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2018-06-28 17:32:06
Suetonius Tranquillus, Caius; Beroaldo, Filippo; Sabellico, Antonio; Victor, Sextus Aurelius.
Per Simonen [sic] cognomento Bevilaqua Papiensem, Venetiis (Simon Bevilaqua, Venice), 1496. [354] leaves. Woodcut initial letters. Latin text surrounded by extensive notes and commentary. Folio. 300 mm. Old vellum backed marbled boards binding. Collates complete. Armorial bookplate of Sir Henry Edward Bunbury 7th Baronet (1778-1860), son of the famed caricaturist Henry William Bunbury. He was a distinguished British soldier and historian. Old damp stain and a slightly damaged first leaf. Stains continue through the first signature, and sometimes elsewhere, but not obtrusive. Stain and loss on the last four leaves. The printer's mark has a poor old repair that does diminish it's attractiveness. Still, a very typical classical work of the Incunabula era. Hardbound. Good. Suetonius (ca. 69-122 AD) was a Roman historian who was the private secretary of Emperor Hadrian. His work, De vita Caesarum [Concerning the Lives of the (Twelve) Caesars] survives almost in full. For each Emperor he tells a tale of each life that includes: their appearance; omens; family history; quotes; and then significant events. He covers: Julius Caesar; Augustus; Tiberius; Caligula; Claudius; Nero; Galba; Otho; Vitellius; Vespian; Titus; and Domitian. His work provides the best available history of the Julio-Claudians 30 B.C.-68 A.D. and the Flavians 69-96 A.D. In these records he does little to hide the sexual activities or moral depravity of the Roman court. and this element has made it an all-time best seller. Goff S-827; Hain-Copinger 15128; BMC V p. 521. CHEST 2/1
Bookseller: Bookshop Family Album [US]
2018-06-22 06:47:39
Hennegau / Hainault].
Bouvignies bei Ath, 4. XII. 1496. Mittelfranzösische Bastarda auf Pergament. 48 Zeilen. Gefaltet, ca. 30 x 24 cm. Vor dem Bürgermeister von Bouvignies bei Ath (Hainaut/Hennegau, heute Belgien), M. Deleuze, dem dortigen Obergericht und den Schöffen geschlossener Vertrag: Jaspart Ysacq aus Ath und sein Sohn Hanin vermachen Denis Beurelin aus Bouvignies aus freien Stücken und auf Lebenszeit gegen eine Rente einen halben Hektar Land, das Ysacq in Bouvignies, nahe dem Wald von Remonquesnoit, besitzt. Das Grundstück ist auf der einen Seite begrenzt durch den dorthin führenden Weg, auf einer anderen Seite durch den Weg nach Bigode und schließlich durch die Güter von Jacquemin Beurelin: "Jaspart hysacq en la ville dath et avoecq lui hanin Son filz quil heult de deffuncte Juliane de le plancq [.] de leurs pure et bonne voulentet et Sans constrainte nulle dirent et congnetrent quilz avoient donnet et mis a rente et ferme main tousiours perpetuelement A denis beurelin manouvries demorant en ladite ville de bouvegnies la estant present Liertaige de demi bonnier de terre ou environ [.]". Denis Beurelin verpflichtet sich ferner, binnen eines Jahres auf dem Grundstück ein Steingebäude mit Gebälk zu errichten. Er und seine Nachkommen verpflichten sich gegenüber Ysacq und seinen Nachkommen zur Zahlung einer jährlichen Summe von 26 Sols, leistbar jeweils zur Hälfte am Johannistag und am Weihnachtstag. Die erste Zahlung soll am kommenden Johannistag 1497 erfolgen. - Sollten Beurelin und seine Erben diese Rente von 26 Sols einmal nicht mehr zahlen können und sind drei aufeinanderfolgende Zahlu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-06-06 12:55:11
Thomas von Aquin:
Nürnberg, Koberger, 15.I, 1496. 194 (letztes leer), 188 (letztes leer), 247 Bl.. Mit drei goldgehöhten Initialen, rot eingemalten Initialen (manche auch blau) und durchgehend in Rot rubriziert. 2° (31x21 cm). Kalbslederbände d. Z. auf Holzdeckeln, 3 Bünde, reiche Blindprägung, Messingseck- und -mittelstücke, Schließen. Zweispaltiger Druck in 62 Zeilen und mit gotischer Type. 3 Eckbeschläge und 3 Schließen fehlen; etwas berieben; Fehlstellen auf Deckel und an den Rücken professionell restauriert; 1 Rücken erneuert; hs. Bandbezeichnung auf dem Vorderschnitt. Ränder teils gebräunt und etwas fleckig; im Bug mit Feuchtigkeitsrand; teils kleine Wurmlöcher, einige alte Anmerkungen und Unterstreichungen. Trotz der Mängel ein beeindruckendes Exemplar durch die gotische Blindprägung mit Streicheisen, Roll- und Plattenstempel. Thomas konnte das Werk mit seinem dritten Teil, der hier nicht vorhanden ist, nicht vollenden. GW M 46440; ISTC it 00196000.
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2018-05-26 21:15:47
JEROME, Saint
1496 Saint Jerome of Vulgate Bible Church History Incunable + Lupo Oliveto FOLIO “When the stomach is full, it is easy to talk of fasting.” ¬– Jerome, Epistle 58 Saint Jerome was a 4th-century, early church father. While he was most known for his translation of the Bible, he also wrote a collection of letters which are now known his ‘Epistles.’ These letters were written on a variety of topics, but most of them were written as warnings against sin and detestable devices such as sexual immorality within the clergy, clothing advised for virgins, gluttony and fasting, and laboring over Biblical texts. These letters were written to and from important men and women of the church such as Augustine, Theophilus, Heliodorus, and the Popes. This 1496 edition was published in Venice by Giovanni Rosso and is an impressive folio printing. It also includes the ‘Regula monachorum ex Epistolis Hieronymi excerpta’ which is attributed to Lupo de Oliveto. This shorter work is often found as an anonymous work entitled “Aureola ex floribus S. Hieronymi contexta”. Item number: #3452 Price: $9500 JEROME, Saint Epistolae Sancti Hieronymi. Venetiarum [Venezia] : Emendatum & impressum est per Joannem rubeum Vercellensem, 7. Januar-12. Juli 1496 Details: • Foliation: Complete with all leaves o [6], [8], 9-164; 165-324; 325-390 o Colophon placed at the bottom of the verso of leaf 164 (2D6)  ‘Divi Hieronymi epistolae. Partis primae volume feliciter finit. Die.vii.Ianuarii. M.CCCC.XCVI. o Signatures: pi⁶ a-u⁸ x⁴ A-2C⁸ 2D⁶ 2E⁸ 2F⁶ • References: Goff H 175 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-04-22 22:27:21
Suetonius Tranquillus, Caius; Beroaldo, Filippo; Sabellico, Antonio; Victor, Sextus Aurelius.
