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2019-03-27 18:24:26
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 [Zaragoza, Spain]
2019-03-27 14:18:15
DURANTI, Guillelmus
Koberger Anton. Nürnberg, 30 september 1494. Quarto (8.9 x 6.6 inches). 305 (of 306, lacking final blanc) leaves, numbered I-CCCII. Double columns. 45 lines plus headline. Gothic letter, with 7 lines opening initial in red, blue and green with pen work infill and numerous red Lombard initials, a few in blue. Contemporary blind-tooled calf over wooden boards (restored, new spine, front cover with a tear in the leather, a few small wormholes, new endpapers). Two brass clasps (new clasp ties). Third Koberger edition. The Rationale Divinorum Officiorum is arguably the most important medieval treatise on the symbolism of church architecture and rituals of worship. Written by the French bishop William Durand of Mende (1230-1296), the treatise is ranked with the Bible as one of the most frequently copied and disseminated texts in all of medieval Christianity. It served as an encyclopedic compendium and textbook for liturgists and remains an indispensable guide for understanding the significance of medieval ecclesiastical art and worship ceremonies. - Very nice copy on thick paper in a contemporary, richly blind tooled binding with the title "Rationale" in the upper part of the front cover. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sanderus Antiquariaat [Gent, Belgium]
2019-03-15 14:56:14
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni [BOCCACE]
Paris, Antoine Vérard, 4 Novembre 1494. ______ Format : In-folio. [350 x 235 mm] Collation : (8), 304 ff. [notés CCC] Reliure : Veau brun, dos à nerfs orné, encadrements à froids sur les plats. (Reliure récente dans le style de l'époque.). ____ Première édition d'Antoine Vérard. Elle est magnifiquement illustrée par 10 grands bois gravés. C'est une traduction en français du "De casibus virorum illustrium" par Laurent de Premierfait. Partant d'Adam et Eve, Boccace passe en revue les "cas et ruynes des nobles et femmes renversés par la fortune depuis la création du monde". On y trouve le récit des malheurs d'Athalie, de Denys de Syracuse, de Mithridate, de Philippe le Bel, de Pétrarque et de beaucoup d'autres, avec des considérations sur les songes prémonitoires, l'inconstance de la fortune, les dangers de l'oisiveté, etc. (Bechtel). Le texte de cette édition reprend, avec un style rajeuni, celui de l'édition de 1483, chez Jean Dupré, qui est le premier livre parisien illustré. Dans l'histoire de l'imprimerie parisienne, Antoine Vérard tient une place majeure. Libraire-éditeur, très actif, il est celui qui a le plus contribué au développement de l'art de l'illustration dans le livre français. Le premier feuillet (a1) est un fac-similé sur papier ancien. Il ne porte que deux lignes de texte : "Des nobles malheureux. Imprimé nouvellement à Paris", le verso est blanc. Il manque deux feuillets blancs (M10 et EE8). Colophon : "Cy finist le neufviesme & dernier livre de Jehan Boccace Des nobles hômes et fêmes infortunez translate de lati(n) en frâcois Imprime nouvellemt a paris le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2019-02-20 22:12:57
Original de 1494. Reproduction rare : réalisée sur commande. Tapisserie réalisée par procédé sérigraphique : impression direct sur le tissé par pochoirs. Tissé laine - lin - coton. Taille : H 2,10 m x L 2,45 m. Etat NEUF (comme sur photo notice) + facture et notice jointes (autres photos sur demande). OU ECHANGE contre tapisserie LES CERFS AILES (dans le même état). Envoi (colissimo) gratuit ou remis en mains propres sur la région Nice Grasse Cannes Fréjus.
Bookseller: s57c [Mouans Sartoux, FR]
2019-02-15 08:44:35
FRANCOIS Ier (1494 - 1547), roi de France Pièce signée « Françoy » et contresignée sur le rabat par Robertet. Saint-Germain-en-Laye, 3 mars 1526 (1527) ; 1 page in-plano oblong sur parchemin (49x48 cm). Petit trou en marge En considération des services de ses chers François et Raoul Burgensis « noz sommeliers de bouche », notamment « en la derniere bataille de dela les montz en laquelle oultre les rancons quilz ont este contraintz payer » ils ont fait plusieurs grosses pertes, et pour les récompenser, il leur donne et cède l'île appelée « lisle aux Beufs anous appartenant assise a Orleans pres de la Salle Le Roy, au droict de Cecy [Chécy] ».
Bookseller: Autographes Manuscripta [LYON, Rhône-Alpes, FR]
2019-02-07 06:55:25
Original de 1494. Reproduction rare : réalisée sur commande. Tapisserie réalisée par procédé sérigraphique : impression direct sur le tissé par pochoirs. Tissé laine - lin - coton. Taille : H 2,10 m x L 2,45 m. Etat NEUF (comme sur photo notice) + facture et notice jointes (autres photos sur demande). OU ECHANGE contre tapisserie LES CERFS AILES (dans le même état). Envoi (colissimo) gratuit ou remis en mains propres sur la région Nice Grasse Cannes Fréjus.
