48 Zeilen. Ohne die 10 Bll. am Anfang. 247 (sehr fehlerhaft) numm. Bll. mit Druckermarke, des letztes weiße Blatt fehlt. Blindgeprägter brauner Lederband über Holzdeckel. 22 x 15 cm. Erste Ausgabe. - Hain 10531; BMC V, 392; BSB F-246; Pellechet 4909; Polain (B) 1514; Goff M93. - Franciscus de Mayronis (ca. 1280-1328) war ein bedeutender Schüler des Duns Scotus. An der Sorbonne, wo er den Großteil seines Lebens lehrte, wurde er wegen seiner großen Geschicklichkeit in philosophischen Diskussionen auch Doctor Illuminatus oder Magister Acutus genannt. Er nahm regen Anteil am Universalienstreit und vertrat wie sein Lehrer Duns Scotus einen gemäßigten Realismus. - Mit der schönen Druckermarke des Peregrino Pasquale (Husung 185, Nr. V). - Fehlen die Schließen. Rücken und Ecken sehr unauffällig restauriert, Vorderdeckel mit kl. Kratzspuren. Tls. etwas fleckig. Blatt 25 und 26 mit kl. Brandfleck und kl. Loch. Zum Schluss eine dreizeilige handschriftl. Anmerkung. Bücher la
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2017-11-02 17:23:19
SCHEDEL HARTMANN.
1493. Woodcut in old colour, mm 392x580, good margins. From the latin edition of "Liber Chronicarum", a milestone of illustrated travel-books and one of the most famous books of the 15th century. This map has to be considered as the first modern map of this area; the author is Hieronymus Munzer. It has been engraved by Michael Wohlgemuth, teacher of Albrecht Duerer.Fascinating example beautifully coloured. Generally in good condition, the map bears a skilfull restored hole of c. mm 20x10 on both sides of the leaf, affecting Holland in the left half and Poland (Vistola) in the right. Ginsberg W.B. , 4.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-10-28 13:19:08
SCHEDEL, Hartmann] - MUNZER, Hieronymus.
Nuremberg Sebald Schreyer & Sebastian Kamermeister 1493 - Woodcut with handcut lettering (39.2 x 58 cm); central fold, trimmed at the sides with skilfull manuscript reinstatement. Famous map of Germany, the Low Countries, Switzwerland and all Central Europe drawn by the Nuremberg physician and traveller Hieronymus Munzer (1437-1508), cut by Michael Wohlgemuth and published in Hartmann Schedel's Liber Cronicarum, 1493, the so-called 'Nuremberg Chronicle', the most ambitious illustrated book of the fifteenth century. This is the earliest "modern" map of the region depicted available to the collector. Campbell, Earliest Printed Maps, 220 (fig. 45).