Per Simonen [sic] cognomento Bevilaqua Papiensem, Venetiis (Simon Bevilaqua, Venice), 1496. [354] leaves. Woodcut initial letters. Latin text surrounded by extensive notes and commentary. Folio. 300 mm. Old vellum backed marbled boards binding. Collates complete. Armorial bookplate of Sir Henry Edward Bunbury 7th Baronet (1778-1860), son of the famed caricaturist Henry William Bunbury. He was a distinguished British soldier and historian. Old damp stain and a slightly damaged first leaf. Stains continue through the first signature, and sometimes elsewhere, but not obtrusive. Stain and loss on the last four leaves. The printer's mark has a poor old repair that does diminish it's attractiveness. Still, a very typical classical work of the Incunabula era. Hardbound. Good. Suetonius (ca. 69-122 AD) was a Roman historian who was the private secretary of Emperor Hadrian. His work, De vita Caesarum [Concerning the Lives of the (Twelve) Caesars] survives almost in full. For each Emperor he tells a tale of each life that includes: their appearance; omens; family history; quotes; and then significant events. He covers: Julius Caesar; Augustus; Tiberius; Caligula; Claudius; Nero; Galba; Otho; Vitellius; Vespian; Titus; and Domitian. His work provides the best available history of the Julio-Claudians 30 B.C.-68 A.D. and the Flavians 69-96 A.D. In these records he does little to hide the sexual activities or moral depravity of the Roman court. Goff S-827; Hain-Copinger 15128; BMC V p. 521. CHEST 2/1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: FAMILY ALBUM, ABAA [Kinzers, PA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-18 23:11:22
Deux miniatures sur vélin - l’une représentant « Job sur son fumier » (7,5 x 5, 5 cm) placée dans un petit encadrement mouluré doré ; la seconde « La mort de Job » (8,2 x 6 cm) dans un encadrement moderne. Ces miniatures apparentées au maître de Jacques de Besançon, sont extraites des Vigiles des Mors imprimé par Verard entre 1496 et 1498. Antoine Verard, probablement le plus important imprimeur parisien de la fin du XVe siècle, travaillait pour la cours de France, il réservait deux et parfois trois exemplaires imprimés sur peau de vélin de ces livres à destination du roi de France ou de ses proches. Ces exemplaires royaux étaient recomposés afin de laisser un espace occupé par des peintures qui n’existent pas dans les exemplaires commercialisés. En ce qui concerne ce texte, deux exemplaires imprimés sur vélin sont répertoriés, l’un au musée Condé de Chantilly (Impr. 1956, alias XII. F. 44) et l’autre à la réserve de la Bibliothèque nationale (OE XV 847). Ces deux fragments proviennent donc d’un troisième exemplaire, démembré à une date incertaine et correspondent aux folios i4v et p4v de l’exemplaire détenu par la collection du musée de Chantilly. Les intéressantes variantes constatées entre ces miniatures et celles du musée Condé de Chantilly permettent de juger de la liberté que s’accordaient les enlumineurs selon la personnalité des commanditaires. On peut observer par exemple dans l’exemplaire de Chantilly, en ce qui concerne la mort de Job, la présence d’un transi poignant une flèche, qui est absent de notre miniature. Ou bien en ce qui concerne Job sur son fumier, l’ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure [Paris, France]
2018-03-06 02:44:00
Guillelmus Caoursin:
Ulm Johann Reger 24 Oktober (Typ 3), 1496. Einspaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einem ganzseitigen Holzschnitt und 8-zeiligem Text auf der Rückseite. Festes Papier. Reste von zwei Papiermontagestreifen. Blatt im unteren Rand mit kleiner Fehlstelle. Sauberer klarer Holzschnittabdruck. Blattgröße: 19,2 x 27,4 cm. Dem Originalblatt liegt ein vollständiger Reprint des gesammten Werkes bei. - - - Seltener Druck der "historiae". Johann Reger druckte lediglich 20 Bücher und 20 Einblattdrucke (Amelung 1979, 305 ff.). Die "Historiae" schildert die Ereignisse zwischen 1480 und 1489, die sich bei der Belagerung von Rhodos durch die Türken zugetragen haben. Guillaume Caoursin hatte die Belagerung von 1480 und die Führung der Abwehr durch den Großmeister Pierre de Aubusson, als Augenzeuge selbst miterlebt. Das Werk beinhaltet unter anderem auch die Geschichte des Sultanssohnes Dschem - Sultan (de casu Regis Zyzymy) (vgl. Amelung 1979, 351). Der ganzseitige Holzschnitt (HS) ist einer von 35 HS des 60-blättrigen Werkes.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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2018-03-06 02:44:00
Guillelmus Caoursin:
Ulm Johann Reger 24 Oktober (Typ 3), 1496. Einspaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einem ganzseitigen Holzschnitt, einem 47-zeiligen Text auf der Rückseite und einer 3-zeiligen Holzschnitt-Lombarde. Festes Papier. Reste zweier Papiermontagestreifen. Sauberer klarer Holzschnittabdruck. Wasserzeichen: Ochsenkopf mit Standarte und Buchstabe 'M'. Blattgröße: 19,2 x 27,4 cm. Dem Originalblatt liegt ein vollständiger Reprint des gesammten Werkes bei. - - - Seltener Druck der "historiae". Johann Reger druckte lediglich 20 Bücher und 20 Einblattdrucke (Amelung 1979, 305 ff.). Die "Historiae" schildert die Ereignisse zwischen 1480 und 1489, die sich bei der Belagerung von Rhodos durch die Türken zugetragen haben. Guillaume Caoursin hatte die Belagerung von 1480 und die Führung der Abwehr durch den Großmeister Pierre de Aubusson, als Augenzeuge selbst miterlebt. Das Werk beinhaltet unter anderem auch die Geschichte des Sultanssohnes Dschem - Sultan (de casu Regis Zyzymy) (vgl. Amelung 1979, 351). Der ganzseitige Holzschnitt (HS) ist einer von 35 HS des 60-blättrigen Werkes. Das Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart führt das Wasserzeichen in seinem Bestand J 340 unter der Bezeichnung 'Piccard Nr. 071931'.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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2018-03-06 02:43:59
Guillelmus Caoursin:
Ulm Johann Reger 24 Oktober (Typ 3), 1496. Einspaltiges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einem ganzseitigen Holzschnitt, einem 6-zeiligen Text auf der Rückseite und rotgestrichenen Majuskeln. Festes Papier. Reste zweier Papiermontagestreifen. Sauberer klarer Holzschnittabdruck. Wasserzeichen: Ochsenkopf mit Standarte mit dem Buchstaben 'M'. Blattgröße: 19,9 x 27,1 cm. Dem Originalblatt liegt ein vollständiger Reprint des gesammten Werkes bei. - - - Seltener Druck der "historiae". Johann Reger druckte lediglich 20 Bücher und 20 Einblattdrucke (Amelung 1979, 305 ff.). Die "Historiae" schildert die Ereignisse zwischen 1480 und 1489, die sich bei der Belagerung von Rhodos durch die Türken zugetragen haben. Guillaume Caoursin hatte die Belagerung von 1480 und die Führung der Abwehr durch den Großmeister Pierre de Aubusson, als Augenzeuge selbst miterlebt. Das Werk beinhaltet unter anderem auch die Geschichte des Sultanssohnes Dschem - Sultan (de casu Regis Zyzymy) (vgl. Amelung 1979, 351). Der ganzseitige Holzschnitt (HS) ist einer von 35 HS des 60-blättrigen Werkes. Das Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart führt das Wasserzeichen in seinem Bestand J 340 unter der Bezeichnung 'Piccard Nr. 071931'.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
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2018-02-01 00:34:13
Brant, Sebastian; Polonus, Martinus
1496. 1508 & 1496. 2 titles Contemporary chained binding. Early Printings (1508, c.1496) of Two Classic Fifteenth-Century Textbooks in a Volume with Original Hasp of Chained Binding Brant, Sebastian [1458-1521]. [Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista (c. 1420-1496)]. Expositiones Sive Declaratio[n]es Omniu[m] Tituloru[m] Iuris tam Civilis Q[ua]m Canonici. De Modo Studendi in Utro[que] Jure; Cu[m] No[t]ibu[s] Omniu[m] Scribe[n]tiu[m] in Iure. [Basel: Jakob von Pforzheim (for Jakob Wollf), 1 February 1508]. 168 ff. Collation: A-S8, T4, V-X6, Y8. [Bound with] [Polonus, Martinus (d.1278)]. [Brant, Sebastian, Editor]. Margarita Decretaliu[m]. [Basel: Nicolaus Kesler, c. 1496]. [56] ff. Text in parallel columns. 46-line text. Collation: a8, b-h6, i8. Quarto 8-1/2" x 6-1/4" (21.5 x 16 cm). Contemporary quarter pigskin with elaborate blind tooling over wooden boards with (later?) pigskin clasp with bronze buckle, original iron hasp for chain to top-edge of rear board, raised bands and "Basilae 1508" in early hand to spine, contemporary hand-lettered vellum title panel affixed to front board large calligraphic letter L directly above it, thumb tabs to fore-edges of title pages. Light soiling to pigskin, spine ends bumped, a few minor wormholes to boards. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampstaining to final ten leaves of Margarita, later calligraphic flourish and "1508" to title page of Expositiones. A handsome volume with a rare example of an early library security measure. $20,000. * Remembered today as the author of the moral and satirical Narrenschiff (The Shi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-01-29 20:48:33
ERFURT:
Holzschnitt b. Schönsberger, 1496, 10,5 x 19,3 Fauser, Nr. 3680. - Blatt dem sogenannten kleinen Schedel, der viel seltener ist, als die große Ausgabe.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2018-01-21 14:32:56
CICERO M.T.
(Philippus Pincius), 1496. Cm. 30 x 20,5, cc. 157. Legatura in mezza pelle e piatti in cartonato (1500 ca.). Esemplare con tracce d'uso esterno, forellini al punta di spillo che interessante le prime 10/15 carte ed alcuno altri fori di tarlo marginali (senza interessare il testo scritto). Complessivamente esemplare in discreto stato di conservazione. Manca l'ultima carta (bianca). Cfr. Goff C, 610.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [IT]
2018-01-17 03:32:02
FREGOSO Battista (1440-1504)
Pachel, 1496. in-4, ff. 79 su 80 n.n. (manca l'ultimo bianco). Legatura coeva in pergamena con unghie, titolo ms. al dorso. Al verso del titolo grande legno a p. pagina (mm 169x116) raffigurante sulla sinistra l'a., con un'armatura da cavaliere, in atto di scrivere la sua opera, che evidentemente trae spunto dalla complessa visione che sta osservando. Sulla destra quattro donne, che rappresentano, come si legge sui loro abiti, inopia, utopia, derisio e luctus; sullo sfondo, legato ad un albero, Amore, sulla sua sinistra un diavolo, "mors aeterna", e sulla destra uno scheletro che esce da una bara, "inmatura". Dall'albero si dipartono cartigli con scritte: matrimonium, oratio, negotia e abstinencia. Iniziali vegetali, testo in carattere romano; precede l'opera un avviso al lettore dell'a. Prima rara edizione di questo trattato in volgare scritto dall'umanista Battista Fregoso, doge di Genova dal 1478 al 1483. L'Anteros, è una condanna in forma di dialogo dell'amore, sul modello del "Dialogus de Amore" di Bartolomeo Platina, stampato per la prima volta a Milano da A. Zaroto nel 1481. Il dialogo è tra il Fregoso e il letterato milanese Piattino Piatti, al quale è affidato il compito di sviluppare le tematiche principali. Nel primo libro si svelano gli aspetti devastanti dell'amore; nel secondo si discute della bellezza e dei rimedi contro l'innamoramento, indicando nell'amore coniugale quello positivo. Ottimo esemplare, estremamente fresco, di incunabulo assai raro.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-01-03 15:35:50
Sforza, Ludovico und Gian Galeazzo Sforza, Mailand, Milano -:
Mailand, 6. Oktober, 1496. - circa 57 x 35,5 cm. 1 Blatt mehrfach gefaltet Lateinische Pergamenturkunde im Namen von Ludovico Maria Sforza (gen. Il Moro, 1452-1508), von 1494 bis 1500 Herzog von Mailand. Hier die amtliche Bestätigung einer Obliagtion des Giovanni Galeazzo Maria Sforza (1469-1494), der von 1476 bis 1494 nominell der 6. Herzog von Mailand war, jedoch wegen seiner Jugend nicht selbst regierte. Die Geschäfte führte seine Mutter Bona von Savoyen, und ab 1481 sein Onkel Ludovico Sforza, der seinen Neffen verdrängte und die Herrschaft faktisch an sich riss. - Aus einer bedeutenden Thüringer Autographensammlung, in eigenhändig beschrifteter Sammlermappe mit kurzen Angaben zum Inhalt und Kaufvermerk: am 4. I. 1926 bei Charavay in Paris. "- Autograph, Handschrift, Manuskript. - Gut erhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-12-29 09:01:32
Petrarca, Francesco [i.e., Petrarch].
