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2020-08-04 20:44:46
Hermes Trismegistus
Wolfgang Hopyl, 1494. Later edition. Hardcover. 4to. Unpaginated, collation is a-d8, e6. 36 leaves of text. Roman Gothic type. Bound in later full vellum boards (ca. 1675). Last leaf has a trimmed fore-edge (half a centimeter), with the three leaves before this being trimmed as well (interrupting the printed marginalia). First published in 1471 in Treviso, this edition was printed a little over twenty years later in Paris. The translator, Marsilio Ficino, was "largely responsible for the revival of Plato and Platonism during the Renaissance" (IEP, "Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499)"). It is debated among scholars just how influenced Ficino was by the Hermetic tradition, but nevertheless Ficino interrupted his translation of Plato's dialogues to translate the Corpus Hermeticum into Latin. Ficino's first notable work was his commentary on Lucretius' De Rerum Natura, the first one that was published since Antiquity. Ficino's complete translation of Plato's extant works into Latin was the first translation of the dialogues into a language other than Greek. Ficino's translation of the Corpus Hermeticum was completed in 1464, but not published until 1471. His translation of Plato's dialogues would be published in 1484. Ficino is also notable for inventing the phrase "Platonic Love" (IEP, "Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499)"). According to Wouter J. Hanegraaff, Professor at the University of Amsterdam, the pressure to publish the Corpus Hermeticum came from a misconception that Hermes Trismegistus lived long before Plato and was thus a source for his philosophy and wisdom. This was perpetuated … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Evening Star Books (eveningstarbooks) [Madison, Wisconsin, United States]
2020-08-02 02:42:50
Nicolaus de Lyra.
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger 19 April, 1494. Nicolaus de Lyra (ca. 1270-1349) was the greatest biblical scholar of the fourteenth century, and one of the greatest biblical scholars of the Middle Ages. He was born in Lyre, near Evreux in Normandy. Around 1300 he entered the Franciscan Convent at Verneuil and was then sent to the Franciscan House in Paris to study at the University. He spent the remainder of his life in Paris, becoming regent master in theology in 1308. He served as Franciscan provincial minister for the Province of Paris from1319-24 and the provincial minister for Burgundy from 1324-1330. His greatest work was his massive commentary on the Bible, the Postilla litteralis in vetus et novum testamentum. Small quarto. ff. [156], including the final blank. Hand-colored initials in red throughout; the first capital on A2 with a small face and marginal flourishes. Contemporary vellum over oak boards, a bit worn. Covers paneled and decorated in blind, each cover with four stamps in diagonal sections in the center section. Author and title in manuscript on spine, only partially readable; old paper label on front cover, no longer readable. Binding with one metal clasp and catch at fore-edge, in working order D1 and T7 with chips at bottom corners, not affecting text. Contemporary ink annotation on A1, nineteenth century bookstamp of Judaica collector Arthur Teller, M.D. A very good, appealing copy. Fourth incunable and first Koberger edition. Also first quarto edition, notable for being small and easier for scholars to take with them. The Repertorium in postillam is not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A. [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-07-29 10:39:07
[BURGASSI, Antonio Cesare and Jacopo MORELLI].
[8], 182, [1], [1 blank] pp.Second, expanded edition of an early chronological survey of the editions published by the Aldine Press (1494-1595). It is one of the very few early bibliographies on the output of a publishing house, the more interesting as it regards the famous Aldine Press of Aldus Manutius and his sons at Venice.Breslauer & Folter mention the present publication in their description of the standard bibliography of the Aldine Press of Renouard: "Although it (Renouard) had eighteenth-century precursors, these were of little value, except perhaps for Antonio Cesare Burgassi's Serie dell'edizioni Aldine (Pisa 1790), especially in its second edition, by Jacopo Morelli (Padua 1790)".A tiny speck on the title-page and on page 1, otherwise in fine condition and wholly untrimmed, with all deckles intact. Wrappers slightly discoloured and the spine label has a tear, but are otherwise good.l Ahmanson-Murphy, The Aldine press 1185A; Besterman, Early printed books 1644; Breslauer & Folter, Bibliography: its history and development (1984) 115.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 11:22:05
BRANT, Sebastiaen.
[2], "234" [= 236], [10] pp.Rare first edition of Jan II van Ghelen's Dutch translation of Sebastian Brant's famous Ship of fools, a telling satire on the foolishness of men. The book really is a picture book, each act of folly depicted in a large woodcut in which the fool with cap and bells plays the main role, the text explaining the woodcut and its moral. It first appeared in German in 1494, in Latin in 1497, and went through hundreds of editions in many languages, as well as spin-offs of various kinds, including a song by The Grateful Dead in 1974. A Dutch translation appeared in Paris in 1500 and a few more in the following decades, including one at Antwerp in 1548, but the present edition was far more influential and was long even cited as the first.Sebastian Brandt (1457-1521) is famous largely for this verse satire, in which more than a hundred fools set sail in search of a fool's paradise. Each humourously satirizes one particular vice or folly of Brant's day, sparing neither clergy nor scholars, and each fool meets his death in an appropriate manner. Columbus's discovery of America, made only 2 years before the first edition, earns a brief mention. Brant satirizes men and women in all walks of life and engaged in various activities, so the woodcuts add not only humour and beauty, but also a view of historical clothing, implements and customs.Lower outside corner of title-page restored and a few leaves slightly browned, but still in very good condition. The binding is worn and restored. Rare and well-illustrated first edition of the leading Dutch translation of a c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 05:43:47
PIRCKHEIMER, Willibald.
[69], [3 blank] pp.Rare second(?) edition (published in the same year as the first) of a Latin treatise on the geography of "Germany", interpreted very broadly to include the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland and some regions in eastern Europe, where "Germans" lived or had lived. The last three pages discuss recent Spanish discoveries in America (suggesting some may have been discovered by the Carthaginians but kept secret), including the island Hispaniola (noting the observation of an eclipse there in 1494, in fact by Columbus) off the continent that Pickheimer says the Spanish call "Sanctae Marthae". He also mentions Mexico, Temistitan (Mexico City) and not far from them the island[!] Yucatan and other newly discovered islands ("à qua etiam non longe remota est insula Iucatan cum aliis nuper repertus").The title-page is tattered and restored, very slightly affecting the right edge of the border, but otherwise in good condition and nearly untrimmed, preserving most point holes and some deckles. An important early geographic treatise as well as an early Americanum.l Alden & Landis 530/33 (4 copies); USTC 659536 (5 copies); VD16, P2904 (same 5 copies); Sabin 63017; for Pirckheimer: Contemporaries of Erasmus III, pp. 90-94.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-22 07:05:52
Nicolaus de Lyra
Anton Koberger, 1494. Early printing. Vellum. 4to. ff.(156) with the final blank. Double column, gothic type. Rubricated, the first capital on A2 with a small face and marginal flourishes. Very clean copy in original vellum covers covering oak boards, worn. Ornately blind tooled with 4 stamps (each cover has a different tool) in diagonal sections in the center portion. Old paper label on front cover, no longer readable. Binding with one fore-edge clasp and catch in the center of the fore-edge, present and working. With the 19th century bookstamp of Judaica collector Arthur Teller, M.D. Very good. The "Postillae" of Nicolas de Lyra (d. 1349) was the most consulted manual of Biblical criticism until the 16th century. It is a catalog of his critical interpretations and notes to help explain Biblical texts, of both Old and New Testaments. The REPERTORIUM IN POSTILLAM, of which there are four 15th century printings, 1484, two in 1492, and our Koberger printing in 1494, is not an edition of the POSTILLAE, but rather a subject index to the POSTILLAE, organized in dictionary (A to Z) form. It is a handy reference volume to the study of POSTILLAE. Hain 10399; BMC II, 438; Goff N150; ISTC in00150000 (recording 7 copies in the United States).
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-21 01:38:50
Nicolaus de Lyra
Nuremburg: Anton Koberger, 1494. Early printing. Vellum. Very good. 4to. ff.(156) with the final blank. Double column, gothic type. Rubricated, the first capital on A2 with a small face and marginal flourishes. Very clean copy in original vellum covers covering oak boards, worn. Ornately blind tooled with 4 stamps (each cover has a different tool) in diagonal sections in the center portion. Old paper label on front cover, no longer readable. Binding with one fore-edge clasp and catch in the center of the fore-edge, present and working. With the 19th century bookstamp of Judaica collector Arthur Teller, M.D. The "Postillae" of Nicolas de Lyra (d. 1349) was the most consulted manual of Biblical criticism until the 16th century. It is a catalog of his critical interpretations and notes to help explain Biblical texts, of both Old and New Testaments. The REPERTORIUM IN POSTILLAM, of which there are four 15th century printings, 1484, two in 1492, and our Koberger printing in 1494, is not an edition of the POSTILLAE, but rather a subject index to the POSTILLAE, organized in dictionary (A to Z) form. It is a handy reference volume to the study of POSTILLAE. Hain 10399; BMC II, 438; Goff N150; ISTC in00150000 (recording 7 copies in the United States).
