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2017-02-17 11:46:10
TRITHEMIUS (or TRITHEIM), Johannes
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-02-17 11:46:10
TRITHEMIUS (or TRITHEIM), Johannes
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-02-17 11:46:10
TRITHEMIUS (or TRITHEIM), Johannes
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-02-17 11:46:10
TRITHEMIUS (or TRITHEIM), Johannes
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-02-17 11:46:10
TRITHEMIUS (or TRITHEIM), Johannes
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-02-17 11:46:10
TRITHEMIUS (or TRITHEIM), Johannes
1494. 148 leaves, including the final blank), Roman letter (except for the two-line title in gothic type), 51 lines & headline, capital spaces with guide letters. Folio (290 x 188 mm.), late 17th-cent. panelled English speckled calf (rebacked with the orig. spine laid-down, minor staining to a few leaves in blank upper margins). Basel: J. Amerbach, 1494.First edition of the "first bibliography to be compiled as a practical work of reference."-Grolier Club, Bibliography, 7.Tritheim (1462-1516), one of the leading polymaths of his age, was appointed the 25th abbot of the monastery at Sponheim in 1483. "One of the first of his many self-imposed tasks was the reorganization and cataloguing of the monastic library, if one can call reorganization the process of transforming forty-eight mongrel volumes into a splendid collection of 2,000 printed books and manuscripts, many of great importance and rarity..."It was during the progress of this work, no doubt, as his exceptional knowledge of books caused inquiries frequently to be addressed to him, that he conceived the notion of compiling a new and ambitious bibliography of ecclesiastical writers. He began work in 1487, and by the spring of 1492 he was able to send the complete manuscript to the bishop of Worms. He then revised it, and in 1494 the Liber de scriptoribus ecclesiasticis, a folio of nearly 300 pages, issued from the Basle press of Johann Amerbach..."From Alexander, bishop of Cappadocia, down to himself, Tritheim sets out in chronological order nearly a thousand writers, largely but not exclusively ecclesiastical, g … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
2017-02-14 01:40:38
Uhland, Ludwig und Gustav Schwab. (Herausgeber).
Klein Oktav. 1 nn Blatt ( Inhalt), 226 Seiten, 1 Blatt Verbesserungen / corrections. Zeitgenössischer Pappband der Zeit. Gut erhalten, der Einband leicht bestossen, slightly bumped. Mit zeitgenössischen handschriftlichen Eintragungen auf dem Vorsatz zu Hölderlins Leben und der Eintragung "Halle Dr. Schwab", einem Onkel des Herausgebers. With the name "Halle Dr. Schwab" who was an uncle of the editor and contemporary notes in ink about his life, by a different person. Sehr seltene Erstaugabe. Seltene Erstausgabe seiner Gedichte. The first edition of Hoelderlins poems, one of the most important books of German literature, mainly with first prints (69) of his poems. At the end a fragment of "Empedokles". Mit dem schönen Titel-Motto: "Und wie du das Herz / der Pflanzen erfeuest, / Wenn Sie entgegen dir / Die zarten Armge strecken, / So hast Du mein Herz erfreut, / Vater Helios! und wie Endymion, / War ich dein Liebling, / Heilige Luna! / Fragment". - Borst collection 1494
Bookseller: J.J. Heckenhauer e.K.
2016-12-17 22:59:36
Sachs, Hans, Adelbert von Keller (Hrsg.) und Edmund Goetze (Hrsg.)