Bookseller: s57c [Mouans Sartoux, FR]
2019-02-01 03:21:15
Gresemund Dietrich (der Jüngere)
VD16 ZV 7019.- Erstmals Mainz 1494 als erster Teil in seinem Erstlingswerk "Lucubratiunculae bonarum septem artium liberalium" erschienen.- Dialog, in dem der Wert der sieben freien Künste diskutiert wird.- Mit Widmungsbrief des Autors an Johannes Trithemius, Mainz 1.1. 1494, Gedicht auf das Werk und Nachwort an den Leser.- Dietrich Gresemund (* 1477 in Speyer; ? 1512 in Mainz) war der bedeutendste Kopf des Mainzer Humanismus. Er bildete unbestritten den Mittelpunkt aller wissenschaftlichen und literarischen Bestrebungen in der Frühphase der Mainzer Universität und korrespondierte mit anderen Humanisten in ganz Mitteleuropa.- Nur gering fleckig, sonst schönes breitrandiges Exemplar.# Dialogue in which is discussed the value of the seven liberal arts; appeared for the first time in his first work "Lucubratiunculae" (1494) and dedicated to Johannes Trithemius.- Fine copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
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2019-02-01 01:45:18
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]
2019-01-31 17:58:51
BIBLE
Venice: Simon Bevilaqua, 22 November, 1494. 4to (200 x 150 mm), nice XVIIth century blindstamped pigskin binding. Text in gothic type in 2 columns, 55 lines, leaves nn. 455 (of 456, missing the leaf nn. 17, 2a2, which is originally blank as stated by BMC). A reprint of the so-called "Fontibus ex grecis" Latin Bible, and also one of the earliest Latin Bibles to be printed in a smaller format, issued by Simone Gabi, called Bevilaqua, who was active as a printer in Venice between 1491 and 1505. This edition of the Bible closely follows the model introduced in 1492 by another Venetian printer, Girolamo Paganino, which contains for the first time the Tabula alphabetica historiarumBibliae written in 1489 by the Franciscan Gabriel Bruno. Bevilaqua published a second edition of theBibliaLatina in May 1498. HC 3117*; GW 4274; BMC V 519; IGI 1677; Goff B597. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mayfair Rare Books & Manuscripts Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2019-01-31 13:57:32
Giovanni Boccaccio (1313-1375)
Zaragoza, Paul Hurus, 24. Oktober, 1494. Zweispaltiges, 42-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt auf festem sauberen Papier mit umlaufendem rotem Schnitt des ehemaligen Buchblockes und der Signatur 'g II'. Blatt mit einem Holzschnitt (11,6 x 8,2 cm), umgeben von Holzschnittrandleisten und einer 4-zeiligen Holzschnittinitiale "L". Blattgröße: 18,3 x 26,3 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. Das Gesamtwerk umfasst 76 Holzschnitte, die aus der sehr seltenen Augsburger Ausgabe von Anton Sorg aus dem Jahr 1479 stammen, es sind seitenverkehrte Nachschnitte der Illustrationen des "Boccaccio-Meisters" für die Ulmer Ausgabe von Zainer aus dem Jahr 1473. Am 22. Oktober 1476 ist Paulus de Constantia (Paul Hurus, auch Hürus oder Hyrus) bereits als Drucker in Barcelona notariell erfasst, in dem er dort mit seinem Kollegen Heinrich Botel die erste in der Druckgeschichte bekannte Subscription protokollieren ließ. Um 1480 baute Paul Hurus seine Druckerei in Zaragoza aus, sodass sie mit ihren Produktionen an der Spitze aller spanischen Offizinen des 15. Jahrhundets stand. In Zusammenarbeit mit spanischen Gelehrten und Übersetzern gelang es ihm zahlreiche literarisch bedeutsame Werke im Erstdruck herauszubringen. Kein deutscher in Spanien tätiger Inkunabeldrucker hatte so enge Beziehungen zu seiner Heimat, wie Paul Hurus. Die Holzschnittblöcke zu diesem Werk hatte er offenbar auf einen seiner Reisen durch Deutschland erworben. Mehrfach reiste er nach Süddeutschland. Nach seinem letzten Druck im Jahre 1499 kehrte er in seine Vaterstadt Konstanz zurück und wurde 1505 in den Rat der Stadt gewählt (Geldner, 19 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
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2019-01-23 04:01:11
NIGER, FRANCISCUS
Deventer: Jacobus de Breda, 31 July 1494. 212 x 140 mm. (8 1/4 x 5 1/2"). xlii leaves. Single column, 37 lines, gothic type. Modern half vellum over yellow paper boards, brown morocco label, one vertical and two horizontal red-inked lines on the vellum. Printer's device with monogram of Christ and emblems of the four Evangelists on title page. BMC IX, 68; not in Goff; ISTC in00243200. Minor soiling to binding, occasional minor marginal stains, other trivial imperfections, but A FINE COPY, the text quite clean and crisp, and the inoffensive binding in perfectly acceptable condition.This is a rare Deventer edition of the guide to letter writing by Venetian humanist and grammarian Francesco Negri, a text that remained one of the most popular manuals on epistolography for a century after its first appearance in 1487. Fine epistolary style was considered an essential mark of education and good breeding in the Renaissance, and this practical handbook offers instruction on composing letters for all situations, from personal to professional, including love letters and notes of sympathy as well as formal letters of introduction, congratulation, and persuasion. The first section sets out the necessary parts of such letters, and offers examples of ideal letters (many from Cicero). This is followed by a list of rules for writing various sorts of letters. For example, a letter of recommendation should begin by praising the person to whom it is addressed, then the person being recommended, before a request is made (for employment, lodging, training, etc.), ending with an offer of some … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2019-01-22 23:27:59
QUINTE-CURCE
Venise: 1494. QUINTE-CURCE Quintus Curtius Rufus (dit) - De rebus gestis Alexandri magni regis Macedonum QUINTE-CURCE Quintus Curtius Rufus (dit) De rebus gestis Alexandri magni regis Macedonum Giovani Tacuino, Venise 1494, in-folio (22x33cm), (68 ff.) [sig. a8 d-l6], relié. Première édition très rare de l'Histoire d'Alexandre le Grand de Quinte-Curce revue par Bartolomeo Merula qui y a corrigé, sans altérer le corps du texte, les erreurs de l'édition princeps de Vindelin de Spire (1470 ou 1471). Une seconde édition a paru en 1496, avec la même pagination. L'Histoire d'Alexandre le Grand occupe les livres III à IX des œuvres complètes de Quinte-Curce.Belle impression de Giovanni Tacuino de 46 lignes par page en caractères romains, avec sa marque au colophon : « Hos novem. Q. Curtii libros de rebus gestis Alexandri magni regis Macedonum q accuratissime castigatos eruditissimo [uro ?] Bartholomaeo Merula. Impressit Venetiis Ioannes de Tridino alias Tacuinus. Anno. M.cccc xciiii. Die. xvii. Iulii »Graesse II, 310. GW, 7876. Brunet, 448.Trois exemplaires répertoriés dans les bibliothèques européennes à Göttingen, à la British Library et à l'Université de Cambridge.Reliure de l'époque en demi-chamoisine sur ais de bois, dos à trois nerfs refait à l'identique, restes de fermoirs, deux annotations manuscrites sur les plats. Lettrines laissées en blanc.Trous de vers sur les plats, travaux un peu plus importants aux coins. Galeries de vers sans perte de lettres. Une tache d'humidité brune (avec infime trou sur feuillet k4) du feuillet i4 à la fin du volume, une mouillure allant en s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet [FRA, FR]
2019-01-17 17:37:02
QUINTE-CURCE Quintus Curtius Rufus (dit)
Venise: QUINTE-CURCE Quintus Curtius Rufus (dit), 1494. QUINTUS-CURTIUS RufusDe rebus gestis Alexandri magni regis MacedonumGiovanni Tacuino, Venice 1494, in-folio 22 x 33 cm, (68 ff.) [sig a8 d-l6], 15th-century bindingThe very rare first edition of Quintus Curtius Rufus' History of Alexander the Great, edited by Bartolomeo Merula who corrected (without altering the main body of the text) the errors in the editio princeps by Vindelin de Spire (1470 or 1471). A second edition appeared in 1496 with the same pagination. The History of Alexander the Great makes up books III to IX of the complete works of Curtius Rufus.An attractive edition by Giovanni Tacuino with 46 lines to the page in Roman character and his printer's mark to colophon. Graesse II, 310. GW, 7876. Brunet, 448.Three copies identified in European libraries, in Gottingen, the British Library and Cambridge.Half chamois-type vellum over wooden boards, spine in four compartments, remains of clasps, two manuscript annotations to covers. Capital spaces left blank.Wormholes to boards, slightly larger wormtracks to corners. Worming without loss to text. Brown dampstain (with a tiny hole to k4) from i4 to end, another, growing fainter, to leaves k5 and k6 and one smaller to margin of a4. Small lack to lower margin of b2.Several manuscript ex-donos and titles from the 15th and 16th centuries to first endpaper. Numerous notes, some contemporary marginal running titles and underlining in red and brown ink. A few contemporary manuscript notes on the final two endpapers.Giovanni Tacuino (1482-1541) was an important Venetian … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts (paris-rare-books) [France, FR]
2019-01-08 13:30:10
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]
2018-12-18 00:41:22
GILLES DE CORBEIL (Aegidius Corboliensis).