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-06-25 20:59:06
GRAPALDUS, Franciscus Marius.
[Parma:] Angelus Ugoletus, [1494]. Quarto (200 x 144 mm). Contemporary blind-stamped calf backing beech boards, clasps and catches (clasps gone), early spine label lettered by hand. Housed in a black quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Contemporary marginalia in a clear humanist hand, ink now somewhat faded. Some skilful repair to spine ends, headbands renewed, lower corners of beech boards renewed, some skilful paper repair to lower margins of first and last few leaves, not affecting text, light staining in lower margin, twin wormhole through last few leaves neatly closed, still a very good copy in its first binding. First edition of this famous treatise on how the perfect house should be built, furnished and run. Organised as a thematic dictionary, it contains separate sections devoted to different parts of the house, including the kitchen, library, aviary, stable, and nursery, and moves on to more general discussion, elucidating terms relating to construction, gardening, and the domestic arts. Chapter 9 of Book II Bibliotheca includes a well-known description of the process of paper-making. Grapaldus's book was called a lexicon in later editions, and its organisation is an early example of the encyclopaedic tendency of many dictionaries in the Renaissance. As Jonathon Green points out, Grapaldus's discussion of the term apotheca, for example, moves from a discussion of wine shops to wine cellars to different types of wines and ultimately to the vessels that contain them (Chasing the Sun: Dictionary Makers and the Dictionary They Made, NY, Henry Holt, 199 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2020-06-22 16:57:07
Germany (Freiburg im Breisgau?), dated 1494. BOOK DESCRIPTION: VERY SMALL ILLUMINATED BREVIARY WITH EVIDENCE OF FEMALE OWNERSHIP OVER FIVE CENTURIES. In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment, Germany (Freiburg im Breisgau?), dated 1494. Dimensions 89 x 62 mm, 300 folios, complete, written in brown and red inks in a gothic textualis bookhand in a single column on 18 lines, thirteen 6- to 7-line initials in burnished gold on painted grounds with acanthus leaves in red, green and yellow in the margins, text frequently decorated with leaf motifs, line-drawn lamb in bas-de-page on f. 152v. BINDING: EARLY PINK VELVET over pasteboards, sixteenth century(?), working brass clasp and catch. TEXT: Breviaries contain the Psalms, lessons and prayers for the Divine Office, celebrated by the clergy and members of the religious orders throughout the day and night. This tiny Breviary links us directly to the daily life and religion of the nuns. PROVENANCE: Written and illuminated for a Dominican in 1494 in Germany, very likely for a Dominican nun from a well-born family at the convent of St. Maria Magdalena in Freiburg im Breisgau; dated by the scribe at the end of the text on f. 297v, "Anno domini 1494." Early changes to the liturgy, perhaps in the sixteenth century, are noted in the margins. The Prioress of St. Maria Magdalena, Maria Catharina Constia(?) added a lengthy note in German on f. 21, recording her gifting of the book in 1705; nineteenth-century printed image of St. Catherine of Siena was pasted on f. 299, suggesting that the manuscript remained in Dominican ownership until … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures [United States]
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2020-06-12 03:34:22
Germany (Freiburg im Breisgau?), dated 1494. BOOK DESCRIPTION: VERY SMALL ILLUMINATED BREVIARY WITH EVIDENCE OF FEMALE OWNERSHIP OVER FIVE CENTURIES. In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment, Germany (Freiburg im Breisgau?), dated 1494. Dimensions 89 x 62 mm, 300 folios, complete, written in brown and red inks in a gothic textualis bookhand in a single column on 18 lines, thirteen 6- to 7-line initials in burnished gold on painted grounds with acanthus leaves in red, green and yellow in the margins, text frequently decorated with leaf motifs, line-drawn lamb in bas-de-page on f. 152v. BINDING: EARLY PINK VELVET over pasteboards, sixteenth century(?), working brass clasp and catch. TEXT: Breviaries contain the Psalms, lessons and prayers for the Divine Office, celebrated by the clergy and members of the religious orders throughout the day and night. This tiny Breviary links us directly to the daily life and religion of the nuns. PROVENANCE: Written and illuminated for a Dominican in 1494 in Germany, very likely for a Dominican nun from a well-born family at the convent of St. Maria Magdalena in Freiburg im Breisgau; dated by the scribe at the end of the text on f. 297v, "Anno domini 1494." Early changes to the liturgy, perhaps in the sixteenth century, are noted in the margins. The Prioress of St. Maria Magdalena, Maria Catharina Constia(?) added a lengthy note in German on f. 21, recording her gifting of the book in 1705; nineteenth-century printed image of St. Catherine of Siena was pasted on f. 299, suggesting that the manuscript remained in Dominican ownership until … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2020-06-12 03:34:22
Persius; Johannes Britannicus; Pliny the Younger
Italy (Cortona, Tuscany), after 1481 (likely after 1486 and before 1494). BOOK DESCRIPTION: RENAISSANCE TEXTBOOK WRITTEN BY A STUDENT IN LATIN ON PAPER. In Latin, manuscript on paper, Italy (Cortona, Tuscany), after 1481 (likely after 1486 and before 1494). Dimensions 220 x 145 mm., 20 folios, missing two leaves, outer parchment flyleaves a folded fourteenth-century document originally functioning as an informal binding, ruled faintly, written in 17-19 long lines by a single scribe in Humanist semi-cursive script, virtually all marginal and interlinear space filled with unruled notes in tiny Humanist cursive by same scribe, slightly larger initials at beginning of each line, decorated occasionally. BINDING: slightly later (sixteenth century?) envelope-style limp parchment binding comprised of a single blank parchment sheet with all edges folded inwards and a curved-edge flap. TEXT: This textbook uniquely documents the practice of education in the Renaissance. Written by a student, it contains a rare copy of the Satires of Persius with lecture notes packing the margins and filling spaces between lines. Some of these notes repeat commentaries of Johannes Britannicus (published 1481-1486), showing how contemporary works informed university teaching. Others are clearly the individual reflections of the student. PROVENANCE: Details of the text and the watermark suggest a date after 1481, and likely after 1486, for this owner-produced manuscript copied by an Italian student who filled most of the blank spaces on every folio with an extensive gloss. The document serving as its cov … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2020-06-11 05:33:59
France, Paris, c. 1490-1493 (before 1494). BOOK DESCRIPTION: THE "PETITES HEURES" CHARLES VIII OF FRANCE; TINY BOOK OF HOURS FOR THE PERSONAL USE OF A KING. In Latin, illuminated manuscript on parchment, France, Paris, c. 1490-1493 (before 1494). Dimensions 73 x 49 mm., 206 folios, complete, written in dark brown ink in a cursive gothic bookhand on 14 lines, burnished gold initials throughout, 5 large initials with scrolls extending into the margins, ONE HERALDIC MINIATURE, 10 SMALL MINIATURES, 12 FULL-PAGE MINIATURES. BINDING: refined 18th-century(?) paneled gold-tooled brown morocco, 19th-century clasps and catches. ILLUSTRATION: Illuminated by the Master of the Chronique scandaleuse, a masterful artist who often received prestigious commissions from King Charles VIII and other members of the royal family. The successful illuminations in this very tiny manuscript demonstrates the Master of the Chronique scandaleuse's utmost mastery of color at a microscopic scale. Characteristic of his palette is a preference for strong vibrant colors, as well as the abundant use of liquid gold for the depiction of drapery and scenic elements. PROVENANCE: Written and illuminated in Paris before 1494 for Charles VIII, King of France (r. 1483-1498). Unquestionable evidence of the personal use of the present manuscript by Charles VIII is provided by the ex-libris and motto "plus. quautre." followed by his name "charles. viiie." (f. 41v). The present manuscript included, only five manuscript Books of Hours are known to have been made for the personal use of King Charles VIII; Paris, Librairie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures (ABAA & ILAB) [Chicago, IL, U.S.A.]