8 (17,5 - 22,5 cm). Orig.-Leinenbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln auf braunen -schildern. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Hans Sachs (1494-1576) war ein Nürnberger Spruchdichter, Meistersinger und Dramatiker. Vor allem seine Tätigkeit als Meistersinger machte ihn bei seinen Zeitgenossen bekannt. "Bis 1567 verfaßte er nahezu 4300 Meisterlieder, etwa die Hälfte davon geistliche. [...] Die Produktion von fast 130 Komödien und Tragödien begann 1527 mit dem Trauerspiel Lucretia, das in Kürze und Gestaltung dem Fastnachtspiel ähnlich ist und eines von deren zentralen Themen, Geschlechterverhältnis und Sexualmoral, aufgreift. Im Anschluß an die etwa gleichzeitig aufkommenden lateinischen Schuldramen erhielten die Schauspiele später Akteinteilung und deutlichere szenische Gliederung. Doch bleiben zwischen dramatisch durchgestalteten Szenen Elemente eines Erzählens mit verteilten Rollen, Zeitsprünge werden in Kauf genommen. Wie bei vielen protestantischen Dramatikern der Zeit galt Sach's Augenmerk biblischen, v. a. alttestamentlichen Stoffen. [...] Während die Meisterlieder nur handschriftlich weitergegeben wurden, konnten die übrigen Texte als Einzeldrucke verbreitet werden. Die Masse dieser Texte wurde allerdings erst allgemein zugänglich, seit 1558-79 fünf Bände der Nürnberger Folio-Ausgabe erschienen, die ersten drei in mehreren Auflagen. [...] Bei seinem Tod war Sachs in ganz Deutschland berühmt, in der Barockzeit dagegen verpönt. Wieland, Goethe und die Romantiker entdeckten ihn neu." (Quelle: ADB 30, 113-128) - "Einzige Gesamtausgabe der Spruchdichtungen (Spruchgedichte, Komö … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat-Kretzer
2016-12-13 12:23:47
Wolff, Christian
Standort: M10820 8vo. Ganzpergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel und Dreiseitenrotschnitt. Frontispiz und 7 Bl. Titelei und Vorrede, 1494 Spalten zweispaltig gesetzt, 29 Bl. Register mit vielen Figuren in Holzschnitt. Im vorderen Vorsatz mehrere gelöschte Vorbesitzereinträge. Gutes Expl. Poggendorff II, 1355 Bibl. Dt. Mus., Libri rari 305 Cantor III, 271.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Carl Wegner
2016-12-12 18:42:56
Summenhart, Konrad.
8. 80 nn. Bll. (das letzte weiß) (Got. Typ., 2 Kol., 39 Zeilen), Mod. HPgmt. Einziger Druck zweier jeweils am 24. Dezember 1494 bzw. 1495 in Tübingen gehaltener theologischer Vorträge gleichzeitig eines der ersten in Tübingen gedruckten Bücher des Tübinger Erstdruckers Johann Otmar, der hier erst seit März 1498 tätig war. - Der Theologe, Kanonist und Naturphilosoph Konrad Summenhart (1458-1502), viermaliger Rektor der Universität Tübingen, gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Gelehrten seiner Zeit. - Das Werk schließt mit drei Gedichten von Heinrich Bebel, wovon das letzte in der Übertragung von Hans Widmann (in: Tübingen als Verlagsstadt, S. 13) lautet: Geh nur, mein Buch, und biete dich freiwillig denen, die kommen, An, und keinem auch soll unbekannt bleiben dies Werk. Laß die Gefilde von Tübingen hinter dir, andre zu suchen Achte der Spötter nur nicht und nicht der bösen Kritik. - Etw. gebräunt bzw. fleckig. Einige tlw. durchg. Wurmspuren. Tlw. wasserrandig. - BMC III, 702 Goff S-867 GW M44551 Hain/C. 15181 Steiff, Der erste Buchdruck in Tübingen, Nr. 4.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-12-08 13:50:22
[Pseudo] Bernardus Claravallensis
Venice: Bernardinus Benalius, 1494 Third edition. Small 8vo (154 x 104 mm). 106 unnumb. lvs. Contemporary limp vellum. Illustrated with a full page woodcut engraving. Good copy. Binding bit stained, creased, rubbed and slightly worn. Only some light soiling and a few stains to first few leaves, otherwise fine. The engraving - apart from a few minor spots in the margin - in fine condition. Provenance: Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica, with its ex-libris on pastedown. A rare incunable with a beautiful full page engraving with a fine provenance. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2016-11-10 22:36:11
Louis XII, King of France (1462-1515).