FIRST COMBINED EDITION of the author's De urinis and De pulsibus, both of which had been published separately once before (in 1483 and 1484 respectively). This edition was edited by Venantius Mutius, with a commentary by Gentilis de Fuligneo.The twelfth century French physician Gilles de Corbeil transplanted Salernitan medicine to Paris and gave expression to its most important achievements in attractive form. He was a pupil at the medical schools of Salerno and Montpellier, and later went to Paris where he was physician to Philippe Auguste of France (1165-1213).He wrote two works in verse form on the two principal diagnostic tools available to physicians of the time, the pulse and the urine. The Liber de urinis constitutes a compendium of uroscopy mainly on the lines of the Regula urinarum of Maurus. It remained the authoritative textbook on uroscopy until the sixteenth century.Klebs 466.1. Goff A94. Osler 7403. Murphy, The history of urology, p. 38. For a study of Gilles de Corbeil, see Ann. Med. Hist., VII (1925), p. 362.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [UK]
2018-12-12 20:13:25
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]
2018-11-14 06:21:27
Quintilian
Angelus Ugoletus 3 Jul, 1494. EDITIO PRINCEPS of the 136 (really 137) Declamationes, woodcut printer's device at end, first 2 leaves a little browned and frayed at lower margin where sometime damp-stained, this stain diminishing for about a quarter of the volume before ceasing, damp-stain in top outer corner throughout, a single worm hole in the first 10 leaves with minimal loss, 2 small holes on n6 with the loss of a couple of letters and others touched, ff. [vi], LXXXVI, folio, 303 x 205 mm, old green reversed calf, preserving the original sewing and cords, first leaf and fly-leaf separated from textblock but attached to the front cover, a little scuffed and the spine slightly faded, contemporary paper label on upper cover with MS title. On the authorship see C. Ritter, Die Quintilianischen Declamationen (Freiburg and Tübingen, 1881), 3-7; M. Winterbottom, The Minor Declamations ascribed to Quintilian (Berlin, 1984), pp. xii–xv; on the edition's place in the textual tradition see M. Winterbottom, in Texts and Transmission, 337. Dibdin (Bib. Spenceriana) describes this as 'of some importance to the collector of early classics', referring us to Affo's 'valuable notice of this edition' in his Tipografia Parmense. (ISTC iq00022000)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
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2018-10-29 16:11:24
Lucianus
Venice Simon Bevilaqua, for Benedetto Bordone 25 August 1494. 4° (216x155 mm). Collation: a8, b4, c-g8, h4, i-p8. [112] leaves. Text in one column, 29 lines. Type: 5:110R. White on-black woodcut candelabra border on fol. a2r, by Benedetto Bordone. Blank spaces for capitals, with no guide letters. Later vellum over pasteboards. Smooth spine, title written vertically 'Lucianus Venice Woodcut title-border'. Binding somewhat bumped. A good copy, first leaf lightly soiled, with old repair to the outer blank margin, without any loss. A few small stains, some spots and fingermarks. The lower blank margin of fol. g7 slightly trimmed. A few early marginal and interlinear notes. On the rear pastedown, a cutting taken from an old sale catalogue describing this copy: "Fol. a2 is surrounded by a magnificent woodcut border [.] Such borders are very rare in books of small format. A very fine copy of a rare book, save for the first page, skilfully repaired". Bibliographical notes on the front pastedown (among these '217x153. BM copy only 204x143'), and on the recto of the front flyleaf. On the rear pastedown, pencilled collation by Bernard Quaritch.Provenance: the bibliographer Gilbert Richard Redgrave (1844-1941; ex-libris on the front pastedown, and the inscription on the recto of the front flyleaf "Ex libris. Gilbert R. Redgrave Thriffwood, Sydenham, London. Sept. 9th. 1914'); Wynne Rice Hugh Jeudwine (1920-1984; ex-libris on the front pastedown; see sale Bloomsbury London, 18 September 1984 Catalogue of the Important Collection of Printed Books formed by the Late W. R. Jeudwine, lot 18 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-29 16:11:24
Herodotus
Venice Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio 8 March [actually not before 30 March] 1494. Median folio (310x217 mm). Collation: A8, a-d8, e-x6. [142] leaves. Text in one column, 45 lines. Type: 26:110R. Woodcut border on fol. a1r, including two white-ground insets, the upper one depicting a satyr preparing to sacrifice, and the lower one showing Hercules at the parting of the ways. On the same leaf, large woodcut depicting Herodotus crowned by Apollo. Blank spaces for capitals, with printed guide letters. Late sixteenth-century limp vellum, with yapp edges. Smooth spine, portions of ties preserved. Some soiling to covers. A very fine copy, light foxing and browning, a few minor spots and fingermarks; short tear to the lower blank margin of fol. r3. Woodcut border slightly trimmed at top. Numerous Latin annotations, maniculae, and other reading marks in two different early hands, a few marginalia lightly trimmed. Pencilled bibliographical notes on the front pastedown.Provenance: Arthur and Charlotte Vershbow, acquired from Lathrop C. Harper, 1977 (ex-libris on the front pastedown; see The Collection of Arthur e Charlotte Vershbow, Christie's New York, 9-10 April 2013, lot 204). One of the masterpieces of Venetian book illustration: the rare third edition of Herodotus, translated into Latin by Lorenzo Valla and edited by Antonio Mancinelli. It was preceded by those of 1474 (Venice, Jacobus Rubeus) and 1475 (Rome, Arnoldus Pannartz). The present book is rightly famous for having one of the finest woodcut borders of the fifteenth century, executed by Benedetto Bordon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-14 19:38:47
Grabador: Van Leyden, Lucas, Dibujante:Van Leyden, Lucas
Países Bajos. LUCAS VAN LEYDEN (1494-1533) Bellísima estampa de Lucas Van Leyden, consumado especialista en el arte del buril. Brillante estampación. Cartela en el centro con inscripción: L . En la zona inferior: 1528. Conjunto de diversos personajes fantásticos típicos del mundo del grutesco formando una composición simétrica. Muy buen estado de conservación. Los márgenes respetan la huella. Siglo: XVI.Buril. Papel verjurado. Grabador: Van Leyden, Lucas. Dibujante: Van Leyden, Lucas. 1528. Altura papelt: 120. Anchura papel: 78. Altura plancha:. Anchura plancha:
Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-09-25 08:21:43
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]
2018-06-10 06:50:09
NARDI Jacopo.