2020-06-02 23:24:58
Lyra, Nicholas of
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1494. 3rd. Hardcover. g to vg. Quarto (9 1/2 x 6 3/4"). 155 leaves from 156 (missing front free endpaper), and including the final blank. A-T8, V4 (V4 blank). Contemporary pigskin over wooden boards with blind-stamped decor and ruling on covers, with handwritten lettering on spine; three raised bands and decorative brass clasp. Decorative initials in red. Printed in two columns with 45 lines to a full column, plus header. Colophon at rear. Third and last incunable edition. Goff N-150; HC 10399; BMC ii 438. Lyra was a doctor at the Sorbonne and was appointed the head of the Franciscan order in France by 1319. His Repertorium is one of the most influential scholarly renderings of biblical exegesis. "The Postilla's astounding popularity is often attributed to its thorough treatment of a fundamental issue in Christian thought: how to validate the authority and utility of Jewish exegetical traditions while asserting the truth of Christianity. Lyra compared Jewish and Christian biblical commentaries more comprehensively than any other previous Christian commentator and was the only scholar who designed diagrams to augment these comparisons." (Sarah Emily Bromberg, The Context and Reception History of the Illuminations..., 2012). Luther used Lyra's work in his own "Lectures on Genesis" and contrary to Lyra, he defamed the Jews in his "On the Jews and Their Lies," with Lyra's "Pulcherrimae quaestiones Iudaicam perfidiam in catholicam fide improbantes" being one of the sources for Luther's work. See also: Repertorium in postillam Nicolai de Lyra super … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-06-02 09:40:36
Plinius Secundus, Strabo
Venetiis: a Philipo pincio Mantuano, 1494. Plinius Secundus; Strabo: C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Natv. Lib XXXVII. Olim ab Alexandro Benedicto Castigati. Nvnc Autem ex collatione multorum exemplariorum diligentius RecognitiBeigebunden Strabo De Situ Orbis, Libri XVII, Datu Venetiis qnto Maias, Mccccxciiii (1494) Autor/en: Plinius Secundus; Strabo Titel: C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Natv. Lib XXXVII. Olim ab Alexandro Benedicto Castigati. Nvnc Autem ex collatione multorum exemplariorum diligentius RecognitiBeigebunden Strabo De Situ Orbis, Libri XVII, Datu Venetiis qnto Maias, Mccccxciiii (1494) Bände: Plinius: Alle 37 Bücher. Strabo: Alle 17 Bücher Verlag: a Philipo pincio Mantuano Ort: Venetiis Jahr: 1494, 1516 Einband: Orig. Schweinsledereinband mit 1 intakter Schließe. Zustand: Vord Gelenk gebrochen. Guter Zustand. Format: 33x23 cm Bilder/Abb.: Strabo mit Titelholzschnitt. Bemerkung: Plinius: Viele Marginalien von alter Hand Suchbegriffe: Alexandro, Angebot, Autem, Beigebunden, Benedicto, Castigati, Datu, Hand, Historiae, Lib, Libri, Maias, Mantuano, Marginalien, Mccccxciiii, Natv, Nvnc, Olim, Orbis, Philipo, Plinii, Plinius, Rarissima, Recogniti, Secundi, Secundus, Situ, Strabo, Venetiis, Viele, XVII, XXXVII, KK00213158, INTKK00213158, 2020-03, RR 900030 dewabit.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm (antiquariat_buecherwurm_kiel) [Knooper Weg 144, Kiel, Germany]
2020-05-16 07:57:21
MAFFEUS, Celsus. c. 1415-1508
Bologna: Franciscus (Plato) de Benedictis, 1494. Vellum (lightly soiled). First Edition. Addressing the Venetian Senate, the first and longest essay argues for strict limits on the secular state's claim to real and moveable church property. The author cites ancient and medieval custom, legal precedent and Scripture.  THE SECOND ESSAY EXAMINES INTEREST BEARING LOANS BY JEWS under civil and canon law. Neither of the two reprints (1503, 1525) is held by a U.S. library. In excellent condition, scattered elegant early reader's marks, purchase note of Georges Petit (1878-1956) dated December 1932. ¶Schulte, Die Geschichte der Quellen und Literatur des canonischen Rechts II: 368,180,3; ISTC im00015000; Goff M-15.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-02 09:26:56
Plinius Secundus, Strabo
Venetiis: a Philipo pincio Mantuano, 1494. Plinius Secundus; Strabo: C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Natv. Lib XXXVII. Olim ab Alexandro Benedicto Castigati. Nvnc Autem ex collatione multorum exemplariorum diligentius RecognitiBeigebunden Strabo De Situ Orbis, Libri XVII, Datu Venetiis qnto Maias, Mccccxciiii (1494) Autor/en: Plinius Secundus; Strabo Titel: C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Natv. Lib XXXVII. Olim ab Alexandro Benedicto Castigati. Nvnc Autem ex collatione multorum exemplariorum diligentius RecognitiBeigebunden Strabo De Situ Orbis, Libri XVII, Datu Venetiis qnto Maias, Mccccxciiii (1494) Bände: Plinius: Alle 37 Bücher. Strabo: Alle 17 Bücher Verlag: a Philipo pincio Mantuano Ort: Venetiis Jahr: 1494, 1516 Einband: Orig. Schweinsledereinband mit 1 intakter Schließe. Zustand: Vord Gelenk gebrochen. Guter Zustand. Format: 33x23 cm Bilder/Abb.: Strabo mit Titelholzschnitt. Bemerkung: Plinius: Viele Marginalien von alter Hand Suchbegriffe: Alexandro, Angebot, Autem, Beigebunden, Benedicto, Castigati, Datu, Hand, Historiae, Lib, Libri, Maias, Mantuano, Marginalien, Mccccxciiii, Natv, Nvnc, Olim, Orbis, Philipo, Plinii, Plinius, Rarissima, Recogniti, Secundi, Secundus, Situ, Strabo, Venetiis, Viele, XVII, XXXVII, KK00213158, INTKK00213158, 2020-03, RR 900030 dewabit.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm (antiquariat_buecherwurm_kiel) [Knooper Weg 144, Kiel, Germany]
2020-04-04 00:21:49
Plinius Secundus, Strabo
Venetiis: a Philipo pincio Mantuano, 1494. Plinius Secundus; Strabo: C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Natv. Lib XXXVII. Olim ab Alexandro Benedicto Castigati. Nvnc Autem ex collatione multorum exemplariorum diligentius RecognitiBeigebunden Strabo De Situ Orbis, Libri XVII, Datu Venetiis qnto Maias, Mccccxciiii (1494) Autor/en: Plinius Secundus; Strabo Titel: C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Natv. Lib XXXVII. Olim ab Alexandro Benedicto Castigati. Nvnc Autem ex collatione multorum exemplariorum diligentius RecognitiBeigebunden Strabo De Situ Orbis, Libri XVII, Datu Venetiis qnto Maias, Mccccxciiii (1494) Bände: Plinius: Alle 37 Bücher. Strabo: Alle 17 Bücher Verlag: a Philipo pincio Mantuano Ort: Venetiis Jahr: 1494, 1516 Einband: Orig. Schweinsledereinband mit 1 intakter Schließe. Zustand: Vord Gelenk gebrochen. Guter Zustand. Format: 33x23 cm Bilder/Abb.: Strabo mit Titelholzschnitt. Bemerkung: Plinius: Viele Marginalien von alter Hand Suchbegriffe: Alexandro, Angebot, Autem, Beigebunden, Benedicto, Castigati, Datu, Hand, Historiae, Lib, Libri, Maias, Mantuano, Marginalien, Mccccxciiii, Natv, Nvnc, Olim, Orbis, Philipo, Plinii, Plinius, Rarissima, Recogniti, Secundi, Secundus, Situ, Strabo, Venetiis, Viele, XVII, XXXVII, KK00213158, INTKK00213158, 2020-03, RR 900030 dewabit.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bücherwurm (antiquariat_buecherwurm_kiel) [Knooper Weg 144, Kiel, DE]
2020-03-24 17:48:47
Strabo, Straboni, Strabonis
Venice: Joannis Vercellesis, 1494. My condition description is longer than the characters ebay allows in this text entry box. Please see my overall description of the book for a detailed breakdown of the condition. Incunable 1494 edition of Strabo's ancient Geographica (circa 23 A.D.). This copy is missing the leaves up to xiii, but after that is complete (xiii to cl). Likely the 5th printed edition of this important work, this edition is dated "xxviii, Januarii", as the printer seems to have re-released the work in April (per OCLC 504875026, April edition added a title page) and May. The endpapers have an 18th century bibliography of works relating to Strabo, indicating when the book was bound. The binder bound in sixteen blank leaves, before page "xiii", likely to give someone space to write the first twelve leaves in manuscript; they remain blank. Page xiii, in this edition, is in the first book (of seventeen), about midway through; the mention of Aethiopiae classically relates to section 6 (of 23) in the first book. See wiki breakdown of sections for Geographica entry. About the Work - "Geography, is an encyclopedia of geographical knowledge, consisting of 17 'books', written in Greek by Strabo, an educated citizen of the Roman Empire of Greek descent. Strabo means ancient physical geography and by chorography, political geography. The two are combined in this work, which makes a 'circuit of the earth' detailing the physical and political features. Geographica provides a valuable source of information on the ancient world, especially when this information is corroborat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareTome (isaiah1000) [Newberg, Oregon, United States]
2020-02-21 06:02:04
PARMA
1494. Esemplare con numerose annotazioni a penna di mano coeva, peraltro molto ben conservato. PARMA. Statuta Magnifice Civitatis Parme diligenter emendata: multis superfluis abrasis: obscuri declaratis: necessariisque additis: pubblicata fuerunt Anno Domini 1494. Die 12 Iunii... (Colophon:) Impressa Angeli Ugoleti civis parmensis Hilarii Ugoleti filii diligenti cura & opera solerti... anno ...1494 xvi Kal. Octob. In-folio, pergamena coeva (dorso a 3 nervi rifatto). (18), CCXXVI ff. Insegna tipografica in fine. Car. romano, tipo 111 R, 40 linee. Esemplare con numerose annotazioni a penna di mano coeva e timbro di antico prioprietario all' inizio ed in fine, peraltro molto ben conservato. Rarissimo ed importante incunabolo parmense. H.-C., 15016. I.G.I., 7231. Proctor, 6872. B.M.C., VII, 946. Goff, S-721. Manzoni, Bibl. statutaria, I, pp. 350-51: Raro. Fontana, Statuti, II, p. 341. Bibl. del Senato, Statuti, V, pp. 220-21.
Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2020-02-19 20:51:04
Augustinus, Aurelius:
Freiburg i.Br., Kilian Fischer, 1494. Folio. Got. Type. 2 Spalten (Text von Kommentar umgeben) mit 54 bzw. 63 Zeilen. 256 Bll. (und) Got. Type. 2 Spalten mit je 54 Zeilen. 80 unn. Bll. Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit zwei Schließen (bestoßen und etwas fleckig, mit Wurmspuren, 1 Schließe etwas defekt). Ad I: Hauptwerk des Kirchenvaters Augustinus. Die erste bei Kilian Fischer gedruckte Ausgabe von De civitate dei und der erste datierte Freiburger Druck überhaupt. - GW 2890 - Hain/Copinger 2068 - BMC III, 695 (IB.14206) - Goff A 1246 - Proctor 3214. - Geldner I, 280f . - Augustin schrieb De civitate Dei, um von der heidnischen Partei nach der Einnahme Roms durch die Westgoten (410) erneuerten Vorwurf zu entkräften, das Christentum trage - wegen der Verdrängung der alten Götter - die Schuld am Verfall des römischen Staates . Mit De civitate Dei gelangt die Apologetik des christlichen Altertums zu ihrem Abschluß. Das Werk als rein apologetisch einzustufen, verbietet freilich die besonders im zweiten Teil hervortretende umfassende Interpretation der Geschichte als Heils- oder Unheilsgeschichte. Diese Deutung, die das Geschichtsbild des ganzen Mittelalters prägte u. bis in die Neuzeit hinein immer wieder die Geschichts-spekulation beeinflusste, hebt De civitate Dei weit über das situationsbedingte, apologetische Motiv der Abfassung hinaus . Die großen Symbole dieses Werkes haben das Denken und die Phantasie von Jahrhunderts stark beeinflußt. Es enthält die erste konsequent durchgeführte Geschichtsphilosophie: eine Philosophie der Weltgeschichte vom Standpunkt der Offenbaru … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett [Berlin, Germany]
2020-02-19 08:30:24
Facsimile. New reproduction. The Salzburg Missal Year: 1494 Language: Latin Original manuscripts description: The five volumes of the monumental feast missal of the Salzburg basilica, now in the Bavarian State Library, is among the most lavishly ornate, and probably the most costly, medieval missals in the world. Commissioned by the Salzburg Prince-Archbishop Bernhard of Rohr (1418-87, reigned 1466-82), an art lover and bibliophile, the manuscript was completed by 1494 under the rule of his successors. It contains 22 liturgical texts for the most important religious feasts to be celebrated in the Salzburg basilica. In the late 1450s, the Salzburg painter Ulrich Schreier began work on the magnificent miniatures, but soon after he had started Berthold Furtmeyr (circa 1435/40-circa 1501) was commissioned to continue. Furtmeyr decorated the volumes with splendid miniatures, and the missal is considered his mature artistic masterpiece. The extent of the work and the division of its 680 leaves into five volumes testify to the extraordinary demands of the commission. Written in large textura script, each volume is 38 centimeters tall and 28 centimeters wide, convenient to handle and at the same time impressive. Each volume contains liturgical texts and brightly colored illuminations. The first volume includes the three holy masses: the birth of Christ on December 25th, the Feast of the Circumcision of Christ on January 1st, and the feast of Epiphany on January 6th. The second volume contains liturgies for the Purification of the Virgin, the Annunciation, the Deposition of Saint Ru … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblio87 [Stafford, Virginia, US]
2020-02-06 15:05:09
Ferrerius, Vincentius
Straßburg, [Drucker des Jordanus von Quedlinburg, Georg Husner], 1493, 1494. Fol. Tlw. rubriziert u. mit in Rot eingemalten Initialen. 210 (Bll. 200, 201 u. das letzte weiß); 256 (das letzte weiß); 136 (das letzte weiß) nn. Bll. (Got. Typ., 2 Kol., 52 Zeilen), Späterer Pgmt.-Bd. (um 1700; Rücken alt m. weißem Ldr. überzogen) auf vier Bünden m. 2 goldgepr. Rückenschildern. Vollständig mit allen drei Bänden (?Sermones de tempore. Pars hiemalis? [1493], ?Sermones de tempore. Pars aestivalis? [20. Dezember 1493] u. ?Sermones de sanctis? [31. Jänner 1494]) u. allen weißen Blättern. - Schöner zweispaltiger Druck aus der Offizin des Georg Husner in Straßburg. - Die Predigten des Vincent Ferrer (um 1357-1419) sind vor allem durch ihre antisemitischen Ausfälle berühmt geworden. Ferrer gilt als einer der beliebtesten Buß- und Wanderprediger des 15. Jahrhunderts, seine Bestrebungen richteten sich vor allem auf die Bekehrung der Juden. Seine Züge führten ihn seit 1397 durch Spanien, Frankreich, Italien, Großbritannien und Irland. Er erlangte die Unterstützung des Gegenpapstes Benedikt XIII. und des Apostaten Jesus Lorqui, welche drei ?den verhängnisvollen Knoten zum tränenreichen Trauerspiel der spanischen Juden geschürzt? haben (Graetz, Gesch. d. Juden VIII, S. 105ff.). Die Gläubigen wurden sogar gegen bereits bekehrte Juden aufgehetzt, es kam zu Progromen und Massakern. - Einband etw. berieben, bestoßen bzw. fleckig sowie m. vereinzelten kl. Läsuren. Ohne Vorsatzblätter. Innendeckel m. mont. altem Katalogausschnitt. Titel unten m. kl. Randausriß u. altem Besitzvermerk (?Sum ex Libris … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Grazer Buch- und Kunstantiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2020-02-01 09:44:09
Hermes Trismegistus
Paris: Wolfgang Hopyl, 1494. Later edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to. Unpaginated, collation is a-d8, e6. 36 leaves of text. Roman Gothic type. Later vellum boards (ca. 1675). Last few leaves are trimmed (interrupting the printed marginalia). First published in 1471 in Treviso, this edition was printed a little over twenty years later in Paris. The translator, Marsilio Ficino, was "largely responsible for the revival of Plato and Platonism during the Renaissance" (IEP, "Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499)"). It is debated among scholars just how influenced Ficino was by the Hermetic tradition, but nevertheless Ficino interrupted his translation of Plato's dialogues to translate the Corpus Hermeticum into Latin. Ficino's first notable work was his commentary on Lucretius' De Rerum Natura, the first one that was published since Antiquity. Ficino's complete translation of Plato's extant works into Latin was the first translation of the dialogues into a language other than Greek. Ficino's translation of the Corpus Hermeticum was completed in 1464, but not published until 1471. His translation of Plato's dialogues would be published in 1484. Ficino is also notable for inventing the phrase "Platonic Love" (IEP, "Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499)"). According to Wouter J. Hanegraaff, Professor at the University of Amsterdam, the pressure to publish the Corpus Hermeticum came from a misconception that Hermes Trismegistus lived long before Plato and was thus a source for his philosophy and wisdom. This was perpetuated by Byzantine philosopher George Gemistos (also known as Plethon), who passed … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-29 12:23:03
Stella clericorom].
[Köln, Heinrich Quentell, nach dem 16. Mai 1494; um 1500]. 4°. Mit einem kolor. Titelholzschnitt. 12 nn. Bll. (Got. Typ., rubriziert), Ldr.-Bd. d. 20. Jhds. m. blindgepr. Deckelbordüren u. goldgepr. Rückentitel. Beliebtes, seit 1480 mehrfach aufgelegtes pastorales und liturgisches Handbuch für Priester, jedoch von allen Drucken nur wenige Exemplare erhalten. - Der große kolorierte Titelholzschnitt zeigt eine Darstellung mit Christus am Kreuz. Am letzten Blatt ein Gedicht „In libelli laude[m]“, deren Anfangsbuchstaben das Akrostichon „Anthoine Caillaut“ ergeben. A. Caillaut ist der Herausgeber eines früheren Druckes. - Einband leicht berieben. Innendeckel u. Vorsatzblatt m. späteren Exlibris‘. Titel m. zeitgen. Eintrag bzw. Besitzvermerk; das Kolorit tlw. leicht verwischt. Einige zeitgen. Marginalien. Die breiten Ränder m. wenigen kl. Randläsuren. Etw. gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - GW M 43905; Hain 15074; Goff S 777; Schramm VIII, 494; BSB-Ink S-585; Proctor 1435; ISTC is00777000. Versand D: 12,80 EUR Alte Drucke bis 1600, Theologie, Philosophie, Stella clericorum, Köln, Inkunabel, Inkunabeln, Incunabula
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2020-01-29 12:23:03
Prosper Aquitanus.