1494. Large oblong 8vo. ¾ p. With address. Written as Duc d'Orleans to the Duc de Bar, thanking him and giving him instructions: "[...] 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 [...]". - Counter-signed by Jean Coterau, treasurer to Louis XI, Charles VIII, and Louis XII. One day previously, the army of King Charles VIII of France had crossed Mont Ginèvre and thus started the French army's first Italian campaign for the Kingdom of Naples, marking the beginning of the Italian wars, which were to last until 1559. Charles had detached Louis with an army of 10,000 men which were to support the efforts of the fleet. The French fleet defeated the Neapolitans, and on Sept. 8, four days after the writing of the present letter, the Duke achieved a decisive victory over the Neapolitan troops, which had landed at Rapallo east of Genoa. - Some brownstaining and with insignificant paper defects, some touching the signatures. Traces of a seal; slight edge damage.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-09-24 09:19:21
BRONCKHORST, Jan van (Johann NOVIOMAGUS).
Ad 1: Smith, Rara arithmetica, p. 197; Typ. Batava 827 (1 copy); WorldCat (same copy); ad 2: Bierens de Haan 4389; STCN (8 copies); ad 3: Bierens de Haan 4148; STCN (7 copies). Second recorded copy of the fourth edition, the first published in the Netherlands, of a pioneering work on number systems and arithmetic. It discusses Roman numerals, Greek numerals (which use the letters of the alphabet), our modern Hindoo-Arabic numerals, a finger notation (with a full-page woodcut) and a supposed Chaldean (Syriac-Aramaic) system of linear symbols. It also describes and illustrates the use of an abacus. Jan van Bronckhorst (1494-1570), born in Nijmegen and therefore known as Johann Noviomagus, studied at Rostok and became Rector of the famous Latin school at Deventer. He probably arranged for the printing of the present Deventer edition for use at his own school.Bound with it are first editions of two early 17th-century works on numbers, especially on ancient monetary systems, both printed and published by Plantin's grandsons in Leiden. Snellius (1580-1626) professor of mathematics at Leiden, discusses the weights and values of coins of Greek, Roman and biblical antiquity. Scaliger, the leading scholar of his day, helped to break out of the traditional view of antiquity that centred on Greek and Roman classical civilizations. He never published his present work on ancient Greek and Roman monetary systems, so Snellius saw it through the press after his death.Very good copies, with corners torn off two leaves in the Bronckhorst, not approaching the text.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2016-09-23 22:39:51
Strabo
Venice, Giovanni Rosso, 24 April 1494. Super-chancery 2° (314 x 209mm). Roman and Greek types, initial spaces. Late 18th-century vellum, flat spine titled in gilt. Fine copy. Small neat marginal tear to bottom of last leaf, single wormhole to last two gatherings, very light soiling. The Geographia “marked the first attempt to assemble all available geographical knowledge into a single treatise” (DSB). Third Venetian edition of the Geography, Strabo’s only surviving work: a geographical encyclopaedia of the known world. In book 5 Strabo recognises that the land of Vesuvius and Aetna share the same ashy soil suitable for vines: “Above these places lies Mt. Vesuvius, which, save for its summit, has dwellings all round, on farm-lands that are absolutely beautiful. As for the summit, a considerable part of it is flat, but all of it is unfruitful, and looks ash-coloured, and it shows pore-like cavities in masses of rock that are soot-coloured on the surface, these masses of rock looking as though they had been eaten out by fire; and hence one might infer that in earlier times this district was on fire and had craters of fire, and then, because the fuel gave out, was quenched. Perhaps, too, this is the cause of the fruitfulness of the country all round the mountain; just as at Catania, it is said, that part of the country which had been covered with ash-dust from the hot ashes carried up into the air by the fire of Aetna made the land suited to the vine”. He states that the entire region along the coast of Southern Italy is part of a linked system … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-09-23 22:39:51
Strabo