[Impressis Basileae: Per Magistrum Ioannem de Amerbach, 1496]. Folio (28.3 cm, 11"). [22] ff. (only, of [389]). Clearly this fragment, containing all of Petrarch's "Bucolicum Carmen," was salvaged from a water-damaged copy of the 1496 Amerbach printing of Latin selections of the great Humanist poet's works. The entire volume was probably edited by => Sebastian Brant, as may be deduced from the ten Latin distichs entitled "De Commendation impressionis Francisci Petrarchae elogiu[m] Sebastiani Brant."    The "Bucolicum Carmen" is a poem composed of 12 eclogues, each dealing with a different topic. Complete in itself here, and beginning with a "title-page," its text is printed in roman type. A scribe has supplied an elaborate 5-line blue initial "M" with elaborate red in-fill and tracery in the margin of the first text page. He supplied all other (typically 3-line) initials in red or blue, and he has accented the first letter of every line with red, supplying red and blue paragraph symbols.    Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Hain, Repertorium, 12749; Proctor 7608; British Museum, III, 757 (IB. 37387); Goff P-365. Recent limp vellum, housed in a linen-covered clamshell case with a paper spine label; undeciphered ownership inscription dated 1618 on first leaf. Some old damp damage to all margins (including the gutter) on all leaves, repaired but with variable light brown waterstaining visible in those areas "framing" the pages. A few small pin-type wormholes, occasionally in text but not costing letter … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PR [US]
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2017-12-23 22:37:51
Brant, Sebastian; Polonus, Martinus
1496. 1508 & 1496. 2 titles Contemporary chained binding. 1508 & 1496. 2 titles Contemporary chained binding. Early Printings (1508, c.1496) of Two Classic Fifteenth-Century Textbooks in a Volume with Original Hasp of Chained Binding Brant, Sebastian [1458-1521]. [Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista (c. 1420-1496)]. Expositiones Sive Declaratio[n]es Omniu[m] Tituloru[m] Iuris tam Civilis Q[ua]m Canonici. De Modo Studendi in Utro[que] Jure; Cu[m] No[t]ibu[s] Omniu[m] Scribe[n]tiu[m] in Iure. [Basel: Jakob von Pforzheim (for Jakob Wollf), 1 February 1508]. 168 ff. Collation: A-S8, T4, V-X6, Y8. [Bound with] [Polonus, Martinus (d.1278)]. [Brant, Sebastian, Editor]. Margarita Decretaliu[m]. [Basel: Nicolaus Kesler, c. 1496]. [56] ff. Text in parallel columns. 46-line text. Collation: a8, b-h6, i8. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6-1/4"). Contemporary quarter pigskin with elaborate blind tooling over wooden boards with (later?) pigskin clasp with bronze buckle, original iron hasp for chain to top-edge of rear board, raised bands and "Basilae 1508" in early hand to spine, contemporary hand-lettered vellum title panel affixed to front board large calligraphic letter L directly above it, thumb tabs to fore-edges of title pages. Light soiling to pigskin, spine ends bumped, a few minor wormholes to boards. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampstaining to final ten leaves of Margarita, later calligraphic flourish and "1508" to title page of Expositiones. A handsome volume with a rare example of an early library security measure. $20,000. * Remembered today as the author of the mo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-12-23 22:37:51
Brant, Sebastian; Polonus, Martinus
1496. 1508 & 1496. 2 titles Contemporary chained binding. Early Printings (1508, c.1496) of Two Classic Fifteenth-Century Textbooks in a Volume with Original Hasp of Chained Binding Brant, Sebastian [1458-1521]. [Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista (c. 1420-1496)]. Expositiones Sive Declaratio[n]es Omniu[m] Tituloru[m] Iuris tam Civilis Q[ua]m Canonici. De Modo Studendi in Utro[que] Jure; Cu[m] No[t]ibu[s] Omniu[m] Scribe[n]tiu[m] in Iure. [Basel: Jakob von Pforzheim (for Jakob Wollf), 1 February 1508]. 168 ff. Collation: A-S8, T4, V-X6, Y8. [Bound with] [Polonus, Martinus (d.1278)]. [Brant, Sebastian, Editor]. Margarita Decretaliu[m]. [Basel: Nicolaus Kesler, c. 1496]. [56] ff. Text in parallel columns. 46-line text. Collation: a8, b-h6, i8. Quarto 8-1/2" x 6-1/4" (21.5 x 16 cm). Contemporary quarter pigskin with elaborate blind tooling over wooden boards with (later?) pigskin clasp with bronze buckle, original iron hasp for chain to top-edge of rear board, raised bands and "Basilae 1508" in early hand to spine, contemporary hand-lettered vellum title panel affixed to front board large calligraphic letter L directly above it, thumb tabs to fore-edges of title pages. Light soiling to pigskin, spine ends bumped, a few minor wormholes to boards. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampstaining to final ten leaves of Margarita, later calligraphic flourish and "1508" to title page of Expositiones. A handsome volume with a rare example of an early library security measure. $20,000. * Remembered today as the author of the moral and satirical Narrenschiff (The Shi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-12-22 16:29:39
Brant, Sebastian; Polonus, Martinus