Mainz, Peter von Friedberg, 1494. Mainzer Inkunabel-Ausgabe dieser im 5. Jahrhundert entstandenen gnomischen Epigramme zum Augustinus. - Einband (bes. Kanten u. Rücken) berieben u. mit zwei Nummernschildchen am Rücken. Exlibris (Friedrich Otto Kleemann) u. Katalogausschnitt a. Innendeckel. Vereinzelte zeitgen. Marginalien im breiten Rand. Min. gebräunt. - GW M35760; Hain/C. 13422; BMC I, 47; Proctor 177; Zehnacker 1939; Goff P 1021; BMC I, 47; BSB-Ink P 808; ISTC ip01021000. ge Gewicht in Gramm: 500 4°. 24 nn. Bll. (rubriziert u. mit rot eingemalten Lombarden), HLdr. d. 19. Jhds. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2020-01-28 01:52:36
Hermes Trismegistus
Paris: Wolfgang Hopyl, 1494. Later edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to. Unpaginated, collation is a-d8, e6. 36 leaves of text. Roman Gothic type. Bound in later full vellum boards (ca. 1675). Last leaf has a trimmed fore-edge (half a centimeter), with the three leaves before this being trimmed as well (interrupting the printed marginalia). First published in 1471 in Treviso, this edition was printed a little over twenty years later in Paris. The translator, Marsilio Ficino, was "largely responsible for the revival of Plato and Platonism during the Renaissance" (IEP, "Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499)"). It is debated among scholars just how influenced Ficino was by the Hermetic tradition, but nevertheless Ficino interrupted his translation of Plato's dialogues to translate the Corpus Hermeticum into Latin. Ficino's first notable work was his commentary on Lucretius' De Rerum Natura, the first one that was published since Antiquity. Ficino's complete translation of Plato's extant works into Latin was the first translation of the dialogues into a language other than Greek. Ficino's translation of the Corpus Hermeticum was completed in 1464, but not published until 1471. His translation of Plato's dialogues would be published in 1484. Ficino is also notable for inventing the phrase "Platonic Love" (IEP, "Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499)"). According to Wouter J. Hanegraaff, Professor at the University of Amsterdam, the pressure to publish the Corpus Hermeticum came from a misconception that Hermes Trismegistus lived long before Plato and was thus a source for his philosophy and wisdom. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Evening Star Books, ABAA/ILAB [Madison, WI, U.S.A.]
2020-01-27 10:20:38
Ferrerius, Vincentius.
Straßburg, [Drucker des Jordanus von Quedlinburg; Georg Husner], 1493-1494. Vollständig mit allen drei Bänden („Sermones de tempore. Pars hiemalis" [1493], „Sermones de tempore. Pars aestivalis" [20. Dezember 1493] u. „Sermones de sanctis" [31. Jänner 1494]) u. allen weißen Blättern. - Schöner zweispaltiger Druck aus der Offizin des Georg Husner in Straßburg. - Die Predigten des Vincent Ferrer (um 1357-1419) sind vor allem durch ihre antisemitischen Ausfälle berühmt geworden. Ferrer gilt als einer der beliebtesten Buß- und Wanderprediger des 15. Jahrhunderts, seine Bestrebungen richteten sich vor allem auf die Bekehrung der Juden. Seine Züge führten ihn seit 1397 durch Spanien, Frankreich, Italien, Großbritannien und Irland. Er erlangte die Unterstützung des Gegenpapstes Benedikt XIII. und des Apostaten Jesus Lorqui, welche drei „den verhängnisvollen Knoten zum tränenreichen Trauerspiel der spanischen Juden geschürzt" haben (Graetz, Gesch. d. Juden VIII, S. 105ff.). Die Gläubigen wurden sogar gegen bereits bekehrte Juden aufgehetzt, es kam zu Progromen und Massakern. - Einband etw. berieben, bestoßen bzw. fleckig sowie m. vereinzelten kl. Läsuren. Ohne Vorsatzblätter. Innendeckel m. mont. altem Katalogausschnitt. Titel unten m. kl. Randausriß u. altem Besitzvermerk („Sum ex Libris G. Petri"). Vereinzelte alte Marginalien. Etw. gebräunt, u. (stock-)fleckig. - GW 9841; Hain 7009; Goff F136; BMC I 143.IB 2065; BSB-Ink F-90; ISTC if00136000; vgl. Jüd. Lex. II, S. 626; Kayserling, Gesch. d. Juden in Portugal S. 40ff.; Dubnow V, S. 350ff. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 Fol. Tlw. rubri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2020-01-19 15:40:45
1494. Condition: Buone condizioni. VEDI NOSTRA SCHEDA. (Incunaboli); Expletu est Opus istud Moralius Beati Gregorii Pape diligentissime corectus remendatum per. d. Bartholo meum Cremon. Canonicus Regularem impressus Venetiis p Reynaldum De Nouimagio Teoteunicus anno domini millesimo quadringetesimo octuagesimo quarto decimo iunii. prefidete Venetiis inclyto duce Ioanne Mozenigo. Venezia; 1494; Ioanne Mozenigo; in 4° (33.5 x 23 cm); 347 carte + 1 carta bianca (le carte b4 e c1 sono 2 carte bianche); cucito, ma privo di legatura, con 3 nervetti parzialmente guasti; prima carta lato bianco macchiato dalla polvere, lato scritto con macchie e un restauro alla parte superiore; leggere macchie d'acqua all'angolo superiore delle prime 9 carte; piccolo tarlo al margine interno (che non interessa il testo) dalle carte z7 a r9 (circa 20 carte); restauro al margine interno della carta H alla carta H8; macchia alle ultime carte I, I2, I3; restaurato il margine interno della carta I; restauro all'ultima carta bianca; qualche pagina leggermente ingiallita; alcune scritte a penna d'epoca ai margini di poche pagine; nel complesso esemplare a grandi margini molto bello di questa edizione dell'Opera Morale di Gregorio Magno. vedi: Hain vol II scheda 7930. Autore Gregorio Magno Roma 540 circa - Roma 604. ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ SPEDIAMO SOLO CON POSTA TRACCIATA Per ogni singolo oggetto i prezzi di spedizione sono sulla scheda Se ordinate più di 1 oggetto dal nostro negozio ebay - prima di pagare aspettate l'invio della fattu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: tolozzilibrai1919 [pontremoli, Italy]
2020-01-09 18:48:44
Bertholdus.
(Reutlingen, Michael Greyff, um 1494). 170 (statt 186) Bll. Mit kol. Titelholzschnitt, 25 kol., meist auch goldgehöhten Textholzschnitten, kol. Titelbordüre, 337 kol. Textbordüren und vielen kol., teils auch goldgehöhten Initialen. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, 9 (von 10) Messingbeschlägen und 2 Schließen. Dreiseitig punzierter Schnitt. 8vo (114:149 mm). Frühe volkssprachliche Ausgabe des um 1350 entstandenen und erstmals um 1488 als "Horologium devotionis" erschienenen Andachtsbuchs des Dominikaners Bertholdus, wie alle deutschen Ausgaben von großer Seltenheit. Das GW verzeichnet lediglich fünf Exemplare in öffentlichen Sammlungen, von denen drei ebenfalls unvollständig bzw. nur fragmentarisch erhalten sind. - Durchwegs in ansprechendem Altkolorit. Von den 38 schönen Textholzschnitten liegen hier vor: Bl. d5r: Beschneidung; c2v: Flucht nach Ägypten; g1r: Taufe Christi; h5v: Fußwaschung; i1v: Verrat des Judas; i5v: Gethsemane; k2r: Judaskuss; k4r: Geißelung; k7v: Christus vor Kaiphas; k8v: Verspottung Christi; l2r: Beratschlagung der Priester; l7r und m5r: Christus vor Pilatus; n1v: Entkleidung Christi; n5v: Dornenkrönung; o1r: Handwaschung des Pilatus; o3v: Simon von Kyrene; p2r: Kreuzigung; q7r: Christus am Kreuz; r4v: dass. in anderer Darstellung; r8v: Ohnmacht Mariä; s3r: Kreuzabnahme; s6r: Grablegung; t1v: Christi Höllenfahrt; x1r: Christi Himmelfahrt. - Die hübschen, fast jede Seite einfassenden Bordüren zeigen Vögel, Tiere, Jäger, Putten, Engel, Blumen usw. Insgesamt wurden acht Stöcke verwendet. - Es fehlen die Bll. a7, a8, b6, c1, c7, d1, f1, g3, g4, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-12-23 23:02:42
APPIANUS, Alexandrinus.