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-09-19 17:40:24
Imbert (Jean) [Guenois (Pierre) ; Automne (Bernard)]
In-4° relié pleine basane, dos à cinq nerfs ornés de fleurons dorés, titre à l'or sur pièce rouge ; 1 :12 feuillets non chiffrés, 14 pagesde tableaux dont quatre dépliants (sur deux feuillets recto-verso), 750 pages. 2 : 6 feuillets non chiffrés, 226 pages, 14 feuillets non chiffrés. Coins un peu usés et coiffe supérieure abimée ; sinon bon exemplaire à la reliure solide et à l'intérieur frais. Jean IMBERT est né près de La Rochelle, à THAIRÉ vers 1494. Imbert (Jean) [Guenois (Pierre) ; Automne (Bernard)] 1-La Practique Judiciaire tant Civile que Criminelle, receue et observée par tout le Royaume de France. Composée par M. Jean IMBERT, Lieutenant Criminel au siège Royal de Fontenay le Comte. Illustrée et enrichie de plusieurs doctes, Commentaires, Interprétations & Annotations, extraictes tant du mesme Aucteur que des Docteurs & Practiciens, tant anciens que modernes, Edicts, Ordonnances, & Arrests des Cours de Parlements . Par M. Pierre GUENOIS, Conseiller du Roy & Lieutenant Particulier au Siège & Ressort d'Yssoudun en Berry, & B. AUTOMNE. Préface sur les Institutions forenses ou practique Judiciaire, translatée de Latin en François. Table Méthodique contenant le sommaire de tout l'Estat, & Gouvernement de la Justice & Police de France, extraicte des Mémoires, & Registres de M. Nicolas BERGERON, Advocat au Parlement de Paris, & par lui reveue & enrichie. 2- Enchiridion ou brief Recueil du Droict Escrit, Gardé et Observé, ou Abrogé en France ; par M. Jean Imbert, Lieutenant Criminel au siège de Fontenay le Comte. Reveu, corrigé, augmenté et additionné par M. P. GUENOIS Co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arcala Livres Anciens [France, Clermont-Ferrand]
2016-09-19 06:14:22
RICHARDUS DE SANCTO VICTORE.
2 ouvrages en un vol. in-8 (132 mm) de a-i8, [1] f; 1 f. bl., (soit 74 ff.) et a-r8, s4, t8 (soit 148 ff), reliure bâloise du milieu du XVIe siècle vélin estampé, dos à nerfs, restes d attaches Joli incunable bâlois imprimé en lettres gothiques sur 27 lignes, rubriqué à l encre bleue ou rouge. Le premier possesseur a peint son blason au bas de la page de titre: d azur à un branchage de fleurs d or. Hain-Copinger, 13912*.- Pellechet, 10134.- Polain, 3356.- Indice dei incunabuli, 8367, 8368.- Proctor, 7603.- Brit. Mus., cat., III, 756.- Goff, R-194.- Aucun exemplaire au Japon, un seul exemplaire aux Pays-Bas (La Haye), un seul à Paris (BnF).Tres beau livre, condition irreprochable.
Bookseller: OSLO RARE BOOKS [Norway, Flekkefjord]
2016-09-09 20:04:17
GREEK ANTHOLOGY
Florence: Lorenzo (son of Francesco) di Alopa, 1494. Median 4to (226 x 162 mm).Collation: [Greek type:] A-O AA-KK8; [LL]8 (A1r blank, A1v Greek alphabet and diphthongs, title and table of contents, A2r-KK8v text; [LL]1r Lascaris' verse epilogue in Greek, [LL]v-7v editor's dedicatory letter to Piero de' Medici in Latin, [LL]7v Latin colophon, [LL]8 blank). 280 leaves. Types: 5a and 5b:114Gk (text) and 116R (dedication). 28 lines. Spaces for initials. Irregular line-endings. Occasional light foxing, small marginal dampstain in last quire. Bound ca. 1800 in red morocco gilt for the Duke of Roxburghe, sides panelled with triple gilt fillets, Roxburghe arms stamped at center, spine gilt lettered, edges gilt (a few small scrapes, slightly rubbed), maroon morocco-backed folding case. Provenance: contemporary marginal and interlinear annotations in Greek; a few later marginalia (one note, on N5v, shaved); John, third Duke of Roxburghe (1740-1804), binding, purchased from Molini, Paris, for £17.17, May 1789 (note in red ink on first blank page), Roxburghe sale, 1812, lot 2354, £14.5; George W. Fitzwilliam of Milton Hall, Peterborough, bookplate, sale, Sotheby's, 29 April 1918, lot 19, to Quaritch; C.S. Ascherson (bookplate); Viscount Mersey, Bignor Park bookplate, sale Christie's, 27 November 1991, lot 4, to Carlo Alberto Chiesa; sale, Christie's London 29 November 2000, lot 39, to Pierre Berès.*** Editio Princeps of the Planudean Anthology, the first of Lorenzo di Alopa's important series of Greek editions. First issue with the editor's dedicatory letter to Piero de' Medici, a v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
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2016-09-08 20:08:27
Vergilius Maro, Publius.