1494. In Lione, appresso Theobaldo Ancelin, 1582, in-4, leg. coeva in piena pergamena floscia, cc. [4], 232, [36]. Con titolo entro cornice decorativa impressa in xilografia al frontespizio. Piccola gora alla parte bassa del frontespizio. Ossidazioni causate da macchie d'inchiostro alle carte Cc4 e Dd1 (carte che hanno anche il margine bianco esterno rinforzato); nelle due carte in questione una delle macchie d'inchiostro ha causato un foro nello specchio di stampa. Alcuni aloni al margine bianco inferiore delle ultime carte. Prima edizione. Moreni, II, 109.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [Italy]
2018-05-24 15:19:44
Caesar, Gaius Julius; [Ed. Hieronymus Bononius].
[Venice: Philippus Pincius (printer)1494]. Folio in 8s. An early work printed by Pencius (Philip Pinzi) who began publishing Galen's work in 1490 and then produced this important edition of Caesar's Gallic Wars. Raymond Marliano in the spirit of the Renaissance used this edition to identify the names of the Celtic and Gallic tribes and places which are noted in Caesar's writings. The results of this study were published as an Index urblum, fluminam & locorum to later issues. Note: using Pinzi's type another edition was printed at Venice for Benedetto Fontana in 1499. a-q8 r6 (*4) [d2 misbound after d4] (± q, q8, r, r6); 134 leaves. Bound in ¾ vellum over tan paper covered boards, hand lettered on spine. The ornamental woodcut initial and incipit on a2r are printed in red, all others are in black. Tipped onto front pastedown is an early German bookseller's catalog entry, citing Hain-Copinger, 4220; Proctor, 5304; British Museum Catalogue V, 496. Also see Goff, C24. (As noted in the collation, q, q8, r, and r6 are skillfully repaired at gutters. Early repair to half title. Some tiny worming of margins beginning at O2 through end with very minimal loss of a few letters only and a few small worm holes to upper margins only of a few leaves. The last page there is a marvelous printers mark of St. Anthony of Padua, with this legend, Defende Nos, Beate Pater Antoni. A very good copy.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA [Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A.]
2018-05-05 06:42:37
Sebastian Brant (Dürer)
Basel Johann Bergmann nicht vor Type 1 und 2. Einspaltiges, 28-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem halbseitigen Holzschnitt (4,3 x 7,4 cm) mit Randleisten von Albrecht Dürer. Blatt mit einem Wurmloch im Randbereich und der Blatt-Signatur "A iiii". Blattgröße: 14 x 19 cm. Woodcut incunable leaf Die Basler Gebetbuchholzschnitte erschienen ab 1494 in verschiedenen Basler Drucken und werden Dürers Basler Frühwerk zugeordnet. Der Holzschnitt "Die Madonna im Strahlenkranz auf der Mondsichel" (Schramm XXII 1230; Schoch-Mende-Scherbaum 2004, 265.5) erschien erstmals in S. Brants Gebetbuch nicht vor 1494. Gezeichnet hat den Holzschnitt Albrecht Dürer um 1493 während seiner Lehr- und Wanderjahre in Basel. Dieser liegt hier in Erstabdruck vor.
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2018-03-25 05:51:35
QUINTE-CURCE Quintus Curtius Rufus (dit)
" - Giovani Tacuino, Venise 1494, in-folio (22x33cm), (68 ff.) [sig. a8 d-l6], relié. - Première édition très rare de l'Histoire d'Alexandre le Grand de Quinte-Curce revue par Bartolomeo Merula qui y a corrigé, sans altérer le corps du texte, les erreurs de l'édition princeps de Vindelin de Spire (1470 ou 1471). Une seconde édition a paru en 1496, avec la même pagination. L'Histoire d'Alexandre le Grand occupe les livres III à IX des uvres complètes de Quinte-Curce. Belle impression de Giovanni Tacuino de 46 lignes par page en caractères romains, avec sa marque au colophon : « Hos novem. Q. Curtii libros de rebus gestis Alexandri magni regis Macedonum q accuratissime castigatos eruditissimo [uro??] Bartholomaeo Merula. Impressit Venetiis Ioannes de Tridino alias Tacuinus. Anno. M.cccc xciiii. Die. xvii. Iulii » Graesse II, 310. GW, 7876. Brunet, 448. Trois exemplaires répertoriés dans les bibliothèques européennes à Göttingen, à la British Library et à l'Université de Cambridge. Reliure de l'époque en demi-chamoisine sur ais de bois, dos à trois nerfs refait à l'identique, restes de fermoirs, deux annotations manuscrites sur les plats. Lettrines laissées en blanc. Trous de vers sur les plats, travaux un peu plus importants aux coins. Galeries de vers sans perte de lettres. Une tache d'humidité brune (avec infime trou sur feuillet k4) du feuillet i4 à la fin du volume, une mouillure allant en s'estompant aux feuillets k5 et k6, une autre plus petite en marge du feuillet a4. Un petit manque de papier en marge basse du feuillet b2. Plusieurs annotations et titres manuscrits de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Feu Follet [France, Paris]
2018-03-24 23:17:34
Herodotus
Venice: Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, 8 Mar. [after 30 Mar.] 1494. Third edition. Folio (12 7/16 x 8 3/8 inches; 316 x 213 mm). [8], 134 leaves. With elaborate woodcut border, which is celebrated as being one of the finest of the 15th century. Initial spaces with letter guides. Tissue guard in front of title-page. This copy with very large margins, taller than most. The letter of Mancinellus to Nicolaus Rubeus at the end of the prelims is dated 'tertio Cal. Aprilis', 30 Mar. 1494. Full 19th-century vellum. Spine label, lettered in gilt. The top of the woodcut just slightly shaved along the top edge, but still taller than most. A few occasions of tiny worm holes to the top and bottom margin through the first three signatures, not affecting text. Small hole on title-page, repaired almost invisibly near the head of the faun. A 1 3/4-inch repair to top inner margin of leaf A8, not affecting text. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown. Occasional very old, small ink corrections. Overall a near fine copy. This edition is preceded only by those of 1474 (Venice: Jacobus Rubeus) and 1475 (Rome: Arnoldus Pannartz), but this is the only edition that contains the elaborate woodcut border. "The brothers De Gregoriis who published Ketham's Fasciculo appear to have devoted particular attention to the production of woodcuts; to judge from the number and variety of the works of their press, which display artistic embellishment. A Latin translation of Herodotus (Hain, 8472) brought out by them in 1494, has its first page adorned with a magnificent woodcut border, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2018-03-15 11:50:07
GERMANES (Abbé de).