(Colophon f. 136r:) Impressum Regii per Franciscum de Mazalibus Anno Domini 1494 die 22 mensis Octobris (Reggio Emilia, Francesco Mazzali, 1494). in-folio,  ff. 135 n.n., manca il primo bianco mentre è presente l'ultimo. Legatura piena pergamena recente, titolo al dorso su tassello. Circa la metà del volume è interessata da una gora di umidità lungo il margine interno; lievi tracce di umido e di polvere al primo foglio. Dedica del traduttore Pier Candido Decembrio a Alfonso V, Re d'Aragona. Si tratta del primo libro uscito dai torchi del Mazzali a Reggio Emilia e del quarto in assoluto stampato in questa città. Francesco Mazzali nell'ottobre 1494 sottoscrisse la seconda parte dell' Historia Latina di Appiano (IGI, 767). Curiosamente, la prima parte sarebbe stata impressa soltanto nel gennaio 1495 nella vicina Scandiano, con gli stessi caratteri e nello stesso formato ma riportando nella sottoscrizione il nome di Pellegrino Pasquali al posto di quello di Francesco (IGI, 765). Non si conoscono i motivi del trasferimento della stampa dell'Appiano, né perché Francesco non abbia firmato alcuna edizione per oltre quattro anni, ma il tutto conferma quanto fosse usuale un interscambio tra artigiani e torchi ? principalmente legato a fattori economici ? all'interno di un'area geografica che andava da Bologna, a Reggio Emilia a Parma, a Scandiano. Il nome di Francesco Mazzali ricompare a Reggio, nel colophon delle Antiquitates Romanae di Dionigi di Alicarnasso (IGI, 3485) nel novembre 1498. L'anno seguente produsse qualche altro libro, fino a quello  che rappresenta senza dubbio il p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-12-23 02:34:07
APPIANUS, Alexandrinus.
(Colophon f. 136r:) Impressum Regii per Franciscum de Mazalibus Anno Domini 1494 die 22 mensis Octobris (Reggio Emilia, Francesco Mazzali, 1494). in-folio, ff. 135 n.n., manca il primo bianco mentre è presente l'ultimo. Legatura piena pergamena recente, titolo al dorso su tassello. Circa la metà del volume è interessata da una gora di umidità lungo il margine interno; lievi tracce di umido e di polvere al primo foglio. Dedica del traduttore Pier Candido Decembrio a Alfonso V, Re d'Aragona. Si tratta del primo libro uscito dai torchi del Mazzali a Reggio Emilia e del quarto in assoluto stampato in questa città. Francesco Mazzali nell'ottobre 1494 sottoscrisse la seconda parte dell' Historia Latina di Appiano (IGI, 767). Curiosamente, la prima parte sarebbe stata impressa soltanto nel gennaio 1495 nella vicina Scandiano, con gli stessi caratteri e nello stesso formato ma riportando nella sottoscrizione il nome di Pellegrino Pasquali al posto di quello di Francesco (IGI, 765). Non si conoscono i motivi del trasferimento della stampa dell'Appiano, né perché Francesco non abbia firmato alcuna edizione per oltre quattro anni, ma il tutto conferma quanto fosse usuale un interscambio tra artigiani e torchi - principalmente legato a fattori economici - all'interno di un'area geografica che andava da Bologna, a Reggio Emilia a Parma, a Scandiano. Il nome di Francesco Mazzali ricompare a Reggio, nel colophon delle Antiquitates Romanae di Dionigi di Alicarnasso (IGI, 3485) nel novembre 1498. L'anno seguente produsse qualche altro libro, fino a quello che rappresenta senza dubbio il p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Italy]
2019-12-18 23:32:07
1494. Engraving on hand laid (vergé) paper.Sheet size: 41 x 28 cm. (16,1 x 11 inch). Image size: 40,5 x 27,5 cm. (15,9 x 10,8 inch).Source unknown, to be determined. Ref: After New Hollstein 74Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Lucas van Leyden (Dutch 1494-1533)'. Lucas van Leyden (1494 – 1533), also named either Lucas Hugensz or Lucas Jacobsz, a Dutch engraver and painter, born and mainly active in Leiden. Lucas van Leyden was among the first Dutch exponents of genre painting and is generally regarded as one of the finest engravers in the history of art.Condition: Good, given age. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.Keywords: CALVARY-GOLGOTHAPCO-Expo-111
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
2019-11-15 08:15:21
CAVALCA, Domenico.
Firenze (Bartolomeo dei Libri, 1494). 2 opere in 1 vol. in-4, ff. 142 n.n.; 98 n.n., legatura del XVIII secolo in pergamena rigida, titolo in oro al dorso. Seconda edizione dei Frutti della lingua, apparsi per la prima volta l'anno precedente (Firenze, Morgiani 1493). Al titolo grande silografia (mm 97x87) ambientata in un chiostro con sulla sinistra due frati domenicani in atto di predicare ad un gruppo di monache sulla destra. Cavalca compose i Frutti della lingua dopo il 1433, divise il suo trattato in tre parti (orazione, predicazione, confessione) e lo concepì come un'appendice al ''Pungilingua''. (Legato con:) D. Cavalca. Lo Specchio di Croce. Al recto del titolo silografia con Crocifissione (mm 99x85), con la Vergine, San Giovanni e la Maddalena, al verso è impressa la medesima scena che è sul titolo dei Frutti della lingua che precede. L'opera del Cavalca, apparsa a partire dal 1476 ca., conobbe numerose ristampe nel XV secolo. Importante assieme di due tra i più celebri testi in volgare del predicatore domenicano (1270 ca. - 1342), superbamente illustrati da due grandi silografie. Buon esemplare, usuali fioriture della carta (restauro angolo superiore del primo f. fascicolo d dello Specchio). Provenienze: nota di possesso e qualche rara sottolineatura di ''Melchior Magius C.A.C 1721'' (Cavaliere di S. Stefano, consigliere di papa Clemente XII in qualità di Canonico della Basilica Vaticana. In fine si legge una nota di possesso di mano coeva ''Di me Galeazzo Burnio (o Bornio) e degli amici miei''.. 1) Cat. Martini 119. Goff C332. IGI 2625. Sander 1849. BMC VI 658. G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-11-08 22:07:31
Incunable - DECRETALES GREGORII IX - 1494 - In Folio. Fort in-folio (400x280 mm) plein vélin ivoire, titre manuscrit sur dos à 4 forts nerfs, filets dorés sus et sous les nerfs. Tranches pigmentées de rouge. 303 pages. L'index de 4 pages n'a pas été relié dans cet exemplaire Decretales : cum sumariis suis et textuum divisionibus ac etiam rubricaruz con rinuationibus. Decretalium Gregorianam compillationem candide lector babes illustrata Clarissimi utriusqz iuris doctoris Domini hieronymi Clarri.... Texte imprimé en rouge et noir orné de petites marques manuscrites. Lettrines de couleur bleue et rouges à toutes les pages, dont une grande sur fond or. Marque de l'éditeur in fine. ATTENTION : Coin supérieur des 40 premières pages présentant une mouillure, laquelle importante sur les 25 premières pages, dont 15 avec manque de texte et papier fragile. Ex libris en contre plat de André B.M.
Bookseller: riffflor [Aubagne, FR]
2019-11-03 01:59:30
Incunable - DECRETALES GREGORII IX - 1494 - In Folio. Fort in-folio (400x280 mm) plein vélin ivoire, titre manuscrit sur dos à 4 forts nerfs, filets dorés sus et sous les nerfs. Tranches pigmentées de rouge. 303 pages. L'index de 4 pages n'a pas été relié dans cet exemplaire Decretales : cum sumariis suis et textuum divisionibus ac etiam rubricaruz con rinuationibus. Decretalium Gregorianam compillationem candide lector babes illustrata Clarissimi utriusqz iuris doctoris Domini hieronymi Clarri.... Texte imprimé en rouge et noir orné de petites marques manuscrites. Lettrines de couleur bleue et rouges à toutes les pages, dont une grande sur fond or. Marque de l'éditeur in fine. ATTENTION : Coin supérieur des 40 premières pages présentant une mouillure, laquelle importante sur les 25 premières pages, dont 15 avec manque de texte et papier fragile. Ex libris en contre plat de André B.M.
Bookseller: riffflor [Aubagne, FR]
2019-10-31 08:42:11
PACIOLI, Luca [Lucas de Burgo S. Sepulchri].