Venedig, Damianus de Gorgonzola, 15. Juni 1494. Fol. 4 nn., 214 num. Bll. (Got. Typ., 66 Zeilen), Mod. HPgmt. Das erste Bl. (a1) m. großem Ausriß (fehlt ca. das halbe Blatt; der gedruckte zweizeilige Titel auf diesem Blatt vorhanden, jedoch auf der Verso-Seite Textverlust). Titel ausserdem m. alten Besitzvermerken u. mont. Bibl.-Nummernschildchen. Die beiden folgenden Bll. m. größeren Ausrissen am unteren Rand (ohne Textverlust). Am Beginn zwölf Bll. mit jeweils vier Siegelwachsspuren (dienten wohl zur Befestigung wieder entfernter „Notizzettel“), dadurch einige Buchstaben überdeckt. Ecken bestoßen u. tlw. (bes. bei den ersten Bll.) m. Läsuren. Zahlr. alte Marginalien (tlw. intensiv, auch zwischen den gedruckten Textzeilen). Unterschiedlich, tlw. stärker gebräunt u. fleckig. Kopfsteg durchg. (und gegen Ende auch der seitliche Rand) wasserrandig. - Sehr seltene, bis auf das etwa zur Hälfte fehlende Titelblatt vollständige Inkunabel, jedoch mit stärkeren Gebrauchsspuren. - GW M49838; Copinger 6058; Proctor 5518; Madsen 4113; Oates 2144; ISTC iv00180400; IGI 10225; BSB-Ink V-130. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Vergilius Maro, Opera. (Mit Kommentaren von Servius Honoratus, Marius), Inkunabel, Inkunabeln, Frühdrucke
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-09-07 15:45:35
APPIANUS Alexandrinus
Mazzali Francesco, 1494. in - folio, ff. 136 n.n. (privo dell'ultimo bianco), car. romano; legatura del XVII secolo in pergamena, tassello con titolo in oro al dorso liscio. 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; un suo parente, Alberto de Mazalibus, aveva introdotto la stampa a Reggio Emilia pochi anni prima. Seconda edizione del De bellis civilibus, la parte più importante di ciò che ci è giunto degli scritti di Appiano. L'opera di Appiano, storico greco vissuto a Roma nel II sec. d.C., ebbe il merito di mutare l'usuale struttura annalistica della storiografia romana, dividendola sistematicamente per argomenti: in questa prima parte in cinque libri, narra la storia interna di Roma dal 133 al 35 a.C. Importante edizione per la storia della tipografia di Regio Emilia. Ottimo esemplare, con belle annotazioni di mano coeva nei marginalia. Al titolo antico timbro ripetuto color seppia della famiglia Colonna con inziali "IC".