1496. 1508 & 1496. 2 titles Contemporary chained binding. Early Printings (1508, c.1496) of Two Classic Fifteenth-Century Textbooks in a Volume with Original Hasp of Chained Binding Brant, Sebastian [1458-1521]. [Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista (c. 1420-1496)]. Expositiones Sive Declaratio[n]es Omniu[m] Tituloru[m] Iuris tam Civilis Q[ua]m Canonici. De Modo Studendi in Utro[que] Jure; Cu[m] No[t]ibu[s] Omniu[m] Scribe[n]tiu[m] in Iure. [Basel: Jakob von Pforzheim (for Jakob Wollf), 1 February 1508]. 168 ff. Collation: A-S8, T4, V-X6, Y8. [Bound with] [Polonus, Martinus (d.1278)]. [Brant, Sebastian, Editor]. Margarita Decretaliu[m]. [Basel: Nicolaus Kesler, c. 1496]. [56] ff. Text in parallel columns. 46-line text. Collation: a8, b-h6, i8. Quarto 8-1/2" x 6-1/4" (21.5 x 16 cm). Contemporary quarter pigskin with elaborate blind tooling over wooden boards with (later?) pigskin clasp with bronze buckle, original iron hasp for chain to top-edge of rear board, raised bands and "Basilae 1508" in early hand to spine, contemporary hand-lettered vellum title panel affixed to front board large calligraphic letter L directly above it, thumb tabs to fore-edges of title pages. Light soiling to pigskin, spine ends bumped, a few minor wormholes to boards. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampstaining to final ten leaves of Margarita, later calligraphic flourish and "1508" to title page of Expositiones. A handsome volume with a rare example of an early library security measure. $20,000. * Remembered today as the author of the moral and satirical Narrenschiff (The Shi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-12-22 16:29:39
Brant, Sebastian; Polonus, Martinus
1496 - 1508 & 1496. 2 titles Contemporary chained binding. Early Printings (1508, c.1496) of Two Classic Fifteenth-Century Textbooks in a Volume with Original Hasp of Chained Binding Brant, Sebastian [1458-1521]. [Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista (c. 1420-1496)]. Expositiones Sive Declaratio[n]es Omniu[m] Tituloru[m] Iuris tam Civilis Q[ua]m Canonici. De Modo Studendi in Utro[que] Jure; Cu[m] No[t]ibu[s] Omniu[m] Scribe[n]tiu[m] in Iure. [Basel: Jakob von Pforzheim (for Jakob Wollf), 1 February 1508]. 168 ff. Collation: A-S8, T4, V-X6, Y8. [Bound with] [Polonus, Martinus (d.1278)]. [Brant, Sebastian, Editor]. Margarita Decretaliu[m]. [Basel: Nicolaus Kesler, c. 1496]. [56] ff. Text in parallel columns. 46-line text. Collation: a8, b-h6, i8. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6-1/4"). Contemporary quarter pigskin with elaborate blind tooling over wooden boards with (later?) pigskin clasp with bronze buckle, original iron hasp for chain to top-edge of rear board, raised bands and "Basilae 1508" in early hand to spine, contemporary hand-lettered vellum title panel affixed to front board large calligraphic letter L directly above it, thumb tabs to fore-edges of title pages. Light soiling to pigskin, spine ends bumped, a few minor wormholes to boards. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampstaining to final ten leaves of Margarita, later calligraphic flourish and "1508" to title page of Expositiones. A handsome volume with a rare example of an early library security measure. $20,000. * Remembered today as the author of the moral and satirical Narrenschiff (The Ship of Fools), … [Click Below for Full Description]
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Brant, Sebastian; Polonus, Martinus
, 1496. 1496. 1508 & 1496. 2 titles Contemporary chained binding. 1508 & 1496. 2 titles Contemporary chained binding. Early Printings (1508, c.1496) of Two Classic Fifteenth-Century Textbooks in a Volume with Original Hasp of Chained Binding Brant, Sebastian [1458-1521]. [Caccialupi, Giovanni Battista (c. 1420-1496)]. Expositiones Sive Declaratio[n]es Omniu[m] Tituloru[m] Iuris tam Civilis Q[ua]m Canonici. De Modo Studendi in Utro[que] Jure; Cu[m] No[t]ibu[s] Omniu[m] Scribe[n]tiu[m] in Iure. [Basel: Jakob von Pforzheim (for Jakob Wollf), 1 February 1508]. 168 ff. Collation: A-S8, T4, V-X6, Y8. [Bound with] [Polonus, Martinus (d.1278)]. [Brant, Sebastian, Editor]. Margarita Decretaliu[m]. [Basel: Nicolaus Kesler, c. 1496]. [56] ff. Text in parallel columns. 46-line text. Collation: a8, b-h6, i8. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6-1/4"). Contemporary quarter pigskin with elaborate blind tooling over wooden boards with (later?) pigskin clasp with bronze buckle, original iron hasp for chain to top-edge of rear board, raised bands and "Basilae 1508" in early hand to spine, contemporary hand-lettered vellum title panel affixed to front board large calligraphic letter L directly above it, thumb tabs to fore-edges of title pages. Light soiling to pigskin, spine ends bumped, a few minor wormholes to boards. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampstaining to final ten leaves of Margarita, later calligraphic flourish and "1508" to title page of Expositiones. A handsome volume with a rare example of an early library security measure. $20,000. * Remembered today as the author … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-11-22 19:31:53
BENIVIENI, Domenico.