[Colophon:] Venice: Paganinus de Paganinis, 10-20 November 1494. First edition. First edition, first issue (see below), very rare, this is a remarkable copy in entirely original condition and with a distinguished provenance, having been in the famous Giustiniani family from publication to the present day. The Summa is a work of enormous importance on several levels. It is the first mathematical encyclopaedia of the Renaissance, 'the first great general work on mathematics printed' (Smith, Rara arithmetica, p. 56), and the first printing of any of the works of the great thirteenth-century mathematician Leonardo of Pisa, called Fibonacci (c. 1175-c. 1250), and of Pacioli's friend, the brilliant mathematician and artist Piero della Francesca (1416-92). The first part of the Summa is the first printed comprehensive treatment of algebra and arithmetic, based largely on Fibonacci's 1202 Liber Abaci which famously introduced Arabic numbers to the West, and which was itself in part a translation of the treatises on algebra and arithmetic of the Persian mathematician and astronomer Muhammad ibn M s al-Khw rizm (c. 780-c. 850) (the word algorithm derives from his name). The second part, on geometry, is based on Fibonacci's Practica Geometriae, but includes at the end a section on stereometric geometry and regular solids taken from the Trattato d'abaco of Piero della Francesca. The first part of the Summa also contains sections illustrating the applications of arithmetic and algebra to problems in business, notably including Pacioli's original treatise Particularis de Computis et Scr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2019-10-30 13:51:03
PACIOLI, Luca [Lucas de Burgo S. Sepulchri]
Paganinus de Paganinis, [Colophon:] Venice, 1494. First edition, first issue (see below), very rare, this is a remarkable copy in entirely original condition and with a distinguished provenance, having been in the famous Giustiniani family from publication to the present day. The Summa is a work of enormous importan ce on several levels. It is the first mathematical encyclopaedia of the Renaissance, 'the first great general work on mathematics printed' (Smith, Rara arithmetica, p. 56), and the first printing of any of the works of the great thirteenth-century mathematician Leonardo of Pisa, called Fibonacci (c. 1175-c. 1250), and of Pacioli's friend, the brilliant mathematician and artist Piero della Francesca (1416-92). The first part of the Summa is the first printed comprehensive treatment of algebra and arithmetic, based largely on Fibonacci's 1202 Liber Abaci which famously introduced Arabic numbers to the West, and which was itself in part a translation of the treatises on algebra and arithmetic of the Persian mathematician and astronomer Muhammad ibn M s al-Khw rizm (c. 780-c. 850) (the word algorithm derives from his name). The second part, on geometry, is based on Fibonacci's Practica Geometriae, but includes at the end a section on stereometric geometry and regular solids taken from the Trattato d'abaco of Piero della Francesca. The first part of the Summa also contains sections illustrating the applications of arithmetic and algebra to problems in business, notably including Pacioli's original treatise Particularis de Computis et Scripturis ('Details of Accountin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2019-10-24 18:56:10
Ludwig XII., König von Frankreich (1462-1515)
Genua, 4. IX, 1494. ? S. Qu.-gr.-8vo. Mit Adresse (Faltbrief). Als Herzog von Orleans an den Duc de Bar, bei dem er sich bedankt und befiehlt: "[...] delivrer et mettre hors de gallere par force Jean Lucas [...] Vueillez escripre a voz gens et officiers de pardeca Que Ilz vueillent mettre a pleine delivrance led[it] Jehan Lucas Et vous me ferez plaisir tres grant [...]". - Mit eh. Gegenzeichnung von Jean Coterau, dem Schatzmeister unter Ludwig XI., Karl VIII. und Ludwig XII. Einen Tag zuvor hatte mit der Überschreitung des Mont Ginèvre durch das Heer König Karls VIII. von Frankreich der erste französische Italienfeldzug um das Königreich Neapel begonnen, der den Beginn der bis 1559 dauernden Italienischen Kriege bezeichnet. Karl detachierte Ludwig mit einer 10.000 Mann starken Abteilung, die mit der Flotte zusammenwirken sollte; die französische Flotte schlug die neapolitanischen Streitkräfte zur See und die Abteilung des Herzogs besiegte am 8. September, vier Tage nach diesem Brief, die östlich von Genua bei Rapallo gelandeten neapolitanischen Truppen. - Etwas fleckig und mit einigen winzigen (teils in die Unterschriften reichenden) Papierdurchbrüchen; mit Siegelspur und kleinen Randläsuren.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-09-10 18:10:27
Augustinus Aurelius (St. Augustine, of Hippo).
Kilianus Piscator (Fischer), 1494. The City of God is St. Augustine's fifth-century response to assertions that Christianity had caused the decline of Rome: In defending Christianity, this Church Father delves deeply into many profound questions of theology, including the suffering of the righteous, the existence of evil, the conflict between free will and divine omniscience, and the doctrine of original sin. It is considered one of the saint's most important works, a cornerstone of Western thought, and a long-established work in the traditional canon of the "great books." The text of this => Freiburg, Fischer incunable is printed in double-column format in gothic type, surrounded by the commentary of Thomas Wallensis (1287? -1350?) and Nicholas Trivet (1258?-1328). Its capital spaces have guide letters and a few of those spaces have been completed. The imprint is from the colophon (leaf T25) and the printer is as given by Goff. Evidence of readership: Chiefly one, but clearly at least three, early readers have added => marginalia on more than 125 leaves of the text, chiefly in books 1 through 9 (i.e., those dealing with the polytheism of Rome [books 1-5] and Greek philosophy [books 6-10]); and one reader with a micro-mini script has added red-inked interlinear comments, additions, and/or corrections to the saint's text in those same books. Opposite the title-page is an information tree (illustration available). And on the title-page, one of the above-mentioned annotators, most likely an Augustinian friar, has added a lengthy quotation from Cassiodorus (), but at th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-08-20 11:36:47
GELLIUS, Aulus
Venice Bonetus Locatellus: for Octavianus Scotus 13, 1494. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "Truth is the daughter of time" ― Aulus Gellius, Noctes Atticae, XII A very rare and beautiful edition of Aulus Gellius' 'Attic Nights'. This book was a compilation of notes and shorter essays on grammar, philosophy, history, and antiquities which offer a glimpse into the cultures of both Greek and Roman life and society. Gellius began the work while he was living in Attica, Greece, but concluded the work in Rome. The rather disjunct contents include Gellius's observations and unusual interests found in books or overheard in conversation. Incunabula printings of 'Attic Nights' are exceedingly rare, complete or otherwise, and this example is no exception. Printed in 1494 in Venice, this edition is an impressive folio printing with some leaves in double-columns, others without. A curious 15th-century printing of a famous 2nd-century book.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-08-08 16:55:46
June 14, 1494. James IV, Mary, Queen of Scots' Grandfather, Addresses LS to Borgia Pope Alexander VI. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: University Archives [United States]
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2019-08-05 22:28:29
GELLIUS, Aulus
Venice Bonetus Locatellus: for Octavianus Scotus, 1494. 1494 Aulus Gellius Attic Night Noctes Atticae Greece Philosophy Greek Incunabula"Truth is the daughter of time" ― Aulus Gellius, Noctes Atticae, XIIA very rare and beautiful edition of Aulus Gellius' 'Attic Nights'. This book was a compilation of notes and shorter essays on grammar, philosophy, history, and antiquities which offer a glimpse into the cultures of both Greek and Roman life and society. Gellius began the work while he was living in Attica, Greece, but concluded the work in Rome. The rather disjunct contents include Gellius's observations and unusual interests found in books or overheard in conversation.Incunabula printings of 'Attic Nights' are exceedingly rare, complete or otherwise, and this example is no exception. Printed in 1494 in Venice, this edition is an impressive folio printing with some leaves in double-columns, others without. A curious 15th-century printing of a famous 2nd-century book.Item number: #8212Price: $3500GELLIUS, AulusAuli Gelii noctium Atticarum libri Perquam diligentissime castigati ac nuperrime Impressi.Venice Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus 13. XI. 1494Details: · Collation: o 64 leaves (of 72)o Signatures: a-i⁸. o Wanting final 8 leaves· References: Hain 7525; BMC V, 444; Goff G 125; GW 10600; Proctor 5057A; ISTC ig00125000· Language: Latin· Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~11.75in X 8.25in (30cm x 21cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receivi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-08-02 19:50:03
Vegetius Renatus, Flavius (et al.)
Rome: Eucharius Silber, 1494. Small 4to. (209 x 155). Collation: a-p4 q6 r-x4 y2. Containing 4 (of 5) tracts, lacking the fifth (Onosander - see below). 40 lines and headline. Type: 10:91R. Woodcut initials throughout; troop formations and military strategies presented typographically on 23 pages at end. Near-contemporary Milanese binding of dark brown goatskin, profusely gilt, rebacked with smooth calf, some repairs to binding extremities, early 20th-century pastedowns and endpapers, edges gilt and gauffered. Preserved in a cloth case. An early, elaborate, and absolutely fascinating Milanese gold-tooled binding from a workshop that was patronized by Jean Grolier, preserving an important collection of Roman works on military strategy which features typographic renderings or troop formation. THE BINDING was published by Tammaro de Marinis' in his epic and unsurpassable 3-volume census of early Italian bookbindings, "La legatura artistica in Italia nei secoli XV e XVI" (Florence, 1960), no. 2611 (vol. III, p. 24, and plate 434), who gave its last known location: Librairie Belin, Paris, 1924. The present workshop was likely responsible for binding what is believed to be only surviving copy of the 1499 "Hypnerotomachia Poliphili" that is still preserved in its original binding. When said Hypnerotomachia was sold at Sotheby's London (10/30/61, lot 327 -- to Heilbrun for Henri Schiller), Anthony Hobson referenced our binding and attribed it to the Milanese workshop "that produced the plaquette bindings for Jean Grolier. The border occurs on two of the plaquette bindings (i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [Lockhart, TX, U.S.A.]
2019-07-23 08:41:30
[Inquisition] [Spanish incunable] [Miquel Albert (editor)].