2 vol. in-12, basane mouchetée de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné de filets et fleurons dorés, pièces de titre rouge et fauve, tr. rouges, XX-329-2ff+316-2ff. Mouillures à la tranche et marginales au T.1. Ex-libris arraché au T.2., sinon beaux exemplaires. E. O. Dédiée au marquis de Monteynard, secrétaire d'Etat à la Guerre. Très rare. Starace: 1494. Brunet: 25880. La 2e édition date de 1776 et comporte 3 vol. P., Hérissant 1771 L'abbé de Germanes était en 1771 vicaire général de Rennes. Son ouvrage contient une description topographique de l'île, des renseignements sur le caractère, les coutumes, les moeurs et les usages de ses habitants ainsi qu'une relation des principaux événements historiques. En tant qu'inspecteur des collèges, l'auteur avait séjourné en Corse.
Bookseller: Librairie Guenegaud [France, Paris]
2018-03-07 19:52:51
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Venezia, per Simone Bevilacqua, 1494 (al colophon: Venetijs : Su[m]ma iucubratione: per Symonem Beuilaqua Papiensem., Anno nonagesimo quarto supra Milesimum quateros centesimu: die vero vicesima secunda nouembris) 4to legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con tassello, titoli e fregi dorati al dorso (piccolo strappo) cc. 439 (di 456?), marca tipografica xilografica al colophon (che si trova alla c. 2c4v) raffigurante un albero secco sul quale è appollaiato un uccello rapace, due scudi, caricati ciascuno di una corona, pendono dalla pianta. Sul cartiglio: Simon Bivilaqua. Testo su stampato su due colonne, indici su tre colonne. Centinaia di piccoli capolettera anticamente colorati in rosso (talora con sbavature) ed uno grande alla prima carta. Manca la carta a1 e le 16 carte precedenti. Testo completo.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica [Italy]
2018-03-07 09:02:10
Caesar, Gaius Julius; [Ed. Hieronymus Bononius].
[Venice: Philippus Pincius (printer)1494]. Folio in 8s. An early work printed by Pencius (Philip Pinzi) who began publishing Galen's work in 1490 and then produced this important edition of Caesar’s Gallic Wars. Raymond Marliano in the spirit of the Renaissance used this edition to identify the names of the Celtic and Gallic tribes and places which are noted in Caesar's writings. The results of this study were published as an Index urblum, fluminam & locorum to later issues. Note: using Pinzi's type another edition was printed at Venice for Benedetto Fontana in 1499. a-q8 r6 (*4) [d2 misbound after d4] (± q, q8, r, r6); 134 leaves. Bound in ¾ vellum over tan paper covered boards, hand lettered on spine. The ornamental woodcut initial and incipit on a2r are printed in red, all others are in black. Tipped onto front pastedown is an early German bookseller's catalog entry, citing Hain-Copinger, 4220; Proctor, 5304; British Museum Catalogue V, 496. Also see Goff, C24. (As noted in the collation, q, q8, r, and r6 are skillfully repaired at gutters. Early repair to half title. Some tiny worming of margins beginning at O2 through end with very minimal loss of a few letters only and a few small worm holes to upper margins only of a few leaves. The last page there is a marvelous printers mark of St. Anthony of Padua, with this legend, Defende Nos, Beate Pater Antoni. A very good copy.
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2018-03-07 06:24:53
Quintilian
Angelus Ugoletus 3 Jul, 1494. EDITIO PRINCEPS of the 136 (really 137) Declamationes, woodcut printer's device at end, first 2 leaves a little browned and frayed at lower margin where sometime damp-stained, this stain diminishing for about a quarter of the volume before ceasing, damp-stain in top outer corner throughout, a single worm hole in the first 10 leaves with minimal loss, 2 small holes on n6 with the loss of a couple of letters and others touched, ff. [vi], LXXXVI, folio, 303 x 205 mm, old green reversed calf, preserving the original sewing and cords, first leaf and fly-leaf separated from textblock but attached to the front cover, a little scuffed and the spine slightly faded, contemporary paper label on upper cover with MS title. On the authorship see C. Ritter, Die Quintilianischen Declamationen (Freiburg and Tübingen, 1881), 3-7; M. Winterbottom, The Minor Declamations ascribed to Quintilian (Berlin, 1984), pp. xii–xv; on the edition's place in the textual tradition see M. Winterbottom, in Texts and Transmission, 337. Dibdin (Bib. Spenceriana) describes this as 'of some importance to the collector of early classics', referring us to Affo's 'valuable notice of this edition' in his Tipografia Parmense. (ISTC iq00022000)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-03-04 08:46:59
Caesar, Gaius Julius; [Ed. Hieronymus Bononius].
[Venice: Philippus Pincius (printer)1494]. Folio in 8s. An early work printed by Pencius (Philip Pinzi) who began publishing Galen's work in 1490 and then produced this important edition of Caesar's Gallic Wars. Raymond Marliano in the spirit of the Renaissance used this edition to identify the names of the Celtic and Gallic tribes and places which are noted in Caesar's writings. The results of this study were published as an Index urblum, fluminam & locorum to later issues. Note: using Pinzi's type another edition was printed at Venice for Benedetto Fontana in 1499. a-q8 r6 (*4) [d2 misbound after d4] (± q, q8, r, r6); 134 leaves. Bound in ¾ vellum over tan paper covered boards, hand lettered on spine. The ornamental woodcut initial and incipit on a2r are printed in red, all others are in black. Tipped onto front pastedown is an early German bookseller's catalog entry, citing Hain-Copinger, 4220; Proctor, 5304; British Museum Catalogue V, 496. Also see Goff, C24. (As noted in the collation, q, q8, r, and r6 are skillfully repaired at gutters. Early repair to half title. Some tiny worming of margins beginning at O2 through end with very minimal loss of a few letters only and a few small worm holes to upper margins only of a few leaves. The last page there is a marvelous printers mark of St. Anthony of Padua, with this legend, Defende Nos, Beate Pater Antoni. A very good copy.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA [Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A.]