nella città di Firenze. (Al verso del f.50 ultimo:) Impresso in Firenze per Ser Francesco Bonaccorsi A di xxviii di Maggio M.CCCCLXXXXVI. (1496). in-4 (202x132 mm.). ff.50 nn., segn. a-e8, f6, g4, caratt. rom., due stupende silografie, delle quali una di eccezionale qualità a piena pagina, 16 capilettera ornati, impresa dello stampatore sull'ultima pag. Legatura d'amatore in marocchino violetto, dorso a nervetti, dentelle interna e tagli dorati. Le due figure sono: recto f.1 "Dom. Benivieni difende Savonarola discutendo con sette uomini religiosi e laici" (mm 98x75); a f.43 verso grandiosa figura a piena pagina, assai animata "la rigenerazione del mondo ad opera di Gesù Cristo" che illustra una visione avuta dal Frate, con Roma, Firenze e Gerusalemme sullo sfondo (mm 179x126). Prima ed unica edizione, di grande rarità, di questo trattato pubblicato alla ripresa della predicazione del Savonarola, già accusato di eresia e di pazzia. Lo straordinario legno a piena pagina, utilizzato qui per l'unica volta, è attribuito alla mano di Sandro Botticelli, per vari elementi stilistici nonché per la sua complessa struttura compositiva a sviluppo circolare; "stupefacente nella sua concezione" lo definisce Samek Ludovici; mentre Sander ''de grande valeur artistique et une des compositions graphiques des plus grandioses de la Renaissance.'' Bell'esemplare con illustri provenienze: timbretto di Otto Schafer ed ex-libris di Dyson Perrins e di Huth.. HC 2784; BMC VI, 675 (IA. 27632); GW 3849; IGI 1480; Pellechet 2044; Polain(B) 556; Sander 896; Goff B-327..
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2017-11-22 18:04:54
Antoninus, Saint, Archbishop of Florence.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-11-17 15:15:27
Augsburg, Schönsperger, 1496 - Ganze Buchseite aus der 1496 vom Verlag Schönberger in Augsburg gedruckten verkleinerten Ausgabe der Schedelschen Weltchronik von 1493. - Mit schöner Fantasieansicht einer preußischen Stadt. - Gebräunt, im Rand etw. fleckig. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 Ca. 8,5 cm x 14 cm (Bildfläche); ca. 27 cm x 19 cm (ganze Buchseite).
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2017-10-28 10:36:23
Pius II., Papst (Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini):
Nürnberg, Anton Koberger, 17. Mai 1496. - 42 Zl. 348 unnum. Bll. Holzdeckelband zur Hälfte mit braunem blindgeprägtem Lederbezug u. zwei Schließen. 23 x 17 cm. GW M33699; Hain/Cop. 156; BMC II, 442; Pr. 2107; Goff P 720; BSB-Ink P 523; IGI 7778 u. Corr.; Oates 1040 u. 1041; Pell. 95; Polain 3179; Voull., Bln. 1762. - Noch relativ frühe Ausgabe der erstmals 1473 erschienenen vertraulichen Briefe des bedeutenden Humanisten, von besonderem Interesse sind die auf Böhmen, Ungarn, Polen und die Türkei bezüglichen Schreiben (vgl. Apponyi I, 9: De puerorum educatione an König Ladislaus). - Schließbänder erneuert. Das Leder gering beschabt, die Holzdecken etwas wurmspurig. Vorsätze erneuert. Einige Bll. mit kl. Wurmspuren im breiten weißen Rand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2017-10-28 04:57:26
APOLLONIUS RHODIUS.
Florence: [Laurentius (Francisci) de Alopa, Venetus,] 1496. Median quarto (232 x 164 mm). Bound in the third quarter of the 19th century by Francis Bedford (his name in gilt at the foot of the front turn-in) in reddish-brown crushed goatskin, spine divided in six compartments by raised bands, gilt-lettered in two compartments, the others with gilt devices, sides with frames formed of gilt and thick-and-thin blind rules, gilt centrepieces, turn-ins ruled in gilt and in blind, gilt edges (spine a little faded; extremities rubbed). Housed in a burgundy flat-back cloth box. Greek marginalia in an early hand in six places; the publication date added in arabic numerals in ink at the foot of the final text leaf; an excellent copy, well-margined, clean and fresh. 172 leaves, including the final blank. Greek types 114 (two sets of capitals designed by Laskaris, one large for headings and initials letters, one small for the text). Commentary (10-33 lines) in miniscule surrounding text (3-31 lines) in majuscule. Editio princeps. A remarkable presentation copy, inscribed on the verso of the final blank from the Greek scholar Robert Pember to his friend and student Roger Ascham: "R. Pemberi hunc librum dono dedit Rogero Aschamo testi magistro Fitzerbert et multis aliis." The presentation inscription brings together three of the outstanding figures in the early years of Greek scholarship in Tudor England: Robert Pember, Hugh Fitzherbert, and Roger Ascham (1514/15-1568), author of Toxophilus and The Scholemaster. In 1530, at fifteen, Ascham matriculated at the University of Cambridge and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-28 04:40:29
South German Engraver / William Young OTTLEY (1771 – 1836).
[circa & circa 1820]. 13 etchings, mounted on 3 sheets of 19th century paper (Very good, light stains of glue in the corners, small traces of old in the corners on the back, some tiny solds in corners, card no I with tiny tears and a tiny loss of image), cards, each: 12,3 x 6,2 cm (4.8 x 2.4 inches), paper: 30,5 x 22 cm (12 x 8.7 inches). This unique set of 13 etched cards is a proof state for reissued late 15th century card deck, printed around 1820 by a British collector, artist and keeper of the print collection in the British Museum William Young Ottley. A set of 13 eched cards is printed on different types of hand and machine made paper and presents three suits: Clubs, Cups and Swords, all additionally decorated with zoomorphic decoration and botanical forms. The cards are mounted to 3 sheets of 19th century paper with upper margins. This set was made as a proof to test different types of paper for the illustrations in the publication A Collection of One Hundred and Twenty-Nine Facsimiles of Scarce and Curious Prints by the Early Masters of the Italian, German and Flemish Schools by William Young Ottley (1771-1836). William Young Ottley (1771 – 1836) was an English collector, amateur artist, and Keeper of the Department of Prints and Drawings at the British Museum. He was a specialist for 14th- and 15th-century old masters, mostly Italian. In the early 19th century he published numerous books of art, which also included high quality illustrations, printed from copper plates, prepared by Ottley personally. This is a series of 13 etchings, Ottley copied after a set of pl … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-22 16:12:30
Augsburg, Schönsperger, 1496 - Ganze Buchseite aus der 1496 vom Verlag Schönberger in Augsburg gedruckten verkleinerten Ausgabe der Schedelschen Weltchronik von 1493. - Mit schöner Gesamtansicht von Trier. - Gebräunt und etw. braunfleckig. Buchseite mit einigen kl. Randeinrissen und geringen Abrissen am unteren inneren Randund der unteren äußeren Blattecke. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 Ca. 8,5 cm x 14 cm (Bildfläche); ca. 19 cm x 27 cm (ganze Buchseite).