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books
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2017-10-27 21:07:09
Bosso, Matteo:
Bologna, 1493. 72; 112 unapg. leafes, 26,6 x 17,8 cm. Brown calf leather binding from about 1700. 2nd. extended edition "Editio II aucta" by Matthaeus Bossus (1428-1502) with contributions by Filippo Beroaldo (1453-1505). First edition was published 1492 in Florence by Antonio Miscomini + Francesco di Dino. Rom.typ. Print mark at last leaf: Bologna, Franciscus Plato de Benedictis, 20. VII. 1493. Red printed head at begin of text. Red edge. Detailed description of condition: Cover mildly rubbed and bumped corners, joints slightly splitted, title and last leaf with deleted inkmarks, edges waterstainted but only faint, only few old ink marks on edge of text. Front endpapers with old ink marks and engraved ex libris. At all a very good, complete, mostly clean and fresh copy with strongly printed text on good paper. incunable incunables inkunabel inkunabeln frühdrucke early prints 15th century
Bookseller: Wissenschaftl. Antiquariat Th. Haker e.K [Klettgau, Germany]
2017-10-27 19:12:01
Schedel, Hartmann
Koberger, Nurnberg. Original woodcut from the famous 'Nurnberg Chronicle', printed in Nürnberg, in December 1493. Fully hand colored city view. Verso illustrated as well with four smaller hand colored woodcuts of saints. German text edition. This view of Passau is one of the earliest obtainable authentic city views, published only a few years before 1500. This plate was exactly published and printed in December 1493 in Nurnberg at Koberger. In excellent condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
2017-10-22 16:12:30
MAZEDONIEN
Holzschnitt aus Schedel, "Weltchronik", 1493, 19 x 22,5 cm. Auf der vollen Buchseite der lateinischen Ausgabe. - Kräftiger Druck.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat [Eurasburg, Germany]
2017-10-22 16:12:30
- Holzschnitt aus Schedel, "Weltchronik", 1493, 14 x 22,5 cm. Auf der vollen Buchseite der lateinischen Ausgabe. - Über der Ansicht und auf der Rückseite Porträts verschiedener Könige und Päpste.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat
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2017-10-22 16:12:30
Original master print, titled: 'Ulma'. It shows a fantasy bird's eye view of the city of Ulm in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. This is the first view of Ulm published in a book. On the verso (rear) are 5 portraits of popes (Victor II, Stephanus nonus, Benedictus X, Nicolaus II, Alexander II). Portrait of Berengarius, portrait of St. Joannes Gualbertus Monachus and a depiction of a monastery (Ordo Vallis Umbrose). Text and images front and rear as common. Original woodcuts on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: Original antique print originating from Schedel's 'Weltchronik' or 'Nuremberg Chronicle', published in 1493, printed by Anton Koberger, in Nuremberg. The Nuremberg Chronicle is an illustrated biblical paraphrase and world history that follows the story of human history related in the Bible; it includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel, with a version in German, translation by Georg Alt, it appeared in 1493. It is one of the best-documented early printed books�an incunabulum �and one of the first to successfully integrate illustrations and text.Artists and Engravers: Author: Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) was a German physician, humanist, historian. He was also one of the first cartographers to employ the printing press. His most important works are the famous Nuremberg Chronicle (known as the Schedelsche Weltchronik or in English: Schedel's World Chronicle). Woodcutter: Michael Wolgemut (1434-1519) was a German painter/printmaker. He was a teacher of Albrecht Durer. Michael in his turn was trained by his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-22 16:12:30
Antique print, titled: 'Linea imperatorum.' - Leaf from the Weltkronik showing the lineage of emperors from Philippicus and Anastasius past Theodosius tercius to Leo tercius. On the verso three clerical portraits: Egidius abbas, Bonifacius achiepus, S. Colonat, S. Kilian, S. Toman. Woodcut on laid paper. Description: Woodcut originating from Schedel's 'Weltchronik' or 'Nuremberg Chronicle', published in 1493, printed by Anton Koberger, in Nuremberg. The Nuremberg Chronicle is an illustrated biblical paraphrase and world history that follows the story of human history related in the Bible; it includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel, with a version in German, translation by Georg Alt, it appeared in 1493. It is one of the best-documented early printed books and one of the first to successfully integrate illustrations and text. Hartmann Schedel (1440-1514) was a German physician, humanist, historian. He was also one of the first cartographers to employ the printing press. His most important works are the famous Nuremberg Chronicle (known as the Schedelsche Weltchronik or in English: Schedel's World Chronicle).Artists and Engravers: Anonymous. Condition: Good, given age. Ample margins, some browning. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCRC-A22-36 The overall size is ca. 11.4 x 17.3 inch. The image size is ca. 11.4 x 17.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 29 x 44 cm. The image size is ca. 29 x 44 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-16 13:02:28
Schedel, Hartmann
Bookseller: Quist Antiquarian [Netherlands]
2017-10-16 13:02:27
SCHEDEL, H.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
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2017-10-16 13:02:27
Schedel, Hartmann
Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK [Regensburg, Germany]
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