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-23 00:06:21
PARMA
Impressa Angeli Ugoleti civis parmensis Hilarii Ugoleti filii diligenti cura & opera solerti... anno ...1494 xvi Kal. Octob. 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: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2016-08-23 00:06:21
STRABO
(Rubeus), 1494. in - folio (mm 314 x 209), ff. 166, numerati dal 18 al 166 come II - CL (*8, 2*8, a - r6, *6, s - z6, e6); bella legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena, sul piatto anteriore super libros di Carlo Giacinto Caissotti di Chiusano (collezione andata dispersa alla sua morte nel 1831), dorso con titolo su tassello colorato, capitelli passanti, tagli tinti di blu. Testo in car. romano e greco su una colonna di 61 ll. Lettere guida segnano l'incipit delle varie parti del testo, una sola iniziale silografica al f. 2*8v. Si tratta della traduzione latina, edita da Antonius Mancinellus, del più vasto e pregevole trattato di geografia dell'antichità greca (I sec a.C.); considerata la prima opera di geografia politica ed etnica. L'edizione originale di tale opera venne stampata a Roma nel 1469 e riedita sei volte nel corso del XV secolo. Note di provenienza: sul primo risguardo anteriore e al f. 2recto (annotazioni della Biblioteca dei Cappuccini di Cuneo). Bellissimo esemplare a pieni margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Super - chancery 2° (314 x 209mm). Roman and Greek types, initial spaces. (Small neat marginal tear to bottom of last leaf, single wormhole to last two gatherings, very light soiling.) Late 18th - century vellum, flat spine titled in gilt, 'Calssotti' (?) stamped on front cover. Provenance: Cuneo, Capuchin convent, 18th - century gift inscription - - ?owner's name stamped in gilt on upper board. The Geographia ''marked the first attempt to assemble all available geographical knowledge into a single treatise''
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-19 05:56:28
Seneca Lucio Anneo
[Pierre Le Dru] pro Claudio Jaumar, 27 marzo 1494. In - 8° imperiale (210x140mm), ff. 196 (numerati I - CLXXXVIII con frequenti errori di numerazione), fascinosa legatura coeva in piena pergamena ricavata da un manoscritto trecentesco latino, con testo rubricato in rosso e nero e iniziali rubricate in rosso e in azzurro. Testo in delizioso carattere semigotico disposto su 28 linee; spazi guida per i capilettera. Indice finale; explicit al colophon. Alcune note manoscritte di mano coeva. Sparse bruniture ed aloni. Sottolineature e manicule vergate da mano rinascimentale. Mancano 8 fogli (nn. XVII - XXIV). Rarissimo incunabolo parigino delle lettere senechiane a Lucilio impresso dal Jaumar per conto di Pierre Le Dru. Dell'edizione esistono due tirature; la presente, con la sola menzione al colophon del Jaumar, ed un'altra, del tutto identica, salvo per la menzione congiunta, sempre al colophon, del libraio Durand Gerlier. Goff, S - 381 (2 sole copie in America). Hain Copinger, 5349. CR(Suppl), 5349. Polain (B), 3484. CIBN, S - 190. CRF, V, 843. ISTC is00381000. Cfr. C.A. Webb, Pierre Le Dru: A Correction to 'A Correction to Copinger'" in The Library, 5th Series, 25, (1970), pp. 248 - 249. Manca al BMC. 11 copie in ISTC, di cui 3 lacunose. Latino
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2016-08-19 01:33:30
CAVALCA Domenico
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''.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-17 15:55:29
QUINTE - CURCE Quintus Curtius Rufus (dit)
Giovani Tacuino, 1494. - 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 no … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-05-25 15:58:50
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. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-05-07 16:35:14
GERSON Johannes
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-07 07:10:52
STRABO
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-03-29 21:47:23
TIBERTI, Antioco (Cesena, 1445-Rimini, 1500 ca.)