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2017-10-22 16:12:30
Augsburg, Schönsperger, 1496 - Ganze Buchseite aus der 1496 vom Verlag Schönberger in Augsburg gedruckten verkleinerten Ausgabe der Schedelschen Weltchronik von 1493. - Mit schöner Gesamtansicht von Lübeck. - Gebräunt (Stadtansicht). Auf Japanpapier aufgezogen. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 Ca. 8,5 cm x 19 cm (Bildfläche); ca. 27 cm x 19,5 cm (ganze Buchseite).
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2017-10-22 16:12:30
Augsburg, Schönsperger, 1496 - Ganze Buchseite aus der 1496 vom Verlag Schönberger in Augsburg gedruckten verkleinerten Ausgabe der Schedelschen Weltchronik von 1493. - Mit schöner Gesamtansicht von Erfurt. - Gebräunt. Linker Blattrand (bis in den Bildrand) knapp beschnitten. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0 Ca. 10 cm x 19,5 cm (Bildfläche); ca. 27 cm x 20 cm (ganze Buchseite).
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2017-10-16 14:15:39
SPIRITO Lorenzo
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 14:15:39
SPIRITO Lorenzo
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2017-10-16 13:57:20
South German Engraver / William Young OTTLEY (1771 – 1836).
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2017-10-16 13:44:36
BEROALDUS, Philippus (editor), [FRONTIUS, Sextus; VEGETIUS, Flavius; AELIANUS; MODESTUS]
Bologna: Franciscus Plato de Benedictis, 1496. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (281 x 177 mm). [98] leaves. Signatures: AA-EE6 FF4 GG-MM6 N4 O6 PP-RR6. First two tracts have own colophons dated 1495. Roman letter, 37 lines, capital spaces with guide letters, printer's device at end of first part and after final colophon, register leaf at rear, 34 diagrams consisting of type arrangements depicting tactical formations. Bound in a fine 19th-century blue morocco with gilt-lettered and gilt-decoated spine, gilt crest of a lion and crown to upper cover and monogram JS to lower cover (boards and extremities rubbed, corners slightly bumped). Some old ink marginalia in red ink towards rear, scattered minor spotting, slight staining to blank upper margin of first few leaves, a few minor wormholes to early leaves. Provenance: Michael Tomkinson (monogram bookplate to front pastedown); Sotheby's sale, London, 7 July 1922, lot 1892; Kenneth Tomkinson Collection*. A fine copy, printed on strong paper and with deep impressions of the type. ---- Copinger 5330, 2594; BMC VI, 828; Proctor 6607; Goff S-345; Klebs 903.3; Pellechet 4933. - THE SECOND EDITION of the collection of works on Roman military systems by the ancient Roman writers, traditionally known as Scriptores rei militaris (military writers). Based on Sulpitius Silber's edition of 1487, Filippo Beroaldo rearranged the order of appearance of the texts. Beroaldo claims, in his letter on leaf 2A1 verso, to have edited all four tracts, but they are actually just reprints from the first edition. Vegetius' De re … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-16 13:40:38
LILIUS ZACHARIA.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-16 13:35:49
FREGOSO Battista (1440-1504)
Pachel, 1496. in-4, ff. 79 su 80 n.n. (manca l'ultimo bianco). Legatura coeva in pergamena con unghie, titolo ms. al dorso. Al verso del titolo grande legno a p. pagina (mm 169x116) raffigurante sulla sinistra l'a., con un'armatura da cavaliere, in atto di scrivere la sua opera, che evidentemente trae spunto dalla complessa visione che sta osservando. Sulla destra quattro donne, che rappresentano, come si legge sui loro abiti, inopia, utopia, derisio e luctus; sullo sfondo, legato ad un albero, Amore, sulla sua sinistra un diavolo, "mors aeterna", e sulla destra uno scheletro che esce da una bara, "inmatura". Dall'albero si dipartono cartigli con scritte: matrimonium, oratio, negotia e abstinencia. Iniziali vegetali, testo in carattere romano; precede l'opera un avviso al lettore dell'a. Prima rara edizione di questo trattato in volgare scritto dall'umanista Battista Fregoso, doge di Genova dal 1478 al 1483. L'Anteros, è una condanna in forma di dialogo dell'amore, sul modello del "Dialogus de Amore" di Bartolomeo Platina, stampato per la prima volta a Milano da A. Zaroto nel 1481. Il dialogo è tra il Fregoso e il letterato milanese Piattino Piatti, al quale è affidato il compito di sviluppare le tematiche principali. Nel primo libro si svelano gli aspetti devastanti dell'amore; nel secondo si discute della bellezza e dei rimedi contro l'innamoramento, indicando nell'amore coniugale quello positivo. Ottimo esemplare, estremamente fresco, di incunabulo assai raro.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-16 13:02:26
Pius II., Papst (Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
2017-10-16 13:02:26
Pius II., Papst (Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini):
Nürnberg, Anton Koberger, 17. Mai 1496. 42 Zl. 348 unnum. Bll. Holzdeckelband zur Hälfte mit braunem blindgeprägtem Lederbezug u. zwei Schließen. 23 x 17 cm. GW M33699; Hain/Cop. 156; BMC II, 442; Pr. 2107; Goff P 720; BSB-Ink P 523; IGI 7778 u. Corr.; Oates 1040 u. 1041; Pell. 95; Polain 3179; Voull., Bln. 1762. - Noch relativ frühe Ausgabe der erstmals 1473 erschienenen vertraulichen Briefe des bedeutenden Humanisten, von besonderem Interesse sind die auf Böhmen, Ungarn, Polen und die Türkei bezüglichen Schreiben (vgl. Apponyi I, 9: De puerorum educatione an König Ladislaus). - Schließbänder erneuert. Das Leder gering beschabt, die Holzdecken etwas wurmspurig. Vorsätze erneuert. Einige Bll. mit kl. Wurmspuren im breiten weißen Rand. - - - BITTE UM BEACHTUNG: AUSLIEFERUNG BESTELLTER BÜCHER KANN BETRIEBSBEDINGT ERST AB 14.02.2018 GESCHEHEN!!! - - - PLEASE NOTE: ORDERED BOOKS WILL BE SHIPPED NOT BEFORE 14/02/2018 !!! Bücher la
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2017-10-16 13:02:26
Pius II., Papst (Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini):
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
2017-10-16 12:42:45
Hennegau / Hainault].