2018-03-03 06:20:41
ACHILLINI ALESSANDRO.
Bologna, impensis Benedicti Hectoris, 1494. In-folio; 36 carte (l'ultima Š bianca), marca tipografica su fondo nero in fine. Legatura dei primi anni dell''800 in tutto cartoncino., tassello in marocchino con titolo in oro al dorso (parzialmente mancante). Buon esemplare. Prima edizione, rara, dell'opera filosofica pi-- importante dell'Achillini, considerata un punto d'avvio della psicologia moderna. Questo suo trattato segna l'allontanamento dell'autore, sia pur parziale, dai dogmi aristotelici e l'assunzione di una propria autonoma posizione nell'ambito dell'averroismo critico riconducibile al pensiero di Sigieri di Brabante. Anche le sue successive opere, in particolare quelle anatomiche scientifiche, mostrano una forte indipendenza dalla tradizione. Di particolare importanza Š la sua visione cosmologica omocentrica, secondo la quale i pianeti ruotano intorno alla terra in sistemi di sfere concentriche. Non certo a caso egli ebbe modo di insegnare all'universit... insieme e in concorrenza con il Pomponazzi ed ebbe come allievi Gerolamo Fracastoro e Nicol• Copernico che nel 1501 si iscrisse alla facolt... di medicina a Padova. Le opere dell'Achillini (Bologna 1463-1512) nel 1590 vennero messe all'indice. ?Achillini was doubtless heir to the formal, analytical ways of argument? For the development of his philosophical psychology, however, he adopted other criteria: whether a given thesis or conception is tenable, depends strictly on its logical consistence with the central tenets of Aristotelian philosophy and Averroes? interpretation of it? In this work the species played … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2018-02-27 17:15:25
Quintilian
Peregrinus de Pasqualibus 18 August, 1494. text within commentary, woodcut printer's device on recto of last leaf, worming throughout, mainly marginal, though affecting sidenotes and a little text towards the end, holes in last 14 leaves getting bigger, with loss of text, some of these with primitive repairs, these leaves also water-stained, and a bit of staining here and there, lacks final blank, ff. [247 (of 248)], folio, 294 x 210 mm, 18th-century Italian vellum, citron lettering piece on spine, spine partly defective, copious contemporary annotations in book I, petering out thereafter. There are in fact 3 commentators, Laurentius Valla, Pomponius Laetus, and Johannes Sulpitius Verulanus, though, according to Ebert, there are in fact none by Sulpitius. For this edition see Alessandro Perosa, 'L'edizione veneta di Quintiliano coi commenti del Valla, di Pomponio Leto e di Sulpizio da Veroli', Miscellanea Augusto Campana, 2 vols., Medioevo e Umanesimo, 44 (Padua, 1981). (ISTC iq00030000)
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2018-02-12 08:27:05
Grabador: Van Leyden, Lucas, Dibujante:Van Leyden, Lucas
Países Bajos - LUCAS VAN LEYDEN (1494-1533) Bellísima estampa de Lucas Van Leyden, consumado especialista en el arte del buril. Brillante estampación. Cartela en el centro con inscripción: L . En la zona inferior: 1528. Conjunto de diversos personajes fantásticos típicos del mundo del grutesco formando una composición simétrica. Muy buen estado de conservación. Los márgenes respetan la huella. Siglo: XVI.Buril. Papel verjurado. Grabador: Van Leyden, Lucas. Dibujante: Van Leyden, Lucas. 1528. Altura papelt: 120. Anchura papel: 78. Altura plancha:. Anchura plancha:
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2018-02-10 15:04:04
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Venezia, per Simone Bevilacqua, 1494 (al colophon: Venetijs : Su[m]ma iucubratione: per Symonem Beuilaqua Papiensem., Anno nonagesimo quarto supra Milesimum quateros centesimu: die vero vicesima secunda nouembris) 4to legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con tassello, titoli e fregi dorati al dorso (piccolo strappo) cc. 439 (di 456?), marca tipografica xilografica al colophon (che si trova alla c. 2c4v) raffigurante un albero secco sul quale � appollaiato un uccello rapace, due scudi, caricati ciascuno di una corona, pendono dalla pianta. Sul cartiglio: Simon Bivilaqua. Testo su stampato su due colonne, indici su tre colonne. Centinaia di piccoli capolettera anticamente colorati in rosso (talora con sbavature) ed uno grande alla prima carta. Manca la carta a1 e le 16 carte precedenti. Testo completo.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica Snc [Monte San Pietro, BO, Italy]
2018-02-10 15:04:04
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Venezia, per Simone Bevilacqua, 1494 (al colophon: Venetijs : Su[m]ma iucubratione: per Symonem Beuilaqua Papiensem., Anno nonagesimo quarto supra Milesimum quateros centesimu: die vero vicesima secunda nouembris) 4to legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con tassello, titoli e fregi dorati al dorso (piccolo strappo) cc. 439 (di 456?), marca tipografica xilografica al colophon (che si trova alla c. 2c4v) raffigurante un albero secco sul quale è appollaiato un uccello rapace, due scudi, caricati ciascuno di una corona, pendono dalla pianta. Sul cartiglio: Simon Bivilaqua. Testo su stampato su due colonne, indici su tre colonne. Centinaia di piccoli capolettera anticamente colorati in rosso (talora con sbavature) ed uno grande alla prima carta. Manca la carta a1 e le 16 carte precedenti. Testo completo.
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2018-02-01 00:34:19
SENECA, Lucio Anneo Lucius Annaeus MANILIO Sebastiano
Sebastiano Manilio con Stefano e Bernardino de' Nalli, 1494. In -folio, (6), 170 cc., rilegato in piena pergamena con tasselli, nervi e intarsio dorato al dorso. Prima edizione in volgare delle "Epistolae ad Lucilium": si tratta dell'unico libro stampato da Manilio (che è anche traduttore dell'opera). Fori di tarlo su tutto il volume che non incidono sulla lettura. BMC V, 545; goff S-382; Hain, 14606; IGI, 8865; proctor, 4887. The first edition in Italian of Seneca's "Epistulae ad Lucilium", it's the only one book printed by Manilio, who's also the translator. Bookworm damages along the volume, not troubling the reading.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini
2018-02-01 00:34:18
RICHARDUS DE SANCTO VICTORE.