Tiberti Antioco, - In 8vo (cm 14,5); pergamena rigida posteriore, dorso con tassello e titolo in oro; pp. 138 [i.e. 139], (5, di cui l'ultima bianca). Con quattro figure in legno di mani e varie figure chiromantiche, zodiacali e planetarie nel testo. Capilettera e testate incise. Lieve brunitura uniforme, ma ottima copia.RARA SECONDA EDIZIONE (la prima di Bologna del 1494 è conosciuta in pochissimi esemplari ed è praticamente introvabile) di quello che G. Sabbatini (Bio-bibliografia chiromantica, Reggio Emilia, 1946, pp. 92-94) considera elaquo;il primo trattato veramente organico di chiromanzia. I più noti e celebri autori di opere chiromantiche sono tutti posteriori al Tiberti ed hanno tutti attinto, più o meno, all'opera del nostro autore. Nella sua Chyromantia è oltremodo interessante la difesa della scienza della mano dalle opinioni degli Stoici e sono curiose le ragioni che adduce per provare che la chiromanzia è una scienza. Nella disposizione dei sette pianeti sulla mano e di qualche linea esso si allontana notevolmente dal sistema usato dai suoi predecessori. Il latino del Tiberti è piano, facile e con periodi brevi. L'edizione originale è del 1494. È stata ristampata nel 1538 e nel 1541 e non è stata tradotta in nessuna lingua. Ho potuto riscontrare l'edizione originale con le due ristampe ed ho rilevato circa duecento differenze fra la prima e la seconda e oltre trecento fra la prima e la terza. Da ciò appare evidente che le due ristampe non sono tratte dall'originale, ma da manoscritti poco leggibili. Non figurando nell'edizione del "38 il nome del Tiberti sul f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas
2016-03-26 23:16:07
(INCUNABLE). FERRARIENSIS, Johannes
Venice, Matteo Capcasa (di Codeca), per Hieronymus Blondus, 19 December, 1494. 30,6 x 22,1 cm. Bound in morocco-backed boards around 1800-1850, with title label, a bit worn at the sides. Bookplate of Thomas South and of the BPhH. 72 leaves. Title printed in RED, with printer's mark and decorated woodcut initials. Handwritten notes on title page and flyleaves.* Broad-margined theological work. With a large metalcut initial 'N' and 3 large woodcut initials (C, M and B) plus numerous smaller woodcut or metalcut initials. Title page printed in red with a list of the essays contained in this book and a phoenix. Goff J313.
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2016-03-19 07:52:59
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 Âœuvres 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 des … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2016-02-19 20:41:49
Quintus Curtius Rufus (dit) QUINTE-CURCE
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2016-01-16 14:54:32
Sulpitius, Joannes (ed.); Vegetius, Flavius; Frontinus, Sextus Julius; Modestus;Tacticus, Aelianus
Eucharius Silber 24 October - 3 November 1494, Rome. 4to (209 x 155 mm). Collation: a-p4 q6 r-x4 y2 (lacks A-D4 Onosander). 40 lines and headline. Type: 10:81R. Woodcut capitals, initial spaces with printed guide-letters. 16th-century brown morocco elaborately gilt, central arabesque framed by fillets in gilt and blind in triangular design, small angel tools, within a wide gilt arabesque border (rebacked, some repairs to edges). First edition of this collection edited by Joannes Sulpitius, lacking the last tract. Silber had previously printed editions of Vegetius, Frontinus, Aelianus and Modestus in 1487, which were available either together or individually. HC *15915; BMC IV: 116; IGI 8851; IDL 4069; CIBN S-172. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-11-30 19:21:13
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. The Latin text describes the taking of the city of Liege by the Duke Charles of Burgundy, and the King of Hungary Matthias who took the Turkish fortress of Sabatz. A very detailed image of the fortress shows, '[the] fortress [...] was protected with wood and earth works, surrounded with towers and moats, and manned with many people. It was surrounded with wooden hedges and sharp posts, and the walls were built of wood.' The verso describes Pope Sixtus IV of the Year of Christ 1471, and Pope Innocent VIII of the Year of Christ 1484 with two small images. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w with red accents in text, tide mark at top of page by tit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-29 19:13:04
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
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2015-11-29 19:13:04
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. This page has two beautiful images on front and verso - too difficult to decide which is more interesting. Recto side describes Thrace or Thracia which "is a vast province or country. To the East is the Euxine Sea, to the South the Aegean, the river Strymon and the Macedonian plains; to the North is the Danube, and to the West the Paeonian Mountains, Hungary and the Save." The image is very detailed with a twisted tree in the foreground and many buildings in three walled clusters separated by hills. Text continues on the verso describing the heresies against the Christian faith that took place in Thrace "the one that endured the longest was th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-29 00:00:40
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
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2015-11-29 00:00:40
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA [Garrison, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-11-28 09:12:51
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
Anton Koberger, Germany, 1494. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text.This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative.This page has two beautiful images on front and verso - too difficult to decide which is more interesting. Recto side describes Thrace or Thracia which "is a vast province or country. To the East is the Euxine Sea, to the South the Aegean, the river Strymon and the Macedonian plains; to the North is the Danube, and to the West the Paeonian Mountains, Hungary and the Save." The image is very detailed with a twisted tree in the foreground and many buildings in three walled clusters separated by hills. Text continues on the verso describing the heresies against the Christian faith that took place in Thrace "the one that endured the longest was that concerning the exit of the Holy Ghost" and the entrance … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA [Garrison, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-11-25 16:05:34
Louis XII, King of France (1462-1515).