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2017-10-16 11:34:18
Antoninus, Saint, Archbishop of Florence.
Johannem {Reinhard} Grüninger, 1496. "The Summa Theologica (1477), more properly the Summa Moralis, is the work upon which [St. Antoninus's] theological fame chiefly rests . . . [it] is probably the first -- certainly the most comprehensive -- treatment from a practical point of view of Christian ethics, asceticism, and sociology in the Middle Ages" (NCE, I, 647). After his ordination in 1413 (at Cortona, where he was sent for the Dominican novitiate along with artists Fra Angelico and Fra Bartolommeo!), Antoninus (1389-1459) swiftly attained prominence in the Church; returning to his native Florence, he consecrated the Convent of San Marco in 1443 and was appointed Archbishop of that city just a few years later. A great yet humble reformer whose writings were widely published even in the incunable period, Antoninus was => hailed as a Doctor of the Church in the bull for his canonization. The Summa, completed shortly before his death, is divided into four parts: the first is concerned with the soul and its faculties, passions, sin, and law; the second addresses different types of sin and redress; the third considers various states and professions in life, with treatises on ecclesiastical offices and censures; and the fourth contemplates the cardinal virtues, religious morals, and gifts of the Holy Spirit. Although the text draws heavily on earlier theological works by St. Thomas Aquinas, among others, it is regarded as => "a new and very considerable development in moral theology" (NCE online), and it contains => a wealth of matter for the student of 15th-century histor … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:34:16
Thomas von Aquin:
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2017-10-16 11:34:16
Thomas von Aquin:
Nürnberg, Koberger, 15.I.1496. 194 (letztes leer), 188 (letztes leer), 247 Bl. Mit drei goldgehöhten Initialen, rot eingemalten Initialen (manche auch blau) und durchgehend in Rot rubriziert. 2° (31x21 cm). Kalbslederbände d. Z. auf Holzdeckeln, 3 Bünde, reiche Blindprägung, Messingseck- und -mittelstücke, Schließen. Zweispaltiger Druck in 62 Zeilen und mit gotischer Type. 3 Eckbeschläge und 3 Schließen fehlen; etwas berieben; Fehlstellen auf Deckel und an den Rücken professionell restauriert; 1 Rücken erneuert; hs. Bandbezeichnung auf dem Vorderschnitt. Ränder teils gebräunt und etwas fleckig; im Bug mit Feuchtigkeitsrand; teils kleine Wurmlöcher, einige alte Anmerkungen und Unterstreichungen. Trotz der Mängel ein beeindruckendes Exemplar durch die gotische Blindprägung mit Streicheisen, Roll- und Plattenstempel. Thomas konnte das Werk mit seinem dritten Teil, der hier nicht vorhanden ist, nicht vollenden. GW M 46440; ISTC it 00196000. LA
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2017-10-16 11:34:16
Thomas von Aquin
Nürnberg, Koberger, 15.I, 1496. 194 (letztes leer), 188 (letztes leer), 247 Bl.. Mit drei goldgehöhten Initialen, rot eingemalten Initialen (manche auch blau) und durchgehend in Rot rubriziert. 2° (31x21 cm). Kalbslederbände d. Z. auf Holzdeckeln, 3 Bünde, reiche Blindprägung, Messingseck- und -mittelstücke, Schließen. Zweispaltiger Druck in 62 Zeilen und mit gotischer Type. 3 Eckbeschläge und 3 Schließen fehlen; etwas berieben; Fehlstellen auf Deckel und an den Rücken professionell restauriert; 1 Rücken erneuert; hs. Bandbezeichnung auf dem Vorderschnitt. Ränder teils gebräunt und etwas fleckig; im Bug mit Feuchtigkeitsrand; teils kleine Wurmlöcher, einige alte Anmerkungen und Unterstreichungen. Trotz der Mängel ein beeindruckendes Exemplar durch die gotische Blindprägung mit Streicheisen, Roll- und Plattenstempel. Thomas konnte das Werk mit seinem dritten Teil, der hier nicht vorhanden ist, nicht vollenden. GW M 46440; ISTC it 00196000.
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2017-10-16 11:31:33
APOLLONIUS RHODIUS.
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2017-10-16 11:30:03
BERNARD de GORDON
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2017-10-16 11:06:48
APOLLONIUS RHODIUS.
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2017-10-15 02:25:10
HIERONYMUS SANCTUS.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-07 16:46:38
- (Rome) [French and Latin]. Illustrated with elaborate metalcut title page; 16 full-page metalcut illustrations; each page with elaborate border and hand-colored rubrications. Printed on paper. 4to. Contemporary decorated leather binding. The exact same binding as the copy in the Vatican Library. Paris: Philippe Pigouchet, for Simon Vostre, 20 Aug. 1496. Very rare copy on paper, possibly rubricated by the same rubricator as the Vatican copy, which is incomplete. Only a total of 5 paper copies are known, and 3 are incomplete. There are no paper copies in the United States, only one vellum copy and one fragment. This copy lacking leaves b1 and b3. (Goff H379; HCR 8851; Boh (1924) 593-594; Lacombe 36; Pell Ms 5908 (5895); Neveu 327; Torchet 446; Delisle 911; IGI 4843; IBE 2964; Martín Abad H-50; Pr 8187; BMC VIII 116; GW 13249) Binding scuffed; some very slight foxing and staining to a few pages, title page and first page a little more marked, as usual; o/w a very nice copy of a beautifully printed Paris edition. This was the beginning of the Golden Age of French printing, and this Book of Hours is a wonderful example. Rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: George Robert Minkoff, Inc., ABAA [U.S.A.]
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