1494. 2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo, 16th-century blind-stamped vellum, spine on raised bands, evidence of previous clasps. Very fine incunabula, with gothic characters printed on 27 lines per page. Red and blue initials at the beginning of each paragraph. Instead of a bookplate, the book bears the painted blazon of its first owner. Excellent copy, very well preserved Français
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookseller Oslo Rare Books [NO]
2018-01-30 22:41:57
Koelner de Vanckel, Johannes
1494. Cologne, Johann Koehoff, the Younger, 1494. 1494 Edition of a Distinguished Commentary on Four Parts of the Corpus Juris Canonici Koelner de Vanckel, Johannes. Summarium Textuale et Conclusiones Super Sextum et Clementinas [et Decretales Extravagantes Johannis XXII]. [(Cologne): Johann Koelhoff, the Younger, 1494]. [290] ff. Two parts, each with title page. Part I dated 1 February 1494, Part II dated 24 March 1494. Collation: a8, b-z6, [et]6, [con]6, aa-ff6, gg8, (i-iiii2); A-N6, O4, P6. Complete. Folio 11" x 8" (28 x 20 cm). Contemporary blindstamped calf over wooden boards, later brass clasps and central and corner bosses to boards, raised bands to spine. Moderate rubbing, joints cracked through hinges, boards secure, spine worn with loss at ends, cords exposed, vellum pastedowns derived from contemporary manuscript leaf. Woodcut arms of Holy Roman Empire to title pages, the first colored partly in red. 46-line text in parallel columns, initials and section marks in red and blue, some highlighted in silver. Moderate toning, occasional faint dampstaining to margins, clean tear to margin of Leaf r iii with no loss to text, brief later annotation to upper corners of most leaves indicating sections, tiny signature and date of 1538 in tiny hand to title page, which is lightly soiled. A handsome volume. $30,000. * Fourth and final edition. First published in 1484, this is a masterly scholastic exegesis of four principal volumes of canon law: the Liber Sextus of Boniface VIII (1298), the Clementinae, or Liber Septimus Decretalium, (1317), the Extravagantes of John XXII (13 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-17 08:08:54
PARMA -
Impressa Angeli Ugoleti Civis Parmensis,, Parmae, 1494 - Parmae, Impressa Angeli Ugoleti Civis Parmensis, 1494, 16. September, Quart. (Reprint Vico Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 2012) Vorblatt, (17), 226 gezählte Blätter. 40 Zeilen. Romanische Type. 221x128mm; (II-VI: 1860) zusammen 2.200 S. 6 Teile in zwei Halbleinenbänden. Eines der ersten Stadtstatuten stammt von Parma, der bedeutenden Stadt in der Emilia-Romagna. 1255, 1266 bis 1304, 1347 und schließlich 1494 waren Ausdruck einer regen städtischen Gesetzgebung. Sammelband mit dem ersten Druck der Statuten der Bürgerschaft der oberitalienischen Stadt Parma! Manzoni I/351; Senato V/220ff. *PARMA, Stadt in der Emilia-Romagna, beiderseits des gleichnamigen Flusses gelegen, Hauptstadt der gleichnamigen Provinz, Bischofssitz, Universitätsstadt. 1973: 176.000 Einwohner (1881: 44.492 E.) Parma, ursprünglich eine etruskische Siedlung, wurde 183 v.Chr. römische Kolonie und entwickelte sich an der Via Aemilia zu einem bedeutenden Handelsplatz. Nach der Zerstörung im ersten vorchristlichen Jahrhundert erlebte Parma unter Theoderich dem Großen und dann unter byzantinischer Herrschaft (ab 553) einen neuen Aufschwung und nannte sich damals nicht ohne Grund Chrysopolis (=Goldstadt). Seit 774 n.Chr. unter der Herrschaft von langobardischen Grafen unterstand dann die Stadt der Regierung ihrer Bischöfe. Im 12. und 13. Jahrhundert war Parma intensiv in die Auseinandersetzung von Kaisertum und Papsttum verwickelt, verlor dabei 1303 seine Unabhängigkeit und seine republikanische Verfassung. Seit 1512 war Parma Teil des Kirchenstaates. Der romani … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-17 08:08:51
PARMA -
Impressa Angeli Ugoleti Civis Parmensis,, Parmae, 1494 - Parmae, Impressa Angeli Ugoleti Civis Parmensis, 1494, 16. September, Quart. Vorblatt, (17), 226 gezählte Blätter. 40 Zeilen. Romanische Type. 221x128mm. Moderner Pergamentband mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild im Stil der Zeit. 290x200mm. Hain-Copinger-Reichling 15016; GW 4373910; Goff S-721. Erster Druck der Statuten der Bürgerschaft der oberitalienischen Stadt Parma! Manzoni I/351; Senato V/220ff. *PARMA, Stadt in der Emilia-Romagna, beiderseits des gleichnamigen Flusses gelegen, Hauptstadt der gleichnamigen Provinz, Bischofssitz, Universitätsstadt. 1973: 176.000 Einwohner (1881: 44.492 E.) Parma, ursprünglich eine etruskische Siedlung, wurde 183 v.Chr. römische Kolonie und entwickelte sich an der Via Aemilia zu einem bedeutenden Handelsplatz. Nach der Zerstörung im ersten vorchristlichen Jahrhundert erlebte Parma unter Theoderich dem Großen und dann unter byzantinischer Herrschaft (ab 553) einen neuen Aufschwung und nannte sich damals nicht ohne Grund Chrysopolis (=Goldstadt). Seit 774 n.Chr. unter der Herrschaft von langobardischen Grafen unterstand dann die Stadt der Regierung ihrer Bischöfe. Im 12. und 13. Jahrhundert war Parma intensiv in den Auseinandersetzung von Kaisertum und Papsttum verwickelt, verlor dabei 1303 seine Unabhängigkeit und seine republikanische Verfassung. Seit 1512 war Parma Teil des Kirchenstaates. Der romanische Dom, ab 1046 erbaut und im frühen 12.Jhdt. erneuert, ein Baptisterium aus dem 12. Jhdt. und eine Reihe von spätmittelalterlichen Palazzi (Renaissance) prägen das alte, noch erhaltene … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Vico Verlag und Antiquariat Dr. Otto
2018-01-03 16:30:07
LUCIAN OF SAMOSATA [A.D. 120-180].