16 Sept, 1494. Valencia. [Lambert Palmart for Miguel Albert]. Folio, (293 x 207 mm). 296 [of 302] ff., including the almost never-present leave D3, censored by the Inquisition; missing the first quire [a6], which is supplied by a manuscript copy in 16th century Spanish hand. Collation, a6 b-e8 f4 g3 h-z8 [et]10 A-C8 D6+1 E-M8 N O10. Contemporary or near contemporary Spanish limp vellum, spine with paper label, partially gone. A genuine and well-preserved copy, light foxing to first leaves, else in excellent condition.- First edition, exceedingly rare, of this important book; this is the first Spanish printedmanual on Inquisition, including a very rare description of the daily life of the Hebrew Spanish families in the Middle Ages. It describes the rites and customs of the Jewish community so that the inquisitor could recognize and denounce them. The whole book deals with the Jewish question, because, as explained by Benzion Netanyahu in 1995 (The origins of the Inquisition. In fifteenth Century Spain,chapter I),the main interest of the early Inquisition (re-started in 1480) was “to seek and punish converts of Judaism who transgressed against Christianity by secretly adhering to Jewish beliefs and performing Jewish rites and ceremonies”. It was not the Jews themselves who were targeted at the beginning, as they were separated from the Catholic communities, it was the conversos who posted a threat to the faith and at the same time a solution to the internal problems of Spain -a sort of scape goat, a portion of society who could be blamed for the troubled re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2019-06-04 15:25:43
1494. SELTENE UND SEHR SCHÖNE INKUNABEL JACOBUS DE VORAGINE SERMONES DE TEMPORE DE SANCTI ET QUADRAGESIMALES ANGEBUNDEN: SERMO DE PASSIONE Sie bieten auf eine Ausgabe aus dem Verlag von Jean Trechsel (Lyon) aus dem Jahre 7. III. 1494. Gebunden in einen Holzdeckeleinband der Zeit mit blindgeprägte Schweinslederbezug und mit einer mittigen Buchschliessen. Der ungewöhnlich gestaltete zeitgenössische Prägeeinband mit 7 Einzelstempeln, dabei Doppeladler in Raute. Buchformat: 21cm x 13,5cm. Durchgehend rubriziert und mit eingemalten roten Lombarden. Breitrandig mit einigen Temoins. KOLLATIONIERUNG: 171 (statt 173) unn. 1 weisses, 95 unn.,1 weisses, 17 unn. Blatt mit Druckermarke in Rot Seltene Ausgabe der beliebten Predigten des 1298 als Erzbischof von Genua gestorbenen Dominikaners. ZUSTAND: Sehr schönes Exemplar im Original-Einband mit Gebrauchsspuren, es fehlen das Doppelblatt 3/6 der Lage 1 (Register) sowie das weisse Schlussblatt. Das Doppelblatt d 2/7 blieb versehentlich unbedruckt. Weitgehend recht sauber und kaum fleckig, Titel mit alten Besitzervermerken des Dominikaner Klosters Colmar. Einband sehr schön, minimal wurmstichig, Hinterdeckel oben am Gelenk ausgebessert. WEITERE SELTENE INKUNABELN FINDEN SIE IN UNSERER AKTUELLEN AUKTION Überweisung auf DEUTSCHES ODER SCHWEIZER KONTO. Der versicherte Versand innerhalb Deutschlands kostet 6,00 Euro. Für den Versand innerhalb der Schweiz, Portokosten bitte gesondert erfragen. Für den Versand in das europäische Ausland und nach Übersee bitte ebenfalls Portokosten erfragen. Viel Spass beim Bieten und beim Einkauf. [Attributes: H … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquarischekostbarkeit (welsprofi) [Balmberg, CH]
2019-05-04 22:23:51
DE TORTIS
Baptistam De Tortis, Venetiis, 1494. Fort in-folio ( 400x280 mm ) plein vélin ivoire, titre manuscrit sur dos à 4 forts nerfs, filets dorés sus et sous les nerfs. Tranches pigmentées de rouge.303 pages.Decretales : cum sumariis suis et textuum divisionibus ac etiam rubricaruz con rinuationibus.Decretaliù Gregorianam compillationem candide lector babes illustrata Clarissimi utriusqz iuris doctoris Domini hieronymi Clarri.Texte imprimé en rouge et noir orné de petites marques manuscrites.Lettrines de couleur bleue, dont une grande sur fond or.Marque de l'éditeur in fine.ATTENTION : Coin supérieur des 40 premières pages présentant une mouillure, laquelle importante sur les 25 premières pages, dont 15 avec manque de texte et papier fragile.Ex libris en contre plat de André B.M. Incunable Ancien.
Bookseller: Librairie FAUGUET [Marseille, France]
2019-04-04 22:39:18
GERSON, Johannes de
Argentorati [Strasbourg]: [Flach], Anno d[omi]ni. Nativitatis, 1494. 1494 Jean Gerson INCUNABLE Medieval Defense of Joan of ARC Catholic MysticismAn extremely rare volume from the 1494 printing of the complete works of Jean Gerson. Gerson was one of the most prominent 14th-century French scholars and played an important role in the development of the Council of Constance. He was distinguished by adopting mysticism as a primary focus of his theology, though today, his works are held in high regard especially within the Catholic Church. In 1494, Strasbourg publisher Martin Flach printed the complete works of Gerson in three volumes over the course of a few months at the end of the year. Curiously, the third part is dated August while the first two parts are dated December of 1494.This incredibly impressive first volume of the complete works of Gerson includes the expected full-page woodcut engraving of Gerson climbing toward a castle. It also features sermons, the work "Inuentorium eorum que in operibus Gersonis continentur", as well as his commentary on Saint Bonaventure doctrines.However, the most desirable aspect of this work is the inclusion of the 'De Mirabili Victoria'. It was in this treatise that Gerson defended Joan of Arc's use of male clothing when the rest of the theological world was condemning her of sin. This is one of the earliest printed accounts of Joan of Arc!First Flach edition with large red and blue rubricated initials throughout.Item number: #6892 Price: $5999GERSON, Johannes dePrima pars operum Johannis Gerson + Inuentoriū eorū que in operibus Gerson … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-04-04 18:58:31
GERSON, Johannes de
[Flach], Anno d[omi]ni. 1494 Jean Gerson INCUNABLE Medieval Catholic Poem Mysticism Josephina Incunabula An extremely rare volume from the 1494 printing of the complete works of Jean Gerson. Gerson was one of the most prominent 14th-century French scholars and played an important role in the development of the Council of Constance. He was distinguished by adopting mysticism as a primary focus of his theology, though today, his works are held in high regard especially within the Catholic Church. In 1494, Strasbourg publisher Martin Flach printed the complete works of Gerson in three volumes over the course of a few months at the end of the year. Curiously, the third part is dated August while the first two parts are dated December of 1494. This incredibly impressive third volume of the complete works of Gerson includes a full-page woodcut engraving of Gerson climbing toward a castle. It also features many of his works on mysticism, evangelism, meditations, exercises in devotion, an exposition on Psalms, living a solitary life, as well as letter to the Archbishop of Lugduni and his work of Biblical narrative poetry Josephina . First Flach edition with large red and blue rubricated initials throughout. Item number: #6891 Price: $5999 GERSON, Johannes de Tercia pars operum Johannis de Gerson doctoris chritianissimi Argentorati [Strasbourg]: [Flach], Anno d[omi]ni. M.cccclxxxxiiij. iij. Jdibus mensis Augusti. Details: Foliation: Complete with all pages 359 leaves + 1 blank [i.e. 360 sheets] Signatures: 2a-2h^8·6 2i-2k^8 2l^6 2m-2n^8 2o^6 2p-2q^8 2r-2v^6·8 2x^8 2y^6 2z^8 2A^8 2B^ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-04-01 09:51:32
BERNARDO DE CLARAVAL, Santo (1090-1153).
[Venezia, Bernardinus de Benalis, 1494]. 8vo.; portada, una hoja de tabla y 96 folios sin numerar. Signaturas a-m8, faltando los ocho útimos folios, correspondientes a la signatura n8. Impresión gótica de 27 lineas, a doble columna. Encuadernación moderna en piel. El autor de la obra, durante siglos atribuida a San Bernardo fue el monje cisterciense de la Abadía de Froidmont, en el Beauvais, Thomas de Frigido Monte, Thomas of Beverley (c.1150-c.1225).
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [Spain]
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2019-03-28 19:01:46
BERNARDO DE CLARAVAL, Santo (1090-1153).
[Venezia, Bernardinus de Benalis, 1494]. 8vo.; portada, una hoja de tabla y 96 folios sin numerar. Signaturas a-m8, faltando los ocho útimos folios, correspondientes a la signatura n8. Impresión gótica de 27 lineas, a doble columna. Encuadernación moderna en piel. El autor de la obra, durante siglos atribuida a San Bernardo fue el monje cisterciense de la Abadía de Froidmont, en el Beauvais, Thomas de Frigido Monte, Thomas of Beverley (c.1150-c.1225).
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros [Spain]
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