Genoa, 4 Sept. [1494]. Large oblong 8vo. ¾ p. With address. Written as Duc d'Orleans to the Duc de Bar, thanking him and giving him instructions: "[.] 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 [.]". - Counter-signed by Jean Coterau, treasurer to Louis XI, Charles VIII, and Louis XII. One day previously, the army of King Charles VIII of France had crossed Mont Ginèvre and thus started the French army's first Italian campaign for the Kingdom of Naples, marking the beginning of the Italian wars, which were to last until 1559. Charles had detached Louis with an army of 10,000 men which were to support the efforts of the fleet. The French fleet defeated the Neapolitans, and on Sept. 8, four days after the writing of the present letter, the Duke achieved a decisive victory over the Neapolitan troops, which had landed at Rapallo east of Genoa. - Some brownstaining and with insignificant paper defects, some touching the signatures. Traces of a seal; slight edge damage. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-11-11 18:08:01
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
Germany:: Anton Koberger,. ca 1460-1494.. First edition. Otherwise very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into seven ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unprecedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. This 4th age print is of Bizantium, with a smaller wood block of a man playing chess. Bononia (now Bologna) is on the verso. Bizantium is a walled city by the water with King Solomon's Temple prominent, with insets of kings on the left, including Nebuchadnezzar & Xerxes along with latin text. Bononia on verso sports many buildings and sailing ships. Approximately 11 1/2 x 17", b & w, slt dusty at edges and scant fox spotting on right edge, just barely touching right edge of image. Some marks at top of page by text.
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2015-11-07 22:00:59
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
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2015-11-07 22:00:59
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. The folio side is all text with the following headings: The Distinction Between Celestial and Elementary Orbits; The Distinction of the Celestial Hierarchies; Of Time or Of the Ages. The verso depicts the First Age of the World with a large image of the Creator kneeling near Eve who is emerging from Adam's right side. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, slt ruffled at lower edge, not affecting text, slt dusty.
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2015-11-07 17:11:47
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA [Garrison, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-11-06 12:08:33
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
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2015-11-06 12:08:33
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
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2015-11-06 12:08:33
Schedel, Hartmann; Wolgemuth, Michel and Pleydenwurff, Wilhelm (ills)
Germany: Anton Koberger, 1494. First edition. Very good condition. This work by Schedel [1440-1514] is an illustrated world history which is based on the Bible, which follows the story of human history related in the Bible and includes the histories of a number of important Western cities. Written in Latin by Hartmann Schedel it appeared in 1493. It is a well documented incunabulum, one of the first to successfully combine illustrations and text. This epic history divides human history into 7 ages. Published and printed by Anton Koberger, the godfather of Albrecht Durer and the most successful German publisher of his day. The woodcut illustrations were made in the workshop of Michael Wolgemut [1434 - 1519], with an unpredcedented number of 1,809 illustrations. These woodblocks include views of cities and towns, battles, kings, and saints. Some images represent actual cities, and other images are purely imaginative. "So much blood was spilled that it ran through the city in rivulets." This print describes the taking of Constantinopole by the Turks. The image is of a large city with water (or blood) flowing from it and around it. The verso has text and three small images of Suncassianus, King of Persia; John Capistrano; Francesco Filelfo of Ancona, and text only of religious man Leonardo de Utino. Approximately 12 x 17 1/4", b & w, ruffled on one edge not affecting text. Very clean.
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