[Colophon on p6v:] Venice: Simon Bevilaqua [for Benedetto Bordone], 25 August 1494. First Edition of this collection of prose works in Latin translation by the second century Greek satirist Lucian of Samosata, edited by Benedetto Bordone. Except for the 'Vera historia', printed in Naples as early as 1475, and the 'Asinus aureus', which was first printed c1477, all the writings appear here for the first time in print, including 'Scipio', 'Hercules', 'Timon [the Misanthrope]' (the inspiration for Shakespeare's tragedy 'Timon of Athens'), and the 'Calumny of Apelles' (the source for Botticelli's painting of the same name). With its descriptions of interplanetary travel and extraterrestrial life forms the 'Vera Historia' is generally considered to be the earliest known example of science fiction writing. It is also the earliest detailed account of a trip to the moon in Western literature. The work served as inspiration for writers such as Sir Thomas More's ('Utopia') and Jonathan Swift ('Gulliver's Travels'). Editor Benedetto Bordone (c. 1460-1531) is known first and foremost as a book illuminator and as cartographer (his 'Isolario' was first published at Venice in 1528). The beautiful black-ground woodcut border with flowers, masks and animals on the recto of the second leaf is attributed to him and is the earliest extant evidence of his work as a designer of woodcuts. "While scholars divide themselves over whether Lucians greatest contribution lies in his preservation of classical rhetoric or his innovative force as a satirist, in either case what continues to interest casual … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB) [Canada]
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2018-01-02 12:31:34
Ensemble de 18 tomes en 7 forts volumes in-8, demi-maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs, couvertures conservés, petit fer doré de la librairie Dorbon frappé au pied de chaque dos. La couleur du premier et des deux derniers volumes et passée. Un plat du volume 6 est détaché. Exemplaire, exceptionnel complet.
Bookseller: Librairie Jean-Paul Delon [France, Marigny Saint-Marcel]
2017-12-20 14:24:28
INSTITORIS, (Henricus) and Jacobus SPRENGER.
Gothic type. 53 lines and headlines, spaces for 3 and 4 line initials, unrubricated. 2 cols. 145 leaves (of 146, without final blank). 4to (224 x 172 mm). Contemporary or later quarter vellum over contemp. wooden boards, title faintly lettered in ink on upper cover, hand-lettered paper spine label (soiled, small wormholes to vellum, clasp lacking). Old ownership entry Joannes Reinhard Knehorn and small pen drawing of an owl on title-page. From the collections of J.B. Holzinger, and of H.F. Norman with their printed book plates on inner front cover. In a cloth box. Nuremberg, Anton Koberger, 17 March 1494. First dated, and first Koberger edition of the world-famous and most notorious book on witchcraft and demonology, a revealing early document "in the history of psychiatry" (Norman) which remained for a very long time the standard work on witches, particularly in Germany. No book in the whole range of literature contains such a mass of pernicious and obscene imagination combined with theological and legal ingenuity as this monument of superstition, widely accepted for over 200 years. All 15 editions have become rare. This work is an important document of the inquisition by the Dominican and witch hunter Henricus Institoris (i.e. Krämer) with the alleged co-author Jacobus Sprenger. The authors Heinrich Krämer, latinized Institoris, together with Jakob Sprenger, were the first inquisitors of heresy and witchcraft appointed for Germany. They composed the present work "Malleus maleficarum" or "Hammer of Witches" as a manual for ecclesiastical judges persecuting witches, in acco … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hellmut Schumann
2017-11-30 15:36:44
QUINTE-CURCE Quintus Curtius Rufus (dit)
- Giovani Tacuino, Venise 1494, in-folio (22x33cm), (68 ff.) [sig. a8 d-l6], relié. - Molto rara prima edizione della Storia di Alessandro Magno Quinto Curzio recensito da Bartolomeo Merula che corresse, senza alterare il testo, errori nella prima edizione di Vindelin Speyer (1470 o 1471). Bella stampa Giovani Tacuino 46 righe per pagina in epoca romana, con il suo marchio nel colophon: "Hos Novem. D. Cur?ii libros de rebus gestis Alex?dri Magni Regis Macedonum q accuratissime castigatos eruditissimo [uro?] Bartholomaeo merula. Impressit Ioannes Venetiis alias Tridino Tacuinus. Anno. M.cccc xciiii. Die. xvii. Iulii "Una seconda edizione apparve nel 1496, con la stessa impaginazione. Graesse II, 310. GW, 7876. Brunet, 448. Triplice copia elencato in biblioteche europee a Göttingen, la British Library e l'Università di Cambridge. Il legame di tempo in mezzo camoscio su tavole di legno, torna con tre nervi cambiato e ricostruito in modo identico, fermagli rimane, due note scritte a mano sulle stoviglie. Iniziali lasciati vuoti. Wormholes sulle stoviglie, lavorare un po 'gli angoli più importanti. Gallerie a nessuna perdita di lettere. Una macchia di umidità marrone (con piccolo foro sul foglio k4) del foglio i4 alla fine del volume, un bagnante andando a dissolvenza K5 e K6 fogli, un margine minore nel foglio a4. Un piccolo mancanza di carta nel margine inferiore del foglio b2. Diversi ex-dono e manoscritti titoli secoli XV e XVI sulla prima guardia. Molte note, alcuni titoli marginali e sottolinea il tempo, in inchiostro rosso e marrone. Alcune note scritte a mano del tempo n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2017-11-25 18:33:14
HERODOTUS
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-11-25 18:33:14
HERODOTUS
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-11-25 18:33:14
HERODOTUS
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-11-25 18:33:14
HERODOTUS
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA [Tarzana, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-11-24 13:04:56
Larry Patrick Tilley (Autor), Hellmut Augustin-Voss (Mitwirkende), Maurice Bob (Mitwirkende), Eberhard Trautvetter (Mitwirkende)
Schlütersche Verlag. Als Praktiker erhalten Sie umsetzbare Anleitungen für die Interpretation von Elektrokardiogrammen. Dem EKG des gesunden Herzens werden pathologische EKG-Bilder gegenübergestellt und in leicht nachvollziehbaren Schritten ausgewertet. Mitarbeit Anpassung von: Hellmut Augustin-Voss, Maurice Bob, Eberhard Trautvetter Vorwort John D Bonagura, Larry P Tilley, Eberhard Trautvetter Zusatzinfo 1494 Abb. Maße 280 x 250 mm Einbandart Paperback ISBN-10 3-87706-522-8 / 3877065228 ISBN-13 978-3-87706-522-8 / 9783877065228 EKG bei Hund und Katze. Grundlagen. Auswertung und Therapie von Larry Patrick Tilley (Autor), Hellmut Augustin-Voss (Mitwirkende), Maurice Bob (Mitwirkende), Eberhard Trautvetter (Mitwirkende)
Bookseller: LLU-Bookservice
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